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Books that are thoroughly wet. Do not attempt to open the book. Do not attempt to fan the leaves. Do not remove the covers. Place the book in a closed position (with boards slightly open) on its head on sheets of absorbent paper. To permit water to drain efficiently, place small pieces of binder's board at the fore-edge. Place absorbent sheets of paper between the text block and the binding. Change the paper on the table when it becomes wet. If the book is placed in a moving current of air, it should soon dry to the point at which it may be opened for the next step.
Glad to hear. You got lucky there though. I would not like to live too close in height to a river because of high risks of flooding. At least in my area it would take about 5-6 inches of rain in just an hour maybe to generate a minor flash flood due to sewers not keeping up, and that's it. We probably have more chances to be hit by a small earthquake than that happening, though.
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