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M. Fontaine's Establishment

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87 pages1 hour

Summary

Toward the northern end of Courtney Street, in New York City, one can find--or could find in years gone by--the antique shop run by Monsieur Andre Fontaine. From the street it was an innocent-looking establishment. But the room behind the shop was given over to a business far less prosaic and more lucrative than antiques--for M. Fontaine was a man whose slogan, in business as in pleasure, was:

Everyone to his own taste.

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