Alexandria Books, exterior

Exterior of Alexandria Books

Alexandria Books 1

Alexandria Books interiors

Alexandria magazine rack


Alexandria Books was a bookstore owned by Henry Janeway during the late 20th century, an establishment that had been in his family for generations.

The store was located in Portage Creek, Indiana, United States of America. Its store hours were from 9am to 5:30pm.

In 2000, the bookstore was the center of some controversy as Janeway refused to sell the property, single-handedly blocking construction of the Millennium Gate. However, after some convincing from Shannon O'Donnel, Janeway ultimately made the decision to close the store with the promise that O'Donnell would try to find a place for a new bookstore within the Millennium Gate. (VOY: "11:59")

Notable books and items Edit

Selection of books offered for sale
There were hundreds of books in the shop, but only a few titles were clearly visible.
Selection of magazines offered for sale
Other items present in the bookstore
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