Browse the latest catalogs, newsletters, and e-lists of rare books, fine bindings, incunabula, print ephemera, and much more from the members of the ABAA below. (Also includes podcasts, blog posts, and other digital formats.)
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- The Art of Greece, Rome and the Ancient Near East, Dr. Jerome Eisenberg’s Library — 3,277 titles in over 3,500 volumes *New*
- Ancient Art & Archaeology, Mostly Greek: Prof. Werner Fuchs’ Library — 2,723 titles in circa 3,500 volumes *New*
- The Art of Ancient Greece, with an Emphasis on Greek Vase Painting Prof. Norbert Kunisch’s Library — 1,048 titles in over 1,155 volumes *New*
- Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Art, with a concentration on Western Greek Art: Prof. Nancy Winter’s Library — 632 titles in circa 650 volumes *New*
- Egyptology: Prof. Dr. Gerhard Fecht’s Library -- 1,561 titles in over 2,330 volumes *New*
- E-List 5: California, Asian-Americana, Women, Mexico, the West, and More
- E-List 4: Material Relating to American Indian History
- 19th Century Decorated Paper Bindings, Decorated Cloth Bindings and Historic Works *New*
- New York Book & Ephemera Fair Catalog
- Americana/Military History (April 14, 2020) *New*
- Newly Cataloged Items (April 2020) *New*
- Noteworthy Literature, More or Less *New*
by Charles Dickens
London: Chapman & Hall, 1870. 1st Edition. Wrappers. Octavos. Fine. Each of the six parts bound in pale blue wrappers printed in black. Part I has some chipping to cover at bottom 1.5" of spine, Part VI has a .5" diagonal chip to top fore corner of rear cover, but otherwise these six individual booklets are strikingly fine. Housed in a custom clamshell box.
A very clean and bright set of the serialized first appearance of Dickens's last novel. The story was planned for twelve parts but only these six parts were published when his death left the story half-told and the mystery unsolved. The advertisement on cork is present at rear of Part II and the "Eighteenpence" slip is pasted over the printed price on Part VI.
Offered by Back Creek Books and found in "Noteworthy LIterature, More or Less."
- Views of New York (Newsletter) *New*
- William Shakespeare (Newsletter) *New*
- Creative Cooking (Newsletter) *New*
“A collection of frenetic flyers produced for the American punk scene between 1977 and 1985. Many were created by the musicians themselves and demonstrate the emphasis within the movement on individuality and the manic urge of its members to create things anew.” Included are two versions of the limited editions of 49 copies each. The first is a complete unbound first edition (Corte Madera, CA/Los Angeles: Gingko Press Inc. with Kill Your Idols, Inc., 1999) with the uncut sewn textblock, the front and rear illustrated boards, and printed cloth spine covering, housed in a wood box with silkscreened lid graphics, numbered in pencil 40/49. The first edition set was not issued with endpapers. The second set is a complete 15th anniversary “Black Edition” which includes additional flyers and art (Berkeley/Los Angeles: Gingko Press in association with Kill Your Idols, 6th hardcover edition, 2015) with the cut sewn textblock, front and read illustrated boards connected to the printed cloth spine covering, and the front and rear endpapers featuring the “Never Give Up” collage by Winston Smith, housed in a wood box with silkscreened lid graphics, numbered in pencil 18/49. The boxes measure 27.3 by 32.8 by 6.6 cm.
The contents of both boxes are fine; the boxes themselves are near fine with only faint signs of shelf wear. Also included is a copy of Fucked Up + The Reader. Los Angeles: Kill Your Idols. 2015, first edition, numbered on the title page 24/100. Wraps, 12.7 by 17.7 cm, 176 pp., illus. Very good with minor wear at the corners. “While most attention has been paid to the phenomenal archive of images in Fucked Up + Photocopied, the essays contained offer an incredible snapshot of the birth of the movement and its lasting legacy. The Reader collects all of these insightful pieces together with those contained in its follow up book, Punk is Dead, Punk is Everything in one tome. Writers include Brendan Mullen, Jello Biafra, Pushead, Mike Watt, Lorna Doom, Tony Alva, and many more alongside interviews with punk pioneers Ian Mackaye and Malcolm McLaren.”
Fucked Up + features a spectacular collection of graphic art by way of punk and hardcover flyers. Most punk flyers were Xeroxed by band members or promoters (their friends), and printed in small numbers, especially in smaller towns. So, while this volume includes some oft-reproduced flyers like Winston Smith’s art for the Dead Kennedys and Raymond Pettibon’s work for Black Flag, many of the flyers went unseen until this seminal book was published. The flyers are arranged topically and geographically with sections on San Francisco, skate rock, “stolen” art, The Weirdos, X, Slash Magazine, the Germs, Black Flag, the Valley, The Ramones, Dead Kennedys, Los Angeles, Misfits, Texas, the Midwest, Necros, Boston, New York, Punk magazine, Sonic Youth, CBGB’s, DC, D.O.A., and just about every punk and hardcore band that played in America during this time period. Interspersed with the amazing graphics are short essays by Artist Winston Smith, Lars Fredrickson of Rancid, Dez Cadena of Black Flag, Jello Biafra, artist Pushead, Brian Brannon of Jody Foster’s Army, and many more. Illustrated in full color.
Offered by Bay Leaf Used & Rare Books and featured in "E-list XXX: Punk!" (item #9).
- August Newsletter (Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair & New Arrivals)
- Highlights from the New York Book Fair & New Arrivals (Newsletter)
- English Libertine Literature 1652-1843 -- Catalog available by request email@example.com
- E-catalog #56: Children's Books *New*
- E-catalog #55: Random Offerings from the Housebound *New*
- E-catalog #54: Health Workers *New*
- E-catalog #53: Women *New*
Philadelphia: 1880-1890. Unbound.
A collection of six mounted sepia-toned cabinet cards depicting nurses in Philadelphia between 1880 and 1890. Each photograph features the stamp or logo of a Philadelphia area photography studio including Phillips on Chestnut Street, P. Elehillman on Arch Street, The Gilbert Studios on Chestnut Street, and Kehrwider's Studio in Germantown. All but two photographs are identified with the nurse's name on the verso. These include Catherine Taylor, Helen Whitaker, Mrs. Lee Brooks and Alma Wrigley, most of whom were Pennsylvania General Hospital graduates, known at the time as "Old Blockley." All of the women are photographed in their uniforms, some are holding implements of their trade including a towel and a medicine bottle. One of the women, Catherine Taylor, is seen wearing a double frill hat with her uniform, a feature of the uniform worn at Pennsylvania General Hospital, and the verso of the photo reads, "Miss Taylor '89 Orthopedic." Alma Wrigley went on to become an army nurse during World War I at the base hospital at Camp Lee, Virginia.
A modest but interesting collection of early nursing graduates in Philadelphia.
Offered by Between the Covers Rare Books, and found in "E-catalog #54: Health Workers.":
- Catalogue of Book Catalogues: Bookseller and Auction (Ongoing) *New*
- Bookbinding Reference Books -- contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information... *New*
- Activist Women: 62 items for Women's History Month, 2020
- 30 Posters from the Intersection of Ethnic Activism and Social Movements
- Questions to Ask When Visiting a Special Collections Library (Blog) *New*
- Chronicling the American Presidency: Bob Woodward *New*
- Creative Print Movement in Japan: SOSAKU HANGA, SHIN HANGA, and SKETCHTOUR *New*
- Bird and Flower Art in East Asia *New*
- Short List of Japaneses Ehon *New*
- Japanese Design, Industrial Art, Advertising and Propaganda *New*
- Reformers & Visionaries, Scoundrels & Incendiaries: 250 Years of Persuasive Mapping
- Recent Acquisitions
- Johannes Kepler (Newsletter) *New*
- William Shakespeare (Newsletter) *New*
- Wilbur Wright (Newsletter) *New*
- Washington Irving (Newsletter) *New*
- Brattlecast #72: Small Pleasures (Podcast) *New*
- Brattlecast #71: Anne Frank Collections (Podcast) *New*
- Brattlecast #70: Fashion Collections (Podcast) *New*
- Bonus Brattlecast: The Impact of Covid-19 (Podcast) *New*
- E-catalog #66: Music to Our Ears (and Eyes) *New*
- E-catalog #65: The Animal Kingdom *New*
- E-catalog #64: Just Outside Our Comfort Zone *New*
- E-catalog #63: British Romanticism *New*
- E-catalog #62: American Lit Through a Modern Lens *New*
- The American Revolution *New*
- Something for Everyone: April Miscellany *New*
- Among Kings & Queens in Ancient Times *New*
- Pirates *New*
- E-list #53: Home Alone: Never Overlook the Technicalities, Part 2 *New*
- E-list #52: Never Overlook the Technicalities
- List 266: Books About Books *New*
- List 265: Books About Books - Miscellaneous *New*
- List 264: Books About Books - A Few Items from the Library of Dr. Eugene Flamm *New*
- Catalog 8: Mostly Works from the 15th-18th Centuries, with a Scatter of Modern Material
- Bibliography Week Showcase 2019
- New catalog available — Contact email@example.com/(716) 688-8723 to request…
- Horticulture & Gardening *New*
- Escapism: Fantasy, Science Fiction, Horror, Crime & Mystery *New*
- Aviation, Aeronautics, Ballooning & Space Flight *New*
by Harrison Forman
Shanghai, China: The Comacrib Press, 1931. First edition. Frontispiece and monochrome photographs. Sketches and drawings by the Author. [xii], 448, pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Black pebbled cloth, stamped in gilt, With mint pictorial dustjacket by the author with matching endpapers, black speckled edges.
A lovely copy of this curious Shanghai imprint.
Born in Milwaukee, Forman studied at the Layton School of Art and then the University of Wisconsin from where he graduated with a degree in Oriental Philosophy. He drew on both of these in his eminent and wide-ranging career as a journalist, photographer and explorer, most of which he spent in the Far East. Indeed, he was considered a "modern Marco Polo." His time in China included interviewing Mao Zedong. His papers, diaries and fify thousand photographs were donated to the University of Wisconsin.
Offered by James Cummins Bookseller, and found in "Aviation, Aeronautics, Ballooning, & Space Flight."
- THE LUNAR VOYAGE FROM THE 17th CENTURY TO THE PRESENT -- In conjunction with the RBMS and the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing -- Offered jointly with John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller
- Popular Fiction 1814-1939: Selections from the Anthony Tino Collection -- Offered jointly with John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller
- List 18: New Series -- 19th Century American Books
- List 17: New Series -- American Books, Manuscripts and Broadsides
- New Arrivals (April 28, 2020) *New*
- Catalog #88, Medical Books from the Fifteenth to the Twentieth Centuries -- This catalog is print-only. To request a copy, contact MedBks@aol.com...
by Dorothy Parker.
New York: The Viking Press, 1936 First Edition 210 pages. "This volume contains all of Dorothy Parker's poems excepting a few which she did not wish to retain..."— copyright page. This volume has all of Parker's bestknown verse. Decorations by Valenti Angelo. This is one of 485 numbered copies signed by Parker on a tipped-in page. First edition (first printing). Some spotting to fore-edge of book; a bit of discoloration along the gutter of the limitation page, due to the glue used to attach it. No dust jacket, as issued, but with the goldpaper slipcase showing some shelfwear at the edge. An attractive copy.
Offered by Downton Brown Books, found in "List 16: Modern First Editions" (item #15).
- E-list 70: Literary Salad, Mohair Velvet Upholstery, Skunk Pelts, Sweet Potato Slips & Of Course, the Children *New*
- E-list 69: Miscellany -- The Worker's School, Black Water Baths, Women and War, Hope Farm & Of Course, the Children *New*
- Episode 8: Richard Davies of AbeBooks interviews Sandra Hindman: a glimpse at Les Enluminures’ owner and founder (Podcast) *New*
- Text Manuscripts Spring Update (April 2020) *New*
- OCCASIONAL LIST 22: A Miscellany: Original Art Work; Small Archive of Major English Watercolourist; Interesting Theatrical Pieces; Manuscript Material, Etc., Etc. -- available on request from firstname.lastname@example.org...
- List #athome12 *New*
- List at Home #9 *New*
- 19th-Century Ballroom: Sheet Music & Related Material *New*
- List at Home #7: Fine Books & Prints *New*
- Newspapers & Broadsides (April 2020) *New*
- Composed by Hand (April 2020) *New*
- Early Printing (April 2020) *New*
- Spring Miscellany - Part 2 (April 2020) *New*
- Natural History (March 2020) *New*
Album of watercolor drawings of butterflies and moths after Abbot, titled in manuscript: Histoire naturelle des lépidoptères les plus rares de Géorgie d'après les observations de M. Jean Abbot. Imprimé à Londres en 1797.
(France: 1800-1830). Oblong 8vo. (6 3/8 x 8 inches). Manuscript title within a red ruled border, 2pp. manuscript index in rear. 40 pen-and-ink and watercolour drawings, each captioned in red ink, recto only on 40 sheets of wove paper (watermarked Horne). Contemporary black morocco-backed blue paper covered boards, yellow endpapers (lacks front free endpaper). Beautiful French album of watercolours of lepidoptera after Abbot.
John Abbot was one of the most important American natural history artists and his illustrations are amongst the finest ever made. Born in London in 1751, Abbot sailed for Virginia in July 1773, with orders for both actual specimens and drawings of the local insects. For the next two years he continued to collect and paint, sending home three insect collections, although only one arrived safely. The loss of these two valuable collections at sea together with the worry over political unrest in Virginia led Abbot to move to Georgia: he settled in St. George Parish (later Burke County), Georgia in December 1775. Abbot traveled widely throughout Georgia devoting his time to the study of the natural flora and fauna. The flow of specimen collections and watercolours of insects ensured that his name became known to many of the foremost natural scientists and collectors of the day, both in America and Europe. Abbot's Natural History of the Rarer Lepidopterous Insects of Georgia was first published in London in 1797. The present French manuscript includes forty watercolours based on the plates from that edition. The images comprise 53 depictions of butterflies and moths on the 40 sheets, with 11 of the images including depictions of the lepidoptera in caterpillar form and several with depictions of flora and/or chrysalis. Each image is captioned in French above or below the image and numbered 1-40 in the upper right corner; the alphabetical index corresponds to each watercolor ensuring that no images have been removed from the album. Between 1829 and 1837, interest in Abbot in France was greatly elevated due to the publication of a new work based on Abbot watercolours commissioned by lepidopterist Jean Baptiste Boisduval and John Eatton LeConte. It would seem possible that this album was related in some way to lepidopterist Jean Baptiste Boisduval.
Cf. Vivian Rogers-Price, John Abbot in Georgia: The Vision of a Naturalist Artist (Madison, Georgia: Madison-Morgan Cultural Center, 1983); cf. John V. Calhoun, A Glimpse into a Flora et Entomologia, in Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 60:1 (2006).
Offered by Donald A. Heald Rare Books and found in "Composed by Hand."
- Encyclopedias *New*
- NewYork Book Fair 2020
- E-list #156 -- 45 New Arrivals | Bruce Weber, Studs Terkel, Raymond Meeks, Jim Harrison *New*
- E-list #155 -- 50 New Arrivals | Signed books by Richard Neutra, John Updike, Larry Fink, Jill Freedman *New*
- E-list #154 -- 50 New Arrivals | Signed Books by Bourke-White, Norman Maclean, Saul Bellow, Andre Kertesz *New*
A collection of mostly sports related items from a rivalry between Phillips Academy Andover, Massachusetts and Phillips Exeter, New Hampshire Academy. Included is:
1911 Football program
1912 Track Meet program
1920 Track Meet program
1920 Baseball program (with some handwritten stats)
1920 Phillips Andover calendar
1920 Phillips Andover track schedule
Three Andover track photos c. 1910
One photo of a handsome fella signed Charlie.
Some of the programs have bends/tears. Most are in good overall condition.
Offered by House of Mirth Photos and found in "E-list #9: Photos & Folk Art."
- Comfort Eating: A Baker's Dozen *New*
- Wish We Were Here: Western Archivist Meeting *New* -- a joint catalog in cooperation with McBride Rare Books and Tschanz Rare Books.
- Comfort Eating: All the Time *New*
- Comfort Eating, A Third Helping *New*
- Books on Books, Printing Arts, and Type Specimens *New*
- April New Arrivals *New*
- Charles Dickens *New*
- William Morris and the Kelmscott Press *New*
- THE LUNAR VOYAGE FROM THE 17th CENTURY TO THE PRESENT -- In conjunction with the RBMS and the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing -- Offered jointly with L.W. Currey, Inc.
- Popular Fiction 1814-1939: Selections from the Anthony Tino Collection -- Offered jointly with L.W. Currey, Inc.
- Catalog #74: 100 Rare Books -- with an emphasis on history and military affairs. Please request from email@example.com...
- Manuscripts (April 28, 2020) *New*
- Scholarly Law & Legal Law: 70 Items (April 21, 2020) *New*
- Canon Law: 30 Items (April 14, 2020) *New*
- Roman Law: 30 Items (April 7, 2020) *New*
- 25 Recent Acquisitions: Canon, Civil, Common, Customary, Jewish, Natural and Roman Law (March 31, 2020) *New*
- Catalog 174, Rare Americana (April 2020) *New*
- Catalog 173, Rare Americana (March 2020) *New*
- Catalog 172, Rare Americana *New*
- Broadsides and Broadsheets *New*
- On Our Shelves No. 27 – Beast and Man in India (Video)
- Rare Book Moment 26: Look for relationships in your collection (Video)
- E-catalog: early 19th c. Sermons, Discourses etc. never offered *New*
- E-catalog: Rubaiyat and Heron-Allen Circle *New*
- E-microcat: Ten on 1812, Civil and 2nd Wars *New*
- E-catalog 'You Animal, You' a social culture catalog on tendencies and human nature *New*
- E-catalog - the machine stops: a gathering of fundamentals *New*
- List of 77 Mark Twain First Editions and Ephemera available by request from firstname.lastname@example.org (specify elist or paper copy).
- Spring New Arrivals, Mostly Lit-ish *New*
- Girls Just Wanna Have Fun: New Arrivals in Golden Age Sleaze
by Forrest Carter
Gantt: Whipporwhill Press, 1973. First Edition. Tiny bit of foxing to top edge of textblock, endpapers show just some light offsetting, else a fine, likely unread copy in a fine jacket that has a small vertical rubbed spot near the head of the spine.
One of a supposed print run of 75 copies, the majority of which were allegedly pulped by agreement with Clint Eastwood when he bought the rights to produce the film The Outlaw Josey Wales. While no one has been able to prove one way or another the truth behind this bit of lore, the book is truly scarce with truly nice copies thin on the ground.
Offered by Kenneth Mallory, Bookseller and found in "Spring New Arrivals."
- Illustrated Catalog on Carlos Merida (1891–1984) -- Mexican painter, sculptor, writer and graphic designer -- available by request from email@example.com
- Latin America
- Wish We Were Here: Western Archivist Meeting *New* -- a joint catalog in cooperation with johnson rare books & archives and Tschanz Rare Books.
- List #17: The Civil War *New*
- List 16: Photography *New*
Basle, Ysenhut 1495. 4to. Early ed. of the first printed work on the Computus. The printer cut the 10 woodblocks, used only here.
Offered by Bruce McKittrick Rare Books and found in "California Book Fair 2020" (item #1).
- E-list: Stocking Stuffers (Newsletter)
- 10 Eye-Catching Books for Your Collection
- Catalog 42. Exemplary Fine Bindings, 19th Century High Spots in English and American Literature
- Nancy Sawin - Delaware Illustrator *New*
- New Acquisitions on Typography *New*
- Monuments in American History *New*
- The Bible as Book & Art *New*
- Barry Moser and the Pennyroyal Press *New*
- MAGAZINES OF HISTORICAL & CONTEMPORARY INTEREST -- FEBRUARY 2020
- A Magazine’s Eye View of the 20th Century
- Catalog 50 February 2020 -- by subscription only. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details about obtaining a copy.
- Twenty for Tuesday XXII *New*
- ¡MANUSCRITOS! *New*
- Newest Arrivals *New*
- Twenty for Tuesday XXI *New*
- 16th-Century Books *New*
- Humor *New*
- Special List 370, Saints & Martyrs *New*
- Special List 369, Central America *New*
- Special List 368, Historiography *New*
- Special List 367, Horses & Equitation *New*
- Catalog 370: Natural History *New*
- E-List: Imaginary Voyages & Utopian Visions *New*
- Americana E-list - Behold the Panorama *New*
- LIST 325: VIRGINIA — Books, Pamphlets, & Ephemera, primarily from a multi-generational, single-family collection *New*
- LIST 323: AFRICAN-AMERICANA, CIVIL WAR, THE SOUTH — Books, Pamphlets, Manuscripts, Ephemera *New*
- 18th & 19th Century LIterature *New*
- Travel & Exploration (Because We Can't Right Now) *New*
- England in the 17th-Century *New*
- The Animals Catalog *New*
- French Books & Manuscripts (Part 1)
- Catalog: S. Weir Mitchell -- available by request from email@example.com...
- Weekly Newsletter (Delivery, Stickers, Madam C.J. Walker) *New*
- E-list- 6 Portraits and 1 Original Pen and Ink Drawing of Bison *New*
- List of 29 Frans Masereel Titles *New*
- End of March Catalog *New*
- Pomology - a short list of 17th-19th century works *New*
- 17th - 19th Century Works Relating To Art: Including Catalogues, Auctions, Essays, etc.
New York: A. O. Moore, 1859. 8vo, orig. brown stamped cloth, gilt. Pp. viii, -286. Color litho frontis.; 3 plates; illus in text. Some foxing to frontis.; moderate rubbing, an excellent copy. $125.00 First edition, by the Brooklyn nurseryman and bibliographer of American Indian history.
An attractive copy of a standard authority, issued at the height of the pear's popularity. Hedrick considered it "about the best book of the times devoted to a single fruit." - p. 494. Mass Hort Cat, p. 97; Oak Springs Pomona 84.
Offered by Savoy Books and found in "Pomology."
- List: 150th Anniversary of Mendeleev's Periodic System
- California Book Fair 2019: 130 Items on Science and Medicine is now available on request from firstname.lastname@example.org...
- E-list on Paper, Typography, and Printing *New*
- Catalog 148: Our Material Culture - A Selection of American and European trade catalogues for retail & wholesale markets, 1870-1965, with a particular emphasis on catalogues from France.
New York, n.d., ca. 1939. Double-sided illustrated promotional brochure, 28 x 21 cm, color illus. 50. ¶ Striking example of the Para-Flex process—“The miniature travel poster [drawn by Tristram Forster] on the reverse of this page was printed letterpress in four impressions from hand-engraved Para-Flex rubber plates, photographically transferred. By over-printing transparent inks from rubber plates, containing no screen, seven colors are possible from three printings and fourteen colors from four.” Further text explains the wheres and whyfores. No information located on the firm on the Internet nor in OCLC.
Offered by Marc Selvaggio, Books & Ephemera and found in "E-list on Paper, Typography, and Printing" (item #18).
- E-list #24 Women's Rights & Protest Ephemera
- E-list #23: African Americana, Women's Rights, Alternative Movements, American Culture...
- List 81: Western Tourism and Colorado River *New*
- Wish We Were Here: Western Archivist Meeting *New* -- a joint catalog in cooperation with johnson rare books & archives and McBride Rare Books.
- List 80: Southwest *New*
Washington DC: Geographical and Geological Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian, 1871-1872. 20 Stereoviews. Albumen photographs [9.5 cm x 15 cm] on yellow Wheeler mounts [10 cm x 18 cm] all with printed paper labels on the reverse. Most in very nice condition with strong contrasts. 18 views by Bell; 2 by O'Sullivan. Complete list of views and images available. Nice views from the Wheeler survey of the southwest with sharp images of the Grand Canyon, Kanab Creek, Black Canyon, Dirty Devil and Marble Canyon. These are some of the first images of these places. Timothy O'Sullivan (1840-1882) worked on the Wheeler Survey after having gained some fame and notoriety as a photographer during the Civil War. O'Sullivan's work done during this time was later used as a way of persuading Congress to fund military instead of civilian expeditions. William H. Bell (1830 -1910) was an English-born American photographer, active primarily in the latter half of the 19th century. He is best remembered for his Civil War views and his images of the southwest taken as part of the Wheeler expedition in 1872.
Offered by Tschanz Rare Books and featured in "Wish We Were Here: Western Archivist Meeting" (pages 31/32).
- Books of the Day Regularly Posted to Their Twitter Feed...
- Catalog 244: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO FISHING FOR BOOKS *New*
- Catalog 243: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED IN GRANDPA’S LIBRARY *New*
- Catalog 242: HISTORY OF SCIENCE: BARBARA REEVES, Professor, & Bern Dibner, Dibner Library *New*
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