So you’re “stuck” at home reading? Here’s a shortlist of new & soon-to-be-released books of…
Here are the sales I'll be keeping an eye on this week: On Tuesday, March 31, Books and Works on…
Maybe you’re having to miss out on Chawton House’s current exhibition on Emma (now closed, like…
My favorite part of being a student in Heidelberg twenty years ago was the exploration of local…
Our Bright Young Collectors series continues today with Nolin Deloison-Baum, winner of the second…
This week, the British Library will unveil its latest cutting-edge project: making the first batch…
A few sales are still scheduled for this week, but please do check for updates as needed. On…
And now, a post totally unrelated to coronavirus, because we need to remember the beautiful things…
Last month, the University of Birmingham in Birmingham, UK, launched a campaign to save the Boulton…
New York – Sotheby’s is pleased to announce that we will offer DC Complete: The Ian Levine…
Dallas, TX – Results from the first-ever auction dedicated to CGC-certified magazines yielded…
Los Angeles – Jessie Willcox Smith’s original cover art for the November 1920 issue of ''Good…
Dallas, TX – A range of important signed letters, including several from Albert Einstein, will be…
Antwerp, Belgium — The City of Antwerp and Google signed an agreement to digitise a large portion…
Berkeley, California — PBA Galleries announced the postponement of upcoming auctions as part of the…
Dallas, TX – A rare movie poster for the 1933 classic film, The Invisible Man, disappeared Saturday…
Los Angeles – Jessie Willcox Smith’s original cover art for the November 1920 issue of ''Good…
London — Published to mark the 250th anniversary of Wordsworth’s birth, this new edition includes…
Backal Collection and Library

Backal Collection and Library Auction

Includes Old Books and Documents on World and Mexican History, Literature, Religion, Engravings, & Manuscripts
Canyon de Chelly by Edward Curtis,1904. Gelatin silver border print.

How Photographic Innovation Brought Edward Curtis’s Images to Life

Though photographer and ethnographer Edward Curtis’s The North American Indian is an iconic work in the American historical canon, Christopher Cardozo, an Edward Curtis scholar, estimates most people are only familiar with 2–5 percent of Curtis’s work.

A small sampling of material related to Edna Stantial (1897–1985) from Barbara Dobkin’s collection.

Collecting Feminism One Book (or Ribbon) at a Time

Eve M. Kahn
This year’s suffrage centennial puts the spotlight on women’s history, four centuries of which are preserved in the Dobkin Family Collection of Feminism.