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Hunter S. Thompson Archive Consisting of 182 Letters to be Auctioned

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Boston's Panopticon Gallery Opens "Bibliophile" Exhibition

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Howard Greenberg Gallery Presents "Vivian Maier: The Color Work"

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Bonhams Introduces the Griffith J. Davis Photography and Archives

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Modern African-American Art Shines in Oct 4 Sale at Swann

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The First Book Published and Printed in Antarctica at Bonhams NY

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The First Western Book on Cosmetics & Scents will be Sold in Paris

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Printed Matter Presents the NY Art Book Fair Sept. 21-23

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2015 Bookseller Resource Guide
November/December 2004
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—A graphic novelist and the Rosenbach Museum turn bookselling into theater.
The Mystery of the Drowning Porpoises
—How could 400,000 hardcover books simply disappear?
The Politics of Book Signings
—It’s enough to make you leave that extra copy at home. Well, maybe the extra extra copy.
We Can’t Print the Dirty Ones
—After thirty years, Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer arrived in the United States, ending literary censorship.
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Gently Mad
—Road warriors—or notes from the book fair circuit.
—Michael Russem and the new generation of printers.
Beyond the Basics
—Type is something you can hold in your hand.
How I Got Started
David Gerstel—travel and exploration collector.
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