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2015 Bookseller Resource Guide
Contents Summer 2017

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The Lost Libraries of London

By A. N. Devers

A walking tour through one of the world’s great book towns focuses on historic collections dispersed by auction, war, and fire

Of Pen Pals and Pop-Ups

By Colleen Smith

Catching up with author and illustrator Nick Bantock, whose Griffin & Sabine dominated the bestseller lists 25 years ago

Special Section

Biblio360

Our annual guide to book clubs, classes, fairs, & more

Gently Mad

The Library of America

The distinguished series reaches a milestone

Record-Breaker

Inhabiting Virginia

A rare map changes hands

In View

Camera-Ready Victorians

The William Henry Fox Talbot Catalogue Raisonné

Beyond the Basics

Reading the Mail

The letters of bibliophiles

Fine Maps

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Panorama of War

A bird’s-eye view of Gettysburg

In the Library

Family Heirlooms

Winterthur’s Memorial Library

Sold@Auction

Sharks—and Martians—Attack!

A roundup of first editions, manuscripts, and fine art

On the Block

The Kennedy Connection

A trove of historic letters found
in Wales

How I Got Started

Literary Travel Books

Collector Susann Bishop

Digest

Chicago’s American Writers Museum Opens

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book: An Orchardist’s Library

art: Pochoir & La Prose

object: Circus Souvenirs

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FineBooksmagazine.com

Dear Reader

Quotes & Comments

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