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Olmsted's 1859 Letter Describing his Vision for Central Park to be Auctioned

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Works by Tolkien, Drawings, and Photography on View This Winter at the Morgan

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Catalogues Received

Recently Published Catalogues from the World of Collecting

May 2010

Aleph-Bet Books, Inc.

#94: Children’s & Illustrated Books, 600 items

Lorne Bair Rare Books

#9: Spring, 130 items

Oak Knoll Books

#293 & Flyer: Books about Books & The Center for Book Arts - Artist’s Books, 334 & 14 items

ARS Libri Ltd.

#152: Continental Books from the Library of Peter A. Wick, 99 items

Reading booksellers’ catalogues is one of the best ways to learn about book collecting, and developing relationships with dealers in your field is the best way to get good books. Most booksellers offer new material to existing customers before they list it online. Many of the best books never hit the web.

Back of Beyond Books

#2: April 1, 2010, 62 items

Between the Covers Rare Books, Inc.

#158 & 159: The Next Wave of Books & New Arrivals, and Modern Literature, 88 & 292 items

Bernard Quaritch Ltd.

#2010/6: Travel Miscellany, Spring 2010, 76 items

Charles Wood III, Antiquarian Booksellers

#142: Rare Books on the Book Arts, Printing History, & Early Lithography, 98 items

David M. Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books, LLC

#113: Rare Americana, 151 items

Jeff Werber Rare Books

#159: Rare Science & Astronomy Books, 418 items

Karen Nyman

#24: March 1, 2010, 99 items

The Kelmscott Bookshop Rare Books

#5: Artists’ Books, Private Press, the Pre-Raphaelites, William Morris, Illustrated Books, Art, Fine Literature, & More, 110 items

Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc.

#27: New Miscellany, 106 items

Nigel Williams Rare Books

#158: Recent Acquisitions, Modern 1st Editions, Children’s & Illustrated Books, 559 items

Page Books

#42: Fine Children’s & Illustrated Books, 349 items

Peter L. Masi Books

#205: March, 2010, 464 items

Priscilla Juvelis Rare Books

#48: Contemporary Book Arts, 28 items

R. Plapinger Baseball Books

#50: Baseball Non-Fiction, Spring/Summer 2010, 158 items

Sumner & Stillman

#142: First American Editions of Charles Dickens, 113 items