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Original Disney Watercolor Paintings at RR Auction

A remarkable collection of original Walt Disney Studios watercolor paintings from Pinocchio will be... read more

Book Artist Didier Mutel Opens Exhibition at Maggs Bros

In collaboration with Gerald W. Cloud Rare Books, San Francisco, Maggs Bros Ltd is... read more

Literature Auction Reaches $500,000 at Swann Galleries

New York—Swann Galleries’ auction of 19th & 20th Century Literature on Tuesday, November 14... read more

Early Photograph of Pres. John Quincy Adams Could Sell For $50,000 at Heritage Auctions

Dallas, Texas--A rare and unusual photo of one of the first U.S. presidents is... read more

Library of Congress Acquires Extremely Rare Mesoamerican Codex

The Codex Qutzalecatzin represents one of the most important indigenous manuscripts from the earliest... read more

New World's Record for Most Valuable Movie Poster: $525,800 at Heritage Auctions

Dallas, Texas - One of just two surviving movie posters for the 1931 horror... read more

The Eric Carle Museum Presents: Eighty Years of Caldecott Books

Amherst, MA--The Caldecott Medal, an annual award bestowed upon "the most distinguished American... read more

First Graphic Designers of English Texts Celebrated in New Bodleian Libraries Exhibition

Oxford, England—The origins of early English graphic design are explored in a new exhibition... read more

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Contents February 2011
 

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Fine Books Review

Scarlett Fever

Scarlett at 75

A review and excerpt from the engaging new history of Gone With the Wind by Ellen F. Brown and John Wiley, Jr. By Rebecca Rego Barry

Catalogues Received

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Featured Columns

Gently Mad

Temple of the Muses

Founding an American Writers Museum By Nicholas Basbanes

Sold@Auction

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Manuscripts to Movie Scripts

A queen, a president, and Indiana Jones By Ian McKay