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Eric Carle Museum Presents Brown Bear Everywhere: A Pop-Up Exhibition

Amherst, MA (July 28, 2016) - In celebration of the upcoming 50th anniversary of... read more

Library of Congress Junior Fellows Display Collection Treasures

July 27, 2016—The Library of Congress Junior Fellows Summer Interns today presented more than... read more

The FDR Presidential Library to Open "In the Footsteps of John Muir" Exhibit

HYDE PARK, NY -- On Monday, August 1, 2016, the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential... read more

Hunting Library of the Counts du Verne at Sotheby's Paris in October

On 5 October 2016, Sotheby’s Paris will have the honour of dispersing a selection... read more

Exceptional Example of Action Comics #1 Could Reach $750K at Heritage Auctions

DALLAS - An unrestored copy of Action Comics #1 - featuring the first appearance... read more

Bernie Wrightson Trove of Original Illustration Art Debuts at Heritage Auctions

DALLAS - A stunning group of original art by illustrator Bernie Wrightson--lead by his... read more

Artists-Signed Folio Leads at Chiswick Auctions

On Wednesday 20th July Chiswick Auctions held a successful sale of Printed Books and... read more

New Book on Upstate New York's Printing History

The engaging, lost story of an influential, 1920s Western New York private press is... read more

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A Visual History of the Industrial Revolution

Lowell, Massachusetts, has a trove of nineteenth-century engineering drawings By Nicholas A. Basbanes

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Results from an ‘English Bibliophile,’ the Jackson collection, the Caren collection, and the Safra collection sales By Ian McKay