Inside Autumn 2020
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The Finer Things
Tracking down the pieces of heiress and bibliophile Edith Rockefeller McCormick's 15,000-volume library
By Andrea Friederici Ross
Beethoven at 250
Nine noteworthy collections around the world
By Jonathan Shipley
A preview of spring auctions
Gently Mad
In Fiction, Forgery Entices
A chat with novelist Bradford Morrow
A Hollywood filmmaker's beguiling and inspiring collection
Collegiate book collecting
Botanical art on exhibit
Election Ephemera
Paper Tigers
A map of South America with a playful twist
In View
Picasso's "Weeping Woman" Revealed
Dora Maar was more than a muse
Beyond the Basics
The Pleasures of Periodicals
Book collecting journals of the 1930s
Fine Maps
A Model City
Building Quebec City in miniature
Sold @ Auction
Essential Genuises & Imaginary Friends
A roundup of first editions, manuscripts, maps, and fine art
On the Block
Ten Generations of Americana
Books, art, and historical artifacts from a Signer's family
How I Got Started
Collecting Theodore Roethke
Collector Mike Kolleth
In 2008, when Alicia Yin Cheng stumbled across an article in the New Yorker chronicling the strange, fraught history of American elections, she had…
There’s a pervasive notion that young people, screen in hand, do not enjoy books the way older generations do, and yet collegiate book collecting…
It began with Begotten, filmmaker E. Elias Merhige’s 1989 black-and-white allegory about death and transformation. Championing the film were people…