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…
There’s a pervasive notion that young people, screen in hand, do not enjoy books the way older…
It began with Begotten, filmmaker E. Elias Merhige’s 1989 black-and-white allegory about death and…