Inside Spring 2022
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A Literary Legacy
Three generations of one family have devoted themselves to collecting the work of Samuel Johnson and James Boswell
By Rebecca Rego Barry
Untold Treasures
Ten extraordinary books currently on exhibit in the New York Public Library’s lavish new installation of high spots
By Claire Voon
Auction Guide
A preview of some of the auctions coming up this spring
Gently Mad
Guardian of the Book Trade
California bookseller Vic Zoschak shares his wisdom
Jefferson’s Manual of Parliamentary Practice
A collection of forgeries
The Top Potter
Harry commands nearly half a million
In View
In the Post
André Kertész captures Paris
Beyond the Basics
The Delight of Duplicates
More than one copy of the same book? Why not?
In the Library
Reading Black Lives
Celebrating Black literature at the New York Society Library
On the Block
Ancient Script
Another impressive selection of Schøyen manuscripts
Spies, Detectives & Medieval Physicians
A roundup of first editions, manuscripts, maps, and fine art
How I Got Started
Works of W. Somerset Maugham
Collector Craig V. Showalter
Like many book collectors, David L. DiLaura, professor emeritus of civil and architectural engineering at the University of Colorado at Boulder,…
From its inception in Austin, Texas, in 1997, Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas has always offered more than just movies, including custom pre-shows, sing-…
Disappointed with the maps of Scandinavia that were circulating throughout Europe in the early sixteenth century, Olaus Magnus (1490–1557) set out on…