Inside Winter 2021
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Collecting & Repatriation
Questions arose when a lock of Seminole leader Osceola's hair and a related letter were pulled from auction
By Andrew Lenoir
Betye Saar: Maker of Objects
In her tenth decade, the trailblazing assemblage artist continues to wow us
By Paul Laster
Gently Mad
Publishing in a Pandemic
Despite everything, the literary world marches on
Bloomsbury style
The power of pin-back buttons
Buchinger Blook
Famous micrography under glass
In View
Gray Skies, Silver Linings
Cloud watching taken to new heights
Beyond the Basics
The Joys of Manuscripts
A look at the work of Christopher de Hamel
In the Library
The Library in the Wilderness
An impressive collection of Bibles in Wales
Sold @ Auction
Dalmatians—and a Poetic Spaniel
A roundup of first editions, manuscripts, maps, and fine art
On the Block
Early English Books
Fox Pointe Manor continues to offer up its treasures
How I Got Started
Collecting Modern Indian History
Collector Romi Mahajan
For millennia, artists around the world have illustrated the endless creative possibilities of humble paper. The ancient Chinese, who were the first…
In spring 2019, Dr. Melissa Tedone was working to restore an 1857 second edition of Rustic Adornments for Homes of Taste by James Shirley Hibberd in…
In the late summer of 1854, an eerie silence descended over Soho in London’s West End. The usual clatter of street vendors was gone and most of the…