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Grand Visions
Six rare books that capture the essence of the Hispanic Society of America
By Claire Voon
PEN at 100
The global literary organization known for its fierce advocacy of the freedom of expression got its start as a dinner club in London
By Michael Schaub
Gently Mad
A Study in Sherlock
Glen Miranker's Arthur Conan Doyle collection goes on exhibit
The revival of New York's Drama Book Shop
Anne Boleyn's prayer book
Picture book illustrator Jan Brett
Metal detecting for literary relics
A Shocking Frankenstein
Mary Shelley's masterpiece electrified bidders
In View
Natural Beauty
The photographer who captured Land Art
Beyond the Basics
Beyond Books for Sale
There's more to booksellers' catalogues than meets the eye
Fine Maps
Cartography's Biggest Challenge
Why the International Map of the World foundered
In the Library
The Zine Scene
The Ohio State University's self-published magazines
Christmas with Dickens & a North Pole Flight
A roundup of first editions, manuscripts, maps, and fine art
On the Block
A Piece of Plath
The poet's love letters and personal artifacts took precedence
How I Got Started
Tibetan Buddhism
Collectors Ken Aronds and Jo Johnson
Before becoming an award-winning picture book illustrator, Jan Brett could tell when a story struck the right chord.
Collectors familiar with The Ohio State University’s Rare Books & Manuscripts Library (RBML) are most likely to know about one of our…
When famed naturalist John Burroughs died in 1921, he left behind hundreds of essays, comprising twenty-seven volumes. He also left behind several…
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