February 27, 2023
During the volatile Tudor dynasty, England was a thriving home for the arts.
February 9, 2023
The Book Club of Detroit presents The 6th Annual Detroit Festival of Books
February 6, 2023
You are in a library surrounded by books…

If you think you know all the attributes that make a book a book, turn back to the gallery door and conclude your visit to this exhibition.
January 24, 2023
Fine Books & Manuscripts, including Americana


Absentee bids are now being accepted

Potter & Potter Auctions
5001 W. Belmont Avenue

Chicago, IL
January 11, 2023
Pop-up books have a longer history than you might think. For centuries, books with interactive flaps, dials, and other moving parts have captivated readers of all ages.
November 9, 2022
The origins of printmaking are obscure, but two principal types flourished in the 1400s: woodcuts (printed from the surfaces of wooden blocks carved in relief) and engravings (printed from the rece
November 9, 2022
A picture is worth a thousand words,” or so the well-worn adage goes. But what happens when a picture is combined with words?
November 3, 2022
Historical Memorabilia & Americana
October 27, 2022
American Historical Ephemera & Photography, Featuring Property from the James Milgram, M.D., Collection of Broadsides, Ephemeral Americana & Historical Documents
Sale #1095
October 27, 2022
Celebrate the newest exhibition of the MCBA/Jerome Foundation Book Arts Residency Series!