vintage photographs

I just returned from a two-week cross-country road trip designed mainly with national parks in mind, but we did stop at a few museums along the way where I was delighted to catch two shows we've recently covered in Fine Books.

Doyle New York is honored to auction important World War II tribute albums presented to American Staff Sergeant Lawrence R. Kelly. On August 25, 1944, Kelly was mistakenly wounded by a French sharpshooter on the first day of the liberation of Paris. The album was conceived by the Saint-Cloud pharmacist who treated Kelly’s wounds. This stunning tribute to one man who became a symbol of a

After celebrating its Silver Jubilee last year, TEFAF, the world’s foremost antiques and art show, held annually in Maastricht, The Netherlands, returns on the 15th March. Always innovative in its presentation TEFAF also remains dedicated to quality and authenticity with more than 30,000 works of art, antiques and design objects vetted by one hundred and seventy-five international experts on

It’s a literary adventure like none other!  The upcoming Boston Book, Paper & Photo Expo, returning May 5th to the Shriner’s Auditorium in Wilmington, Massachusetts is a one-day feast for those who are rediscovering the delights of book and paper collecting.  Sponsored by the Massachusetts and Rhode Island Antiquarian Booksellers and produced by Marvin Getman, founder of  New England Antique
New York—On Thursday, March 31, Swann Galleries will offer a diverse selection of historically significant material in their semi-annual auction of Printed & Manuscript Americana. The sale contains many one-of-a-kind items with regional or national interest.

A section devoted to American Indians features hand-colored lithographs, vintage photographs, and an archive of
In the current issue of Fine Books & Collections, Ellen F. Brown interviewed television writer Tom Heyes about his vintage Hollywood collection ("How I Got Started," page 68). He has an amazing collection devoted to film producer David O. Selznick. We couldn't fit all of the interview on the printed page (score one