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Winter 2008

Includes:

  • A Collaboration and Friendship Grows Through Four Collections
  • Ed Glaser Honored at Colorado Rare Book Seminar
  • In Memoriam - Jim Lorson
  • MAC holds Events in Rochester

And more.

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Fall 2007

Includes:

  • Ken Sanders Rare Books Kicks off 10th Anniversary Celebration
  • A Collector’s Primer to the Wonders of Fore-edge Painting
  • Mid-Atlantic Chapter Hosts Dinner and Seminar on Digital Photography in Bookselling
  • How Danes Brought Beowulf To Light: G.J. Thorkelin, Johan Biilow, and N.S.F. Grundtvig
  • Changes at ABAA Headquarters
  • ABAA Member Endows UC-Santa Barbara Libraries
  • Book Reviews: Robert Greenwood. A Valiant Enterprise: A History of the Talisman Press, 1951-1993. Printers, Publishers, and Antiquarian Booksellers
  • News in Brief: The Bancroft Library

And more.

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Summer 2007

Includes:

  • Booksellers’ Showcase and RBMS Preconference a Success
  • An American in London, Part II
  • A Conversation with Michael von der Linn of The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
  • Bibliographical Society of America hosts successful Conference
  • Grolier Club celebrates Anniversary of Boston Athenaeum with Exhibit
  • John Carter Brown Library offers Fellowships
  • Book Review: Miniature Books. 4,000 Years of Tiny Treasures
  • In Memoriam - Jeffrey Thomas
  • Members in the News: Vic Zoschak

And more.

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Spring 2007

Includes:

  • So You Think You’re an Appraiser! How the New Rules Effect You
  • Finding the Big Book In Burma Or, A Bookman In Indo-China
  • Chasing Phantoms in Cyberspace: The ABAA and the Internet
  • A Tale of Two Macs: Applied Technology in Bookselling
  • Rare Book Seminar Returns to Colorado Springs in August
  • Teacher’s Workshops to be held in July at Twain Museum
  • Miniature Book Exhibit opens at Grolier Club
  • ABAA Members in the News: Michael Ginsberg, Bernard M. Rosenthal
  • In Memoriam - Douglas G. O’Dell

And more.

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Winter 2007

Includes:

  • Two Suggestions for abaa.org: Stock Exclusivity and Dealing with the Devil(s)
  • In Memoriam - Betsy Trace
  • Chasing the Irish – A Memoir of Sorts
  • Players & Painted Stage: The Leonard L. Milberg Collection of Irish Theater opens at Princeton
  • An American in London: Exhibiting at the Chelsea Book Fair
  • RBMS Conference to Be Held in Baltimore

And more.

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Summer 2006

Includes:

  • ABAA’s Annual Meeting Honors Past Presidents
  • Bromsen Bequeaths $4 Million to Brown Library
  • Annals of Beatlemania: The New Norman Conquest
  • Samuel Johnson Tercentenary Symposium set for Harvard 2009
  • Undocumented Hemingway Issue Point
  • ABAA Cancels ILAB Congress in Philadelphia
  • Heldfond Gallery Launches Polling Site
  • Fine Books & Collections Sponsors Contest
  • Recent Books by Members: Study, Measure, Experiment – Stories of Scientific Instruments at Dartmouth College by David Pantalony, Richard Kremer, Francis Manasek
  • News in Brief - Daniel De Simone
  • Member Profile - David Bergman
  • In Memoriam - L. Clarice Davis, R.E. Lewis
  • 2006/7 Committee Assignments

And more.

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Spring 2006

Includes:

  • Report from the New World: The 39th California International Antiquarian Book Fair
  • ABAA Member Wins Oscar
  • Newsletter Editor Steps Down after 17 Years
  • Another Perspective on Dust-Jackets
  • Bookscouting in Tijuana
  • Thrice-haired Donnis, and Marc, Her Pirate
  • Arts & Crafts Exhibit opens at the de Young in S.F.
  • Southeast Chapter Launches Web Site
  • Members in the News - Charles Seluzicki
  • In memoriam - Diane Peterson

And more.

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Winter 2006

Includes:

  • The Fate and State of Removable Dust-Jackets
  • In Memoriam - Maury Bromsen
  • Report from ILAB President Bob Fleck
  • Roth Scholarship and Symposium at NYPL Announced
  • Recent Books by Members: What’s the Use of Walking if There’s a Freight Train Going Your Way? Black Hoboes & Their Songs by Paul Garon & Gene Tomko
  • Book Review: Motive for Murder: The Bombs, The Mormons and the Salamander
  • Nominating Committee Notice

And more.

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Fall 2005

Includes:

  • Members Vote to Change By-Laws
  • Giving is Easy; Valuing is Hard
  • Plath & Hughes Exhibit Opens at Grolier Club
  • Letter to the Editor from David Mason
  • The eBay Auction Experience
  • John Carter Brown Library Offers Fellowships
  • Stolen Books Lecture to Take Place in Boston
  • ILAB Congress to Take Place in Philadelphia
  • An Inventory of ABAA Listservs
  • In Memoriam - Tom Budd, Mary Ann Malkin, John McLaughlin

And more.

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