AE Monthly Reviews - November - 2004 Issue

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Travels And More From<br>The 19th Century Shop

The 19th Century Shop offers its most recent catalogue of important books and ephemera titled "Recent Acquisitions plus Travel and Exploration." This is a hard catalogue to describe since it covers a wide range of material. What we can say is that all of the items are significant, and then proceed to a few examples.

P.T. Barnum wrote two autobiographies. The second was, naturally, more complete as he had lived longer by then. It was published in 1869 under the title Struggles and Triumphs; Or, Forty Years' Recollections of P.T. Barnum. Written by himself. This one is a presentation copy...

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All Kinds of Americana <br>From Almagre Books

By Michael Stillman

Almagre Books has issued its 21st catalogue, "Americana." This is a large and far-ranging collection, 476 items in all. It starts with a book of Ansel Adams photographs and e...

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Voyages And More From The Antiquariaat Forum

By Michael Stillman


This printing from the Antiquariaat Forum isn't quite a catalogue. Perhaps its title describes it best: "Short Title List with recent acquisitions and a selection from our...

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Vintage Paperbacks From Black Ace Books

By Michael Stillman

This month we review not only the catalogue of a new bookseller, but a new type of catalogue as well. Black Ace Books of Los Angeles specializes in paperbacks. Paperbacks ar...

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Rare Architectural Books<br>From Charles Wood

By Michael Stillman

Charles Wood Antiquarian Booksellers has issued its 120th catalogue, "Rare Architectural Books from circa 1800 to circa 1950." There really isn't anything more to say in ter...

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Literary Classics from<br>James Cummins Bookseller

By Michael Stillman

James Cummins Bookseller's latest catalogue comes without a name, other than "Catalogue 90." That's not very descriptive, so you'll have to trust us for one. We'll go with "...

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Strange and Eccentric: American Books<br>From Garrett Scott, Bookseller

By Michael Stillman

This month we review our first catalogue from Garrett Scott, Bookseller. Its title is "American Books," and it is one of the more interesting and entertaining rare book cata...

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Literature and Filmscripts From<br>The William Reese Company

By Michael Stillman

The William Reese Company has issued its catalogue number 233, and this one is different from the typical Reese catalogue we see. Most of their catalogues are focused on ite...

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More Intriguing Americana From David Lesser Antiquarian Books

By Michael Stillman

David M. Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books always gives us an interesting collection of material in the field of Americana. His catalogue 82 of "Rare Americana" is no exception....

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