AE Monthly Reviews - December - 2004 Issue

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Diverse Americana From Michael Brown Rare Books

By Michael Stillman

Michael Brown Rare Books of Philadelphia has just released their 36th catalogue of Americana. This is a diverse collection of unusual and unexpected material. Many of the items are letters and other one-of-a-kind manuscripts. There is likely something of interest to any Americana collector to be found within its pages. Here are a few examples.

"Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction...." starts the title of item 59, and we will continue if you're strong enough to face the truth. New Orleans As It Is: Its Manners and Customs - Morals - Fashionable Life.... So far so good,...

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American Imprints to 1800 From William Reese

By Michael Stillman

The William Reese Company's latest catalogue, "Early American Imprints to 1800," offers a wide selection of 18th century printed Americana. There are many items from the col...

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Travel From Bernard J. Shapero Rare Books

By Michael Stillman

Bernard J. Shapero Rare Books has issued a catalogue of "Recent Travel Acquisitions." This catalogue includes 106 items recent only to Shapero Rare Books, as they range from...

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Part III of the H.P. Kraus Library From Oak Knoll

By Michael Stillman

Oak Knoll Books has issued its third volume of books "From the Reference Library of H.P. Kraus." Kraus was the legendary New York bookseller that closed after sixty years as...

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American Historical Autographs From Joseph Rubinfine

By Michael Stillman

Joseph Rubinfine's List 152 is described as a collection of American Historical Documents. These are documents running from the late 18th century to the early 20th, and the ...

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Historical Autographs From Catherine Barnes

By Michael Stillman

Catherine Barnes has issued a new catalogue of "Historical Autographs and Documents." The times they are a-changin' and so are catalogues as we know them. Rather than a prin...

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English & European Books Pre-1800 From John Windle

By Michael Stillman

John Windle, Antiquarian Bookseller, of San Francisco, has issued his 38th catalogue. It is entitled "English and European Books Printed Before 1800." While this catalogue h...

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Five Centuries from Joseph Felcone, Antiquarian Booksellers

By Michael Stillman

Joseph J. Felcone Antiquarian Booksellers has issued its Bulletin Ninety-Two. This is not the typical publication for the bookseller noted as the foremost expert on and deale...

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