AE Monthly Reviews - March - 2007 Issue

Brick230

Novels, Poetry and More from The Brick Row Book Shop

By Michael Stillman

This month we review our first catalogue from The Brick Row Book Shop. Brick Row may be new to us, but not to bookselling. The firm was founded by former Yale students in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1915, and over the years, in keeping with the advice of Horace Greeley, has followed a slow progression west. With stops at Princeton, New Jersey, New York, and Austin, Texas, it migrated all the way to its present location in San Francisco. For the past 35 years, California has been its home. It is currently operated by its third owner, John Crichton, who purchased the fi...

Lawbook44

Some Fascinating Cases from The Lawbook Exchange

By Michael Stillman

The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., has issued its 44th catalogue, Law and Legal History, Recent Acquisitions. While the natural target for their catalogues are those either involv...

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Antano

Mexicana, Latin America, and other Recent Acquisitions at Libreria de Antano

By Michael Stillman

Libreria de Antano of Buenos Aires, Argentina, published a catalogue of Recent Acquisitions Including Fine Mexicana in time for the San Francisco Book Fair. This catalogue i...

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Reese252

Travel and Voyages from William Reese

By Michael Stillman

The William Reese Company has issued its first catalogue for 2007, Travel and Voyages. Most books and manuscripts qualify for Reese's usual specialty of Americana or Europea...

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Hordern1

Voyages, Views, Maps & Australiana from Hordern House

By Michael Stillman

Recently received at AE Monthly from halfway around the world is a catalogue of February 2007 acquisitions from Hordern House. The Sydney, Australia, bookseller always provi...

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List

Travels and Other Books from Librairie Thomas-Scheler

By Michael Stillman

Librairie Thomas-Scheler recently published a List of the Books Exhibited at the recent California Antiquarian Book Fair. These are certainly works of importance, as one doe...

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Travel

Travels from Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Antiquarian Bookseller

By Michael Stillman

Just in is the latest catalogue from Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Antiquarian Bookseller and Printdealer of the Netherlands. Catalogue 130 is entitled simply Travel, although it i...

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Forum1

A Collection for the California Book Fair from Antiquariaat Forum

By Michael Stillman

The Antiquariaat Forum recently published a Short Title List with recent acquisitions and a selection from our stock to bring to the California International Antiquarian Bo...

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Bauman2007

More Exceptional Works from Bauman Rare Books

By Michael Stillman

Bauman Rare Books, of Philadelphia and New York, has issued a new collection of exceptional material. As we have come to expect, Bauman offers a variety of high-end material...

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Lambeth53

Texas and Ranching from Maggie Lambeth Rare Books

By Michael Stillman

The latest catalogue to arrive from Maggie Lambeth Rare Books, Maps and Prints, of Blanco, Texas, is entitled Texas and Ranching. Those two go together like Texas and oil. Y...

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Pepper160

More Celebrity and Other Books from James Pepper Rare Books

By Michael Stillman

James Pepper Rare Books has issued their 160th catalogue, containing 150 items primarily related to stars of stage, screen, and books. The Santa Barbara, California, booksel...

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Arader2007

Some Artistic Gifts Offered by the Arader Galleries

By Michael Stillman

The Arader Galleries have issued their Gift Catalogue 2007 for those who appreciate the artistic side of printing. Included are many framed plates, some from books, others s...

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Milroy

The Private Press of Rollin Milroy from Wessel and Lieberman Booksellers

By Michael Stillman

For those who collect the private press, Wessel and Lieberman Booksellers has issued a pamphlet on Rollin Milroy: Heavenly Monkey & earlier imprints. 1997-2006. Milroy oper...

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