Seventeen Booksellers' Catalogues Reviewed In Section Two
Seventeen new bookseller catalogues are reviewed in Section Two of AE Monthly for September. There is modern literature from Ken Lopez, literature and entertainment from Waverly Books. There is a collection of 19th century photography presented by Bernard J. Shapero Rare Books, artistic books from the Veatchs, and cinema, firsts and the eclectic from James Pepper Rare Books.
Michael Graves-Johnston offers books about Ethiopia, Paul Orssich Spain, its neighbors and colonies. The Lawbook Exchange has legal works from the British colonial empire. Americana is offered by Michael Brown Rare Books and David Lesser Antiquarian Books, while the American West is the focus of Clark Rare Books and Gene W. Baade. The Arader Galleries offer a collection of Texana. Hordern House takes us to the Pacific Rim with Captain Cook. A variety of new acquisitions are offered by John Michael Lang Fine Books and John Waite Rare Books, while Bauman Rare Books presents a "Summer Miscellany."
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