Langdon Manor Books has published their Catalog 4, African Americana. Langdon Manor specializes in "the extraordinary history of the every day," which well describes this catalogue. The material – books, letters, posters, photographs, and such – are mostly from "ordinary" African Americans, not famous leaders. That is not to say the Kings and Douglasses do not appear, but they often appear in material from regular folks, serving as an inspiration. And then, other items consist of archives or photo albums from African American families, schools, organizations, and military units....
Rare Book Monthly Reviews - March - 2018 Issue
The William Reese Company has published their Catalogue 350 of Rare Americana. This one is another milestone, and they are celebrating no. 350 with 50 special items in Americana. There is nothing o...Read More
Zephyr Used & Rare Books has created a catalogue entitled Photographica. It is filled with items featuring, naturally enough, photographs. Some are photo albums and archives, a few with thousan...Read More
The George S. MacManus Company has issued Part II of their catalogue of Indians & The West. Part II explains why all author names begin with letters from M-Z. It contains 260 items about the Ol...Read More
John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller has issued a catalogue of 32 Works of Oscar Wilde and Aubrey Beardsley. Wilde was, of course, the writer, Beardsley the artist and illustrator. They both came fro...Read More
David M. Lesser Fine Antiquarian Books has released their Catalogue 160 of Rare Americana. To be accurate, we have to note there are a few British items in here this time, but they relate either to...Read More