Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Welcome to Biblio-Connecting Jan 2017



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ANNOUNCEMENTS OF EXHIBITS,  SYMPOSIUMS, AND OTHER BOOK-RELATED EVENTS

Florida Bibliophile Society Keynote Speaker Jan 15th:  Terry Seymour Talks About His Book: 
Boswell's Books: Four Generations of Collecting and Collectors





Contest Begins Jan 9, 2017



See What the Other Book Clubs Have Planned For January and Beyond




FABS Texas Tour


FABS Moscow Tour


LOC Current Exhibits




Duke University Libraries



BLOG PICK OF THE MONTH


Paul Distelberge's Early Modern Typography




FOUND ON THE WEB


Gordon Hollis on Book Collecting in the United States



Rosenbach Lectures in Bibliography


New York State Library Auction Catalog Collection



Wroth on the Validity of Antiquarianism



The William Blake Archive




MY RECENT BLOG POSTS


My Sentimental Library: 
Peter Motteux: Number Five of the Twelve Blog Post For Christmas 


MY UPCOMING BLOG POSTS


My Sentimental Library Blog
A Virtual Tour of My Austin Dobson Collection


Biblio Researching Blog
O for a Booke


Contemplations of MoiBibliomaniac Blog
Hobert's Freaks: The Rare-Book Dealer, The Times Square Talker, and The Lost Photos of Diane Arbus by Gregory Gibson, Reviewed by Jerry Morris




RECENT ACQUISITIONS


Cadillac Jack by Larry McMurty, New York: Simon & Shuster 1982.

Poems for the John by Jackie Kannon, New York: Kanrom, 1960

Alfred Tennyson, Frederick Locker, and Augustine Birrell by Sir Charles Tennyson, Cleveland: Rowfant Club, 1965 (a gift from John Byrne).

Tales of an American Soldier by Werner H. Von Rosenstiel, s.l.:1st Books Library, 2002

Remembering Albert Sperisen by William Pusey Barlow, San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1999.

Dictionaries: Journal of the Dictionary Society of North America, 2016

The Life of Samuel Johnson LL.D. by James Boswell, Edited by Arnold Glover, With an Introduction by Austin Dobson, Volume the First,  London:  J. M. Dent,  New York: McClure, Phillips & Co. 1901

Anything Can Happen: A Poem and Essay by Seamus Heaney with translations in support of amnesty, Dublin: Town House, 2002

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