On Collecting and Legacy with Spencer Stuart

Sponsored by The Book Club of Washington Register for this event on our website: www.bookclubofwashington.org August 14, 2:00pm Los Angeles time Collectors are custodians. The materials that make up their collections are, in most cases, temporarily orbiting around the ideas that ground the collection. "On Collecting and Legacy" deals directly with late stage collecting and […]

Scores & More with Andria Hoy, Cleveland Orchestra Archivist

Sponsored by Northern Ohio Bibliophilic Society Thursday, August 25, 7-8:30 pm Eastern Time Ta dum. Hands clapping for Franz Welzer-Most approaching the Director's podium. Join us for a behind-the-scenes peek into the Archives of the Cleveland Orchestra as Archivist Andria Hoy shares stories about the scores, photos, programs, and objects that reside inside Severance Hall. […]

“International Escapades of a Book Lover” with Professor Art Seto

Sponsored by The Book Club of Washington Online Sunday, August 28, 1 p.m. Los Angeles time Register for this event on our website: www.bookclubofwashington.org Professor Art Seto will introduce us to some of the museums, libraries and other book and printing centers that he has been motivated to experience by his fifty-year love of print […]

A Mind in Exile: Thomas Mann in Princeton, featuring Stanley Corngold

From the Friends of the Princeton University Library A Mind in Exile: Thomas Mann in Princeton, featuring Stanley Corngold Wednesday September 7:00 at 4:00pm Eastern time On September 7, the Friends of Princeton University Library Small Talk series returns with Professor Stanley Corngold, an emeritus professor of German and Comparative Literature, and a discussion about […]

Rare Books LAX: Discounted Admission for FABS Member Societies

DISCOUNT ADMISSION TO RARE BOOKS LAX FOR FABS RARE BOOKS LAX takes off October 14-16, 2022, at The Proud Bird, just minutes from LAX. The FABS community will receive discount admission. Sponsored by Biblio.com, RBLAX brings rare booksellers from throughout the world together to share their love of books, fine prints, maps, ephemera, and more. In conjunction with Rare Books LAX, the 47th Annual American Printing History Association (APHA) conference will also be held […]

Ed Papenfuse: The Enterprising Roach Family of Baltimore, 1819-1830

Sponsored by The Baltimore Bibliophiles A saga of marketing Books, Stationery, Musical instruments, Umbrellas, Printing, and Sign Painting, mixed with Millerites and fisticuffs with the Constabulary! Wednesday, October 20, 2021. 7:00 pm. Eastern Time on Zoom. To register contact Binnie Syril Braunstein at bsbgc@aol.com  

Olya Samilenko on Ukraine: Snow Goose Chronicles: How the Goose Became a Peacock

Sponsored by The Baltimore Bibliophiles Olya Samilenko will speak on her book The Snow Goose Chronicles. A must read for anyone interested in the history of Ukraine, its life, and the fate of Ukrainian peasants during the Soviet period. In this work, Samilenko takes us on a fascinating ride through 20th century Ukraine and its […]

Reid Byers: The Private Library

Sponsored by The Baltimore Bibliophiles Reid Byers will speak on his book The Private Library: The History of the Architecture and Furnishing of the Domestic Bookroom. "The nuts and bolts of private libraries through the centuries is a worthwhile line of cultural inquiry, one that is plumbed thoroughly-and with a flair for context and narrative-by […]