COLLECTORS, BOOKSELLERS, AND LIBRARIES: ESSAYS ON AMERICANISTS AND THE RARE BOOK MARKET. William S. Reese.
COLLECTORS, BOOKSELLERS, AND LIBRARIES: ESSAYS ON AMERICANISTS AND THE RARE BOOK MARKET.

COLLECTORS, BOOKSELLERS, AND LIBRARIES: ESSAYS ON AMERICANISTS AND THE RARE BOOK MARKET.

New Haven: Overland Press, 2018. viii,[2],321,[1]pp. Publisher's black cloth backstrip and decoratively-patterned boards, spine gilt. New. In original pictorial dust jacket. Item #WRCAM54130

A wonderful compilation of essays by the owner of this firm, and the man Gary Kurutz has described as the "dean of Americana dealers." This collection of essays addresses two distinct themes. The first part is devoted to notable figures in the world of printed and manuscript Americana, including collectors, booksellers, bibliographers, and librarians. The second section assembles a series of essays by Mr. Reese covering the contemporary rare book market, from World War II to the present day. All of these essays draw upon Mr. Reese's extensive experience as an antiquarian bookseller over the last five decades. Essential reading for Americanists, bibliophiles, book dealers, librarians, and anyone else interested in the modern book trade.

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