We’ll be exhibiting at the Boston Book, Print & Ephemera Show, The Satellite Show, Saturday, November 11, 2017, 8 am – 4 pm, Back Bay Events Center, 180 Berkeley Street, Boston.
This Sunday, October 15, 2017, we’ll be exhibiting at the 13th Annual Pioneer Valley Book & Ephemera Fair, 10 am – 4 pm, Smith Vocational School, 80 Locust St (Route 9), Northampton, Massachusetts.
We invite all to attend.
40 of your favorite dealers from Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, New Jersey & even Ohio will offer early, modern, collectible, rare, scholarly, fine & downright used books, manuscripts, ephemera, prints, maps, autographs, postcards, photographs & probably some incarnations of paper & print which I’ve forgotten.
It’s a great time to visit the Pioneer Valley! We’re plastered with pumpkins, potted mums, apples for picking or purchase, cider of several stripes. We got Five Colleges! (University of Massachusetts, Amherst College, Mount Holyoke College, Smith College, Hampshire College) with students to visit, football games to watch, rare book libraries with exhibits & several noteworthy art museums! The foliage committee is working 3 shifts & we shall strive to please the leaf peepers! So come, already! No excuses!
What the media are saying: ‘tremendous’, ‘fantastic’, ‘greatest’, ‘best’, ‘incredible’, ‘unpresidented’, ‘believe me’. Oh, yeah, ‘epic’, i forgot ‘epic’.
Hoping to enjoy your visit,
We will be exhibiting at & cordially invite all to attend the 11th Annual Pioneer Valley Book & Ephemera Fair, Sunday, October 18, 2015, 10 am – 4 pm, Smith Vocational School, 80 Locust Street (Route 9), Northampton, Massachusetts. Sponsored by Southern New England Antiquarian Booksellers, www.sneab.com
Admission is $6; $1 discount with card, advertisement, printout from website; ages 12-21 $3; under 12 free.
About 50 dealers will offer antiquarian, fine, collectible, rare, & used books, pamphlets, broadsides, maps, posters, prints, manuscripts, autographs, postcards, photographs, original artwork, all manner of paper ephemera.
Of particular note, Battledore Books, Kingston, New York, will display original artwork for children’s books & Chinese propaganda; Brier Hill Gallery, West Roxbury, Massachusetts will show fine 20th century wood engravings; Commonwealth Books, Boston, Massachusetts, will offer modern literature published by Black Widow & Second Line Presses; For the Collector, Glendale, Rhode Island, specializes in 16th-19th century religion & New England history; Joslin Hall Rare Books, Northampton, Massachusetts will bring books & ephemera on decorative arts, design & architecture; Periodyssey, Northampton, Massachusetts, will feature collectible magazines; Schoen Books, South Deerfield, Massachusetts, specializes in Judaica & holocaust literature; Southpaw Books, Conway, Massachusetts, sells social reforms & African-Americana; White Fox Rare Books, West Windsor, Vermont, features fine illustrated & color plate books; Wesley Williams, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, offers books on history of science & medicine; Yesterdays Gallery, East Woodstock, Connecticut, deals in jazz age & depression era literature in original dust-jackets.
Foliage crews are working 24/7, armed with buckets of bright red, orange & yellow; pumpkins & potted mums will line the roadsides; pick your own apples; stock up on cider; Yankee Candle will undoubtedly favor the season with several new & appropriately named scents; college students will be everywhere; politics & perhaps even the sky a lovely & comforting shade of blue.
For a list of all exhibitors visit: www.pioneervalleybookfair.com
Library History Seminar XIII will be held at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts from Friday July 31st through Sunday August 2d, 2015. Held every 4-5 years since 1961, founders Louis Shores and Wayne Shirley also established the Library History Round Table (LHRT) of the American Library Association. The Seminar features scholarly presentations, field trips, and a bookseller showcase on Saturday afternoon. The seminar will delve into the enduring and evolving aspects of libraries and librarianship.
We will be exhibiting at the showcase on Saturday Afternoon from 2-6 pm, which is open to the public. We will be offering books and printed ephemera related to library history, dedications, catalogs, exhibits, reports, librarians, as well as books about books, publishing, printing, bookseller and book auction catalogs.
Visit the show website for directions, list of dealers, &c: