We are pleased to be exhibiting at this year’s Boston Antiquarian Book Fair: Virtual Edition. We’ve selected a wide array of new material for the fair, ranging from early American imprints to rare Mexican books to archives to photographs from the Japanese internment camps of World War II. Highlights include a rare Mexican prayer book with the copper plate used in its printing; the first American work on aeronautics; photographs of early Texas oil fields; an early Ohio surveying manual; cartes-de-visite of two Chinese immigrants to Montana; and much more. Enjoy!
Our latest list features thirteen items new to inventory and freshly catalogued, all modestly priced. Highlights include a program for lady bullfighters in Tijuana; two panoramic photos of African-American naval men; a rare viewbook of Hawaii; an unrecorded treatise on socialism in the West; a partial run of a feminist newspaper from Seattle; a wonderful map documenting the route of the Alaska-Canada Highway, and more. Enjoy!
For this virtual fair, we have gathered together eighteen pieces of Americana, many of them California or Western related. Highlights include a photo album of businessmen traveling around the West at the turn of the century; a rare Mexican proclamation on the Santa Fe Trail; an Arizona cattle promo with beaten copper wrappers; a rare San Francisco street guide with map, and more. Enjoy!
We offer you a list of 30 items priced $300 or less. Most of these items have not been previously advertised in a list or book fair. They encompass a wide variety of formats and subjects, including manuscripts, African-Americana, Latin Americana, Western Americana, and a handsome photo-illustrated book. There is something for everyone. Enjoy!
This fair marks the two year anniversary of the start of our business, and we’ve pulled together an outstanding selection of materials in all price ranges in honor of the occasion. These include a rare Japanese directory produced at the Manzanar internment camp; the roll book for an African-American unit in the Civil War; the earliest surviving Brooklyn telephone directories; an intricate bird’s eye view of Hackensack; an eccentric assemblage of spiritualist art on cabinet cards by a California photographer; several archives; as well as numerous other choice pieces of Latin Americana, Western Americana, photography, and more. Enjoy!
Our latest list offers up thirty-five items new to inventory and freshly catalogued, in a wide array of formats and subject areas. Highlights include a rare and unrecorded African-American women’s lodge item from Missouri; a rare work on Cuban railroads published in Cienfuegos; stereoviews of an industrial manufacturer in Chicago; an archive of a Cincinnati policeman’s beat in the 1940s; a photo album of a woman missionary in Bolivia in the 1930s; an enormous oil plat map from Texas; a scarce account of crime and villainy published in rural Tennessee in the 1830s; and much more. Enjoy!