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Book collecting

 Subject
Subject Source: Lcsh: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 135 Collections and/or Records:

A Sackner of Doucet in a Contemporary Avant-Garde Art's Collection / Di Pancrazio, Paola; Sackner MA; Phillips T., 1994

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Identifier: CC-16150-16493
Scope and Contents

This is an English translation of an article in the periodical, Berenice that compares Sackner to Jacques Doucet, a Parisian couturier who established a great collection of the avant garde of the early twentieth century. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1994

Among the Gently Mad / Basbanes, Nicholas A. ; Sackner MA ; Sackner RK., 2001

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Identifier: CC-39638-41597
Scope and Contents

This third volume by the author of " A Gentle Madness" and "Patience & Fortitude" is subtitled Strategies and Perspectives for the Book Hunter in the Twenty-First Century. Basbanes introduces his visit to the Sackner Archive as "By far one of the most unforgettable introductions I have ever had to a private collection came in November 2000 while I was in Forida taking part in the Miami Book Fair." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2001

Antiquarian Book Review. Aug-Sep., 2002

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Identifier: CC-39256-41202
Scope and Contents

This issue includes essays related to the minature book. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2002

Antiquarian Book Review: Byron Special. Feb / Maggs E ; Reese W., 2003

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Identifier: CC-40410-42381
Scope and Contents

This issue contains several essays on Lord Byron. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2003

Antiquarian Book Review. Jul / Carroll L., 2002

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Identifier: CC-39139-41081
Scope and Contents

This issue includes essays related to children's books, including Alice in Wonderland and the Wizard of Oz series. Ed Maggs contributes an essay on collecting titled "From the Tea Room." JustinSchiller recounts his early years as a book collector and then dealer of children's books beginning with "The Wizard of Oz." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2002

Antiquarian Book Review: Nelson in the Dock. Apr / Reeves J ; Apianus P., 2003

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Identifier: CC-40684-42658
Scope and Contents

This issue contains several essays on maritime books and includes two illustrations of Apianus' "Astronomicum Caesarum." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2003

Antiquarian Book Review: Rare Book Review. No.347/Apr / Reese W ; Maggs E ; Phillips T., 2004

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Identifier: CC-42354-44364
Scope and Contents

The name of this periodical was changed to "Rare Book Review." Tom Phillips' is described "as a translator of imagery [who] is also sympathetic to the poet's commentary on the politics of his time within the Comedy, and updates the message by alluding to modern equivalents." This is in an essay by Jack Hinton "To Hell and Back" that searches for graphic impressions of Dante's infernal masterpiece. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2004

Antiquarian Book Review: Rare Book Review. No.349/Jun / Reese W ; Maggs E ; Falter M ; Falter L., 2004

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Identifier: CC-42546-44561
Scope and Contents

Matthew Reisz contributes an essay "Falter's Psalters" about the printers and owners of Facsimile Editions. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2004

Antiquarian Book Review: Rare Book Review. No.351/Sep / Joyce J., 2004

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Identifier: CC-42981-45026
Scope and Contents

This issue records auction results of James Joyce material. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2004

Antiquarian Book Review: Rare Book Review. No.353/Nov., 2004

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Identifier: CC-42983-45028
Scope and Contents

This issue includes a brief essay dealing with the Grolier Club in New York City. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2004

Antiquarian Book Review: Rare Book Review. No.354/Dec-Jan / Oliver Robinson, editor., 2005

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Identifier: CC-52154-73273
Scope and Contents

Sandra Hindman interviews Lawrence Schoenberg in an essay "Spreading the Word" in which the collector reflects on the ways of thinking about his manuscript collection that modern scholarship ignores. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2005

Antiquarian Book Review: Rare Book Review. No.361/Oct-Nov / Reese W., 2005

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Identifier: CC-44167-46293
Scope and Contents

This issue includes an essay on book collecting and dealing in Russia. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2005

Antiquarian Book Review: Rare Book Review. No.362/Dec-Jan / Reese W ; Carroll L., 2005

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Identifier: CC-44301-46431
Scope and Contents

An essay provides an historical perspective on Nabakov's "Lolita." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2005

Antiquarian Book Review: Rare Book Review. No.363/Feb-Mar / VanVleit C ; Phillips T., 2006

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Identifier: CC-44554-46705
Scope and Contents

There is a brief mention (page 9) of Tom Phillips' Dante's Inferno in an exhibition entitled "The Devine Collaboration" held at Cambridge University in 2006. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2006

Antiquarian Book Review: Rare Book Review. No.368/Dec-Jan., 2006

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Identifier: CC-46134-48846
Scope and Contents

This issue contains an article "Daylight Lottery" which describes how "the impressive buying power of US institutions has seen the collections of many European writers housed away from their home markets - to public outcry. In the first part of her investigation, Sara Waterson reveals how the problem starts at governmental level." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2006

Antiquarian Book Review: Rare Book Review. No.369/Feb-Mar7., 2007

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Identifier: CC-46364-49089
Scope and Contents

This issue contains an article "Overpaid and Over There..." which is a continuation of the description of how "the impressive buying power of US institutions has seen the collections of many European writers housed away from their home markets - to public outcry. In this second part of Sara Waterson's investigation, several USA university and private librairies are mentioned including Emory University, Lilly Library, Harry Ransom Center, Houghton Library, Huntington Library, and Beinecke Library. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2007

Antiquarian Book Review: Rare Book Review. No.370/Apr-May / Fogg S., 2007

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Identifier: CC-46479-49208
Scope and Contents

Sandra Hinman reviews the exhibition at the Grolier Club that celebrates the history of minature books. Dealer Sam Fogg is interivews by B.T. Wolfe in an essay "You've Got to Keep Rolling the Dice." Tabitha Barda contirbutes and essay "Cats or Mouse?" that describes how the internet has revolutionized the rare book trade. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2007