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Now Available for Pre-Order!

The Private Library
The History of the Architecture and Furnishing of the Domestic Bookroom

by Reid Byers

To see the online listing, click HERE.

Expected to ship late May

Read an interview with author Reid Byers HERE.

 

Now Available for Pre-Order!

One Hundred Works Famous in Typography

by Jerry Kelly

To see the online listing, click HERE.

 

Companion catalogue to the Grolier Club exhibition on view

May 12, 2021 through July 31, 2021

   

New from The Grolier Club!

   

Magazines and the American Experience: Highlights from the Collection of Steven Lomazow, M.D.

 The companion to the exhibition on show at the Grolier Club from January 19 to April 24, 2021. At 324 pages and lavishly illustrated with 435 color illustrations, the catalogue takes the reader on a chronological tour of the American magazine from 1733 to the present. This is followed by an examination of specialty magazines, with chapters on sports, literature, pulp, and entertainment, among others.

To see the full listing, click HERE.

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Taming the Tongue in the Heydey of English Grammer (1711-1851)
by Bryan A. Garner

The companion to the Grolier Club exhibition of the same title (March 3 to May 15, 2021). Featuring 100 items, Garner's book makes the primers of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries come alive in ways their concerned and idiosyncratic authors might not have envisioned. 

To see the full listing, click HERE.