BIBLIO, THE MAGAZINE FOR COLLECTORS OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS AND EPHEMERA

BIBLIO, THE MAGAZINE FOR COLLECTORS OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS AND EPHEMERA.

  • Eugene, OR: Aster Publishing Corporation, 1997.
  • 4to.
  • paper wrappers.
  • 80 pages.

Price: $4.95  other currencies

Order Nr. 49990

VOLUME 2, NO.10, OCT. 97. IN THIS ISSUE: David Tannenbaum reports on looking for ancient scriptures in the Horn of Africa; David Thompson Thompson writes on William Henry Ainsworth, early Victorian author of historical romances and crime novels; Zena Pearlstone examines origins and persistence of stereotypes of Native Americans in advertising; Amy Hanson presents the history of Everyman's Library. In Features: In Milestones Roy Meador reminds us not to forget the centennial of Stoker's Dracula; In Book Places Terry Conway introduces readers to Baldwin's Book Barn near West Chester, PA; antiquarian Stephanie Howlett-West recounts her experiences in compiling a (not yet completed) bibliography of the well-known science fiction and fantasy author C.J. Cherryh, in Collector's Corner, AND MUCH MORE.