Our Most Recent Catalog
We posted the first half of this list a couple of weeks ago. That one was called “Half and Half.” Being book dealers of good sense, and anything but halfwits, we have decided to call this list “The Other Half.” It is a modest but appealing assemblage of books and ephemera, including French language editions of voyages by Vancouver and Krasheninnikov, pamphlet material pertaining to Alaska and Canadian mining, an early chart of Martha’s Vineyard, and very pretty copies of Dellenbaugh’s A Canyon Voyage, and Slocum’s classic Sailing Alone Around the World. Now that our shelves are in order we can get to work on our Year End Catalog, which will be coming along next month to coincide, sensibly, with the enhd of the year.
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Last month I stirred the pot up by posting an entry which several readers construed as “political.” A few disapproved of using a commercial space to post a personal message. A few supported the post, and most people didn’t give a damn. In that spirit I … More >>