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Announcing a new miniature publication from Bromer Booksellers and Heavenly Monkey
Bromer Booksellers and Heavenly Monkey are pleased to announce the publication of XI LXIVMOS: Memoirs of a Bibliomidget , a descriptive bibliography of the eleven miniature books published by Anne & David Bromer between 1977 and 1985, along with brief stori...

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Bromer Donation Makes Big Impression
Mary Flannery, David and Anne Bromer, and Kit Jenkins As part of their ongoing philanthropic mission relating to art and the printed word, Anne and David Bromer have donated a working letterpress printshop to Lynn, Massachusetts-based RAW Art Works . In the...

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Visit us at the Library History Seminar XIII Showcase
Bromer Booksellers will be exhibiting in the vendor showcase at the Library History Seminar XIII , taking place this year on August 1st at Simmons College in Boston. Registration is required to attend the seminar presentations, but the showcase is free and ...

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Announcing our new website!
We have been hard at work collaborating with the fine folks at Bibliopolis to upgrade our website, bromer.com . The new site launched today for your book-viewing pleasure and has a responsive design so that you can browse on any device. Going forward, we wi...

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Jack Whirler's Alphabet
Jack Whirler's Alphabet; or, The St. Paul's Primer . Adorned with Cuts by the Newberys , is a celebration of the engaging eighteenth-century children's books produced by three generations of the Newbery firm. Cotsen Children's Library at Princeton Universit...

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Annual Reception for the Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair
Bromer Booksellers cordially invites you to our annual reception on the eve of the Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair , Thursday, November 13th from noon to 5pm. Please join us on the second floor of 607 Boylston Street for light refreshments, book ...

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On October 9th, the Cary Graphic Arts Collection at the Rochester Institute of Technology will be hosting a reception commemorating their 45th anniversary and unveiling a new exhibition, 45: Selections from the RIT Cary Graphic Arts Collection. A talk at 5pm will discuss the newest major acquisition by the collection, the 1891 Albion printing press owned by both William Morris and Frederic Goudy. For more information on the reception and exhibition, visit the Cary Collection website at http://library.rit.edu/cary/news/opening-and-dedication-kelmscottgoudy-press

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Celebrating Beatrice Warde
Via After a short hiatus, we're back on the occasion of typographical scholar Beatrice Warde's birthday. Born on September 20th, 1900, Warde lived during a renaissance in American and British graphic design and was a woman who made a name for herself in the...

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Miniature Book Society Conclave in Boston, August 15-17
The Miniature Book Society is an organization interested in all aspects of miniature books, or books measuring three inches or less, including the design, production, and distribution of these tiny treasures. Every year, members of the Society meet around t...

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E-catalogue 40: Recent Acquisitions for Early Summer
Welcome to our 40th e-catalogue , comprised of a varied, interesting selection of recent acquisitions priced under $2,000. When putting this selection together, we aimed to include books that covered all of our specialty areas, which in a couple of cases, a...
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