Charles Seluzicki will display a delightful group of original drawings by Garth Williams, the beloved illustrator for the New Yorker and children’s classics like Stuart Little.

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Also in Seluzicki’s booth will be a group of inscribed Ernest Haycox’s novels, family association copies.

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Ken Sanders Fine Books will bring a copy of George Orwell’s 1945 classic Animal Farm: A Fairy Story….

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…as well as D. H. Lawrence’s controversial 1928 novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover.

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Collins Books will have a signed limited special edition of Peterkin and Ullman’s seminal 1933 photographic study of plantation life in the South entitled Roll, Jordan, Roll.

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Collins Books will also exhibit Yee & Tam’s incredibly rare two volume set of Chinese Bamboo Carving.

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Peter and Donna Thomas will bring Donna’s very own Hetch Hetchy Flora: A Collection of Wildflowers Painted on May 22, 2013.

In Mark Funke’s booth, one may expect to see “Dress Me Up, I’m Your Bellboy”…..

…..alongside “East German Train Spotter.”

Nudelman Rare Books is excited to show a first edition of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity with a signed formula “E = MC2” by Einstein…..

…..in addition to a rare first American edition in the original binding of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.

Montgomery Rare Books will have on hand a manuscript note of Abraham Lincoln…..

…..as well as an autographed letter signed from the Marquis de Lafayette.

Peter Harrington brings an important early 19th century work in the field of polar exploration….

….as well as Virginia Woolf’s very own copy of A Week in a French Country-House.

Dale Steffey Books returns this year with a marvelous Glen Coffield archive…..

…..and a nice copy of John F. Kennedy’s Why England Slept.

In John W. Knott’s booth, check out these spectacular covers, the first being Carmichael’s The Man From the Moon…..

….as well as Rex Stout’s Where There’s a Will.

Carpe Diem Fine Books will feature a two volume Leonardo da Vinci biography in a striking art binding, a gift from Ashendene Press founders St. John and Cicely Hornby to her mother.

Carpe Diem will also display a most unique item, a Presentation Board of ~88 Sailor’s Knots by Crew of U. S. S. Constitution.

Pirages Fine Books will have this beautiful Kelmscott Press item…..

…..as well as Sander’s masterful set on orchids.

Blume Books will venture up from Oregon with Burton’s Book of the Sword in hand…..

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…..as well as Webster’s 1677 work entitled Displaying of Supposed Witchcraft.

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David Spilman Fine Books returns with a couple of outstanding items, namely The Worst Journey in the World by Apsley Cherry-Garrard…..

…..and Under the North Pole by Sir George Hubert Wilkins.

From Tucson, Thorn Books will be arriving with Shackleton’s Last Voyage: The Story of the Quest….

…..as well as this fascinating Alexander von Humboldt item.