This list is compiled by Sid Huttner and includes catalogs received by him which include books of interest to GBW members. Catalog number, address, phone number and Internet address (when stated in the catalog) are recorded.
The Bookpress 102 (310 items). P.O. Box KP, Williamsburg , VA 23187. 804 229-1260. bookpress@ widomaker.com. 78 books about books and fine printing.
Colophon Book Shop 44 (565 items). 117 Water Street, Exeter, NH 03833. 603 772-8443. email@example.com. Kelmscott Press, William Morris & His Circle, the John J. Walsdorf Collection. Limited to 1500 copies at $10 plus 34 numbered copies bound by Gray Parrot, each containing a left from the Kelmscott Press edition of Gothic Architecture, at $175. List 92: 221 items, bibliography and history of the book.
Emmett Harrington Books 9 (252 items). P.O. Box 27326, San Francisco, CA 94127. 415-587-4604. firstname.lastname@example.org. Fine press books, predominantly from western American presses; 50 Book Club of California publications.
Frits Knuf 189 (403 items) and 190 (413 items). P.O.B. 780, 5340 AT Oss, The Netherlands. 011-599-0-412-626072. Book arts, including typography, illustration, bookbinding and papermaking.
Jonathan A. Hill 105 (657 items). 325 West End Avenue, New York, NY 10023-8145. 212 496-7856. email@example.com. Bibliography, including a final selection from the library of Emil Offenbacher. Books on bookbinding and other book arts.
Joshua Heller New Series List Two (562 items). P.O. Box 39114, Washington, DC 20016-9114. 202-966-9411. firstname.lastname@example.org. Book about books and book arts, part of a collection of more than 5000 books in these subjects. Indexed by names and presses.
V.J. Moss 33 (385 items). 83 Chaigley Road, Longridge, Preston pr3 3tq, England. 44-1772-782943. Books about books (including book arts). 9 Roxburge Club publications.
Charles B. Wood III 93 (210 items). P.O. Box 2369, Cambridge, MA 02238. 617 868-1711. cbw@world. std.com. History, Technology and Art of the Book in the 19th Century. From Edwin A. Abbey to Joseph W. Zaehnsdorf, a tour de force.