From my Biblio Researching blog:
Researching the Value of Outlines of the Life of Shakespeare
From my Biblio-Connecting blog:
Biblio-Connecting: monthly blogs
From My Sentimental Library blog:
Jan: Always Be On Time
My goal was to post at least one blog entry per month. In two months I posted two entries to this blog. And in two months I posted two entries from my other blogs.
Jan: Arthur Schlesinger's Bookplate:The Whole Picture
How I discovered the source document for Schlesinger's bookplate
Feb: Changing Bookplates: Multiple Bookplates of Famous People
Inputs from the bookplate maven Lew Jaffe, the book collector Mark Samuels Lasner, and the scholar Linde Brocato.
Mar: Two Hurt Books And Their Former Owners
Two books formerly owned by two New Yorkers: Paul Leicester Ford and Daniel Van Pelt.
Mar: Maureen E. Mulvihill List of Online Work
The online works of the guest hostess, the Irish-American Scholar Maureen E. Mulvihill.
Apr: My William Targ Collection
Targ was a bookseller, author, editor, publisher, and book collector. A true bibliophile.
May: My Many Lives of Samuel Johnson
Grab a chair. I have a lot of biographies of Samuel Johnson.
Jun: Ten Books From Texas and Two Reminiscences
My first visit to Larry McMurtry's town of books in Archer City, Texas
Jul: Blog Posts From Two of My Other Blogs
The first post is from my Biblio Researching blog and documents my somewhat fumbling research of a Greek classic. The second post is a running diary of my life in the book world. An abbreviated version was published in the October issue of The Caxtonian.
Aug: Grand Moments
All about grandchildren, mine and those belonging to bibliophiles in my library.Sep: My Autograph Letter Collection
Another part of My Sentimental Library Collection. I strive to have copies of books by and about authors I collect, books they formerly owned, bookplates if they had them, catalogues of their libraries, and autograph letters either to or from them.
Oct: In And About Foley
A post about an American bibliographer.
Nov:J.O. Halliwell-Phillipps, Bibliophile
My review of The Shakespeare Thefts perked my interest in Halliwell-Phillipps.
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Yes. 2011 has been a very good year for reading, researching, collecting, and posting about books. May 2012 be an even better year!
Wishing all of you a Happy and Healthy New Year!