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Ann Arbor Antiquarian Book Fair

The Ann Arbor Antiquarian Book Fair, which benefits the William L. Clements Library, will return to the Michigan Union on the campus of the University of Michigan on Sunday, October 23, 2022 for its 46th year. Dealers reported brisk sales in October 2021 and are looking forward to returning in October.

The Ann Arbor Antiquarian Book Fair has brought together booksellers and dealers from across America for nearly fifty years, with exhibitors offering a wide range of old and rare books, Americana, children’s books, autographs and manuscripts, maps, prints, ephemera, photography, fine press material and more.  Since the two oldest non-ABAA book fairs in the country (Rochester & Albany) have been discontinued, the Ann Arbor book fair may very well be the oldest surviving regional fair in the nation.

For information about the fair or to inquire about exhibiting, contact Jay Platt at the West Side Book Shop at jplatt@provide.net or (734) 995-1891.