The Rare Books Division, University of Utah, and the University of Georgia invite you to a live-stream talk by Dr. Belinda Stillion Southard, Dept. of Communication Studies, University of Georgia. Dr. Southard will use an image from the rare book collections during her talk. The event is part of the University of Georgia’s participation in TED. Live-streaming for Dr. Southard’s talk begins at 4PM EST, Friday, March 22, 2013. The image is “Philadelphia Hall Burning” from History of Pennsylvania Hall, Philadelphia, 1838, first edition. This book was part of the exhibition, “Public Sentiment: A Nineteenth Century War of Words,” curated by Luise Poulton in 2010. An online version of the exhibition was created by Alison Conner in 2012. It is from the online exhibition that Dr. Southard found our image.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THE THIRD
ANNUAL BOOK COLLECTOR’S EVENING
March 26, 2013 / 6:00 PM
ALTA CLUB 100 East South Temple
Join the University of Utah’s Friends of the J.
Willard Marriott Library for an eventful evening
of rare books, a silent auction, and speaker
Professor Emeritus Peter Crawley’s comments on
collecting and building a bibliography on Mormonia.
Ken Sanders, of Ken Sanders Rare Books, will
comment on Utah writer, Charles Kelly and Melissa
Sanders, Red Queen Bookstore, will talk about
setting up her new fine press and artist’s books store.
The evening will also include the opportunity to
share your book collecting adventures and favorite
books with fellow aficionados.
Reservations: Please contact Judy Jarrow
by March 21, 2013 at 801-581-3421
or email@example.com. $45 per person
- Date: Friday, January 25, 2013
Time: 6:30 PM
Weller Book Works
607 Trolley Square
Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Weller Book Works, Collectors’ Book Salon speaker this month will be Luise Poulton, Managing Curator of the Rare Books Division, Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah. Her talk is entitled “Where Did All These Book Come from? Collecting Books with a History”.
The Collectors’ Book Salon occurs on the last Friday of each month from 6:30 until 9:00 PM. They are semi-formal but playful affairs with music, snacks, and drinks. At 7:30, guests gather for brief bibliographic presentations.
This event is free and open to the public.
March 28, 2012
100 East South Temple
Join the University of Utah’s Friends of the J. Willard Marriott Library for an eventful evening of rare books, a silent auction, and speaker Michael Vinson’s “Following Charlie Everitt on the Overland Trail in Search of Wagner-Camps and Other Western Rarities.” Ken Sanders, Ken Sanders Rare Books, will comment on two Utah writers and Luise Poulton, Marriott Library Rare Book Curator, will talk about the rare books on display from Special Collections.
The Evening will also include the opportunity to share your book collecting adventures and favorite books with fellow aficionados.
To attend: please contact Judy Jarrow at 801-581-3421 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Reservations required. Friends/Members: $40 Non-members: $45
Antiques Roadshow, Dream Garden Press, Edward Abbey, Friends of the Marriott Library, Gould Auditorium, J. Willard Marriott Library, Ken Sanders, Ken Sanders Rare Books, Rare Books Division, Special Collections Gallery, Trent Call, Uconoclasts
March 4, 2012 3:00 p.m. Sunday, Gould Auditorium, J. Willard Marriott Library
Friends of the Marriott Library presents:
“R. Crumb meets the Monkey Wrench Gang: Edward Abbey
and the Modern Environmental Movement”
Ken Sanders has been in the rare book business in Utah since the1970s. He founded Ken Sanders Rare Books in 1997 and Dream Garden Press in 1980. He has been engaged in buying, selling, appraising, and publishing for more than 30 years. Articles by Ken Sanders have appeared in publications such as OP and Firsts Magazine. Ken first appeared as an appraiser for the Antiques Roadshow on the Salt Lake City 2007 season shows. He has since traveled to San Antonio, Spokane, Dallas, El Paso, Billings, Denver, Phoenix and Hartford with the Roadshow. Ken is working on a project called Uconclasts about Utah literary mavericks, with artwork by local artist Trent Call.
Following Ken’s lecture, please join us in the Special Collections Gallery, level 4, for a reception opening the Rare Books Division exhibition: Brave Cowboy: An Edward Abbey Retrospective.
The event is FREE and open to the public.