Tennessee Antiquarian
Booksellers' Association

2014 Tennessee Antiquarian Book Fair

 

McClurg Hall, University of the South

Sewanee, Tennessee

40 Dealer Booths

 

Saturday, July 26:  10am - 5pm

Sunday, July 27:  11am - 4pm

 

General Admission:  $10.00 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
For more information contact: info@tennaba.org

Tennessee Antiquarian Booksellers' Association

2014 Acting President:

Joel Tomlin

Landmark Booksellers

114 East Main Street

Franklin, Tennessee 37064

615-791-6400

joel@landmarkbooksellers.com

 

Now in our FOURTH year, the 2014 Tennessee Antiquarian Book Fair will be held July 25-27 at McClurg Hall on the campus of the University of the South in Sewanee. Booksellers from more than half the states east of the Mississippi River and at least one foreign country will exhibit at this year’s fair. Virginia, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, New York, Kansas, and Florida are just some of the states represented by participating booksellers (See list below). We are happy to be back on campus this year and look forward to a great weekend of good books and good friends!

 

The fair will include a variety of collectable and rare books, autographed documents, and other ephemera. Bibliophiles will discover modern first editions of literature, mystery, and science fiction. Collectable books and documents concerning the War Between the States, the American Revolution, and both World Wars will be available. Dealers specializing in children’s literature, art, religion, fine bindings, and books about books will also be exhibiting at the fair. Book prices ranging from $10 to $50,000 are sure to pique the interest of the leisure reader as well as the most avid collector.

 

 

The University of the South was founded in 1857 by ten dioceses of the Episcopal Church. However, the Civil War interrupted the plans for the school and it was re-founded in 1866. Often referred to as Sewanee, it is consistently ranked in the top 5 to 10% of American colleges. The college is also famous for the Sewanee Review which is the oldest continuously published literary quarterly in America. Published by the university since 1892, it has never missed an issue!

Booksellers planning to participate in the 2014 fair TO BE ANNOUNCED