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HLB logoThe new year is getting off to a good start. Three issues of the Harvard Library Bulletin will be mailed to subscribers in the next few weeks and this will go a long way to getting it up to date.

Volume 24: Number 2 (Summer 2013) includes three articles. Michael Winship is the author of “‘Yours for Freedom’: John P. Jewett Writes to Charles Sumner;” Liz Maynes-Aminzade is the author of “Literary Fetishes: The Brontë Miniature Books;” and Melissa Banta is the author of “Conceptual Constructions: Preservation of Harvard’s Brontë Juvenilia.”

Volume 24: Number 3 (Fall 2013) contains the catalogs of the exhibitions which took place in the spring of this year at Houghton Library and the Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the birth of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. This number also includes articles by Paul Corneilson, Managing Editor of the Collected Works of C.P.E Bach, Christoph Wolff, Director of the Bach-Archiv, Leipzig and David Schulenberg, author of the recently published The Music of C.P.E. Bach.

Volume 25: Number 1 (Spring 2014) contains G. Thomas Tanselle’s 100th George Parker Winship Lecture “A Bibliographer’s Creed.”

If one of your new year’s resolutions is to read more broadly, then might we respectfully recommend these issues to your attention? They make fascinating reading in a wide variety of pertinent topics.

Harvard Library Bulletin, Volume 25: Number 1 (Spring 2014)

This post was contributed by William P. Stoneman, Curator of Early Books and Manuscripts and Editor, Harvard Library Bulletin.

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