Aims to promote bibliographical publications and the preservation and extension of knowledge of printed works and manuscripts, particularly those relating to Canada.
Focuses on scholarly interest in physical bibliography and the history of the written word.
Organization keeping its member clubs informed of news, events, publications, and activities related to books and book collecting.
Founded in 1922. Membership of the Society is available, on application, to all those interested in manuscripts, printed books and the arts and trades connected with them.
Founded in order to promote interest in books and manuscripts, maps, printing, the graphic arts, and bibliography and textual criticism.
Philadelphia's club for book collectors, booksellers, and anyone interested in books. Includes club history and membership information.
Provides history and information about Czech bookplates. Offers biographies of noted artists, resources and a membership application form. [English, Czech and German]
A Library of Congress affiliate featuring, state center affiliates, community of the book organizations, reading promotion partners, book fairs and other literary events.
Founded in 1892, this is the senior learned society dealing with the study of the book and its history.