Rare book fair underway in Buffalo
50 vintage booksellers from the northeast U.S. and Ontario have converged on Buffalo to sell rare books.
The second annual Buffalo Niagara International Antiquarian Book, Paper & Ephemera Fair continues Saturday at the Adam’s Mark Hotel & Event Center in Buffalo, N.Y.
You can browse through many books from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Vintage booksellers traveled from across New York State and as far away as Vermont, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Ontario to bring their wares to Buffalo.
The fair will be open to the public and admission will be $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and free for children under 12. Items in the following categories will be available for purchase:
Americana, Civil War, American History
Autographs, Manuscripts, Documents and Signed Books
Books on Books
Children’s and Illustrated Books
Color Plate Books
Modern First Editions, Literature, Poetry and Fine Press Books
Mystery, Detective, Espionage and Adventure Fiction
New York State
Performing Arts, Music, Theatre, Dance and Film
Prints and Maps
Regional and Town Histories, including New York State and Genealogy
Science, Natural History and Medicine and Technology
Sporting, Angling, Hunting, Horses and Dogs
Wizard of Oz
The fair is presented by Ronald Cozzi of Buffalo’s Old Editions Book Shop and Café and Garry Austin of Wilmington, Vermont’s Austin's Antiquarian Books.
WNED’s photographer Eileen Elibol checked out the event Friday and shared her photos with WBFO!