The Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia was founded in 1947 at the University in Charlottesville in order to promote interest in books and manuscripts, maps, printing, the graphic arts, and bibliography and textual criticism. Within a few years these interests had resulted in exhibitions, contests for student book collectors and Virginia printers, the establishment of a small press, an international speakers series, and an active publications program. In its fifty-five years the Society has produced about 175 separate publications--in addition to 54 issues of its Secretary's News Sheet and 54 volumes of its annual journal Studies in Bibliography (and reprints of 20 of them). The current editor, David L. Vander Meulen, welcomes submissions on matters of bibliographical method and evidence.
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