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In the Press - Younger book dealers are diving into the antiquarian trade

"Right now, we have more younger members than we had 10 years ago," says ABAA President John Thomson in the Los Angeles Times. The article by Carolyn Kellogg introduces two young US dealers: Heather O'Donnell and Dan Whitmore. A good read!

Published on 23 Feb. 2018

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"In the dark economic times of 2009, Dan Whitmore decided to give up being a lawyer in downtown Los Angeles to sell antiquarian books. "People in the firm thought I was nuts," he says.
Now he runs Whitmore Rare Books from his home in Altadena. At 33, he's one of the next generation of antiquarian booksellers — young people going against the digital tide to sell old books, the kind printed in ink on paper."

"Right now, we have more younger members than we had 10 years ago," says ABAA President John Thomson in the Los Angeles Times. The article by Carolyn Kellogg introduces two young US dealers: Heather O'Donnell and Dan Whitmore. A good read!

Read the whole article in The Los Angeles Times (February 2014)


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