Bauman Rare Books Hosts “The American President,” A Collection Of Books, Documents And Collectibles Of Famous American Presidents

Free exhibit opens Oct. 9 through election day, Nov. 6

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Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 02, 2012

In honor of the Presidential election, from October 9 through November 6, Bauman Rare Books hosts “The American President,” an exceptional exhibit showcasing a selection of rare books, artifacts and autograph documents and letters relating to the U.S. presidency.

Featured are such items as a book from Thomas Jefferson’s library; a pair of spectacles belonging to Abraham Lincoln; a rare Revolutionary-period letter by George Washington; a pair of silhouette portraits of George and Martha Washington; and an original teletype reporting the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

The free exhibit, open to the public, is located within Bauman’s gallery at The Shoppes at The Palazzo in Las Vegas, NV. For more information, visit http://www.baumanrarebooks.com.

BAUMAN RARE BOOKS:
David and Natalie Bauman began their company in 1973 with their first investment in a box of 18th-century imprints, a love of literature and history, and a sense that this could be an interesting way to make a living. Nearly 40 years later, with the addition of some 45 dedicated and talented researchers, salespersons, and creative personnel, Bauman Rare Books has evolved into one of the finest and most respected antiquarian book firms in existence today. With locations in three great cities—Madison Avenue in New York; Center City in Philadelphia; and The Shoppes at The Palazzo in Las Vegas —the company is distinguished by its extraordinary inventory, meticulous research and exceptional customer service. Bauman has worked with both individual and corporate collectors to build some of the most extensive and impressive rare book collections in America today. http://www.baumanrarebooks.com

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