Saturday 19 August 2017, 4pm: author and philosopher, Robert Kuhry, will be at Old Capitol Books discussing his latest work, High Tech is Not the Future. Continue reading Book signing with writer and philosopher, Robert Kuhry
Saturday 12 August 2017, 2-3pm: Zachary Michael Jack is an English professor, poet, dramatist, and award-winning author of over twenty books. Normally based in the mid-west, where he teaches at North Central College, Jack will be visiting the peninsula and appearing at Old Capitol Books to talk about his newest book Wish You Were Here: Love and Longing in an American Heartland. Continue reading Professor and Award-Winning Author, Zachary Jack, returns to Old Capitol Books
Saturday 30 September 2017, 2pm: We are happy to be hosting critically acclaimed author, Gordon Zuckerman, for the signing and presentation of his new novel, The Sentinels: Voices Behind the Curtain. Continue reading Book Signing: Gordon Zuckerman
Sunday 25 June 2017, 3pm: Did you miss the last Amnesty International Coffee Time event? Well, not to worry! They’re back again at the end of this month when Dr. Jan Black’s husband, Dr. Martin Needler, will be at Old Capitol Books, signing copies of his latest book A Rich & Valued Life. Continue reading Book Signing: Dr. Martin Needler, author of “A Rich & Valued Life”
The Historians’ History of the World – 25 Volumes by Henry Smith Williams
New York was where it was published by the Outlook Company in 1904. It’s an illustrated bibliography conceived to combine luxury and information for a reader not only curious, but genuinely happy to learn.
Vellum covers with decorative gilt and colored stamping on the front of each book.
Book condition: each volume is good to very good; light rubbing to some extremities, mostly light foxing to covers, some spines are cracked, fading on a few spines.
Cost for the set: $475.00
Friday 30 June 2017, 7pm: Our last Hannah Arendt reading group was such a success that we’re returning to the subject. This time we’ll be reading from selections of The Human Condition and The Life of the Mind. Continue reading Theory & Philosophy Reading Group 27: Hannah Arendt (Part 2)