Ann Arbor Antiquarian Book Fair

. May 1, 2016.
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Technology hasn’t put an end to good-old-fashioned dead trees yet. For non-Kindle lovers looking for the right gift or just a fellow book lover to chat with, the Ann Arbor Antiquarian Book Fair boasts more than 40 book, map and print dealers making their wares available for purchase, with first-edition books, rare finds, children’s books and literature on display. All proceeds will support the William L. Clements Library at the University of Michigan. 

 

Sunday, May 22 | 11am-5pm | $5 
Michigan Union Ballroom | 530 S. State St.
734-995-1891 | annarborbookfair.com

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