Bay Area book dealer Carl Blomgren displays a poem published in 1614 at the 25th annual Sacramento Rare Book and Ephemera Show in downtown Sacramento.
Bay Area book dealer Carl Blomgren displays a poem published in 1614 at the 25th annual Sacramento Rare Book and Ephemera Show in downtown Sacramento. Carl Costas Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Bay Area book dealer Carl Blomgren displays a poem published in 1614 at the 25th annual Sacramento Rare Book and Ephemera Show in downtown Sacramento. Carl Costas Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

Between the Lines: Find the rare at the Antiquarian Book Fair

September 06, 2015 4:00 PM

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