A collection of keepsakes and ephemera from The Roxburghe Club of San Francisco, the majority of which were limited edition
prints as commemorative items. The collection includes published and unpublished prints, drafts and samples, club invitations,
Established in 1812 by bibliophiles of the United Kingdom, the Roxburghe Club has dedicated itself to the reproduction and
collection of unpublished or rare works, as well as the general appreciation for printing. The Roxburghe Club was populated
by nobility and scholars at the dawn of the Romantic period, during which "bibliomania" and literary collections became widely
4 linear feet
(4 flat boxes)
The collection is open for research.