Bibliographical Society of America
The Bibliographical Society of America (BSA) is the oldest scholarly society in North America dedicated to the study of books and manuscripts as physical objects. It was organized in 1904 and incorporated in 1927 with the principal objectives of promoting bibliographical research and issuing bibliographical publications. These objectives have been and continue to be accomplished through a broad array of activities, including meetings, lectures, and fellowship programs, as well as the publishing of books and the Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America (PBSA), North America's leading bibliographical journal. The Society is open to all those interested in bibliographical problems and projects, and its membership includes bibliographers, librarians, professors, students, booksellers, and collectors worldwide. Libraries are welcome as institutional members (see the Society's by-laws.) Libraries and other institutions interested in joining the Society should contact the University of Chicago Press journals division.
|1 Journal in JSTOR||Date Range|
|The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America||1912 - 2015|
|The Bulletin of the Bibliographical Society of America||1907 - 1912|
|Papers (Bibliographical Society of America)||1909 - 1911|
|Proceedings and Papers (Bibliographical Society of America)||1904 - 1908|