Our ground floor gallery is closed for renovation and will reopen in December. Click here for updates.

BIBLIOGRAPHY WEEK. "Bibliography Week" happens each year in New York City at the end of January when the principal national organizations devoted to book history have their annual meetings. Other groups plan interesting events, too, since so many bibliophiles are in town. Some events are open to members only, but mostly you are encouraged to show up everywhere: get a sense of what is going on in the book world, hear some interesting papers, schmooze over cocktails ... CLICK HERE for a schedule of 2018 events, and future dates for Bibliography Week.


PLEASE NOTE: Due to partial sidewalk closure on 60th Street, for the duration of major construction adjacent to the Grolier Club, pedestrian access to the clubhouse is limited. Visitors may approach from the east (Park Avenue) side as usual. Visitors approaching from the west (Madison Avenue) side must walk along the south side of 60th Street to Park Avenue, cross north, and walk a few dozen yards west to the entrance of the Grolier Club.     
     
construction adjacent to the Grolier clubhouse, visitors may experience noise and vibration.


     
Please note: Due to ongoing construction adjacent to the Grolier clubhouse, visitors may experience noise and vibration.


     
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NOW OPEN IN OUR SECOND FLOOR GALLERY: “Westward the Course of Empire”: Exploring and Settling the American West 1803-1869 from the collection of J. C. McElveen. The exhibition runs through May 26, 2018.



THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE GROLIER CLUB AND GAZETTE OF THE GROLIER CLUB NOW DIGITIZED AND SEARCHABLE ONLINE. The Transactions of the Grolier Club (1885-1919), and its successor journal The Gazette of the Grolier Club (1921 to date), have documented the activities of America’s oldest and largest society of book lovers for over 130 years. Thanks to a generous grant from Pine Tree Foundation, a full run of The Transactions, and a run of The Gazette from its inception through 2009, have been digitized and made searchable online, free of charge, via New York Heritage, a research portal for students, educators, historians, genealogists, and others interested in learning about the people, places and institutions of New York State. The collection is available here