1845-1945, Egoism

The following kicks off the first issue of the fourth volume of Georgia and Henry Replogle’s Egoism (1890) published in September, 1897. EGOISM’S PURPOSE AND WHYFORE. EGOISM’S purpose is to make the Ego—the I, master, rather than the slave of his environment. To impel him to the self-entertaining sufficiency for his psychological cravings which places […]

September 25, 2017

Trevor Blake on Buckminster Fuller in “Firsts: The Book Collector’s Magazine”


I am very proud to announce that my good friend, and associate-editor here at, Trevor Blake has a featured cover story in Firsts: The Book Collector’s Magazine, Volume 27 Number 9 / 10 (September / October 2017). Blake’s article “Buckminster Fuller: A Bibliographical Biography / Scenario”, relays his expertise on the subject. I have personally perused […]

September 22, 2017

John Nichols Beffel at the Dill Pickle Club

1845-1945, Trevor Blake

John Nichols Beffel (1887 – 1973) was a journalist with sympathies to outsiders and anarchists. Among his many credits are pieces in the American Mercury, the Chicago Daily News, the Detroit Free Press, New Trends, the New York World, and the New York Herald Tribune among others. And, apparently, Cartoons Magazine for December 1911 (Volume […]

September 13, 2017