Alexander Smith Taylor Alexander Smith Taylor (1817–1876), best known for his Indianology of California written in a column for The California Farmer and Journal of Useful Arts (1860–1861), was an ...
Allan H. Stevenson Allan Henry Stevenson was an American bibliographer specializing in the study of handmade paper and watermarks who "single-handedly created a new field: the bibliographical analysis of paper."
Benjamin Franklin Stevens Benjamin Franklin Stevens (February 19, 1833 – March 5, 1902), like his brother Henry Stevens a bibliographer, was born at Barnet, Vermont, and was educated at the University of Vermont, w...
Charles Evans (librarian) Charles Evans (November 13, 1850–February 8, 1935) is named one of American Libraries' 100 most important library and information science leaders of the 20th century.
Clarence Barnhart Clarence Lewis Barnhart (1900–1993) was an American lexicographer best known for editing the Thorndike Century series of graded dictionaries, which were based on word lists and concept...
Daniel Alexander Payne Murray Daniel Alexander Payne Murray (1852-1925) was an assistant librarian at the Library of Congress; a bibliographer, author, politician, and historian.
Darrell C. Richardson Dr. Darrell Coleman Richardson (1918–2006) was an American Baptist minister, bibliographer and author of 44 books.
David Eugene Smith David Eugene Smith (January 21, 1860 in Cortland, New York – July 29, 1944 in New York) was an American mathematician, educator, and editor.
David Henige David Patrick Henige (born 1938) is an American historian, bibliographer, academic librarian and Africanist scholar.
Donna Kossy Donna J. Kossy (born 1957) is a U.S. writer, zine publisher, and online used book dealer based in Portland, Oregon.
E. F. Bleiler Everett Franklin Bleiler (April 30, 1920 – June 13, 2010) was an editor, bibliographer, and scholar of science fiction, detective fiction, and fantasy literature.
E. Millicent Sowerby Emily Millicent Sowerby (September 7, 1883 – October 23, 1977) was a bibliographer known for her Catalogue of the Library of Thomas Jefferson.
Ernst Steiger Ernst Steiger (October 4, 1832 - August 2, 1917) was an American bookseller, publisher and bibliographer.
Francesco Cordasco Francesco M. Cordasco (November 2, 1920 – October 4, 2001) was an American sociologist and bibliographer who wrote and edited over 100 books.
Frederic Beecher Perkins Frederic Beecher Perkins (27 September 1828, Hartford, Connecticut - 3 February 1899, Brooklyn, New York) was a United States editor, librarian and writer.
Frederick Leypoldt Frederick Leypoldt was a bibliographer, the founder of Library Journal, Publisher's Weekly, Index Medicus and other publications.
Frederick R. Goff Frederick Richmond Goff (April 23, 1916–September 26, 1982) was an American rare book librarian and specialist in incunabula.
Fredson Bowers Fredson Thayer Bowers (April 25, 1905 – April 11, 1991) was an American bibliographer and scholar of textual editing.
George Alexander Kohut George Alexander Kohut (February 11, 1874 – 1933) was an American writer and bibliographer; born in Stuhlweissenburg, Hungary.
Halsey (H.W.) Wilson Halsey William (H.W.) Wilson (May 12, 1868 – March 1, 1954) was the creator of the Readers' Guide, the Cumulative Book Index, and the Book Review Digest and founder of the H. W. Wils...
Hans P. Kraus Hans Peter Kraus, also known as H. P. Kraus or HPK, was an Austrian-born book dealer described as "without doubt the most successful and dominant rare book dealer in the world in the second half of the 20th century" and in a league with other rare book dealers such as Bernard Quaritch, Guillaume...
John Driscoll Fitz-Gerald John Driscoll Fitz-Gerald II (1873 – June 8, 1946) was an American Hispanic scholar, nephew of James Newbury Fitz-Gerald, born in Newark, N. J., graduated from Columbia University in 1895 ...
John Foster Kirk John Foster Kirk (March 23, 1824, Fredericton, New Brunswick – 1904) was an American historian, journalist, educator and bibliographer.
John Gage Marvin John Gage Marvin was an American lawyer, known as a legal bibliographer and figure of the history of California.
John R. Moore John Robert Moore (1890-1973) was a biographer of Daniel Defoe.
John Robert Moore John Robert Moore was an American biographer and bibliographer of Daniel Defoe.
John Sinkankas John Sinkankas (1915–2002) was an honored Navy officer and aviator, noted gemologist, gem carver and gem faceter, author of many books and articles on minerals and gemstones, and a bookseller an...
Joseph Amasa Munk Joseph Amasa Munk was a Los Angeles, California physician who had an interest in a Willcox, Cochise County, Arizona ranch, who became greatly interested in the history and lore of Arizona.
Joseph H. Crawford, Jr. Joseph H. Crawford, Jr. (born 1932) is an American science fiction collector and bibliograper.
Mark Samuels Lasner Mark Samuels Lasner (born 1952) is a recognized authority on the literature and art of the late Victorian era.
Marshall Tymn Marshall Benton Tymn (born 1937) is an editor, academic and bibliographer of science fiction and fantasy.
Mila Rechcigl Miloslav Rechcigl, Jr., or Mila Rechcigl, is a trained biochemist, nutritionist and cancer researcher, writer, editor, historian, bibliographer and genealogist.
Obadiah Rich Obadiah Rich (November 25, 1777 – January 20, 1850) was an American diplomat, bibliophile and bibliographer specializing the history of Latin America.
Oliver Lanard Fassig Oliver Lanard Fassig (1860–1936) was an American meteorologist and climatologist who worked for the United States Weather Bureau initially as part of the Signal Corps of the United States War De...
Richard Bleiler Richard James Bleiler (born 1959) is an American bibliographer in science fiction, fantasy, horror, crime, and adventure fiction.
Samuel Austin Allibone Samuel Austin Allibone (April 17, 1816 – September 2, 1889) was an American author and bibliographer.
Sheldon Jaffery Sheldon Jaffery (April 22, 1934 – July 10, 2003) was an American bibliographer.
Terry Belanger Terry Belanger is the founding director of Rare Book School (RBS), an institute concerned with education for the history of books and printing, and with rare books and special collections librar...
Thomas Lounsbury Thomas Raynesford Lounsbury (January 1, 1838 – 1915) was an American literary historian and critic, born in Ovid, New York, January 1, 1838.
Wilberforce Eames Wilberforce Eames (October 12, 1855 – December 6, 1937) was a U.S. bibliographer and librarian.
Will Ransom Will Ransom (1878 – 24 May 1955) was an American graphic designer, letterer, typeface designer, and the foremost bibliographer of private presses.
William Frederick Poole William Frederick Poole (24 December 1821, Salem, Massachusetts - 1 March 1894) was an American bibliographer and librarian.
William Peterfield Trent William Peterfield Trent, LL.D., D.C.L. (10 November 1862 – 1939) was a professor of English literature at Columbia University, an American editor, and a historian.