We are pleased today to welcome to Special Collections members of Dr. Sukov's family and to call attention to aspects of Dr. Sukov's original collection and his generosity to the Libraries in the years following the original acquisition of his remarkable collection of little magazines.
The building itself bears witness to the importance of Dr. Sukov, in the form of a conference room in which many a lively discussion of the growth of the Libraries' collections has occurred.
Two bookplates also speak to the growth of the Sukov Collection. The first is what we presume to be Dr. Sukov's original bookplate (here, as affixed to the first volume of The criterion):
The second indicates the collection's new home once it arrived in Madison:
For more about the Sukov Collection and how it grew, we refer you to Susan Barribeau's introduction to the Collection; for more about the Little Magazines Collection and how it continues to grow, the Little Magazine Collection blog edited by Oliver Bendorf. Susan Barribeau's participation in a lively Grolier Club event about little magazines was also noted here.