A Most Agreeable Place launched exactly one year ago today, so I’m just going to take a few minutes to mark the blogiversary.
Interestingly, one of the only posts I wrote about a woman turned out to be the most popular: Mary Stewart, a clerk at T.N. Hibben & Co. around the turn of the 19th century, was said to know more about books than anyone else in Victoria.
Third-most popular on the site was the running timeline that shows when each bookseller I’ve covered so far entered and exited the BC bookselling scene.
In its second year, Agreeable Place will feature many more interesting characters from BC’s bookish past. For now, thanks for following!
- William Harrison and the B.C. Book Store
- Seth Thorne Tilley: The First Bookseller in the BC Lower Mainland
- The Final Years of the S.T. Tilley Book and Stationery Store in Vancouver
- Mary Stewart: “Knew More about Books than Anyone Else in Victoria”
- “Phoenix-Like”: S.T. Tilley Reopens Vancouver Bookstore after Second Fire