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The Society holds a monthly lecture between October and May, usually on the third Tuesday of the month at University College London.
The first fifty years of the Bibliographical Society were documented in the book The Bibliographical Society, 1892–1942: Studies in Retrospect. The Book Encompassed, a volume of essays marking the Society's centenary was published in 1992.
The objectives of the Society are:
The Society has published a journal since 1893, originally entitled Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. In 1920 it took over publication of The Library (issued since 1889) and adopted that as the main title of the Transactions. (The Library was founded in 1889 by John Young Walker MacAlister.) The different series of the Transactions and The Library are:
The Society occasionally awards a gold medal for distinguished services to bibliography to individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the development of the subject and the furtherance of the Society's aims.
|1929||James, Montague Rhodes|
|1929||McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees|
|1929||Pollard, Alfred W.|
|1935||Kenyon, Frederic G.|
|1935||Greg, Walter Wilson|
|1951||Ferguson, Frederic Sutherland|
|1956||Kronenberg, Maria Elizabeth|
|1956||Johnson, Alfred Forbes|
|1957||Wroth, Lawrence C.|
|1960||Lowe, Elias Avery|
|1960||Oldham, J. Basil|
|1965||Jackson, William Alexander|
|1975||Ker, Neil Ripley|
|1978||Nixon, Howard M.|
|1986||Kristeller, Paul Oskar|
|1990||McKenzie, Donald Francis|
|1992||Hobson, Anthony R. A.|
|2001||Watson, Andrew G.|
|2003||Davison, Peter Hobley|
|2015||Tanselle, G. Thomas|