Potterheads rejoice! There’s yet another Harry Potter offering in NYC, fresh from the British Library. In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the first book, the New York Historical Society unveils an exhibition dedicated to JK Rowling’s work, filled with centuries-old treasures including old books, manuscripts and magical objects. The exhibit will feature some never-before-seen items, including early letters between JK Rowling and American editor of the series Arthur A. Levine, as well as a steamer trunk used to transport a signed copy of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince on the Queen Mary. Says Dr. Louise Mirrer, president and CEO of the New York Historical Society, “The show offers a unique opportunity for Harry Potter fans as well as history lovers to engage in and enjoy the history of magic that makes JK Rowling’s works such extraordinary literature.” On view October 5, 2018—January 27, 2019. Photo by Jim Kay, copyright Bloomsbury Publishing.