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Book Arts / History on the Web
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- From: "ANDREW K. PACE" <PACEA@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 25 Apr 1996 16:25:16 -0400
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GUIDE TO THE BOOK ARTS AND BOOK HISTORY ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB
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From: Andrew K. Pace, The Catholic University of America Libraries
"A Guide to the Book Arts and Book History on the World Wide Web" is now in its
fifth month, and has grown to over 250 active links! Because of this
growth, I have broken the Guide into smaller sections, making it easier to load
the pages, while still allowing for efficient navigation.
Thanks to all who have made the Guide a success. At last count, over forty
Home Pages include a link to CUA's Book Arts Page.
For those of you who haven't visited yet, the annotated list includes pointers
to: Academic & Special Collections, Book Arts Courses & Exhibits, Booksellers,
Discussion Lists, Electronic Journals & Publications, Finding Aids & WWW
Guides, Government Organizations, Professional & Scholarly
Organizations, and Special Topics (Bookbinding, Classics, Copyright,
Iconography, Language, Papyrology, Preservation, and Typography).
It is hoped that this guide will serve the needs of scholars, students, book
collectors, and anyone interested in "the book" and all its facets. Any
comments or suggestions of links to add are welcome and would be greatly
appreciated. I will continue to update the Guide on a regular basis.
The URL for this site is: http://www.cua.edu/www/mullen/bookarts.html
Andrew K. Pace
Library Assistant Library and Information Science Library
Library Student School of Library and Information Science
pacea@xxxxxxx The Catholic University of America