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Re: [BKARTS] Posters on bookish topics



The Bodleian gift shop has quite a number of post cards and posters, not
just the 20th c books Teri mentions. My favourite has a couple shelves
full of very old books. I picked up a few cards and posters on my last
visit.

-Karl

Teri L Herbert wrote:

> There is a fabulous poster of decorated early 20th c book spines on a
> shelf in the Bodleian Library.  I tracked one down at a company in the
> Netherlands (Amsterdam, I think). The Bodleian gift catalog folks told
> me where to go.  It is colorful and the books are charming, mostly
> children's books.  I also found a note card of the poster in the Goodwill
> shop here in Charleston, but no clue where it was made...
> TL Herbert, Charleston, SC    herbertL@musc.edu
>
>
>>>----------
>>>From:         Heather Caldwell
>>>Reply To:     Book_Arts-L: READ THE FAQ at http://www.philobiblon.com
>>>Sent:         Thursday, August 15, 2002 1:04 PM
>>>To:   BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
>>>Subject:      [BKARTS] Posters on bookish topics
>>>
>>>Dear Colleagues,
>>>
>>>I am searching for posters on various book-related topics such as
>>>book/paper conservation and preservation, bookbinding, book exhibits, book
>>>history, papermaking, etc.  If you know of posters that are currently
>>>available, I would greatly appreciate any and all leads.  I found some
>>>information on Conservation OnLine, but did not get hits on the Book Arts
>>>Web.
>>>
>>>Thank you in advance!
>>>
>>>Sincerely,
>>>
>>>Heather Caldwell Kaufman
>>>Preservation Services Librarian, MIT Libraries
>>>
>>>
>>>
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Karl F. Best
karl@karlbest.com                    "I cannot live without books."
Chelmsford, MA                              - Thomas Jefferson, 1815

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