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Re: [BKARTS] Book Arts Towns



Thank you!  I will definitely make that call.

Judi

--- Yuka Petz <yuka_petz@YAHOO.COM> wrote:
> Both Brown University and RISD (Rhode Island School
> of
> Design) have great selections of artists books. I've
> looked at much of RISD's collection while I was
> there
> and I can't say enough how wonderful the reference
> librarian is. I'm sure she'd be happy to talk with
> anyone interested in artists books, but I might try
> to
> make an appointment to see the books with her by
> calling RISD's library.
>
> You should also go diagonally across the street from
> RISD's library to the Providence Athaneaum. The
> building is beautiful and the collection is great.
> I'm
> probably going to be quickly corrected on this, but
> I
> think I heard that it's the first private library in
> the country, or the oldest one running, or something
> like that.
>
> And while you're there, you should eat at Al Forno.
>
> -Yuka
>
> --- Judith Delgado <delgadojx@YAHOO.COM> wrote:
> > Dear Michelle -
> >
> > Well, I'm not moving to Providence, but I will be
> > visiting there the end of September.  Any
> "bookish"
> > things you can recommend?  Interesting paper
> stores,
> > etc.?
> >
> > Thanks!
> >
> > Judi Delgado
> >
>
>
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