University Libraries Department of Special Collections
—Contains links to past exhibits that are now online.
at the British Library
La Veuve: Women Printers in Great Britain 1475-1700
—An exhibit from the University of Illinois Library.
Avant-Garde: European Art and Photography in Book Design,
—Exhibition in the Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery, Pasadena,
of books and journals from the collection of Zdenek Primus.
First Books by American Writers, 1786-1984
—An exhibit from Georgetown University Library.
The Great Menagerie: The Wonderful World of Pop-up and Movable
—An exhibit from the University of North Texas.
aedibus Aldi: the legacy of Aldus Manutius and his press
—An exhibit from Brigham Young University.
- Library of Congress
—An exhibition of selections from the Mata and Arthur Jaffe
- The Most
of Special Collections
—An exhibit from the University of Virginia Library's Special
Collections Department. Features 21 categories such as the most
rare, beautiful, unforgettable, illegible, and outrageous items
in the collections.
Pop-up World of Ann Montanaro
—An exhibit of the pop-up books in the collection of Ann
Montanaro, author of "Pop-up and Movable Books : A
Press of the Text
—An online exhibit from the University Libraries at the University
of Missouri in Kansas City.
Science and the Artist's Book
—An exhibition by the Smithsonian Institution Libraries and the Washington Project for the Arts
Silver Buckle Press
—An online exhibit from the Department of Special Collections at
the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
SIL | Exhibitions and Programs
—A Project of the Smithsonian Institution Libraries.
Tomes: The Charlotte M. Smith Collection of Miniature
—An online exhibit put on by the University of Iowa
of Delaware, Special Collections Department
—Online exhibits from the University of Delaware's Special
Women in the Book Arts: A Selection
—From the Special Collections of Wellesley College Library.
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