The Nuremberg Chronicle: A 15th Century Treasure
by Matthew S. Schweitzer If the Gutenberg Bible is the most important and valuable printed book of the 15th century then the Liber Chronicarum, more commonly known as the Nuremberg [...]
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Oaxaca MX Cochinilla, Weavers Workshop, and a Papermaking Co-op
by Catherine Mehrl Bennett A Perfect Red, by Amy Butler Greenfield (Harper Perennial, 2006), was recommended to me after one of our Aldus Society events by paper marbling and calligraphy [...]
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Booking Pleasures
by George Cowmeadow Bauman Jack Matthews of Athens, Ohio, was an extraordinary man with a multi-dimensional life. In addition to being a fine family man, he wore three professional hats: [...]
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The Get-Ready Man, Cupid in Hell, and other Thurber Predicaments
Having more than one collecting interest can produce some fascinating intersecting lines. by Jay Hoster James Thurber—full name James Grover Thurber—was named for the Rev. James Grover, a Methodist minister [...]
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