| 101. Your Monday Table, Our Recent Acquisitions, Now Available |
Before the Ingalls Library moved upstairs and into our new space in the Breuer building, the Monday Table occupied a room across from the circulation desk. Here the newest additions to the library's collection could be browsed weekly.
| 102. Detroit Disassembled |
It is an easy storyline to say that the once great city of Detroit is in ruins. Shambles! The grand architecture that marks the skyline is largely vacant, industry and business close to extinct, and the landmarks empty and dilapidated.
| 103. Midwest Modern The Color Woodcuts of Mabel Hewit |
The color pop effect of Mabel Hewit’s bold white-line woodcuts provokes exclamation. Truly.
|104. Hanging with Mark Cole|
|105. Publications by the New Director of the Cleveland Museum of Art|
|106. The Ingalls Library has never been easier to visit, online or in person.|
| 107. The First Modern Economy: Holland. |
In 2009 the Vancouver Art Gallery hosted the exhibition: Vermeer, Rembrandt and the Golden Age of Dutch Art: Masterpieces from
| 108. The Focal Encyclopedia of Photography |
For a reference librarian, a new encyclopedia is an exciting acquisition, a new source of information. Suddenly there's a new trusted ally in the fight against the unknown. Okay, really, it's just a book. But we spend a lot of time sitting at a desk surrounded by books.
|109. Celebrating the Artists’ Book – October 1-31, 2010|
| 110. Place-Name Changes Since 1900 |
At the far end of the reference room, a small orange volume is tucked between historical atlases.