|111. The Ingalls Library has never been easier to visit, online or in person.|
| 112. 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
| 113. 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.
|114. Celebrating the Artists’ Book – October 1-31, 2010|
| 115. Place-Name Changes Since 1900 |
At the far end of the reference room, a small orange volume is tucked between historical atlases.
|116. The Wheel of Fortune, or in this case, Lalique/Cleveland/1935|
| 117. Pilgrim Badges -- Souvenirs of Faith |
“Far more important consequences, however, resulted from the fact that the medieval mind associated the pilgrimage with the forgiveness of sins. This conception of the pilgrimage, as a means of expiation or a source of pardon for a wrong, was foreign to the ancient Church.
|118. CMA Celebrates the Holidays|
| 119. Ingalls Library Digest - New Resources, New Equipment, New Titles |
Welcome to the first Ingalls Library Digest. We created this condensed newsletter in response to input from the Curatorial Library Committee, asking for more information regarding the additional resources available at the library.