| 121. Fabulous Beasts and Imaginary Places |
Though the library perches atop the Breuer Building, our clerestory windows peaking out into Wade Oval, off the Art Detour unless you make a wrong turn, we manage to attract quite a few tourists.
|122. Burning Houses Draw a Crowd|
| 123. Love, Actually… |
Exchanging love tokens appears to be a timeless tradition. A new book in Recent Acquisitions, Masterpieces : Medieval Art, displays a number of them from the British Museum in great detail.
|124. Dr. Nelson's Boxwood Casket|
| 125. This is not Spiritual America |
Paging through Pop Life: Art in a Material World, a casual reader might not even notice the beige sticker affixed to page 123, that blithely states, "This image has been obscured on legal advice."
|126. Horace Walpole and the Strawberry Hill Sale of 1842|
| 127. A Book By Its Cover: A Treatise On Etching |
Let us discard now the old adage about books and their covers. This new series entitled A Book By Its Cover will present the art of the book, from the cover and binding, to the plates and type.
|128. Ingalls Library Digest - ArtStor Calling, Gund Resources, Personalized Instruction|
| 129. Magazine Rack - Curatorial Publication, Objects in Print, Lakewood Craftsman |
The Ingalls Library collection includes approximately 1200 current serial titles. That is quite simply, an overwhelming number.
| 130. How the Watch was Worn: A Fashion for 500 Years |
Genevieve Cummins opens her brief introduction, "This is a book on the manner, style and fashion of the wearing of watches for men and women. The working of the watch has received much deserved attention...the decoration has also been well covered.