| 301. Hidden Magazine Rack Spotlight: Geijutsu Shinchō |
Can a magazine be everything to everyone? Sure, if it’s Geijutsu Shinchō.
|302. How the times have changed! Duchamp and the Armory Show|
|303. View Books - Souvenirs of Summer Travel|
| 304. "The Cleveland Museum of Art Collections" by William Milliken |
The Cleveland Museum of Art Archives has digitized a copy of "The Cleveland Museum of Art Collections," an unpublished manuscript written by CMA's second director, William Milliken, circa 1960.Please click on the PDF below to read the document.
| 305. Magazine Rack: Curatorial Publications and Objects in Print |
The Ingalls Library collection includes approximately 1,200 currently received periodical titles. That is quite simply, an overwhelming number.
| 306. Book Digitization |
| 307. John Taylor Arms Manuscripts |
John Taylor Arms (1887–1953) is one of the foremost American printmakers of the first half of the 20th century.
| 308. Mabel Hewit Scrapbooks |
"Art was my life." - Mabel Hewit, 1980
| 309. Magazine Rack: Recent Acquisitions Re-do |
We've expanded our Recent Acquisitions area to include 206 magazines, journals and newspapers!
|310. Betty & Pancho|