| 61. 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.
|62. Publications by the New Director of the Cleveland Museum of Art|
|63. The Ingalls Library has never been easier to visit, online or in person.|
|64. Celebrating the Artists’ Book – October 1-31, 2010|
| 65. Place-Name Changes Since 1900 |
At the far end of the reference room, a small orange volume is tucked between historical atlases.
|66. CMA Celebrates the Holidays|
| 67. 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.
|69. Interaction of Color|
| 70. A January Anniversary |
As winter blows outside the windows, my thoughts turn to the painting in our collection that perfectly encapsulates the solitude of mid-western life in this, the bleakest of months. Grant Wood's January turns seventy years old this year.