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Category Archives: Collections and Archives
Caught Red Handed November 1, 2015 – January 31, 2016 In the red? Out of the blue? Green with envy? Join us for an eclection color coded sampling of books and ephemera from the ICI’s multi-facted library and collections.
A Fool’s Journey Selections from the ICI Library and Ephemera Kabinett September 1 – October 12, 2014. Throughout human history, the persona of the fool and his mythological equivalent, the trickster, has played an essential role in culture: the role … Continue reading
A Book by Any Other Name On display in the Library and Terri Valli Trotter Study Room February 10 – April 30, 2014 The making of books is a process that straddles the line between fine art and craftsmanship. … Continue reading
Geuen Hors On display in the Library and Terri Valli Trotter Study Room September 30 2013 – January 31 2014 “Trojan Horse” “Gift-Horse” “Horseplay” “If wishes were horses…” “Straight from the horse’s mouth” Though they no longer function as an … Continue reading
The Institute’s Library has generously been gifted a new book, Inventing the American Dream: A History of Curious, Extraordinary, & Just Plain Useful Patents by Stephen van Dulken.