Drawn to Purpose
An overarching survey of women in American illustration, from the late nineteenth into the twenty-first century.
America’s Greatest Library
This engaging visual history traces the growth of the collections of the world’s largest library through a combination of concise chronological milestones, brief essays, vivid photographs, and illustrations.
American Libraries 1730-1950
American Libraries provides a history and panorama of these much-loved structures, inside and out, encompassing the small personal collection, the vast university library, and everything in between.
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