Heavenly Craft: The Woodcut in Early Printed Books

Staff for the Exhibition

Curator: Daniel De Simone, Curator of the Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress

Interpretive Programs Office, Library of Congress

  • Irene Chambers, Chief
  • Martha Hopkins, Exhibition Director
  • Deborah Durbeck, Production Officer
  • Tambra Johnson, Registrar; Rachel Waldron, Patrick Shepler, and Pamela Steele, Assistant Registrars
  • Giulia Adelfio, Denise Agee, Tracey Avant, Crystal DeCesare, Kimberli Curry, David Hayward, Carroll Johnson, Tony La Greca, Seth de Matties, Susan Mordan, Betsy Nahum-Miller, Christopher O'Connor, and Cheryl Regan

Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress

  • Mark Dimunation, Chief, and Assistant Director of Collection Services
  • George Chiassion, Special Assistant to the Chief
  • Clark Evans, Walter Walden, Tamikia Epperson, and David Robinson, Reference Specialists
  • Elizabeth Gettins and Shirley Liang, Digital Conversion Specialists

Special thanks are due to the following members of the Library of Congress staff for their assistance with the exhibition: Rikki Condon, Alan Haley, Terry Boone, John Bertonaschi, Lage Carlson, Claire Dekle, Yasmeen Khan, Jesse Munn, Kaare Chafee, and Maria Nugent, Conservation Office; Charles Stanhope, Sue Siegel, and Larry Stafford, Development Office; Domenic Sergi, Karl Rogers, and Jade Curtis, Information Technology Services; James R. Higgins, Photoduplication Service; Julianne Mangin and Elizabeth Miller, Network Development and MARC Standards Office; Stanley Bandong, Graphics Unit; James Gribben, Napoleon Jasper, and Lula Thornton, Office of Contracts and Logistics; Onetta Benoit and John Richardson, Printing Management Section; Sarah Willett Duke, Prints and Photographs Division; Ralph Eubanks and Evelyn Sinclair, Publishing Office; Jill Brett, Communications Director; Helen Dalrymple and John Sayers, Public Affairs Office; and Elsa Keshishian, Special Events Office.

The exhibition, A Heavenly Craft: The Woodcut in Early Printed Books, was made possible by the generous support of Arthur Ortenberg and Elisabeth Claiborne, The Long Island Community Foundation-Krasnoff Family Fund, Fred Krimendahl and Emilia Saint-Amand, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. (Bud) Smith.

The accompanying exhibition catalogue, A Heavenly Craft, and symposium were supported by gifts from the Fellowship of American Bibliophilic Societies (www.fabsbooks.org), Jonathan A. Hill, Ray and Lorraine Perryman, The Berkley Foundation, Inc., Donna L. and Robert H. Jackson, and The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation.