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  • Collection: Lilly Library Exhibition Catalogues

The catalogue for a dual exhibition comprised of one concerning imaginary places (curated by Christopher Harter) and one exploring imaginary and constructed languages (curated by Anthony Tedeschi and Jodine Perkins). The portion of the exhibit about…

Contains a brief biography of Bernardo Mendel, avid book collector. His collection of books and manuscripts now reside at the Lilly Library. The biography is divided into three chronological sections, based on his places of residence: Vienna,…

This catalogue, and the exhibition it describes, represent the Lilly Library’s collection of French artists’ books from the late-nineteenth and twentieth centuries. These objects represent collaborations between poets and painters as well as…

This catalogue describes an exhibition held in conjunction with the ceremonies commemorating the sesquicentennial of Indiana University. The exhibition features books, records, and manuscripts from Indiana University, but materials from other Indiana…

This catalogue describes an exhibition featuring an over-all survey of the Lilly Library’s resources and acquisitions from the first thirteen years of its history. “Printing and the Mind of Man” was inspired by a London exhibition held ten…

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This catalogue describes an exhibition of books and manuscripts taken from the Keith H. Baker collection of twentieth-century writers. Featured in the exhibition are works by Eugene O’Neill, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, Thomas Wolfe, John…

This catalog describes an exhibition held on the occasion of the three hundred anniversary of the death Charles II. The exhibition commemorated his reign by displaying books and manuscripts that portray the events, achievements and opinions of the…

This catalogue describes an exhibition held to mark the quincentennial of the first Columbus voyage through materials from the collections of J.K. Lilly, Jr., Bernardo Mendel and Charles R. Boxer. These collections contain many books about European…

This catalogue describes an exhibition held to commemorate the United States Bicentennial. The earliest materials document American colonists’ nascent discontent with their economic and political affairs being managed from across the sea. The…

This catalogue describes an exhibition that explores the themes with which modern Science Fiction is concerned. The first portion considers the development of science fiction over the first hundred years of the genre by considering authors such as…
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