Programs & Services: Publications
The primary mission of the Lilly Library's publications program is to publicize, enhance access, and provide an educational focus to the Library's collections and services. This is accomplished through the creation of printed and electronic media designed to describe acquisitions and collections, promote exhibitions, and disseminate general information about the Library, its holdings and services.
These lists attempt to identify all Lilly Library catalogues, collection guides, and reports produced. Please note that a number of the publications are no longer in print and are not available for purchase. Copies are available for consultation in the Library. Selected out-of-print publications are available online in Lilly Library Publications Online.
- New publications:
Gilding the Lilly, A Hundred Medieval and Illuminated Manuscripts in the Lilly Library by Christopher de Hamel, tells the unfolding story of European book production, art, language, and literature covering 1,000 years from the seventh century to the high renaissance.
Lilly Texana: One Hundred Eighty Broadsides and Other Ephemera Relating to Texas, Printed and Published in Mexico before 1849 in the Lilly Library of Indiana University by Everett C. Wilkie, Jr., is a new bibliographical work documenting a significant body of materials in the Lilly Library'ís collections related to Texas history.
- Lilly Library Publications Online
Electronic transcriptions of selected out-of-print Lilly Library publications, including both exhibition catalogues and issues of the Indiana University Bookman.
- Exhibition and miscellaneous catalogues
This list attempts to identify all Lilly Library catalogues produced. Please note that a number of the publications are no longer in print and are not available for purchase. Copies are available for consultation in the Library. Selected out-of-print publications are available online in Lilly Library Publications Online.
- Collection guides
Detailed guides to specific manuscript collections. Some guides also include information on relevant printed materials. Many guides are online; others must be purchased in print format or viewed at the Library.
- Indiana University Bookman & Annual reports
Published irregularly from 1956 through 1988, the Indiana University Bookman published articles relating the Lilly Library collections. Annual reports of the Lilly Library are available free of charge.
If you are interested in purchasing any of these publications, contact the Lilly Library by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, by telephone: (812) 855–2452, or by fax: (812) 855–3143. If you wish to order by mail, please consult the Lilly Library for sales tax, postage costs and payment methods.
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