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The Library of William Morris

A project is under way, led by Sylvia Holton and William S. Peterson to reconstruct the personal library of William Morris.  The books that once belonged to Morris were largely dispersed through various sales after Morris’ death, including some acquired by what are today still the two largest holdings at the Wellcome Library in London and the Morgan Library in New York. 38 more words

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This page will serves as a virtual library for all things related to the art of rope bondage. The beginning of a literature review of sorts. 22 more words

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Gale Signs New Publishers, Boosts STEM Content In Virtual Library

FARMINGTON HILLS — New content covering popular healthcare and science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) topics is now available on Gale Virtual Reference Library, the e-book platform offered by the Farmington Hills information publisher Gale. 370 more words

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Oh! The places you'll go................ delivery

Success!  The VIVA 20th Anniversary Dinner books are complete!  Delivered and arranged on each table.

The tablecloths were all royal blue which really accented all the crazy blue and green flowers the committee requested. 301 more words

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This was a fun way to spend a couple of hours. We already had “read” up, but I wanted to make the space feel used and personal- I don’t want the space to feel neglected. 29 more words

NEW EBRARY MEMBERS BOOKS

One of the newest services in the IMechE Virtual Library, ebrary, offers books from a whole range of publishers and allows you to download chapters or whole books to your PC, tablet or mobile, so you can consult technical data or catch up on professional reading wherever you are working, or when you are on the move. 187 more words

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A Miracle of Books: From Gutenberg to Project Gutenberg (Blog post by Amanda Helm)

Joan herself was an illiterate peasant in a time when readers were few and books were literally gilded treasures available to the rich and the church.  298 more words

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