Kalamazoo College A.M. Todd Rare Book Room Exhibit Posters and Programs

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This collection consists of posters and programs created for the A.M. Todd Rare Book Room exhibits.

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    Tall Book, Small Book, Round Book, Bound Book: Books of All Shapes and Sizes
    (Kalamazoo College, 2022-09) Heslinger, Mallory
    This exhibit celebrates books of unusual sizes and shapes as well as artist's books with unique bindings. Displayed in the exhibit are miniature books, a 2.5 ft. long antiphonary, round books, and unbound books.
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    The Life of William Morris: A Desire to Create Beautiful Things
    (Kalamazoo College, 2022-03) Corvidae, Indigo; Kelly, Meaghan
    This exhibit highlights the work of William Morris, founder of the Kelmscott Press, including his decorative designs for wallpaper, textiles, and books. It also delves into his socialist beliefs. Items on display include fabric and wallpaper samples as well as The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer; Monopoly, or How Labour is Robbed; Alfred Tennyson's Maud, A Monodrama; and a correspondence from A.M. Todd.
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    Anonymous was a Woman: Illuminating the Works of Women Writers
    (Kalamazoo College, 2022-01) Heslinger, Mallory
    Many women throughout history, particularly during the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries chose to remain anonymous in their work, or to write under a pen name that disguised their identity. Writing was not always seen as a suitable profession for a woman, and to ensure their work sold, women often chose masculine names, remained anonymous, or used only their initials. Rare books on display in the Anonymous was a Woman exhibit include works by Louisa May Alcott, Maya Angelou, Rita Dove, George Eliot, Toni Morrison, Christina Rossetti, Carmen Valle, and others.
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    Off the Beaten Path: Historical Travel Literature
    (Kalamazoo College, 2021-09) Heslinger, Mallory
    An exhibit of travel literature encompassing travel and missionary memoirs as well as accounts of colonial exploration and exploitation. Rare books on display included works by Richard Evelyn Byrd, James Cook, David Livingstone, Marco Polo, Caroline Singer and others.
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    Incunabula: An Exploration of Books from the Infancy of Printing
    (Kalamazoo College, 2021-03) Heslinger, Mallory
    An exhibit of incunabula, books printed before 1501,in the A.M. Todd Rare Book Room during the Spring term of 2021.
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