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The unique holdings of the medieval monastic library of Lorsch, currently scattered over 68 libraries worldwide, are being re-compiled into a virtual library. Heidelberg University Library and local government officials in Germany have been working since March of 2010 to ...

Launched in 1992 by the Poetry Society of America and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Poetry in Motion, now known as Arts for Transit, is today one of the most popular public literary programs in American history. This outstanding program places poetry ...

  Each of Rohmer’s signs of the zodiac is accompanied by a poem. This is a limited first edition with 250 numbered copies.  Numbered copies 1-50 were printed on J. Green handmade watercolor paper and were signed by the artist on the colophon ...

Binghamton University Libraries’  and Special Collections were saddened to hear of the passing of friend, Aldo Bernardo. Bernardo, 91, was a distinguished service professor of Italian and comparative literature. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Brown University and his ...

Weltgeschichte in Umrissen: Federzeichnungen eines Deutschen (World history in outline.  Pen and ink drawings of a German) was first published in 1897. The book was a detailed study of world history up until the end of the nineteenth century.  The book was well received and proved to be ...

Sinicæ historiæ decas prima : res à gentis origine ad Christum natum in extrema Asia, sive magno Sinarum imperio gestas complexa by Martino Martini. Monachii : L. Straubii, 1658. 362 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. Call Number: DS 741.3 .M38  Rare Book Collection Sinicæ ...

The Binghamton University Libraries’ Special Collections department is home to many fascinating historical works.  One of our more compelling books is George Washington Williams’ A History of the Negro Troops in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865.    The Special ...

Author, town of Owego historian, and Tioga County historian, Emma M. Sedore has brought together this book of photographs and memories of the town of Owego. Organized in 1800, under then name Tioga, the town of Owego is the largest ...

The Library of Congress presented this celebratory discussion from the American Antiquarian Society to mark the completion of the series, from “The Colonial Book in the Atlantic World” to “Print Culture in Postwar America”, published in collaboration with the University ...

BU Libraries will be hosting a trial of www.rarebooks.info, which runs until January 14, 2008. Rarebooks.info provides 101 electronic bibliographies online. Subjects cover early printing, world literature, natural history, science, medicine, theology, cultural and area studies, Judaica, music, theology, art ...