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Browse our Instagram!We have just installed a #SpineTingling exhibit: Golden Spiders & Black Orchids: a “Satisfactory” Look into the Life & Mysteries of Rex Stout. Stout, best known for his Nero Wolfe Detective novels, was an author, activist, chef, gardener, and devotee of the beard. Using the 5 Burns collections related to Rex Stout, this exhibit explores Stout’s fiction and its adaptations, his politics activism, and his hobbies. Drop by to see it onsite, or online at bit.ly/33ia6kS #LibrariesOfInstagram #ArchivesOfInstagram #RexStout #NeroWolfe #ArchieGoodwin #LibraryExhibitMondays...right? An illustration, probably from The Capuchin Annual, found in the Richard J. King Collection (MS2006-04) #ArchivesOfInstagram #RatherBeReading #ShakingOffTheIntroversion #RichardKingA student asked me what the most interesting thing I’ve found here was, and while I was debating my answer, an amazing colleague showed me this #peepshow (TF73 .G47 1835 General) of an early German #train as one of her favorite items! #artistbooks #illustrations #thetrainisnamedevil #newfavoritebook #alwaysaskacolleagueforcoolthings #thisishardtoohotograph #trustmeitiscoolGetting an early start today to set up examples of symbols to investigate in art with @jane.cassidy ‘s @bostoncollegeartdepartment Intro class! They’re doing research before designing their own #tarotcards #artistsoninstagram #engravings #libraryinstruction #9amclasses
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Daily Archives: September 9, 2019
Among the most eye-catching books acquired recently by Burns Library is this collection of masses by the prolific and influential Italian composer Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Printed in 1570, in Rome, this is the first edition of the third collection … Continue reading