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Incunabula and fine printing from Special Collections are featured in this semester’s Illumination, “Ink Indelible: Ellis Exhibit Features Masterworks from Printers Past.” The feature also includes a multimedia presentation on YouTube.
Lauren Young is a senior majoring in art history and magazine journalism and minoring in music. She will graduate from the University of Missouri in May. During the fall 2011 semester Lauren researched and studied Ellis Library’s copy of the … Continue reading
This post highlights Summa Contra Gentiles by St. Thomas Aquinas published in Venice in 1480 by Nicolas Jenson, one of the most renowned printers. The book is of special importance to all with an interest in theology, history of book printing, and rare … Continue reading