Artistic Printing in the 19th Century Exhibit

Stop by and see Special Collections & Archives’ newest exhibit in the Booth-Bricker Reading Room: Artistic Printing in the Nineteenth Century curated by Loyola printmaking professor Bill Kitchens. This gorgeous exhibit displays Kitchens’ vast collection 19th century trade show cards and discusses the history of letterpress and lithographic printmaking in early American graphic design. We are thrilled to host this collection of colorful cards, books, and printmaking apparatuses in our Booth-Bricker Reading Room on the 3rd floor of the Monroe Library through the Fall 2018 semester. Come see it for yourself during our open hours: T-Th, 9-12 and 1-4pm.

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