Room 26 Cabinet of Curiosities
Pages of galley proofs for George W. S. Trow's landmark essay "Within the Context of No Context", published in The New Yorker, November 17, 1980. The working title was "People in the Grid of Two Hundred Million".
September 26, 2011
EXHIBITION CLOSING PARTY How is a Book? and Multitudes: A Celebration of the Yale Collection of American Literature, 1911 – 2011 Friday, September 23, 2011 at 5:00
September 23, 2011
An album of photographs showing the Ovaltine manufacturing plant in King’s Langley in Herfordshire, England (A.Wander Ltd, London & King’s Langley. Views of Works & Offices. 1923.)
September 19, 2011
The Phenakistastcope or Magic Disc Edinburgh: Published by Forrester & Nichol, Lithographers, 10 George Street, & John Dunn, option 50 Hanover Square. [1832-1833]. A set of round prints for use in a phenakistiscope, an early device that took advantage of persistence of vision to show continuous motion, including several designed by Edward Sang, and published by the maker of optical instruments, John Dunn.
September 15, 2011
Research in Beinecke Library Collections: Photographic Memory Workshop – Graduate Student Working Group 2011-2012
September 9, 2011
Pages from Elizabeth Peabody's Universal History: Arranged to Illustrate Bem's Charts of Chronology. New York: Pub. for the author by Sheldon and Co, 1859. A system for charting historical events on a grid (representing historical periods, arranged chronologically); squares, divided into 9 parts each, to represent distinct categories of historical events; and colors, to show different "Nations".
September 2, 2011