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Engraved in Wood: The Work of John DePol (1913–2004)

John DePol, Self-Portrait, 1989

This online exhibit, "Engraved in Wood: The Work of John DePol (1913–2004)," serves as an introduction to the incredible wood engravings of this American master. From March 3, 2014 until June 5, 2014 (postponed from an earlier date), the accompanying physical exhibition will be the inaugural…

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Clark Library Literary Maps

A Literary Map of the United States

Literary maps connect information about authors, works of literature, and geographical locations. They can focus on the entire body of work of a specific author, the variety of works that took place in a particular city, region, or country, or provide a map of locations described in a literary work…

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CVGA Disassembled

Sears Sports Center (Pong)

This exhibit began as a celebration of our 5th anniversary in Fall 2013, and is maintained by the Computer & Video Game Archive(CVGA) in the Duderstadt Center. For more information about the CVGA, see the About This Exhibit section. Game consoles have undergone many changes over the course of…

Artist Books from the Women's Studio Workshop

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This online exhibition is a gathering place for collections of artists' books from the Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library(AAEL) Special Collections. The artists' books exhibitions are created to provide users with alternative ways to experience the artists' books collection as well as to…

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American Foodways: The Jewish Contribution

The Temple Cook Book

This exhibition highlights the Jewish contributions to and experience in American culinary history. Using material from the Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive (University of Michigan Library,Special Collections Library), this exhibit is a window into one experience of American…

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Leonard B. Willeke Postcards

Leonard B. Willeke

The postcard was initially marketed as a convenient and inexpensive alternative to a telegram or letter, as it required neither extensive writing nor paper and envelope. While early cameras were too cumbersome for every traveler and too new to be affordable, travelers could easily purchase a…

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