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Manuscripts Illumination, Glossed Codex, Miamioh Manuscripts, Southern France, 1300 Glossed
Graphic Design, Century Sanskrit, 19Th Century, India S Influence, Written Thought, Miamioh Manuscripts
Mahâbhârata - Feuille d'un manuscrit en Sanskrit datant du XIXe siècle.
Leaf from a 19th century Sanskrit manuscript of the Mahabharata
Syriac Prayer, 16Th Century, Assyrian Chaldean Syriac, Syriac Manuscripts, Miamioh Manuscripts, Prayer Book, Book Miamioh
Recto of leaf from a 16th c. Syriac prayer book #miamioh #manuscripts
Al Alé बौद्ध, 16Th Century, Isholmên Aoabuddhaoa, Century Syriac, Aoabuddhaoa Al Alé, Miamioh Manuscripts, Prayer Book, Book Miamioh
Verso of leaf from a 16th century Syriac prayer book #miamioh #manuscripts
Verso of leaf from a 16th century Syriac prayer book
Manuscripts Illumination, Vellum Manuscript, Miamioh Manuscripts, 1240 Vellum
Vellum Manuscript, Miamioh Manuscripts, 1240 Vellum
Recto of our leaf from the Gutenberg Bible. It contains Sirach (Ecclesiasticus) 42:14-43:25. Learn more about our leaf and the Gutenberg Bible on our blog at: spec.lib.miamioh....
Quality Book, Gutenberg S Bible, 42 14 43 25 Gutenberg Bible, Sirach Ecclesiasticus, Leaves, Bible Leaf, Leaf Recto
Gutenberg Bible. Gutenberg's bible is considered to be the first printed book that had such a great quality in it. The legibility of letters compared with the textura style of the letters plus the generous margins between the blocks of text makes Gutenberg's bible a high quality book.
Gutenberg Bible leaf (recto) (9068078579).jpg
The First Book of Jazz by Langston Hughes. A brief history of jazz complete with awesome drawings.
Graphic Design, Music, Jazz, Illustration, Cliffroberts, Langston Hughes, Children Book
"The First Book of Jazz" - Langston Hughes (1954). The 1st children's book to review american music.
Obscure Children’s Books by Famous “Adult” Lit Authors | Brain Pickings - Langston Hughes' The First Book of Jazz, illustrations by Cliff Roberts
'El primer libro de jazz' "The First Book of Jazz " - children’s book By Langston Hughes. Pictures by Cliff Roberts
"The First Book of Jazz" (1954) by Langston Hughes, illustrated by Cliff Roberts, a children's book that educated young readers about every notable aspect of jazz
The First Book of Jazz, by Langston Hughes. Written in 1955, the book has really beautiful illustrations by Cliff Roberts
I just picked up a vintage copy of “The First Book of Jazz” by Langston Hughes (1955). The illustrations by Cliff Roberts are incredible. The style reminds me of one of my favorite jazz album cover artists Jim Flora. I found the illustration set here.
Langston Hughes, The first book of jazz, 1954, illustrated by Cliff Roberts and published by Franklin Watts
Mid-Century Modern Graphic Design
cliffroberts - Buscar con Google
Frontispiece depicting Isola Bella (the Beautiful Island) on Lake Maggiore in north Italy, in Robert Mudie's 'Summer'. www.lib.muohio.ed...
Robert Mudie S, Beautiful Island, Lake More, Lake Maggiore, Mudie S Summer, North Italy, Depicting Isola
Frontispiece depicting Isola Bella (the Beautiful Island) on Lake Maggiore in north Italy, in Robert Mudie's 'Summer'. http://www.lib.muohio.edu/multifacet/record/mu3ugb1439358
April 25, 1961, letter from Louise Bogan to Marvin Dick, enclosing poem titled 'July Dawn' to be auctioned off to support civil rights sit in.
Louise Bogan, Enclosing Poem, Civil Rights, July Dawn, Poem Titled, Rights Sit, April 25, Marvin Dick
Recycling manuscript waste was common practice in early modern bookbinding. The damage on this copy of Thucydides' 'Peloponnesian War' allows us to see an example - the manuscript used here is written in a form of Gothic, probably been the 13th and 15th centuries. www.lib.muohio.ed...
15Th Centuries, Peloponnesian War, Manuscript Waste, Early Modern, Common Practice, Places, Modern Bookbinding
Recycling manuscript waste was common practice in early modern bookbinding. The damage on this copy of Thucydides' 'Peloponnesian War' allows us to see an example - the manuscript used here is written in a form of Gothic, probably been the 13th and 15th centuries. http://www.lib.muohio.edu/multifacet/record/mu3ugb4216824
jothelibrarian: Pretty medieval manuscript of the day is another example of the strange places medieval manuscripts end up. This one, clear...
An Egyptian artist in the 1970s began with growing papyrus to make this replication of a painting of the Royal Architect Anherkhau adoring the Phoenix, originally found in the tomb of Anherkhau, 20th Dynasty.
Egyptian Artist, Egyptian Papyrus, Growing Papyrus, Architect Anherkhau, Anherkhau Adoring, Art Class, Ancient Egypt, 1970S Began
Judgement given by C. Jesus Espinosa - mayor of Chihuahua, Mexico - on January 13th, 1847, demanding reconciliation by Jorge Catano to his wife Tomara Zubia.
Tomara Zubia, Jorge Catano, Demanding Reconciliation, Wife Tomara, Jesus Espinosa, January 13Th, Chihuahua
A new book on the history of travel by Miami's own John White. Jack's a regular at the Walter Havighurst library and much of the information found in this book was built off the unique resources we have have here! www.lib.muohio.ed...
Havighurst Library, Miami, Unique Resources, Jack O'Connell, Book, John White, Walter Havighurst
April from a 1984 calendar that is also a calendar tribute to 1984.
April, 1984 Calendar, Calendar Tribute
Exciting as a trip to Stratford-Upon-Avon must be, John still remembered to get a gift for his mom. What a good son!