A Lively Experiment

Notes on collections at the RIHS

RIHS Graphics Blog!

For even more information about the Historical Society’s collections (the graphics collection in particular), visit the latest RIHS blog, the Graphics Collection Survey Project.

Graphics Project Archivist Jim DaMico will be documenting the process of cataloging and rehousing the Historical Society’s extensive graphics collections, and highlighting some of the more interesting items he encounters in the course of his work. The first post investigates engraving plates.


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