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A Visual History of the Book GSLIS 731 Summer Session II July 2 – August 13, 2007 Instructor:  Sharon A. Pullen, C.A.
Cuneiform Tablet
Heiroglyphics
Scroll Book of Esther
Chinese presses and moveable type
Impermanent Media
Oral History
Manuscript Bodleian Library
Book of Hours
Gutenberg
Gutenberg Press
What to Print On? Parchment Vellum Paper
Parchment
Vellum The only difference between vellum and parchment is that vellum is made from the skins of young calves.
Papermaking
Papermaking illustrated
Western Papermakers
Early Printing
Revolutionary Cartoon
Slave Narrative  18 th  century
Early Papermaking Industry
Rags  to Pulp
One of the First Paper Mills in the UK
Illustrations Important for the non-literate early reader
Master Lithographer paints on stone
Plans for a press
Lithographic Press
19 th  Century Scroll Book
Military Surgery
19 th  century Children’s Book
 
Autograph Book Covers 19 th  c.
Lithographic Process
Linotype
Grolier Exhibit
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  1. 1. A Visual History of the Book GSLIS 731 Summer Session II July 2 – August 13, 2007 Instructor: Sharon A. Pullen, C.A.
  2. 2. Cuneiform Tablet
  3. 3. Heiroglyphics
  4. 4. Scroll Book of Esther
  5. 5. Chinese presses and moveable type
  6. 6. Impermanent Media
  7. 7. Oral History
  8. 8. Manuscript Bodleian Library
  9. 9. Book of Hours
  10. 10. Gutenberg
  11. 11. Gutenberg Press
  12. 12. What to Print On? Parchment Vellum Paper
  13. 13. Parchment
  14. 14. Vellum The only difference between vellum and parchment is that vellum is made from the skins of young calves.
  15. 15. Papermaking
  16. 16. Papermaking illustrated
  17. 17. Western Papermakers
  18. 18. Early Printing
  19. 19. Revolutionary Cartoon
  20. 20. Slave Narrative 18 th century
  21. 21. Early Papermaking Industry
  22. 22. Rags to Pulp
  23. 23. One of the First Paper Mills in the UK
  24. 24. Illustrations Important for the non-literate early reader
  25. 25. Master Lithographer paints on stone
  26. 26. Plans for a press
  27. 27. Lithographic Press
  28. 28. 19 th Century Scroll Book
  29. 29. Military Surgery
  30. 30. 19 th century Children’s Book
  31. 32. Autograph Book Covers 19 th c.
  32. 33. Lithographic Process
  33. 34. Linotype
  34. 35. Grolier Exhibit

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