Graphic Arts Collection

The Graphic Arts Collection documents the history of printing and printed books from the 8th century to the present with examples of fine press printing, bookbinding, papermaking, letterform, illustration, and livres d’artistes, as well as a reference collection. Primary source materials include approximately 50,000 prints, drawings, and photographs; blocks, stones, and plates for printmaking; and printed ephemera.

For more, see the Graphic Arts Collection Homepage.

Collection Contact

Julie Mellby

Graphic Arts Librarian
Floor C 16J.1
Firestone Library