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Detroit Public Library Rare Book Room
Detroit Public Library Rare Book Room
TitleDetroit Public Library Rare Book Room
TypeImage
Digitized Materialcolor postcard
Coverage-SpatialDetroit, Michigan
SubjectLibrary buildings Michigan
Public libraries
Interiors
DescriptionOn Back: Detroit Public Library 5201 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48202. Rare Book Room. Black ebony doors incised in gold carry the names of renowned printers. The bronze fleur-de-lis grilles designed by the architect, Francis J. Keally, simulate the binding of a rare book. A collection of rare and historical landmarks in all fields of knowledge is housed in this room.
Creator-CorporateAllen Stross; Dexter Press
Creator-RolePublisher; Manufacturer
Creator-ContactsBerkeley, CA; West Nyack, NY
PublisherALA Archives - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
ThemeLibrary Postcards
Sub-themeMichigan
Techniquecolor photography
Inclusive Dates1900-
LanguageEnglish
Work Dimensions-Measurement14.0 x 8.8 cm
MediumPaper
Digital Dimensions-Measurement3285 x 2045 pixels
FormatTIFF
Resolution-Measurement600 dpi
File Size-Measurement20153715 bytes
Resource Identifier195-9701055-a
Date Created2008-04-17
Copyrightunknown
Group-Record97
Sub Group-Record1
Series-Record55
RepositoryUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. University Archives
CollectionSjoerd Koopman Library Postcard Collection
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