links for 2010-08-26

LibGig "LibGig is a new professional networking website dedicated to bringing together everyone who accesses, organizes, creates, manages, produces or distributes information for a living." Users have the ability to search jobs by keyword (e.g. Art), location, etc. (tags: jobs libraries)

links for 2010-08-19

Society of the Four Arts: Gioconda and Joseph King Library The library houses more than 65,000 books and periodicals, along with an extensive collection of DVDs, CDs, VHS tapes and audiocassette tapes. In addition, the Fine and Decorative Arts Collection offers extensive selections covering the topics of decorative and interior arts, photography, architecture, art and […]

links for 2010-05-03

Student Chapter of the Society of American Archivists at Simmons College (SCoSAA) (tags: archives students associations) Panopticon Wiki "Panopticon is a [Simmons Graduate School of Library and Information Science] special interest group for students interested in art librarianship and visual resources." (tags: wiki ARLIS/NE students associations) Panopticon "Panopticon is a [Simmons Graduate School of Library […]

links for 2010-03-29

History of the Book / Typography, Amsterdam's photosets on Flickr Pictures are made in close cooperation with Special Collections, Amsterdam, also with the Royal Library, The Hague and the Archive at Alkmaar. On this site we present typographical material of different countries – most of it from the Netherlands for the period 1470-1800 and France […]

links for 2009-07-08

Maynard L. Parker Collection, Huntington Library Maynard L. Parker (1901–1976) was a Los Angeles–based architectural and garden photographer who contributed images to many of the nation’s premiere home design publications. The Maynard L. Parker collection consists of approximately 58,000 negatives, transparencies, and photographs as well as office records and business correspondence related to a wide […]