labels (identifying artifacts)
Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Pieces of paper, leather, fabric, or small tablets inscribed and affixed to something for identification or description. In the context of bookbinding, refers specifically to paper or other material separate from that used to cover a book, on which the author's name and the title are printed or engraved and glued to the spine or front board. For larger, more public identifying notices, use "identification signs."
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Ephemera -- Exhibition Labels, 1955?
File — Box 3, Folder: 37
Scope and Contents Eight exhibit labels from the Chapin Library at Williams College and possibly another exhibit, along with a typed note to Mary L. Richmond from Charles Antin of the Research Institute of America, Inc., regarding an exhibit.Six of the eight labels are letterpress printed with the exhibit title "POETRY SINCE 1880" in blue and the item descriptions in black. Of these six, three also have "CHAPIN LIBRARY - WILLIAMS COLLEGE" printed in blue at the lower margin of the card. The...