Video feature — Why Stuart Rose’s Collection of Rare Books Matters in the Age of the Digital Surrogates
A keynote address by Daniel De Simone, the Eric Weinmann Librarian at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C. A 1974 graduate of the University of Dayton with a master's in history, De Simone came to the Folger Library in 2014 from the Library of Congress, where he organized exhibitions and symposia and wrote on diverse subjects including the Giant Bible of Mainz, Galileo’s Sidereus Nuncius, William Blake and early calligraphy books. Before that, he operated his own rare-book business in New York City.
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Daniel De Simone, a 1974 University of Dayton graduate and the Eric Weinmann Librarian at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., discusses the importance of the Imprints and Impressions exhibit's seminal books in an age of digital surrogates.
De Simone, Daniel, "Video feature — Why Stuart Rose’s Collection of Rare Books Matters in the Age of the Digital Surrogates" (2014). Supplemental Media: Catalogue, Handlist, Lectures, Events and More. 4.