Saturday, July 13, 2013

John Russell Bartlett Society

This autumn's John Russell Bartlett Society events will offer a number of exceptional opportunities for members. In November we'll have the chance to see some of the rare books and manuscripts in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, better known for its art and artifacts. During our December visit to the AS220 Labs and Printshop we'll be using a robotically-controlled router to create wood type, which we'll then use to print broadsides. And over the course of the season we'll also have a full slate of lectures, including a joint session in October with the Ticknor Society that will feature a magic performance to accompany an exhibition and lecture on Lewis Carroll.

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