The Yale Library is happy to announce the Spring/Summer issue of Nota Bene: News from the Yale Library. This year also marks the thirtieth anniversary of Nota Bene, which was launched in the spring of 1987!

Be sure to check out “Gradual Reveal: Documenting the “Life” of a Manuscript,” which describes the technical examination of a manuscript fragment by Paper/Photo Conservator, Marie-France Lemay, and Music Department graduate student, Zachary Stewart.  And look closely at the photograph accompanying, “Rare album of William Hogarth prints donated to Yale” and you will see Book and Manuscript Conservator, Laura O’Brien-Miller.  Miller is currently working in the Gates Conservation Lab on phase 2 of the treatment plan for the album.

Conservation & Exhibition Services is happy to be part of Nota Bene’s 30th birthday issue!
 

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