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Arts & Culture
Thu August 23, 2012
Idaho Rare Books Reveal Literary Connections Through The Ages
An exhibition of rare books and objects opens August 24 at Boise State University. “Chapters from the History of the Book,” features 31 books and artifacts from different time periods from all over the world. Stephanie Bacon directs the Idaho Center for the Book. She curated the exhibit.
The exhibition opens tomorrow with an evening reception at Boise State’s Ron and Linda Yanke Family Research Park. The exhibit is free. You can view the exhibit through December 5 from 1-4pm Monday-Thursday or by appointment.
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