Miniature Book News #108: 2001 March Page: 4
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Last update: March 14, 2001
WORLD WIDE WEB
We recently tried out our new
computer on the World Wide Web
(WWW). We logged on to GOOGLE,
our favorite internet search engine.
Then we entered a search for
Miniature Books and two different
web sites, Miniature Book Society
and www.minibuch-berlin.de (The
Berlin miniature book society
website). Here's what we found:
1) MINIATURE BOOKS
This site called up a very long list
(pages and pages) of links to
miniature book publishers, here and
abroad, to libraries, to occcasional
articles about miniature books, to
auction house sites, etc. For
-- Carlotte M. Smith collection of
miniature books, with a view of the
descriptive catalogue and color
-- Miniature Book page- short
history of minibooks, written by
-- Gushing Library site, at Texas A
& M University, showing a dozen
photos of miniature books, both
and antiquarian, together with
-- An article by Catherine Porter,
The exquisite world of miniature
books, which appeared on
'the premium online auction
-- Barbara J. Raheb's minis,
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Edison, Julian I. Miniature Book News #108: 2001 March, periodical, 2001; St. Louis, Missouri. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc9390/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Rare Book and Texana Collections.