|THE camera begins to cast a long shadow in the world of books, especially via the film slide. Not that photography is any stranger in our gates. We have all long enjoyed its products. It is familiar in art. We have had anastatic reprints of useful texts, that is, reproductions from zinc etchings. In fact the lithograph and every form of plate printing begins with a negative on an emulsion surface. >>more...>>
Title: Films in the Reproduction of Library Materials
Author: Raney, M. Llewellyn
Publication: Bulletin of the American Library Association
Date: February, 1936
Publisher: American Library Association
Permissions: Permission granted for non-commercial, educational purposes by The American Library Association
Notes: Vol. 30, No. 2 (Feb., 1936), p. 80.
Raney was director of the University of Chicago Libraries.