Editor's Note: The artwork created to facilitate and celebrate the keeping of the cultural record is a field of interest unto itself. For twenty-nine years Libraries & Culture and the Journal of Library History before it encouraged enjoyment and exploration of the field by featuring a bookplate on the cover. With the new cover design of Libraries & the Cultural Record, presentation of this artwork has moved to inside pages. And, in keeping with the expanded focus of the journal, the artwork to be featured will come from libraries, archives, museums, and other keepers of the cultural record. We invite suggestions for these pages of bookplates, posters, and graphics of all sorts generated in the work of providing for the cultural record.


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