Print Council of America. The site for this non-profit organization includes an excellent on-line bibliographic database for printmakers. Focusing mostly on fine art printmakers, but a good general site for information.
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Reading Room The home page of the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, includes ability to do an on-line search of their catalogue of prints!
Currier & Ives Foundation A nice site set up by later-generation relatives of the original Nathaniel Currier and James Ives. Dedication to furthering understanding and preservation of Currier & Ives prints.
Web site on Thomas Bewick. An excellent new site about the great wood engraver, Thomas Bewick. With lots of illustrations and much fascinating information.
National Portrait Gallery. This superb collection includes many historical prints.
American Antiquarian Society. Link to the AAS home page for accessing information on the AAS and its collections.
What is an original print? A nice discussion of this issue from the standpoint of modern prints.
The History of Cartography Project. An excellent site about this important publishing project.
A Guide to Recent Trends in the History of Cartography. Another fine bibliography.
The David Rumsey Collection. A superb private collection of maps with excellent digital images.
Calendar of Cartography Exhibitions.
MapHist mailing list web site.
Geography and Map Division of the Library of Congress.
The Harvard Map Collection. A fine site from one of the major map libraries in the U.S.
American Geographical Society Cartographic Collection
The Newberry Library Cartographic Collections. A most useful site which includes the excellent Concise Bibliography of the History of Cartography.
Osher Map Library & Smith Center for Cartographic Education.
British Library Map Collections
Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at the University of Texas
The Hargrett Collection at the University of Georgia Libraries
New York Public Library Charting America: Lawrence H. Slaughter Collection
So Much More Than Just a Map: Perspective on Louisiana and the New World. A superb WWW map exhibit. Very well designed and filled with useful information and good images.
ArtCyclopedia has information on many artists, including links to museums and galleries holding their works.
Library of Congress - Care for your collection. A very useful site with lots of information on caring for all sorts of collections.
Caring for Your Documents and Art on Paper. American Institute for Conservation's web page on conserving paper artifacts.
Taking care of artifacts and collectibles A page of links to brochures from the Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute on taking care of works on paper, as well as paintings, objects and furniture.
Listing of suppliers of conservation materials.
The History of Printing. Manuscripts, Books, and Maps: The Printing Press and a Changing World. A very nice site, which includes a section on maps.
Library of Congress: Expo: 1492. Illustrated text on "An Ongoing Voyage," the Library of Congress' exhibit on 1492.
ABAA's web site is a good site related to antique books.
World Wide Arts Resources. A comprehensive arts registry on the WWW.
Maine Antique Digest The Magazine about the Marketplace for Americana.
Collector Cafe. A site with articles, chat room, and link for collectors of all sorts.
Art Display Essentials is a mail order company selling; display stands, bases, cases, pedestals, easels, and custom mount making for; art, antiquities, collectibles.
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