How the RBMS Exhibition Catalogue Awards Got from There to Here, from Then to Now

SALLY LEACH

Abstract

In March 1985 the RBMS Exhibition Catalogue Awards Committee issued a press release through ACRL announcing that three annual awards would be granted in the Spring of 1986 for the best catalogues published by American or Canadian institutions in conjunction with exhibitions of books and/or manuscripts. For the first year of the awards, catalogues published between January 1, 1983, and August 31, 1985, were eligible and would be divided into three budget categories—expensive, moderately expensive, and inexpensive—based upon production costs, thereby allowing institutions of similar publishing resources to compete within the same category. This call for entries in . . .

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