Editor’s Note



As editor of RBML I have tried to expand its coverage into areas of interest to our readers not hitherto explored in our publication. One of those areas is the holdings of institutions not normally associated with our readership, museums, which often have libraries that contain materials of the same type held by our rare book and special collections libraries.

The current issue opens with Joan Carpenter Troccoli’s essay about the manuscript and graphic materials collection at Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa. Not only is this piece an excellent survey of the relationship between two figures often related to rare book . . .

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