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April 21 - Early Telegraphic Materials with Canadiana Librarian Grant Hurley
Join us occasional Fridays at 12:30 pm, when the Fisher's video podcast series Between the Pillars streams via the library’s YouTube Channel.
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Fisher Digital Resources
Through the Revolving Door: Fisher Blog
- Among the more impressive and unusual items in the Fisher Library’s Tennyson collection are several very large editions of Idylls of the King illustrated by Gustave Doré (1882-1883) for the… Read the full post
- “This book is the first one ever written about tennis.” My ears perked up when a Fisher colleague said that sentence one morning last week in the workroom. I’m a fan of many things, but my love of… Read the full post
- Happy Bloomsday! Today is the day that readers, particularly Dubliners, celebrate the work of the Irish writer James Joyce, and particularly the publication of Ulysses, often singled out as the most… Read the full post
- The Internet Archive Book of the Week highlights a book from the 25,000 Fisher items that are freely available on the Internet Archive. This week, Victoria Bowen introduces us to a book from the… Read the full post
Fisher Audio Lectures
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- For this exhibition on legendary American book designer Bruce Rogers, the title "Humane Letters" is a succinct description of his career. BR,as he was called by most who knew him, attempted to design… More about this exhibition
The Discovery of Insulin at the University of Toronto: An Exhibition in Celebration of the 100th AnniversaryIn celebration of the centennial anniversary of the discovery of insulin at the University of Toronto, the Fisher has mounted this online exhibition featuring highlights from the Library's collection… More about this exhibition
- The Fısher Library’s exhibition and catalogue, ‘So Long Lives this’: A Celebration of Shakespeare’s Life and Work, 1616–2016, explores that rich history through contributions by four scholars who… More about this exhibition