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College Archives Databases

Other Special Collections

  • Artists' Books

    The Artists' Books Collection was developed to support study and teaching of bookworks as an art form. It is divided by subject between Simpson (graphic design, typography and published artists' books) and Meyer Libraries (handmade and photography artists' books). The collection is non-circulating and not browsable, but book previews are available to the CCA community in VAULT. Titles may be requested at the circulation desk to view in the library.

  • Capp St Project Archive

    The Capp Street Project Archive documents the process, intention, and realization of installations and temporary projects sponsored by the Capp Street Project since 1983. It is housed in Meyer Library (Oak), and available by appointment.

  • Hamaguchi Study Print Collection

    The Hamaguchi Study Print Collection consists of nearly 800 prints, selected for their pedagogical value in the study of printmaking, design, and history. Access to the print cabinets in Meyer (Oak) are available to faculty M-F 9-5 or by appointment.

  • Sinel Collection

    A catalog for Joseph C. Sinel's collection of work documenting his career in design. Materials are housed in the Simpson Library and may be used for advanced research, by appointment only.

  • Small Press Traffic Archive

    A selection of over 1,350 contemporary books and journals from small independent publishers are housed in Simpson Library.