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Through Saturday, July 27, in our Ground Floor Gallery.
Since its founding in 1913, The Garden Club of America has maintained for its members a significant library of rare books on gardening. To mark its centenary, the Grolier Club will present "Gardening by the Book: Celebrating 100 Years of the Garden Club of America," on view May 15 through July 27, 2013. This little-known but remarkable collection of treasures illustrates the activities of the premier American gardening association over the course of a century, through superb color plate books on natural history and floriculture, treatises on garden design and landscape architecture, and early photographic works on gardening. Visit our Public Events page to see a schedule of lectures and tours relating to this show.
Through Saturday, May 25, in our Second Floor Gallery.
"A Count With Taste, and Sticky Fingers." This exhibition from the collection of Grolier Club member Jeremy Norman surveys the life and infamous career of Count Guglielmo Libri, one of the most audacious book thieves in history. Read Eve Kahn's
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