Eleanor Garvey

Eleanor Garvey is a former Curator of Printing and Graphic Arts at the Houghton Library, Harvard University.

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Cover: A' Dilettanti delle Bell' Arti: A Decorated Alphabet Engraved by Giovanni Battista Betti, Florence, 1785A' Dilettanti delle Bell' Arti: A Decorated Alphabet Engraved by Giovanni Battista Betti, Florence, 1785Garvey, EleanorPAPERBACK05/31/2005$10.00
Cover: Fregi e Majuscole Incise e Fuse da Giambattista Bodoni: A Bodoni KeepsakeFregi e Majuscole Incise e Fuse da Giambattista Bodoni: A Bodoni KeepsakePAPERBACK05/31/2005$6.00
Cover: The Philip Hofer Collection in the Houghton Library: A Catalogue of an Exhibition of The Philip Hofer Bequest in the Department of Printing and Graphic ArtsThe Philip Hofer Collection in the Houghton Library: A Catalogue of an Exhibition of The Philip Hofer Bequest in the Department of Printing and Graphic ArtsGarvey, EleanorPAPERBACK09/30/2005$35.00
Cover: Tenniel’s Alice: Drawings by Sir John Tenniel for <i>Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland</i> and <i>Through the Looking-Glass</i>Tenniel’s Alice: Drawings by Sir John Tenniel for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-GlassGarvey, Eleanor
Bond, William H.
PAPERBACK09/30/2005$15.00Currently unavailable
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