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The Aldus Society: Sarah Neville

April 11 @ 7:30 pm EST

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Welcome to your Central Ohio connection for book lovers. The Aldus Society brings literary events and programming to book lovers and educational opportunities to members. Some of our members are serious book collectors, some of us are merely lovers of the printed word in  all its forms.

Thurber Center
91 Jefferson Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215.
(next to the Thurber House).

7 p.m.: Doors open, socializing.
7:30 p.m.: Presentation begins.

Free parking. Programs are free and open to the public.

Thursday, FEB 8th 2024: Sarah Neville. The OSU English professor and author of Early Modern Herbals and the Book Trade will discuss the book trade in Tudor and Stuart England and reasons behind the success of the printed herbal.

Thursday, MAR 14th 2024: Reid Byers. The author of The Private Library examines the historical influences that have shaped the architecture of the private library, and the furnishings, amenities, and delightful anachronisms that make the mortal room into what Borges so famously called Paradise.

Thursday, APR 11th 2024: Betty Weibel. The author of The Ohio Literary Trail, which locates over 70 literary sites across Ohio, will discuss her experiences in tracking down the writers from Ohio who helped shape literature and culture worldwide.

Thursday, MAY 9th 2024: Madison Good. Madison Good of the OSU Library Special Collections  presents the bookbindings of Margaret Armstrong, one of the most celebrated and recognized women in binding design from the late 19th century, who inspired a generation of younger women with her style and industrious output.


April 11
7:30 pm


Thurber Center
91 Jefferson Avenue
Columbus, OH 43215 United States
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