Lilly Library curator Andrew Rhoda discusses how puzzles can teach us about history and ourselves.
Book artist Mary Uthuppuru consistently returns to the concept of the book as a physical, mechanical object—not simply a vehicle for information.
An exhibition reveals the craft and humanity that lurks in illustrations of skin lesions, bone disorders, and tumors from historical medical texts.
In this video from the Lilly Library, Manuscripts Archivist Craig Simpson is showing off some material from the Lilly archives covering the silent film era.
On this week's episode, we're back at the Lilly Library looking at materials from Pauline Kael and David Mamet.
In this video special, we are visiting the Lilly Library on the Indiana University campus.
The Prez in a fez? “I don’t know when we found out that Herman Wells had gone to Afghanistan in 1966,” Jim Canary recalled, “but that really opened things up.”
The Summer Quest is a chance to uncover the wonders of the world - animal, vegetable and mineral - without ever leaving the comforts of Bloomington.
Having rarely exhibited and never sold any of his artwork, Morton C. Bradley left his entire body of work--more than 300 pieces--to Indiana University.
Visitors to the Indiana University Lilly Library find a wealth of knowledge and history at their finger tips.