Acknowledgements and Contributors

A special thank you to Ellen and Leonard Milberg

A member of the Class of 1953, Leonard L. Milberg has been collecting British color plate books since the 1980s. His collection comprises about 115 exemplars published primarily in London from late 18th through the middle of the 19th century. Ranging in topic from history to horticulture, martial achievements to topographical scenery, these selections from the Milberg collection speak to a new aesthetic practice in Britain during a period when a larger sense of nation and empire was forming.

Exhibition Contributors

Anne Jarvis, Robert H. Taylor 1930 University Librarian

Exhibition curators: Stephen Ferguson, Assoc. UL for External Engagement; Emma Sarconi, Reference Professional for Special Collections; Jennifer Meyer, Curatorial Assistant

Exhibition design firm: Alusiv, Philadelphia, PA

Brenna Campbell, Preservation Librarian

Esmé Cowles, Software Development Manager, and the Digital Repository and Discovery Services team

Emily Judd, Communications Coordinator

Kimberly Leaman, IT Project Manager; online exhibition design

Mick LeTourneaux, Rare Books Conservator

Roel Muñoz, Library Digital Imaging Mgr., and the Digital Imaging Studio team

Stephanie Ramírez, Communications Specialist & Writer

Barbara Valenza, Director of Library Communications; graphic designer: publicity materials and exhibition booklet

John Walako, Coordinator of Exhibition Services

Stephanie Wiener, Exhibitions Registrar and Gallery Operations Manager; exhibition project manager

Exhibition fabricator: Vinylbomb, Hamilton, NJ