The Katharine Kyes Leab & Daniel J. Leab American Book Prices Current Exhibition Award Winners 2005

The Exhibition Awards Committee of the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries is pleased to announce the following winners of the 2005 Katharine Kyes Leab & Daniel J. Leab "American Books Prices Current" Exhibition Awards.  An awards ceremony will be held at the RBMS program at the ALA Conference in Chicago, Illinois, Sunday, June 26, 2005 beginning at 1:30 p.m.

Winner, Division ONE (Expensive catalogs):
Mortimer Rare Book Room, Smith College, Holding In, Holding On: Artist's Books by Martha A. Hall by Martha Hall and Martin Antonetti.

Winner, Division TWO (Moderately expensive catalogs):
The Huntington Library, Huntington Library Press, Objects of American Art Education: Highlights from the Diana Korzenik Collection by Diana Korzenik with an introduction by Cathy Cherbosque.

Winner, Division THREE (Inexpensive catalogs):
The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library at the University of Toronto, Commentary: An Exhibition of Artwork by Sylvia Ptak by Sylvia Ptak and Kyo Maclear.

Winner, Division FOUR (Brochures):
Vassar College, Uncle Tom's Cabin in Print: The Collection of Mary C. Schlosser by Mary C. Schlosser, Ronald Patkus and Joyce Bickerstaff.

Winner, Division FIVE (Electronic Exhibitions):
The Center for Renaissance Studies at the Newberry Library, Elizabeth I: Ruler and Legend ( http://publications.newberry.org/elizabeth/ ) by Clark Hulse, Karen Acklin and Michael Acklin.

The EAC wishes to congratulate the winners, and to thank all entrants for their interest in the competition and for their contribution to its success.

All printed catalogs and brochures submitted for the 2005 competition will be on display at the 46th RBMS Preconference in St Louis, Mo.

A complete list of entries for the 2005 competition with contact and ordering/access information, as well as lists of entries and winners for other years may be found on the RBMS Exhibition Awards Committee page.