Read All About It: A Century of Publishing at San Francisco State

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Through June 15

Special Collections Reading Room

San Francisco State University
J. Paul Leonard Library
1630 Holloway Avenue, 4th floor
San Francisco, CA 94132

San Francisco State has been involved with publishing since the 1910s when founding president Frederic Burk took on California State textbooks to introduce individualized instruction. During the Great Depression our yearbooks and newspapers garnered awards, but when our students applied creativity to graphic design, the artist books they produced were stellar. Come see a small sampling of publications produced at San Francisco State from 1910 to 2016.

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University Archives

Spotlight Exhibit Thursday, April 19, 2018