Cornell University

Ithaca, NY — Rare early photographs of China by the Chinese photographer Lai Fong, from the Loewentheil Photography of China Collection, will be exhibited for the first time at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University.

The landmark exhibition, Lai Fong (c.1839–1890): Photographer 

Fittingly, a new exhibition on witchcraft opens today at Cornell University. Pulled from the university's Witchcraft Collection, The World Bewitch'd spans five hundred years of witch-related material: trial documents, religious texts, spells, and even confessions explore a group of people, often women,

New York—June 17 2015—Herrick, Feinstein LLP's Art Law Group announced today that with its assistance, and working with the United States Government, its client, The Royal Library of Sweden, has recovered two rare books stolen along with dozens of other volumes over ten years ago.  One book, dating from 1638, is a manual for constructing scenes and machines for the theater published by

Robinson Street Books has acquired the William B. Provine (emeritus professor of the history of biology in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Cornell University), (duplicate) collection of offprints. Spanning 300 years of important scientific discovery it contains important works by Theodor Boveri, Walther Flemming, Thomas Huxley, Julian Huxley, Sewall Wright, Francis Crick

Last week, I wrote about a new documentary series called the Great Big American Auction on ABC. To follow up on this recent trend marrying auctions and reality television, I spoke with Eric Lindstrom at