Exhibitions and publications support the Kelly Library’s learning and teaching mission

About the Print Studio

The Kelly Library Print Studio is a letterpress print shop where students can gain hands-on experience learning about early and mid-twentieth century letterpress printing. It supports the St. Michael’s Book and Media Studies Program, Medieval Studies Program, Celtic Studies, and Christianity and Culture.

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Second Floor

John M. Kelly Library,

113 St. Joseph Street, Toronto

The front of the John M. Kelly Library at St. Michael’s College.


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About the Conservation Studio

The Kelly Library Conservation Studio

The Conservation Studio at the John M. Kelly Library: Preserving Our Collections

With over 27,000 pre-1900 books, the official records of the College, and the private papers of illustrious figures in our special collections, the John M. Kelly Library has the responsibility to ensure their continued accessibility and use. With this in mind, the Library developed and built the Conservation Studio in order to preserve and conserve our collections. This exhibit focused on materials that are housed in the Kelly Library, and explored methods of conservation that could ensure the longevity of these materials.

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Third Floor
John M. Kelly Library

Deborah Barnett, College Printer
Deborah Barnett, College Printer

Meet the Print Master

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Cumhdach Imprint

Learn more about the imprint and experiential learning

A Tetrad Imprint

Explore the McLuhan-inspired imprint and digital tetrad

His latest work is A Life Well-Lived, a selection of photos and stories of people across Nebraska highlighting their stories from the past 70 years. These are photographs and stories of those who might be forgotten in the rush of history.

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I had learned already many of the Outland methods of communicating by forest notes rather than trust to the betraying, high-pitched human voice.

None of these was of more use to me than the call for refuge. If any Outlier wished to be private in his place, he raised that call, which all who were within hearing answered.

Then whoever was on his way from that placed hurried, and whoever was coming toward it stayed where he was until he had permission to move on.