Radio/Web Report: Take a Tour of Sacred Books in the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library (University of Toronto)
From the CBC:
Pearce Carefoote is an Anglican priest and Interim Head of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library at the University of Toronto. It’s the largest rare book library in Canada with about 800,000 books. Carefoote shares the stories attached to some of their oldest religious texts and special books with Tapestry producer Graham MacDonald.
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