Did anyone else's Mom get your encyclopedias at the Grocery store? Before the internet these good old Funk & Wagnalls were my information source for all my homework.
14th Century Tower of Galata in Istanbul. I’ve been wanting to travel Turkey since I read about it in my encyclopedias when I was a little history nerd in the 80’s. Now I’m here and heading into the belly of the ancient civilizations. I am so very happy.
My copy of Scammell’s Universal treasure-house of useful knowledge an encyclopedia of the best methods in the principal arts of life, 1889
Paper copies of Encyclopedia Britannica at Westminster Cathedral
Artist Guy Laramée sandblast old encyclopedias to create stunning landscapes.
Found a encyclopedia printed in 1949 in my grandpa’s basement.
Mountainscape carved from old encyclopedias
Dear Encyclopedia Britannica, do you expect me to believe for one second that you had no choice but to do that with volume 8?
I think my mom will like her "garden encyclopedia" mothers day gift.
it was at that moment Dave realized the ghost wanted more than he expected.. (found this in one of my medical encyclopedias)
A dramatic mountainous landscape carved from a entire set of Encyclopedia Britannica
Wagon wheel at Black Creek Pioneer Village - the free encyclopedia a Wooden Sheel
I found a tube (dated 1988) with some drawings in it from Encyclopedia Britannica Inc. Does anybody know who the artist is?
I started reading this encyclopedia of space, and I think it needs a better editor
My 9 year old brother came in asking if I'd like to see some 'Carbons' he drew on his DS. Apparently someone was reading the Encyclopedia.
wikipedia seems to have rendered encyclopedias useless...
Remember old-school encyclopedias? This was my favorite section
This poster was made by World Book Encyclopedia. Einstein's entire face is made entirely from the quote at the bottom.