There are universities and museums around the world that collect and study pop-up
and movable books. Take the time to explore these sites in full. They
have much to offer. Here is a blogger, Whitney Trettien, who has studied digital images and found these early anatomical flap books.
Early movable books from the collection of book dealer, JoAnn Reisler. Books shown at The Movable Book Society 2008 Conference in Washington, DC.
Here is a blogger, Whitney Trettien, who has studied digital images and found these early anatomical flap books.
Picturing Childhood 1550-1990-the UCLA Special Collections, a wonderful history and more!
"Pop-up and Movable Books A Tour Through Their History" at the University of North Texas. It's animated!
The University of Delaware collection of movable books.
Ann Montanaro, president and founder of the Movable Book Society, mounted this exhibition at Rutgers University, NJ, from her own collection.
A French website totally devoted to pop-ups! ooh-la-la!
Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine now houses the Harold Goralnick [MBS member] collection of about 1800 pop-up books. In 2011, a major exhibition was mounted.