If you’re looking for rare manuscripts and historical books, you’d expect to find them in places like The British Museum Where the Library of Congress. But small libraries around the world often hold a variety of these treasures scattered beyond the stacks.
We checked with several San Antonio libraries to see what rarities they had and found several notable books. One has an anatomically correct – and for the time shocking – depiction of human anatomy and physiology, another has reproductions of Mexican paintings and hieroglyphics collected around the world, and a book described as the finest that exist.
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