This digital exhibition was created by the graduate students from the division of Musicology and the departments of Art History, French, Francophone & Italian Studies, and Spanish and Portuguese who enrolled in Professor Anne D. Hedeman’s HA 510: Medieval Manuscripts and Early Printed Books in Spring 2018 and worked with manuscripts and early printed books from Special Collections in the Kenneth Spencer Research Library. Ellen Collier, Jacob Hendrix, and Megan Seiler studied a manuscript Book of Hours (MS A6). Emily Frederich and Leslee Wood analyzed the Vosper Hours (MS Pryce C1). Sadie Arft and Ángel María Rañales Pérez examined an early printed Book of Hours that resulted from a long-standing collaboration between Philippe Pigouchet and Simon Vostre (Summerfield B491). Finally, Sarah Dyer and Indira García worked with a printed book published in 1505 by Germain Hardouyn (Summerfield C65). Professor Hedeman and the students would like to thank Elspeth Healey and Karen Severud Cook for their generosity in making the books available and Scott Hanrath for helping them find a home for their digital exhibition.