ATL 100

ATL 100 celebrates the bequest of Alexander Horsburgh Turnbull, the founding collection of the Alexander Turnbull Library. The library came into being when Alexander Turnbull bequeathed his library to the nation in 1918. Two years later, in 1920, the doors of the library opened for the first time to the public. This brand was developed to support the two years of celebration planned for ATL 100.

The Turnbull Library Record is the longest-running journal in the humanities, and Fortyfive Design is responsible for designing it each year. The TLR acts as a glimpse into the richness of some works in the collection.

You can see digital archival copies of the TLR over the years, here.