Dorothy Krause was artist-in-residence at Harvard University when she came across “this huge old book from the 1800s,” she said. “It was a record of doctors’ prescriptions and it cost me about $125. It took me forever to clean it up.”Krause had access to Harvard’s collection of medical ephemera, and began the process of imprinting their images on the pages of the old prescription ledger.cCommentsGot something to say? Start the conversation and be the first to comment.The book that came out of this process, called “PreScribe,” has been chosen as the winner of the 2015 Florida Artist’s Book Prize.

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