The Oxford Almanack was first published in 1674 and has been published by the University and its Press continuously since 1676. For those who do not know it the Amanck is a poster printed on fine art paper with each year a specially commissioned view of Oxford, a calendar of dates academic ecclesiastical and national and a list of the principal office holders of the University and colleges. They are traditional and collectible.
Now the Oxford University Press in its wisdom (sic) wishes to stop producing them.
May I urge readers, if they have not done so already, to sign this open letter to OUP protesting against this decision. The introduction gives more about the history of the Almanack
What is the world coming to?