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This catalogue describes an exhibition of books and manuscripts taken from the Keith H. Baker collection of twentieth-century writers. Featured in the exhibition are works by Eugene O’Neill, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, Thomas Wolfe, John…

An exhibition catalogue of the Adam papers, a series of letters and manuscript articles associated with the French nineteenth-century writer and salon hostess, Juliette Adam. They cover the period from 1880 to the mid-1920s, a time of political and…

This small book was published to accompany an exhibition drawn from the Desmond and Mary MacCarthy papers which consist of letters, manuscripts, typescripts, notebooks, radio scripts, tear sheets, school reports, diaries and drawings. Although the…

Consists of the correspondence, family papers, and items collected by George Alexander Ball, 1862-1955, his wife, Frances Emily (Woodworth) Ball, 1872-1958, and their daughter, Elisabeth Woodworth Ball, 1897-1982, of the Ball glass manufacturing…

This catalogue describes an exhibition representing German culture of the eighteenth century. Through the chronological organization of materials, the exhibition depicts the transition of German authors from their dependence on other cultures at the…

The original autograph manuscript of Peter Pan contains a great deal more material than appeared in the published version, including a number of corrections, deletions, variations, and Barrie's illustration of part of Never Land. The manuscript is…

Following the donation of J. K. Lilly’s library to Indiana University in 1955, David A. Randall was selected to be the Lilly Library’s first curator. He joined the faculty at Bloomington, having previously managed the rare book department at the…

An exhibition catalogue presented in three sections: the first illustrates the spread of European printing with movable types around the world mainly through the medium of the old colonial empires of Spain and Portugal; the second features a small…

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This catalogue describes an exhibition that seeks to display what it meant to live in Paris from 1650-1900. Eschewing the time-honored monuments sought by tourists, the exhibition features literature and images which portray the everyday. These…

This catalogue, and the exhibit it describes, focus on the towns and cities of the eighteenth century, from the perspectives of graphic artists, poets, novelists, social scientists, city planners, and mapmakers. Included items document the…
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