McLean County Museum of History
Contains photocopies of "Goudy's type designs: his story and specimens" (1978); "Behind the type: the life story of Frederic W. Goudy" by Bernard Lewis (1941); photocopies of pictures of Goudy and his family; photocopies of news articles (1937-1948); photocopies of magazine articles, including the New Yorker article, "Profiles: glorifier of the alphabet (1933); The Advertiser's sketchbook, "Styles stimulating typography for advertisers ..." by Goudy as told to L.M. MacMillan (1937); Publisher's Weekly, "Frederic W. Goudy: man of letters, 1865-1947" by Paul A. Bennett (1947); Newberry Library Bulletin, vol. 6, no. 9 by John Dreyfus (1978); The Quarterly Journal of the Library of Congress, vol. 34, no. 2 (1977), "Craftsman in a machine age" by Kurt Beske; "Frederic W. Goudy, typographer," by Mary F. Corbitt, University of Illinois Library School (1951); copy of "Leaders in the fine arts: McLean County"; Goudy tributes, including "Goudy the type master," printed by Elliott Fisher Company ... Read More
California State Library - California History Room
Article clippings (for the most part no indication of dates or from which newspapers) and photographs detailing cases involving the Alameda County Deputy Sheriff's department. Some of the photographs show crime scenes along with dead victims. Of interest are the articles and pictures showing law enforcement during Prohibition in Alameda County. One of the volumes has a Deputy Sheriff's badge printed on the cover with the title Clippings. The other volume has the title Scrap Album
California State Library - California History Room
California State Library - California History Room
California State Library - California History Room
The mystique of printing (1995) -- Honorable Mike Roos ... (1995) -- One year more for poor old Harry (no date) -- This body I wear is much too fragile for the life I lead -- Invitation to lecture by Ward Ritchie at Occidental College -- Invitation to exhibit of woodcuts by Paul Landacre -- The Flame in Hand Press announces for early publication: Laughter in the Dark by Dee Verlaine -- Women by Louise Bogan (1929) -- Interrogate the Stones by Archibald MacLeish (1929 -- 2 copies) -- Beer being a very careful analysis of life's major joy by George Arnold (1930 -- 3 copies, one copy has cover separate from text) -- Valley quail by Hildegarde Flanner (1929) -- Midsummer by Leonie Adams (1929 -- 2 copies, covers vary) -- Stars do not make a noise by James Stephens (1931 -- 2 copies, different covers) -- In Galilee by Hildegarde Flanner (1932) -- Oder touched by delight (1933) -- Passport, Zamorano Club (1954) -- Announcement by Hackett-Newell Company -- Announcement for Vic Knight's ... Read More
University of Southern Mississippi - Cook Library
Twenty-four woodblock prints by Thomas Bewick. Most are 8" x 11" in size and are matted
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of an article of apprenticeship dated September 16, 1868 between J.L. Peterson and a 10-year-old African-American girl, abandoned by her parents, named Judy Smith. The agreement would be in effect until Smith turned 18. This appears to be an example of a standard form from the 19th century between slave owners and slaves
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of 15 Babylonian clay tablets; eight of these have been authenticated by Edgar J. Banks and deciphered enough to approximate their subject matter. They are: 1.) Found at Warka, a contract tablet bearing the name of Nergalsharezer (Neriglissar), King of Babylon, 562 B.C., and dated in the second year of his reign, or in 560 B.C.; 2.) Found at Warka, a contract tablet bearing the name of Nabonidus, the last Semitic king of Babylon, 556-538 B.C., and the father of the Biblical Belshazzar, dated in the seventh year of his reign, 549 B.C.; 3.) Found at Warka, a contract tablet bearing the name of Cyrus, the first Persian king of Babylon, 538-529 B.C., the tablet is dated in the seventh year of his reign, 531 B.C.; 4.) Found at Warka, a contract tablet bearing the name of Cambyses, son of Cyrus, King of Babylon, 529-522 B.C., and dated in the second year of his reign, 527 B.C.; 5.) From Drehem, the tablet was first written and then sealed with a cylindrical seal to ... Read More
University of Virginia
[Suffer the little children to come unto me] / Springer Drug Co., D. Atkinson, Prop., Richmond, Virginia. Grand Rapids Calendar Co., Grand Rapids, Mich.-- / Christ in Gethsemane. Scott's Funeral Service Mortuary, Richmond, Va. "8706 c A. Scheer" -- [Last Supper] / Walter J. Manning Funeral Home, Richmond, Va