Scope and Contents This temporary collection consists of uncataloged periodicals currently waiting for cataloging. Titles may be removed from this inventory as they are cataloged, and titles may be added to this inventory as they are acquired.
Monthly publication under the direction of the Mount Lebanon Bishopric titled THE SHAKER, 1871-1877, and then THE MANIFESTO, 1878-1897, containing articles, autobiographical sketches, poetry, theology, music, news from various Shaker settlements, death notices, and letters
Scope and Content Sponsa Regis 1933-1965, which became Sisters Today 1966-2000; American Benedictine Review 1951-2000; Orate Fratres 1926-1951, which became Worship 1951-2000. Some issues, even whole volumes, missing.
Collection of monographs and serials focussing on North American Masonic history with some items on British and European Masonry and other secret societies. Includes bulletins, proceedings, reports and bylaws of various orders and rites, along with histories of lodges and some Masonic drama, music, fiction and poetry. Imprints range from 17th-20th centuries and include text in English, French, German, Spanish and Latin. The manuscript material and the photographs that originally formed part of the collection were transfered to the Manuscript Division of the Public Archives of Canada when the collection was acquired
Cornell University - Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Mostly small runs of periodicals on a variety of human sexuality subjects, including lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transsexuals and transgender people, AIDS, feminism, and gender and sexual identity. Titles may be published in the United States or internationally.
Representations of ballets and other theatrical dance performances, chiefly from French nineteenth-century illustrated periodicals. All are full-page illustrations. They have been arranged in three groups according to the periodical in which they appeared: Le Monde Illustré, L'Univers Illustré, and Others