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The Verse records contain submissions, correspondence, proofs, manuscripts, newspaper articles, journal issues, reviews, interviews, invoices, press releases, and promotional material. The records document the business and literary aspects of Verse. The Verse records were processed and preserved as part of the "Uncovering New Chicago Archives Project," funded with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
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Astrophysical Journal is a prominent research journal devoted to astronomy and astrophysics. Founded in 1895 by George E. Hale and James E. Keeler, Astrophysical Journal and its supplement series are published by the University of Chicago Press for the American Astronomical Society. This collection contains the administrative correspondence of several notable editors of the journal, including Edwin B. Frost, Henry H. Gale, Otto Struve, and W.W. Morgan, spanning from 1894 to 1951
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This collection contains correspondence, departmental publications, organizational material and other administrative records of the Department of Geology, spanning the early 1920s through the early 1940s. The largest segment of the collection is a chronological correspondence file of Edson S. Bastin, who served as chair of the department from 1922 to 1944; much of this correspondence relates to administrative activities in the department. Also included is an alphabetical sequence of inquiries from prospective students, material used to organize field trips, correspondence of the Society of Economic Geologists, and other material documenting student work and administrative activities in the department
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Consists of art and other artifacts related to Lincoln and the Civil War. Included is a plaque of Lincoln's head, a shawl, Civil War envelopes, and other commemorative ephemera. The collection forms part of the William E. Barton Collection of Lincolniana
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This collection contains administrative material related to the work of the Evaluation Committee of the Department of Geography, which issued its report on the department in 1975, as well as an assortment of departmental statistics, course material, publications, student information and cartographic material. Of particular interest is geographer and cartographer John Paul Goode's 1902 list of curriculum suggestions, Bernard J.S. Cahill's diagrams and discussion of the octahedral "butterfly map," and an evaluative committee's 1975 report highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of the department
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Consists of six Marvel comic books that tell the story of Herman Melville's Moby Dick. The Moby Dick series was a limited series published by Marvel in 2008. It was illustrated by Roy Thomas, Pascal Alixe, Victor Olazaba, and Andrew Crossley
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Commentaries on Aristotle's Organon. Author unknown
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Consists of administrative records, correspondence, pamphlet literature, books, photographs, audiovisual and digital material, and artifacts, with the bulk of material devoted to the period between 1934 and 2008
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Consists of records, correspondence, submissions, marketing materials, proofs, layouts, and published volumes of the literary magazine, Primavera
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Consists of portable patient logs divided into daily visits, pocket diaries, a physician's ledger book, an alphabetical listing of names, and a pocket wallet. The professional and personal items in the collection provide valuable insight into nineteenth century medical and health practices in the U.S.