The Shelf List, June 2019
The Shelf List highlights items added to the catalog in the past month. Some of these are new acquisitions and some are items from our backlog. Follow the links to view the full catalog records.
Art Curiosa Collection
Bullock, Sam, and W. E. “Paddy” Krepper. Billy-boy: The Kidnapped Child. Cleveland, Ohio: Bee Key Music Co., 1909.
The Bummer Boy: A “spoony” Biography. [New York]: American News Co., 1868.
Carleton, L. C. Hickory Jack, Or, The Wild Man of the Woods. Cleveland, Ohio: The Arthur Westbrook Company, 1909.
Fletcher, Samuel. The Blazing Arrow. Cleveland, Ohio: The Arthur Westbrook Company, 1909.
Haggard, H. Rider. Allan’s Wife. New York: Hurst & Company, 1889.
Kennedy, A. E. The Three Bears. New York: Sam’l Gabriel Sons & Co., 1911.
Paine, Horace. The Boy’s Best Weekly. Cleveland: Arthur Westbrook Co., 1909.
The Railroad. New York: Charles E. Graham & Co., 1915.
Springer, J. The Forest Lodge: A Romance of Indian Life. New York: George Munro & Co., publishers, 137 William Street, 1864.
Treasure Island: (c)Fox Film Corp. New York: J.S. Ogilvie Publishing Co., 1918.
Tonna-Barthet, Antonino. La Vita Di Gesù Nel Testo Concordato Dei Vangeli Con Riflessioni Di S. Agostino. Firenze: Tipografía Fiorenza, 1939.
Early American Imprints
Sherman, George, John Mershon, and Isaiah Thomas. New-Jersey State Gazette. Trenton, N.J.: Printed by Sherman, Mershon & Thomas, 1799. Volume I, Number 45, January 7, 1800.
Joseph McGarrity Collection
[Scrapbook, Shelbourne Hotel Dublin]. Dublin: s.n., 1930.
Maps, Images, and Graphics Collection
Andrew Jackson. Hartford: D.W. Kellogg & Co., 1830.
The Great American Tanner. New York: Currier & Ives, 1868.
James G. Birney: Nominated By the Liberty Party for Eleventh President of the United States. [New York]: Lith. & Pub. by N. Currier, 2 Spruce St., 1844.
James K. Polk: Eleventh President of the United States. [Boston]: Published by F. Gleason, 1 1/2 Tremont Row, 1845.
John P. Hale: The Champion of Liberty and Free Soil. [New York]: Kellogg & Comstock, 1852.
Martin Van Buren, Eighth President of the United States, Inaugurated March 4th, 1837. [Hartford]: [D.W. Kellogg & Co.], 1837.
National Democratic Banner of Victory, 1868. [New York]: Published by Currier & Ives, 1868.
National Union Republican Banner, 1868. New York: Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St., 1868.
Brown, John. Virginia Manuscript Certificate for Wolf-scalping Bounty. Virginia: s.n., 1804.
James Hazen Hardy, Jr., Papers.
Mary Frances Knighton Scrapbook.
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