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    Aspects of the Heavens, 1930

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    Aspects of the Heavens (two women and a donkey) from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild magazine, September 1930, small reproduction, 3.375 x 4.375 inches

    There Seems to be a Crime!,1931

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    There Seems to be Crime! (person hanging from tree) from "The Wanton Playgoer," Theatre Guild Magazine, May 1931, ink on paper, 11.175 x 7 inches

    Large woman on stage with hand at man's neck, 1929

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    Large woman on stage with hand at man's neck from Theatre Guild Magazine, February 1929, tearsheet, 10 x 7.375 inches

    Steamer "Charles Macalester" for Mt. Vernon, capacity 1,700

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    The steamer Charles Macalester, capacity 1700, bound for Mount Vernon, Virginia, circa 1907-1912. Postmark date: October 15, 1912; Postcard number: M-4322; Message included

    Thomas Bray papers, Series 1, Box 5, Folder 2: A Memorial Representing the Present Case of the Church in Maryland, With Relation to its Establishment by Law, 1700

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    Dr. Thomas Bray (1656-1730) was a leading figure in the Church of England in colonial Maryland. The collection includes information on colonial religion, libraries, and the Anglican Church Establishment Act contained in petitions, meeting minutes, correspondence, and theological tracts. For complete collection information, visit the full finding aid at

    Hiroshi Daifuku papers

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    The papers of Hiroshi Daifuku consist of photocopies of UNESCO trip reports documenting cultural sites and conservation efforts around the globe. The collection is unprocessed but an inventory is available

    Robert Carlton Brown papers

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    American author, journalist, publisher, and collector Robert Carlton Brown (1886-1959) was born in Chicago. Brown wrote pulp fiction, non-fiction, cookbooks, avant-garde publications, and experimented with a book of visual poetry; he also contributed pieces to various magazines and newspapers in New York City and established journals in Rio de Janeiro, Mexico City, and London. Popular works of Brown's include the novel What Happened to Mary? (1913), an adaptation of which became one of the first successful motion pictures. He was involved with an informal poetry group with avant-garde and modernist writers and artists like William Carlos Williams, Alfred Kreymbourg, and Man Ray in 1913 and 1914. The group put forth a publication entitled Glebe in 1913 and later the influential poetry journal Others. In 1929, he and his wife temporarily settled in France where they became involved in the expatriate literary community in Paris. While there, he also established Roving Eye Press to promote a reading machine that he invented. Brown published a book of verse to be used with the machine, Readies for Bob Brown's Machine (1931), which included contributions from Gertrude Stein, Ezra Pound, James T. Farrell, Kay Boyle, Paul Bowles, Kreymborg, Eugene Jolas, and Robert McAlmon. This collection includes correspondence, clippings, visual poetry, photographs, and ephemera. The collection is unprocessed

    Robert Morris papers

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    Vice president of University National Bank, Robert Morris (1915-2001) came into contact with Katherine Anne Porter when she became a customer of the College Park, Maryland, branch at which he was the manager in 1971. Morris served as Porter's personal banker after she secured a loan from his bank. This collection of seven items of correspondence, six of which are Porter's letters to Morris, detail Porter's accounts and the progress on the loan she had taken during this time

    John Carroll Dunn papers

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    John Carroll Dunn was an architect who worked in the Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania region from the 1950s through the 1990s. The Papers of John Carroll Dunn are composed of architectural drawings and plans for commercial and residential structures in the Mid-Atlantic region. This collection is unprocessed

    Life and debt (developing stories series 1)

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    Life and debt (developing stories series 1
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