Contains 11 Results:
Walter Finch interview of Owen Lattimore
French or German "Naughty Hold-to-the-light" cards
Copied from dealer description: [Erotic Art] A Set of 8 1920s French or German Naughty 'Hold-to-the-Light' Cards. An interesting set of 8 'hold-to-the-light' cards with French & German instructions stamped at the top, featuring ladies in various states of undress doing various things with various props. One features Josephine Baker in her banana dress. The effect of the hold to the light feature is oddly unimpressive. 8 cards. 3.5"x5.5". Minor soil, light wear.
Valentine Victorian sweetheart fan
Copied from dealer description: [Valentine Victorian Sweetheart Fan]. [Np. c. 1890s]. Folding hand fan. 8½ x 14½ inches (opened). Six die-cut vanes; heavy card stock, embossed and printed by chromolithography in color and metallic inks; vanes interwoven with a cream silk ribbon; a brass grommet pivots at tail. Bright gilt; sharp die-cut edges; very good.
"Notes on Performances at Bayreuth" by John P. Frank
Summarizes musical performances from Summer 1983 at the Bayreuth Festival in Bayreuth, Germany.
John Dos Passos library card application
Johns Hopkins University Gas Engineering Lab etching
Copied from information provided by donor: Etching made by Susan Walton Kemp (1918 - 2002) for her fiance Joseph Burnham Gray (1915-1998) who was a chemical engineering graduate student at Johns Hopkins, completing his PhD in June 1941. Although he did not invent Lyrica (spandex), he helped develop the mixing process for it while working for DuPont.
Processing note: The Gas Engineering Building later became the office of the Johns Hopkins University News-letter.
P. Jouet (?) letter to S. Reinach
This holding contains a letter written by P. Jouet to S. Reinach in May 1911. The correspondents possibly were French scholars, Philippe Jouet, a family researcher, and Salomon Reinach, an archaeologist.
James R. Randall letter to Charles F. Gunther and poem
James Ryder Randall (1839-1908) was a native of Maryland and penned the poem,
Maryland, My Maryland! which was adopted as the state song in 1939. The collection includes autograph transcriptions of a letter to Charles F. Gunther of Chicago and the accompanying aforementioned poem.