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"Four American Writers of the 1920s" 8-01:1,3, 9-01:1,6,7, 10-01:1,6, 11-

01:1,6


"Harold E. 'Fritz' Whitehall" 7-94:3

"Hawaiian Country Club" 11-96:3

"Henry Adams, a Friend for All Time" 9-98:5

"Holiday Revels" 1-98:4

“Hymns” 7-02:4-5

“I Leave You, My Love” 2-02:3

"In a Jewish Cemetery Near Chicago" 4-96:3

"Janet Lewis" 3-99:1,4,6

“John Marshall” 10-02:1,3,4,5

"Jottings From One Collection" 10-01:3

"Langston Hughes" 9-01:1,6

"Late Summer Meeting Launches New Year" 9-93:1

"Lindbergh First Editions" 7-97:6

"Lines Composed on American Indian Effigy Mounds" 7-00:3

"Longfellow" 7-00:1,4

"Making and Keeping Dinner Reservations" 3-94:4

"Melville J. Herskovits" 2-96:1

"Musings" always p. 2

"1993-94 Caxton Club, Council and Centennial Meetings" 9-93:4

"Oak Park Honors Caxtonian Ballinger" 7-96:5

"Of Automobiles, Books, and a Genius" 10-97:1,4,5

"Of Nature, Books and Our Inheritance of Friendships" 5-01:1,4,5

"Of the Love of Books" 7-97:5

"On the Disposition of One of the World's Great Collections" 7-01:6

"Parrington Chronology" 8-94:4

"A Passion for Books" 5-96:l

“A Reader Summoned by the World from his Book” 1-02:2

"Remembering McCutcheon's Memorable Fall Piece" 11-94:3

"Remembrance" 5-96:1

"Robert Frost" 10-01:1,6

"Robinson Jeffers" 3-00:1,6

“Sable Friend” 2-02:3

"Scholar Espoused a Life of the Mind" 2-96:3

"A Shakespeare Sort of Summer" 9-93:2

"The State of the Club:1994" 7-94:4

"Sutter Curates Exhibit" 6-94:4

“There Is But One Child” 3-02:3

"To See the World in a Grain of Sand" 6-97:3

"A Tribute to Jesse Stuart" 11-99:5

untitled verse 7-94:4, 9-94:2

"Vachel Lindsay" 7-99:1,3,4

"A Verse for Our Centennial" 2-95:3

"A Very Special Caxton Gathering" 7-98:3

"A Visual Essay for Arbor Day" 4-98:7

“V.L.Parrington” 11-01:1,6

"Walt Whitman" 8-96:1,6

"William Cullen Bryant" 11-00:1,3

see also book reviews, obituaries


Cotton Club

2-98:1*
Cottrell Color Press

9-01:5*
Coules, Bert

4-02:5
"Council Approves Slate for l996-97"

5-96:8
"Council Ends Year With Policy Changes"

9-95:1
"Council Honors Cotner for Centennial Leadership" by Frank J. Piehl

2-96:4
"Council Makes Changes in Caxton Meetings"

1-94:5
"Council Names 2001 Nominating Committee"

3-01:3
"Council to Work Double-Time Toward Centennial"

11-94:5
"Council Votes to Change Holiday Meeting Dates"

10-93:1
"Counter"

8-95:6, 12-95:4


"The Counterfeiters"

6-01:1,4
Country Mayo

1-99:7
Cousins, Norman

1-99:2
Coventry, Kim

4-94:4, 4-95:5, 8-95:4, 12-95:4, 5-96:8, 4-98:4,8, 5-98:7, 6-98:7, 7-98:8, 5-99:1, 7-99:7, 5-00:2, 6-00:7, 12-00:7, 3-01:3, 10-01:8, 12-01:11,15, 2-02:4*, 4-02:7*, 7-02:5, 8-02:4,7
Coventry, Kim

"Donnelley Family and Caxton Club" 4-98:1,4

"Exhibition Committee Plans" 5-99:1,5

"Exhibition Requires Caxtonians' Involvement" 5-01:7

“Keith Preston” 12-01:10-11
Covici, Pascal

12-99:1
Cowden, Ray

1-01:4
Cowens, Nat

11-00:4
Cowler, Rosemary

1-01:8
Cowley, Malcolm

7-96:2
Cox, Hyde

12-93:2
Cozzen, Peter

5-95:6, 6-95:6


"The Craftsman and the Punchcutter"

9-95:5
“Craig Jobson and the Lark Sparrow Press” by Robert McCamant

9-02:11
Craige, William A.

2-98:7
Craigie House

7-00:1,3,5,7
Cram, Norman

9-94:5, 12-96:3, 5-97:5, 4-98:4, 3-01:3


Crandall, Carol

5-00:6
Crane, Hart

10-95:1
Crawford, Dan

4-95:6, 4-97:3, 10-98:4, 5-99:6, 6-99:5, 11-99:7, 8-00:7, 10-00:7, 11-00:7, 5-01:7, 8-01:7, 10-01:8, 12-01:15, 2-02:4, 4-02:8, 5-02:7, 6-02:7, 8-02:7-8


Crawford, Dan

“Caxton Club to Auction” 11-01:7

"Chicago: The World Capital of Fantasy" 12-99:1,6-7

"Floriography, Emily, and the True Meaning of the Rose" 5-99:1,4

"Flower Language, B.C. (Before Charlotte)" 8-01:6

"If You Weren't There, You Missed It" 1-01:7

"Universal Knowledge" 6-01:5

“Up Your Bid!” 2-02:5

"Well, Well, Welles" 3-99:3

"Ya Shoulda Bin There" 1-00:6

“Years Ago” 11-01:4

see also book reviews


Creasman, Ralph

5-97:1*,5


Crerar Library

5-97:5
"The Cricket"

3-99:2
Cricket Hill

9-96:4, 9-97:3, 4-98:3


Cromwell, Oliver

2-99:6
Cromwell Tympan

7-01:5*
Cronkite, Walter

11-97:2
Crook, Steven

10-98:7
"Croquis Lithographique"

11-99:3*
Crosby, John

8-94:4, 9-94:3, 12-97:6
Crosby Hall

8-94:4, 9-94:3-4


Crow Island, MA

12-93:2
Crowell, Thomas Y.

11-01:4
Crowl, Samuel

5-99:8, 7-01:1


Crowl, Samuel

"Shakespeare on Film: An Update" 10-00:6


Crowl, Susan

7-01:1
Crowley, Aleister

9-97:1, 12-00:4
"A Cruise In Time and Spirit Into Maryland's Early History" by Robert Cotner

11-98:7
Crummell, Alexander

2-96:3*,5, 12-00:2
Crump, Paul

9-95:6
Cuba

8-98:1,5,6, 9-98:3,6, 10-98:3,6
Cuchulain's buttocks

6-98:3,4
Cudahy, Jean Martin

4-98:3
Cullen, Charles T.

2-95:1,4*, 5-95:4, 8-95:5, 1-97:5, 6-97:4, 1-98:7, 3-00:5, 8-02:4,7


Cullen, Charles T.

letter 3-97:7

Cullen, Countee

4-94:5, 2-98:5


Cullen, Countee

"Harlem Wine" 2-98:5


"Culmination of a Cuban Pilgrimage: A Tour of Hemingway's Finca Vigia" by Kenneth H. Paterson

10-98:3,6


Cunnington Press

9-02:1,3
Cusack, Dick

4-00:6
“The Cycle of Books: A Never-Ending Exploration” by Nicholas A. Basbanes

12-01:1,8


Cyder Press

1-01:4
D


da Bisticci, Vespasianio

1-00:1
da Montefeltro, Federigo

1-00:1
da Montefeltro, Guidobaldo

1-00:1
da Vinci, Leonardo

4-95:4
DaBoll, Raymond F.

7-98:6, 3-01:1, 9-01:4*


DaBoll, Raymond F.

"Modern Tendencies in Lettering" 9-01:4-5


Daedalus, Stephen

6-98:2
Dahlberg, Peder

8-95:4, 5-96:8, 6-96:6
Daiches, David

9-96:3
Daisy

5-99:4
Daley, Richard M.

7-94:4, 1-95:2,3, 9-00:1*, 10-00:5


Dallas Co. Historical Foundation

11-97:2
D'Ambrosio, Joseph J.

8-95:5, 9-95:6, 5-99:3
"La Damnation de Faust"

9-99:3
"Dan Lang of River St. Press Honored at June Caxton Club Dinner Meeting"

7-95:5
Dana, Richard H., Jr.

1-94:3, 12-97:7


Dangler, David

5-95:5, 10-97:6


Daniel, Lewis C.

1-97:3
Daniels, Molly

7-96:5
"Dante"

4-00:1*
Dante Alighieri

1-97:2, 4-00:1*,4,6, 7-00:5,7, 10-01:l
"Dante Alighieri, Guido Cavalcanti, et. al."

1-98:6
Dante Club

7-00:7
Dante Society of America

7-00:1,5,7


"Dante's Influence on Michelangelo", by Ed Quattrocchi

4-00:4-5
D'Aquilla, Diane

7-01:3*
Darreau, Norbert

12-01:7
Darrell, Larry

9-97:2
Darrow, Clarence

11-95:4, 8-97:5, 3-98:1*,4*,5,7*


Darrow Bridge

3-98:7
Dartmouth Bible

5-00:3
Dartmouth College

6-94:6, 6-97:4


"Darwin"

6-01:2
Darwin, Charles

2-99:6, 6-01:2-3*
"David John McKitterick to Speak at Northwestern"

4-95:6
Davidman-Gresham, Joy

3-94:1
Davidson, Donald

6-97:1*
Davidson, Suzette Morton

5-94:3, 5-97:3, 4-98:3,7, 7-98:6, 5-01:7
Davies, Owen

11-00:4
Davis, Elmer

4-02:6
Davis, Frank

3-02:6
Davis, T.O.

10-98:4
Davis, Tom

3-98:2
Dawson, Mr.

2-99:4
Dawson, Charles Gates

-house 12-00:6


"A Day in the Life of Old Japan"

10-96:5
"A Day With the Cow Column"

12-93:3
Dayton, TN

3-98:2
de Beauvoir, Simone

5-00:1,5,6
DeCroissey, Francis

3-02:1*
De Fritas, Wilfred

9-97:8
de Girardin, Delphine

10-99:4
"De l'Allemagne"

2-01:6
de la Tour, Charlotte

8-01:6
de Maupassant, Guy

3-02:4
de Medici, Giuliano

8-95:3
de Medici, Lorenzo

8-95:3
de Musset, Alphonse

5-02:5
de Nerval, Gerard

9-99:3
de Pisan, Christine

2-01:1
de Rais, Gilles

3-01:6
de Rivere, Jose

8-98:2
de Sauty, Alfred

10-93:3
de Soto, Inez

9-98:3
de Stael, Mme.

2-00:6
de Worde, Wynkyn

6-96:3
Dealers Press

5-97:5
"Death in the Afternoon"

7-96:3*
"The Death of the Hired Hand"

3-96:2
Debes, Lucas

11=98:4,5


Debs, Eugene V.

3-98:1
Decalogue Society of Lawyers

11-97:1
deCamp, L. Sprague

12-98:1
"December Meeting Note"

9-93:3
"Decollation of John Baptist"

12-00:7
"Dedication at Wheaton College Concludes Caxton Centennial Year"

1-96:4
Deering, Charles

3-00:4
DeGraff, Kathryn

9-93:3,4, 1-95:4, 5-95:3*, 1-96:4, 9-97:3, 5-98:7, 12-00:7, 8-01:7
Delaney, Mr.

5-01:1
del Campo, Estanislao

9-99:6
"Del Significatio de Calori e de Mozzelli"

8-01:6
Dell, Floyd

5-02:4
Delly, John G.

9-93:4, 3-96:7


Delphian (typeface)

1-00:4
Demetrius of Phaleron

5-97:4
democracy

8-01:2
"Democracy and Change in the Caxton Club" by Frank J. Piehl

6-95:5
Dempsey, Mary A.

9-94:6, 9-00:1, 10-00:5,7


Dennis, Charles

5-94:3
Dennis, Rodney

8-00:8
Denslow, W.W.

12-94:4, 2-95:5


Department of Printing Arts

7-98:4
DePaul University

3-94:3, 5-95:4, 6-99:9
Derleth, August

12-98:1
Derrido, Jacques

4-01:6
"Description of the Islands and Inhabitants of Foeroe"

11-98:4
"A Descriptive Catalogue of the Etchings and Drypoints of James Abbott McNeill Whistler"

1-96:5*
design

7-98:1,6, 12-01:5

-Thirties

9-01:4-5
desk, rolltop

12-96:2
DeSimone, Dan

8-02:4
Detterer, Ernst

4-94:4, 9-94:1, 12-94:2, 9-95:2, 7-98:4, 10-98:1,7
development

4-94:2
"Development Committee Co-Chairs Named" by Robert Cotner

11-93:4
"Development Committee Launches Second Century Fund Program"

12-94:1
"Development Success Story"

2-01:7
DeVinne, Theodore Low

3-94:4, 7-98:7


Dewey, John

2-02:5
DeWoskin, David

4-94:3
Dexter, Wirt

1-98:1
"Dialogo"

2-00:2,3*,7
Diaz, Orlando

9-98:3,6
Dick, Phillip K.

12-99:6
Dickens, Charles

12-93:1, 12-94:3,4


Dickens Fellowship

9-96:4
Dickinson, Donald C.

11-94:5
Dickinson, Emily

3-99:5, 5-99:1,4


Dietrich, Ray

10-97:1
Digger, Carl

6-94:4
dining

4-95:2
"Dinner Programs"

always on the last page

by Tom Joyce, 9-93 to 8-95, by Karen A. Skubish 9-95 to 8-97, by C. Fred Kittle 9-97 to 8-99, by Kenneth H. Paterson 9-99 to 6-00, by James Tomes 6-00 to 9-01, by Peggy Sullivan 9-01 to the present


DiNunzio, Miriam

7-99:7
Diogenes (type)

9-02:6
Dionne, Colleen

3-94:4, 5-99:6, 11-99:7, 1-00:6


Dionne, Colleen

"Caxtonian Exults" 3-96:5


Dirda, Michael

11-98:8, 4-00:7


"Director of Folger Library to Speak in September"

9-96:5
"The Discoverie of Witchcraft"

1-94:4
Disraeli, Benjamin

1-00:3
"Ditie de Jehanne d'Arc"

2-01:1
"Divine Comedy"

4-00:1,4,6, 7-00:5,7*


Djerba

6-99:3
"Dr. Faust"

3-01:3
"Dr. Faustus"

9-99:6
"Dr. Kittle and Dr. Doyle: Kinsmen Through Medicine and Belle Letters" by Robt. Cotner

9-97:1,3,5
Dodge, Katherine Sturges

7-95:4
Dofobius

4-99:1
DOFOBS

4-99:1,4, 5-99:6


"DOFOBS Preview Stanlis Program on Robert Frost", by JoAnn Baumgartner

7-00:6
"The DOFOBS: The Second Generation Book Society in Chicago" by Frank J. Piehl

5-99:3,6
Doheny, Estelle

11-94:5, 9-99:5, 11-01:5


Doherty, Matthew

8-95:4, 7-98:6, 1-00:4, 5-00:2, 6-00:7, 9-00:7, 8-01:7, 10-01:7, 6-02:2, 8-02:5,8


Doherty, Matthew

"Hermann Zapf Honored" 3-01:1,3

“Wood Type” 6-02:4-5
Dohnanyi, Natalie von

10-96:6
Dohnanyi, Oliver von

10-96:6
Dole, Nathan Haskell

4-99:4
Dom, the

9-95:4
"Don Juan and Faust"

9-99:3
Donaldson, Scott

7-01:7
Donne, John

2-97:3
Donnelley, Elliott

5-95:6, 4-98:1
Donnelley, Gaylord

1-95:6, 2-95:5, 5-95:6, 6-97:1, 4-98:1

--and Dorothy Foundation

1-95:6


--Memorial Library
3-94:3, l-95:6, 4-98:1*,4,6
Donnelley, James R.

9-94:1, 2-95:1,3, 5-95:6, 1-97:6, 4-98:1,4,8, 11-99:7, 1-01:7


Donnelley, Richard Robert

1-94:5, 9-94:1, 3-95:5, 4-98:1


Donnelley, R.R. & Sons Co.

10-93:1, 11-93:3, 1-94:3,5, 2-94:3, 9-94:1*, 11-94:5, 1-95:6 (logo), 2-95:1,3, 3-95:1, 4-95:3, 5-95:6, 6-95:1,4, 7-95:1, 2-97:3, 9-97:3, 12-97:7, 4-96:1,8, 8-99:1,4, 1-00:8, 5-01:7

-Extra Bindery

10-93:3, 6-95:1,4

see also Lakeside Press
Donnelley, Shawn

5-95:6, 8-95:4, 1-97:6, 4-98:1, 5-99:8, 6-00:7, 9-00:7


Donnelley, Thomas E.

11-93:3, 1-94:5, 9-94:1, 3-95:5, 8-95:4, 4-98:1,7, 9-99:6


Donnelley, Thomas E. II

9-94:1, 11-95:5, 3-95:1, 5-95:6, 4-98:1


"Donnelley & Caxton Club Join Again in Publishing Venture" by Robert Cotner

9-94:1
"Donnelley Family & Caxton Club: Five Generations of Involvement" by Kim

Coventry

4-98:1
"Donnelley's 1930 Production of Thoreau's Walden is Among the Finest", by Claire Badaracco

8-99:1,4
Donohue, M.A.

12-99:1
Dooley, Martin

1-99:5
"Dora's Book"

1-94:4
Dore, Gustave

10-99:1
Dorsett, Lyle

3-94:1
Double Elephant Press

9-02:7
Douglas, Stephen A.

8-94:6
Dove, Rita

8-02:5
Doyle, Adelaide

6-99:3
Doyle, Arthur Conan

3-97: 1,2,4,5,7*, 5-98:3, 8-00:4, 5-01:6, 8-01:4, 3-02:5, 4-02:4
Doyle, Charles Altamont

3-97:3,7
Doyle, Denis Conan

3-97:3
Doyle, Henry

3-97:7
Doyle, James

3-97:3
Doyle, Jean

3-97:3,7
Doyle, John

3-97:7
Doyle, Richard

3-97:3,7, 6-99:3


"Doyle Influenced by English & American Literature" by Ely Liebow

3-97:4,5
drama reviews

"Henry IV" 7-01:2-3

(?) 4-01:2


Drendel, William

6-94:6, 4-95:4, 5-95:5, 6-95:1, 12-95:4, 5-97:6, 5-98:7, 7-98:6, 10-98:6, 9-99:7, 2-00:7, 3-00:7, 4-00:8, 5-00:7, 12-00:7, 5-01:7, 8-01:7, 8-02:4,7


Drendel, William

Letter 10-01:7


"Drendel to Show in England"

10-98:6
Drew, Elizabeth

6-97:1*
Drewes, Tom

9-94:1, 8-95:4, 1-97:6, 7-98:8, 11-01:7, 12-01:15, 2-02:5


Dreyer, Carl

3-01:6
Dreyfus, Richard

3-98:4
Driver, Tom

6-98:5
Dryden, John

7-01:6
Dubie, Aron

7-00:5
DuBois, W.E.B.

2-96:3, 3-98:3, 12-00:2
Duensing, Paul

9-95:3, 10-98:7


Duesenberg

10-97:1*,4,6*,7*


Duff, E. Gordon

12-93:3, 6-94:4, 9-99:5,6


Dulac, Demund

12-94:4
Dumler, Ann

4-95:3*, 8-95:4, 5-97:6
Dunbar, Paul Laurence

1-94:1*, 5-98:4


Duncan, Harry

3-94:1, 9-02:1,3


Dunlap, Ellen

4-02:8
Dunn, Harvey

1-98:1
Dunn, James Byrne

1-99:5
Dunn, Paul

7-01:3*
Dunne, Dennis

1-99:5
Dunne, Finley Peter

1-99:5
Duodecimos

9-97:6, 7-98:7


Dupin, Aurora

See Sand, George


Duponloup, Msgr.

3-01:4
Durand, Asher B.

11-00:3
Durrell, Lawrence

1-97:1,4
dustjackets

11-99:1,4*
"A Dutch Christmas Up the Hudson in the Time of Patroons" by Herman Melville

12-95:5
"Duty"

7-01:2
Duyckinck, Evert A.

12-95:5
Dvorak, Antonin

7-00:4
Dwiggins, W.A.

1-94:3, 8-99:1


Dwyer, Jeff

9-02:5
Dyba, Tom

5-99:3
Dykema, Judith K.

1-97:6
Dyson family

8-00:5
E

"Early Black Leader Alexander Crummell in Herskovits Library" by David L. Easterbrook

2-96:5
"Early Bust of Robert Frost on Display at Jekyll Island" by Robert Cotner

4-97:4
"Early Newspapers in Illinois"

7-98:7
East Noble Schools

2-00:7
East/West Association

4-01:4
Easterbrook, David L.

5-95:3, 6-95:1, 11-95:6, 1-96:4,6, 2-96:1,6, 6-96:6, 5-97:6, 6-98:6, 7-98:6, 7-99:7, 5-00:2, 6-00:7, 12-00:7, 8-02:4,7


Easterbrook, David L.

"Early Black Leader Alexander Crummell" 2-96:5


Eastman, Max

10-99:1
eBay

11-01:7
Eberhard, Martin

1-00:8
"Echo's Bones"

6-98:5*
Eckerd College

10-00:7
Eckhart, Charles

10-97:7
Eckhart, Ruth

6-02:2
Economy Bookstore

11-00:4
Eddy, Augustus N.

1-95:5
Eddy, George Simpson

2-98:7
Edgar, James

6-97:1*
"Edgar Allan Poe Had Links to the Caxton Club in Club's Early Years" by Frank J. Piehl

5-98:5-6
Edgerton, Harold E.

12-95:6
"Edgerton Photo Show Now at Library Center"

12-95:6
Edison, Thomas

5-01:5
Editions de la Pleiade

12-01:7
"Editorial Board Formed"

3-96:5
Edling, Tracy

5-95:4
"Edmond Halley Left Legacies in Astronomy and Cartography" by Kenneth Nebenzahl

6-96:1
education

8-96:1, 4-00:2, 6-02:2
education by poetry

1-01:4
Egede, Hans

12-98:3
Eichenberg, Fritz

12-94:4
Eilean Donna Castle

8-01:8*
Eiseley, Loren

6-96:2, 9-96:3


Eisenberg, Linda Sorkin

5-95:5
Eisenschiml, Otto

5-00:6
“Elective Affinities”

11-01:5
"An Elegy Wrote in a Country Church Yard"

5-96:1
elevator incident

6-97:4
Eliot, T.S.

4-95:4, 2-01:2, 3-02:4, 4-02:6
Elliott, Scott

4-95:1
Ellison, Fanny

2-94:2
Ellison, Ralph

2-94:2, 8-97:2


Ellsworth, James W.

10-93:3, 5-94:3, 11-94:5, 12-94:5, 1-95:5, 3-95:4, 9-97:6, 1-98:3, 9-99:6, 11-01:7


Ellsworth, Lincoln

10-93:3
"Elmer Gertz: In the Eye of Many Legal Storms" by Robert Cotner

8-94:1
Ely, Timothy C.

9-02:4
"Emerging Japanese Superstate"

10-00:3
Emerson (type)

9-02:7
Emerson, Ralph W.

2-94:2, 3-95:2, 11-95:2, 5-96:2, 8-96:5, 1-97:2, 3-98:2, 10-98:2, 2-99:2,3,7, 11-00:3, 5-01:3,4

-home


2-99:3*

-tombstone

2-99:3*

Emjayzee


"The Owl" 7-00:3
"Endless Amusements"

11-93:3
"Endurance"

11-98:4, 2-01:4
Endurance

2-01:2,3*,4*,5


"Enemies Are Human"

9-99:1*,4


Enfield

12-01:5
Engdahl, George

4-01:6
Engle, Clyde

10-93:4
English, Jane

12-00:5
"The English Works of Thomas More"

4-94:1
Enright, Maginel Wright

7-95:4
Epstein, Raymond

5-96:4, 1-00:6


Epstein, Saul

4-99:5
equality

8-01:2
Erasmus, Desiderius

5-94:1
Erbacher Hof

9-95:4
Erdman, David

7-02:4
Eric the Red

12-98:5
"Eric Gill, Englishman and Typographer", by Bruce Beck

4-00:7
Erickson, Rolf

1-94:5, 9-94:1, 2-95:2, 8-96:4, 4-99:5

--Memorial Walk

8-96:4
Ernst, Morris

11-97:7
Eschenbach, Christoph

10-98:2
Escrich, Jose Miquel Diaz

9-98:3
Espmark, Kjell

4-01:6
essays

10-98:2
Estienne, Henri

2-97:5
"Et Nunc Manot in Te"

6-01:1
etching

10-96:5
Etretat

3-02:4
"Eugene Field: A Biographical Essay"

10-00:7
"Eugene Field and His Books: The Frank J. Piehl Exhibition" by Alice Schreyer

12-94:5
"Eureka"

5-98:1,6*, 12-99:4*
European culture

5-02:2
Eusebius (typeface)

9-94:1, 12-94:2,3, 4-95:3, 9-95:2,3, 7-98:5, 10-98:1,7, 1-00:4,5
Evangeline

7-00:5
"Evangeline"

7-00:1
Evangeline Oak Park

7-00:5*
Evanoff, Michael

9-93:3, 6-02:7, 8-02:8
Evans, Colleen Townsend

9-98:2
Evans, Louis Jr.

9-98:2
"Every Soul is a Circus"

7-99:4*
"Evidence of Travels by a Caxtonian, in Literature and Life", by Susan S. Pruchnicki

8-00:5
evil

2-02:3
"Ex-Caxtonian Greer Allen Coming Home in February"

2-95:6
"Exhibition Committee Creates Collection Survey" by Robert Cotner

5-98:7
"Exhibition Committee Plans for Ryerson Library Exhibit" by Kim Coventry

5-99:1,5
"Exhibition Requires Caxtonians' Involvement" by Kim Coventry

5-01:7
"Exhibition Set to Honor Bruce Beck and Turtle Press"

2-97:4
exhibitions (non-Caxtonian)

12-93:1, 12-94:5, 3-95:3-4, 4-95:1, 5-95:4, 7-95:6, 8-95:5, 12-95:6, 1-96:3, 3-96:5, 5-97:4, 4-98:3,7, 6-98:6, 8-98:6, 10-98:4,6, 6-99:7, 7-99:7, 9-99:7, 11-99:7, 12-99:5, 2-00:6, 4-00:3, 6-00:7, 2-01:3, 3-01:3, 1-02:7, 4-02:7, 8-02:4


exhibition reviews

Bruce Beck/Turtle Press rev. by Norma Rubovits, 5-97:4

"The Look of the Book: Work by Caxton Club Members" rev. by Kenneth H. Paterson 5-95:5

"Personal Treasures" rev. by Jim Wells 4-95:3

"Pinky Pup, Raggedy Ann & the Jolly Kids" rev. by Paul F. Gehl 7-95:4
"Experiments with Human Bones"

11-96:4*
"The Eye of the Writer: Hemingway Birthday"

7-96:5
F

"F. Scott Fitzgerald: Novelist of Psychological and Spiritual Malaise" by Robert Cotner

8-01:1,3
"Fables of Our Times"

1-00:3
FABS

10-93:1, 12-93:3, 7-94:4, 8-94:5, 11-94:5, 1-95:7, 9-95:1, 10-95:1, 3-96:7, 4-96:3, 9-96:4, 11-96:3, 4-97:6, 9-97:7, 2-98:6, 4-99:6, 6-007, 7-00:6, 5-01:8, 6-01:7, 7-01:5,7, 9-01:7, 10-01:4, 6-02:6,7, 8-02:7
“FABS Find Chicago Fabulous” by Larry Siegler

8-02:4-5
"FABS Membership Grows"

4-97:6
"FABS Organization Meets in Chicago"

2-98:6
"FABS Plans Cleveland Trip"

4-01:7
"FABS Plans Set for Chicago Octoberfest" by Robert Cotner

9-97:7
"FABS Report Cites Caxtons and Caxtonian" by Hayward Blake

4-96:3
"FABS Tour and Symposium in Cleveland" by Jim Tomes

7-01:5,7
“FABS 2002” by Joan Knoertzer

8-02:4-5
"Facsimile of Poor Richard's Almanack for 1733"

7-98:7*
Fadan, William

11-95:1
"Fahrenheit 451"

12-98:2
"Fall Book Fair Slated"

9-96:4
"Fall Friday Luncheons Will Explore Computer Use for Humanities" by Ed Quattrochi


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