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8-95:3
“Falling to Earth”

9-02:7
Falstaff

7-01:3*
Falstaff's

7-01:3
Family Album, The

12-95:4
Fan, Esther C.

4-96:4
Fanning, Charles

12-98:8
fantasy fiction

12-99:1,6-7
"Fantasy In a Woodblock"

9-00:7
"A Farewell to Arms"

7-96:5*,6
Farmer, Richard

5-96:6
Farnsworth, Elizabeth

7-02:3
Faroe Islands

11-98:3-5

-map

11-98:3
Farrell, James T.



6-98:8
Fatima

6-99:3
Faulkner, William

7-97:5
Fauset, Jessie

3-98:6
Faust

1-99:2, 9-99:3,6, 3-01:3*
"Faust"

5-97:1, 1-99:2,4*


"Faust I"

9-99:6
"Faust II"

9-99:6
"Faust III"

9-99:6
"Faust Symphony"

9-99:6
"Faustus"

9-99:3
"Les faux-monnayeurs"

6-01:1
Favaro, Christopher A.

7-01:7
Fee, Russell

1-97:6, 3-98:7
Fehlan, Scott D.

9-93:3
Feldstein, Charles

12-95:4
Fellowship of American Bibliophilic Societies

see FABS
Ferber, Edna

11-98:6, 5-02:4
Fergus Historical Series

9-98:7
Fermilab

12-01:2,3*
“Fermilab: Prairie Cathedral, America’s Stonehenge”

12-01:3
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

see Fermilab
Fernandez, Jim

11-95:6
Ferrand, Binnie

12-01:6, 5-02:5
Ferrand, Pierre

1-99:6, 7-99:7, 10-99:1, 10-00:3, 12-01:6, 3-02:4


Ferrand, Pierre

"Alexander Pushkin Fondly Remembered" 12-99:5

“Arsene Lupin” 3-02:1,4

"Balzac's Novels and Plays" 10-99:1,4

“Communing with Lamartine” 12-01:6,7

“The Good Lady of Nohant” 5-02:5-6

"Joan of Arc" 2-01:1,6, 3-01:4-6

"The Legacy of Goethe" 9-99:3,6

"Looking Backward" 10-00:3,6

"Poe Remembered" 12-99:4

"A Specialist's Rare Book" 4-99:3,6

“The Strange Fate of Arthur Rimbaud” 1-02:4-6

"Ten Times Tao te Ching" 12-00:4,5

"Two French Intellectuals Remembered" 6-01:1,4,5

"William Caxton...Le Morte d'Arthur" 1-99:1,6
Ferrari, Julia

9-02:5*-6


Ferrini, Bruce

7-01:5
Feustal, Mr.

11-01:7
Fez

6-99:1,3
Field, Charles Kellogg III

8-98:7
Field, Eugene

11-93:3, 11-94:5, 12-94:5, 3-95:3-4, 4-95:5, 8-95:1, 4-97:3, 7-97:3, 1-98:3, 5-98:5, 7-98:7, 8-98:7, 4-99:4

-House and Toy Museum

8-95:1, 12-97:7, 8-98:7, 9-00:7, 10-00:7

-scrapbook

8-98:7
Field, Frederick Skiff, Jr.

8-98:7
Field, Jerry

3-96:7
Field, Marshall

1-98:1

-Department Store



11-93:3, 9-97:7
Field, Roswell Martin

8-95:1, 4-99:1,4


Field, Roswell Martin II

8-95:1, 4-99:1,4


Field Foundation

8-95:1
Field Museum of Natural History

5-95:4, 2-00:1, 2-01:3
Field Notes

8-98:7
Fields, James T.

7-00:7
Fields, Jeanette

"Collections of One-Time Caxtonian Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park" 11-96:1,5


Fields, Kenneth

5-99:5
“Filson Club”

12-01:4
“Final Dinner Meeting of Centennial Year Proves Joyous Event"

6-95:1
"Final Herskovits Exhibit Set at Northwestern"

6-96:6
Finca Vigia

8-98:5,6*, 10-98:3,6


Fine Arts Building

4-94:3, 1-95:8, 2-95:5,6, 3-95:1, 4-95:5


"Fine Printers Finely Bound Too"

12-93:1
"Fine Printers Finely Bound Two"

12-93:1
"Finnegan's Wake"

6-98:4,5
Fiore, Florence Reeve

4-97:4
Fiore, Rosario

4-97:4
Firestone, Harvey

5-01:5
"First Annual Meeting Set for May 18, 1994"

5-94:4
"The First Book of the DOFOBS"

4-99:1,4*
First Folio

7-01:6, 11-01:5, 12-01:1, 4-02:4*


"First Friday Leads to a Second" by Ed Quattrocchi

8-94:4
First Fridays

see Caxton Club-luncheons
“First Grandchild” by Robert Cotner

3-02:3
"First Meeting of FABS Scheduled for February" by Robert Cotner

1-95:7
First National Bank

6-97:4, see also BankOne


Fisher, Rudolph

5-98:4
Fisherman's Wharf

2-98:6
Fitzgerald, Carol

10-01:4
Fitzgerald, F. Scott

11-94:2,3, 10-97:7, 8-01:1*,3

-Society


7-01:7

-tombstone

11-94:3*
Fitzgerald, Gerald F.

2-95:1*, 8-95:4, 5-96:2, 12-96:3, 6-97:4, 2-01:3

-Polar Collection

11-98:4
Fitzgerald, Gerald F.

"Polar Books and Map Collection" 11-98:1,4
Fitzgerald, Robert

7-99:3,8
Fitzgerald, Zelda

ll-94:2,3
"The Fitzgerald Legend" by Norma Cotner

11-94:3
Fitzsimmons, Jim

4-97:3
"$5,000 Centennial Donation"

2-94:1
Fjelde, Jacob

7-00:4
"Flags of Our Fathers"

7-01:2
Flanagan, John T.

2-97:4
Fleming, Ian

9-97:4
Fleming, John

5-96:6, 7-01:6, 10-01:4
Fleming, Rhonda

10-98:2
Fliegel, Steven

7-01:5
Fliegelmann, Jay

10-01:4
"Flora's Interpreter"

5-99:1
"Florentine Humanism Exhibition at the Newberry" by Paul Gehl

4-00:3
Florida Bibliophile Society

6-97:3
floriography

5-99:1,4, see also flower language


"Floriography, Emily, and the True Meaning of the Rose" by Dan Crawford

5-99:1,4
“Flosculi Sententiarum”

9-02:7
flower language

5-99:1,4, 8-01:6, 4-02:8


"Flower Language, B.C. (Before Charlotte)" by Dan Crawford

8-01:6
flying

10-95:5
Foerstner, Abigail

9-96:4
Foglio, Phil

12-99:6
Folger Library

9-02:10
"For the Love of Letterpress, a Tradition Continues in Chicago" by Muriel Underwood

5-97:1,5
Ford, Barbara J.

7-99:7
Ford, Henry

5-01:5
Ford, Nicky Aaron

12-00:2
Ford Motor Co.

10-97:5
"Fore-Edge Painting"

11-94:1
"The Forest of Time and Other Stories"

12-98:1*
Forgue, Norman W.

6-97:3, 5-01:7


Forgue, Stepheny Eveline

6-97:3
"Former Caxton President Kenneth Nebenzahl Recalls a 'Highlight' of His Tenure 30 Years Ago" by Kenneth Nebenzahl

1-95:7
Forster, E.M.

12-98:2
Forsythe, Mary Florence

10-99:7
Fort House

2-99:4*
Fortnightly, The

2-95:5,6, 3-95:5,6, 4-95:1
Fortsas, Peter

8-97:6, 7-98:8


"For Whom the Bell Tolls"

5-99:2
Foss, Florence

4-97:4
"The Founding of the Newberry" by Robert W. Karrow

2-00:1,4
Four American Books Campaign

1-94:3*, 8-99:1,4
"4 American Writers of the 1920s" by Robert Cotner

8-01:1,3, 9-01:1,6,7, 10-01:1,6


"Four Caxtons"

12-95:4
“Four Courts, Dublin” by Suzanne Pruchnicki

5-02:8*
"Four English Postage Stamps Celebrate Caxton's Achievements" by Frank J. Piehl

4-96:5
Fournier, Edward

4-99:3
"The 1481 Edition of Dante's Commedia" by Ed Quattrocchi

4-00:4
"14th Nebenzahl Map Lectures Scheduled at Newberry Library"

10-01:5
Fowler, Robert

12-95:2
Fox, Carol Perry

9-98:7
Fox, George

8-01:2-3
"The Fox and Hounds"

5-99:3
Foy, Fred

8-95:4
“Fragments of Gutenberg in Chicago”, by Thomas J. Joyce

11-01:7
France, Anatole

3-01:5,6
Francis, Elinor

3-96:1*
Francis, Lesley Lee

2-96:6, 3-96:1*,4*,8, 10-00:7


Francis, Lesley Lee

"As Told to a Child" 1-01:4-5

"Robert Frost and Harriet Monroe" 3-96:1
"Frank Harris: A Study in Black and White"

8-94:1, 8-97:1*


"Frank Harris Remembered for Dynamic Qualities of Existence" by Elmer Gertz

8-97:1,5
"Frankfort Book Fair"

12-93:3
Frankfurter, Felix

10-01:5
Franklin, Benjamin

7-98:7*
Franklin, Colin

9-02:7
Franklin, John

11-98:4
Franklin Society

7-98:7
Fraroran Press

5-01:7
Frazier, E. Franklin

3-98:3
Freedley, George

6-95:6
Freedman, Leonard

1-94:1, 5-94:3, 12-94:6, 8-95:4, 11-96:6, 1-97:6, 2-97:6, 1-98:7, 6-98:7, 7-98:3,8, 6-99:8, 8-99:6-7, 10-99:6, 11-99:7, 1-00:7, 6-01:7, 9-01:8, 12-01:15, 7-02:7


Freedman, Leonard

"Luncheon Programs" always last page, 11-93 on


freedom of expression

8-99:5
"Freedom's Plow"

9-01:7
"Freeport News"

10-01:7
Fremiet, Emmanuel

3-01:5
"The French Bookbinders of the l8th Century"

12-93:3
French National Library

9-02:12
Freud, Sigmund

10-99:6
“Friday Lunch”

10-02:7*
"Friday Luncheons Provide Rich Flow of Ideas and the Mingling of People"

8-99:6-7
Friedberg, Martha

12-01:14
Friedberg, Stanton A.

9-93:3, 2-95:3, 10-95:1, 4-97:3,4, 2-98:5


friendship

3-97:2, 9-98:5


Friends of Dard Hunter

9-99:6. 11-99:7


"Friends of Literature"

10-99:4
Friends of Robert Frost

2-00:7
"From Author to Autograph Collector" by Elmer Gertz

8-94:1
"From Cuba With Love: A Literary Pilgrimage to the Caribbean" by Kenneth H. Paterson

8-98:l,5,6
"From the Archives" by Frank J. Piehl

2-98:7
"From the Map-Makers for the World: A Map for Every Season" by Andrew McNally IV

11-95:1
"From the New World"

7-00:4
Frost, Carol (grandfather of Robert Frost)

1-01:1
Frost, Carol (son of Robert Frost)

1-01:1,4
Frost, Cone

1-01:3
Frost, Elinor

4-97:4, 1-01:3,4


Frost, Gary

6-95:4
Frost, Harold

1-01:3
Frost, Irma

1-01:4
Frost, Lesley

3-96:1, 1-01:4
Frost, Lillian

1-01:1
Frost, Lillian L. Burr

1-01:1
Frost, Marjorie

1-01:3,4
Frost, Phyllis Goodman

1-01:1
Frost, Robert

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

-and George Santayana

1-02:3,6


-and the Civil War

1-02:3


-Ann Arbor House

1-01:1*


-Books (bookstore)

10-01:3


-farm

10-01:3*


-religion

1-02:3
Frost, Robert

"Acquainted With the Night" 1-01:3

verse, untitled 10-01:6


Frost, Robert Lee II

1-01:1,3
Frost, William Prescott (father of Robert Frost)

1-01:1
Frost, William Prescott (Grandson of Robert Frost)

1-01:1,3
"The Frost Family's Adventures in Poetry"

1-01:4
"Frost Permeates American Linguistic Consciousness" by Earl J. Wilcox

3-96:7
Fuentes, Gregorio

8-98:5*,6
Fujimoto, Ralph

12-95:4
Fujimoto, Ralph

letter 9-97:7
Fuller, Henry Blake

4-95:5
Fuller, R. Buckminster

7-98:4, 4-01:2,3*
fundraising

4-94:2
Furse, Herbert L.

3-99:7*
Furse, Herbert L.

"Christmas, Dickens, and The Carol" 12-93:1


Furse, Mary Louise

3-99:7
Fussler, Herman H.

5-97:4
Fust, Johannes

9-99:3
Fust and Schoeffer

11-93:3
G

Gable, Nelly

9-02:6
Gadiel, Ralph

4-95:4
Galilei, Galileo

2-00:2,3*,6,7

-sketch by

2-00:7
Gallagher, Bernice

1-98:8, 7-99:7


Galloway, Paul

10-96:4, 4-99:5


Galvin, Chris

11-95:3
Galvin, Paul V.

11-95:3*
Galvin, Robert

10-95:6, 11-95:3*,6


Garage Annex School

9-02:4
Garamond

7-98:5, 10-98:7
Gardner, Howard

9-00:2, 4-02:2,3*, 10-02:5


Gardner, Howard

letter 10-00:7


The Gargoyle

5-01:7
Garland, Hamlin

4-95:5, 6-97:2
Garner, James Finn

12-97:8, 1-98:4


Garrett, Edmund H.

7-98:7
Garrett, Jeffrey

11-00:8
"Gathering at the River" by Philip Appleman

12-96:6
"A Gathering of Book Lovers"

9-93:1, 9-94:5, 6-95:5
Gatsby, Jay

8-01:3
Gattorno, Antonia

7-96:3
Gay, Richard

4-96:5
"Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation Makes Donation"

1-95:6
"Gazing at Polyphemus" by Steven J. Masello

1-00:1,6
Geary, Barbara

9-95:5
Gehenna Press

9-02:1,3-10


Gehl, Paul F.

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


Gehl, Paul F.

"Archives Completed" 5-99:7

"Caxton Club Will Cover the Town" 1-95:4

"Chicago Book Clinic Names Caxton Club Centennial History as Honor Book" 7-95:1

"Florentine Humanism Exhibition" 4-00:3

"A Poet's Gift" 3-99:6

"The Professional Bookman" 10-98:1,6

“The Youthful Diaries of Hapless Jack Wing” 6-02:1,7

see also exhibition reviews, obituaries
Gehnrich, Daniel

9-02:7
Gehr, Mary

10-98:7
Gehring, Carl E.

1-01:1
Gekler, Charles

4-02:4
"Gem of the Prairie" by Tom Joyce

3-94:1
"Gene Stratton-Porter: A Link Across Generations and Eras" by Laurel M. Church

12-96:1,5
General Drafting Co.

3-00:5
"General Education in a Free Society"

6-98:2
General Sherman (tree)

5-01:2,3*


"General William Booth Enters Heaven"

7-99:3
gentian, fringed

4-98:4*
“A Gentle Madness”

12-01:1
Geoffrey of Monmouth

1-99:6
"Geographia"

2-00:1
Gerachis, Meighan

12-93:1,4, 1-94:4
Gernsback, Hugo

12-98:4
Gertz, Ceretta

11-97:1,6*
Gertz, Elmer

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


Gertz, Elmer

"Ah, Alas For a World That Does Not Love Reading" 1-00:3,7

"Arthur C. Clarke" 12-98:5-6

"A Bizarre Fellowship" 10-99:5-6

"Carl Sandburg: Entrance and Exits" 10-94:3

"Clarence Darrow: Legendary Lawyer of American History" 3-98:1,4,7

"Frank Harris Remembered" 8-97:1,5

"From Author to Autograph Collector" 8-94:1

"Harry S Truman" 11-97:1,6,7

"Henry Miller Remembered" 1-97:1,5

"Noted Civil Libertarian Reconsiders" 8-99:5-6

"A Personal and Grateful Glimpse of Algren" 5-00:6

letter 9-95:6
Gertz, Mamie

9-95:6, 12-97:7, 9-98:8


Gertz, Margery Ann

11-97:6*
Gertz, Theodore G. (Ted)

11-97:6, 8-00:7*
Gertz, Theodore G.

Letter 8-00:7


“Getting to Sherlock Holmes’ 148th Birthday Celebration” by Ely Liebow

3-02:5
Getty, Paul

7-99:8
Ghislolfo, Francesco

3-00:4
Gia-Fu-Feng

12-00:5
"Giants of Jazz"

12-97:5
Gibbin, Robert

1-99:1
Gibson, Walter

11-93:1
Gide, Andre

6-01:1*,4,5
Gide, Madeleine

6-01:1
"Gift From the Sea"

7-97:1
“The Gift of Pleasant Hill”

12-01:9
"The Gift Outright"

10-01:2
"Gil Asolani"

8-99:7
Gilbert, Paul

8-02:6
Gill, Brendan

11-96:2
Gill, Corinne

9-02:8
Gill, Eric

4-00:7*,8


"Gilles und Jeanne"

3-01:6
Gillette, William

4-00:7
Gillray, James

11-97:4
Gilstrap, John MacRae

8-01:8
Ginsberg, Allen

12-98:5
Girardi, Joe

4-95:3*, 8-95:4, 7-02:7, 10-02:7
Giryotas, Sherry

5-95:5
"Give Your Heart to the Hawk"

3-00:6*, 4-00:6
Glacier Point

5-01:4
Glass, Michael, Design

10-95:4
Gleich, Marianne

8-98:7
Gleich, Peter

1-97:6, 8-98:7
Glenelg Inn

8-01:8
Glen Turret

6-95:3-4
Glidden House Hotel

7-01:5
"A Glimpse Into Chicago's Tradition of Print and Graphic Artistry" by Susan Jackson Keig

9-01:4-5
Globe Theater

10-99:6, 10-01:6


Glub, John

10-98:3
"God Only Knows"

7-01:1
Goddard, Connie

8-95:4, 1-96:4, 4-96:2, 10-96:4, 2-97:4, 6-97:5, 9-97:6


"Det Gode Hab"

11-98:5*
"Godfrey of Boulogne"

11-00:2
Godine, David R.

10-95:4, 1-96:5


Godine, David R.

"Keeping Up With the Present" 10-95:4


Godlewski, Joseph

3-01:7
Godow, Michael

11-94:6, 8-95:4, 8-98:8
Godow, Michael

"Collections of One-Time Caxtonian Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park" 11-96:1,5


Goessling, Jeanne

7-94:1*, 4-95:4, 5-95:5, 8-95:4, 9-97:3, 7-98:6, 1-00:7, 3-02:8


Goessling, Jeanne

See book reviews


Goethe

1-99:2,4*, 9-99:3*,6


Goetz, John

7-98:6
Gohde, Kurt

9-02:8
Golda Meir Library

4-02:7
Golden, Vincent

3-96:7, 6-00:8
Golden Hour Series

11-01:4
Goldfine, Heidi

4-95:3
Goldman, Emma

8-97:5
Goldschmidt, Lucien

10-01:4
Goldsmith, Christopher

1-02:7, 4-02:7


"Goldstein"

5-00:6
Goldwasser & Williamson

1-98:6
golf

6-98:6
Golgonooza Letter Foundry

9-02:6,7,8
"Gone With the Wind"

11-96:4
Gonsalves, Paul

12-00:1,3
good

1-99:2
"The Good Hope"

11-98:5
“The Good Lady of Nohant” by Pierre Ferrand

5-02:5-6
"The Good, The Bad, and the Interesting"

3-96:7
"The Good War"

12-97:5*
Goodman, Jon

9-02:8,9*
Goodman Theatre

4-98:5, 9-01:3


Goodspeeds Book Shop

9-96:1
Goodyear, William M.

9-00:1
Gookin, Frederick W.

7-98:6, 9-99:6


Gordon, Constance

8-95:4, 12-00:7


Gordon, Joanna Parrish

8-98:7
Gordon, Mary

3-01:6
Gordon, Nelly Kinzie

1-96:5
Gorey, Edward

12-98:5
Gorseline, Douglas

10-00:7
Gottlieb, Jean

10-93:4, 9-97:3
Goudy, Frederic W., Award

7-98:6
Gould, Chester

12-99:6
Gousha, H.M.

3-00:5
Gowans, John

7-99:3,4*
Grabbe, Christian Dietrich

9-99:3
grace

1-00:2
Grace, Br. Michael J.

7-94:1, 8-94:6, 9-94:6, 11-94:6, 12-94:6, 7-95:6, 8-95:5, 9-95:1, 1-97:5, 2-97:6, 12-00:7, 8-01:7, 12-01:15, 7-02:5*


Grace, Br. Michael J.

"Caxtonian Visits Mainz" 9-95:4

"Members' Headshots Sought" 6-97:3

"Proposal to Donate Caxton Archives" 8-95:5

see also lecture reviews
Grace, William

1-98:7
Graceland Cemetery

5-01:7
Graf, L.A.

3-02:5
Graff, Everett D.

3-00:4
Graham, Martha

7-99:4
Graham, Shellee

3-96:8
Graham, Tom

3-95:1
Gralen, Donald J.

12-95:4
Grand Army of the Republic

7-95:6
Grand Waikapu Country Club

11-96:2,3*
grandchildren

3-02:2
Grant, Myrna

3-94:2
Grant, Myrna R.

"Muggeridge Collection: a Secret Treasure" 3-94:1


Grant House Press

5-99:3
"Grant to Preserve a Chicago and National Treasure" by Alice Schreyer

9-99:7
Graphic Conservation Co.

8-98:7
graphic designers

7-98:1
"A Graphic Exhibition"

7-98:4-5
Graves, Caroline

2-99:1, 4-6
Graves, Robert

5-02:6
Gray, Asa

4-98:2,4,7
Gray, Elizabeth Janet

6-94:1
Gray Parrot

9-02:7,10
"Gray's Manual of Botany"

4-98:2,7*


"The Great Figure" by William Carlos Williams

10-97:7
"The Great Gatsby"

10-97:7, 8-01:1,3*
Green, Richard Lancelyn

10-98:8
Green, William B., Home

11-96:3*
Green Library

7-00:6
Green Stockings

11-98:1
Greenaway, Kate

12-94:4
Greene, Bob

10-00:5
Greene, George Washington

7-00:7
Greene, Graham

2-98:2,4
Greene, Maurice

10-00:2
Greenland

12-98:3-5
Greenland National Library

12-98:5
Greensfelder, Tom

10-99:7
Greer, Pauline

3-98:2,5
Gregory, Dick

12-00:3
Gregory, Henry

4-95:4
Gridley, A.W., Home

11-96:3*
"Grief"

9-98:5*
Grigson, Geoffrey

8-01:6
Grolier Club

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


Gropius, Walter

7-98:4
Grossman, Carol

12-95:4, 8-02:4
Groves, John Stuart

12-97:2
Growoll, A.

7-98:7, 4-99:1
Gruelle, Johnny

11-93:1
Guevara, Che

9-98:6
Guffey, Mrs.

7-96:3
Guild of Bookworkers

4-96:4, 9-99:7
Guild of Hand Bookbinders

9-93:3, 11-93:4, 12-93:1


Guillaumin, Henry

12-01:6
Guiterman, Arthur

3-97:4
Gulliver, Lemuel

1-94:1*
Gundersheimer, Werner

7-96:5*,6, 8-96:6
Gunsaulus, Frank W.

12-94:5
Gunther, Charles F.

9-99:6, 8-02:1
Gutenberg, Johann

7-96:4
Gutenberg Bible

10-93:3, 9-95:2, 11-01:7

-in Chicago

11-01:7
Gutenberg Museum

9-95:4
Guymon, O.O. "Pop"

10-00:2
"Gwendolyn Brooks" (excerpt) by Anthony Walton

1-01:6
"Gwendolyn Brooks, Celebrated as 'The Real Thing' by Fellow Poet" by Alfred L. Woods

7-95:5
"Gwendolyn Brooks Honored at Caxton Club Dinner Meeting" by Frank J. Piehl
5-96:5
H

Hafeman, Bill

12-01:9
Haffner, Charles C.

9-94:1, 4-98:1,3*,7, 8-02:7


Haggard, H. Rider

12-99:6
Hagy, James C.

1-97:6
Hale, Sara Josepha

5-99:l
Hall, Edmund T.

4-99:7, 5-02:2,3
Hall, George C.

2-96:4
Hall, H. Lark

8-94:2, 11-01:6
Hallberg, Jane King

7-00:4
Halley, Edmond

6-96:1
Halley's Comet

6-96:2, 6-97:3*


The Hallmark

1-00:3
Hamady, Walter

5-97:5
Hamamato, Howard

11-96:3
Hamas

4-99:3
Hamill, Frances

4-94:4, 5-94:3,4, 7-97:3, 9-97:3, 11-01:7, 4-02:1,4*


Hamill, Suzette

5-01:7
Hamill & Barker

7-97:3, 11-01:7, 4-02:1,4
Hamilton, Edward

6-02:4
Hamilton, James

11-98:4
Hamilton, Ruth

5-95:4, 6-98:6


Hamilton Hollywood Type Co.

6-02:4
“Hamilton Type Specimen Sheets”

6-02:5
Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum

6-02:4,5,6


"Hamlet"

10-00:6
Hammarskjold, Dag

4-01:6
Hammer, Carolyn R.

9-95:5, 10-98:7


Hammer, Trisha

11-00:7, 9-01:8, 8-02:5,8


Hammer, Victor

9-95:1,2,3,5, 5-97:l, 10-98:7, 3-01:3


Hammershaimb, V.U.

11-98:5
Hammond, Susan

1-00:7
Hampel-Zeman, Josefa

7-02:1*,6


Hampshire Typoethetae

9-02:3,5,8


Hancock Village

12-01:4
Hanes, Houston

2-99:5
Hanes, Susan

8-95:4, 2-99:1,4-6*, 4-99:8, 5-99:6,8, 8-99:7, 11-99:7, 10-00:7, 11-00:8, 1-01:7, 5-01:7, 8-01:7, 6-02:6, 8-02:4,7, 10-02:7


Hanes, Susan

"Hanes Tours British Printing Library" 6-99:7

"In Search of Wilkie Collins" 2-99:1,4-6

letter 5-97:3


"Hanes Tours British Printing Library" by Susan Hanes

6-99:7
Hanff, Peter

8-98:8
"The Hanlon Brothers"

7-98:8*
Hansen, Charles J.

2-94:4
Hansen, Harry

10-94:1
Hansen, Lee

letter 6-97:3
Hanska, Mrs.

10-99:4
Hanson, Robert F.

3-96:7
Harcourt Bindery

9-02:4
Hardy, Thomas

10-99:2
Harkness, Toni

4-94:4, 2-97:6, 11-99:7, 12-01:15


Harlem

2-98:1
Harlem Renaissance

2-98:1,5, 3-98:3,6, 4-98:5,6, 5-98:4,7, 9-01:1,6
"Harlem Renaissance Emerged from Changing Pattern of American Life" by Sherman Beverly Jr.

2-98:1,5
"Harlem Renaissance Enriched the Many Poetic Traditions of America" by Sherman Beverly Jr.

4-98:5,6
"Harlem Renaissance: Offering a New Literary Dimension in America" by Sherman Beverly Jr.

3-98:3,6
"Harlem Renaissance Reached Into the Past and the Future" by Sherman Beverly Jr.

4-98:4,7
"Harlem Wine" by Countee Cullen

2-98:5
Harley, George Way

2-98:4
"Harold E. 'Fritz' Whitehall: A 20th Century Dr. Johnson, Sans Boswell" by Robert Cotner

7-94:3
Harper, William Rainey

5-95:1. 10-01:5
Harrer, Lee

10-01:8, 10-02:7


Harris, Frank

8-94:1, 11-95:4, 8-97:1*, 3-98:7, 8-99:5


Harris, Neil

12-94:6, 1-95:1,8, 2-95:1,4*, 4-95:4, 6-99:7, 10-99:4


Harris, Susan

3-02:7, 6-02:6, 8-02:4,7


Harrison, Carter

3-98:1
Harrison, Edward

5-98:1
Harrison, Helen M., Foundation

6-00:7, 8-01:8, 12-01:1


"Harry Busck Recalls His Early Years of Book Selling in Chicago" by Carlos Martinez

11-00:4-6


"Harry S Truman: The Friendliest of Presidents: A Memoir" by Elmer Gertz

11-97:1,6,7


Harsh, Vivian

12-00:1


-Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature

9-01:1,7
Hart, Nettie

5-97:5
Hartung, Richard

3-97:8
Harvard University

9-93:4, 10-95:4, 9-01:6, 11-01:1
Harvey, Miles

3-01:8
Hasbrouck, Wilbert R.

4-95:1, 8-95:4, 11-96:5
Hasbrouck, Wilbert R.

"Ralph Fletcher Seymour" 10-98:5-7


Haskell, Diana

3-94:4
Haskell, Diana

"Anonymous 'Marshes of Glynn' Published in l878" 1-98:5
Haskins, Katherine

12-95:4
Hast, Adele

9-97:3, 3-02:8
Hast, Adele

“Bookwomen Building Chicago” 4-02:1,4, 5-02:1,4,7, 7-02:1,6,7, 8-02:1,6


Hatfield, Antoinette

2-98:3
Hatfield, Mark O.

2-98:3*
Hatfield, Mark O.

"Hatfield Collection Represents Lincoln's Spirit" 2-98:3-4


"Hatfield Collection Represents Lincoln's Spirit as Leader and Person" by Mark O. Hatfield

2-98:3-4
Hathaway, Pamela

10-98:4
hats, notable

8-98:4*
"Hawaiian Country Club Has Frank Lloyd Wright Elements from Illinois" by Robert Cotner

11-96:3
Hawk Tower

3-00:2,6
Hawke, Ethan

10-00:6
Haworth

8-00:5
Hawthorne, Nathaniel

11-98:2
Haxton, Gerald

9-97:4
Hayden, Carla

9-93:3
Hayden, Sophia

1-98:8
Hayden, (Mrs.) Summer

See Cleary, Kate McPhelim
Hayes, James F.

4-94:4, 12-94:5, 7-98:6, 3-01:1


Hayes, Roland

5-98:4
Hayford, Harrison

8-95:4, 9-95:5*, 12-95:1*, 2-97:2, 11-00:6, 3-02:7*
Hayford, Harrison

"Scholar Sees UnMerry Christmas in Herman Melville's Vision" 12-95:1


Hayman, Dan

8-95:4, 9-00:7, 7-01:5, 8-02:5*


Hayman, Dan

"Caxtonian Reports on San Francisco FABS Trip" 7-00:6


Haymarket Tragedy

8-97:5
Head, Cloyd

4-01:4
Head, Franklyn H.

1-98:1,3
Healy, Sherry

5-95:5, 5-97:5
Heaney, Seamus

9-96:2, 7-00:6, 7-02:7


Heaton family

8-00:5
Heaven, dimensions of

6-01:6
Hecht, Anthony

9-02:7
Hecht, Ben

7-96:3
Hechtman, Midge Gertz

Letter 8-00:7


Hedburg Public Library

9-97:7
Heine, Heinrich

9-99:3
Heinesen, William

11-98:5
Heinlein, Robert

12-98:4
Heinz, Markus

10-01:5
Heise, Kenan

6-97:3
Heise, Kenan

"Carl Sandburg Yet Lives Through His Books" 10-94:4


"Helga Sandburg - Always the Young Daughter - Remembers Her Father" by Helga Sandburg

10-94:1
Heminge, John

4-94:1
Hemingway, Clarence

7-96:1
Hemingway, Ernest

7-96:1*,2,5,6, 9-96:6, 8-98:1*,5,6, 9-98:6, 10-98:3,6, 5-99:2,6, 6-99:6*, 5-00:1,5*,6,7, 5-01:4

-Centennial Literary Conference

5-99:6, 6-99:6

-first editions

7-96:3,4,5*

-Foundation

4-95:1, 7-96:l, 5-99:6

-Museum


7-96:5

-Society


7-01:7
Hemingway, Grace H.

7-96:1
Hemingway, Gregory

6-99:6
Hemingway, Jack

6-99:6
Hemingway, Mary Welsh

10-98:3, 5-00:7
Hemingway, Patrick

6-99:6
Hemingway, Pauline

7-96:3
"Hemingway Birthday Colloquium Set"

7-01:7
"Hemingway Birthday Fetes Set in Oak Park and Michigan in July"

6-99:6
"Hemingway Centennial Literary Conference is Major Event in Oak Park"

6-99:6
"Hemingway in Oak Park" by Barbara Ballinger

7-96:1,6
Hemon, Aleksandr

10-00:5
Henders, Rosemary

11-95:5
Henderson, Alvin

3-99:4
Hendricks, Robert G.

12-00:5
Henrichsen, William H.

1-95:5
"Henry V"

7-01:2-3
Henry, Guy

7-01:5
"Henry Adams, A Friend For All Time, Remembered by an Old Friend of Books" by Robert Cotner

9-98:5
"Henry Miller Remembered by His Everlasting Friend and Savior" by Elmer Gertz

1-97:1
Herbert, Zbigniew

2-96:2
"Hermann Zapf Honored by the Caxton Club", by Matthew J. Doherty

3-01:1,3
Hernandez, Danilo M. Arrate

10-98:3
heron

12-96:3*
Herskovits, Frances S.

1-96:4, 6-98:6*
Herskovits, Jean

11-95:6
Herskovits, Melville

5-95:1, 1-96:4, 2-96:1*, 6-98:6*

-Centennial

6-96:6

-Library of African Studies



2-96:l,5,6
"Herskovits Centenary Exhibits Continue at Northwestern University"

1-96:4
"Herskovits Honored With Special Program"

11-95:6
Hertzberg, Ernest

10-94:6, 9-99:6


Hesterberg, William C.

4-95:4, 5-95:5, 9-95:2, 7-98:6, 10-98:7

-Press

9-95:5
Hesterberg, William C.



"Caxtonian Bill Hesterberg Remembers Victor Hammer & RHM" 9-95:5
Hiawatha

7-00:1,4*


"Hiawatha"

7-00:1,4
Hiawatha Belt

7-00:4*
"Hiawatha's Mittens"

7-00:4
"The Hibernian"

6-98:4
Hicks, Franklyn (Duff) Herbert

12-00:7
Hidden Page, Curtis

11-00:2
Higginson, George J.

1-95:5, 9-97:6


Highland Park Library

1-00:3
"Highlights from the Gaylord Donnelley Library"

4-98:4
Highsmith, Patricia

5-98:3
Higinbotham, Susan

6-00:8
Hill, Horatio

10-98:4
Hill, Walter Matthew

5-96:3, 4-99:1,4, 9-99:6
Hill Monastic Manuscript Library

7-96:4
Hillary, Edmund

11-98:4
Hilliard, Celia

7-94:1, 9-94:1, 12-94:3, 1-96:6, 1-97:6, 9-97:3, 11-99:4, 1-00:6, 5-02:4, 6-02:6, 8-02:4,7


Hilliard, David

6-02:6, 8-02:4,7


Hillman, James

7-97:2
Hilmi, Ahmed

1-02:7
Hindman, Leslie S.

8-97:4, 11-99:8, 1-00:6, 10-01:8

-Auctioneers

8-97:4
Hinrichsen, Steen

5-01:7
Hirschland, Edward C.

12-95:4, 5-97:6, 5-98:7, 11-99:4, 6-00:8


Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois

9-99:7
"Historia von D. Johann Fausten"

9-99:3
"Historian Neil Harris to Address Club Gala" by Tom Joyce

1-95:1
history, oral

2-01:4
History of Chicago Project

8-02:6
"History of Magic"

12-97:7
"A History, of Sorts, of 'First Fridays'" by Ed Quattrocchi

5-94:3
“History of the Girondists”

12-01:6
Hobson, Mellody

9-00:1
Hoe, Robert III

5-96:3, 7-01:6, 12-01:8
Hoell, Frank

4-98:4
Hoffman, Hans

9-02:9
Hoffman, J. Frederick

4-95:4
Hoffman, Michael

9-02:9
Hoffman, Patricia

4-95:4
Hogan, Sharon

7-99:7, 6-00:7
Hogarth, William

12-94:4, 11-97:3


Hogarth Press

5-01:7
Hokinson, Helen

5-02:4
Holabird & Roche

10-95:3
Holbein Family

11-93:3
Holden, Isabella

7-94:6
Holden, John C.

7-94:6
Holden Arboretum

7-01:7
Holiday Press

5-01:7
"Holiday Revels at The Newberry to Feature Variety" by Tom Joyce

11-93:4
"Holiday Revels Is One of the Best" by Robert Cotner

1-98:4
Holland, Maria

11-00:7
HOLLIS

8-00:8
Holloway, Emory

8-96:2
Holmes, Abiel

12-97:7
Holmes, Mark

10-95:4
Holmes, Oliver Wendell Sr.

8-96:2, 3-97:4, 12-97:2,7
Holmes, Sherlock

3-97:1, 4-00:7*, 3-02:1,4,5, 4-02:5*-6

-Birthday Bash

3-02:5, 4-02:5-6


"Holmes' Astraea Recalls Father's Legacy in Georgia"

12-97:7
Holocaust Studies

2-02:1,3,6
Holzheimer, Arthur

3-00:5
Home, D.D.

8-00:4
Honegger, Arthur

3-01:5
"The Hooker Letter"

2-94:3
Hookway, Amelia Dunne

1-99:5
Hoops, Johannes

2-98:7
Hoover, Herbert

11-97:6
Hopewell Mound

4-01:7
Hopkins, Anthony

3-94:1, 10-00:6


Hopkins, Gerard Manley

4-97:1,4,5*, 7-97:4. 3-00:8, 10-01:6, 7-02:5,7

-Society (USA)

4-97:4
Hopkins, Gerard Manley

"Pied Beauty" 6-95:l
"Hopkins Celebration Set for Oak Park"

4-97:4
Horton, Carolyn

6-95:1,4
Horton, William

1-98:1
Horton Tank Graphics

9-02:7
Hosea Books

9-02:4
Hoskins, Anthony

12-96:6, 1-97:6
Hotchkiss, Eugene III

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


Hotchkiss, Eugene III

"The Late Stan Friedberg" 2-98:5

"Thou Shalt Not Covet" 6-99:5
Hotchkiss, Suzanne

3-95:5,6, 4-95:l


Hotchkiss, Suzanne

"March Dinner Meeting Rekindles Caxton Club Ties to the Fortnightly" 3-95:5


Hotchner, A.E.

6-99:6
Hotel Ambos Mundo

9-98:6
Hotel Nacional

8-98:1
Houghton Library

8-00:1, 9-00:3,6
“Hound of the Baskervilles”

12-01:8*
Hounds of the Baskerville

3-97:7, 5-01:6
House of Books

10-01:3
Housman, A.E.

3-98:7
Houston, James Hawthorne

11-94:4
"How Evolution Came to Indiana" by Philip Appleman

10-97:8
"How It Happens"

4-01:4
"How the Irish Saved Civilization"

9-96:5
Howe, Walter

9-95:3, 4-98:4, 7-98:6, 3-01:1


Howell, Robin

12-93:1
Howes, Wright

3-00:5, 6-02:6
Hoyem, Andrew

7-02:3
Huang, Samuel

9-93:3, 1-97:6, 12-98:4
Huang, Samuel T.

"The Science Fiction and Fantasy Collections of the NIU Libraries" 12-

98:1,4
Hubbard, Bruce W.

4-94:4, 12-94:6, 5-95:3, 6-95:1, 1-96:4


Hubbard, Elbert

4-97:6
Hubbard, Kin

8-00:3
Huffine, Eugene

12-95:4
Hughes, Langston

2-98:5, 3-98:3,6, 4-98:5, 5-98:4, 7-99:3, 12-00:1*,2,3, 9-01:1*,6,7, 10-01:1

-songs


12-00:3
Hughes, Langston

"I, Too, Sing America" 9-01:6

"Jazz Boy" 12-00:3

"Merry-Go-Round" 12-00:1

"The Negro Speaks of Rivers" 9-01:1

"Nothing But a Dog" 12-00:3


Hughes, Ted

9-02:7,8
Hugo, Victor

11-96:2, 4-99:3
Huldra

7-97:2
"Human Comedy"

10-99:1
humanism, civic

4-00:3, 7-00:2


Humanist Library

9-95:4
Hunt, Jarvis

4-98:3
Hunt Roman

7-98:5
Huntington, Henry E.

9-99:5
Huntington Library

12-01:8
Hurley, Mike

1-02:8
Hurston, Zora Neale

4-98:5
Husser, Wendy Cowles

6-00:8, 3-01:3, 8-01:7, 9-01:7, 4-02:7*, 8-02:5,7
Hutchinson, Charles Lawrence

1-95:5, 3-95:5, 5-98:5, 9-97:6, 9-99:6


Hutchinson, Ruth

4-94:4, 5-94:4


hydroplane

10-97:6*
Hyman, Trina Schart

12-94:4
hymn tunes

7-02:4-5
hymns

7-02:4-5, 8-02:3
“Hymns: Poetic Expressions Linking Faiths, Expressing Hope” by Robert Cotner

7-02:4-5
Hythlodaeus, Raphael

10-00:8, 7-01:5
I

“I Leave You, My Love” by Robert Cotner

2-02:3
"I, Too, Sing America" by Langston Hughes

9-01:6
IAPMA

10-01:7
Iceland

1-99:3,6
Ichiyama, Dennis

6-02:4-5,6
“Icones Librorum Artifices”

9-02:7,8
"If You Weren't There, You Missed It", by Dan Crawford

1-01:7
Ignacio

8-98:1
Iliad

6-99:3
Illinois Arts Council

8-99:4
Illinois Authors Book Fair

10-95:6
Illinois Authors Literary Weekend

9-97:6
Illinois Center for the Book

9-97:6
Illinois Historical Society

12-99:7
Illinois Humanities Council

9-93:1, 12-99:7
Illinois Institute of Technology

5-97:5
Illinois Medieval Association

2-96:4
"Illinois Poet Laureate Gwendolyn Brooks Named Honorary Caxtonian"

7-95:1
Illinois State Library

9-97:6
“The Illuminations”

1-02:5
illustrators

12-94:4
"L'Imagier de Harlem"

9-99:3
IMCoS 2001

10-01:5
Imprint Society

9-02:1
"In a Jewish Cemetery Near Chicago" by Robt. Cotner

4-96:3
"In Search of Wilkie Collins: A Literary Pilgrimage Through England", by Susan Hanes

2-99:1,4-6


"In the Land of Walter Scott: Discoveries in a Medieval Castle", by Ed Quattrocchi

8-01:8
"Incident"

4-94:5
"Incidents in the Life and Times of Carl Sandburg" by Ralph Geoffrey Newman

10-94:3
"Index Librorum Prohibitorum"

6-96:4
"Indiana-Produced Cars Ranked as 'Best Built', 'Most Beautiful' Ever"

10-97:7
Indiana University

4-98:6
Indians

4-99:7
infinity

8-98:2
"Infinity"

8-98:2*
"Information Sought"

4-95:4
"Information Sought: Illinois Iron Hand Presses"

9-99:6
Ingersoll, Mary

7-02:1
Ingwerson, James

3-00:4
"Injun Summer" by John T. McCutcheon

10-93:1,2, 11-94:3, 11-95:5, 10-96:3, 7-97:5, 9-97:5
"The Inland Printer"

9-01:4-5
"Innocents Abroad" (Sherwin Beach edition)

11-00:7*, 9-01:7
"Inspired Golf"

6-98:6*
Institute for Books

9-98:3,6*
Institute of Design

5-97:1
intelligence

4-02:2
International Antiquarian Book Fair

4-97:5
"International Hemingway Conference in Oak Park"

5-99:6
International League of Antiquarian Booksellers Fair

9-96:4
International Map Collectors Society

-International Symposium

10-01:5
International Medieval Conference

8-97:4
International Press Club of Chicago

3-96:7
Internet

8-99:8

-and bookselling



9-02:4
Intrator, Michael

8-97:8, 9-97:8, 7-98:8


"The Invasion"

3-99:4*
"Invisible Man"

2-94:2
"The Invisible Pyramid"

6-96:2
Ireland

1-99:7
"An Irish Memory", by Ed Quattrocchi

1-99:7
Iron Hand Press Census

9-99:6
Iroquois Confederacy

7-00:4
Ishiguro, Kazuo

10-00:5
"The Island of Lost Maps"

3-01:8
Island of Lotus Eaters

6-99:3*
Israel, Elaine

8-98:6
"It's a Doozy!"

10-97:6
“It’s a Mystery….” By Mike Braver

12-01:12-13


Izamard, Georges

1-02:4
J

Jackson, Malcolm

11-98:7*
Jackson, Robert

7-01:5, 8-02:4
Jackson, Robert H.

12-93:3, 8-94:5, 4-97:6, 5-97:6, 3-01:7


Jackson, Roger

1-97:1
Jackson, William A.

8-00:1
Jackson, William V.

1-98:7, 1-00:7, 9-02:12


Jacobi, Derek

7-01:1
Jacobs, Amos

1-00:3
Jacobsen, Jorgen-Franz

11-98:4-5


Jacobson, Eddie

11-97:6
Jaffe, Moe

7-00:4
Jahns, Jeffrey

6-97:4, 11-97:7, 4-02:7


Jahns, Jill

4-02:7*
Jahns, Zibby

4-02:7*
Jakes, John

12-99:6
James, Henry

9-94:4, 4-02:4
"James Joyce & Samuel Beckett: Nothing Left But Sawfdust" by Michael Sawdey

6-98:3-5
"Jane Austen's Sense & Sensibility Proves to be Sound Investment" by David Meyer

9-96:1
"Janet Lewis: Chicago's Gift to American Literature", by Robert Cotner

3-99:1,4,6


"The Japanese Print"

10-98:5
Jarem, Jill

10-99:7
Jarrell, Randall

10-01:2
Jaspers, Karl

2-02:1
"Jay Marshall, Legendary Proprietor, Magician, and Ventriloquist, Honored"

7-99:7
"Jazz Boys" by Langston Hughes

12-00:3
"Jeanne d'Arc au bucher"

3-01:5
Jedlicka, Dan

10-97:7
Jeffers, John Robinson

See Jeffers, Robinson


Jeffers, Robinson

3-00:1*,2,3*,6*,7


Jeffers, Una

3-00:2,3
Jefferson, Thomas

5-94:2, 7-98:7, 6-00:1,5
Jefferson Rock

5-94:2
Jehu Junior

12-00:7
Jekyll Island, GA

1-98:1,2,3,4, 8-00:2,3

-Art Association

4-97:4


-Club

1-98:1,2,3


Jensen (typeface)

1-00:4,5
Jenson, Nicolas

12-94:2,3, 7-98:4
Jerba

6-99:3
Jeremiah

5-00:2,3*
Jeremiah

"Lamentations": (excerpt) 5-00:3


"The Jeremiah Syndrome" by Michael Braver

5-00:3
Jesus (cab driver)

8-98:5
Joan of Arc

2-01:1*,6*, 3-01:3*,4*,5*,6

-canonization of

3-01:4
"Joan of Arc"

3-01:6
"Joan of Arc: From Caxton to Shakespeare" by Pierre Ferrand

2-01:1,6
"Joan of Arc: Her Courage Inspires the Ages' by Pierre Ferrand

3-01:4-6
"Joan of Arc: Her Story"

3-01:6
"Joan of Arc, the Image of Female Heroism"

3-01:6
"Joan of the Stockyards"

3-01:6
Jobson, Craig

9-02:11
John, Augustus

6-98:4
"John Calhoun, Chicago's First Printer, Founded Chicago's First Daily in 1833", by George Everet Thompson

10-98:4
"John Knox and Henry Miller, Two Reformers in Their Own Times" by K.H.Paterson

1-97:4
“John M. Wing: Typesetter” by Robert Williams

6-02:3
"John McCutcheon's Book"

12-97:7
“John Marshall: American Patriot, From Battlefield to Supreme Court and Beyond”

by Robert Cotner

10-02:1,3-5


John Marshall Law School

2-99:7
Johnson, Georgia Douglas

4-98:5
Johnson, Helene

4-98:5
Johnson, Herb

9-95:3
Johnson, James Weldon

3-98:3, 4-98:6


Johnson, Jean

7-99:7
Johnson, Lady Bird

4-01:5*
Johnson, Lyndon B.

10-94:2, 11-97:7


Johnson, Samuel

4-94:1, 5-96:6, 12-00:8


Johnson, Thomas

7-00:3
Johnston, Edwin

10-97:7
Johnston, Stanley, Jr.

7-01:7
Joist, Sir Thomas

4-94:3, 6-94:4
Jonas, Bradley

7-01:7, 10-02:7


Jones, Barbara

7-99:7, 9-02:12


Jones, Marion

10-00:2
Jong, Erica

1-97:3
Jordan, Sophia

11-00:7, 12-00:7


Joseph, Albert

4-95:1
Joseph, Rosemary

4-95:1
"Jottings From One Collection" by Robert Cotner

10-01:3
"Journal" (Gide)

6-01:1
journalism

6-02:1, 10-02:6


"Journey Without Maps"

2-98:2
"Joutel's Journal of LaSalle's Last Voyage"

11-93:3
Joyce

7-01:6
Joyce, David Gage

3-97:3
Joyce, James

6-98:1,2,3,4*,5,7, 7-98:2, 1-99:7, 4-99:5, 5-99:3,6, 11-99:7


Joyce, Thomas J.

9-93:3, 1-94:1,4,5,6, 3-94:4, 6-94:1,6, 7-94:1*,4, 10-94:5, 11-94:6, 12-94:1,6, 4-95:4, 5-95:3, 6-95:1, 8-95:4,5, 12-95:4, 1-96:4, 2-96:4, 3-96:5, 4-96:4, 5-96:5*, 10-96:4, 1-97:5,6, 2-97:6, 8-97:4, 1-98:1,7, 8-98:41-00:7, 8-00:4*, 10-00:1, 1-01:7, 2-01:7, 7-01:7, 2-02:5, 6-02:7, 10-02:7


Joyce, Tom

"Caxtonian Frank Piehl Awarded High Honor" 4-97:1,3

"Children's Books" 11-93:1

"Dinner Programs", always last page, 9-93 to 8-95

"Gem of the Prarie" 3-94:l

"Holiday Revels at the Newberry" 11-93:4

"Holiday Revels Revealed 1-94:4

"Historian Neil Harris to Address Club Gala" 1-95:1

One Building, Multiple Bonds, Many Books” 6-02:6

"Openings & Closings" 9-96:5

"President Tom Joyce Presents Thoughts" 10-95:1

"President's Assessment" 8-97:1,3

"Purloined Books" 10-96:3-4

"Ripple Effects in Shadowlands" 3-94:1

"A Swift Kick-Off For the New Year" 1-94:1
Jubilee Press

1-94:4, 4-94:3


judgement

2-02:2
"Juliet V. Strauss: More Than a Pretty Face and Fine Figure in Bronze in an Indiana Park"

7-97:4
Jung, Norman

7-01:7
Junto

7-98:7
Juvelis, Priscilla

6-99:8
"Die Jungfrau von Orleans"

2-01:6
K

Kacmarcik, Frank

11-01:8
Kafka, Franz

1-95:2
Kageyama, Yasuhiko

12-01:15
Kahn, Edward

5-97:5
Kahn, Herman

10-00:3
Kaiser, Georg

1-99:1, 3-01:6


Kalkowski, Mary Ann

2-02:4*
Kallies, Ericka

6-96:4
KAM Isriah Israel

9-98:4*
Kanin, Garson

letter 12-97:7
Kanin, Krysztap

8-96:4
Kantor, Alvin “Bob”

6-95:1, 10-95:4, 4-96:1, 8-97:6*, 5-02:7
Kantor, Bob

letter 9-96:4


Karanovich, Nick

5-95:6, 6-95:6, 7-95:6, 8-95:6


Karasik, Mikhail

11-97:8
"Karen Skubish Assumes Presidency of the Caxton Club" by Frank J. Piehl

9-97:3
Karrow, Robert W., Jr.

1-94:6, 9-94:6, 4-96:4, 1-97:6, 2-97:6, 5-97:6, 6-98:6, 11-98:4, 7-99:7, 1-00:6, 2-00:5, 5-00:2, 6-00:7, 2-01:3, 10-01:7, 11-01:7, 12-01:16, 8-02:4, 10-02:7


Karrow, Robert W., Jr.

"The Founding of the Newberry" 2-00:1,4

"Newberry Cartographic Collections" 3-00:4-5

"Newberry Map Collection" 2-00:1,5

"To the Ends of the Earth", 2-01:3

photo captions 11-98:1,4

untitled article 2-00:7
Kasper

5-97:5*
Kat Ran Press

9-02:8-9
“Katherine, Gentle Voice”

12-01:14
"Kathryn and Howard Clark of Twinrocker Continue Craft Traditions in Paper Making" by K.H.Paterson

6-95:3-4
Katz, Sandra

1-01:3
Kaufman, Edgar

11-96:2
Kaufman, Michael

9-93:2
Kaufman, Phil

5-00:6
Kavalio

11-98:5
Kazin, Alfred

2-94:2, 9-00:2
Keats, John

6-98:2
Keeler, Harry Stephen

12-99:6-7
"Keeping Up With the Present by Remembering the Past" by K.H.Paterson and David R. Godine

10-95:4
Keig, Susan Jackson

7-99:7, 12-01:4,5,9,15, 3-02:7, 4-02:7, 9-02:10
Keig, Susan Jackson

"A Glimpse Into Chicago's Tradition of Print" 9-01:4

“When the Bauhaus Met the Shakers” 12-01:4-5,9

letter 6-01:7


Keith, Elbridge G.

12-01:11
“Keith Preston: Chicago Professor, Poet, and Newspaperman” by Kim Coventry

12-01:10-11
Kelehar, Dan

9-02:6,7,8


Kellar, Scott

12-93:1, 1-94:6, 3-94:3,4, 6-94:6, 9-94:5, 4-95:4, 6-95:1, 2-97:3, 12-97:2, 7-98:6


Kellar, Scott

"Contemplations of a Rare Book Conservator" 2-97:5


Kelley, Maurice

6-97:1
Kellogg, Ruth

11-99:4
Kelly, Bill

3-99:6
Kelly, Brigit Pegeen

"Of Royal Blood" (excerpt) 8-99:4
Kelly, Charles A., Jr.

1-00:7, 8-00:8, 9-00:8


Kelly, Jerry

3-01:7
Kelly, Jim

1-98:3
Kelm, Daniel E.

9-02:3*-4


Kendalville, Indiana

8-02:2


-Public Library

2-00:7
Kenealy, Edward Vaughan Hyde

12-00:6
Kennard, Laurie

9-93:1*
Kennedy, Amos Paul

9-93:3, 1-94:4, 4-94:3, 5-95:5, 2-96:5, 7-98:6
Kennedy, Amos Paul

"American Poet, Paul Laurence Dunbar" 2-94:1


Kennedy, J. Gerald

7-01:7
Kennedy, Jacqueline

4-01:5*
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald

3-96:2, 11-97:2, 4-01:5*


Kennedy, John Fitzgerald Jr.

9-97:6
Kennedy, Mary

10-99:7
Kennedy, Robert Fitzgerald

11-97:2
Kennedy & Sons Press

2-96:5
Kennerley, Mitchell

3-02:5
Kensal Green Cemetery

2-99:6
Kent, Rockwell

1-94:3,4, 12-95:4, 4-98:4,6, 8-99:1, 4-01:7


Kepes, Gyorgy

7-98:4
Key, Ellen

10-98:5
Keyes, Geoffrey

9-96:1
Khalili, Nasser D. Collection of Islamis Art

1-02:7
Kidder, Tracy

9-02:1
Kiffer, Sandy

3-01:7
Killie, Jerry

5-97:5
Kilmartin, Terence

4-02:4,6
Kilmer, Joyce

4-97:5
"Kindred Spirits"

11-00:3
Kindschy, Errol

6-97:5
King, Mary

5-02:4
King, Stephen

1-94:4, 5-98:3


Kings Canyon National Park

5-01:3
Kintail

8-01:8
Kinzie, Juliette

1-96:5, 6-97:2


Kircher, Athanasius

2-00:6
Kirk, James Tiberius

3-02:5
Kirshenbaum, David

3-94:3
Kitteredge, William A.

1-94:3,5, 2-94:3, 9-94:5, 12-97:7, 4-98:1,4, 7-98:6, 8-99:1,4, 2-01:1, 5-01:7
Kittle, Ann

7-01:5, 12-01:8, 8-02:7


Kittle, C. Fred

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


Kittle, C. Fred

"Another Birthday Party for the Immortal Sleuth" 4-00:7

"Council Notes" 5-01:8, 6-01:7

"Dinner Programs" always last page, 9-97 to 8-99

"Of a Fortuitous Attic Discovery" 8-00:5

"The President's Report, 1999-2000" 6-00:7

"There's More to Doyle Than Holmes" 3-97:1,7
Klampp, Emil

5-97:5
Kleiman, Isidore

4-96:2,3
Kleiman Creative Writing Contest

2-00:7
Klein, Ronald

10-02:7
Kleine, Alex E.

1-94:1
Kleinschmidt, Karl

12-98:3
Klemen, Elaine

10-02:7
Kline, Otis Adelbert

12-99:7
Klingsport Typographic Museum

9-02:10
Klostersturm

11-00:8
Knapp, Tracey

9-02:8
Kner, Albert

5-98:7
Kner, Elizabeth

9-95:3, 5-97:1, 5-98:7, 7-98:6, 3-01:3


Knight, Elianna

7-00:5
Knight, Lisa

7-00:5
Knight, Moyra

5-95:4
Knight, Steve

7-00:5
Knoertzer, Joan

8-02:5
Knoertzer, Joan

“FABS 2002” 8-02:4-5
Knox, John

1-97:4
Knox, Msgr. Ronald

3-02:5
"Knoxville: Summer 1915"

10-98:2
Koch, Ann

11-93:4, 1-94:1,5, 2-94:1, 9-97:3
Koch, Peter

9-02:6
Koch, Rudolf

9-02:10
Koch, Theodore W.

2-98:7
Koenig, Michael

2-94:4, 3-94:4, 11-94:6, 5-95:4, 8-95:4
Koenig Hahnrei

1-99:1
Kogan, Rick

4-99:5, 6-01:7
Kolb, Gwin

5-94:3, 4-95:1, 5-95:3*, 6-95:1, 8-95:4, 12-95:4, 1-97:6, 7-99:7, 8-99:8, 11-99:6,7, 1-00:7, 9-00:7, 12-00:8


Kolvoord, Bob

1-96:3
Korbel, Barbara

8-01:7
Kosinski, Jerzy

6-96:5
Kosinski, Kiki

6-96:5
Kostura, William

1-98:6
Kotlowitz, Alex

7-96:5
Kramer, Julia W.

9-93:3
Kramer, Kay Michael

8-95:1, 1-00:7, 9-00:7
Kramer, Sidney

10-95:3
Krames, Josef

10-94:1
Krapp, Philip

9-93:4, 10-93:4


Kraus, H.P.

1-94:4
Kredel, Fritz

9-95:3, 3-01:3
Kroch, Adolph

5-99:7
Kroch, Carl

2-95:3*, 3-01:7

-Library


5-99:7*
Kroch, Carl

Letter 5-99:6


Krueger, Karen

letter 9-97:7


Krummel, D.W.

7-99:7, 6-00:7,8


Krutch, Joseph Wood

1-96:2
Krystal, Arthur

9-96:5
Kuch, Michael

9-02:7*,8


Kuhn, Thomas S.

11-95:2
Kuiper, Kathleen

1-97:6
Kula, Elsa

6-01:7
Kulis, Margaret

2-97:6
Kumin, Maxine

10-00:5
Kur’an

1-02:7
L

"Labyrinth of Time"

6-95:2
La Chatre

5-02:4
Lachevre, Frederick

4-99:3
Lackner, Herman

1-97:6
"The Lady's Book of Flowers and Poetry"

5-99:1*,4*
LaFargue, Michael

12-00:5
Lafforgue, Marie Anne-France

7-96:2
Lagana, Gretchen

9-93:3, 1-94:1,6, 5-94:2, 7-94:1*, 1-95:4, 5-95:1, 8-95:4,5, 1-96:4, 1-97:5, 6-97:4, 9-97:3, 7-98:4, 8-98:8, 10-98:1


Lagana, Gretchen

"UIC Design Archive" 7-98:4


Lagerlöf, Selma

4-01:1*
Lahaina Printsellers, Ltd.

11-96:2, 2-97:2,5*, 11-00:2
Lake Forest College

5-95:4, 1-01:8


Lake Zurich Country Club

10-98:7
Lakeside Classics

1-94:5, 2-97:3
Lakeside Press

10-93:3, 11-93:3, 1-94:5, 2-94:3, 3-94:3, 9-94:1, 1-95:6, 3-01:?


Lamartine, Alphonse de

12-01:6-7


Lamb, John

8-95:4
Lamb, Kathleen

9-93:3,4, 1-94:4, 1-95:4, 1-96:4, 9-97:3
Lamb, Kathleen

"Caxton Club Centennial Exhibitions Slated" 9-93:3

"A Reminder from the Centennial Exhibitions Committee" 12-93:4
Lambert, Allan

9-01:5
Lambremont, Jeanette

7-01:2
"The Lamentations of Jeremiah"

5-00:3
Lamont, Bridget L.

2-95:1,4
Lampe, Evelyn

11-94:6, 12-95:4, 1-97:6, 2-98:7, 5-99:8, 7-99:7, 11-99:7, 1-00:7, 6-00:8, 1-01:7, 12-01:15, 4-02:8, 8-02:7


Lancaster, John

9-02:5
Landino, Cristoforo

8-95:3, 4-00:1,4

-Commentary on Dante

4-00:1,4,6*
Landon, Alf

11-97:7
Landt, Dan

4-95:4

Lane, George



9-98:8
Lane, Gilman

11-96:1
Lang, Dan

7-94:4, 7-95:5, 8-96:4, 3-01:3
Lang, Jean

8-96:4
Langenscheidt Map Co.

3-00:5
Langham

2-99:5
"Langston Hughes: A Poet Grown Deep Like the Rivers" by Robert Cotner

9-01:1,6
"The Langston Hughes I Can't Forget" by Dempsey J. Travis

12-00:1,3


Language of Flowers

5-99:1,4, 8-01:6


Lanier, Sidney

8-96:2, 1-98:3,5*


Lansing, Alfred

11-98:4
Lark Sparrow Press

9-02:11
Larkin, Jean

11-94:6, 11-95:2, 5-99:6, 1-00:7, 2-01:7


Larkin, Oliver

4-95:2, 11-96:2


Larson, Art

9-02:7-8
Laskes, J.J.

10-01:3
Lasner, Mark Samuels

7-01:5
"The Last of the Mohicans"

3-99:4
Last Supper, Menu at

10-99:7
"The Late Stanton Friedberg: An Exemplary Caxtonian" by Gene Hotchkiss

2-98:5
"Late Summer Meeting Launches New Year and Conference of Humanists" by Robert Cotner

9-93:1
Latham, Dwight

7-00:4
Lathem, Edward

1-01:3
Lathrop, Bryan

3-95:5
Latin School (Maine)

9-95:4
Lau, D.C.

12-00:5
Laufer, Berthold

2-98:7
Lavender, Jimmie

5-01:6
Lawrence, Jacob

8-95:5
Laxness, Haldor

1-99:6
Leadership Institute

9-97:7
League of American Writers

8-00:6
Lear, Norman

1-01:3
"Leaves From a South Pacific and Asian Sketch Book"

10-98:7
"Leaves of Grass"

8-96:l,2,3,5


Leavitt, Sarah Taylor

5-97:1
LeBlanc, Maurice

3-02:1*,4
LeCorbusier

10-97:1
"Lectionary of the Charterhouse of Florence"

4-00:3*
lecture reviews

"Early Book Bindings in the Collection of Loyola University Chicago" by John Chalmers, rev. by Michael Grace 6-96:4


Lederman, Leon

12-01:2
Lee, Ann

12-01:8
Lee, Anna

7-01:1
Lee, Margaret

2-97:6
Lee, Melissa J.

6-00:8
Leech, John

12-93:1
Leekley, Richard

4-97:1
"The Left Hand of Darkness"

10-98:1*
Lefty

12-96:4
"The Legacy of Foethe in the 250th Year of His Birth Spans Nations and Genres" by Pierre Ferrand

9-99:3,6
"The Legends of Jekyl (sic) Island"

1-98:1,3
Legg, Franklyn H.

7-94:4
Legg, Franklyn H.

"Adventures in Bibliomania" 4-94:3, 6-94:4


LeGuin, Ursula K.

12-00:5
Leiber, Fritz, Jr.

12-99:7
Lellenberg, Jon L.

3-98:8, 4-02:5


Lemon, Charles

5-94:4
Lemperly, Paul

7-98:7
"Lena and the Old Witch"

9-00:7, 10-00:7


Lenau, Nicholas

9-99:6
Leo X

2-98:6
Leo XIII

3-01:4
"Leo Belgius"

3-00:4*
Leonard, George III

10-01:8, 6-02:6, 8-02:4,7, 10-02:7


Leonard, William Ellery

10-99:5
Leopold, Aldo

6-97:2
Leopold, Nathan

10-94:3, 3-98:1,7


leprechaun

3-94:3
Lesley, J. Ingrid

4-95:1, 7-95:4, 8-95:4,5, 9-95:5, 2-96:4, 3-96:8, 4-96:6, 1-97:6, 6-98:7, 8-98:6, 7-99:7, 12-99:7, 1-00:7, 6-00:8, 12-00:7, 4-02:7
Lessing

11-95:2
"Let Love Go On" by Carl Sandburg

11-98:6
"A Letter From Evanston" by Ed Quattrocchi

12-97:6, 1-98:6, 2-98:6, 1-99:7, 7-01:1,4,5, 8-01:8


lettering

9-95:1*,2


letters from readers

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


"Letters of St. Jerome"

4-00:3*
Letters to Poetry magazine

2-01:8
Leventhal, A.J.

6-98:3
Levarie, Norma

1-96:5
Levi, Edward

5-97:4
Levy, Susan

4-95:3, 5-95:3,6, 6-95:1, 8-95:4, 11-96:6, 12-96:6, 1-97:6, 2-97:3, 9-97:3, 4-98:1,8, 5-98:7, 8-98:8, 6-99:5, 11-99:4,7, 7-01:7, 10-01:8
Levy, Susan

"Literacy Chicago's Book Auction" 3-94:3


Lewis, C.S.

3-94:1,2,3, 4-95:2, 4-98:6


Lewis, Edwin Herbert

3-99:1,3
Lewis, Herbert

4-99:7
Lewis, Janet

3-99:1*,2,3,4,6*,7*, 4-99:7*, 5-99:5, 6-99:5, 2-02:7


Lewis, Janet

"Words for a Song" 9-99:7


Lewis, Sinclair

12-01:11, 5-02:4


"The Lewis-Winters Chicago Connection Revisited" by Durrett Wagner

5-99:5
Lewisohn, Ludwig

10-99:5
Leyendecker, Joseph C.

2-95:5
Liberia

2-98:4
Librarian of Congress

10-01:5
libraries

1-94:4, 8-94:5, 7-95:4
Library Company of Philadelphia]

12-01:8
Library of Congress

6-94:2,3*,5, 6-00:1*,2,3*,4*,5

-Main Reading Room

6-00:2,3*
"The Library of Congress at 200 looks to the Future" by John Y. Cole

6-00:1,4,5


Liebow, Ely

8-95:4, 3-97:5, 5-99:6, 6-01:7, 3-02:5


Liebow, Ely

“And finally” 4-02:5-6

"Doyle Influenced by English and American Literature" 3-97:4,5

“Getting to Sherlock Holmes’ 148th Birthday” 3-02:5


life

-active


4-00:4

-contemplative

4-00:4

-Proust and the experience of



4-02:4,6
"The Life and Typography of William Caxton"

6-94:4
“The Life of George Washington” by John Marshall(book)

10-02:5*
“The Life of the Mind”

2-02:2,3
Like, Joe

10-02:7
Lilly, Eli

12-01:5
Lilly Library

4-98:6, 3-99:3, 4-02:4
Limberlost

12-96:1,2,4(map)


Limited Editions Club

9-02:6,8
Lin Yutang

12-00:5
Linacre, Thomas

7-01:4
Lincoln, Abraham

2-94:3, 2-98:3-4*

-Association

1-00:7

-Bookshop



9-98:7, 11-00:4

-Brigade


8-00:6
Lincoln, Edward

3-01:7
Lincoln, Robert Todd

1-96:5, 9-99:6
Lincoln Academy of Illinois

6-97:1
"Lincoln the Constitutional Lawyer"

2-94:3
Lincoln Storage Co.

11-00:4
Lincoln the Lawyer Award

1-00:7
Lincoln University

9-01:6
Lindbergh, Anne Morrow

7-97:1*,5,6
Lindbergh, Charles A.

7-97:1*,5


"Lindberghs Remembered on 70th Anniversary of Epic Flight" by Peggy Sullivan

7-97:1,5
Lindholm Service Station

11-96:5*
Lindley, Daniel

6-97:1*
Lindsay, Elisabeth

7-99:4
Lindsay, Nicholas Vachel

see Lindsay, Vachel


Lindsay, Nicky

7-99:4
Lindsay, Susan

7-99:4
Lindsay, Vachel

3-96:1, 7-99:1*,3,4,7,8, 1-00:7, 9-01:6


Lindsay, Vachel

"Prologue to 'Rhymes to Be Traded For Bread'" 7-99:1


Lindseth, Jon

7-01:5
Lindsey, Lt.

9-99:1
Lindstrom, Donald

12-95:4
"Line From East Central Illinois to Iowa and Below" by Laurel Church

2-99:7
“A Line o’Type or Two”

12-01:10
"Lines Composed in American Indian Effigy Mounds Near Aurora, Illinois, Columbus Day, 1992" (excerpt) by Robert Cotner

7-00:3
"A Link With Caston on a Tour of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange" by Ed Quattrocchi

11-99:6-7


Linne Building

11-00:5
Linnell, John

2-99:5
"The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe"

3-94:1
Liska, Christine

5-96:3
Liska, Robert

5-96:3
Liszt, Franz

9-99:6
literacy

5-96:7
Literacy Chicago

3-94:3
"Literacy Chicago's Book Auction" by Susan Levy

3-94:3
"Literary Scholar to Address November Caxton Meeting"

11-96:4
literature

1-97:2


-vernacular

5-96:7, 6-96:3


Littell, C.G.

1-94:3
Little, Richard Henry

12-01:11
Little, Thomas

8-00:8
"Little Review Exiles Number 1"

7-96:3
The Little Room

2-95:5, 4-95:5


livres d'artiste

12-94:4
"Liza of Lambeth"

9-97:1,4*,8*
Llewellyn, Roger

4-00:7
Locke, Alan

3-98:3
Locke, John (printer)

9-02:5
Loesch, Katherine

12-01:14
logos

12-93:3
London

10-99:6
Long, Barbara Denemark

7-01:7, 4-02:7


Long, Judith Reich

12-96:5
Long, Robert

4-02:7
Longfellow, Henry W.

10-95:4, 8-96:2, 1-98:5, 7-00:1,3*,4,5,6,7,8


Longfellow, Mary

7-00:1
"Longfellow and Dante in Houghton Library Collections" by Dennis C. Marnon

7-00:7
Longfellow Gardens

7-00:4,8*


"Longfellow: Poet, Scholar, Bibliophile-Legend" by Robert Cotner

7-00:1,4
"Longfellow's Enduring Influence Across America" by Ed Quattrocchi

7-00:5
Longworth, R.C.

4-00:2, 10-02:6

Longworth, R.C.

See book reviews


"Look Homeward, Angel"

8-00:6*
"Looking Backward at 50 Years of Bookselling in Chicago" by Carlos Martinez

10-00:1,4
"Looking Backward ona Pioneer Utopian" by Pierre Ferrand

10-00:3,6


"Looking Backward 2000-1887"

10-00:3,6


Lopez, Barry

8-02:5
Lopez, Ken

8-02:4, 9-02:4
Los Angeles Times Building

3-98:1
Lotus Eaters

6-99:3
Love, Richard H.

9-95:2, 1-97:6, 10-97:2, 12-97:7, 3-98:6, 5-98:7,8, 2-99:7, 7-99:6

-Galleries

2-99:7
"Love and Ethics"

10-98:5
“Love Divine, All Love Excelling”

7-02:4,8
"Love Letters of Nathaniel Hawthorne"

4-99:4, 5-99:3*
"The Love of Books"

4-97:3
"Love's Labors Lost"

10-00:6
Lovecraft, H.P.

12-98:1
Lowell, Amy

10-94:1
Lowell, James Russell

8-96:2, 5-98:2, 7-00:1,5


Lowenberg, David H.

1-01:4
Loyola University

6-96:4
Ludlow Eusebius

1-00:4
Ludlow Typographic Co.

11-93:2, 9-94:1, 12-94:2, 10-98:1,6,7, 9-01:4
"Luncheon Programs"

by Ed Quattrocchi, 9-93:4, 10-93:4

by Ed Quattrocchi and Leonard Freedman, always last page, 11-93 to present
Lundblad, Jamey

4-98:6
Lupin, Arsene

3-02:1,4
Luther, Kem

9-98:5
Lynch, Beverly

3-95:6, 4-95:6, 5-95:1,2, 8-95:4, 7-01:7
"A Lyric Writer's Lament (A Faustian Bargain) for Robert Cotner" by Laurel Church

1-99:4
M

"Ma wang tui"

12-00:4-5


Mabinogion

1-99:1,6
McAdams, Heather

11-00:7, 9-01:8
McAleer, Neill

12-98:5
McCabe, Joseph

8-00:4
McCagg, Ezra B.

1-98:1
McCamant, Robert

4-95:4, 7-98:6, 11-00:7, 12-00:7, 5-01:7, 9-01:7,8, 8-01:7, 12-01:15, 8-02:5,7, 9-02:1
McCamant, Robert

“Caryl Seidenberg and the Vixen Press” 12-01:14

“Craig Jobson” 9-02:11

“Northampton, MA” 9-02:1,3-10


McCarthy, Mary

2-02:1
McCarthy, Rita

6-96:4
McClatchey, Jack

12-93:3, 1-95:7


McClellan, James C. Jr.

8-94:2, 11-01:2


McClellan, Louise

8-94:2
McClellan, Mary Louisa

11-01:2
McClurg, Alexander C.

10-93:3, 11-93:3, 12-99:1

-Bookstore

see “Newberry Library Bookstore”


McCormick, Mrs.

1-96:5
McCormick, Robert

5-02:4
McCree, Mary Lynn

5-94:3, 9-97:3


McCullough, David

11-97:7, 9-00:1, 10-00:5*


McCutcheon, John T.

9-93:1, 10-93:2, 11-94:3, 2-95:5, 11-95:5, 10-96:3, 7-97:5, 9-97:5, 11-97:3, 7-98:6

-Elementary School

7-97:6


-"Injun Summer"

10-93:1, 11-94:3, 11-95:5, 10-96:3, 9-97:5


McDonald, Michael Patrick

10-00:5
MacDonald, Sebastien

5-95:4
McFarlane, Mary Ann

3-94:4, 4-94:4, 12-95:4


McGovern, William

2-98:7
McGowan, David

9-93:1*

-Film & Video, Inc.



9-93:1
McGrath, Harold

9-02:1,3,5,8,10


McGraw, DeLoss

3-99:6
McGreevy, Tom

6-98:3
McGreggor, Barry

7-01:3*
McGuinness, Ralph

6-95:1, 8-95:4
Machi, Nina

8-95:4
Machiavelli, Nicolo

1-00:6
Machine, Frankie

5-00:4
"The Machine Stops"

12-98:2
McIlvaine, Carolyn

7-02:6-7, 8-02:1*,6


Macintosh G3

7-98:6
Mack, Deborah

6-98:6
McKay, Claude

3-98:3,6
McKenna, Seana

7-01:3
McKenna, Siobhan

6-98:1,4
Mackey, Frank

11-96:4
McKim, Meade, & White

3-95:5, 8-98:1


McKinven, Doris

letter 9-96:3


McKinven, John

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


McKinven, John

"Of a fortuitous attic discovery" 8-00:4

see also Book Reviews
"McKinven Publishes New Book"

7-98:8
McKitterick, David

4-95:6
McKittrick, Bruce

8-94:5, 11-94:6, 1-95:7, 2-95:1, 4-96:3, 7-01:7


McKittrick, William

8-94:4,5, 1-95:6, 2-95:3, 8-95:4, 1-97:6, 7-01:7


MacLean, David G.

12-96:3
Maclean, Norman

1-00:2
MacLeish, Archibald

10-01:5
MacMahon, Franklin

3-01:3
McMahon, Margot

1-00:3
McMillan, S. Sterling

7-01:5
McMurtry, Larry

3-99:6
McNally, Andrew III

11-94:1, 11-95:1, 3-00:5, 2-02:7
McNally, Andrew IV

"From the Map-Makers for the World" 11-95:1


McNally, Rand

11-94:1, 1-95:6, 6-96:1, 12-99:1, 3-00:5

-collection

3-00:5


-corporate holiday cards

11-95:1
Macon, France

12-01:6-7
MacRae, Farqhar

8-01:8
MacRae Clan

8-01:8
"Madeleine"

6-01:4
Madison Council

6-00:7
Maeterlinck, Maurice

3-01:6
Magellan, Ferdinan

12-99:2,3
Magellanic Cloud

12-99:3
Maggs, John

11-98:4
Maggs Bros.

11-98:4
Magi, Aldo

9-00:5
"Magic"

7-97:3*
magicians

9-94:4
"Magicians on Bill at Holiday Revels"

12-96:4
magnets, oil

7-99:8
Magnusson, Arni

1-99:3
Magnusson Institute

1-99:3*
Mahler, Gustav

9-99:6
"The Maid of Orleans"

2-01:6
Maigret, Inspector

3-02:4
Mailer, Norman

12-98:5
Maimonides Foundation

1-02:7
Main, Christopher

8-01:8
“Main Currents in American Thought”

11-01:1,6*


"Main Reading Room, Library of Congress: The Nation's Temple of the Book"

6-94:3
Mainz, Germany

9-95:4
"Major Gift Creates New Possibilities for Caxton Club" by Tom Joyce

12-96:3
Makielski, Lem A.

1-01:1
"Making and Keeping Dinner Reservations" by Robert Cotner

3-94:4
Mallette, Richard

4-95:4
Malon, Louis

10-02:3
Malone, David

3-94:1
Malory, Thomas

1-99:1
Malouf, Richard T.

11-95:4
Maltby, W.

8-02:8
Maltby, W.

“Christ is the Answer” 8-02:3
Malraux, Andre

6-01:1,4,5


Mamet, David

8-02:4
"A Man of Honour"

9-97:4
Manchester, William

5-96:2
Mang, Karl

12-01:9
Mangler, Robert

"Vincent Starrett" 5-01:6-7


Manly, John M.

2-98:7
Mann, Klaus

9-99:3
Mann, Thomas

9-99:3
"Mannerhouse"

9-00:4
"A Manner of Speaking"

8-94:6
Mansion, Colard

6-96:3
Manson, Grant

11-96:1
manuscripts, illuminated

4-00:3*
Manutius, Aldus

2-97:3, 4-00:4, 11-00:8, 7-01:4


Mapes, Carl

11-95:1
"Mapline"

3-00:5
maps

11-95:3, 6-96:1, 11-98:7, 2-00:1,4,5


mapseller

6-99:7*
Marbury v. Madison

10-02: 4
Marceau, Marcel

5-00:5
"March Dinner Meeting Rekindles Caxton Club Ties to The Fortnightly" by Suzanne Hotchkiss

3-95:5
Margaret of York

5-96:7, 6-96:3


"Margarethe"

9-99:6
marginalia

1-99:3
marginalization

9-00:2
Margolin, Victor

5-99:1, 11-99:1, 12-99:8
Margolin, Victor

"Chicago Under Wraps" 11-99:4


Maria Celeste, Sr.

2-00:2,3*


Marie de France

1-99:1
Marino, Kate

1-00:3
Marlowe, Christopher

9-99:3
Marnon, Dennis C.

7-00:7, 8-00:6, 9-00:5, 10-00:5
Marnon, Dennis C.

"Accessing Harvard's Wisdom Collection" 8-00:8

"Harvard's Thomas Wolfe Collection" 8-00:1,6

"Longfellow and Dante in Houghton Library Collections" 7-00:7

"Wolfe Collection" 9-00:3,6
"The Marriage" by Yvor Winters

3-99:7
Marriott, Thom

7-01:3*
Marsh, Betty

11-98:4
Marshall, Frances Ireland

6-97:4, 9-02:10
Marshall, James

8-95:4, 4-01:7


Marshall, Jay

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


Marshall, Jay

"Of another Vacation" 8-00:4-5

see book reviews
Marshall, John

10-02:1*-5

-house

10-02:2-3*


Marshall, Paul

"A Salvation Army Officer Remembers Sallie Chesham" 12-97:3-4


Marshall, Thurgood,Library

7-97:6
"The Marshes of Glynn"

1-98:5
Martens, Thierry

5-94:1
Martin of Tours, St.

9-95:4
Martin, Abe

8-00:2,3
Martin, Gordon

10-93:4, 5-97:1,4,5, 7-98:6
Martin, Jessie

5-97:1,4,5


Martin, Lynn

8-95:4, 2-97:6, 3-97:8, 6-98:7, 7-98:3, 6-99:8, 8-99:7, 11-99:1, 3-01:3, 4-01:7, 5-01:7, 8-01:8, 6-02:7, 8-02:7


Martin, Lynn

"Back to Gutenberg" 7-98:1,6


Martin, Noel

3-01:7
Martin, R. Eden

9-93:3, 1-94:6, 2-94:4, 9-94:6, 12-095:4, 1-98:7, 7-01:6
Martindale, Wayne

4-98:6
Martinez, Carlos

10-00:4, 11-00:6
Martinez, Carlos

"Harry Busch Recalls" 11-00:4-6

"Looking Back at 50 Years of Bookselling" 10-00:1,4
Masefield, John

7-994, 8-99:7


Masello, Steven

2-97:6, 5-99:8, 1-00:7, 1-01:8, 3-01:3, 4-01:8, 5-01:7, 2-02:7,8, 6-02:7, 8-02:7


Masello, Steven J.

"Books: More Engaging Than Computers" 1-00:1,6

"Gazing at Polyphemus" 1-00:1,6

"Rare Print Now in Caxtonian's Collection" 12-00:6-7


Mason, Edward G.

1-98:3
"A Masque of Poets"

1-98:5
Massachusetts General Hospital

10-01:3
Masters, Edgar Lee

3-98:7, 7-99:1
Matanky, Arnie

3-96:7
“Match in a Bottle”

9-02:8
"Mathstart"

10-96:4
Matis, Len

5-99:5
"Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John"

4-01:1
Matthews, Brander

7-94:5
maturity

4-96:2
Maugham, W. Somerset

4-95:2, 9-97:1*,2,4*
Maui

2-97:2
Mauldin, Bill

11-98:6
Maxwell, William

9-02:12
May, Sally Ruth

9-94:1
Maybee, Bert

11-97:6
Maylone, R. Russell

11-93:2, 4-94:4, 11-94:6, 8-95:4, 8-96:4, 4-97:5, 8-97:4, 7-98:8, 3-01:3, 12-01:15, 8-02:4
Mead Corporation

8-99:4
Medici

See de Medici
Medici Chapel

4-00:4
Medill School of Journalism

5-01:6
Mednick, Benjamin

7-98:8
"Mefistopele"

3-99:6
Mehmed II

1-02:7
Meier, August

2-96:3
"Mein Kampf"

4-99:3
Meine, Franklin J.

5-01:7
Meknes

6-99:1
Meldman, Leonard

8-97:6, 9-97:8
Melhem, D.H.

7-95:1
Melville, Herman

1-94:3, 12-95:1*, 2-97:2, 5-98:3
Melville, Herman

"A Dutch Christmas" 12-95:5


"Melville J. Herskovits: A Life Devoted to African Cultures" by Robert Cotner

2-96:1
"Members Experience Thrills in Leaving Mid-Day Club" by Frank J. Piehl

6-97:4
"Members' Headshots Sought for Archives" by Br. Michael Grace

6-97:3
"Memoirs of a Book Snake"

10-01:8
memory

4-02:6
Menard, Wilmon

9-97:4
Mencken, H.L.

10-98:8
Menzes, Robert Spencer

7-99:4
"Mephisto"

9-99:3
"Mercadet, ou Le Farceur"

10-99:1,4
Mercator's Arctic

11-98:1
Meredith, Burgess

6-98:8
Merideth, William

6-97:1*
Merit Books

12-99:6
Merker, Kim

3-94:1,4, 8-95:6, 12-95:4


Merriam, Charles

8-02:6
Merrill, James

10-02:8
Merritt, A.E.

1-99:7
"Merry-Go-Round" by Langston Hughes

4-98:5 (excerpt), 12-00:1
Merryweather, George

9-94:5, 4-99:1


Merryweather, John

9-94:5
Merton, Thomas

12-01:5
Metcoff, Jill

11-97:7
Metz, Barbara Lazarus

9-93:3, 12-93:1, 6-94:5, 5-95:5, 5-96:8, 2-97:6, 5-97:5, 11-97:7, 6-98:7, 7-98:6
Metz, Barbara Lazarus

"Calendar of Events" 7-99:7, 9-99:7, 10-99:7, 11-99:7

"Columbia College Opens Chicago Center for Book & Paper Arts" 5-95:5

"Columbia College to Open Caxtonian Book Arts Exhibit" 3-95:1

"Northwestern University Exhibit" 8-95:5
Metz, Robin

3-02:4
"Metz and Railing Team Up at Columbia College Exhibit"

11-97:7
Metzel, Truman

2-99:8, 8-99:6-7, 7-01:5,7,8*, 8-01:8, 4-02:7, 6-02:7, 10-02:7,8


Meyer, Daniel

11-94:6
Meyer, David

9-94:4, 4-95:3, 9-96:1, 4-97:3, 8-97:4, 9-97:7, 7-98:8, 11-99:7, 7-01:7, 8-01:5*, 10-01:8, 3-02:7

-Magic Books

6-95:6
Meyer, David

"Book by Late Caxtonian Nominated for Award" 6-95:6

"Conjuring a Magic Sale" 11-93:3

"Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility" 9-96:1

"Reinhold Pabel" 9-99:1,4

"Two Books With Cherished Attachments" l-96:3

"Two Lucky Book Finds" 7-97:3
Meyer, Joseph E.

10-01:8
Meyer, Mimi

4-02:7
Meyer, Russ

8-99:5
Meyer, Susan

4-95:4
Meyerbooks

10-95:5, 7-98:8, 10-01:8


Michael, Jean

10-93:4, 5-97:4


Michael, John

10-93:4, 5-97:4


Michelangelo

8-95:3, 4-00:4,5, 5-00:3


Michelet, Jules

3-01:4
Michener, James

3-96:7
"Microscopical Study of a Late XVth Century French Book of Hours"

3-96:7
Mid-Day Club

10-93:3, 4-94:3, 7-94:4, 4-95:1, 6-97:4, 8-02:4

-dress code

9-95:6
"Mid-Day Club Dress Code"

9-95:6
Middlebury College

3-96:3
Middleton, Katherine

11-93:2
Middleton, Robert Hunter

11-93:1,2, 7-94:5, 9-94:1, 12-94:2, 9-95:2,3,5*, 12-95:4, 5-97:1, 7-98:5,6, 8-98:8, 10-98:1*,6,7, 3-00:7, 3-01:1,3, 10-01:7, 12-01:15

-Award


3-01:3

-Chicago Design Archive

7-98:4
Midwest Bookhunters

12-93:3


--Annual Fall Book Fair

11-96:4, 11-00:7


Millais, John

2-99:4
Millard, George M.

11-93:3, 1-95:5
Millay, Edna St. Vincent

10-99:2,3*


Millay, Edna St. Vincent

"Sonnet XXVI" 10-99:3


Miller, Arthur (Caxtonian)

1-94:6, 5-94:2, 9-94:4, 1-95:6, 2-95:3, 5-95:3, 6-95:1, 11-96:3, 1-01:8


Miller, Arthur (playwright)

8-02:4
Miller, Henry

1-97:1*,3,4, 8-99:6

-and Rimbaud

1-03:4
Miller. James E., Jr.

8-95:4, 8-96:1,2,3,5,6, 1-98:2


Miller, Jerry

"Prize-Winning Poet Finds Life-Subjects Everywhere" 7-95:3


Miller, Walter

10-97:3,6


Milton, John

5-96:6
Milwaukee Art Museum

1-02:7*
Miner, Charles

1-94:5, 5-94:4, 7-94:1*,4,6, 12-94:1, 6-95:1, 8-95:4, 10-95:5, 5-96:6, 7-98:8, 5-99:1,5,6, 9-99:8, 1-00:7, 5-01:7, 7-01:7, 8-01:5*,7, 12-01:15, 1-02:8, 2-02:4*, 6-02:7, 8-02:4, 10-02:8


Miner, Charles

"Caxton Membership Grows" 10-93:4

"Caxton Club Welcomes l6 New Members" 9-93:3

"New Members Welcomed" 1-94:6

"Welcome New Members" 3-94:4, 6-94:6
Miniature Book Society

10-01:7
Minnehaha

7-00:1*,4
Minnehaha Park

7-00:4,8*


Minor, Ed

1-98:7
miniature books

10-96:5
"Miniature Press Book is Product of Long, Careful Development" by Suzanne Smith Pruchnicki

10-96:5
Minter, William

12-93:1, 1-94:1,4, 3-94:4, 7-94:1*, 2-95:4, 6-95:1,4, 7-98:6, 5-99:3
Minter, William

"Special Newberry Exhibitions" 12-93:1


"Miracle De Theophile"

9-99:6
Miscellaneous Graphics

1-01:7
"A Missed Opportunity in Club Publishing?" by Frank J. Piehl

6-97:4
Misteltoe Cottage

4-97:4
"Mr. Dooley's Philosophy"

1-99:5*
Mitchell, Donald G.

"Remembering Caxton" 11-96:6
Mitchell, Ted

letter 10-00:7


Miya, R.

7-96:1
"Moby Dick"

1-94:3,4*, 12-95:4*, 2-97:5*, 4-98:4,6*, 5-98:3, 8-99:l
"Moby Dick Rises"

4-01:7*
"Modern Tendencies in Lettering" by Raymond DeBoll

9-01:4-5
Moffitt, Florence

8-02:8
Mohawk Paper

6-02:5,6
Mohawk Superfine

3-01:7
Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo

7-98:1,4
Molinari, Kim

8-95:4
Moliter, Heinrich

4-96:1
Momaday, N. Scott

3-99:2,5
Monastery Hill Bindery

10-94:6, 9-96:4

-Press


5-01:7
Mocrieffe, Scott

4-02:4,6
Mond, Ernest

9-93:3
Monotype Bembo

1-00:4
Monroe, Harriet

4-95:5, 3-96:1*, 7-96:3, 10-98:5, 2-01:8, 12-01:11
Monroe, Marilyn: house

11-96:3
"Mont-St.-Michel and Chartres"

9-98:5*
Montgomery College

2-96:2
"Monument to Giuliano De Medici"

4-00:4*
"Monument to Lorenzo De Medici"

4-00:5*
Moody, Dwight L.

3-96:3
Moody, Harriet

3-96:1
Moody, Paul

3-96:3
Moody, William Vaughan

3-96:1
"The Moonstone"

2-99:5*
Moore, Clement C.

4-95:4
Moore, Colleen

10-00:4
Moore, Demi

10-95:4
Moore, Edward Martin

5-01:7
Moore, Merrill

10-01:3
"The Morality of Women"

10-98:5
Moran, Dianne

9-00:7
Morance, Peter

10-97:7
Morato, Fulvio Pellegrino

8-01:6
More, Thomas

4-94:1, 5-94:1, 8-94:4, 9-94:3, 2-97:3, 10-00:8

-Fifth International Symposium

9-95:4

-Gesellschaft



9-95:4
Morgan Library

6-00:6, 12-01:8


Morley, Christopher

12-94:1*,5, 4-00:7, 12-01:11, 3-02:5*, 4-02:5


Morley, Frank

4-02:5
Morocco

6-99:1,3,4
Morris, Patrick

11-98:4
Morris, William

2-94:1, 7-98:1,7, 10-00:3
Morris, Willie

2-01:5
Morrison, Anne

1-01:3
Morrison, Kathleen

1-01:3
Morrison, Kay

3-96:5
Morrison, Theodore

3-96:3, 1-01:3


Le Morte d'Arthur

1-99:1
Mortimer, Ruth

9-02:3,5
Morton, David

4-97:4
Morton, J. Sterling

4-98:3
Morton, Jerry

10-01:7
Morton, Joy

9-96:4, 4-98:3
Morton, Sterling

9-96:4, 4-98:3


Morton Arboretum

9-96:4, 4-98:3,7, 8-02:5


"The Morton Arboretum, the Caxton Club, and Charles C. Haffner III" by Frank J. Piehl

4-98:3,7
Morton Salt Co.

4-98:3
Moser, Barry

9-02:5*,8,10


"Mother"

4-01:1
Motorola

11-95:3
"Motorola's Robert Galvin on Heritage, Creativity, and Courage" by Kenneth H. Paterson

11-95:3
Motorsport Collector

10-97:3,6
Mountain Glen

7-01:5
Mountenoy, Leonard

6-95:4
Mourek, Anthony J.

11-97:5,7, 2-02:5*


Mourek, Anthony J.

"The Political Cartoon" 11-97:3-5


Muggeridge, Malcolm

3-94:1*,2, 10-95:1, 1-96:4

-Collection

3-94:1
"Muggeridge Collection: A Secret Treasure at Wheaton College" by Myrna R. Grant

3-94:1
"Muggeridge Event Set"

10-95:1
Muir, John

8-98:1, 5-01:1*,2,3*,4*,5*
Muir, Victor H.

12-00:5
Mulgrave Castle

2-99:4
Mulliken, William D.

10-93:4, 8-95:4


Mumford, Lewis

11-96:2
Muni, Paul

9-01:7
Munn, James B.

8-00:6
“Murder in the Cathedral”

4-02:6
"Murders in the Rue Morgue"

5-98:1*
"Murphy"

6-98:5
Murphy, Bill

7-98:3
Murphy, Charles

7-94:1*
Murphy, Stuart J.

9-93:3, 7-94:1, 10-96:4, 7-98:6, 9-99:7


Muuray, Bill

10-00:6
Murray, G.E.

4-97:4
Muryagi Sutra

5-98:6
Museo Hemingway

10-98:3
“The Musgrave Ritual”

4-02:6
"Musings" by Robert Cotner

always on page 2
"Musings" (column)

9-96:3, 8-98:4, 10-01:1


"Musings" (poem)

11-00:2
"My Book"

4-99:4
"My First Summer in the Sierra"

5-01:1
Myers, Minor, Jr.

10-02:7
"Mystere de la Charité de Jeanne D'Arc"

9-01:5
mysteries

5-98:3
N

NAPA


11-01:4
"N.C.Wyeth: Artist of Heroic Vision" by Suzanne Smith Pruchnicki

1-98:1,4
"N.C.Wyeth: Artist of Imagination and Heroic Visions"

1-98:4*
Nabholtz, John R.

11-94:6
Nagel, James

7-96:5

Naggs, Julie



12-93:1, 6-95:1
"Napoleon le Petit"

4-99:3
Narsaruaq Museum

12-98:5
Nash, Lyman

6-02:4
Nast, Thomas

11-97:4
National Amateur Press Association

See NAPA
National Cultural Center for the Performing Arts

9-01:2
National Guild of Book Workers

1-94:4
National Knife Museum

9-02:2
National Library of Cuba

10-98:3
National Presbyterian Church

9-98:2*,4*
nature

7-98:2


-and literature

4-98:2
"Nature"

2-99:2,3
Neal, Julia

12-01:4
Neal, Steve

8-97:4, 10-00:5
Neavell, Gordon B.

letter 8-97:4


Nebenzahl, Kenneth

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

-Lectures

10-01:5
Nebenzahl, Kenneth

"By Camel and Beetle" 6-99:1,3,4

"Edmund Halley Left Legacy" 6-96:1

"Former Caxton President... Recalls a 'Highlight'" 1-95:7

photo caption 11-95:1


"Necronomicon"

12-98:1


Nedwick, Jerry

4-95:4, 10-00:4, 11-00:5


Neely

12-99:1
"The Negro Speaks of Rivers" by Langston Hughes

9-01:1
Nelson, Ben

1-99:7
Nelson, Rodney

5-99:3
Nelson, Stan

12-95:4
"Nelson Algren's Chicago"

5-00:5*
Neriusaaq Bookshop and Microwave Café

12-98:3
Nethercut Museum of Beauty

10-97:1
Netsch, Dawn Clark

11-95:6
Neumeister, John

4-00:4
"Never the Sinner"

3-98:4
"New Announcement Introduced"

9-94:5
New Bauhaus

7-98:4
"New Book Center Opens at Columbia College"

6-94:5
"New Catalogue"

2-94:4
"New Caxton Club Directory Published"

6-94:1
"New Caxton Directory to be Published Soon" by Hayward Blake

2-96:4
"New Caxton Telephone Number Announced"

2-95:6, 3-95:6
New College Chapel

7-01:8*
New College Library

7-01:4,8*
“New Folio Edition of the Bible Published”

7-02:3
“New Publication by Alice Schreyer”

11-01:4
"New Slate Proposed for Caxton Leadership"

5-97:6
"New Staff Assignments Crated for Caxtonian"

8-01:7
New World Symphony

7-00:4
New York (Sept. 11, 2001)

4-02:6
"New York Evening Post"

11-00:1,3


Newberry, Julia Clapp

2-00:4
Newberry, Walter Loomis

5-96:3, 2-00:1,4
"Newberry and Caxton Relationship Enhanced by Means of Centennial"

5-95:4
"Newberry Cartographic Collections Span Human History", by Robert W. Karrow

3-00:4-5
The Newberry Library

9-93:1,3,4, 10-93:4, 11-93:3,4, 12-93:1,3,4, 1-94:3, 2-94:4, 3-94:1,3, 4-94:4, 11-94:1, 12-94:3, 1-95:1,4,6,8, 2-95:1, 5-95:4(logo), 6-95:1,2,4, 8-95:3,5, 9-95:1, 10-95:1, 2-96:4, 5-96:3, 6-96:4, 12-96:3, 1-97:5,6, 2-97:3, 3-97:3,7, 4-97:5,6, 5-97:1*,5,6, 6-97:5,6, 8-97:4, 12-97:7, 1-98:5, 2-98:6, 4-98:1,6, 5-98:7, 6-98:1,4,5, 6(logo), 7-98:3,5,8, 8-98:8, 2-99:7, 6-99:7, 8-99:1,3,4, 10-99:4, 11-99:7, 2-00:1,4*,5,7, 3-00:4-5, 4-00:3,4, 10-00:6, 11-00:7, 2-01:3,5, 3-01:1,7, 9-01:4,7, 10-01:5, 12-01:1*,6,7,8,14, 6-02:1,8, 8-02:1,4,7, 9-02:10,11, 10-02:2,6

-Associates

4-98:7



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