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-Book Fair

10-97:3, 10-98:4, 1-99:1, 3-99:3, 10-99:1, 7-01

-bookstore

10-02:2


-exhibitions

12-01:16


-Map Collection

2-00:1,5, 3-00:4-5

-Weekend of Mystery

4-98:6
"Newberry Library Lyceum Includes Caxtonian Lecturer"

1-95:8
"Newberry Map Collection: A Chicago Treasure", by Robert W. Karrow

2-00:1,5
"Newberry Staff Member Hired as Club Aide"

4-95:6
Newman, Mr.

11-00:5
Newman, Bill

9-96:1
Newman, Doris

9-96:1
Newman, John Henry

7-02:4
Newman, Patricia L.

12-00:7, 2-01:5


Newman, Ralph G.

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


Newman, Ralph G.

"Incidents in the Life & Times of Carl Sandburg" 10-94:3

"Preserving Lincoln" 2-94:3
"News From Nowhere"

10-00:3
newsletters

8-98:4
Newton, A. Edward

11-01:7
Newton, Caroline

7-01:6
Newton, Isaac

2-99:6
Newton, Marjorie

5-96:6
Nicholas of Lynn

11-98:1
"Nick Basbanes: Journalist, Historian of Bibliophilia"

5-96:4

Niebuhr, Reinhold



11-95:2, 9-99:2
Niefeld, Jaye S.

7-98:8, 10-99:8, 11-99:8


Nieminski, John

6-01:7
Niffenegger, Audrey

5-97:5, 9-02:11
Nin, Anais

1-97:1
"1956" by Laurel Church

9-00:5
"1993-94 Caxton Club, Council and Centennial Meetings" by Robt. Cotner

9-93:4
"1979 Caxton Revels Broadside Sold"

12-00:7
19th Century Women's Club of Oak Park

1-96:4
Nobel Prize in Literature

4-01:6, 3-02:4

-Certificate

4-01:6*
Noble, Homer: Farm

3-96:3*
“A Noble Fragment”

11-01:7
Noblett, Julia

7-02:6
"La Noche Triste"

1-01:4
Nohant

5-02:5*-6


"Nominating Committee Presents Slate of New Officers and Council" by Alice Schreyer

5-95:3
Nonni

1-99:3,6
"Nonni in Copenhagen"

1-99:3*
Noonan, Ed

11-94:6, 12-94:6, 12-01:16, 2-02:4*,5*
Norman, Don Cleveland

11-01:7
Norman, Greg

1-94:4
Norman, Haskell F.

1-98:7, 12-01:8


Norman Press

5-01:7
Normandie House

5-01:7
North, Carol

4-02:7
North, William

4-02:7*
North Central College

5-95:4
North Portland Lighthouse

2-99:1*
Northampton, Massachusetts

9-02:1,3-10


“Northampton, MA: New England’s Center of the Book Arts” by Robert McCamant

9-02:1,3-10


Northern Illinois University

12-98:1,4


Northwestern University

5-95:1,4, 8-95:5, 1-96:4, 2-96:1,5,6, 6-96:6, 8-96:4, 4-97:5, 6-98:3,6(logo), 11-01:7, 8-02:4

-Library

9-01:7
"Northwestern University Exhibit Tells the Caxton Story" by Barbara L. Metz

8-95:5
Norton, Charles Eliot

7-98:7, 7-00:1,5,7


"Not Without Laughter"

3-98:3*
"Nothing But a Dog" by Langston Hughes

12-00:3
Notre Dame University

11-00:7, 10-02:6


Notz, Janis

12-95:4, 2-97:6


Notz, John K., Jr.

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


Novacco, Franco

3-00:4
Novarese

1-00:4
Novel Books

12-99:6
"Nuremberg Chronicle"

7-98:1, 5-02:7
Nutting, Helen

6-98:7
Nutting, Myron

6-98:3,7
Nuuk

12-98:3,5


O

"O Lost"


8-00:6, 9-00:6*
"Oak and Ivy"

2-94:1
Oak Knoll Books

1-94:5, 2-94:4, 11-94:5, 12-94:3, 4-96:4, 9-96:4
Oak Park, IL

7-96:1,6, 11-96:1,5

-and River Forest High School

7-96:3


-Public Library

4-95:1, 7-96:3-4,5, 11-96:1


"Oak Park Honors Caxtonian Ballinger" By Robert Cotner

7-96:5
Oakes, Christopher D.

9-93:3, 5-96:8, 5-97:6, 5-99:6,8, 6-00:7
obituaries

Martha Aalbue, by Frank J. Piehl 6-99:5

George R. Allen 5-99:7

Walter C. Allen, by Peggy Sullivan 3-02:6

Yeatman Anderson III 4-95:4

E. Digby Baltzell 11-96:4

Richard S. Barnes by Frank J. Piehl 6-01:6

Henry Blakely 8-96:4

Gwendolyn Brooks, by Robert Cotner 1-01:6

Redmond Burke 8-96:4

Herb Cahoon, by Robert Cotner 6-00:6

Ralph J. Carreno, by Ed Quattrocchi 1-01:6

Suzanne Morton Zurcher Davidson, by Tom Joyce 9-96:4

John T. Flanagan 2-97:4

Stanton A. Friedberg, by Frank J. Piehl 4-97:4

Herb Furse, by Frank J. Piehl 3-99:7

Herman Fussler, by Frank J. Piehl 5-97:4

Elmer Gertz 5-00:6, by Robert Cotner 6-00:6

Mamie Gertz, by Robert Cotner 12-97:7

Brother Michael Grace, by Robert Cotner 7-02:5,7

Houston Hanes 2-99:6

James F. Hayes, by Jim Wells 4-94:4

Harrison Hayford, by Robert Cotner 3-02:7

Franklyn Hicks 12-00:7

John C. Holden 7-94:6

David Kirshenbaum 3-94:3

Elizabeth Kner, by Frank J. Piehl 5-98:7

Carl Kroch by Robert Cotner 5-99:7

Dan Lang 8-96:4

Andrew McNally III, by Frank J. Piehl 2-02:7

Frances Ireland Marshall 9-02:10

John Michael by Hayward Blake 10-93:4

Ralph Newman, by Frank J. Piehl 9-98:7, by Carol Fox Parry and Maxine Brandenburg 11-98:6

Robert Harkness Parrish, Jr. 9-94:6

Samuel L. Rosenthal, by Mary Beth Beal 1-95:5

Carl Sagan, by Frank J. Piehl 6-97:3

C.Prentiss Smith by Kim Coventry 12-97:7

Lloyd Springer 5-02:7

Eleanor Stanlis 2-01:5

Louis I. Szathmary II by Frank J. Piehl and Glen Wiche 12-96:4

David T. Thackery by Paul Gehl 9-98:6

Harold W. Tribolet by Frank J. Piehl 10-93:3

Durrett Wagner, by Robert Cotner 2-02:7

Susan Z. Wiche 3-96:7

Frank O. Williams by Muriel Underwood 2-01:7

Gordon R. Williams by Frank J. Piehl 11-96:4

Howard W. Winger, by Frank J. Piehl 4-95:5
O'Brien, Edna

11-95:2
O'Brien, Tom

4-97:1
O'Conor, Jerry

6-00:8
October House

5-01:7
Odd Volumes

12-93:3
Odding, Sarah

11-01:2
"Odilon Redon: Prince of Dreams"

8-94:6
"Odin"

8-98:1
O’Donnell, Mary

5-02:4
Odysseus

6-99:2,3
"The Odyssey"

6-99:2,3
"Of a Fortuitous Attic Discovery", by John McKinven

8-00:4
"Of a Fortuitous Attic Discovery: Take Two!" by C. Fred Kittle

8-00:5
"Of Another Vacation in a Land Far Away" by Jay Marshall

8-00:4-5
"Of Automobiles, Books, and a Genius in 'Hollow Rolling Sculpture'" by Robert Cotner

10-97:1,4,5


"Of Men and Women"

4-01:4
"Of Nature, Books, and Our Inheritance of Friendships" by Robert Cotner

5-01:1,4,5
"Of Royal Blood" by Brigit Pegeen Kelly

8-99:4
"Of the love of Books, a Library and a Librarian" by Robert Cotner

7-97:5
"Of Time and the River" (excerpt) by Thomas Wolfe

9-00:4
Offutt, Tom III

7-01:7
Ogan, Nick

letter 8-97:4


O'Gara, Joseph

11-00:4
O'Gorman, Thomas

9-94:6, 5-95:4, 8-95:4, 10-95:4, 6-98:4, 7-98:8, 1-99:4
O'Gorman, Thomas

"A Private Reading of James Joyce" 6-98:1,4


O'Hara, Patricia

8-95:4
Ohio University Press

2-02:7
Olav-Soka

11-98:3
Old Bookseller

11-00:5
"The Old Demon"

4-01:1
"The Old Hat Coffeehouse" by Sallie Chesham

12-97:4
Old Jewish Cemetery (Prague)

10-96:1
"The Old Man and the Sea"

7-96:2, 8-98:5-6
Old New Synagogue (Prague)

10-96:1
Old North Bridge

2-99:3
"The Old Story"

1l-94:5
Olson, Mark


8-95:3,6, 9-95:6, 10-95:6
Olympus

10-00:2
Oman, Jane

10-96:1*
“On Hannah Arendt: A Life of the Mind” by Laurel Church

2-02:1,3,6


"On Plants"

7-01:5
"On Rereading" by Laurel Church

2-99:7
"On the Disposition of One of the World's Great Collections", by Robert Cotner

7-01:6
"On the Solitary Life"

4-00:3*
“One Building, Multiple Bonds, Many Books: Collection Open to FABS Visit” by Tom Joyce

6-02:6
"150 Years After His Death, Poe Reconsidered, From a French View" by Pierre Ferrand

12-99:4
"100th Issue of Caxtonian Due Out in December 2001"

8-01:7
O'Neill, Marta

1-00:7
O'Neill, Robert K.

3-99:8
"Openings and Closings: Some Thoughts on Civilization" by Tom Joyce

9-96:5
Optima

10-98:7
Opuscula Press

3-96:7
Orchestra Hall

4-95:5
order, new moral

8-99:2
“Oresteia”

9-02:6-7,10


Original Forty Club

3-02:7
"Original Page of Eusebius Typeface"

12-94:3
Orton, Arthur

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


Osborn, Chase S.

1-01:1
Osborne, Addie


7-98:6
O'Shea, Milo

6-98:1
"The Other World"

3-99:4
Ottomans

1-02:7
"Out of Africa"

7-97:1
Outlaw, Ahmed A.

6-97:4
"The Outsider and Others"

12-98:1*
overdue books

12-93:3
Overholt, Peter

1-00:7
Ovidus (typeface)

1-00:4
Owen, Dorothy

11-99:4
Owens, Harry G.

4-95:3, 9-95:3, 3-96:3, 5-97:1, 4-98:4, 3-01:l


Owens, Jesse

10-00:2,3*


"The Owl" by Emjayzee

7-00:3
“Oxford Companion to the Book”

6-02:8
Oxford University

7-01:4,8*


Ozick, Cynthia

10-98:2
P

Pabel, Reinhold

9-99:1,4*


"The Painted Bird"

6-96:5
Palace of the Captain General

9-98:3
Palmer, Raymond

12-99:1,6


Pan

12-01:10
paper

6-95:3-4
papermaking

6-95:1*
Paper Press of Chicago

6-94:5, 5-95:5, 5-97:5
Paput, Christian

9-02:6
Paretsky, Sara

10-00:5
Pargellis, Stanley

5-97:1, 2-00:5, 5-01:6


Parini, Jay

10-01:6
Parisi, Joseph

2-01:8
parking

5-95:6, 1-02:8


"Parking for Dinner Meetings"

5-95:6
Parkway Community House

9-01:1
Parmenides of Elea

9-02:6
Parrington, John

11-01:2
Parrington, John W.

11-01:2
Parrington, Vernon Louis

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

-bibliography

11-01:6

-Drive


11-01:3*, 3-02:7

-genealogy

11-01:2
"Parrington Chronology" by Robert Cotner

8-94:4
Parrish, Maxfield

8-98:7
Parrish, Robert H.

11-93:3, 9-94:4,6, 6-95:6


Parry, Carol Fox

See obituaries


Parsifal

1-99:1
Paskuly, Georgene

9-97:6
Passim Editions

12-93:4
"A Passion for Books Created the Abel Berland Library" by Robert Cotner

5-97:1
"Passion of Joan of Arc'

3-01:6
Pasteur, Louis

2-95:2
Paterson, Kenneth H.

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


Paterson, Kenneth H.

"Bookman's Alley" 11-00:6

"Caxtonian Finds Book Arts Alive and Well in Cuba Today" 9-98:3,6

"Culmination of a Cuban Pilgrimage" 10-98:3,6

"From Cuba With Love" 8-98:1,5,6

"John Knox and Henry Miller" 1-97:4

"Kathryn and Howard Clark of Twinrocker" 6-95:3-4

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

"Motorola's Robert Galvin" 11-95:3

"Thirties and Books" 11-94:4

letter 2-97:5

see exhibition reviews


"The Path to Top Withers (Wuthering Heights) Le Senitier aux Hauts 1 Avril 1984" by Suzanne Smith Pruchnicki

4-99:6
"Patience and Fortitude"

10-01:4-5,8, 12-01:1,8
Patterson, Rhodes

11-93:2, 5-97:5


Paul, St.

7-02:4-5
"Paul Gehl Lectures in U.S. and Europe"

7-01:7
"Pavilion of Women"

4-01:1
Payson, George S.

11-93:3, 7-94:5, 9-97:6
"Peace of God"

9-98:5*
Peale, Francis

4-94:3, 6-94:4
"Pearl Buck: America's Most Influential 20th Century Woman" by Dorothy Sinson

4-01:1,4,5


Pearson, Dave

5-97:5
Pearson, Ray

12-01:4,5
Pearson Typographers Corp.

5-97:5
Peattie, Elia W.

2-95:5, 5-02:4
Pedley, Mary

10-01:5
Pegasus

9-99:7*
Peguy, Charles

3-01:4
Pellegrini, Carlo

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

9-02:10
Pendergast

3-98:1
Pendergast Machine

11-97:6
Penny Barn Press

5-01:7
Pennyroyal

9-02:5
Penzler, Otto

4-02:5
Pepys, Samuel

11-98:4
Peretti, Peter O.

12-95:4
Periodyssey

9-02:4
Perkins, Dwight

10-98:5
Perkins, Lucy Fitch

7-02:6*-7


Perkins, Maxwell

8-00:1, 9-00:2, 8-01:1


Perlman, Alfred

4-95:4
Pernoud, Regine

3-01:6
Perpetua (typeface)

1-00:5, 4-00:7


Perry, Walter Scott

7-02:6
Perry, William Edward

11-98:1,4
Person of the Millennium

2-99:6
"A Personal and Grateful Glimpse of Algren" by Elmer Gertz

5-00:6
"Personal Glimpses of Nelson Algren" by Art Shay

5-00:1
"Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc"

3-01:5
"Personal Treasures" (exhibition)

9-93:3, 2-94:1, 11-94:l, 1-95:l,6, 2-95:1,4, 3-96:4

-catalogue

11-94:1*, 1-95:6


"Personal Treasures Checklist Completed"

1-95:6
Perushek, Diane E.

7-98:8
Peters, Carl

7-99:6
Peterson, Orlando

2-96:6
Peterson, Scott W.

11-01:7
Petrakis, Harry Mark

4-99:8, 6-00:8, 8-00:7*
Petrarch, Francesco

2-98:6
Pfimlin, Pierre

9-95:4
Philadelphia

11-95:1*
Phillips, Henry

2-96:3
Phillipson, John S.

9-00:5
"Philobiblion"

5-97:3(logo)
Philobiblion Club

10-94:5, 7-98:7


"Phoenixiana"

1-96:5
photography

12-95:6
photogravure

9-02:9
physical activity, dangers of

2-99:5
physics

12-01:2
"Pictures"

8-96:2,6*
"Pickwick Papers"

12-93:1
"Pied Beauty" by Gerard Manley Hopkins

6-95:1
Piehl, Frank J.

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


Piehl, Frank J.

"Annual Club Summary" 3-97:6

"A Bibliophile Views the Rewards" 1-96:5

"The Caxton Chronicles" 10-93:3, 11-93:3, 12-93:3, 1-94:5, 2-94:3, 3-94:3, 4-94:3, 5-94:3, 6-94:4, 7-94:5, 8-94:5, 9-94:5, 10-94:5, 11-94:5, 12-94:5, 1-95:5, 2-95:5

"Caxton Club Books Prove an Investment" 12-97:6

"Caxton Club Connection With Jekyll Island, GA" 1-98:1,3,4

"Caxton Club Publications Available on the Internet" 8-99:6

"Caxton President Inherits Legacy" 1-98:7

"Caxtonian Editor Cotner Honored" 4-99:5

"Caxtonian Meets Descendants of Eugene Field" 8-98:7

"Caxtonian Ned Rosenheim Named Honorary Caxton Member" 10-95:5

"Caxtonian Participates in St. Louis Commemoration of Eugen Field" 8-95:1

"Caxtonians Celebrate...Elmer Gertz" 8-00:7

"Chicago's Early Book Clubs" 7-98:7

"City's Old Caxton Building" 10-95:3

"Club is Subject of Thesis" 6-96:4

"Council Honors Cotner" 2-96:4

"Democracy and Change" 6-95:5

"The DOFOBS" 5-99:3,6

"Edgar Allan Poe Had Links to the Caxton Club" 5-98:5-6

"Four English Postage Stamps" 4-96:5

"From the Archives" 2-98:7

"Gwendolyn Brooks Honored" 5-96:5

"Karen Skubish Assumes Presidency" 9-97:3

letter 8-99:8

"Members Experience Thrills" 6-97:4

"A Missed Opportunity" 6-97:4

"The Morton Arboretum" 4-98:3,7

"Piehl Speaks to the Pittsburgh Bibliophiles" 9-97:5

"President's Annual Report" 7-98:8

"Rarest Club Publications" 9-99:5-6

"A Salute of Our Second Century" 2-95:3

"Who Was Caxton's Prime Mover in 1895?" 9-97:6

"William K. Bixby, Roswell Field, and the DOFOBS" 11-99:1,4

see also Book Reviews, obituaries
Piehl, Janet L.

4-97:1
"Piehl Speaks to the Pittsburgh Bibliophiles on the Caxton Club History" by Frank J. Piehl

9-97:5
Pierce, Bessie Louise

8-02:6
Pierce, David

9-95:5, 3-02:7*
Pierce, Della M.

8-02:6
Pigozy, Ruth

7-01:7
Pike, Kermit

7-01:5
"Pilar"

8-98:1,5*,6
Ping, Charles

7-01:1
Ping, Clare

7-01:1
Pinsky, Robert

6-00:4*, 7-00:5, 12-01:14


Pinzke, Herb

7-98:6
Pinter, Harold

8-02:5
Pio, Alberto

7-01:4
Pioneer Valley

9-02:1,3-10
Piozzi, Hester Lynch Thrale

12-00:8
Pittsburgh Bibliophiles

9-97:5
Pius X

3-01:4
Plain Tales Books

4-97:5
Plant, Mortimore

5-96:6
Plantin-Moretus Museum

10-01:7
"Playboy"

12-99:7
Plaza de Armes

9-98:3*
Pleasant Hill, Ky.

12-01:4,5,9


Plotnick, Harvey

4-95:4
Pocahontas Press

9-96:4, 7-98:6, 5-01:7
Poe, Edgar Allan

1-94:3, 5-95:5*,6, 1-96:3, 3-97:4, 5-98:1,2,3,6,712-98:7, 4-99:4, 12-99:4


"Poem"

4-98:5
"Poems and Letters of Lord Byron"

4-99:4, 5-99:3*
"Poems of Childhood"

8-98:7
"Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins"

4-97:1
"Poems of Mrs. Anne Bradstreet"

7-98:7
"Poems of Places"

1-98:5*
"Poe's Magnum Opus, Eureka: A Prose Poem" by John Astin

5-98:1,6
"Poet Laureate Gwendolyn Brooks to be Inducted into Caxton Club"

4-96:5
"The Poetical Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins"

4-97:5
poetry

7-95:3, 3-96:6, 8-96:3, 3-99:1

-analysis

1-02:1

-bad


1-99:8, 3-99:8
"Poetry"

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


Poetry in Motion

8-99:4
"Poetry in Motion Moves to CTA in Hopes of Moving People to Poetry" by Hayward Blake

8-99:4
Poetry Press

5-01:7
Poetry Society of America

8-99:4
poets

3-99:1


-French Romantic

12-01:6
"A Poet's Gift" by Paul F. Gehl

3-99:6
"The Poets Praise 'A Woman Reading'"

8-96:4
"Polar Books and Maps Collection Grew from Passion for Adventure" by Gerald F. Fitzgerald

11-98:1,4
polar exploration

11-98:1,4, 2-01:3


polarization

3-98:2
Polier, Shad

12-98:5
"The Political Cartoon: Democracy's Subversive Art" by Anthony J. Mourek

11-97:3-5


"Polycronicon"

9-99:5
Ponden Hall

8-00:5
Poole, George A., Jr.

11-01:7
Poole, William Frederick

12-94:5, 2-00:4
Pope, John Russell

1-98:1
"Pope Android Seventh" by Ray Bradbury

12-98:7
pop-up books

11-97:7
pornography

1-97:4
Port, Allen

5-97:5
Porter, Bob

11-97:2
portolan atlases, charts

2-00:5, 3-00:4


"Portrait Given to Library"

4-96:6
Posadas, Barbara M.

12-99:7*
postage stamps

4-96:5*
Potter, Beatrix

12-94:4
Poulter, Cameron

5-97:5
Pound, Ezra

3-96:1, 2-01:8, 4-01:6
Powell, Roger

9-02:9
Powner, Charles

11-00:4
Powner, Charles T.

11-00:4
"Practica quae alias Philonium dicitur"

2-97:3
Prague

10-96:1
Pratt, Davis

6-01:7
Prescott, William H.

1-01:4
"Presence"

8-96:6
"Preserving Lincoln: The Person and the Collector" by Ralph Geoffrey Newman

2-94:3
"President Tom Joyce Presents Thoughts at Outset of Tenure" by Tom Joyce

10-95:1
"President's Annual Report" by Frank J. Piehl

7-98:8
"President's Assessment of Club and Its Future" by Tom Joyce

8-97:1,3
"The President's Report, 1999-2000" by C. Fred Kittle

6-00:7
Press of October House

5-01:7
Press of the Sea Turtle

9-02:4
presses

9-99:6*
Preston, Keith

12-01:10-11


Price, Derek J. de Sola

6-99:l
Price, Eugenia

6-95:2,5*, 1-98:2
Price, Robin

9-02:3
"The Price of Sin"

1-94:4
Prickman, Greg

6-00:8, 11-00:7, 12-00:7, 2-01:8, 3-02:7


Priestley, Raymond

11-98:4
"The Printer: What He Might Be"

7-98:7
printers, l5th century

4-96:1
"Printer's Marks and Devices"

10-98:3
Printery

8-95:1
printing

7-98:1,6, 8-99:4, 9-02:9

-Thirties

9-01:5
Printing House Row

10-95:3*
Printing Office

5-97:4
"The Printing Press"

7-98:7
"A Private Reading of James Joyce: Himself, A Literary Epiphany of This Century" by Tom O'Gorman

6-98:1,4
"Prize-Winning Poet Envisions Chicago in 2999 as 'Senior Adventure'" by Gwendolyn Brooks

2-97:1
"Prize-Winning Poet Finds Life-Subjects Everywhere" by Jerry Miller

7-95:3
"Prized Hemingway Books Preserved in Oak Park and River Forest" by Michael Seefeldt

7-96:3-4
"Processing of Caxton Club Archives Progresses Apace"

6-97:5
"Proclamation"

1-95:3
"The Professional Bookman: Midleton at Ludlow" by Paul F. Gehl

10-98:1,6
"Prof. Peterson of Harvard to Speak at Northwestern"

2-96:6
"Profiles in Courage"

3-96:2
"Prologue to 'Rhymes to be Traded for Bread'" by Vachel Lindsay

7-99:1
"Proposal to Donate Caxton Archives Studied" by Michael Grace

8-95:5
"The Protocols of the Elders of Zion"

4-99:3
"The Proud Heart"

4-01:1
Proust, Marcel

4-02:4,6
proverbs

9-96:5
provincialism

1-97:2
Pruchnicki, Paul

10-96:5, 8-00:5
Pruchnicki, Suzanne Smith

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


Pruchnicki, Suzanne Smith

"Book Illustrators" 12-94:4

"Evidence of Travels" 8-00:5

“Four Courts, Dublin” 5-02:8*

"Miniature Press Book" 10-96:5

"N.C.Wyeth: 1-98:1,4

"The Path to Top Withers (Wuthering Heights)" 4-99:6

"Ponden Hall" 8-00:5

"Reflections on Books and Printing" 6-94:1

illustration 8-94:5

letter 5-94:4
Prudhomme, Sully

4-01:6
"Prufrock and Other Observation"

4-95:4
Psalms

7-02:4
Ptolemy

2-00:1
"Public Debate on the Truth of Spiritualism"

8-00:4*
"Publications Committee Sets Caxton Book Price"

12-94:3
publishing

10-95:4
"La Pucelle d'Orleans"

2-01:6
Puleston, Allen

5-96:6, 7-01:6


Pullman, IL

3-98:1
Pullman, George


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