A broadside by Gabriele d’Annunzio, commemorating his withdrawal from the Free State of Fiumi on December 31, 1920.
The King and Queen of Hearts as judges; in The Nursery “Alice” (New York : Macmillan and Co., 1890), adapted from Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Featured in Juvenile Jurisprudence: Law in Children’s Literature co-curated by Morris Cohen and Timothy Young at the Beiencke library in 2003. In memoriam Morris Cohen.
Facts relating to the only tattooed lady : being a full and complete account of the life and adventures of this young lady, the only tattoed female in the world, together with many extracts from the metropolitan press in reference to her, all clearly proving her to be one of the most remarkable and rarest curiosities now on exhibition or Facts relating to Mlle Aimee, the tattooed lady (New York: New York Popular Pub. Co. [1886?]).
An urgent plea from George Platt Lynes to Monroe Wheeler, on board the S.S. France, February 19, 1927.
From the Glenway Wescott Papers.