Poster showing a family at the beach, observing a rainbow over the ocean. Title from item. Exhibited: American Treasures of the Library of Congress, 2002-2003. Gift; Charles Carter Smith, Jr,; 1997; (DLC/PP-1997-126).
Four panels of an eight-panel comic strip about the adventures of a boy, Little Nemo, in Slumberland. Impy is being attacked by a giant bee, which has attached itself to his head. Flip uses his cigar to kill th... More
Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Color halftone reproduction of painting by Norman Rockwell. Illus. in: Leslie's illustrated weekly newspaper, vol. 124, no. 3201 (1917 Jan. 11), p. 33 ... More
Summary: Formal portrait, head and chest, Fannie Hurst, facing left with head turned toward camera and left hand resting against face, wearing dark, long-sleeved, turtleneck outfit. Title transcribed from capti... More
Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Purchase; Carol M. Highsmith Photography, Inc.; 2017; (DLC/PP-2016:103-11). Forms part of: Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the... More
A lonely sea anemone looking for adventure meets a hermit crab in need of a bodyguard. Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (Book Dash, viewed on July 12, 2018)
"During a captivity of three years, being taken up as a spy by the above queen, and near the expiration of his time, tried by their laws for attempting his escape, found guilty, and sentenced to death in their ... More
A board game that folds to the shape of a book. The paper fastener holds a counter and the instructions (1 sheet). The spaces on the game board are numbered from 1 to 67 and arrranged in an oval. Illustrated sp... More
Cover title. Written by George Thompson. Cf. Wright, L.H. Amer. fiction, 1851-1875. Also available in digital form. PS3032.T29 L54 1851 formerly shelved under: LAW <Trials A & E Bristol Bill> LLRBR
Caroline Matilda (Stansbury) Kirkland (1801-1864) was a middle-class white woman with a literary bent who moved with her husband and children to the woods of Michigan in the mid-1830s to settle a newly-planned ... More
Written in collaboration with Auguste Maquet. Translated also under title: The conspirators. Sequel: The regent's daughter. Also available in digital form.