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Room 26 Cabinet of Curiosities

A selection of publications (which brings Beinecke's collection to near completeness) from the press run by Tom Raworth and Barry Hall in the late 1960s.
September 11, 2007
Magnum: die Zeitschrift für das moderne Leben, 1954-1966, was a German/Austrian compendium of images and commentary on modern design, art, architecture, fashion, and lifestyle. Issue 3, was titled "Wie Weiter?" [What Next?]  And it included a memorable cartoon [titled : "Still no solution!"]  
September 4, 2007
A few poems from the latest group of archives from the prolific poet, biographer, critic and chronicler Jeremy Reed, whose writings cover an expanse of 20th and 21st century culture and whose mission, in his own words, is "to rehabilitate the dispossessed" [An in-depth interview can be found here]
August 23, 2007
The Poet's Dinner Table, (New Haven): O.A. Dorman, [ca. 1875] (click image for detailed view)
August 21, 2007
A newly acquired pop-up/moving flap book (1946, World Publishing). : A scene with flap closed:                                                      and opened:  And the last page:
August 17, 2007
An alt-culture magazine from Basel, 1976-1982, (later renamed The Village Cry) focusing on fashion, film, music and strange phenomena, edited by photographer Beat Presser, who would later become a still photographer for Werner Herzog.
August 15, 2007
[Photograph of a dog], Houston's Excelsior Gallery, San Francisco, n.d.
August 10, 2007

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