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Collection Highlights

New and notable highlights from our digital collections.

Katherine Stieglitz, ca. 1910
Alfred Stieglitz Autochromes A collection of autochromes by Alfred Stieglitz
[Photograph of Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz at Lake George, New York, mounted on paper with manuscript note], 1929
Alfred Stieglitz/Georgia O'Keeffe Archive Photographs, paintings and drawings, letters, and ephemera documenting the lives and careers of Stieglitz and O'Keeffe.
Amos Beman Scrapbooks Four scrapbooks relating to the life of a 19th century Black minister.
Ketubah, marriage contract, manuscript, ink and paint on paper, 20th of Menahem 5671 [1911 August 14], Bombay, India
Art of the Ketubah: Decorated Jewish Marriage Contracts Jewish marriage contracts ranging from the 17th to the 20th centuries.
Folio 31r
Arthurian Romances, MS 229 A late thirteenth-century copy of the great French romance.
Beinecke Library Construction Photographs, 1961-1963 Over 500 photographs depicting the construction of the Beinecke Library, 1960-1963.
The Black Panthers Trial: Courtroom Sketches by Robert Templeton Sketches by Robert Templeton documenting the Black Panthers trial in New Haven, CT in 1971.
Book of Secrets: Alchemy and the European Imagination, 1500-2000 Texts demonstrating the extraordinary presence of alchemy in European popular culture.
The Boswell Collection Correspondence and manuscripts documenting the lives of more than ten generations of Boswell family members.
[Photograph of Bryher in Kenwin, Switzerland]
Bryher Papers Photographs and correspondence documenting the life of Bryher.
Carl Mautz Collection Of Cartes-De-Visite Photographs 145 cartes-de-visite photographs by photographers in San Francisco and northern California, ca. 1855-1895
[Photograph of Carl Van Vechten], 1934 February 25
Carl Van Vechten's Portraits Over 9,000 portraits of the most famous and influential figures of his day.



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