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[Postcard] 1918 November [to] Kurt Wolff, Leipzig, [from] Franz Kafka, Prague.
Kurt Wolff Archive, 1907-1938 Correspondence from the archive of the German publisher who established Kurt Wolff Verlag and Pantheon Books. 
Monkeys' Moon, 1929
Monkeys' Moon & Pool Films Monkeys' Moon, made in 1929 by Kenneth Macpherson, Bryher, and the poet H. D. was thought to be lost. Eighty years later, this six minute film has fully restored.
The Most Peculiar History of the Chewing Gum Man A handmade book by the American artist and humorist, Gelett Burgess.
Philippe Zoummeroff Collection of May 1968 244 posters and ephemera documenting the explosion of protests that swept across France.
Photographs of Washington, D.C., and New Haven, Connecticut 745 negatives dating from 1964-1969, by Alexander Lmanian, a photographer for the New Haven Register. 
Prints in the William A. Speck Collection Prints and ephemera from the William A. Speck Collection of Goetheana.
Rachel Carson Papers Notebooks, letters, clippings, and photos relating to the life of the American nature writer and environmentalist.
Romanov Family Albums Six Romanov Family Albums documenting the last years of Russian Imperial dynasty
Rudyard Kipling: The Books I Leave Behind Selections drawn from a 2007 exhibition focusing on the works of the English author and poet, Rudyard Kipling.
Russian Graphic Art and the Revolution of 1905 Satirical magazines illustrated by graphic artists during the revolutionary upheaval of 1905.
Seventy-two Specimens of Castes in India 72 hand-painted images of men and women from the castes and religious and ethnic groups found in Madura, India, 1837.
Tibet Mirror (Yul phyogs so so'i gsar 'gyur me long), v. 16:no.12 [between 1947-1949]
Tibet Mirror A digital archive of the Tibetan-language newspaper, published from 1925 to 1963.



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