The Library's catalog, Orbis, provides access to collections material across the Yale University Library. Below is a list of recently cataloged Beinecke Library acquisitions that are now available in the catalog.
An early example of a duplex ballot-box invented by Juan Watson Ernest of Los Angeles, California, circa 1892. He later improved the ballot box with an alarm mechanism, which he patented in the United States (Patent Number 499,337) and in Canada (Patent Number 46,517). A photocopy of the United States patent specification accompanies the box.
Collection of approximately 50 pieces of correspondence from well-known English-language authors and cultural figures during the mid-twentieth century. Letters concern literary matters chiefly, including Kapelner's two novels and scripts, work by others, publishing, and professional recommendations. Correspondents include: Warren Bower, Pascal Covici, Malcolm Cowley, Caresse Crosby, Edward Dahlberg, Kenneth Fearing, Waldo David Frank, Gene Kelly, Archibald MacLeish, Lewis Mumford, S. J. Perelman, Eleanor Roosevelt, Allen Tate, Lionel Trilling, Louis Untermeyer, and Edmund Wilson.
LSF- BEINECKE: YCAL MSS 956
Statement of Harry J. Cantwell of Crews & Cantwell : attorneys for Mississippi Choctaw claimants to the Committees on Indian Affairs of the Senate and House of Representatives, 62nd Congress, 2nd Session.