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.
Partial contents: The changing image of George Washington - Washington as icon - Washington as military hero and patriot - Washington as statesman and president - Washington as citizen and family man - Washington : death and mourning.
New York, N.Y. : Fraunces Tavern Museum, c1989.
BEINECKE (Non-Circulating): Shirley +2151
Junior book of authors / edited by Stanley J. Kunitz and Howard Haycraft ; illustrated with 232 photographs and drawings. ...
Children's literature Bio-bibliography Dictionaries.
Binder containing typescripts and photographs compiled by Maxeda Ferguson von Hesse to document the creation and production of the Beautiful Saralee Dolls, the first anthropologically correct African American baby dolls made in the United States. Two examples were presented to Yale University Library's James Weldon Johnson Collection in November 1951 by their manufacturer, David Rosenstein (died 1963), president of Ideal Toy Corporation, and Sara Lee Creech (1916- 2008), their inventor. The binder contains an essay regarding the dolls' creation, fifteen black-and-white photographic prints of maquettes created by sculptor Sheila Burlingame (1894-1969), and brief biographies of Creech, Burlingame, and von Hesse, a friend of Creech, who assisted in the production and marketing of the dolls.
Autograph manuscript of a collection of pedigrees and genealogical charts, accompanied by many small illustrations of "arms in trick." Some of the pedigrees are taken from the Lincolnshire and Gloucestershire visitations of the early 1680s. An alphabetical index of the coats of arms represented preceeds the pedigrees.
England, [circa 1700-1715]
BEINECKE (Non-Circulating): Takamiya MS 49
Library literacy means lifelong learning / by Carolyn Dennette Clugston Leopold Michaels. ...