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Four volumes of clippings tracing the first 10 years of the creation and promotion of Volapük, a constructed language claimed to have been divinely given to Johann Schleyer, a German Priest.
August 29, 2011
An amateur newspaper, done in manuscript, from 1882. The authors, Guy and Thomas Berry Cusack-Smith, recount the social and sporting goings-on in their neighborhoods in Eccleston Square, London, and in West Sussex. Included are drawings, puzzles, and rhymes. Sir Thomas Cusack-Smith was later Consul General for Samoa.
August 17, 2009
A run of issues of a magazine, La Tuies, from Barcelona, 1923-1927. Edited by Agusti Piraces, this satirical serial tended toward the outwardly ribald.
October 9, 2008
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