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Fri Mar 21 17:16:44 2014 UTClccn-n878968150.00Swing Fever /0.481.00Bert Clarke, typographer : a catalogue of an exhibition of selected works at the New York Public Library with an introduction by John Dreyfus and catalogue notes by Mr. Clarke91719759n 878968151973270lccn-n80036752Limited Editions Clublccn-n2009070705Limited Editions Club Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-nr96029601Thistle Pressprtrcplccn-nr96029604Clarke & Wayprtlccn-n81055069Szalay, Lajos1909-1995illlccn-n85349121A. Colish (Firm)prtlccn-n79130807Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich1860-1904lccn-n79063604Washington, Booker T.1856-1915lccn-n80036583Tuskegee Institutelccn-n86026182Gillen, DenverillClarke, BertFictionBiographyDomestic fictionSatireDramaCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryExhibition catalogsPoetryPictorial worksWashington, Booker T.,United StatesAfrican AmericansTuskegee InstituteEducatorsFathers and daughtersNew York (State)--New York--Washington SquareYoung womenEnglandPatent medicines--MarketingPharmaceutical industryCourtshipChildren of the richBeauty, PersonalUpper classPharmacistsNew York (State)--New YorkManners and customsFlaubert, Gustave,College presidentsInheritance and successionSlavesAfrican American educatorsSlaves' writings, AmericanRussiaAlabamaJulian,--the Hospitaller, SaintBirdsMan-woman relationshipsGods, GreekImaginary societiesTuskegee Normal and Industrial InstituteAristophanesFrench fictionWashington Square (James, Henry)Short stories, FrenchFictionTurgenev, Ivan Sergeevich,Patent medicinesHumorous stories, EnglishChekhov, Anton Pavlovich,Great BritainBook designDomestic fictionQuacks and quackeryWells, H. G.--(Herbert George),Love storiesEdel, Leon,HoraceVerse satire, Latin191019341936194019511953195519591960196119661968197019711973197419761978197919861987200112884556BE185.97.W4ocn003165461ocn005773023ocn607584248ocn224052006ocn796689345ocn843595968ocn430027274ocn846778735ocn846778240ocn846778949ocn313222764ocn7240037861491ocn000112874book19700.24Washington, Booker TUp from slavery, an autobiographyHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyThe autobiography of the man who, though born in slavery, educated himself and went on to found Tuskegee Institute1262ocn001674977book19600.29Wells, H. GTono-BungayFictionSatireGeorge Ponderovo's quiet young life is changed for ever when he is forced to leave home and is apprenticed to his dynamic Uncle Edward in his chemist's shop. Edward, determined to 'strike out', invents a bogus medicine called Tono-Bungay which earns him a vast fortune. George's share of the wealth enables him to live out his fantasies by building an aeroplane. As he witnesses the spectacular rise of the Tono-Bungay empire he contemplates a corrupt English society that allows his uncle to wield so much power. This is the only popular edition of the text to include Wells's final revisions. The notes explain his multi-layered allusions, and the Introduction places the novel in its literary and historical context1091ocn000714711book19730.39Chekhov, Anton PavlovichThe short stories of Anton ChekhovFiction1081ocn005977480book19590.47AristophanesThe BirdsDrama1041ocn000211151book19710.25James, HenryWashington SquareHistoryJuvenile worksFictionDomestic fictionHigh interest-low vocabulary booksLove storiesThe shy and sweet daughter of a well-to-do physician, Catherine Sloper seems destined for lifelong spinsterhood until the sudden appearance of a dashing suitor who proposes marriage. Her adored father suspects the would-be fiance of fortune-hunting and threatens her with disinheritance, forcing Catherine to choose between lover and father. Setting his novel in New York City of the 1840s, James masterfully explores the moral consequences of a tender heart's ruthless manipulation1031ocn001240530book19660.31Chekhov, Anton PavlovichTwo plays of Anton Chekhov932ocn003430179book19680.76Homage to the book892ocn003165461book19610.73HoraceOdes and Epodes. In the original Latin and in English translationsPoetry831ocn030403228book19790.79The book of the prophet Isaiah in the King James VersionPictorial works711ocn002774630book19760.37Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichThe torrents of springFictionLove storiesTorrents of Spring, also known as Spring Torrents, is a novella written by Ivan Turgenev during 1870 and 1871 when he was in his fifties. The story is about a young 22 year old Russian landowner named Dimitry Sanin who fell deliriously in love for the first time while visiting the German city of Frankfurt. -- Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia571ocn004753972book19780.35Flaubert, GustaveThree talesCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionA simple heart -- The legend of Saint Julian Hospitater -- Herodias312ocn014061795book19590.84Enamels : [exhibition] Museum of Contemporary Crafts of the American Craftsmen's Council, New York City, September 18 through November 29, 1959Exhibition catalogs171ocn005773023book19610.88Gallery 303 (New York, N.Y.)George Salter : a third of a century of graphic workExhibition catalogs131ocn000143598book19680.56O'Keeffe, GeorgiaDrawings101ocn019702699book19780.73Flaubert, GustaveThree tales : a simple heart. The legend of Saint Julian. Herodias101ocn002673916book19550.92Clarke, BertTwo views of the mountainBiography61ocn026005954score19340.29Lombardo, CarmenThere was a night on the water21ocn224052006rcrd19360.47Heyman, EdwardMutiny in the parlor fox trot21ocn043996706visu19530.66Dance in the sunA dancer and pianist arrive at a dance rehearsal studio to rehearse. Before beginning, the dancer (Nagrin) looks sentimentally at a seashell he finds in his rehearsal bag. As the dance begins, Clarke intercuts the same dance as shot in the studio and on a beach. The two geographies are merged into a third plane, with the seashell seen at the beginning perhaps representing the dancer's memory. After the dance, Nagrin and the accompanist share a smoke and begin to discuss the performance, providing a sense of a return to reality. The film abruptly cuts them off22ocn221431166score1936Clarke, GSwing Fever522ocn016744078book19870.86Clarke, BertBert Clarke--typographer : a catalogue of an exhibition of selected worksHistoryExhibition catalogs272ocn017814895book19870.81Clarke, BertBert Clarke, typographer : a catalogue of an exhibition of selected works : March 5 to September 5, 1987, the New York Public LibraryHistoryExhibition catalogs21ocn027082599book19871.00Bert Clarke, typographer : a catalogue of an exhibition of selected works at the New York Public Library with an introduction by John Dreyfus and catalogue notes by Mr. ClarkeExhibition catalogs11ocn806242947mixClarke, BertBert Clarke papersRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsThis collection consists of materials generated by and collected during Bert Clarke's career. The collection includes material generated in conjunction with Clarke's specific projects including drafts, early designs, budgets, correspondence, reviews, and proofs. These files also include visual material such as drawings and occasional photographs. The collection also includes material that Bert Clarke collected for general use in his day-to-day work including printing and typographic samples, ornament samples, font samples, and engravings. A small amount of general correspondence is included, as well as a collection of ephemera from organizations with which Clarke was involved. The majority of the collection is made up of Bert Clarke's personal library and is organized under Series V: Publications. This collection includes samples of Clarke's typographic and design work throughout his career. Strengths of the collection include a full set of The Frick Collection Catalogue, published in 1949; material for the Artists Illustrated Moby Dick; Clarke's work for the David and Peggy Rockefeller Foundation; and ephemera and printed works produced in conjunction with The Grolier Club11ocn032136022mix1.00Chappell, WarrenPapers of Warren ChappellWith these are a notebook on bookbinding kept by Lydia Chappell; a letter, 1931, from Lydia Chappell to Nancy Buxton re life in Germany and a letter, 1971, to Warren Chappell re a book of poems and Bert Clarke11ocn741723527visu19871.00Bert Clarke typographer March 5-September 5, 1987Exhibition poster showing designs printed by typographer Bert Clarke11ocn078968135book1987Clarke, BertBert Clarke, typographer : a catalogue of an exhibition of selected works : March 5 to Sept. 5, 1987, The New York Public LibraryHistoryBibliography Exhibition catalogsExhibition catalogsFri Mar 21 16:04:00 EDT 2014batch17102