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The Mortimer Rare Book Room : in honor of Ruth Mortimer Lancaster '53 curator of rare books 1975-1994, dedication April 23, 1994, Smith College.

Author: David BallHarold McGrathRuth MortimerJames SacréSmith College. Library.All authors
Publisher: [Northampton, Mass.] : Smith College, 1994.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Broadsides
Poetry
Named Person: Ruth Mortimer; Ruth Mortimer; Ruth Mortimer
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Ball; Harold McGrath; Ruth Mortimer; James Sacré; Smith College. Library.; Press of the Sea Turtle.
OCLC Number: 39165782
Notes: Seven broadsides of various sizes (smallest 14 x 11 cm.)--printed on various colored papers, issued in red folder with vignette of book in gold (26 x 20 cm.).
Three items printed by Harold P. McGrath at the Press of the Sea Turtle.
One item illustrated by Jane Rini.
Description: 7 broadsides : ill. ; 26 x 18 cm.
Contents: The Mortimer Rare Book Room [bookmark] --
The Director of the Smith College Libraries is pleased to announce ... --
The Director of the Smith College Libraries cordially invites you ... (includes haiku by Ruth Mortimer beginning Gray pavement, gray) --
Poem in honor of Ruth Mortimer (First line: Un jour quelqu'un aime un livre qu'a publié = One day somebody likes a book that) / James Sacré; English translation by David Ball --
But she turned back to her daily way divine (First lines) / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
Program on the occasion of the dedication of the Mortimer Rare Book Room --
Special collections.

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