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11th Regiment Bulletin (U405 .U55)
Eight issues (vol.1, no.1 Mar. 21, 1919-no.8 Apr. 19, 1919) of the 11th Regiment Bulletin, published by the students of the 11th Provisional Regiment of the American Expeditionary Forces University in Beaune, France. A.E.F. Base Hospital no. 47 was converted into the university in a few short months after the November 1918 armistice, only to be abandoned in 1921.
The Antiquarian. New York: Antiquarian Publishing Co. (NK1125.A1 A58 Oversize v.16, no.2)
James Warner Bellah novels
The Brass Gong. New York: Appleton-Century, 1936. (PS3503.E4417 B73 1936)
Dancing Lady. New York: A.J. Burt, 1932. (PS3503.E4417 D36 1932)
Massacre. New York City: Lion Books, Inc., 1950. (PS3503.E4 M37 1950 Undrsz)
Ordeal at Blood River. New York: Ballantine, 1959. (PS3503.E4417 O73 1959 Undrsz)
Sergeant Rutledge. New York: Bantam, 1960. (PS3503.E4417 S47 1960 Undrsz)
Sketch Book of a Cadet from Gascony. New York: Knopf, 1923. (PS3503.E4417 S5 1923)
The Valiant Virginians. New York: Ballantine, 1953. (PS3503.E4417 V35 1953)
Booth, Letha. The Williamsburg Cookbook: Traditional and Contemporary Recipes. Williamsburg, Va.: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1973. (TX715 .B66 1973)
Bowker, Gordon. James Joyce: A New Biography. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2012. (PR6019.O9 Z52616 2012)
Honda, Stan. When I First Arrived in Baghdad. Northfield, Minn.: Strong Silent Type Press, 2011. (DS79.762 .H65 2011 Art)
Documentary war photography by Stan Honda, designed and printed in silk-screen by Fred Hagstrom.
Hood, Charles H. Big Rigs, Posh Digs, Fast Cars, Dark Bars. Self-published, 2012. (HE5633.O5 H66 2012)
The true story of the recent demise of local Arrow Trucking Company.
Howe, M. A. De Wolfe. Oliver Ames, Jr.: 1895-1918. Boston: Privately printed [by the Merrymount Press], 1922. (CT275.A6 H69 1922)
Joyce, James; Danis Rose, ed. The Dublin Ulysses Papers. East Lansing, Mich.: House of Breathings, 2012. (PR6019.O9 U49 2012 v.1-6)
Joyce’s early drafts and notes for Ulysses from the National Library of Ireland’s collections.
Los Angeles Evening Express. Los Angeles: Edwin T. Earl Estate. (F869.L8 L67 v.51, no.57)
Newspaper from June 1, 1921 with a front page story on the Tulsa Race Riot.
Macaulay, Thomas Babington. Pompeii: A Poem. Cambridge? 1819. (PR4963 .P65 1819)
The poet’s first published work, which obtained the Chancellor’s medal at the Cambridge commencement, July, 1819.
Shaw, Lloyd. Cowboy Dances: A Collection of Western Square Dances. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1945. (GV1767 .S5 1945)
University of Tulsa. Peggy’s Table: Recipes from the University of Tulsa. Tulsa, Okla.: University of Tulsa, 2012. (TX714 .U55 2012)
University of Tulsa. Watch the Golden Hurricane. Tulsa, Okla.: University of Tulsa, 1947. (GV958.T8 W38 1947)
Football brochure for the 1947 season.
Weber, Jeff. Annotated Dictionary of Fore-edge Painting Artists & Binders: [featuring] The Fore-edge Paintings of Miss C. B. Currie with a Catalogue Raisonné. Los Angeles: Jeff Weber Rare Books, 2010. (ND2370 .W535 2010)
Bound in full morocco with gilt edges and fore-edge painting of “The Lover’s Inspiration” by Clare Brooksbank after a Japanese Shunga. No. 2 of 25, signed by the author.
Wright, Ralph, trans. Veni Sancte Spiritus = Come, O spirit, holy one. London: I.M. Imprimit, 2010. (BV469 .V4813 2010 +Oversize)
A broadside poem. No. 62, signed by the translator.
Yoakum, B. F. Prospectus: Ozark & Cherokee Central Railway Co. New York: The American Audit Company, 1903. (HE2771.A8 Y63 1903 Oversize)
Prospectus issued by the O&CC to raise funds for proposed extensions. Contains information on the railway company, including its history and physical and financial assets.
Yorke, Malcolm. To War with Paper & Brush: Captain Edward Ardizzone, Official War Artist. Upper Denby, Huddersfield: Fleece Press, 2007. (NC978.5.A7 Y67 2007)
All of the above items have been cataloged and are available for use.