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Anderson, Andrew. Enclosures: Times and Places. Stroud, England: Evergreen Press, 2009. (NE1147.6.A53 A4 2009)
“The enclosure of space and time is the theme of these wood-engravings and linocuts–imaginary walled cities and stables, a Norfolk church, a Cambridgeshire rectory, a medieval priory…. These wood-engravings and linocuts celebrate eight hundred years of an Oxfordshire church, two Church festivals, the academic terms of a Cambridge college chapel, a weekend conference, a birth. The blocks were engraved over a period of twenty-five years.” — From the author’s introduction.
Ballard, Jack. Commander and Builder of Western Forts: the Life and Times of Major General Henry C. Merriam, 1862-1901. College Station : Texas A&M University Press, 2012. (F594.M525 B35 2012)
The Baltimore News. Baltimore, Md.: Evening News Pub. Co. of Baltimore City. (F189.B1 B35 +Oversize v.99, no.28)
The library has the June 1, 1921 issue with the front page story “75 dead in Tulsa Race Riots.”
Bankston, Gordon. The Oil Patch: Oil Field Cartoons. Kermit, Tex.: Gordon Bankston, 1970s. (NC1763.O46 B353 1970z)
Behn, Aphra. The Forc’d Marriage: or The Jealous Bridegroom. London: Printed by H. L. and R. B. for James Magnus, 1671. (PR3317 .F67 1671)
First edition of Behn’s first published work.
Boudinot, Elias. Poor Sarah. Philadelphia: Baptist General Tract Society, between 1829 and 1833. (BV2087 .B68 1820z)
Brainard, Joe. The Collected Writings of Joe Brainard. New York: Library of America, 2012. (PS3552 .R275 2012)
Buchanan, Hugh. Winter Light. Bath: Old School Press ; London: Francis Kyle Gallery, 2010. (ND497.B834 A4 2010 +Oversize)
Watercolor paintings bound in full leather.
Butcher, David. The Whittington Press: a Bibliography 1971-1981. Andoversford, Gloucestershire: Whittington Press, 1982. (Z232.W63 B8 1982 Oversize)
Butcher, David. The Whittington Press: a Bibliography 1982-1993. Herefordshire, England: Whittington Press, 1996. (Z232.W63 B8 1996 Oversize)
Garwood, Tirzah, Anne Ullmann, ed. Long Live Great Bardfield & Love to You All. Upper Denby, Huddersfield: Fleece Press, 2012. (N6797.G37 A3 2012 Oversize)
Gumbel, Andrew. Oklahoma City: What the Investigation Missed–and Why It Still Matters. New York: William Morrow, 2012. (HV6432.6 .G86 2012)
Harjo, Joy. Crazy Brave. New York: W. W. Norton, 2012. (PS3558.A62423 Z46 2012)
A memoir from the Native American poet describes her youth with an abusive stepfather, becoming a single teen mom, and how she struggled to finally find inner peace and her creative voice.
Hunting, Jill. Finding Pete: Rediscovering the Brother I Lost in Vietnam. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 2009. (CT275.H75568 H86 2009)
Keene, Carolyn. The Ringmaster’s Secret (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories no. 31). New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1953. (PS3537.T817 R56 1953)
Nancy Drew joins the circus in order to investigate the mystery surrounding a gold charm bracelet and a young orphaned aerialist.
Kermaire, Chrstine. Future of Al-Mutanabbi Street. Charleroi, Belgium: Christine Kermaire, 2012. (N7433.4.K47 F88 2012 Art Undrsz)
Third book in a series of three; created for the “An Inventory of Al-Mutanabbi Street” project to commemorate the 2007 car bombing on al-Mutanabbi Street in Baghdad, which was the center of the Baghdad literary and intellectual community.
LeGrove, Judith, ed. A Musical Eye: the Visual World of Britten and Pears. Oxford ; London: Artists’ Choice Editions, 2012. (ML410.B853 L44 2012 Oversize)
“…considers the importance of art and design in the lives of composer Benjamin Britten (1913-1976) and tenor Peter Pears (1910-1986). The book is illustrated with more than 200 works from the Britten-Pears Foundation based at The Red House in Aldeburgh.” –Publisher’s description.
Llywelyn, Robin. Portmeirion. Risbury, Herefordshire: Whittington Press, 2009. (DA745.P67 L59 2009 Undrsz)
Featuring color plates of architect Clough William-Ellis’s picturesque resort village of Portmeirion in North Wales, this miniature book has text by Robin Llywelyn, the architect’s grandson, drawing on his earliest memories of the place that brought the Amalfi coast to North Wales.
Madeira, Jody. Killing McVeigh: the Death Penalty and the Myth of Closure. New York: New York University Press, 2012. (KF224.M37 M33 2012)
Milton, John. Milton’s Paradise Lost. London: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, between 1866 and 1878. (PR3560 1860z +Oversize)
Illustrated by Gustave Doré with notes and a life of Milton by Robert Vaughan.
Searle, Ronald. Les très riches heures de Mrs Mole. Church Hanborough, Oxford: Artists’ Choice Editions, 2011. (NC233.S4 A4 2011)
Forty-seven drawings by Ronald Searle made for his wife, Monica, each time she underwent chemotherapy. Bound in faux “moleskin.”
Ravilious, Eric. Engravings. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Wood Lea Press, 2008. (NE1147.6.R3 A4 2008 Oversize)
Special edition with three wood block engravings and photograph in a separate portfolio.
Trant, Carolyn. Who Killed Cock Robin. Lewes, Sussex, England: Parvenu Press, 2011. (N7433.35.E5 T73 2011 Art Oversize)
A series of 13 colored woodcuts with images printed on double-sided, french-fold paper. Walnut covers worked by Carolyn Trant, tied with twine.
Ullmann, Anne. Eric Ravilious: Landscape, Letters & Design. Upper Denby: Fleece Press, 2008. (N6797.R3 A3 2008 Oversize v.1-2)
Wallis, Michael. Oklahoma: a Sense of Place. New York: Digitature, 2012. (F694.5 .W35 2012)
Based on the author’s address given at the Tulsa Town Hall speaker series on January 6, 2012.