CAXTONIAN INDEX
Issues through November 2005
Prepared by Dan Crawford

Early issues of the Caxtonian were 4 pages long. The first 6-page issue was January, l994; 6 pages became the standard in June of that year. The first 8-page issue was January, l995; that length became standard in September, l997. Page numbers were added with the April, l997 issue. A facelift in January, 2000 made a little more room for writing. By way of utter trivia, the August, 2000 issue was the first ever reprinted. Beginning in the fall of 2004, the length of an issue became more elastic, varying among 8, 12, and 16 pages.

Entries here give the date and page number for each listing. (4-00:17 refers to page 17 of the April, 2000 issue, for example.) Titles of articles are often abbreviated under the name of the author. An asterisk indicates the presence of a picture of the person, place, or thing.

A

A.E.

10-01:6

A-1 Book Store

9-96:1, 11-00:5

A-Three Services Agency Ltd.

l0-95:1

Aalbue, Martha

ll-94:6, 1-98:4, 5-99:6, 6-99:5

ABAA

10-03:3

abalone

2-98:6

Abbey, Graham

7-01:2-3*

Abbott, Robert S.

12-00:1

Abercrombie, Catherine

3-96:4

Abercrombie, Lascelles

3-96:4, 11-05: 8, 10

abolitionism

-and Emerson 12-03:8

Abraham Lincoln Bookshop

9-98:7, 11-00:4

Abraham Lincoln Brigade

8-00:6

“Abraham Lincoln: From Prairie Village to the Nation’s Heart”, by Robert Cotner

2-04:1, 4-5

“Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years”

2-04: 3*, 6-7

“Abraham Lincoln: The War Years”

2-04: 3*, 6-7

Abraham’s Used Bookstore

10-05:1

Abramson, Ben

6-94:1, 1-05:10

"Accessing Harvard's Wisdom Collection of Thomas Wolfe", by Dennis C. Marnon

8-00:8

Accurso, Rod

1-98:7

“Achille J. St. Onge: Miniaturist in Books”, by Suzanne J. Pruchnicki

7-08:7

Acmeists

11-05:8

Acorn Press

10-93:4, 5-97:4

"Acquainted With the Night", by Robert Frost

1-01:3, 10-01:1,6

"Actor John Astin Recalls Lanier Statue in Baltimore", by John Astin

1-98:5

"Adam of the Road"

6-98:1

Adams, Clover

9-98:5

Adams, Henry

9-98:2,5, 8-01:1, 4-04:2

-gravestone

9-98:5*

Adams, John

6-00:1, 10-02:1

Adams, Lucia

1-99:4

Adams, Marion "Clover"

9-98:5

Adams Memorial

9-98:5*

Adamson, Christine

12-00:7, 4-02:7

see also Garrett, Christine

Adamson, Emily

1-94:5, 6-97:4, 10-97:6

Adamson, Gordon

6-97:4, 10-97:3,6,8*

Adamson, Henry

l0-97:3,6

Adamson, Henry

"Book Collecting Drives Caxtonian to Automobile Collecting and Racing"

10-97:3,6

Addams, Jane

7-02:1, 10-04:3

“Address Before the Senior Class”

12-03:6-7*

“Address Delivered in the Court-House in Concord, Massachusetts”

12-03:8*

Ade, George

4-95:5, 12-02:6*, 1-05: 9,11

Adelman, Seymour

4-96:6

Adelsperger, Robert

5-95:1

Adelsperger, Robert

"The Cliff Dwellers" 4-95:5

Adler, David

2-03:4-5

Adler, Eija

7-97:3

Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum

2-00:6, 6-04:15

"Adler's Early Telescopes"

2-00:6

“An Advanced Notice”

2-04:7

Advent (publisher)

12-99:6

"The Adventure of the Speckled Band"

5-01:6

"Adventures in Bibliomania", by Franklyn H. Legg

4-94:3, 6-94:4

"The Adventures of Telemachus"

6-99:3*

“The Adventuress”

2-05: 3,4*

advertisements: 30s

9-01:4-5*

Aeschuylus

9-02:7

“Aesthetic Papers”

4-05:6,7

affinitization

1-94:2

"Africa and America"

2-95:5*

African culture

5-02:2

“Aftermath”

11-04:12,13

"Afternoon Tea, Service for Two: Mr. Eliot Advises Mr. Beckett", by Laurel M. Church

6-98:7

Agee, James

10-98:2

agriculture

5-03: 4

Aguilera, Luis Gabriel

10-00:5

"Ah, Alas for a World that Does Not Love Reading", by Elmer Gertz

1-00:3,7

Ahnlund, Knut

4-01:6

AIGA

See American Institute of Graphic Arts

“l’Aiglon”

10-04:4

Aiko’s

2-05:3

Ainsworth, Julie

9-96:5

Akin, William S.

9-04: 12

“Al Aaraaf”

6-04:4

“Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Other Poems”

6-04:4-5

Alamanus, Nicholas

4-00:4

Albee, Edward

1-05:7

Alcott, Bronson

4-05:2,7,8

Alcott, Louisa May

12-96:1

Alderbrink Press

7-98:6, 10-98:5, 5-01:7, 12-02:1

Aldine Press

12-95:4

-press mark

11-05:5*

Aldington, Richard

11-05:10

Aldrich, Thomas Bailey

7-97:3

Aldrovandi, Ulissi

6-03:1

Aldus Society

9-04:7, 2-05:10

Alexander VI (pope)

10-05:3

Alexander, Adrian

10-02:7, 12-02:1, 4-03:8, 5-03:6, 7-04:5, 12-04:8, 1-05:12, 2-05:12, 4-05:13

Alexander, Allen

12-02:2*

Alexander, Charles A.

1-98:3

Alexander, Claire

8-00:5

Alexander, Mary

9-05:5

"Alexander Pushkin Fondly Remembered on his 200th Anniversary" by Pierre Ferrand

12-99:5

Alexie, Sherman

1-05:8

Alfonso II

10-05:3-4

Alger, Horatio, Jr.

5-04:8

Algren, Nelson

5-00:1*,2,4*,5*,6,7*, 12-01:13*

Alice

1-04:5*

"All Quiet on the Western Front"

6-96:4

All Saint's Church

2-99:5

"All the Year Round"

2-99:5*

Allan, Frances

6-04:3,4

Allan, John

6-04:3-5

Allen, Charles Dexter

4-99:7, 12-01:15

Allen, George R.

1-95:7, 5-99:7

Allen, Greer

10-93:4, 11-93:2, 1-95:8, 2-95:6, 3-951, 10-95:4, 7-96:4, 5-97:1,5, 6-97:4, 7-98:6, 8-98:8, 5-99:7, 6-00:7, 10-03:7, 6-05:2, 9-05:1*,4-6, 11-05:14

Allen, John Greer

7-99:7, 3-01:8, 9-05:5

Allen, John Greer

“Remembering Greer Allen” 9-05:1,4-6

Allen, Sue

5-94:3, 3-95:1, 10-95:5, 7-96:4, 6-97:4, 6-97:3, 5-99:7

Allen, Susan M.

8-95:4, 3-03:5,6, 9-05:4-5,6

Allen, Walter C.

3-02:6*

almanacs

9-05:8

Almereyda, Michael

10-00:6

Alofsin, Anthony

10-96:6, 11-96:5,6

aloneness

9-01:2

"Along the Wisconsin Riverway"

11-97:4

"l'Alouette"

3-01:6

Alpert, Hugo

7-01:5

"Alphabet in Progress"

11-93*

alphabets

5-97:4*, 7-98:1*,5*, 3-01:1, 9-01:5*

Alta Vista Terrace

10-04:6

Alter, Peter T.

10-04:10

Altera, Lloyd

5-97:5

Altgeld, John Peter

3-98:5

"Amazing Stories"

12-98:4, 12-99:1

Amberg, Ted

7-05:3

Amberg, Tom

7-05:3

"The Amen Corner"

9-01:3

America

See United States

American, Sadie

5-02:4

American and French Research on the Treasury of the French Language (ARTFL)

8-95:3

American Antiquarian Society

4-02:8

American Association of Medical Society Executives

8-98:6

"American Book Clubs: Their Beginnings and History"

7-98:7, 4-99:1

American Book Sellers Association

3-04:3

“American Catalogue of Books”

9-04:10

American Center for Design

7-94:5, 5-97:1

“The American Common-Place Book of Poetry”

11-04:8

"American Culture and the Marketplace"

8-99:1,4

American English

7-04:2

American Geographical Society Collection

1-03: 1, 4-6

American Institute of Graphic Arts

5-97:1, 8-99:4, 12-01:9, 9-02:10

American Library Association

10-01:5

American Museum of Papermaking

4-96:4

American Negro Academy

2-96:3

"American Poet, Paul Laurence Dunbar: Remembered and Celebrated", by Amos Paul Kennedy

2-94:1

"American Printer"

9-01:4

American Printing History Association

2-97:4, 8-98:8, 10-98:4

"American Printing History Association to Meet in Chicago, October 10"

8-98:8

“American Review”

6-04:12

“American Scholar”

12-03:6*

American Type Founders

5-97:5

American Uncial

9-95:1,2,5

"America's Storyteller, Edgar Allan Poe: Paying Tithe to the Master", by Larry Solomon

5-98:3

Ames, Harold

10-97:4

“Les Ames du Purgatoire”

5-05:6

Amherst

5-03:13

Amundsen, Roald

10-93:3, 11-98:4

Anania, Michael

5-04:8

Anastaplo, George

2-00:8, 6-00:8, 8-00:7*

“The Anatomy Lesson”

1-05: 4, 5-6

"Ancient Books and Modern Discoveries"

4-95:3, 1-96:5

"Ancient Legends of Greenlanders"

12-98*

“And Finally, the Story for Which the World Has Been Awaiting” by Ely Liebow

4-01:5-6

"And God Came In"

3-94:1

"And So It Goes"

4-95:4

“…and the Moon Under Her Feet”, by Laurel Church

5-02:7

"And The Winner Is..."

4-95:4

"And To All a Good Night"

4-95:4

Anderson, Dorothy J.

5-01:8, 7-01:5,7,8, 8-01:8, 4-02:7, 5-03:3, 7-04:5, 6-05:9*

Anderson, Harriet

4-95:4

Anderson, Mary Jane

7-99:7, 2-02:5

Anderson, Maxwell

3-01:6

Anderson, Sherwood

3-98:6, 8-00:8, 6-05:2

Anderson, Yeatman III

4-95:4

"Andre Gide"

6-01:4

Andrews, John

12-97:2

Andromaque

10-98:7

Angell, Roger

5-04:3

“Angels and Demons”

5-03:2

Angier, Carole

8-03:4-5

Angle, Paul

2-94:3, 6-97:1, 2-03:5

Anissimiov, Myiriam

8-03:4-5

Ann Arbor, Michigan

1-01:1-3

"Anne Bolleyn (or Bullen)" by Harold E. Whitehill

7-94:3

Anniger, Anne

3-93:1*, 8-94:6

"Anniversary Tribute to the Library of Congress", by Alice Schreyer

6-00:5

"Announcement of Meetings and Exhibitions for l929-30"

2-98:7

"Annual Club Summary For 1996 Says Outlook is Optimistic", by Frank J. Piehl

3-97:6

"Annual Meeting Held in May"

7-94:6

“An Annual of New Verse”

11-05:12-13

“Annual Printers Row Book Fair Set for June”

6-03:7

Annual University of London, Birkbeck Conference

2-05:2

"Anonymous 'Marshes of Glynn' Published in 1878", by Diana Haskell

1-98:5

"Another Birthday Party for the Immortal Sleuth", by C. Frederick Kittle

4-00:7

Anouilh, Jean

3-01:6

Anshe Emet

9-98:4*

“Anthology of American Verse” (1915)

11-05:12

Anthony, William

6-95:4, 5-99:3

anti-intellectualism

8-96:1

Anti-Slavery Movement

7-03:3

anti-spirituality

8-96:1

Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America

6-95:1, 4-02:1

Antonetti, Martin

12-93:2, 10-95:4, 4-96:3, 5-96:3, 7-96:4, 6-97:4, 9-97:6, 5-99:7, 6-00:7, 9-02:3

Antonetti, Martin

letter, 4-95:3

Ape

1-00:6-7, 1-01:8

Aperture Foundation

9-02:9

Apinatus, Tricius

11-03:4

“Apocalypse Clocks”

9-02:7

Appleman, Philip

2-96:1, 6-01:2*,3,7

Appleman, Philip

"Gathering at the River", 12-96:6

"How Evolution Came to Indiana", 10-97:8

“Last Minute Message”, 4-03:3

"The Skeletons of Dreams", 3-98:4

Appleseed, Johnny

7-99:1,3*, 8-04:7

Appleton, Francis “Fanny”

See Longfellow, Francis

Appleton, Nathan

11-04:5-6

Appleton, Thomas Gould

11-04:13

April, Margaret

9-98:7

Aquinas, Thomas

11-03:2

Arca Atrium

11-01:8

archaeology

11-98:7, 6-04:2, 7-04:1,4,6

Archambault, James

12-01:9

Archer, Frank

1-94:6, 5-95:5

-collection

3-95:l, 5-95:5

Archer, Vivian

5-95:5

Archer, William

3-03:1,6

“Architect David Adler: Books and Books Collectors”, by Art Miller

2-03:4-5

architecture

11-96:2, 9-98:1,2,4,6, 2-03:2-5

"Archives Committee Seeks Member and Group Photos"

3-97:7

"Archives Completed", by Paul F. Gehl

5-99:7

Arctic exploration

11-98:1,4

Ardizzone, Edward

12-94:4

Arendt, Hannah

2-02:1*-3,6*, 4-02:4

Arens, Wick "Moby-Wick"

2-97:2,5, 11:00-2

Argentina

9-03:4-5,11

Argus Bookshop/Bookstore

10-03:7, 1-05:10

Arion Bible

7-02:3*

Arion Press

7-02:3

Ariosto, Ludovico

10-05:4

Aristotle

7-05:7

Arkham House

12-98:1

“The Armistice”

3-03:1

Armitage, Albert B.

11-98:4

Armour, George A.

7-94:5, 11-94:5, 12-94:5, 1-95:5, 3-95:4, 9-97:6

Armstrong, Jenny

12-04:7

Armstrong, Margaret

2-94:1

Arnold, Edmund C.

4-98:6

Arnold's Admirables

4-98:6*

Aron of Kangeq

12-98:4-5

Arrate Hernandez, Danilo M.

8-98:5

“Arsene Lupin: A Lovable French Rogue” by Pierre Ferrand

3-02:1,4

art

7-98:2, 12-02:10

Art de Cercle

1-04:7

Art Director's Club of Chicago

7-98:4

Art Institute of Chicago

5-95:4. 9-99:7, 11-99:7, 9-01:7, 12-02:7, 2-03:4, 7-04:1

-School

5-97:1, 7-98:4, 5-01:7

"The Art of 'Keeping the Season'--According to Christopher Morley" by Charles J. Shields

12-94:1

art theft

1-03:8

"Arthur C. Clarke-Wizard of Science Fiction" by Elmer Gertz

12-98:5-6

Arthurian legend

1-99:1,6

artist

9-01:2

Artist Book Works

6-94:5, 5-95:5, 5-97:5

“The Artist in American Society”

7-04:2

Artner, Alan

9-05:3

Arts and Crafts Movement

7-98:7

“As Some Confirmation”, by Alexander Boswell

2-05:8

asbestos

4-05:15

Ascasubi, Hilario

9-03:4

Ashby, Paul W.

Illustration 12-96:4

ASHES

4-02:5

Ashley, Kate

See Cleary, Kate McPhelim

Asian-American Bar Association

9-99:7

Asimov, Isaac

12-98:4

"Ask Your Mamma"

12-00:3

“Asolando”

10-05:3

Asolo

10-05:3

association copies

1-96:3, 9-04:1, 3-7

Association of Educational Publishers

8-98:6

Association of Gravestone Studies

5-04:7

Astin, John

1-98:5, 2-98:6, 5-98:1*,6*, 6-98:8, 12-01:13*

Astin, John

"Actor John Astin Recalls Lanier Statue", 1-98:5

"Poe's Magnum Opus, Eureka", 5-98:1,6

"As Told to a Child"

1-01:4*-5

"As Told to a Child: A Remembrance for the Frost Family Archives", by Lesley Lee Francis

1-01:4-5

"Astraea, The Balance of Illusions"

12-97:2,7,8, 1-98:4

Aswell, Edward

8-00:6

"At Home in the Pyramid", by Frederick Turner

10-97:3

At the Sign of the Gargoyle

5-01:7, 12-02:7

atheist

9-04:3

athletics

10-00:2

"Atlantic Monthly"

7-00:5, 11-05:11*,12

“Atlas of American Indian Geometry”

7-04:1

Attic Club

4-95:5

Atwood, Margaret

1-05:3

Auburn Automobile Co.

10-97: 1,4,7

Auburns

10-97:4*

Auchinleck, Lord

See Boswell, Alexander

Auchinleck House

1-05:6

Auden, W.H.

5-98:1, 6-98:5

audio books

4-94:3

Auditorium Building

2-03:3*

Auditorium Theatre Council

9-96:4

Audubon, John James

1-05:1,10, 7-05:8

Auel, Jean

5-04:1*,6

Augustine, St.

1-94:4

Aurora, Ill.

7-95:4, 11-01:3, 3-02:7

Aurora Turner Hall

3-03:6*

Aurora University

10-97:2, 3-01:7

Auschwitz

8-03:1

"Ausgefuhrte Bauten und Entwurfe"

10-98:5

Austen, Jane

9-96:1*

Austin, Sam

1-99:4

Austrian culture

11-02: 3,6

“The Austrian Intellectual Renaissance and Herman Broch”, by Pierre Ferrand

11-02:3,6

authenticity

6-05:9

"Authors, Tours, and Book Signings Pace Chicago's Literary Festival"

10-00:5

autobiography

9-04:4

“Autobiography of an Idea”

2-03:2,3

autograph facsimiles

Jane Austen 9-96:1

Joel Barlow 10-96:4

Honore de Balzac 10-99:1

Nicholas Basbanes 7-03:7

Edward Bellamy 10-00:6

Wendell Berry 5-03:1

William Blake 5-96:6

William Booth 7-99:4

James Boswell 9-04:4

Ray Bradbury 12-98:7

Gwendolyn Brooks 7-95:3, 4-96:5

William Cullen Bryant 11-00:1,3

Pearl S. Buck 4-01:4

Gordon M. Buehring 10-97:6

Sallie Chesham 12-97:3

Arthur C. Clarke 12-98:5

Robert Coles 3-02:3

Robert Cotner page 2

Richard M. Daley: 1-95:3, 9-03:3

Thomas Elliott Donnelley 3-05:3

A.Conan Doyle 3-97:7

Erik Henning Edvardien 7-03:5

Ralph Waldo Emerson 7-03:3, 12-03:9

Jessie Fauset 3-98:6

Robert Frost 3-96:1,6, 1-01:3, 10-01:3,6, 11-05:5,7,9

R. Buckminster Fuller 4-01:3, 6-01:7

Elmer Gertz 6-00:6

Goethe 1-99:4

Harrison Hayford 3-02:7

Ben Hecht 9-99:8

Ernest Hemingway 7-96:4, 6-99:7

Melville J. Herskovits 2-96:1

Roger Hill 3-99:3

Oliver Wendell Holmes 12-97:7

Gerard Manley Hopkins 4-97:5

Langston Hughes 12-00:3, 9-01:7

Robinson Jeffers 3-00:6

A.E.Johnson 3-99:3

James Joyce 6-98:7

Garson Kanin 12-97:7

Sidney Lanier 1-98:7

J.J.Laskes 10-01:3

Janet Lewis 3-99:7, 5-99:5

Abraham Lincoln 2-94:3, 2-98:4

Vachel Lindsay 7-99:4,8

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 7-00:6, 11-04:13

Somerset Maugham 9-97:7

Neill McAleer 12-98:5

Herman Melville 12-95:1

George M. Millard 3-05:3

Edna St. Vincent Millay 10-99:3

Henry Miller 1-97:5

John Muir 5-01:1,5

Alfred Nobel 4-01:6

Jesse Owens 10-00:3

Vernon L. Parrington 11-01:3

Lucy Fitch Perkins 7-02:6

Ed Quattrochi 12-97:6, 1-98:6, 2-98:6

J.G.Randall 2-04:6

James Whitcomb Riley 1-04:3

Ralph Fletcher Seymour 10-98:6

Ernest Shackleton 2-01:3,5

Junie L. Sinson 5-03:5

Dana Sobel 1-00:3

Jesse Stuart 11-99:3

Studs Terkel 12-97:5

Dempsey J. Travis 12-02:11

Harry S Truman 11-97:1

W. Irving Way 9-97:6

Orson Welles 3-99:3

Walt Whitman 9-03:10

Yvor Winters 6-99:5

Thomas Wolfe 8-00:6,8

Frank Lloyd Wright 11-96:3

Hermann Zapf 7-98:6, 3-01:3

automobiles

10-97:1-8

“Autumnal Nightfall”, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

11-04:2

Avedon, Richard

9-01:3

awards, literary 3-04:5-6

Ayer, Edward C.

11-94:5, 1-95:5, 9-99:6, 2-00:1*,5

-Collection

2-00:1,5

Azuela, Mariano

8-04:4-5

Azorin

5-05:8

B

Ba Jin

11-02:5, 10-03:5

Baby Doll

6-05:10

Back, George

11-98:1,4

"Back to Gutenberg: Designing With the Computer" by Lynn Martin

7-98:1,6

Backie, Margaret

See St. Onge, Margaret

Bacot, Edmond

2-03:1

Badaracco, Claire

9-93:1*, 10-93:4, 1-94:3, 10-96:4, 8-98:8

Badaracco, Claire

"Donnelley's 1930 Production of Thoreau's Walden" 8-99:1,4

Badikian, Beatriz

10-00:5

Bagford, John

6-05:7

Bagnato, Andrew

"Tribune Article Memorializes the Late Quaker Teacher Dr. Trueblood", 12-95:3

Bailey, J. Todd

Letter 10-00:7

Bain, Iain

1-05:10

Baker, Carlos

7-96:2, 6-97:1*

Baker, Dorothy

10-95:4

Baker, Paul

9-94:1, 12-94:2, 4-95:3,4, 6-95:1, 7-95:1, 10-95:4, 1-96:6, 10-96:6, 11-96:6, 7-98:5, 10-98:1,7, 8-99:8, 1-00:4,8, 4-01:8

-Typography Inc.

9-94:1

Baker Street Irregulars

4-00:7, 5-01:6, 3-02:5, 4-02:5-6

Balch, William Ralston

6-01:6

balcony scenes in the theatre

10-04:4-5

Baldini, Baccio

4-00:4, 10-05:2

Baldwin, James

9-01:2,3*

Baldwin, Neil

3-04:3*,7

Bale, John

6-05:5

Bales, Jack

6-94:6, 7-94:6, 8-94:6, 8-95:4, 1-96:4, 3-96:7, 6-96:6, 2-01:5

Bales, Richard

7-96:6, 8-96:6

Bales, Richard

letter 6-96:6

“Ballads and Other Poems” (Longfellow)

11-04:8,9

Ballard, James L.

12-01: 4,5,9

Ballinger, Barbara

8-95:4, 7-96:5, 6-98:1, 7-98:8, 6-99:6, 7-99:7, 3-00:8, 7-01:7

Ballinger, Barbara

"Collecting Hopkins' Life Work" 4-97:1,5

"Hemingway in Oak Park" 7-96:1,6

“Balm in Gilead”

9-03:14

Balmat, Jacques

1-03:5

"Baltimorean Remembers Rare Finds in the Bay City" by Arthur S. Cheslock

1-99:7

Baltzell, E. Digby

11-96:4

Balzac, Honore de

10-99:1*,4

"Balzac's Novels and Plays Recalled in His 200th Anniversary" by Pierre Ferrand

10-99:1,4

Bamberger, Mary Ann

9-93:3, 1-95:4, 5-95:5, 9-97:3

Bancroft Library

7-00:6

BankOne

2-02:4

Banks, Paul

4-95:6, 5-95:6, 6-95:1,5

Banned Books Week

11-95:5

"Barbara"

11-98:4-5

“The Barbarians”, by Constantine P. Cavafy

4-03:7

Barber, Samuel

10-98:2

Barchas, Janine

1-97:6

Barker, Margery

4-94:4, 5-94:4, 7-97:3, 4-02:1,4*, 1-04:6, 10-04:1-3

Barker, Nicolas

2-98:8, 5-99:7, 6-00:7, 3-05:4, 9-05:4

Barlow, C.A.Montague

9-99:5

Barnes, Catherine

6-01:6

Barnes, Charles J.

12-94:5, 1-95:5

Barnes, Patricia Nichol

6-01:6

Barnes, Richard S.

6-01:6*, 11-01:7

-fund

11-01:7

Barnett, Bruce

6-05:12, 9-05:8, 10-05:12

Barney, Maginel Wright

11-96:5

Baron, Hans

4-00:3, 7-00:2

Baron, Robert

4-02:7

Baron, Susan

6-95:2

Barr, John

11-04:16, 12-04:8, 1-05:8,12

Barr, N. Burton

12-02:6

Barre Publishers

9-02:1

Barrett, C. Walter

9-93:1, 11-05:2, 14

Barrett, Oliver R.

10-94:5, 5-96:3, 12-02:6*, 2-04:2

Barrett, Roger Watson

1-95:3, 5-96:3, 8-03:7, 2-04:2

Barrill, Edward

1-03:6

Barrow, Virginia

9-04:11, 10-04: 8-9, 12

Barry, James

11-97:3

Barth, John

8-02:5, 5-03:1, 1-05:7

Barton, Margaret H.

9-93:3

Barton, Ralph

1-96:3

Baruth, Christopher

1-03:1

Basbanes, Constance

5-96:4

Basbanes, Nicholas A.

4-96:6, 5-96:2,3-4,6,8, 4-97:3, 1-99:4, 8-01:7, 10-01:4*-5,8, 7-03:7, 9-03:15

Basbanes, Nicholas

“The Cycle of Books” 12-01:1,8

baseball

5-04:2-5

Baskerville

10-98:6

Baskes, Roger S.

1-94:6, 1-01:7, 3-03:5, 5-03:6, 3-04:6, 7-04:5, 11-04:16, 4-05:13

Baskin, Leonard

9-02: 1,3-10, 10-04:8

Baskin, Lisa Unger

9-02:6*-7

Basso, Hamilton

8-00:8

Bastion, Claude

7-98:3

Bateman, Katharine

1-98:7, 5-03:6

Batko, Anthony

8-95:4, 1-97:6, 11-99:7, 1-00:6, 8-02:4,7, 5-03:3, 10-05:11, 11-05:16

Battell, Joseph

3-96:3

Battenhouse, Roy

4-03:2

"The Battle of the Books"

1-94:1

Baudelaire, Charles

5-05:7

Baum, Edward

10-97:7

Baum, L. Frank

12-99:6, 12-02:1

Bauman, Gerald

5-04:7, 1-05:8, 9-05:2

Bauman, Natalie

6-98:7

Bauman Rare Books

4-97:1, 6-98:7, 10-02:5

Baumgartner, JoAnn

2-97:6, 4-97:3, 5-99:6, 7-00:6, 6-02:7, 8-02:8, 5-03:1,6, 1-05:7

Baumgartner, JoAnn M.

"DOFOBS Preview" 7-00:6

“Wendell Berry Nomination” 5-03:1,4-6

Baxter Society (Baxter Club)

10-93:1, 12-93:3, 8-94:5, 2-95:4

"Baxter's Procrustes"

12-98:8

Bayard, Emile

3-03:7

Bayne, Julia Taft

2-94:3

Beal, Mary Beth

4-94:4, 5-94:3, 11-94:5,6, 1-95:6, 2-95:3,4, 5-95:1, 8-95:4, 6-97:4, 9-97:3

Beal, Mary Beth

see "obituaries"

Beall, Otho

8-94:2

Beam, Kathryn L.

1-01:3

Beam, Kathryn L.

"Robert Frost and the University of Michigan" 1-01:1,3

Bearchell, Bob

8-02:8

Bearchell, William

8-02:3,8*

beard

4-99:5

Beauclerk

9-04:6-7

Beauman, William

10-02:7

Beaumont, Charles

12-99:6

"Beaumont: America's First Physiologist"

5-99:3

beauty and truth

6-98:2

Bebb, Hubert

9-01:5*

Beck & Pauli

1-03:7

Beck, Barbara

7-94:5, 1-00:3

Beck, Bruce

9-93:1*,3, 11-93:1, 7-94:5*, 9-94:1,4, 11-94:6, 12-94:2,3, 2-95:l,2,3, 3-95:1, 4-95:3,4, 5-95:3,5, 7-95:1, 8-95:4, 9-95:2,3, 12-95:5,6, 1-96:6, 3-96:5, 1-97:6, 2-97:4, 5-97:4, 7-98:6, 8-98:8, 10-98:1,4,7, 7-99:7, 12-99:7, 1-00:3,4,7, 12-00:7, 3-01:1,3, 12-01:14,15, 2-03:4, 5-03:6, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 1-05:4, 7-05:7, 9-05:6, 11-05:15

Beck, Bruce

"Beck's Turtle Press" 10-98:7

"The Caxton Club and Its Typography" 1-00:4-5

"Eric Gill" 4-00:7

"Red, Red Rose" 5-97:4

"STA and the Caxton Club" 5-97:1

"Zapf Boasts Early Chicago Connections", 9-95:3

Beck, Irene Clare

"Chicagoan Finley Peter Dunne" 1-99:5

see also bibliographies

Beck, Margaret

7-94:5, 5-97:4, 1-00:3, 5-03:6

Beck, Pam

5-95:5, 7-98:6

Beck, Steve

7-94:5

Becket, Thomas

2-05:9

Becket, Thomas a

6-05:6

Beckett, Samuel

11-95:2, 6-98:3*,4,5,7

Beckett Paper Co.

12-01:9

"Beck's Turtle Press Emerged From Bob Middleton's Cherryburn Press" by Bruce Beck

10-98:7

“Bedbug Book”

1-04:8

Bedier, Joseph

1-99:1

Bedner, Bobbie

6-94:4

Beethoven, Ludwig Van

4-03:2

Beetle

6-99:4*

"Beetons Christmas Annual - 1887"

3-97:1*

Bei Dao

10-03: 1,4*-6

Bei Dao

“On Eternity” 10-03:6

Beijing

10-03:1,6

Belanger, Terry

9-93:1*, 6-94:4, 10-95:4, 7-96:4, 5-99:7, 6-00:7

Beleky, Louis P.

8-04:3*

“The Belfry of Bruges and Other Poems”

11-04:10*

Believers

See “Shakers”

Bell, David L.

9-93:3, 9-97:6

Bellamy, Edward

10-00:3,6

Bellemin-Noel, Jean

5-05:7

Bellevue, John

3-00:5

Bellini

10-05:5

Belmont Yacht Club

12-97:8, 1-98:4

Beloit College

6-97:6

Beman, Solon S.

2-95:5

Bembo, Pietro

8-99:7, 10-05:1*-5, 4*, 10

Bemis, Frank Brewer

5-96:6, 7-01:6, 8-04:6

Bennett, Jo

7-96:3

Benois, Alexander

7-05:8

Benson, Frank Weston

4-95:1, 8-96:4

Bentley, Phoebe

2-03:4

Bentley, Richard

2-03:4,5, 9-04:3

Bercula, Thomas

5-94:1

Berdick, Vera

10-96:5

Berger, Helen

12-01:8

Berger, Norman B.

12-99:7*

Berger, Sanford

12-01:8

Berger, Sidney

2-94:4, 3-94:1,4

Bergsma, William

3-99:4

Berkeley, California

7-00:6

Berland, Abel

9-93:l*,2, 5-94:3, 1-95:6, 4-95:4, 5-96:1*,2,8, 1-98:7, 7-98:8, 1-99:4, 6-99:7, 7-99:4, 2-00:3*, 4-00:4*, 7-01:6*, 8-01:5*, 10-01:4,5,7,8, 11-01:5, 12-01:1,8,12*, 7-03:7, 8-04:1*,6*,7*,8*

Berland, Jay

7-01:6

Berland, Merideth

5-96:1, 7-01:6, 8-04:1,6

Berland, Michael

5-96:1

“Berland ‘First Folio’ Breaks Record”

11-01:5

Berlin, Randy L.

5-04:7

Berlin Collection

10-01:5,8

Berlioz, Hector

9-99:3

Berman, Howard

1-94:1, 7-94:1

Bernhardt, Sarah

1-00:3

Bernheimer, Earle

11-05:3

Bernstein, Aline

8-00:6

Bernstein, Philip S.

1-97:3

Berry, John W.

10-00:8

Berry, Wendell

8-02:5, 5-03:1,4-6, 1-05:7

Berry, Wendell

“The Peace of Wild Things” 5-03:6

Berryman, John

6-97:1*

Bersuire, Pierre

8-05:4

"Beside the River", by Robert Cotner

5-96:5

Bessemer Trust Co.

4-98:7

"The Better Part of One's Life Consists of His Friendships" by Charles J. Shields

9-98:7

“Better Than Nothing”, by Laurel Church

4-04:3

Betts, Anne Whelan

6-03:3

Beverly, Eve

5-03:6

Beverly, Sherman, Jr.

1-97:6, 2-97:6, 12-98:8, 8-99:6, 12-99:7, 5-00:2, 6-00:7, 6-01:7, 6-02:7, 9-02:10, 5-03:1,6, 1-05:7,8, 6-05:11*

Beverly, Sherman, Jr.

"Harlem Renaissance" 2-98:1,5, 3-98:3,6, 4-98:5,6, 5-98:4,7

Bewick, Jane

1-05:10

Bewick, Thomas

6-94:1, 7-03:6, 10-03:7, 10-04:7, 1-05:1,10-11

Bewick Printing Blocks

10-03:7

Bey, Lee

2-99:7

Bianco, M.Victoria

6-99:7

Bibbee, Robert J.

6-00:8

Bible

7-02:2,3, 5-05:10*

"The Bible As Book' Conference Set for England"

4-95:5

bibles

11-01:7,8, 6-05:9

"The Biblical Jeremiah" by Robert Cotner

5-00:3

"Biblio"

8-96:4, 4-97:3, 8-97:4

Bibliographical Society of America

12-95:4

bibliographies

Nelson Algren 5-00:7

Philip Appleman 6-01:3

Hannah Arendt 2-02:6

Jane Austen 9-96:3

Mariano Azuela 8-04:5

James Baldwin 9-01:3

Herman Broch by Pierre Ferrand 11-02:6

Honore de Balzac by Pierre Ferrand 10-99:4

Nicolas Barker 2-98:7

Samuel Beckett 6-98:7

Bibles 7-02:3

Ray Bradbury by Lawrence Solomon 12-98:6

Gwendolyn Brooks 7-95:5

Wm. Jennings Bryan 3-98:5

William Cullen Bryant 11-00:3

Pearl S. Buck 4-01:5

Sallie Chesham 12-97:4

church architecture, by Ralph Carreno 9-98:6

Robert Coles 3-02:3

Clarence Darrow, by Russell Fee 3-98:7

Charles Darwin 6-01:3

DOFOBS 4-99:1,4

A. Conan Doyle, by C. Fred Kittle 3-97:5

Finley Peter Dunne by Irene Beck 1-99:5

Loren Eiseley, by Terry Tanner 6-96:5

Ralph Waldo Emerson 2-99:3, 7-03:2, 12-03:11

F. Scott Fitzgerald 8-01:3

Robert Frost 10-01:6

R. Buckminster Fuller 4-01:3

Howard Gardner 4-02:3

Gauchos 9-03:11

Elmer Gertz 1-97:5

Goethe 1-99:4

Graham Greene 2-98:4

Edward T. Hall 5-02:3

Frank Harris 8-97:5

Nathaniel Hawthorne 6-03:3

Ernest Hemingway, by Barbara Balllinger 7-96:5

Langston Hughes 9-01:6-7

Victor Hugo 3-03:7

Robinson Jeffers 3-00:7

James Joyce 6-98:5

Language of Flowers by Dan Crawford 5-99:4

Alphonse de Lamartine 12-01:7

Sidney Lanier 1-98:5

Primo Levi: books by 8-03:4; books about 8-03:4-5

Janet Lewis 3-99:3

Anne Morrow Lindbergh 7-97:6

Charles Lindbergh 7-97:6

Vachel Lindsay 7-99:3

Henry W. Longfellow 7-00:8

Richard H. Love 5-98:7

Arsene Lupin 3-02:4

John Marshall (about) 10-02:2

W. Somerset Maugham 9-97:4

Edna St. Vincent Millay 10-99:3

Henry Miller 1-97:5

John Muir 5-01:5

Reinhold Niebuhr 12-03:3

Vernon L. Parrington 11-01:5

Edgar Allan Poe 5-98:7, 12-99:4

-bioraphies of 6-04:1

Keith Preston 12-01:11

Eugenia Price 6-95:5

James Whitcomb Riley 1-04:3

Rimbaud (about) 1-02:6

George Sand 5-02:6

Leopold Senghor 5-02:3

Gene Stratton-Porter 12-96:3

Jesse Stuart 11-99:3

Terence A. (Terry) Tanner 1-04:7

Studs Terkel 12-97:5

Henry D. Thoreau by John H. Brady 8-99:4

Dempsey J. Travis 1-99:6

David Elton Trueblood 12-95:3

Yvor Winters 3-99:3

Thomas Wolfe 8-00:6

Frank Lloyd Wright 11-96:3

"Bibliography of American Literature"

9-93:1

“Bibliography of Illinois Imprints 1814-58”

1-04:7

“A Bibliophile in the Antipodes”, by Glen N. Wiche

7-03:1,4

"A Bibliophile Views the Rewards and Challenges of Collecting Books" by Frank J. Piehl

1-96:5

"A Bibliophile's Significant (if Bookish) Birthday Observance" by Ed Quattrochi 2-97:3

bibliophiles

9-05:7

"Bibliophiles to Visit Chicago in May"

4-97:5

Bibliotheca Alexandrina

10-01:5

“Bibliotheca Americana”

9-04:10

Bicentennial (US)

10-96:2

Biddle, Nicolas

6-04:11

Bienen, Harvey S.

11-95:6

Biesel, Mrs. Fred

10-03:7

Big Rock Historical Society

5-04:7

"The Big Sea"

9-01:7

Bigelow, John

7-98:7

“Les Bijoux Indiscrets”

10-05:7

Bill

7-99:2

Billington, John H.

6-00:1

“The Billy Chronicles”

9-02:11, 1-05:5

"Bindery Issues Catalog"

10-94:6

bindings

9-02:4,9-10

Biondi, Lee

7-01:5

“The Birches”, by Robert Frost

11-05:11

"Bird's-Eye Views and Guide to Chicago"

10-95:3

Bishop, David F.

9-93:3, 11-95:6

Bixby, William K.

8-95:1, 4-99:1*,4

"The Bixby Bibliopod"

4-99:4

The Bixby Club

4-99:4

Bixler, Michael

9-02:8

Bixler, Winifred

9-02:8

"A Bizarre Fellowship' Recounted by Elmer Gertz, Friend of the Flawed" by Elmer Gertz

10-99:5-6

Blacher, William

2-94:1

Black Cat Press

6-97:3, 5-01:7, 12-02:7

“Black Cat Press”, by John Chalmers

12-02:7

“The Black Cottage”

1-02:1,3,6

"The Black Position"

7-95:1

"Black Woman"

4-98:6

Blackburn, Joyce

6-95:2

Blada, B.

11-97:4

Blades, William

6-94:4, 6-05:8

Blair, Hugh

2-05:6,9

Blake, H.G.O.

4-05:10

Blake, Hayward

9-93:3, 10-93:1, 1-94:6, 5-94:2, 6-94:1, 7-94:1*,4,5*, 9-94:5, 12-94:1, 1-95:4,6, 2-95:3, 4-95:4, 5-95:5, 6-95:1,5, 8-95:4, 9-95:1, 2-96:4, 3-96:5,7, 4-96:3, 11-96:4, 1-97:6, 8-97:4, 1-98:7, 5-98:8, 7-98:6, 8-98:6, 1-99:6, 7-99:7, 8-99:4, 12-99:7, 1-00:4,5,7, 6-00:7, 8-00:4*, 12-00:7, 3-01:1,3, 7-01:5, 10-01:8, 12-01:15, 4-02:7, 8-02:4-5*,7, 10-02:7, 2-03:7, 10-03:3, 11-03:6*, 5-04:1, 6-04:16, 7-04:5, 12-04:7, 3-05:6, 6-05:6*, 7-05:7, 9-05:5,6, 11-05:12

Blake, Hayward

"Book Design" 7-98:6

"Book Societies Hold Annual Meeting", 12-93:3

"The Caxton Club and Its Typography" 1-00:4-5

"Caxtonian Bruce Beck Honored", 7-94:5

"FABS Report", 4-96:3

"New Caxton Directory", 2-96:4

"Poetry in Motion" 8-99:4

"Second FABS Meeting Held in New York City", 8-94:5

"Two Caxtonians Join Ranks of Honorary Members", 9-93:1

see also obituaries, book reviews

Blake, Simone

4-02:7, 6-04:16

Blake, William

3-96:6

"Blake to Represent the Caxton Club in New York"

10-93:1

Blakely, Henry

7-95:1,3, 8-96:4

Blakely, Henry III

7-95:1, 8-96:4

Blakely, Nora

7-95:1, 8-96:4

Blanchard, Rufus

1-03:7

Bland, Gilbert, Jr.

3-01:8

Blau, Peter

4-02:5,6

“Bleachers”

4-04:2

Blessing, Hedrick

2-03:4

Blew, John C.

8-95:4, 11-99:4, 6-02:6, 8-02:4,7, 12-02:1, 5-03:6, 12-03:11, 4-04:7, 7-04:5, 9-04:2

Blickensdorfer typewriter

1-01:5

Blinn, Carol J.

9-02:1*,3

Bliss, Elam

6-04:5

Bloch, Robert

12-99:6

Block, David

6-05:12, 10-05:12

Block, Mary & Leigh, Museum of Art

6-98:6

Blonck, Jacob

9-93:l

Bloom, Benjamin

6-02:2

Bloom, Harold

1-95:2, 5-96:6, 6-98:3*, 7-01:2

Bloomhower, Roy

7-97:4

Bloomsday

6-98:8

Blount, Benjamin

4-05:13

Blue Stockings

9-04:5,6

"Blues for an Alabama Sky"

4-98:5*

Bluestem Festival of Arts and Humanities

6-01:7, 8-01:1,3, 9-01:1, 10-01:l

Blumenthal, Ann

9-03: 13,15

Blumenthal, Joseph

9-02:7, 9-03:13

Blythe, Donna

7-01:3*

Boaz, Franz

1-96:4

“Bob McCamant to Edit Caxtonian”

8-04:7

Boccaccio

10-05:2

Bodleian Library

9-99:8, 5-05:3

Bodley, Thomas

9-99:8

Bodoni, Giambattista

7-98:l

Bodor, Adam

6-03:7

Boerhaave, Adam

6-03:5

Boeschenstein, Johannes

8-03:8

Bogart, Michele H.

10-99:4

Bohaty, James, Sr.

3-01:3, 12-02:6

Bohemian National Cemetery

4-05:15

Bohemian Women’s Publishing Co.

7-02:1*

Boileau-Narcejac

3-02:1

Boito, Arrigo

9-99:6

Bok, Edward

12-96:5, 7-97:4

Bokebinder, Nicholas

6-05:5

Boland, Clay A.

7-00:4

"The Bomb"

8-97:5

Bond, Ernest

6-95:1

Bone, Heather

12-01:5

Bonhoeffer, Dietrich

12-93:2, 12-03:3

Bonner, Sue

1-01:3

Bontemps, Arna

4-98:6, 9-01:1*

Bonvisi, Antonio

9-94:3

the book

1-94:2, 3-95:3, 9-95:3, 10-96:2,5, 6-97:2

Book Arts Press

4-96:4

book-bathing

2-97:5

The Book Block

6-05:12, 10-05:12

book breaking

9-04:8-9, 3-05:1-2,4-6

book buying

4-97:2, 1-05:9

"Book by Late Caxtonian Nominated for Award", by David Meyer

6-95:6

Book Club of California

8-94:5, 10-95:7, 3-96:7, 9-96:4, 5-97:2, 1-98:6, 2-98:6, 2-99:7, 3-00:1, 9-04:9, 3-05:1,5

Book Club of Detroit

4-97:5, 8-97:4

book clubs

7-98:7, 4-99:1

book collecting

10-95:2, 1-96:4,5, 3-96:5, 7-01:6, 7-03:7, 9-03:1,11, 8-04:6, 2-05:1,11

-philosophy

4-99:6, 7-01:7, 8-01:5

"Book Collecting Drives Caxtonian to Automobile Collecting and Racing" by Henry Adamson

10-97:3,6

"The Book Collector"

2-98:7 (logo)

book collectors

4-97:1, 12-03:11

-spouses

5-95:4

“Book Collector’s Handbook of Values”

1-04:7

"Book Design: A Caxton Tradition" by Hayward Blake

7-98:6

"Book Fair to Feature Many Illinois Authors"

10-95:6

book festivals

2-05:2

"Book-Hunting in the Arctic: the Faroe Islands" by Glen Wiche

11-98:3-5

"Book-Hunting in the Arctic: Greenland Chapter" by Glen Wiche

12-98:3-5

"Book-Hunting in the Arctic: Iceland, in Literature Culture" by Glen Wiche

1-99:3,6

"Book Illustrators Inspiring Love and Delight in Observant Readers" by Suzanne Smith Pruchnicki

12-94:4

bookjackets

11-99:l

Book Manufacturers’ Institute

3-04:3

"The Book of Chicagoans"

6-01:6

"The Book of Fayttes of Armes and of Chyvalrye"

9-99:5

Book of Hours

6-98:6*, 3-05:1*

“Book of My Nights”

1-05:8*

"The Book of the Cheese"

1-00:1*

"The Book of the Fine Arts Building"

2-95:5

book prices

1-94:4, 10-94:5, 12-94:3, 4-95:4, 7-97:3, 8-96:4,11-96:3,4, 2-97:4, 4-97:3, 6-98:7, 10-02:5, 12-04:4, 6-05:8

for Caxton book prices, see "Caxton Club-publications"

book reviews

"American Culture and the Marketplace" by Claire Badaracco, 1-94:3

“Among the Gently Mad” by Nicholas Basbanes, rev. by Robert Cotner, 7-03:7

"The Builders of Chicago" by George S. Burrows, rev. by Frank J. Piehl, 9-94:4

"Carl W. Peters" by R.H.Love, rev. by Robert Cotner 7-99:6

“The Caxton Club” by Amos Wells, rev. by Dan Crawford, 11-01:4

"Celebrating a Century of the Book in Chicago" by Frank J. Piehl, rev. by Harold K. Skramstad Jr. 3-95:5

“Chicago Diaries of John M. Wing”, rev. by Paul Gehl, 6-02:1,7, rev. by R.C.Longworth, 10-02:6

"A Christmas Carol Alphabet Book" by Suzanne Smith Pruchnicki, rev. by Jeanne Goessling 12-94:3

"Endurance" by Alfred Lansing, rev. by Glen Wiche 2-01:4-5

“Friday Lunch” by Paul T. Ruxin, rev. by Dan Crawford, 10-02:7

"The Frost Family's Adventure in Poetry," by Lesley Lee Francis, rev. by Robert Cotner 3-96:4

"Galileo's Daughter" by Dava Sobel, rev. by Robert Cotner 2-00:2

"Gene Stratton-Porter: Novelist and Naturalist" by Judith Reich Long, rev. by Robert Cotner 12-96:5

"A Gentle Madness" by Nicholas A. Basbanes, rev. by Robert Cotner 5-96:3-4

“The God Particle” by Leon Lederman, rev. by Robert Cotner, 12-01:2

"The Great Chicago Trivia & Fact Book" by Connie Goddard and Bruce Hutton Bayer, rev. by Frank J. Piehl 6-97:5

"Hermann Zapf, The Fine Art of Letters", rev. by Hayward Blake 3-01:7

"The History of the Book" by Alice Schreyer, rev. by Robert Cotner, 6-94:5

"The Invasion" by Janet Lewis, rev. by Robert Cotner 4-99:7

"Leaves of Grass: America's Lyric-Epic of Self and Democracy" by James E. Miller, rev. by Robert Cotner 8-95:3

"The Life and Times of Redd Foxx" by Dempsey J. Travis, by Robert Cotner 7-99: 6-7

“The Life of the Mind” by Hannah Arendt, rev. by Robert Cotner, 2-02:2

"Oh, You Beautiful" by Dan Crawford, by Jeanne F. Goessling 6-99:5

"Patience and Fortitude" by Nicholas Basbanes, by Robert Cotner, 10-01:4-5

“Shakespeare at the Cineplex”, by Samuel Crowl, rev. by Ed Quattrocchi, 6-03:5-6

“Space Between Words”, by Paul Saenger, rev. by Dan Crawford 12-04:6

"Stage Flying" by John McKinven, rev. by Jay Marshall 10-95:5

"The Used Book Lover's Guide to the Central States" by David S. and Susan Siegel, rev. by Dan Crawford 2-98:7

"V.L.Parrington: Through the Avenue of Art" by H. Lark Hall, rev. by Robt. Cotner 8-94:3

"Walt Whitman: Updated Edition" by James E. Miller, rev. by Robt. Cotner 8-96:3

“The White Moses of Black Jazz” by Dempsey Travis, rec. by Robert Cotner 12-02:11

"Words About Wizards" by Robert Parrish, rev. by John McKinven 9-94:4

"Book Societies Hold National Meeting" by Hayward Blake

12-93:3

Book Stage

7-01:3

book theft, uncommitted

6-05:1*-4,10

book trade

4-96:1,4, 5-96:7, 6-96:3, 10-96:3-4, 9-98:3

Booker-McConnell Corp.

3-04:1

Booker Prize

See Man Booker Prize for Fiction

"A Bookish Tour of England Among Friends" by Ed Quattrocchi

7-01:1,4,5

Bookman's Alley

11-00:2, 6

"Bookman's Alley: Good Taste and Fine Books" by Kenneth H. Paterson

11-00:6

bookplates

6-96:4

books

9-98:5, 1-00:1,6, 3-01:2, 10-01:4

-Have You read All Your

6-05:10

-leaf

7-04:7

-marks of ownership

10-96:4

-miniature

6-99:5, 7-03:6, 7-04:7

-prices

see “book prices”

-rarity

4-99:3,6

-readers of vs. collectors of

5-00:5

-single trick

5-05:11

-stolen

1-94:4, 10-96:3-4, 1-03:8

-their contribution to camaraderie

2-97:2

-unstolen

6-05:1-4,10

“Books In Print”

9-04:10

Books of Amusement

5-05:11

booksellers

12-03:5, 6-04:12

“Bookwomen Building Chicago”, by Adele Hast

pt. 1 “A Caxton Connection”, 4-02:1,4

pt. 2 “The Fanny Butcher Story”, 5-02:1,4,7

pt.3 “An International Sisterhood”, 7-02:1,6,7

pt.4 “Two 20th Century Professionals”, 8-02:1,6

"Books at Virginia"

6-94:6, 10-95:4

"Books: More Engaging Than Computers" by Steven J. Masello

1-00:1,6

Booksellers Guild of America

8-00:6

bookstores

1-99:7, 10-00:1,4, 11-00:2,4-6

bookwomen and books

5-02:1

"Boon Island"

3-96:7

Boorstin, Daniel J.

6-00:1

Booth, Catherine

12-97:4

Booth, John Wilkes

2-04:5

Booth, William

7-99:1,3,4*,5

-funeral

7-99:5*

Borgia, Cesare

10-05:3

Borgia, Lucrezia

10-05:1,3,4*,5

Borgia, Rodrigo

10-05:3

"Born to Battle"

12-97:4*

Bortman

10-03:7

Bose, Buddhadeva

11-97:2,3*

Bose, Buddhadeva

"Some Word to Say" 11-97:3

Boss, Henry R.

7-98:7

“The Boston Book”

11-04:4

“Boston Prize Poems”

11-04:2*

Boswell

12-99:8

Boswell, Alexander, Lord Auchinleck

2-05:1,6-10

Bosewell, Alexander

“As Some Confirmation” 2-05:8

Boswell, James

9-04: 4-7, 2-05:1,6-7,9-10

Boswellianissimus

9-04:4

Botanical Garden of Padua, Italy

11-03:1*

“Botanical Treasures in Glencoe: The Library of the Chicago Botanic Garden”, by Edward J. Valauskas

6-03:1, 4-5

botanists

6-03:1,4-5

botany

6-03:1, 4-5

Botha, J.S.F.

5-97:3

Botha, J.S.F.

letter, 5-97:3

Botha, Marion

5-97:5

Botticelli, Sandro

4-00:4, 10-05:2

Bottomley, Gordon

11-05:12-13

"Bound to be Good"

3-94:3

Bourbeau, David

9-02:4,8,9-10

Bourrit, Marc heodore

1-03:4-5

Bowdoin College

11-04:1,3,5,13

“Bowker’s Global Books in Print”

9-04:10

Bowman, Jim

3-96:5

Bowman, Sylvia

3-01:2

Boy Scouts of America

1-04:6

Boyd, Peggy

9-03:13

Boyer, Bruce Hatton

2-97:4, 7-01:7, 2-02:5*, 5-03:3, 7-03:5, 5-04:8, 7-04:5

Boyer, Bruce Hatton

“Ibsen’s ‘Ghosts’” 3-03:1,6-7

Boyle, Leonard

11-95:4

"A Boy's Will"

3-96:5, 11-05:5*-7*

Brace, William

8-95:4

Bradbury, Ray

12-98:2,5,6,7*, 12-99:6

Bradbury, Ray

"Pope Android Seventh" (excerpt) 12-98:7

Bradford, Samuel Baldwin

12-04:8

Bradley, Jack

7-01:2

Bradley, James

7-01:2

Bradley, Van Allen

11-00:6, 1-04:6,7

Brady, Catherine Taylor

6-94:1

Brady, John Hassett

"Selected Thoreau Materials" 8-99:4

Bramhall, John

9-04:3

Branch, Edgar

5-04:7

Branagh, Kenneth

10-00:6, 6-03:5*-6

brandeis book sale

10-97:3

Brand, Max

9-03:5

Brandenberg, Maxine

9-98:7

Brandenburg, Maxine

See obituaries

Brandt, Jonathon

6-03:7

Brattahlid

12-98:5

Braver, Mike

7-94:4, 4-98:6, 12-99:7, 9-01:7, 9-03:2

Braver, Mike

“It’s a Mystery….” 12-01:12-13

"The Jeremiah Syndrome" 5-00:3

Bray, Josephine

3-95:4, 5-99:6, 5-03:6

Bread Loaf Writers School

3-96:3, 6-97:1, 7-00:6, 1-01:2, 10-01:l

Brecht, Bertholt

3-01:6

Bredveld, Louis

1-01:4

Breslin, Joe

5-04:4

Brewer, Annie

2-98:6*

Brick, Phil

9-99:4, 10-04:l

Brickhouse, Jack

3-96:7

Bridges, Horace

5-01:6

Bridges, Robert

4-97:1

Brighton Press

3-99:6

Bringhurst, Peter

5-05:12

Bringhurst, Robert

9-02:6

Bristol, Frank M.

12-97:5

British Library

9-02:12

Broadside Press

7-95:1, 5-01:7

Broadstairs

2-99:4

“Broadway Journal”

6-04:12

Broch, Hermann

11-02:3,6

Brocken Devil

9-99:3

Bronte, Charlotte

7-05:8

Bronte family

8-00:5

Bronte History of Printing Museum

10-01:7

Bronte Press

6-94:1, 12-94:3, 10-96:5, 8-00:5, 10-01:7, 5-02:8, 7-03:6

Bronte Society

5-94:4

Brooker, T. Kimball

5-96:3, 8-02:4

-Foundation

5-03:6

Brookfield, IL

10-04:5-6

Brooklyn Bridge

10-95:1,2, 11-95:4

Brooks, Gwendolyn

7-95:1,2,3,5*, 9-95:6, 3-96:8, 4-96:4,5*,6, 5-96:5*, 8-96:4, 10-96:4, 2-97:1*, 6-97:l*, 7-97:4, 8-97:4, 9-97:6, 11-97:7, 3-98:6, 1-00:7, 12-00:1*, 1-01:6*

-Elementary School

7-97:6

Brooks, Gwendolyn

"For Sara Miller, Sculptor" 7-95:3

"Prize-Winning Poet Envisions Chicago in 2099" 2-97:1

Brooks, Robert L.

5-94:4, 7-94:1,6, 5-96:8, 8-02:8

Brooks, Robert S.

2-95:4*, 4-95:3*, 8-95:4, 7-02:7, 2-03:7, 5-03:1,6, 7-04:5, 1-05:7, 4-05:13

Brooks, Rupert

11-05:6-7,8,12

Brower, Reuben

10-01:6

Brown, Andrea

9-00:5

Brown, Bob

7-05:5

Brown, Dan

5-03:2

Brown, Hugh

letter 8-97:4

Brown, John

5-00:2, 4-05:9,10

Brown, Neal

4-99:4

Brown, Sterling

4-98:5

Brown, Thomas H.

5-03:3, 7-04:5

Browne, Belmore

1-03:4,5-6

Browne, Francis Fisher

2-95:5, 5-01:1

Browne, Jane Jordan

4-03:7

Browne, Maurice

9-03:15

Browning, Robert

10-05:3,4

Brozek, Jim

1-02:7

Bruccoli, Matthew

11-94:2

"Bruce Beck Designs New Chicago Book"

9-94:4

Bruichladdich

8-00:5

Bruner, Jeanne

8-95:2

Bryan, Mary Lynn McCree

5-03:6

Bryan, William Jennings

3-98:4,5*,7*

Bryan College

3-98:5

Bryant, David

11-99:7

Bryant, Peter

11-00:1

Bryant, William Cullen

8-96:2, 4-98:4, 11-00:1*,2,3*, 5-01:2

"Bryant and Thoreau"

11-00:2*,3*

Bryson, Charles Lee

8-02:6

“Buch der Lieder”

8-03:8*

Buck, Carol

4-01:4

Buck, Pearl S.

4-01:1*,4,5*, 10-03:4

Bucke, Richard Maurice

9-03:7-9

Buckley, Pvt.

6-98:3-4

Buddenbrooks

10-01:3

Budrys, Algis

12-99:6

Buehler, Jimmie Lee

8-96:4

Buehring, Gordon

10-97:1,2,4,5*,7

Bühler, Curt

4-96:1

Buell, Lawrence

12-03:1

Buescher, Jem

10-99:7

Buffert, Lauren

7-95:4

Bughouse Square

5-00:4

“Building a Long Future”

3-03:7

Buisseret, David

9-04:12, 10-04:12, 11-04:16

Burchfield, Robert

9-03:16

Burden, Carter

12-01:8

Burdon, William Evans

6-04:10

Burgess Home

10-03:3

Burhoe, Brian

11-00:5

Burke, Anne M.

12-95:6, 1-95:6

Burke, Edmund

9-97:7*

Burke, Edward M.

12-95:6, 1-96:6

Burke, Edward M.

letter 4-96:4

Burke, Redmond

6-96:4, 8-96:4, 7-04:5

“El Burlador de Sevilla y combidado de piedra”

5-05:3-4,5*,8

Burley, Ann

1-01:4

Burley, Joseph

1-01:4

Burma-Shave

10-97:6

Burman, Henry L.

11-97:1

Burnet, Micajah

12-01:4*,9

Burney, Fanny

9-04:6

Burnham, Daniel

4-95:5

Burno, Philip M.

11-01:5, 5-03:6

Burns, Anthony

4-05:8

Burns, Ken

12-01:9

Burns, Robert

11-05:1

Burns, Robert

"Red, Red Rose" 5-97:4

Burroughs, Edgar Rice

12-99:6, 5-04:1, 12-04:1,3-4

Burroughs, John

5-01:2*,5, 8-04:2

Burstein, Sandor

2-95:4

Burton, Marion L.

1-01:1

Burton, Richard

1-00:3

“Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine”

6-04:10

Burwell, Rose Marie

2-99:7, 6-99:6

Busck, Harry

10-00:1*,4, 11-00:4,5*,6

Busck and O'Gara Bookshop

10-00:4*

Busck, Mrs.

10-00:1

Bushnell, Candace

10-00:5

Busoni, Ferrucio

9-99:6

Butcher, Fanny

10-94:3, 3-99:3, 4-02:1, 5-02:1*,4,7, 1-04:6, 10-04:2

Butler, J.D.

5-01:4*

Butler, Ruth Lapham

2-00:5

Butterworth, E.L.

10-02:1

Buttle, Patricia (Buzz)

1-04:7

"By Camel and Beetle to Ancient Manuscripts in the Desert: by Ken Nebenzahl

6-99:1,3,4

Byers, Edward

7-98:8

Bynner, Witter

12-00:5

Byrd, Cecil K.

1-04:7

Byrd, Richard E.

11-98:4

Byrnes, Peter-john

7-99:7

Byron, Lord

5-05:6

C

Cady, Richard

4-95:4

Caeiro, Alberto

4-04:4

Cahill, Thomas

3-04:2

Cahoon, Herbert

6-00:6

Cain, Kenneth

12-93:1, 5-95:4

Caine, Michael

3-04:1

“Calamus”

9-03:8-9

Calatrava, Santiago

1-02:7

Caldecott, Randolph

12-94:4

Calderon de la Barca, Pedro

5-05:8

Caldwell, Rebecca

2-05:3

Calhoun, John

10-98:4

calligraphy

1-98:8, 7-98:l*, 3-01:3

"Calligraphy's Flowering, Decay, and Restoration"

3-01:1, 10-01:7

Calthrop, Donald

12-02:8*

Calvert, Leonard

11-98:7

Calvo, George

4-02:7

“Camden’s Compliment to Walt Whitman”

9-03:11

camel

6-99:4*

Cammack, Emerson

1-05:11

Campbell, Ron

4-01:2,3*

Campbell, Stuart B.

1-97:6, 5-04:7, 7-04:5

Camerarts

12-99:6

Cameron, Joe

7-03:4*

Campos, Alvaro

4-04:4,5

Camus, Albert

5-05:8

Canadian Booksellers and Book Artist Guild

4-96:4

Canby, Henry Seidel

8-96:1, 11-02:6

"The Canon of Reason and Virtue"

12-00:4

Canterbury Cathedral Library

7-04:6

"Canterbury Tales"

12-93:3, 11-95:4, 7-99:8, 9-99:5*-6

Cantor, Nancy

7-03:8*

“Canzoniere”

10-05:2

“Cape Cod”

4-05:9

capitalism

10-02:5

Caracci, Annibale

11-97:3

Carey & Lea

9-96:1

"Carl Sandburg - Entrance and Exit" by Elmer Gertz

10-94:3

"Carl Sandburg Yet Lives Through His Books" by Kenan Heise

10-94:4

Carleton, William N. C.

4-99:4, 2-00:1

Carlo

5-01:4

Carlson, Gregory

8-94:6, 9-94:6, 10-94:6

Carlson, Rob

5-04:7

Carlson, Roger

11-00:2,6*

Carlyle, Thomas

12-03:1,4,5

Carnegie, Andrew

10-01:4

Carnegie Book Shop

3-94:3

Carnegie Printers

6-94:1, 2-96:4

“Caroli Clusii Atrebit”

6-05:2

The Caroling Party

12-00:8

Carpenter, Jane F.

10-01:8, 10-02:7, 5-03:3,6, 5-04:8, 7-04:5, 3-05:6

Carpenter, John Alden

12-00:3

Carr, Dan

9-02:3,5*,6, 5-05:12

Carranza, Venustiano

8-04:4,5

Carreno, Ralph

12-95:4, 1-96:6, 2-96:6, 2-98:6, 7-98:8, 9-98:4, 10-98:8, 8-99:6, 9-99:7, 1-01:6*

Carreno, Ralph

"Sacred Architecture" 9-98:1,4

see also bibliographies

Carreno, Richard

1-97:6

Carreno, Susan

1-01:6*

Carreno, Susan

caption 1-01:6

Carriage House Press

9-02:7

Carroll, Anita Dawn

1-99:5

Carroll, Paul

12-98:5, 7-00:6

Carson, John

8-02:5, 10-03:3

Carson, Rachel

5-00:3

Carson, Pirie, Scott building

2-03:3*

Carter, Hurricane

5-00:6

Carter, John

11-94:1, 12-04:1

Carter, Sebastien

10-04:8

cartes marines

2-00:5

cartography

1-03:3,7

cartoons, political

11-97:3-5

Carus, Paul

12-00:4

“Caryl Seidenberg and the Vixen Press”, by Robert McCamant

12-01:14

Casablanca

6-99:1

Casanova, Giacomo

5-05”5

Casino, The

1-95:7, 8-97:6, 9-97:8, 9-04:7

Cassity, Turner

3-99:2

Castiglione

10-05:3

"The Castillo, Chichen Itza"

6-96:4

Castle, Terry

6-99:5

Castillo de la Real Fuenza

9-98:3

cataloguing

10-96:3-4

Catanei, Vannozza

10-05:3

Cathedral Hall

8-94:4, 9-94:3*-4

Cather, Willa

5-02:1

Catherine II “the Great”

10-05:9

Catherwood, Mary Hartnell

1-98:8

Catich, Edward M.

7-98:6, 4-00:7, 9-05:4

Cauchon, Pierre

3-01:5,6

Cavafy, Constantine P.

“The Barbarians” 4-03:7

“The First Step” 4-03:7

“Ithaca” 4-03:7

Caxton, Bill

7-96:4

Caxton, William

12-93:3, 6-94:4, 9-94:3, 10-94:6, 1-95:6, 4-96:1*,4,5, 5-96:1,7, 6-96:3, 7-96:4, 8-96:4, 11-96:6, 8-97:6, 1-99:1, 2-99:6, 7-99:8, 9-99:5-6, 2-01:1,6, 7-01:4, 8-01:4, 1-04:5*, 4-04:8, 7-04:6, 6-05:5,8

-book prices

9-99:5-6, 4-04:8

"The Caxton"

2-01:7*

"The Caxton and University Club Linked In Idea and History" by Ed Quattrocchi

9-94:3-4

"Caxton Archives Placed in the Newberry Library"

1-97:5

"The Caxton Book Auction: Ya Shoulda Bin There" by Dan Crawford

1-00:6

"Caxton Books"

10-94:5

Caxton Building

10-95:3*

"Caxton Chronicled"

5-95:4

"The Caxton Chronicles" by Frank J. Piehl

10-93:3, 11-93:3, 12-93:3, 2-94:3, 3-94:3, 4-94:3, 5-94:3, 7-94:5, 8-94:5, 9-94:5, 10-94:5, 11-94:5, 12-94:5, 1-95:5, 2-95:5

The Caxton Club

1-94:2, 2-97:2, 7-98:7, 11-01:7, 12-01:8, 10-03:1,7, 8-04:6,7, 3-05:1-2, 4-6, 7-05:7, 9-05:4, 10-05:11

-announcements

see "invitations"

-Annual Meeting

7-94:6, 10-95:1, 6-98:1, 6-01:7, 4-03:7, 6-03:7, 8-04:7

-archives

7-95:6, 8-95:5, 9-95:1, 11-96:5, 1-97:5, 3-97:7, 6-97:3,6; 11-97:7, 12-97:7, 8-98:4, 7-02:3

-Archives Committee

1-94:1, 12-94:6, 8-95:5, 9-95:1, 3-97:7

-auctions

6-95:1, 12-97:2,8, 1-98:4, 11-99:7-8, 6-99:5, 1-00:6, 11-00:7, 1-01:7, 10-01:7,8, 11-01:7, 12-01:15, 2-02:5, 4-02:7, 11-02:5, 2-03:7, 3-03:5, 11-03:7, 2-04:7, 3-04:6, 5-04:6, 7-04:5, 4-05:13

-Audit Committee

7-94:1, 12-94:6, 6-02:7, 8-02:7

-banner

1-96:4

-bar

11-05:15

-bequests

1-94:5, 2-98:5

-bibliography

9-94:5

-black tie events

1-95:7

-budget

1-96:4, 2-97:4, 10-01:8

-By-Laws

10-93:1, 4-02:7

-Caxton Club-Newberry Library Symposium

9-04:2

-Centennial

9-93:3, 11-93:4, 1-94:1,2, 7-94:1, 9-94:2,5, 4-95:1, 5-95:2,3-4, 8- 95:2, 1-96:4, 2-01:7

-banners

1-95:4*

-bookmarks

1-96:4

-broadside

1-95:4, 1-96:4

-Centennial Committee

9-93:4, 11-93:4, 1-94:1, 7-94:1,4, 12-94:6, 1-95:2, 5-95:3, 10-95:1, 9-97:3

-Centennial Development Committee

11-93:4

-Centennial Exhibits Committee

9-93:3,4, 12-93:4

-gala

1-95:1, 2-95:1,2,4, 12-96:3

-history

see "Celebrating a Century of the Book in Chicagoƒ"

-Chicago is FABS Committee

5-03:6

-committees

1-94:1, 12-94:6

-meetings

9-93:4

-Constitution and By-Laws

10-93:1, 5-94:2,3,4, special supplement, 7-94:1,4, 5-95:2, 8-95:2,

10-95:1, 8-97:1

-committee

10-93:1, 1-94:1,6, 5-94:2

-Council

10-93:1, 1-94:5,6, 7-94:l*, 11-94:5, 9-05:3

-meetings

9-93:4, 11-94:5, 5-01:8, 6-01:7, 10-01:8, 4-02:7, 5-02:8, 6-02:7, 8-02:7

-members

p.2: each issue

-democratic nature

6-95:5

-Development Committee

11-93:4, 1-94:1, 12-94:1,6, 10-01:8, 11-02:7, 9-05:3

-Directory

6-94:1*, 7-94:1,4, 2-96:4*, 9-00:7, 4-01:7, 10-01:8

-drinks

1-96:5, 11-05:15

-dues

9-95:1, 9-96:5, 3-97:6, 12-04:2

-Exhibition Committee

1-95:4, 5-95:3, 5-98:7, 7-98:8, 9-04:2

-exhibitions

9-93:3, 8-94:5, 11-94:l, 4-95:3, 5-99:1,5, 11-99:1,4, 12-99:8, 5-01:7, 8-02:7, 12-01:1,6,7,11, 1-03:8, 2-03:7, 8-03:7, 2-04:7, 4-04:7,8, 5-04:6, 2-05:10, 3-05:1-2,4-6, 6-05:8-9, 9-05:3

-catalog

11-99:1

-Exhibitions Committee

6-01:7, 3-05:1

-FABS Planning Committee

8-02:5*

-field trips

1-94:5, 6-94:6, 3-97:7, 6-97:6, 1-02:7, 4-02:7, 8-02:4-5,7, 6-03:8, 11-03:1, 4-04:7, 9-04:2

-Film Committee

9-93:4, 11-93:4, 1-94:1

-Finance Committee

1-94:1

-First Fridays Committee

1-94:1

-founder

3-97:6

-Friday Luncheon Committee

12-94:6

-fund campaigns

5-02:8, 11-02:7, 12-02:11, 5-03:3,6, 2-04:7, 7-04:5, 12-04:2

-graphic designers

7-98:4-5

-History Committee

1-94:1

-Holiday Revels

9-93:3,4, 10-93:4, 11-93:4, 12-93:1,4, 1-94:4,5, 9-94:6, 11-94:6,12-94:5,6, 3-95:5, 10-95:5, 12-95:5,6, 1-96:5, 2-96:4, 5-96:3, 11-96:5, 12-96:4,6, 10-97:8, 12-97:2,8, 1-98:4, 8-98:4, 12-98:8, 12-99:8, 12-00:8, 10-01:7, 12-01:16, 2-02:4,5, 4-02:7, 12-02:10, 3-03:5, 11-03:7,8, 3-04:6

-Honorary Members

9-93:1,3, 10-93:2,3, 4-94:4, 7-95:1, 10-95:5, 4-96:5, 5-96:4,5, 4- 97:3, 9-97:5, 4-99:5, 8-04:8, 9-05:2

-list

5-96:4

-house visits

4-05:15, 5-05:2, 6-05:12, 9-05:8, 10-05:12, 11-05:16

-in prophecy

11-03:3,5

-invitations

1-94:5, 9-94:5*, 4-95:3, 9-97:8, 12-97:7

-keepsakes

12-95:4, 12-97:7, 2-98:7, 1-99:7, 10-01:8, 8-02:5, 2-03:7, 11-03:6

-lectures

4-05:14

-library

3-94:3

-logo

5-95:1

-luncheons

4-94:1, 5-94:3, 8-95:3, 7-98:3, 8-99:6-7, 11-99:6, 5-04:4, 8-04:8

-meetings

9-93:3, 10-93:1,3, 1-94:5, 3-94:1, 4-94:3, 5-94:1, 8-94:5, 12-94:5,

1-95:6, 4-95:1, 5-95:1, 6-95:l, 10-95:5, 12-95:4, 1-96:5, 6-96:5, 3-97:6,

8-97:1,4, 9-98:7, 8-00:7, 9-00:7, 8-03:7, 4-05:2, 9-05:3 and last page of each issue

-attendance

3-94:4,7-98:8

-dinner prices

10-00:7, 11-01:8

-membership

1-94:2, 8-94:5, 10-94:5, 5-95:2, 6-95:5, 9-95:1, 10-95:1, 3-97:6,

7-98:8, 6-00:7, 4-02:7, 5-02:7, 5-04:7, 9-05:8

-Member Emeritus

6-99:5

-Senior Status

6-99:5

-totals

9-93:3

-Membership Committee

1-94:1, 9-95:1, 9-96:5

-menus

8-95:6

-merchandise

1-94:4, 9-97:3

-new member lists

9-93:3, 10-93:4, 3-94:4, 4-94:4, 9-94:6, 11-94:6, 4-95:4, 8-95:4,

12-95:4, 1-97:6, 2-97:6, 1-98:7, 7-98:8, 1-00:7, 6-00:8, 12-00:7, 7-01:7, 10-02:7, 5-04:7

-Nobel Prize Committee

4-01:6, 10-01:8, 3-02:4, 6-02:7, 8-02:5,8, 2-03:7, 5-03:1,4-6, 11-03:8, 1-05:7-8, 9-05:3

-Nominating Committee

1-94:1, 7-94:1, 12-94:6, 3-95:6, 6-95:1,6, 5-96:8, 6-98:7, 5-99:8, 5-00:2, 3-01:3, 5-01:7, 4-01:7, 6-02:7, 8-02:7, 3-03:5

-office

7-98:8

-officers

p.2-each issue

10-93:3, 5-94:3, 7-94:1, 5-95:3, 8-95:2, 10-95:1, 9-00:7, 6-03:7

-photos

3-97:7, 6-97:3

-presidents

1-95:7, 1-98:7, 2-01:7*

-Programs Committee

1-94:1, 12-94:6

-publications

12-93:3, 2-94:3, 6-94:4, 7-94:5, 8-94:5, 9-94:5, 10-94:6, 11-94:4,

12-94:2, 1-95:1*, 2-95:6, 4-95:5, 9-95:3, 1-96:1*,5, 4-96:4, 11-96:4, 3-97:6, 4-97:3, 5-97:1, 6-97:2, 8-97:3*, 9-97:5, 12-97:7, 1-98:4, 4-98:1,4, 1-00:4-5*, 6-00:7, 10-01:8, 3-02:6, 10-02:6, 9-03:13, 9-04:8-9, 3-05:1-2,4*-6, 6-05:8-9

-on the Internet

5-99:6

-prices

12-93:3, 1-94:5, 12-97:6, 6-99:7, 9-99:5-6, 9-00:7, 12-00:7

-reprints

11-95:4

-Publications Committee

11-93:3, 12-93:3, 1-94:1,5, 8-94:6, 9-94:1,5, 11-94:5, 12-94:3,6, 5-95:3,10-95:1, 1-96:1,6, 6-97:4, 8-97:3, 9-97:3, 1-98:4, 5-98:7, 7-98:8, 9-00:7, 9-01:7, 2-03:7, 5-03:7, 9-04:2, 3-05:3,6

-Mission Statement

1-96:1

-Publications Fund

1-94:4

-Publicity Committee

10-03:7

-recruitment brochure

7-98:8

-Recruitment and Membership Committee

12-94:6

-rooms

3-94:3, 4-94:3,2-95:5*, 1-96:6*, 3-97:6, 8-97:3, 9-05:3

-scarf

5-96:5

-scholarships

2-03:7, 4-04:1,5, 9-04:2

-Second Century Fund

12-94:1, 5-95:2, 12-97:2, 1-98:4, 2-98:56-99:5, 11-99:8, 6-00:7, 10-00:7

-speakers

11-93:4, 5-94:3, 12-94:5, 1-96:5, 9-96:5, 10-96:4. 12-96:4, 4- 97:3,8-97:3, 9-97:3, 1-98:7, 8-98:4,8, 9-98:7,8, 3-99:7, 6-00:7, 9-00:7, 10-00:6, 11-99:6, 6-01:6,7, 10-04:8,9 and last page of each issue

-surveys

10-03:7

-symposium

4-05:14, 5-05:8

-thesis about

6-96:4

-ties to Fortnightly

3-95:5

-traditions

1-95:7

-Treasurer

5-95:3

-Website

10-96:6, 3-97:6, 8-99:8, 1-00:8, 3-01:7, 5-01:8, 10-01:8

-Website subcommittee

9-01:7

-women and membership

5-94:3, 1-95:5, 5-95:1, 9-97:3

“The Caxton Club”

11-01:4

"The Caxton Club: A Century of Books and Book-Loving"

12-94:5, 2-95:1

"The Caxton Club and Its Typography" by Bruce Beck and Hayward Blake

1-00:4-5

“The Caxton Club Awards Scholarships to Students at Columbia College”, by

Martha Chiplis

4-04:1,5

"Caxton Club Books Prove An Investment" by Frank J. Piehl

12-97:6

"Caxton Club Celebrates Centennial at Fortnightly"

4-95:1

"Caxton Club Centennial Exhibitions Slated" by Kathleen Lamb

9-93:3

"Caxton Club Completes First Century December 21, 1994"

1-95:6

"Caxton Club Connection With Jekyll Island, GA, Spans Century, Cultures" by Frank J. Piehl

1-98:1,3,4

"Caxton Club Needs Computer"

7-95:6

“Caxton Club Nobel Committee Narrows Chaices of Candidates”, by Ed Quattrocchi

8-02:5

“Caxton Club Nominating Committee Appointed”

3-03:5

"Caxton Club Now On Web"

11-96:6

"Caxton Club Officers Proposed"

5-01:7

"Caxton Club Officers 2001-2002 Elected"

8-01:7

"Caxton Club On the Web"

10-96:6

"Caxton Club President Outlines Visions for New Year" by Jim Tomes

9-01:7

"Caxton Club Publication Listed by Blackwell's of Oxford"

9-00:7

"Caxton Club Publications Available on the Internet" by Frank J. Piehl

8-99:6

"Caxton Club Receives Major Gift"

1-94:5

“Caxton Club to Auction ‘Gutenberg Bible’ and ‘Book of Kells’”, by Dan Crawford

11-01:7

"Caxton Club Welcomes Fifth Generation of Donnelley Family"

5-95:6

"Caxton Club Will Cover the Town During 'Year of the Book' in Chicago" by Paul F. Gehl

1-95:4

"Caxton Committee Chairs Filled for Centennial Countdown"

1-94:1

"Caxton Council Completes Impressive Year of Business" by Robert Cotner

7-94:1

“Caxton Development Committee Needs Help”, by Eugene Hotchkiss

11-02:7

“Caxton Exhibition Focuses on the ‘Fine Press Movement in Chicago’”, by Kim Coventry

12-02:1,6-7

"Caxton FY 96 Budget Proposed and Approved"

1-96:4

"Caxton Gala Sparks Centennial With Festive Dinner"

2-95:1

"Caxton Nominating Committee Presents Slate for Class of 2001"

6-98:1

"Caxton President Inherits Legacy of Leadership" by Frank J. Piehl

1-98:7

"Caxton Publications Committee to Pursue Active, Realistic Program"

1-96:1,6

"Caxton Speakers Urged to Submit Manuscripts"

7-95:6

"Caxton Ties"

8-94:6

The Caxtonian

9-93:2, 12-93:2, 1-94:5, 5-94:4, 7-94:4, 8-94:6, 2-95:2, 3-95:2, 5-95:3, 6-95:5, 7-95:5, 8-95:2, 9-95:1, 10-95:1, 2-96:3, 3-96:5, 6-96:4,6, 8-96:4, 9-96:2,4,5, 7-97:4,6, 9-97:7,8, 12-97:6, 4-98:6, 8-98:3*,4, 10-98:4, 4-99:4,5, 6-99:5,7, 8-99:8, 12-99:7, 6-00:7, 10-00:7, 2-01:7, 3-01:7, 8-01:7, 11-01:7, 12-01:1,12-13, 8-02:8, 2-03:7, 9-03:2,3, 11-03:6,7, 5-04:7, 8-04:1,7, 9-04:1, 11-04:15, 1-05:1

-index

5-99:6, 10-0l:8, 4-02:7

"Caxtonian Aide Jane Smith Retires After 23 Years Service"

1-95:4

"Caxtonian Bill Hesterberg Remembers Victor Hammer and RHM" by William Hesterberg

9-95:5

"Caxtonian Bruce Beck Honored by American Center for Design" by Hayward Blake

7-94:5

"Caxtonian Capers"

12-97:8

"Caxtonian Covered"

5-95:4

"Caxtonian Distributed to Area School Children"

7-97:6

"Caxtonian Editor Cotner Honored at February Meeting" by Frank J. Piehl

4-99:5

"Caxtonian Exults at Acquiring Signed Frost Book" by Colleen Dionne

3-96:5

"Caxtonian Facelift Slated With January Issue"

12-99:7

"Caxtonian Finds Books Arts Alive and Well in Cuba Today" by Kenneth H. Paterson

9-98:3,6

"Caxtonian Frank Piehl Accorded High Honor" by Tom Joyce

4-97:1,3

“Caxtonian Freedman Recalls Sam Wanamaker”, by Leonard Freedman

4-03:5

"Caxtonian Gwin Kolb Reviews Eudora Welty's Latest Book"

9-00:7

"Caxtonian Honored"

4-95:4

"Caxtonian Index Published"

5-99:6

"Caxtonian John McCutcheon's 'Injun Summer' Recalls Ancient Autumns"

11-95:5

"Caxtonian Lesley Honored"

12-99:7

"Caxtonian Meets Descendants of Eugene Field, Receives New Book for His Collection" by Frank J. Piehl

8-98:7

"Caxtonian Named an 'Outstanding Journal'"

4-98:6

"Caxtonian Ned Rosenheim Named Honorary Caxton Member"

10-95:5

"Caxtonian Participates in St. Louis Commemoration of Eugene Field" by Frank J. Piehl

8-95:1

"Caxtonian Paul F. Gehl Departs for Italy" by Robert Cotner

9-93:4

"Caxtonian Peter Stanlis Recalls Friendship with Frost" by Peter Stanlis

3-96:3

"Caxtonian Recalls a "doll in a teacup'" by Charles J. Shields

12-97:3

"Caxtonian Remembers Lindbergh Over Philly" by CHarles J. Shields

7-97:1

"Caxtonian Reports on San Francisco FABS Trip" by Dan Hayman

7-006

"Caxtonian Shields Recalls Carlos Baker at Bread Loaf" by Peter J. Stanlis

6-97:1

"Caxtonian Stanlis Speaks at Anniversary Tribute to Edmund Burke" by Robt. Cotner

9-97:7

"Caxtonian Subscriptions Offered to Non-Members"

8-96:4

"Caxtonian Visits Mainz, Germany, and the Gutenberg Museum" by Michael Grace

9-95:4

"Caxtonian Visits Nobel Literature Chairman" by Junie L. Sinson

4-01:6

"Caxtonian's Address Defined Poetry at Frost Convocation of 1962"

3-96:6


Caxtonians, as alien races

3-02:5

"Caxtonians Celebrate the Life and Work of Elmer Gertz" by Frank J. Piehl

8-00:7

"Caxtonian's Classic Poem Salutes Holmes and Watson"

3-97:7

“Caxtonians Collect”

“Arlene Hoffman”, by Paul Ruxin 9-05:7

“Charles Miner”, by Kathryn R.J. Tutkus 1-05:9,11

“David Mann”, by Paul Ruxin 7-05:7

“Ely Liebow”, by Kathryn R.J. Tutkus 2-05:11

“Gwin J. Kolb”, by Paul Ruxin 12-04:5-6]

“Helen Sclair”, by Kathryn R.J. Tutkus 4-05:15

“Janis and John Notz”, by Kathryn R.J. Tutkus 10-05:11

“Jim Hagy”, by Paul Ruxin 5-05:11

“Robert Schenck”, by Paul Ruxin 3-05:7

“Sherman Beverly”, by Kathryn R.J. Tutkus 6-05:1l

“Susan Jackson Keig”, by Robert McCamant 11-05:15

“Susan Levy”. By Kathryn R.J.Tutkus 8-05:7

“Caxtonians Extend Book Fellowship to West Coast”, by Wendy C. Husser

10-03:3

"Caxtonians Gave Generously for November Dinner Auction"

11-99:7

"Caxtonians in Prague Enraptured by History, Sights, and Sounds" by Ed Quattrocchi

10-96:1

“Caxtonians Make Trip to the Khalili Exhibit”, by John P. Chalmers

4-02:7

"Caxtonians Share European Literary Adventure" by Ed Quattrocchi

10-99:6-7

"Caxtonians to Hit Road on Wisconsin Outing"

3-97:8

“Caxtonians to see ‘Epic of the Sultans: Ottoman Art from the Khalili Collection”, by Michael Thompson

1-02:7

"Caxtonians Will Speak on Mark Twain Book at Washington Library Center"

11-00:7

Cayton, Horace

9-01:1*

Celan, Paul

11-02:3

"Celebrating a Century of the Book in Chicago"

1-94:5, 7-94:4, 9-94:1, 11-94:5, 12-94:1,3, 1-95:2, 2-95:1,3, 3-95:4,5, 6-95:1, 7-95:1, 8-95:5, 9-95:3, 1-96:5, 4-96:4, 5-96:3,5, 6-96:4, 10-96:4, 4-97:3, 9-97:7, 7-98:5, 10-98:1, 3-01:7

"Celebrating Dante's Descent Into Hell" by Ed Quattrocchi

4-00:1,6

"Celebrating the Book in Chicago: 100 Years of the Caxton Club"

9-93:3

Cella, Jack

7-01:7, 10-02:7, 8-03:7, 7-04:5

Cellini, Benvenuto

10-05:5

CELOTTI, ABATE

6-05:7

censorship

11-95:5

Centaur

7-98:4, 9-02:8

Centaurs Italianvilla

2-03:4*

"Centennial Committee on Constitution Formed"

10-93:l

"Centennial Goal for Caxtonians: 300 members in 1995"

10-94:5

"Centennial Hymn"

8-96:2

Centennial (US)

8-96:2,5, 10-96:2

"Center for Book & Paper Arts Exhibits Caxtonians' Works"

5-95:1

Center for Book Arts

4-96:4

Center for Research Libraries

9-05:4

Center for the Book

10-93:3 (logo), 6-00:1,5

Center for the Book and Paper Arts: see Chicago Center for the Book and Paper Arts

Central Bookstore

11-00:4,5

“Centuries in Verse: Birthday of a Great (Unintelligible) Poet”, by Dan Crawford

11-03:3,5

Century

12-99:6

Century of Progress

10-97:1, 4-03:1

“Ceremonies at the Dedication of the Soldiers’ Monument”

12-03:11*

Chagall, Marc

9-95:4, 6-01:5

"Challenged and Forbidden Books Featured in Banned Books Week"

11-95:5

Chalmers, Gordon Keith

3-96:1

Chalmers, John P.

1-94:6, 10-94:6, 6-95:1,6, 8-95:4, 3-96:1, 5-96:8, 6-96:4, 2-97:6, 6-99:8, 7-99:7, 8-99:7, 1-00:6, 6-00:7,8, 12-00:7, 1-01:7, 7-01:7, 10-01:8, 12-01:15, 4-02:7, 8-02:7, 10-02:7, 5-03:6, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 9-04:9, 3-05:5-6,8, 4-05:1,6, 5-05:12, 6-05:9

Chalmers, John P.

“Black Cat Press” 12-02:7

“Caxtonians Make Trip” 4-02:7

"Cham"

4-99:6

Chamberlain, George

11-94:4

Chambers, Ephraim

10-05:6

Champion, Marge

9-98:2,4*

change

1-96:2

Channing, Ellery

4-05:8

“Chanticleer”

10-04:4

Chapelain, Jean

2-01:6

Chapman, Jonathon

7-99:2,3*

Chapman, R.W.

9-04:7

Chapman, Silas

1-03:7

Charles VII (France)

2-01:6, 3-01:6

“The Chartographic Golden Triangle” by Robert W. Karrow

1-03:3,7

Chatsworth

9-99:5

Chatwin, Bruce

12-93:2

Chaucer, Geoffrey

8-05:4-5

Chaves House

10-03:3

"Check It Out"

2-01:5

Cheever, George B.

11-04:4

Chef Louie: see Szathmary, Louis

Cheloniidae Press

9-02: 4,8

Chen, Julie

1-04:4,5,6

Cheney, John M.

12-03:8*, 9

Cheney, John Vance

11-93:3, 1-95:5, 2-00:1, 11-03:3,5

Cheney, Marah Borthwick

10-98:5

Chermayeff, Serge

7-98:4

Cherne, Leo

4-97:2

Cherney, Charles

2-95:2, 2-96:4

Cherryburn Press

11-93:2, 10-98:7, 1-05:11

Chesham, Sallie

12-97:1,3*,4

Chesham, Sallie

"The Old Hat Coffeehouse" 12-97:4

Cheslock, Arthur S.

"Baltimorean Remembers Poe Finds" 1-99:7

chess

1-99:6

Chester, Geoff

6-97:3

Chestnut, Charles

10-98:8, 6-05:11

Chicago

2-97:1, 7-98:4, 5-00:4*, 10-02:6

-booksellers

9-04:12

-historiography

8-02:1,6

-newspapers

10-98:4

-map production

1-03:3

-movie theaters

5-04:4

-printing and small presses

12-02:6-7, 1-04:4

-publishing

12-99:1,6

-statuary

1-99:3*

-theatre

9-03:14,15

Chicago Air and Water Show

5-04:5

"Chicago American"

10-98:4

“Chicago and Its Makers”

8-02:6

Chicago and Northwestern Railroad

3-98:1

Chicago Athletic Club

12-96:3

Chicago Bar Association

9-99:7

Chicago Book Clinic

7-95:1, 2-01:7, 2-03:7, 9-05:5

"Chicago Book Clinic Names Caxton Club Centennial History as Honor Book" by Paul F. Gehl

7-95:1

Chicago Book Mart

9-99:4

"Chicago Book Week: City of Big Readers"

9-00:1, 10-00:4,5

"Chicago Books in Review"

1-96:4, 4-96:4, 10-96:4, 8-97:4

Chicago Botanic Garden

6-03:1,8, 11-03:1, 10-04:7

Chicago Center for Book & Paper Arts of Columbia College

6-94:5, 3-95:1, 5-95:1,5, 5-96:8, 2-97:4, 5-97:1,4,5, 11-97:7, 9-99:7, 10-99:7, 11-99:7, 5-01:7, 8-02:4, 9-02:11, 2-03:7, 1-04:8, 4-04:1,6, 9-04:2, 1-05:12, 2-05:3,5,12

-exhibitions

4-99:5, 6-99:7, 7-99:7

"Chicago: City On the Make"

5-00:2

Chicago Cubs

5-04:2-5

Chicago Daily News

5-01:6, 12-01:10, 7-02:1, 2-04:2

Chicago Defender

12-00:1,3

Chicago Democrat

10-98:4

"Chicago Diaries of John M. Wing"

7-98:8, 9-01:7, 8-02:8, see also book reviews

Chicago Fire

2-01:8

Chicago Hand Bookbinders

9-93:1, 11-93:4, 12-93:1, 1-94:4, 6-95:1, 8-95:5

Chicago Historical Society

8-02:1,6, 2-03:4,5

"Chicago History"

4-97:3

Chicago Inter-Ocean

5-01:6

Chicago International Antiquarian Book Fair

7-97:4

"Chicago Jazz Exhibition at University of Chicago"

1-97:4

“A Chicago Kid Fulfills a Dream in London”, by R.C.Longworth

4-03:1,4-5

Chicago Literary Club

2-95:5, 6-97:4, 12-97:7, 1-98:1,4,7, 10-05:11

“Chicago Manual of Style”

11-04:15

Chicago Map Society

1-03:3

Chicago Plan Commission

8-02:1

Chicago Public Library

4-95:1, 5-95:4, 6-95:6, 7-95:4,5,6, 8-95:5, 9-95:5, 10-95:3, 12-95:6, 2-96:4, 3-96:8, 4-96:6, 8-98:6*, 6-99:7, 7-99:7, 8-99:4, 9-99:6, 4-00:7, 2-01:8, 9-01:1, 2-03:7, 5-03:8

"Chicago Public Library Features Civil War Exhibits and Talks"

9-95:5

"Chicago Public Library Opens Two Interesting Exhibits During April"

4-95:l

"Chicago Public Library to Undergo Renovations"

6-95:6

Chicago Rare Book Center

4-99:5, 3-01:7, 11-01:7

Chicago Reader

10-04:10

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

10-98:2, 9-01:7

"Chicago: The History of Its Reputation"

5-99:5

"Chicago: The World Capital of Fantasy Writing at Century's End" by Dan Crawford

10-99:1,6-7

Chicago Transit Authority

8-99:4

Chicago Tribune

10-93:2, 5-02:4,7

"Chicago 2999"

10-96:4

"Chicago Under Wraps"

12-99:8

"Chicago Under Wraps: Dust Jackets From 1920 to 1950"

11-99:1

Chicago Yacht Club

12-95:5,6, 2-96:4

"Chicagoan Finley Peter Dunne: The Long View of a Distant Descendant" by Irene Claire Beck

1-99:5

"Chicago's Early Book Clubs Reflect a National Interest in Books" by Frank J. Piehl

7-98:7

"Chicago's Historic Fine Arts Building, Early Home of the Caxton Club" by Glen N. Wiche

2-95:5

"Chicago's Studs Terkel is Honored as a 'Son of the Century'" by Robert Cotner

12-93:1,5

Chicon

12-99:6

“Child of the Century”

1-05:ll

"The Child Who Never Grew"

4-01:4

children

3-02:2,3

“Children of Adam”

9-03:8

"The Children of Light and the Children of Darkness"

9-99:2,4*

children's books

11-93:1

“Children’s Book Illustrator Milo Winter”, by Arthur H. Miller

1-04:4-5

"Children's Books: They're Not Just For Children Anymore" by Tom Joyce

11-93:1

Children's Vintage Volumes

11-93:1

"A Child's Christmas in Wales"

12-94:4

China

10-03:1,5

China Writer’s Union

12-02:5, 10-03:5

Chinese Literature

12-02:10, 10-03:1,4-6

“Chinese Poet Bei Dao Talks of Poets and Poetry”, by Junie L. Sinson

10-03:1,4-6

Chiplis, Martha

11-00:7, 12-00:7, 9-01:8, 8-02:5,7, 5-03:6, 10-03:7, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 11-04:15

Chiplis, Martha

“The Caxton Club Awards Scholarships” 4-04:1,5

“Christopher de Hamel Visits Chicago” 4-04:7

“Leaf Book Friday Lunch” 9-04:8-9

see also obituaries

Chirac, Jacques

5-02:2

Chiswick Press

7-04:7

“Choir Boys”, by Truman Metzel

12-02:7

Chopin, Frederic

5-02:5-6

Chowder, Ken

5-00:2

Chretien de royes

1-99:l

“Christ is the Answer”, by W. Maltbie

8-02:3

Christiansen, Richard

5-03:7, 9-03:14-15,16

Christie's

1-98:7, 7-01:6, 10-01:5,7, 11-01:5

"Christie's Will Exhibit in Chicago Books from Haskell Norman Library"

1-98:7

Christmas

12-93:1,2, 5-94:4, 12-94:1, 12-95:l, 12-99:5

“Christmas” by Fernando Pessoa

4-04:5

"Christmas at Dingley Dell"

12-93:1

"A Christmas Carol"

12-93:1, 8-97:3

-in motion pictures

12-02:8-9

"Christmas, Dickens, and the Carol" by Herbert Furse

12-93:1

Christmas Revels: see Caxton Club: Holiday Revels

“Christopher de Hamel Visits Chicago”, by Martha Chiplis

4-04:7

“Christos”

11-04:10

Chrystal, Kate

See Cleary, Kate McPhelim

Church, Laurel

12-95:4, 12-96:5, 6-98:5, 7-98:3, 8-98:3, 1-99:4, 5-00:6-7, 9-00:5, 3-01:7, 2-02:1,2,6, 4-04:2

Church, Laurel

"Afternoon Tea, Service for Two" 6-98:7

“…and the moon under her feet” 5-02:7

“Better Than Nothing” 4-04:3

“For Michael Grace” 7-02:7

"Gene Stratton-Porter" 12-96:1,5

"Line from East Central Illinois to Iowa and Below" 2-99:7

"A Lyric Writer's Lament" 1-99:4

"1956" 9-00:5

“On Hannah Arendt” 2-02:1,3,6

"On Rereading" 2-99:7

“Quartet” 4-04:3

"Robert Cotner Speaks on Thoreau" 7-98:3

"Shake the Hand That Shook the Hand" 5-00:6-7

“This About Those Tears on His Rock Face” 7-02:7

“Unlocking Doors of Perception” 4-04:3

church architecture

9-98:1,4,6

Church of the Blessed Sacrament

9-98:1*

Churchill, Winston S.

2-99:6

Churchill, Winston S.

"A Thought on Books" 10-96:5

Ciardi, John

10-97:6

CICV

6-05:3

“The Circle of Knowledge”

9-04:4,5*

cities and civilization

6-04:2

citizenship

6-04:2

city life

5-97:2

"City of Big Readers"

10-00:4,5, 8-02:7

"City of Chicago to Host Fall Literary Festival"

9-00:1

"City's Old Caxton Building Had Early Connection With Club" by Frank J. Piehl

10-95:3

“Civil Disobedience”

4-05:7,10

Civil War

-Robert Frost’s concept

1-02:3

"Civil War Exhibit Continues at Harold Washington Center"

7-95:6

“Civilisacion y barbarie”

9-03:4

civilization

5-96:2, 9-96:5

-and cities

6-04:2

Claremont College

10-03:3

"Clarence Darrow: Legendary Lawyer of American History" by Elmer Gertz

3-98:1,4,7

Clark, Faith

2-99:6*

Clark, Howard

6-95:3-4*, 7-99:7

Clark, Kathryn

6-95:3-4*, 7-99:7

Clark, Kenneth

5-95:2, 9-95:2

Clark, Rhoda Hertzberg

10-94:6, 5-96:2, 9-96:4, 1-97:6, 9-97:3, 8-04:7

Clark, Thomas D.

12-01:5,9

Clark, William L.

5-03:7

Clark Library

10-03:3

Clarke, Arthur C.

12-98:5-6*

Clarke, Edith

1-98:8

Clarke, Rev. Harry

8-02:2,8

Clarkson, Ralph

2-95:5, 4-95:5

"Clarksville Record"

10-01:7

"Classic American Motion Picture Features Classic American Car"

10-97:7

Classic Motorbooks

10-97:3,6

classical education

11-03:2

classics

10-97:1, 11-03:2

Classics (Greek and Roman)

3-04:2

Claudel, Paul

3-01:5

Clay, Joe

4-98:6

Cleary, Kate McPhelim

7-02:6

Clemm, Maria

6-04:7,14,15

Clemm, Virginia

6-04:7,8,11,13

Clennell, Luke

1-05:9

Cleveland, Charles B.

4-99:1

Cleveland, Horace

1-98:1

Cleveland, Rex

9-01:5

Cleveland Museum of Arts

7-01:5

Cleveland Public Library

7-01:5

Cliff Dwellers

3-95:6, 4-95:5,6, 5-95:l, 4-97:5, 10-98:5*,6, 7-99:4

"The Cliff Dwellers, Once Site of Caxton Meetings, is Setting for April Dinner" by Robert Adelsperger

4-95:5

Clifton, Lucille

10-00:5

Clinton, Hilary Rodham

9-99:6

Cloonan, Michele V.

6-97:4, 8-98:8

"Cloquet Service Station Timeless Tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright" by Jon Cotner

11-96:5

Clow, Henry

1-04:4

Club Bindery

11-05:16

"Club Centennial Celebrations Continue at Appointed Times and Places"

5-95:1

"Club Dinner Charge to Increase in 1996"

1-96:5

"Club Honors Women Members at April Centennial Dinner Meeting"

5-95:1

"Club is Subject of Thesis at Columbia College" by Frank J. Piehl

6-96:4

"Club Meeting Notices to be Discontinued"

9-97:8

"Club Member Gwendolyn Brooks Inducted Into Lincoln Academy"

6-97:1

The Club of Odd Volumes

10-93:1, 8-94:5, 10-94:5, 7-98:7

“Club’s Exhibition Committee Looking for Leaf Books”

5-03:7

Cluny

12-01:6

Clusius, Carolus

6-03:4

Coale, Robert

4-95:4, 11-99:7

Cobb, Henry Ives

2-00:4

Cobb, Josephine

2-98:3

Cobden-Sanderson, Thomas James

3-01:3

Cochrane, Lydia

7-98:8, 5-04:7

Cockrell, Douglas

10-93:3

“The Code – Heroics”

11-05:8

Cody, Merrill

7-96:3

Coetzee, J.M.

11-03:2, 1-05:7

Cogar, James L.

12-01:4

Cohan-Lange, Suzanne

5-95:5

Cohen, Claudia

9-02:7,8,10, 1-05:5

coins

6-00:4*

Cole, Charles W.

9-03:13

Cole, Gerry

2-98:6*

Cole, Jerry

2-98:6*

Cole, Jim

6-03:3

Cole, John Y.

9-93:1*, 6-94:2,3,5, 6-00:5, 10-01:7

Cole, John Y.

"The Library of Congress at 200" 6-00:1,4,5

Cole, Thomas

11-00:3*

Coles, Robert

12-97:5, 9-99:2, 3-02:2,3*

Colker, Ed

5-95:5, 11-99:7, 3-00:7, 5-03:6, 7-04:5

Colker, Ed

Letter 3-00:7

"Collected Books"

3-96:5, 11-96:3

collecting

3-97:2, 1-99:6, 6-02:1, 9-04:1,7

-pitfalls of

5-00:5

“Collecting Early Frost”, by R. Eden Martin

11-05:1-14

“Collecting Emerson”, by R.Eden Martin

12-03:1, 4-11

"Collecting Hopkins' Life's Work: the Work of a Lifetime" by Barbara Ballinger

4-97:1,5

“Collecting Longfellow”, by R. Eden Martin

11-04:1-14

“Collectin Poe”, by R. Eden Martin

6-04:1, 3-15

“Collecting Thoreau”, by R. Eden Martin

4-05:1-10

“Collecting Whitman”, by R. Eden Martin

9-03:1,6-11

"Collections of One-Time Caxtonian Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park" by Michael Godow and Jeanette Fields

11-96:1,5

“Collectors and Their Collections”

4-04:7, see also Caxton Club: House Visits

collectors, spouses of

8-00:6

College of Duage Foundation

11-03:7

Collier, John

12-98:7

Collins, Billy

12-02:2, 1-05:3

Collins, Charles

2-99:5

Collins, Charles (Chicagoan)

5-01:6, 6-01:7

Collins, Harriet

2-99:5

Collins, Lee

2-98:6*

Collins, Philip

9-96:4

Collins, Wilkie

2-99:1, 4-6

-epitaph

2-99:6

-grave

2-99:6

Collister, Susan

8-94:6, 9-94:6

Colman, Samuel

11-04:7

Colonial Press

7-04:7

"Color"

2-98:5*

Columbia College

6-94:5, 3-95:l, 4-95:6, 5-95:1,4,5, 5=96:8, 6-96:4, 2-97:5, 5-97:4, 11-97:7, 10-98:4, 6-99:7, 7-99:7, 2-03:7, 11-03:7

Columbia College Chicago Center for Book & Paper Arts: see Chicago Center for Book & Paper Arts

"Columbia College Offers Summer Program Series"

5-96:8

"Columbia College Opens Chicago Center for Book & Paper Arts" by Barbara Lazarus Metz

5-95:5

"Columbia College to Open Caxtonian Book Arts Exhibit"

3-95:1

Columbia University

4-99:3, 3-04:4

Columbian Exposition

1-98:8

“Columbian Ode”

1-05:2

Combined Intelligence Center

6-05:3

"Come In"

8-98:2

"Comedie Humaine"

10-99:1

"The Comet"

12-99:6

"Commedia"

4-00:1,4,6, 7-00:5,7*, 10-05:2

Commedia dell’Arte

5-05:4

"Committee Calls for Nominees"

3-95:6

“Communing With Lamartine: French Romantic Who Speaks for Today” by Pierre Ferrand

12-01:6,7

"Competition Announced"

4-95:4

"Complete Compendium of Universal Knowledge"

6-01:6

"Complete Works of Langston Hughes"

9-01:7

computers

7-95:6, 8-95:3, 7-98:1,6, 1-00:1

Comstock, Rolland

10-01:4

“The Conchologist’s First Book”

6-04:9*

Condell, Henry

4-94:1

“Conduct of Life”

12-03:9-10*

“Confederate Book of Common Prayer”

5-05:12

Confucius

9-02:2

Congalton, Tom

7-01:5

Congress Hotel

3-95:1

"Conjuring a Magic Sale (or Sweet Revenge)" by David Meyer

11-93:3

conjuring books

11-93:2

Conkey, W.B.

12-99:l

Conklin, Rex

11-93:3, 5-99:8, 2-02:4*, 8-02:7, 5-03:7, 5-05:11

Conklin, Rex

“A Magic Collector’s Bookplate: 1-05:1,10-11

Conklin, Rex (Sr.)

1-05:1

Conlan, Jane

2-97:6

Conlin, Katherine

7-03:8*

Connecker, Will

7-01:1

"Connections"

9-96:5

Connelley, Kenneth

6-97:1*

Conner, David E.

2-95:1, 8-95:4

Conner, Elizabeth

7-99:1

Conner, Marie

3-98:2

Connor's

5-98:4

Conrad, Lawrence

1-01:3

Conroy, Pat

11-02:2

consciousness, continued

4-03:2

conservation

2-97:5

conservatism, radical

8-03:2

"Constitution and By-Laws Committee Session Planned"

1-94:6

"Contemplations of a Rare Book Conservator" by Scott Kellar

2-97:5

Continental Mark II

10-97:5

"Continent's End"

3-00:1

convents

-Diderot’s opinion of

10-05:10

“Conversations With Jay”, by David Meyer

7-04:4-6

Cook, Frederick

1-03:5-6

Cook, James (Captain)

1-03:1,4, 7-05:8*

-map by

1-03:3*

Cook, Reginald

6-97:1*

Cook County Bar Association

9-99:7

Cooley, Mary Elizabeth

1-01:l,3

Cooper Union Speech

2-04:4

Copernicus, Nicolas

8-96:4, 4-04:8

“Coplas de Jorge Manrique”

11-04:4

Copperfield, David

8-95:6, 10-95:5, 6-05:4

"The Coquettish Doll"

8-95:1

Cord, E.L.

10-97:4

Cord

10-97:7,8*

-Cord 810

10-97:4,5*

-Cord 812

10-97:3*

Corinth Publishers

12-99:6

Corliss Centennial Steam Engine

8-96:5*

Cornelius, Richard M.

3-98:5

Cornelius, Richard M.

"William Jennings Bryan" 3-98:5

Corneille, Pierre

10-04:6

Corneille, Thomas

5-05:5

Cornell College

6-05:1-2

"Correction"

4-95:6, 10-95:3, 7-96:4, 7-97:4, 11-03:7

“Correspondence Litteraire”

10-05:9,10

Corso, Gregory

12-98:5

cotnar

3-96:2

Cotner, Bobby

"How I Spent My Summer Vacation" 8-00:3

Cotner, Dubonnette

7-98:2

Cotner, Duke

3-02:3

Cotner, Holly

8-00:2,3*

Cotner, Jon

3-96:2, 11-96:5, 2-98:2, 8-00:2,3*, 8-01:1, 12-01:13, 9-03:2

Cotner, Jon

"Cloquet Service Station" 11-96:5

Cotner, Norma J.

9-93:2, 5-95:4*, 7-95:2, 8-95:2, 10-95:2, 2-96:4, 3-96:2, 11-96:2, 12-96:2, 2-97:2, 4-97:2, 6-97:1, 12-97:2, 1-98:2,4, 2-98:2, 4-98:2, 8-98:4, 10-98:2, 4-99:5, 7-99:2, 6-00:2, 8-00:2,3*, 5-01:2, 8-01:5*, 10-01:3, 3-03:2, 5-03:7, 10-03:2, 3-04:2, 5-04:2, 7-04:5, 8-04:2,3*,7, 7-05:3

Cotner, Norma

"The Fitzgerald Legend", 11-94:3

Cotner, Robert

11-93:1, 12-93:1, 1-94:1,5,6, 4-94:4, 5-94:4, 6-94:l, 7-94:1*,6, 8-94:5, 9-94:1, 11-94:1,5,6, 12-94:1,3, 1-95:4,6,7, 2-95:1, 3-95:1, 4-95:1,4,6, 5-95:1,3,4*,6, 6-95:1,5, 7-95:1,4,5, 8-95:4,5, 9-95:1,5*, 10-95:4,5, 2-96:4, 3-96:3,5, 5-96:5*, 7-96:4,5, 8-96:3,4,5,6, 11-96:4, 12-96:1,5, 1-97:6, 2-97:6, 4-97:5,6, 5-97:6, 6-97:1,4,5, 7-97:4, 8-97:4, 11-97:3, 12-97:7, 1-98:3,4,5,7, 2-98:3,4,5,6*, 4-98:6,8, 5-98:6*, 6-98:7, 7-98:1,3*, 8-98:1,3,4*, 9-98:4, 3-99:1,6*, 4-99:5*, 5-99:6, 6-99:5,7, 7-99:2,7, 9-99:2, 11-99:7, 12-99:3*,7, 1-00:7, 2-00:7, 4-00:6, 5-00:3, 6-00:7, 8-00:2,3*,7*,8, 10-00:2*,7, 11-00:7, 12-00:2,7, 3-01:2, 5-01:3*, 6-01:7, 8-01:5*,7, 10-01:3,7, 12-01:13,15, 2-02:1, 3-02:7*, 4-02:2, 5-02:2, 7-02:7, 8-02:8, 9-02:2, 10-02:7, 12-02:3, 2-03:7, 5-03:7, 7-03:3,8*, 10-03:2, 11-03:6*, 12-03:12, 5-04:2,7, 6-04:2, 7-04:5, 8-04:1,2,6,7,8*, 7-05:3, see also "Musings"

Cotner, Robert

“Abraham Lincoln” 2-04:1,4-5

"Beside the River" 5-96:5

"Caxton Council Completes Impressive Year of Business", 7-94:1

"Caxtonian Paul F. Gehl Departs for Italy" 9-93:4

"Caxtonian Stanlis Speaks" 9-97:7

"Chicago's Studs Terkel is Honored" 12-97:1,5

"A Cruise in Time and Spirit" 11-98:7

"Development Committee Co-Chairs Named" 11-93:4

"Dr. Kittle and Dr. Doyle" 3-97:1,3,5

"Early Bust of Robert Frost" 4-97:4

"Elmer Gertz: In the Eye of Many Legal Storms" 8-94:1

"Exhibition Committee Creates Collection Survey" 5-98:7

"FABS Plan Set" 9-97:7

"F. Scott Fitzgerald" 8-01:1,3

“First Grandchild” 3-02:3

"First Meeting of FABS Scheduled for February" 1-95:7

"Four American Writers of the 1920s" 8-01:1,3, 9-01:1,6,7, 10-01:1,6, 11-

01:1,6

"Harold E. 'Fritz' Whitehall" 7-94:3

"Hawaiian Country Club" 11-96:3

"Henry Adams, a Friend for All Time" 9-98:5

"Holiday Revels" 1-98:4

“Hymns” 7-02:4-5

“I Leave You, My Love” 2-02:3

"In a Jewish Cemetery Near Chicago" 4-96:3

"Janet Lewis" 3-99:1,4,6

“Jay Marshall” 7-05:1-3

“John Marshall” 10-02:1,3,4,5

"Jottings From One Collection" 10-01:3

"Langston Hughes" 9-01:1,6

"Late Summer Meeting Launches New Year" 9-93:1

"Lindbergh First Editions" 7-97:6

"Lines Composed on American Indian Effigy Mounds" 7-00:3, 7-04:8

"Longfellow" 7-00:1,4

"Making and Keeping Dinner Reservations" 3-94:4

"Melville J. Herskovits" 2-96:1

"Musings" always p. 2

"1993-94 Caxton Club, Council and Centennial Meetings" 9-93:4

"Oak Park Honors Caxtonian Ballinger" 7-96:5

"Of Automobiles, Books, and a Genius" 10-97:1,4,5

"Of Nature, Books and Our Inheritance of Friendships" 5-01:1,4,5

"Of the Love of Books" 7-97:5

"On the Disposition of One of the World's Great Collections" 7-01:6

"Parrington Chronology" 8-94:4

"A Passion for Books" 5-96:l

“A Reader Summoned by the World from his Book” 1-02:2

"Remembering McCutcheon's Memorable Fall Piece" 11-94:3

"Remembrance" 5-96:1

"Robert Frost" 10-01:1,6

"Robinson Jeffers" 3-00:1,6

“Sable Friend” 2-02:3

"Scholar Espoused a Life of the Mind" 2-96:3

“Shadow Partners” 1-03:7

"A Shakespeare Sort of Summer" 9-93:2

"The State of the Club:1994" 7-94:4

"Sutter Curates Exhibit" 6-94:4

“There Is But One Child” 3-02:3, 8-04:3

"To See the World in a Grain of Sand" 6-97:3

"A Tribute to Jesse Stuart" 11-99:5

untitled verse 7-94:4, 9-94:2

"Vachel Lindsay" 7-99:1,3,4

"A Verse for Our Centennial" 2-95:3

"A Very Special Caxton Gathering" 7-98:3

"A Visual Essay for Arbor Day" 4-98:7

“V.L.Parrington” 11-01:1,6

"Walt Whitman" 8-96:1,6

"William Cullen Bryant" 11-00:1,3

see also book reviews, obituaries

“Cotner Resigns as Caxtonian Editor”

5-04:7

Cotton Club

2-98:1*

Cottrell Color Press

9-01:5*

Coules, Bert

4-02:5

"Council Approves Slate for l996-97"

5-96:8

"Council Ends Year With Policy Changes"

9-95:1

"Council Honors Cotner for Centennial Leadership" by Frank J. Piehl

2-96:4

"Council Makes Changes in Caxton Meetings"

1-94:5

"Council Names 2001 Nominating Committee"

3-01:3

"Council to Work Double-Time Toward Centennial"

11-94:5

"Council Votes to Change Holiday Meeting Dates"

10-93:1

“Count of Darkness” series

9-03:12-13

“Count of Darkness: A Great Writer’s Least-Read Work”, by Dan Crawford

9-03:12-13

"Counter"

8-95:6, 12-95:4

"The Counterfeiters"

6-01:1,4

Country Mayo

1-99:7

Courtenay, John

9-04:7

“The Courtier”

10-05:3,10

“The Courtship of Miles Standish and Other Poems”

11-04:11

Cousins, Norman

1-99:2

Coventry, Kim

4-94:4, 4-95:5, 8-95:4, 12-95:4, 5-96:8, 4-98:4,8, 5-98:7, 6-98:7, 7-98:8, 5-99:1, 7-99:7, 5-00:2, 6-00:7, 12-00:7, 3-01:3, 10-01:8, 12-01:11,15, 2-02:4*, 4-02:7*, 7-02:5, 8-02:4,7, 2-03:7, 3-03:5, 5-03:7, 2-04:7,8, 3-04:8, 4-04:7, 7-04:5, 9-04:9, 6-05:5*,8

Coventry, Kim

“Caxton Exhibition” 12-02:1,6,7

"Donnelley Family and Caxton Club" 4-98:1,4

"Exhibition Committee Plans" 5-99:1,5

"Exhibition Requires Caxtonians' Involvement" 5-01:7

“Keith Preston” 12-01:10-11

“Landmark Exhibit” 3-05:1-2,4-6

“Making the Club’s 1905 Leaf Book” 3-05:3

Covici, Pascal

12-99:1

cowboys

9-03:5

Cowden, Ray

1-01:4

Cowens, Nat

11-00:4

Cowler, Rosemary

1-01:8

Cowley, Malcolm

7-96:2

Cox, Hyde

12-93:2

Cozzen, Peter

5-95:6, 6-95:6

Crace, Jim

1-03:2

"The Craftsman and the Punchcutter"

9-95:5

“Craig Jobson and the Lark Sparrow Press” by Robert McCamant

9-02:11

Craige, William A.

2-98:7

Craigie House

7-00:1,3,5,7, 11-04:6,9

Cram, Norman

9-94:5, 12-96:3, 5-97:5, 4-98:4, 3-01:3, 9-05:4

Cramer, Ambrose, Jr.

2-03:5

Crandall, Carol

5-00:6

Crane, Hart

10-95:1

Cratchit, Bob

-in motion pictures

12-02:8*-9*

Cratchit, Mrs.

12-02:9

Crawford, Dan

4-95:6, 4-97:3, 10-98:4, 5-99:6, 6-99:5, 11-99:7, 8-00:7, 10-00:7, 11-00:7, 5-01:7, 8-01:7, 10-01:8, 12-01:15, 2-02:4, 4-02:8, 5-02:7, 6-02:7, 8-02:7-8, 2-03:7, 3-03:5, 5-03:6,7, 6-03:7, 8-03:6, 3-04:6, 7-04:5, 10-04:5, 12-04:7, 4-05:15, 6-05:10*, 7-05:8, 8-05:8, 9-05:8

Crawford, Dan

“Caxton Club to Auction” 11-01:7

“Centuries in Verse” 11-03:3,5

"Chicago: The World Capital of Fantasy" 12-99:1,6-7

“Count of Darkness” 9-03:12-13

“Etiquette and the Caxton Diner” 5-05:2

"Floriography, Emily, and the True Meaning of the Rose" 5-99:1,4

"Flower Language, B.C. (Before Charlotte)" 8-01:6

“Gryffindor Wins the Cup!” 1-04:1,6

"If You Weren't There, You Missed It" 1-01:7

“In the Matter of Robert Cratchit, Esq.” 12-02:8-9

“Love for Sale” 3-03:5

“Musing on Robert” 8-04:7

“Nigh Famous” 8-05:1-3,8

“Primitive History” 8-03:6-7

“A Sandburg First Edition” 7-04:6-7

"Universal Knowledge" 6-01:5

“Up Your Bid!” 2-02:5

“Volume Marketing” 3-04:6

"Well, Well, Welles" 3-99:3

"Ya Shoulda Bin There" 1-00:6

“Years Ago” 11-01:4

“You Bid On Mine” 4-05:13

see also book reviews, obituaries

Creasman, Ralph

5-97:1*,5

Crerar Library

5-97:5

"The Cricket"

3-99:2

Cricket Hill

9-96:4, 9-97:3, 4-98:3

Crile, Helga Sandburg

See Sandburg, Helga

“A Critical Dissertation on the Poems of Ossian”

1-05:9

Crompton & Kroll

7-04:7

Cromwell, Oliver

2-99:6

Cromwell, Thomas

6-05:5

Cromwell Tympan

7-01:5*

Cronkite, Walter

11-97:2

Crook, Steven

10-98:7

"Croquis Lithographique"

11-99:3*

Crosby, John

8-94:4, 9-94:3, 12-97:6

Crosby Hall

8-94:4, 9-94:3-4

“The Cross of Snow”, by Henry W. Longfellow

11-04:11-12

“Crossing Brooklyn Ferry”

9-03:8

Crow, Kim

3-03:3*

Crow Island, MA

12-93:2

Crowell, Thomas Y.

11-01:4

Crowl, Samuel

5-99:8, 7-01:1, 6-03:5-6

Crowl, Samuel

"Shakespeare on Film: An Update" 10-00:6

Crowl, Susan

7-01:1

Crowley, Aleister

9-97:1, 12-00:4, 4-04:4, 11-04:16

"A Cruise In Time and Spirit Into Maryland's Early History" by Robert Cotner

11-98:7

Crummell, Alexander

2-96:3*,5, 12-00:2

Crump, Paul

9-95:6

Cuba

8-98:1,5,6, 9-98:3,6, 10-98:3,6

Cuchulain's buttocks

6-98:3,4

Cudahy, Jean Martin

4-98:3

Cullen, Charles T.

2-95:1,4*, 5-95:4, 8-95:5, 1-97:5, 6-97:4, 1-98:7, 3-00:5, 8-02:4,7, 5-03:7, 9-05:3

Cullen, Charles T.

letter 3-97:7

Cullen, Countee

4-94:5, 2-98:5

Cullen, Countee

"Harlem Wine" 2-98:5

"Culmination of a Cuban Pilgrimage: A Tour of Hemingway's Finca Vigia" by Kenneth H. Paterson

10-98:3,6

“Cumulative Book Index”

9-04:10

Cunnington Press

9-02:1,3

Cup and Balls trick

5-03:8

“The Curious Incident of a Dog in the Night-Time”

9-05:7

Curry, Tim

12-02:8

Cusack, Dick

4-00:6

Cushman, Kerri

3-04:6, 4-04:1*,6

Cutler-Shaw, Joyce

1-05:5

“The Cycle of Books: A Never-Ending Exploration” by Nicholas A. Basbanes

12-01:1,8

Cyder Press

1-01:4

“Cyrano de Bergerac”

10-04:4-7

“Cyrano, Rostand, Moliere, and Plagiarism”, by Pierre ferrand

10-04:4-7

D

D-Day

6-04:16

da Bisticci, Vespasianio

1-00:1

da Montefeltro, Federigo

1-00:1

da Montefeltro, Guidobaldo

1-00:1

da Ponte, Lorenzo

5-05:5,8

da Vinci, Leonardo

4-95:4, 5-03:3

“The Da Vinci Code”

5-03:2-3

DaBoll, Raymond F.

7-98:6, 3-01:1, 9-01:4*

DaBoll, Raymond F.

"Modern Tendencies in Lettering" 9-01:4-5

Daedalus, Stephen

6-98:2

Dahlberg, Peder

8-95:4, 5-96:8, 6-96:6

Daiches, David

9-96:3

Daisy

5-99:4

d’Alembert, Jean Le Rond

10-05:7

Daley, Richard M.

7-94:4, 1-95:2,3, 9-00:1*, 10-00:5, 11-03:6*

Daley, Richard M.

Letter 9-03:3

Dallas Co. Historical Foundation

11-97:2

D'Ambrosio, Joseph J.

8-95:5, 9-95:6, 5-99:3

"La Damnation de Faust"

9-99:3

Dampier, William

7-03:4

"Dan Lang of River St. Press Honored at June Caxton Club Dinner Meeting"

7-95:5

Dana, Charles

9-03:7

Dana, Richard H., Jr.

1-94:3, 12-97:7, 4-05:l

Dance of Death

6-05:12, 9-05:8, 10-05:12

Dangler, David

9-04:11

Dangler, David W.

5-95:5, 10-97:6, 9-04:11*

Dangler, Henry

2-03:4,5

Daniel, Lewis C.

1-97:3

Daniels, Molly

7-96:5

Danse Macabre

6-05:12, 9-05:8

"Dante"

4-00:1*

Dante Alighieri

1-97:2, 4-00:1*,4,6, 7-00:5,7, 10-01:l, 4-03:6

"Dante Alighieri, Guido Cavalcanti, et. al."

1-98:6

Dante Club

7-00:7

Dante Society of America

7-00:1,5,7

"Dante's Influence on Michelangelo", by Ed Quattrocchi

4-00:4-5

D'Aquilla, Diane

7-01:3*

Dark Ages

6-04:2

“Dark Laughter”

6-05:2*

Darreau, Norbert

12-01:7

Darrell, Larry

9-97:2

Darrow, Clarence

11-95:4, 8-97:5, 3-98:1*,4*,5,7*

Darrow Bridge

3-98:7

Dartmouth Bible

5-00:3

Dartmouth College

6-94:6, 6-97:4, 11-05:2

"Darwin"

6-01:2

Darwin, Charles

2-99:6, 6-01:2-3*, 9-03:5,11

Das Gupta, Tapas K.

10-04:10

"David John McKitterick to Speak at Northwestern"

4-95:6

Davidman-Gresham, Joy

3-94:1

Davidson, Donald

6-97:1*

Davidson, Suzette Morton

5-94:3, 5-97:3, 4-98:3,7, 7-98:6, 5-01:7, 12-02:2*, 2-03:4,5

Davies, Owen

11-00:4

Davis, Elmer

4-02:6

Davis, Frank

3-02:6

Davis, T.O.

10-98:4

Davis, Tom

3-98:2

Dawson, Mr.

2-99:4

Dawson, Charles Gates

-house 12-00:6

Day, Dennis

12-02:9

Day, Kinglsey

10-04:12, 11-04:16

"A Day in the Life of Old Japan"

10-96:5

"A Day With the Cow Column"

12-93:3

Dayton, TN

3-98:2

“De Aetna”

10-05:1,5

de Beauvoir, Simone

5-00:1,5,6

de Bergerac, Cyrano

10-04:4-7

-fictional version

10-04:4*,5*,6*

de Bevotte, Gendarme

5-05:7

de Claramonte, Andes

5-05:3

De Fritas, Wilfred

9-97:8

de Ghelderode, Michel

5-05:7

de Girardin, Delphine

10-99:4

de Hamel, Christopher

2-04:7, 4-04:7, 9-04:9*, 2-05:10,12, 3-05:1,4,6,8, 4-05:16, 6-05:5,6*

de Hamel, Christopher

“Single Leaves 6-05:5-10

“De Historia Planatarum”

11-03:4*


“De humani corporis fabrica”

6-05:12

de Jacuare, Chevalier

10-05:8

"De l'Allemagne"

2-01:6

de la Tour, Charlotte

8-01:6

de l’Ecluse, Carolus

6-03:4

de Maupassant, Guy

3-02:4

de Medici, Giuliano

8-95:3

de Medici, Lorenzo

8-95:3

de Musset, Alphonse

5-02:5, 10-05:2

de Manara, Don Miguel

5-05:6

de Molina, Tirso

9-05:3*

de Montherlant, Henry

5-05:7

de Nerval, Gerard

9-99:3

de Pisan, Christine

2-01:1

de Rais, Gilles

3-01:6

de Rivere, Jose

8-98:2

de Saussure, Horace Benedict

1-03:5

de Sauty, Alfred

10-93:3, 12-02:6

de Soto, Inez

9-98:3

de Stael, Mme.

2-00:6

de Unamono, Miguel

5-05:7

de Worde, Wynkyn

6-96:3

Dealers Press

5-97:5

Dearden

6-05:9

“Death as a Streetwalker”

5-05:7

"Death in the Afternoon"

7-96:3*

"The Death of the Hired Hand"

3-96:2

Debes, Lucas

11=98:4,5

Debs, Eugene V.

3-98:1

Decalogue Society of Lawyers

11-97:1

deCamp, L. Sprague

12-98:1

Decca Records

7-04:6-7

"December Meeting Note"

9-93:3

"Decollation of John Baptist"

12-00:7

DeCroissey, Francis

3-02:1*

"Dedication at Wheaton College Concludes Caxton Centennial Year"

1-96:4

“Dedication of the New Building”

12-03:10*

Deere, John

10-03:2

Deering, Charles

3-00:4

DeGraff, Kathryn

9-93:3,4, 1-95:4, 5-95:3*, 1-96:4, 9-97:3, 5-98:7, 12-00:7, 8-01:7, 5-03:7, 6-03:7, 7-04:5, 10-04:12, 11-04:16, 12-04:8

DeGraff, Kathryn

“Exhibition Catalogs” 7-03:5

exhibition notices 11-02:7

del Campo, Estanislao

9-99:6, 9-03:4

"Del Significatio de Colori e de Mozzelli"

8-01:6

Delaney, Mr.

5-01:1

DeLillo, Don

1-05:8

Dell, Floyd

5-02:4

Delly, John G.

9-93:4, 3-96:7

Delphian (typeface)

1-00:4

Demetrius of Phaleron

5-97:4

democracy

8-01:2, 7-04:2

"Democracy and Change in the Caxton Club" by Frank J. Piehl

6-95:5

Dempsey, Mary A.

9-94:6, 9-00:1, 10-00:5,7, 8-03:7

Denali

1-03:5-6

Denali’s Wife

1-03:6

“Denis Diderot and the Encyclopedie” by Pierre Ferrand

10-05:6-10

Dennis, Charles

5-94:3

Dennis, Rodney

8-00:8

Denslow, W.W.

12-94:4, 2-95:5

Department of Printing Arts

7-98:4

DePaul University

3-94:3, 5-95:4, 6-99:9, 12-04:8

Derleth, August

12-98:1

“Le derniere nuit de Don Juan”

10-04:5, 5-05:7

Derrido, Jacques

4-01:6

"Description of the Islands and Inhabitants of Foeroe"

11-98:4

"A Descriptive Catalogue of the Etchings and Drypoints of James Abbott McNeill Whistler"

1-96:5*

design

7-98:1,6, 12-01:5

-Thirties

9-01:4-5

desk, rolltop

12-96:2

DeSimone, Dan

8-02:4

DeSouza, Marc

7-05:2

d’Este, Alfonso

10-05:3-4

“Destination Moon”

1-05:5

Detterer, Ernst

4-94:4, 9-94:1, 12-94:2, 9-95:2, 7-98:4, 10-98:1,7, 1-05:11

development

4-94:2

"Development Committee Co-Chairs Named" by Robert Cotner

11-93:4

"Development Committee Launches Second Century Fund Program"

12-94:1

"Development Success Story"

2-01:7

DeVinne, Theodore Low

3-94:4, 7-98:7

Dewey, John

2-02:5

DeWoskin, David

4-94:3

Dexter, Wirt

1-98:1

“The Dial” (1840-44)

12-03:8, 4-05:3-4

"Dialogo"

2-00:2,3*,7

“Diary of a Seducer”

5-05:8

Diaz, Orlando

9-98:3,6

Diaz, Porfirio

8-04:4

Dick, Jane Warner

2-03:4

Dick, Phillip K.

12-99:6

Dickens, Charles

12-93:1, 12-94:3,4, 12-02:8-9, 12-04:8

Dickens Fellowship

9-96:4

Dickinson, Donald C.

11-94:5

Dickinson, Emily

3-99:5, 5-99:1,4

“Dictionaire de Trevaux”

10-05:8

Diderot, Denis

10-05:6*-10

Dieterle, Louise

5-04:7

Dietrich, Ray

10-97:1

Digger, Carl

6-94:4

dining

4-95:2

"Dinner Programs"

always on the last page

by Tom Joyce, 9-93 to 8-95, by Karen A. Skubish 9-95 to 8-97, by C. Fred Kittle 9-97 to 8-99, by Kenneth H. Paterson 9-99 to 6-00, by James Tomes 6-00 to 9-01, by Peggy Sullivan 9-01 to 8-03, by Robert McCamant, 9-03 to 8-04, by George Leonard 9-04 to 8-05, by Paul T. Ruxin 9-05 to present

DiNunzio, Miriam

7-99:7

Diogenes (type)

9-02:6

Dionne, Colleen

3-94:4, 5-99:6, 11-99:7, 1-00:6

Dionne, Colleen

"Caxtonian Exults" 3-96:5

Dirda, Michael

11-98:8, 4-00:7

"Director of Folger Library to Speak in September"

9-96:5

“Disbound and Dispersed”

3-05:4*

"The Discoverie of Witchcraft"

1-94:4

“Discovery and Selection of Gao Xingjian in the Year 2000” by Junie L. Sinson

11-02:1,4-5

Disraeli, Benjamin

1-00:3

"Ditie de Jehanne d'Arc"

2-01:1

"Divine Comedy"

4-00:1,4,6, 7-00:5,7*, 11-04:13, see also “Commedia”

“Divine Tragedy”

11-04:13

“Divinity School Address”

7-03:3*, 12-03:6-7*

Djerba

6-99:3

"Dr. Faust"

3-01:3

"Dr. Faustus"

9-99:6

"Dr. Kittle and Dr. Doyle: Kinsmen Through Medicine and Belle Letters"by Robt. Cotner

9-97:1,3,5

Dr. Rare

8-04:4

Doctorow, E.L.

5-03:1, 1-05:7

Dodge, Katherine Sturges

7-95:4

Dodoens, Rembert

6-03:1

Dodson, Lisa

12-02:9*

Dofobius

4-99:1

DOFOBS

4-99:1,4, 5-99:6

"DOFOBS Preview Stanlis Program on Robert Frost", by JoAnn Baumgartner

7-00:6

"The DOFOBS: The Second Generation Book Society in Chicago" by Frank J. Piehl

5-99:3,6

Doheny, Estelle

11-94:5, 9-99:5, 11-01:5

Doherty, Matthew

8-95:4, 7-98:6, 1-00:4, 5-00:2, 6-00:7, 9-00:7, 8-01:7, 10-01:7, 6-02:2, 8-02:5,8, 2-03:7, 5-03:7, 6-05:8*

Doherty, Matthew

"Hermann Zapf Honored" 3-01:1,3

“Wood Type” 6-02:4-5

Dohnanyi, Natalie von

10-96:6

Dohnanyi, Oliver von

10-96:6

Dole, Nathan Haskell

4-99:4

“Doing Research at the Ransom Center” by Suzanne Pruchnicki

7-05:8

Dom, the

9-95:4

Dominican University

9-04:2

“Don Giovanni”

10-04:5, 5-05:1,5,8

Don Juan

10-04:5, 4-05:1,7-8

"Don Juan and Faust"

9-99:3

“Don Juan aux Enfers”

5-05:7

“Don Juan: Evolucion dramatica del mito”

5-05:7

“Die Don Juan Gestalt”

5-05:7

“Don Juan In Hell”

5-05:7

“Don Juan Tenorio”

5-05:6

“Don Juan, oder, die Liebe fur Geometrie”

5-05:7

“Don Juan, or, The Love for Geometry”

5-05:7

“Don Juan, ou, le Festin de Pierre”

5-05:8

“Don Juan und Faust”

5-05:6

“Don Segundo Sombra”

9-03:5

Donald, David H.

2-04:2

Donaldson, Scott

7-01:7

Donne, John

2-97:3

Donnelley, Elliott

5-95:6, 4-98:1, 12-02:6

Donnelley, Gaylord

1-95:6, 2-95:5, 5-95:6, 6-97:1, 4-98:1, 12-02:6

--and Dorothy Foundation

1-95:6, 5-03:6

--Memorial Library

3-94:3, l-95:6, 4-98:1*,4,6

Donnelley, James R.

9-94:1, 2-95:1,3, 5-95:6, 1-97:6, 4-98:1,4,8, 11-99:7, 1-01:7, 3-03:5

Donnelley, Richard Robert

1-94:5, 9-94:1, 3-95:5, 4-98:1, 7-04:5, 8-05:7

Donnelley, R.R. & Sons Co.

10-93:1, 11-93:3, 1-94:3,5, 2-94:3, 9-94:1*, 11-94:5, 1-95:6 (logo), 2-95:1,3, 3-95:1, 4-95:3, 5-95:6, 6-95:1,4, 7-95:1, 2-97:3, 9-97:3, 12-97:7, 4-96:1,8, 8-99:1,4, 1-00:8, 5-01:7, 12-02:6,7, 5-03:7, 9-04:9, 4-05:13

-Extra Bindery

10-93:3, 6-95:1,4

see also Lakeside Press

Donnelley, Shawn

5-95:6, 8-95:4, 1-97:6, 4-98:1, 5-99:8, 6-00:7, 9-00:7

Donnelley, Thomas E.

11-93:3, 1-94:5, 9-94:1, 3-95:5, 8-95:4, 4-98:1,7, 9-99:6, 3-05:3

Donnelley, Thomas E. II

9-94:1, 11-95:5, 3-95:1, 5-95:6, 4-98:1

"Donnelley & Caxton Club Join Again in Publishing Venture" by Robert Cotner

9-94:1

"Donnelley Family & Caxton Club: Five Generations of Involvement" by Kim

Coventry

4-98:1

"Donnelley's 1930 Production of Thoreau's Walden is Among the Finest", by Claire Badaracco

8-99:1,4

Donohue, M.A.

12-99:1

“Donors to 2002 Challenge Fund”

5-03:3,6

“Don’t Forget the Newberry Book Fair”

7-03:4

Dooley, Martin

1-99:5

"Dora's Book"

1-94:4

Dore, Gustave

10-99:1

Dorsett, Lyle

3-94:1

Double Elephant Press

9-02:7

Douglas, Stephen A.

8-94:6, 2-04:4*

Dove, Rita

8-02:5, 5-03:1, 1-05:7

Downer, John

3-05:6

Doyle, Adelaide

6-99:3

Doyle, Arthur Conan

3-97: 1,2,4,5,7*, 5-98:3, 8-00:4, 5-01:6, 8-01:4, 3-02:5, 4-02:4, 5-04:1

Doyle, Charles Altamont

3-97:3,7

Doyle, Denis Conan

3-97:3

Doyle, Henry

3-97:7

Doyle, James

3-97:3

Doyle, Jean

3-97:3,7

Doyle, John

3-97:7

Doyle, Peter

9-03:10

Doyle, Richard

3-97:3,7, 6-99:3

"Doyle Influenced by English & American Literature" by Ely Liebow

3-97:4,5

drama reviews

"Henry IV" 7-01:2-3

(?) 4-01:2

Drendel, William

6-94:6, 4-95:4, 5-95:5, 6-95:1, 12-95:4, 5-97:6, 5-98:7, 7-98:6, 10-98:6, 9-99:7, 2-00:7, 3-00:7, 4-00:8, 5-00:7, 12-00:7, 5-01:7, 8-01:7, 8-02:4,7, 11-02:7, 12-01:1,2, 2-03:7, 3-03:5, 5-03:7, 11-03:6, 12-03:12, 3-04:6, 5-04:8, 7-04:5

Drendel, William

Letter 10-01:7

"Drendel to Show in England"

10-98:6

Drew, Elizabeth

6-97:1*

Drewes, Tom

9-94:1, 8-95:4, 1-97:6, 7-98:8, 11-01:7, 12-01:15, 2-02:5, 5-04:5, 7-04:5, 6-05:11

Dreyer, Carl

3-01:6

Dreyfus, Richard

3-98:4

Drinkwater, John

2-04:7, 11-05:8

Driver, Tom

6-98:5

Drouillard, George

10-03:2

“The Drowned and the Saved”

8-03:4-5*

“Drum-Taps”

9-03:9-10

Dryden, John

7-01:6, 8-04:6, 8-05:5

Dryden Folio

8-04:6*

Dubie, Aron

7-00:5

DuBois, W.E.B.

2-96:3, 3-98:3, 12-00:2

Duensing, Paul

9-95:3, 10-98:7

Duesenberg

10-97:1*,4,6*,7*

Duff, E. (Edmund) Gordon

12-93:3, 6-94:4, 9-99:5,6, 3-05:1,3,6, 6-05:9

Duff, Jane

3-05:3

Dulac, Edmund

12-94:4

Dumas, Alexandre

3-03:7, 5-05:6

Dumler, Ann

4-95:3*, 8-95:4, 5-97:6

Dunbar, Paul Laurence

1-94:1*, 5-98:4

Duncan, Harry

3-94:1, 9-02:1,3

Dunea, George

5-03:7, 7-04:5

Dunea, Mary S.

7-04:5

Dunlap, Ellen

4-02:8

Dunlevy, John

5-04:7, 9-04:9

Dunn, Harvey

1-98:1

Dunn, James Byrne

1-99:5

Dunn, Paul

7-01:3*

Dunne, Dennis

1-99:5

Dunne, Finley Peter

1-99:5

Dunster House Bookshop

11-05:7,9

Duodecimos

9-97:6, 7-98:7

Dupin, Aurora

See Sand, George

Duponloup, Msgr.

3-01:4

DuPriest, Maggie

10-04:1

Durand, Asher B.

11-00:3

Durrell, Lawrence

1-97:1,4

Duschnes, Philip C.

9-04:4

dustjackets

11-99:1,4*

"A Dutch Christmas Up the Hudson in the Time of Patroons" by Herman Melville

12-95:5

duty

8-03:1,4-5

"Duty"

7-01:2

“The Duty of Memory: Through Hell With Dignity”, by Pierre Ferrand

8-03:1,4-5

Duyckinck, Evert A.

12-95:5, 6-04:12,14

Dvorak, Antonin

7-00:4

Dwiggins, W.A.

1-94:3, 8-99:1

Dwyer, Jeff

9-02:5

Dyba, Tom

5-99:3

Dykema, Judith K.

1-97:6

Dyson family

8-00:5

E

EAR

5-04:4

"Early Black Leader Alexander Crummell in Herskovits Library" by David L. Easterbrook

2-96:5

"Early Bust of Robert Frost on Display at Jekyll Island" by Robert Cotner

4-97:4

"Early Newspapers in Illinois"

7-98:7

“Early Type Specimens in the Plantin-Moretus Museum”

5-05:10

East Noble Schools

2-00:7

East/West Association

4-01:4

Eastaway, Edward

11-05:12-13

Easterbrook, David L.

5-95:3, 6-95:1, 11-95:6, 1-96:4,6, 2-96:1,6, 6-96:6, 5-97:6, 6-98:6, 7-98:6, 7-99:7, 5-00:2, 6-00:7, 12-00:7, 8-02:4,7, 5-03:7

Easterbrook, David L.

"Early Black Leader Alexander Crummell" 2-96:5

Eastman, Dwight

1-05:8

Eastman, Max

10-99:1

“Eats Shoots and Leaves”

12-04:6

eBay

11-01:7

Eberhard, Martin

1-00:8

"Echo's Bones"

6-98:5*

Eckerd College

10-00:7

Eckhart, Charles

10-97:7

Eckhart, Ruth

6-02:2

ecology

5-03:4

Economy Bookstore

11-00:4

Eddy, Augustus N.

1-95:5

Eddy, George Simpson

2-98:7

Edgar, James

6-97:1*

"Edgar Allan Poe Had Links to the Caxton Club in Club's Early Years" by Frank J. Piehl

5-98:5-6

“Edgar Rice Burroughs: Not Just Tarzan” by Florence Shay

12-04:1,3-4

Edgerton, Harold E.

12-95:6

"Edgerton Photo Show Now at Library Center"

12-95:6

Edison, Thomas

5-01:5

editions

9-03:6,7

-limited

11-04:13-14

Editions de la Pleiade

12-01:7

"Editorial Board Formed"

3-96:5

Edling, Tracy

5-95:4

"Edmond Halley Left Legacies in Astronomy and Cartography" by Kenneth Nebenzahl

6-96:1

education

8-96:1, 4-00:2, 6-02:2, 11-03:2

education by poetry

1-01:4

Edvardien, Erik H.

Letter 7-03:5

Edwards, Alfred

9-03:15

Edwards, James

6-05:8

Edwards, Tommy

7-05:5

Egede, Hans

12-98:3

Ehrenberg, Ralph

5-04:8, 6-04:16

Eichenberg, Fritz

12-94:4

Eilean Donna Castle

8-01:8*

Einstein, Albert

11-02:6

Einstein, Alfred

5-05:8

Eiseley, Loren

6-96:2, 9-96:3, 7-03:2

Eisenberg, Linda Sorkin

5-95:5

Eisenschiml, Otto

5-00:6

“Elective Affinities”

11-01:5

"An Elegy Wrote in a Country Church Yard"

5-96:1

“Elementale introcutorium Hebreas litteras”

8-03:8*

elevator incident

6-97:4

Elias, Ellen

5-04:7

Eliot, T.S.

4-95:4, 2-01:2, 3-02:4, 4-02:6, 11-02:6

Elizabeth (wife of George VI of England)

7-03:6

Elizabeth I

11-03:5*

Ellenport, Sam

9-05:8, 10-05:12, 11-05:16

Elliott, Scott

4-95:1

Ellis, Richard

10-03:7

Ellison, Fanny

2-94:2

Ellison, Ralph

2-94:2, 8-97:2, 7-03:2

Ellsworth, James W.

10-93:3, 5-94:3, 11-94:5, 12-94:5, 1-95:5, 3-95:4, 9-97:6, 1-98:3, 9-99:6, 11-01:7

Ellsworth, Lincoln

10-93:3

"Elmer Gertz: In the Eye of Many Legal Storms" by Robert Cotner

8-94:1

Elon, Amos

8-03:2,3

Elston, Bob

5-04:2

Ely, Timothy C.

9-02:4

“Emancipation in the West Indies”

12-03:8*

"Emerging Japanese Superstate"

10-00:3

Emerson (type)

9-02:7

Emerson, Ellen Tucker

12-03:4

Emerson, Lidia

12-03:5

Emerson, Ralph W.

2-94:2, 3-95:2, 11-95:2, 5-96:2, 8-96:5, 1-97:2, 3-98:2, 10-98:2, 2-99:2,3,7, 11-00:3, 5-01:3,4, 5-03:2, 7-03:2,3*, 9-03:6,7,8,11, 12-03:1*, 4-11, 4-05:1,2,4,7,10

-home

2-99:3*

-tombstone

2-99:3*

Emjayzee

"The Owl" 7-00:3

Encyclopaedia Britannica

1-04:6, 10-05:7

encyclopedias

10-05:7

“Encyclopedie, ou, Dictionnaire Raisonne des Sciences, des Arts, et des Metiers”

10-05:6-9*,10

"Endless Amusements"

11-93:3

“End-of-Year Giving Pleases”

2-04:7

"Endurance"

11-98:4, 2-01:4

Endurance

2-01:2,3*,4*,5

"Enemies Are Human"

9-99:1*,4

Enfield

12-01:5

Engdahl, George

4-01:6, 7-04:5

Engdahl, Horace

11-02:5, 3-04:4*,7

Engle, Clyde

10-93:4

English, Jane

12-00:5

“English Traits”

12-03:3*

"The English Works of Thomas More"

4-94:1

Enright, Maginel Wright

7-95:4

“Enten Eller”

5-05:8

Epstein, Daniel Mark

7-04:2,3

Epstein, Dena

10-03:8

Epstein, Jason

10-03:3

Epstein, Raymond

5-96:4, 1-00:6, 5-03:6, 7-03:7, 12-04:7, 4-05:13

Epstein, Saul

4-99:5

equality

8-01:2

Erasmus, Desiderius

5-94:1

Erbacher Hof

9-95:4

Erdman, David

7-02:4

Erdrich, Louise

1-05:8, 3-05:7

Eric the Red

12-98:5

"Eric Gill, Englishman and Typographer", by Bruce Beck

4-00:7

Erickson, Rolf

1-94:5, 9-94:1, 2-95:2, 8-96:4, 4-99:5

--Memorial Walk

8-96:4

Ernst, Morris

11-97:7

Eschenbach, Christoph

10-98:2

Escrich, Jose Miquel Diaz

9-98:3

Espenshade, Edward

1-03:3

Espmark, Kjell

4-01:6, 11-02:4, 12-02:5

esprit de corps

11-03:2

Espronceda, Jose de

5-05:6

essays

10-98:2

“Essays”

12-03:7*

“Essays, Second Series”

12-03:8*

“Est-il bon? Est-il mechant?”

10-05:10

Estienne, Henri

2-97:5

“El Estudiante de Salamanca”

5-05:6

"Et Nunc Manot in Te"

6-01:1

etching

10-96:5

“Etiquette and the Caxtonian Dinner” by Dan Crawford

5-05:2

Etretat

3-02:4

"Eugene Field: A Biographical Essay"

10-00:7

"Eugene Field and His Books: The Frank J. Piehl Exhibition" by Alice Schreyer

12-94:5

"Eureka"

5-98:1,6*, 12-99:4*, 6-04:14*

European culture

5-02:2

Eusebius (typeface)

9-94:1, 12-94:2,3, 4-95:3, 9-95:2,3, 7-98:5, 10-98:1,7, 1-00:4,5

Evangeline

7-00:5

"Evangeline"

7-00:1, 11-04:10,11*

Evangeline Oak Park

7-00:5*

Evanion, Henry

5-05:11

Evanoff, Michael

9-93:3, 6-02:7, 8-02:8, 5-03:1.7, 1-05:7

Evans, Bergen

9-03:16

Evans, Colleen Townsend

9-98:2

Evans, Louis Jr.

9-98:2

Evanston Art Center

2-05:3-4

Everett, Oliver

9-04:7

"Every Soul is a Circus"

7-99:4*

"Evidence of Travels by a Caxtonian, in Literature and Life", by Susan S. Pruchnicki

8-00:5

evil

2-02:3

"Ex-Caxtonian Greer Allen Coming Home in February"

2-95:6

“Exhibition Catalogs as Autonomous Works of Art”, by Kathryn DeGraff

3-03:5

"Exhibition Committee Creates Collection Survey" by Robert Cotner

5-98:7

"Exhibition Committee Plans for Ryerson Library Exhibit" by Kim Coventry

5-99:1,5

"Exhibition Requires Caxtonians' Involvement" by Kim Coventry

5-01:7

"Exhibition Set to Honor Bruce Beck and Turtle Press"

2-97:4

exhibitions (non-Caxtonian)

12-93:1, 12-94:5, 3-95:3-4, 4-95:1, 5-95:4, 7-95:6, 8-95:5, 12-95:6, 1-96:3, 3-96:5, 5-97:4, 4-98:3,7, 6-98:6, 8-98:6, 10-98:4,6, 6-99:7, 7-99:7, 9-99:7, 11-99:7, 12-99:5, 2-00:6, 4-00:3, 6-00:7, 2-01:3, 3-01:3, 1-02:7, 4-02:7, 8-02:4, 11-02:7, 2-03:4, 3-03:5, 4-03:8, 10-03:2, 11-03:5,7, 12-03:11, 1-04:5, 2-04:8, 6-04:15, 7-04:6, 10-04:7,8-9,10-11, 3-05:6

exhibition reviews

Bruce Beck/Turtle Press rev. by Norma Rubovits, 5-97:4

"The Look of the Book: Work by Caxton Club Members" rev. by Kenneth H. Paterson 5-95:5

"Personal Treasures" rev. by Jim Wells 4-95:3

"Pinky Pup, Raggedy Ann & the Jolly Kids" rev. by Paul F. Gehl 7-95:4

"Experiments with Human Bones"

11-96:4*

"The Eye of the Writer: Hemingway Birthday"

7-96:5

F

"F. Scott Fitzgerald: Novelist of Psychological and Spiritual Malaise" by Robert Cotner

8-01:1,3

"Fables of Our Times"

1-00:3

“Fabrica”

6-05:12

FABS

10-93:1, 12-93:3, 7-94:4, 8-94:5, 11-94:5, 1-95:7, 9-95:1, 10-95:1, 3-96:7, 4-96:3, 9-96:4, 11-96:3, 4-97:6, 9-97:7, 2-98:6, 4-99:6, 6-007, 7-00:6, 5-01:8, 6-01:7, 7-01:5,7, 9-01:7, 10-01:4, 6-02:6,7, 8-02:7, 2-03:7, 3-03:5, 10-03:3

“FABS Find Chicago Fabulous” by Larry Siegler

8-02:4-5

"FABS Membership Grows"

4-97:6

"FABS Organization Meets in Chicago"

2-98:6

"FABS Plans Cleveland Trip"

4-01:7

"FABS Plans Set for Chicago Octoberfest" by Robert Cotner

9-97:7

"FABS Report Cites Caxtons and Caxtonian" by Hayward Blake

4-96:3

"FABS Tour and Symposium in Cleveland" by Jim Tomes

7-01:5,7

“FABS 2002” by Joan Knoertzer

8-02:4-5

"Facsimile of Poor Richard's Almanack for 1733"

7-98:7*

“Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar”

6-04:13

Faculty of Advocates

2-05:6

Facundo

9-03:4

Fadan, William

11-95:1

Fagles, Robert

3-04:2

"Fahrenheit 451"

12-98:2

Fairbridge, Dorothy

2-03:5

faith

3-03:2

Falkland Islands

7-03:1,4

Falkland National Archives

7-03:4

"Fall Book Fair Slated"

9-96:4

"Fall Friday Luncheons Will Explore Computer Use for Humanities" by Ed Quattrochi

8-95:3

“Falling to Earth”

9-02:7

Falstaff

7-01:3*, 4-03:6

Falstaff's

7-01:3

Family Album, The

12-95:4

Fan, Esther C.

4-96:4

Fanning, Charles

12-98:8

“The Fantasticks”

10-04:5, 8-05:6,8

“Fantastic Adventures”

12-04:3*

fantasy fiction

12-99:1,6-7

"Fantasy In a Woodblock"

9-00:7

"A Farewell to Arms"

7-96:5*,6

Farjeon, Eleanor

11-05:11

Farley, Fred

4-03:7

Farmer, Richard

5-96:6

Farnsworth, Elizabeth

7-02:3

Faroe Islands

11-98:3-5

-map

11-98:3

Farrell, James T.

6-98:8

Farwell, John V.

12-02:1

“Fasiculas Medicinae”

1-05:5

“Fateless”

3-04:5*

Fatima

6-99:3

Faulkner, William

7-97:5

Fauset, Jessie

3-98:6

Faust

1-99:2, 9-99:3,6, 3-01:3*, 5-05:6

"Faust"

5-97:1, 1-99:2,4*

"Faust I"

9-99:6

"Faust II"

9-99:6

"Faust III"

9-99:6

"Faust Symphony"

9-99:6

“Fausto”

9-03:4

"Faustus"

9-99:3

"Les faux-monnayeurs"

6-01:1

Favaro, Christopher A.

7-01:7

Fee, Russell

1-97:6, 3-98:7

Fehlan, Scott D.

9-93:3, 5-04:7

Feldstein, Charles

12-95:4

Fellowship of American Bibliophilic Societies

see FABS

Ferber, Edna

11-98:6, 5-02:4

Fergus Historical Series

9-98:7

Fermilab

12-01:2,3*

“Fermilab: Prairie Cathedral, America’s Stonehenge”

12-01:3

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

see Fermilab

Fernandez, Jim

11-95:6

Ferrand, Binnie

12-01:6, 5-02:5

Ferrand, Pierre

1-99:6, 7-99:7, 10-99:1, 10-00:3, 12-01:6, 3-02:4, 2-03:1, 4-03:7, 8-03:4, 9-03:2

Ferrand, Pierre

"Alexander Pushkin Fondly Remembered" 12-99:5

“Arsene Lupin” 3-02:1,4

“The Austrian Intellectial Renaissance and Herman Broch” 11-02:3,6

"Balzac's Novels and Plays" 10-99:1,4

“Communing with Lamartine” 12-01:6,7

“Cyrano, Rostand” 10-04:4-7

“Denis Diderot” 10-05:6-10

“The Duty of Memory” 8-03:1,4-5

“Gauchos and Cowboys” 9-03:4-5,11

“The Good Lady of Nohant” 5-02:5-6

"Joan of Arc" 2-01:1,6, 3-01:4-6

"The Legacy of Goethe" 9-99:3,6

"Looking Backward" 10-00:3,6

“Mariano Azuela” 8-04:4-5

"Poe Remembered" 12-99:4

“The Poet as an Intellectual” 4-04:4-5

“Poetry of Victor Hugo” 2-03:6

“The Prehistory of the Prehistoric Novel” 5-04:1,6

“Remembering France’s Immortal Victor Hugo” 2-03:1,6

“Some Metamorphoses of Don Juan” 5-05:1,3-8

"A Specialist's Rare Book" 4-99:3,6

“The Strange Fate of Arthur Rimbaud” 1-02:4-6

"Ten Times Tao te Ching" 12-00:4,5

"Two French Intellectuals Remembered" 6-01:1,4,5

“Victor Hugo’s Literary Achievement” 3-03:4,7

"William Caxton...Le Morte d'Arthur" 1-99:1,6

Ferrand, Pierre, trans.

“Christmas” 4-04:5

Ferrari, Julia

9-02:5*-6

Ferrer, Jose

10-04:6*

Ferrini, Bruce

7-01:5

Feuchtwanger, Leon

8-03:8

Feustal, Mr.

11-01:7

Fez

6-99:1,3

Fibonacci Sequence

3-05:7

fiction, prehistoric eras in

5-04:1,6

Field, Charles Kellogg III

8-98:7

Field, Eugene

11-93:3, 11-94:5, 12-94:5, 3-95:3-4, 4-95:5, 8-95:1, 4-97:3, 7-97:3, 1-98:3, 5-98:5, 7-98:7, 8-98:7, 4-99:4

-House and Toy Museum

8-95:1, 12-97:7, 8-98:7, 9-00:7, 10-00:7

-scrapbook

8-98:7

Field, Frederick Skiff, Jr.

8-98:7

Field, Jerry

3-96:7

Field, Marshall

1-98:1. 9-03:14

-Department Store

11-93:3, 9-97:7

Field, Roswell Martin

8-95:1, 4-99:1,4

Field, Roswell Martin II

8-95:1, 4-99:1,4

Field Foundation

8-95:1

Field Museum of Natural History

5-95:4, 2-00:1, 2-01:3, 11-03:6

Field Notes

8-98:7

Fields, James T.

7-00:7, 11-04:10-13

Fields, Jeanette

"Collections of One-Time Caxtonian Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park" 11-96:1,5

Fields, Kenneth

5-99:5

“Filson Club”

12-01:4

“Final Dinner Meeting of Centennial Year Proves Joyous Event"

6-95:1

"Final Herskovits Exhibit Set at Northwestern"

6-96:6

Finca Vigia

8-98:5,6*, 10-98:3,6

Fine Arts Building

4-94:3, 1-95:8, 2-95:5,6, 3-95:1, 4-95:5

fine press movement in Chicago

12-02:6-7

"Fine Printers Finely Bound Too"

12-93:1

"Fine Printers Finely Bound Two"

12-93:1

Fingal

2-05:6

“Fingal”

2-05:1*,6-8*,9-10

Finkelstein, R.

3-03:3

"Finnegan's Wake"

6-98:4,5

Fiore, Florence Reeve

4-97:4

Fiore, Rosario

4-97:4

Firestone, Harvey

5-01:5

"First Annual Meeting Set for May 18, 1994"

5-94:4

"The First Book of the DOFOBS"

4-99:1,4*

first editions

9-03:1,11

First Folio

7-01:6, 11-01:5, 12-01:1, 4-02:4*

"First Friday Leads to a Second" by Ed Quattrocchi

8-94:4

First Fridays

see Caxton Club-luncheons

“First Grandchild” by Robert Cotner

3-02:3

"First Meeting of FABS Scheduled for February" by Robert Cotner

1-95:7

First National Bank

6-97:4, see also BankOne

“The First Step”, by Constantine P. Cavafy

4-03:7

Fischbacker, Siegfried

7-05:2

Fishbein, Morris

2-04:2

Fisher, M.F.K.

10-05:11

Fisher, Rudolph

5-98:4

Fisherman's Wharf

2-98:6

Fitzgerald, Carol

10-01:4

Fitzgerald, F. Scott

11-94:2,3, 10-97:7, 8-01:1*,3, 9-03:12-13

-Society

7-01:7

-tombstone

11-94:3*

Fitzgerald, Gerald F.

2-95:1*, 8-95:4, 5-96:2, 12-96:3, 6-97:4, 2-01:3

-Polar Collection

11-98:4

Fitzgerald, Gerald F.

"Polar Books and Map Collection" 11-98:1,4

Fitzgerald, Robert

7-99:3,8

Fitzgerald, Zelda

ll-94:2,3

"The Fitzgerald Legend" by Norma Cotner

11-94:3

Fitzpatric

10-03:7

Fitzsimmons, Jim

4-97:3

“The Five Marvelous Pretzels”

7-04:6-7

"$5,000 Centennial Donation"

2-94:1

Fjelde, Jacob

7-00:4

Fjelde, Rolf

3-03:6

flag book

1-05:4

"Flags of Our Fathers"

7-01:2

Flanagan, John T.

2-97:4

Flanagan, Mark

2-05:4

Flannery, James J.

1-03:7

Fleming, George

8-05:6

Fleming, Ian

9-97:4, 3-04:1

Fleming, John

5-96:6, 7-01:6, 10-01:4, 8-04:1,6

Fleming, Rhonda

10-98:2

Fliegel, Steven

7-01:5

Fliegelmann, Jay

10-01:4, 10-03:3

Flint, F.S.

11-05:6

The Flintstones

5-04:1

"Flora's Interpreter"

5-99:1

"Florentine Humanism Exhibition at the Newberry" by Paul Gehl

4-00:3

Florida Bibliophile Society

6-97:3

floriography

5-99:1,4, see also flower language

"Floriography, Emily, and the True Meaning of the Rose" by Dan Crawford

5-99:1,4

“Flosculi Sententiarum”

9-02:7

flower language

5-99:1,4, 8-01:6, 4-02:8

"Flower Language, B.C. (Before Charlotte)" by Dan Crawford

8-01:6

flying

10-95:5

Flying Fish Press

1-05:4,6

Foerstner, Abigail

9-96:4

Foglio, Phil

12-99:6

Folger Library

9-02:10, 2-04:8

folk music, African-American

10-03:8

"For the Love of Letterpress, a Tradition Continues in Chicago" by Muriel Underwood

5-97:1,5

Forbes, Henrietta Merrifield

-Award

5-04:7

Ford, Barbara J.

7-99:7

Ford, Ford Madox

11-05:10

Ford, Henry

5-01:5

Ford, Nicky Aaron

12-00:2

Ford Motor Co.

10-97:5, 12-04:7

"Fore-Edge Painting"

11-94:1

Foreman, Buxton

9-03:10

"The Forest of Time and Other Stories"

12-98:1*

Forgue, Norman W.

6-97:3, 5-01:7, 12-02:7

Forgue, Stepheny Eveline

6-97:3

“Formations”

6-03:7

"Former Caxton President Kenneth Nebenzahl Recalls a 'Highlight' of His Tenure 30 Years Ago" by Kenneth Nebenzahl

1-95:7

Forster, E.M.

12-98:2

Forsythe, Mary Florence

10-99:7

Fort House

2-99:4*

Fortnightly, The

2-95:5,6, 3-95:5,6, 4-95:1

Fortsas, Peter

8-97:6, 7-98:8

"For Whom the Bell Tolls"

5-99:2

Foss, Florence

4-97:4

"The Founding of the Newberry" by Robert W. Karrow

2-00:1,4

Four American Books Campaign

1-94:3*, 8-99:1,4

"4 American Writers of the 1920s" by Robert Cotner

8-01:1,3, 9-01:1,6,7, 10-01:1,6

"Four Caxtons"

12-95:4

“Four Courts, Dublin” by Suzanne Pruchnicki

5-02:8*

"Four English Postage Stamps Celebrate Caxton's Achievements" by Frank J. Piehl

4-96:5

“Four Souls”

1-05:7*

“Les Fourberies de Scapin”

10-04:6

Fournier, Edward

4-99:3

"The 1481 Edition of Dante's Commedia" by Ed Quattrocchi

4-00:4

"14th Nebenzahl Map Lectures Scheduled at Newberry Library"

10-01:5

Fowler, H.W.

9-03:16

Fowler, Robert

12-95:2

Fox, Carol Perry

9-98:7

Fox, George

8-01:2-3

"The Fox and Hounds"

5-99:3

Foy, Fred

8-95:4

“Fragments of Ancient Poetry Collected in the Highlands of Scotland”

2-05:6,10

“Fragments of Gutenberg in Chicago”, by Thomas J. Joyce

11-01:7

“Fragments of Parmenides”

5-05:12

France, Anatole

3-01:5,6

“Frances & Margery & Terence & [me]”, by David Meyer

10-04:1-3

Francis, Elinor

3-96:1*

Francis, Lesley Lee

2-96:6, 3-96:1*,4*,8, 10-00:7

Francis, Lesley Lee

"As Told to a Child" 1-01:4-5

"Robert Frost and Harriet Monroe" 3-96:1

"Frank Harris: A Study in Black and White"

8-94:1, 8-97:1*

"Frank Harris Remembered for Dynamic Qualities of Existence" by Elmer Gertz

8-97:1,5

"Frankfort Book Fair"

12-93:3

Frankfurter, Felix

10-01:5

Franklin, Benjamin

7-98:7*

Franklin, Colin

9-02:7

Franklin, John

11-98:4

“Franklin Evans”

9-03:6

Franklin Society

7-98:7

Fraroran Press

5-01:7

Frazier, E. Franklin

3-98:3

Frederick II

10-05:9

Freedley, George

6-95:6

Freedman, Leonard

1-94:1, 5-94:3, 12-94:6, 8-95:4, 11-96:6, 1-97:6, 2-97:6, 1-98:7, 6-98:7, 7-98:3,8, 6-99:8, 8-99:6-7, 10-99:6, 11-99:7, 1-00:7, 6-01:7, 9-01:8, 12-01:15, 7-02:7, 2-03:7, 3-03:5, 5-03:6, 5-04:4*-5, 7-04:5

Freedman, Leonard

“Caxtonian Freedman Recalls Sam Wanamaker” 4-03:5

"Luncheon Programs" always last page, 11-93 on

freedom of expression

8-99:5

"Freedom's Plow"

9-01:7

"Freeport News"

10-01:7

Fremiet, Emmanuel

3-01:5

French, Mary Ann

8-04:6

"The French Bookbinders of the l8th Century"

12-93:3

French National Library

9-02:12

“French Revolution”

12-03:7*

Freud, Sigmund

10-99:6

“Friday Lunch”

10-02:7*

"Friday Luncheons Provide Rich Flow of Ideas and the Mingling of People"

8-99:6-7

Friedberg, Martha

12-01:14

Friedberg, Stanton A.

9-93:3, 2-95:3, 10-95:1, 4-97:3,4, 2-98:5

Friedman, Arthur

12-04:5

Friends of Dard Hunter

9-99:6. 11-99:7

"Friends of Literature"

10-99:4

Friends of Robert Frost

2-00:7, 12-02:2,3

friendship

3-97:2, 9-98:5

Frisch, Max

5-05:7

"From Author to Autograph Collector" by Elmer Gertz

8-94:1

"From Cuba With Love: A Literary Pilgrimage to the Caribbean" by Kenneth H. Paterson

8-98:l,5,6

"From the Archives" by Frank J. Piehl

2-98:7

"From the Map-Makers for the World: A Map for Every Season" by Andrew McNally IV

11-95:1

"From the New World"

7-00:4

Frost, Carol (grandfather of Robert Frost)

1-01:1

Frost, Carol (son of Robert Frost)

1-01:1,4

Frost, Cone

1-01:3

Frost, Elinor

4-97:4, 1-01:3,4, 11-05:1-4,5,6,9

Frost, Gary

6-95:4

Frost, Harold

1-01:3

Frost, Irma

1-01:4

Frost, Isabelle Moodie “Belle”

11-05:1

Frost, Joanne

11-05:1

Frost, Lesley

3-96:1, 1-01:4, 11-05:4

Frost, Lillian

1-01:1

Frost, Lillian L. Burr

1-01:1

Frost, Marjorie

1-01:3,4

Frost, Phyllis Goodman

1-01:1

Frost, Robert

12-93:2, 1-95:2, 3-96:1*,2, 3*,4,5,6*,7, 1-97:2, 4-97:2,4*, 8-98:2, 1-00:2, 7-00:4,6, 1-01:1*,2,3,4,5*, 10-01:1*,3,6, 1-02:1*,3*, 11-02:2, 5-03:4, 7-03:2, 9-03:13,15*, 3-05:7, 6-05:2, 10-05:12, 11-05:1*-14

-and George Santayana

1-02:3,6

-and the Civil War

1-02:3

-Ann Arbor House

1-01:1*

-Books (bookstore)

10-01:3

-farm

10-01:3*

-religion

1-02:3

-Stone House Museum

12-02:2,3*

Frost, Robert

"Acquainted With the Night" 1-01:3

“The Birches” 11-05:11

“Stopping By Woods” (ms.) 12-02:3

“The Trial by Existence” 11-05:3

verse, untitled 10-01:6

Frost, Robert Lee II

1-01:1,3

Frost, William Prescott (father of Robert Frost)

1-01:1, 11-05:1

Frost, William Prescott (Grandson of Robert Frost)

1-01:1,3

"The Frost Family's Adventures in Poetry"

1-01:4

"Frost Permeates American Linguistic Consciousness" by Earl J. Wilcox

3-96:7

Fry, Francis

3-05:2

Fuentes, Carlos

8-04:4, 5-05:7

Fuentes, Gregorio

8-98:5*,6

Fujimoto, Ralph

12-95:4, 5-03:7, 7-04:5

Fujimoto, Ralph

letter 9-97:7

“A Full English Breakfast”, by Truman Metzel

1-03:6

Fuller, Henry Blake

4-95:5

Fuller, Margaret

12-03:8, 4-05:2,3,4

Fuller, R. Buckminster

7-98:4, 4-01:2,3*, 7-03:2, 11-05:12

“Functional and Surgical Anatomy of the Hand”

3-05:7

“Funding Sought for Exhibit”

5-04:6

fundraising

4-94:2

Furse, Herbert L.

3-99:7*

Furse, Herbert L.

"Christmas, Dickens, and The Carol" 12-93:1

Furse, Mary Louise

3-99:7

Fussler, Herman H.

5-97:4

Fust, Johannes

9-99:3

Fust and Schoeffer

11-93:3

-Bible

3-05:4*

G

Gable, Nelly

9-02:6

Gabler, Hedda

3-03:8*

Gadiel, Ralph

4-95:4

Gagosian Gallery

3-03:7

Galen, Elaine

10-04:9

Galilei, Galileo

2-00:2,3*,6,7

-sketch by

2-00:7

Gallagher, Bernice

1-98:8, 7-99:7, 5-03:7

Gallery of Superb Printing

3-03:7

Galloway, Paul

10-96:4, 4-99:5

Galvin, Chris

11-95:3

Galvin, Paul V.

11-95:3*

Galvin, Robert

10-95:6, 11-95:3*,6

Gamble, David

10-03:3

Gamble House

10-02:3*

Gao Xingjian

11-02:1*,4-5, 12-02:4-5,10, 10-03:5-6

“Gao Xingjian’s Analysis of Literature and His Contribution”, by Junie L. Sinson

12-02:4-5,10

Garage Annex School

9-02:4

Garamond

7-98:5, 10-98:7

Garamond, Claude

5-05:10

Garcia Marquez, Gabriel

12-02:10

gardens

6-03:4

Gardner, Howard

9-00:2, 4-02:2,3*, 10-02:5

Gardner, Howard

letter 10-00:7

Gardner, Ken

12-04:1*,3&-4

The Gargoyle

5-01:7

Garland, Hamlin

4-95:5, 6-97:2, 9-03:5, 4-04:2

Garner, James Finn

12-97:8, 1-98:4

Garnett, David

11-05:12

Garrett, Christine

1-03:1, 7-04:5

Garrett, Edmund H.

7-98:7

Garrett, Jeffrey

11-00:8

Garrick, David

2-05:9

"Gathering at the River" by Philip Appleman

12-96:6

"A Gathering of Book Lovers"

9-93:1, 9-94:5, 6-95:5

Gatsby, Jay

8-01:3

Gattorno, Antonia

7-96:3

“El Gaucho Martin Fierro”

9-03:4

gauchos

9-03:4-5,11

“Gauchos and Cowboys: Some Literary Traditions of the Americas”, by Pierre Ferrand

9-03:4-5,11

“Los gauchos judios”

9-03:5

Gay, Richard

4-96:5

"Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation Makes Donation"

1-95:6

Gazeley, Carl

10-03:7

"Gazing at Polyphemus" by Steven J. Masello

1-00:1,6

Geary, Barbara

9-95:5

Gehenna Press

9-02:1,3-10

Gehl, Paul F.

9-93:1*,3,4, 10-93:4, 7-94:1, 11-94:6, 12-94:3, 1-95:4,6, 4-95:3,4, 5-95:1,3*, 8-95:3,4,5,6, 9-95:6, 12-95:4, 1-96:4,6, 5-96:3, 12-96:4, 2-97:6, 4-97:5, 6-97:5, 6-98:6, 7-98:4,8, 8-98:8, 9-99:6, 3-00:7, 4-00:6, 5-00:7, 6-00:8, 7-00:1, 3-01:3,7, 7-01:7, 9-01:7, 3-02:7, 6-02:7, 8-02:4,8, 10-02:6,7, 12-02:1, 1-03:8, 9-03:2, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 3-05:3,6, 4-05:14, 5-05:8

Gehl, Paul F.

"Archives Completed" 5-99:7

"Caxton Club Will Cover the Town" 1-95:4

"Chicago Book Clinic Names Caxton Club Centennial History as Honor Book" 7-95:1

"Florentine Humanism Exhibition" 4-00:3

“Introduction”, 12-02:6-7

"A Poet's Gift" 3-99:6

"The Professional Bookman" 10-98:1,6

“The Youthful Diaries of Hapless Jack Wing” 6-02:1,7

see also exhibition reviews, obituaries

Gehnrich, Daniel

9-02:7

Gehr, Mary

10-98:7

Gehring, Carl E.

1-01:1

Gekler, Charles

4-02:4

"Gem of the Prairie" by Tom Joyce

3-94:1

"Gene Stratton-Porter: A Link Across Generations and Eras" by Laurel M. Church

12-96:1,5

General Drafting Co.

3-00:5

"General Education in a Free Society"

6-98:2

General Sherman (tree)

5-01:2,3*

"General William Booth Enters Heaven"

7-99:3

“Geneva”

10-05:7

Gengangere

3-03:1*,6-7

gentian, fringed

4-98:4*

“A Gentle Madness”

12-01:1

Geoffrey of Monmouth

1-99:6

"Geographia"

2-00:1

Geographic Information Systems, see GIS

George VI

7-03:6

George, Carol

2-05:5

George, Henry

11-05:1

Georgina purpurea

6-03:1*

Gerachis, Meighan

12-93:1,4, 1-94:4

Gerchanoff, Alberto

9-03:5

“Germania Inferior”

5-05:10*

Germany

Jewish leaders 8-03:2,6

Gernsback, Hugo

12-98:4

Gertz, Ceretta

11-97:1,6*

Gertz, Elmer

8-94:1*, 10-94:3,6, 11-94:5,6, 2-95:6, 3-95:6, 4-95:6, 11-95:4, 3-96:8, 4-96:6, 9-96:4,6, 10-96:6, 1-97:1*, 11-97:1,6*,7,8*, 12-97:7, 3-98:1, 9-98:7,8, 2-99:7, 4-99:5, 8-99:6, 9-99:7, 10-00:4,5-6, 1-00:7, 2-00:7, 5-00:6, 6-00:6,8, 8-00:7

Gertz, Elmer

"Ah, Alas For a World That Does Not Love Reading" 1-00:3,7

"Arthur C. Clarke" 12-98:5-6

"A Bizarre Fellowship" 10-99:5-6

"Carl Sandburg: Entrance and Exits" 10-94:3

"Clarence Darrow: Legendary Lawyer of American History" 3-98:1,4,7

"Frank Harris Remembered" 8-97:1,5

"From Author to Autograph Collector" 8-94:1

"Harry S Truman" 11-97:1,6,7

"Henry Miller Remembered" 1-97:1,5

"Noted Civil Libertarian Reconsiders" 8-99:5-6

"A Personal and Grateful Glimpse of Algren" 5-00:6

letter 9-95:6

Gertz, Mamie

9-95:6, 12-97:7, 9-98:8

Gertz, Margery Ann

11-97:6*

Gertz, Theodore G. (Ted)

11-97:6, 8-00:7*

Gertz, Theodore G.

Letter 8-00:7

“Getting to Sherlock Holmes’ 148th Birthday Celebration” by Ely Liebow

3-02:5

Getty, Paul

7-99:8

Getty Museum

10-03:3

Gettysburg

2-04:5

“Gettysburg Address”, by Abraham Lincoln

7-04:3

Ghislolfo, Francesco

3-00:4

“Ghosts”

3-03:1,4,6,7, 7-03:5

Gia-Fu-Feng

12-00:5

"Giants of Jazz"

12-97:5

Gibbin, Robert

1-99:1

Gibson, Christopher Lee

3-03:3*

Gibson, John

1-05:5

Gibson, Walter

11-93:1

Gibson, Wilfrid

11-05:6=7,8, 9, 10

Gide, Andre

6-01:1*,4,5, 3-03:4

Gide, Madeleine

6-01:1

Gifford, James M.

7-04:1

“The Gift for 1836”

6-04:7

"Gift From the Sea"

7-97:1

“The Gift of Pleasant Hill”

12-01:9

"The Gift Outright"

10-01:2

"Gil Asolani"

8-99:7

Gilbert, Paul

8-02:6

Gill, Brendan

11-96:2, 1-03:2

Gill, Corinne

9-02:8

Gill, Eric

4-00:7*,8

"Gilles und Jeanne"

3-01:6

Gillette, William

4-00:7

Gillray, James

11-97:4

Gilstrap, John MacRae

8-01:8

Gingerich, Owen

3-04:8, 4-04:8

Ginsberg, Allen

12-98:5

Girardi, Joe

4-95:3*, 8-95:4, 7-02:7, 10-02:7

Giryotas, Sherry

5-95:5

GIS

1-03:3

Gissler, Sig

3-04:7

"Give Your Heart to the Hawk"

3-00:6*, 4-00:6

Glacier Point

5-01:4

Glasgow Cup Award

10-04:7

Glass, Arnold

10-05:1

Glass, Michael, Design

10-95:4

Gleich, Marianne

8-98:7

Gleich, Peter

1-97:6, 8-98:7

Glenelg Inn

8-01:8

Glen Turret

6-95:3-4

“Gli Asolani”

10-05:1-3*,4,5*,10

Glidden House Hotel

7-01:5

"A Glimpse Into Chicago's Tradition of Print and Graphic Artistry" by Susan Jackson Keig

9-01:4-5

Globe Theater

10-99:6, 10-01:6, 4-03:1*,4*-5

Glub, John

10-98:3

Gluck, Christoph Willibald

5-05:5

"God Only Knows"

7-01:1

Goddard, Connie

8-95:4, 1-96:4, 4-96:2, 10-96:4, 2-97:4, 6-97:5, 9-97:6

"Det Gode Hab"

11-98:5*

"Godfrey of Boulogne"

11-00:2

Godine, David R.

10-95:4, 1-96:5

Godine, David R.

"Keeping Up With the Present" 10-95:4

Godlewski, Joseph

3-01:7

Godow, Michael

11-94:6, 8-95:4, 8-98:8

Godow, Michael

"Collections of One-Time Caxtonian Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park" 11-96:1,5

“The Gods of Mars”

12-04:1*

Goessling, Jeanne

7-94:1*, 4-95:4, 5-95:5, 8-95:4, 9-97:3, 7-98:6, 1-00:7, 3-02:8, 5-03:7, 10-04:7, 4-05:13

Goessling, Jeanne

See book reviews

Goethe

1-99:2,4*, 9-99:3*,6, 8-03:2, 10-05:9

Goetz, John

7-98:6

Goff, Martyn

3-04:1*,7

Gohde, Kurt

9-02:8

Golda Meir Library

4-02:7, 1-03:1,4-6

Golden, Vincent

3-96:7, 6-00:8, 11-05:16

Golden Hour Series

11-01:4

“The Golden Legend”

11-04:10

Goldfine, Heidi

4-95:3

Golding, Arthur

8-05:5

Golding, William

5-04:1

Goldman, Emma

8-97:5

Goldoni, Carlo

5-05:5,8

Goldschmidt, Lucien

10-01:4

Goldsmith, Christopher

1-02:7, 4-02:7

Goldstein, Karyn

5-04:7

"Goldstein"

5-00:6

Goldwasser & Williamson

1-98:6

golf

6-98:6

Golgonooza Letter Foundry

9-02:6,7,8

"Gone With the Wind"

11-96:4

Gonsalves, Paul

12-00:1,3

good

1-99:2

"The Good Hope"

11-98:5

“The Good Lady of Nohant” by Pierre Ferrand

5-02:5-6

"The Good, The Bad, and the Interesting"

3-96:7

"The Good War"

12-97:5*

Goode, John Paul

1-03:3

Goodman, Jon

9-02:8,9*

Goodman Theatre

4-98:5, 9-01:3, 12-02:9

Goodrich, S.G.

11-04:4

Goodspeeds Book Shop

9-96:1

Goodwin, Thomas

9-04:3-4

Goodyear, William M.

9-00:1

Gookin, Frederick W.

7-98:6, 9-99:6

Gordon, Constance J.

8-95:4, 12-00:7, 5-03:7

Gordon, Joanna Parrish

8-98:7

Gordon, Mary

3-01:6

Gordon, Nelly Kinzie

1-96:5

Gorey, Edward

12-98:5

Gorseline, Douglas

10-00:7

Gorton School

1-04:5

Gottfried, Rudolf

10-05:10

Gottlieb, Jean

10-93:4, 9-97:3

Goudy, Frederic W., Award

7-98:6

Gould, Chester

12-99:6

Gousha, H.M.

3-00:5

government

7-04:2

Gow Jayjung, see Gao Zingjian

Gowans, John

7-99:3,4*

Gowers, Ernest

9-03:16

Grabbe, Christian Dietrich

9-99:3

Grabbe, Johann Dietrich

5-05:6

Grabhorn, Mary

9-04:9

Grabhorn Press

9-04:9

grace

1-00:2

Grace, Br. Michael J.

7-94:1, 8-94:6, 9-94:6, 11-94:6, 12-94:6, 7-95:6, 8-95:5, 9-95:1, 1-97:5, 2-97:6, 12-00:7, 8-01:7, 12-01:15, 7-02:5*

Grace, Br. Michael J.

"Caxtonian Visits Mainz" 9-95:4

"Members' Headshots Sought" 6-97:3

"Proposal to Donate Caxton Archives" 8-95:5

see also lecture reviews

Grace, William

1-98:7

Graceland Cemetery

5-01:7, 12-02:12

Graf, L.A.

3-02:5, 3-03:5

Graff, Everett D.

3-00:4

Graham, George

6-04:11

Graham, Martha

7-99:4

Graham, Shellee

3-96:8

Graham, Tom

3-95:1

“Graham’s Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine”

6-04:11,15

Gralen, Donald J.

12-95:4

Grand Army of the Republic

7-95:6

Grand Waikapu Country Club

11-96:2,3*

grandchildren

3-02:2

Granger, James

3-05:2

Granjon, Robert

5-05:9,10

Grant, Myrna

3-94:2

Grant, Myrna R.

"Muggeridge Collection: a Secret Treasure" 3-94:1

Grant House Press

5-99:3

"Grant to Preserve a Chicago and National Treasure" by Alice Schreyer

9-99:7

Graphic Conservation Co.

8-98:7

graphic designers

7-98:1

"A Graphic Exhibition"

7-98:4-5

Graves, Caroline

2-99:1, 4-6

Graves, Robert

5-02:6

Gray, Asa

4-98:2,4,7

Gray, Elizabeth Janet

6-94:1

Gray, Sarah

7-04:6

Gray Parrot

9-02:7,10

"Gray's Manual of Botany"

4-98:2,7*

"The Great Figure" by William Carlos Williams

10-97:7

"The Great Gatsby"

10-97:7, 8-01:1,3*

“The Great Stone Face”

6-03:2,3

Greeley, Horace

4-05:8

Greely, Adolphus

1-03:6

Green, George

11-04:5,7

Green, Richard Lancelyn

10-98:8

Green, William B., Home

11-96:3*

Green Library

7-00:6

Green Stockings

11-98:1

Greenaway, Kate

12-94:4

Greene, Bob

10-00:5

Greene, Charles & Henry

10-03:3

Greene, George Washington

7-00:7

Greene, Graham

2-98:2,4

Greene, Maurice

10-00:2

Greenland

12-98:3-5

Greenland National Library

12-98:5

Greensfelder, Tom

10-99:7

greenstone

4-05:15

Greer, Pauline

3-98:2,5

“Greer Allen Memorial”

11-05:14

Gregory, Dick

12-00:3

Gregory, Henry

4-95:4

Grenfell. Jphn

11-05:12

Grey, Zane

9-03:5

Gridley, A.W., Home

11-96:3*

"Grief"

9-98:5*

Griffin, Marion Mahoney

12-02:12, 10-05:11

Griffin, Walter Burley

12-02:12

Griffo, Francesco

10-05:11

Grigson, Geoffrey

8-01:6

Grimm, Frederic Melchior

10-05:9,10

Grindle, David

7-05:3

Grisham, John

4-04:2

Griswold, Rufus

6-04:14-15

Grolier, Jean

10-05:2

Grolier Club

10-93:1, 12-93:3, 7-94:5, 8-94:5, 10-94:5, 1-95:7, 2-95:4, 4-95:3, 5-96:4, 9-97:6, 7-98:7, 12-99:5, 1-01:4, 3-01:7, 10-03:3, 3-05:8, 6-05:8, 11-05:16

Gropius, Walter

7-98:4

Gross, Samuel Eberly

10-04:4-7

Grossdale, Illinois

10-04:5-6

Grossman, Carol

12-95:4, 8-02:4

Groves, John Stuart

12-97:2

Growoll, A.

7-98:7, 4-99:1

Gruelle, Johnny

11-93:1

“Gryffindor Wins the Cup!”, by Dan Crawford

1-04:1,6

“La Guerre du Feu”

5-04:6*

Guevara, Che

9-98:6

Guffey, Mrs.

7-96:3

Guild of Bookworkers

4-96:4, 9-99:7

Guild of Hand Bookbinders

9-93:3, 11-93:4, 12-93:1

Guillaumin, Henry

12-01:6

Guiraldes, Ricardo

9-03:5

Guiterman, Arthur

3-97:4

Gulliver, Lemuel

1-94:1*

Gundersheimer, Werner

7-96:5*,6, 8-96:6

Gunsaulus, Frank W.

12-94:5

Gunsaulus, Helen

12-02:7

Gunther, Charles F.

9-99:6, 8-02:1

Gutenberg, Johann

7-96:4

Gutenberg Bible

10-93:3, 9-95:2, 11-01:7, 3-05:2.4.6*, 6-05:8

-in Chicago

11-01:7

-prices

9-04:8

Gutenberg Museum

9-95:4, 5-05:9

Guthrie, James

11-05:12

Gutter, Lawrence J.

1-04:7

Guymon, O.O. "Pop"

10-00:2

"Gwendolyn Brooks" (excerpt) by Anthony Walton

1-01:6

"Gwendolyn Brooks, Celebrated as 'The Real Thing' by Fellow Poet" by Alfred L. Woods

7-95:5

"Gwendolyn Brooks Honored at Caxton Club Dinner Meeting" by Frank J. Piehl

5-96:5

Gyllenstein, Lars

11-02:4

H

Hacina, Tony

7-05:4

Haddon, Mark

9-05:7

Hafeman, Bill

12-01:9

Haffner, Charles C.

9-94:1, 4-98:1,3*,7, 8-02:7, 5-03:3, 7-04:5, 9-04:11

Haggard, H. Rider

12-99:6

Hagstrom, Jack W.C.

9-03:13

Hagstrom, Jack W.C.

“Reciprocal Walks with Robert Frost” 9-03:13,15

Hagy, James C.

1-97:6, 5-03:7, 7-04:5, 5-05:11*

Hagy, Sage

5-05:ll

Halberstam, David

5-04:2,3

Hale, Sara Josepha

5-99:l

Hall, Edmund T.

4-99:7, 5-02:2,3

Hall, George C.

2-96:4

Hall, H. Lark

8-94:2, 11-01:6

Hall, Trevor

7-05:2

Hallberg, Jane King

7-00:4

Halley, Edmond

6-96:1

Halley's Comet

6-96:2, 6-97:3*

The Hallmark

1-00:3

Hamady, Walter

5-97:5

Hamamato, Howard

11-96:3

Hamas

4-99:3

Hamill, Alfred

12-02:7, 2-03:4

Hamill, Frances

4-94:4, 5-94:3,4, 7-97:3, 9-97:3, 11-01:7, 4-02:1,4*, 1-04:6, 10-04:1-3

Hamill, Suzette

5-01:7

Hamill & Barker

7-97:3, 11-01:7, 4-02:1,4, 1-04:6,7, 10-03:1-3

-“Catalog No. 1”

10-04:3*

Hamilton, Edward

6-02:4

Hamilton, James

11-98:4

Hamilton, Ruth

5-95:4, 6-98:6

Hamilton Hollywood Type Co.

6-02:4

“Hamilton Type Specimen Sheets”

6-02:5

Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum

6-02:4,5,6

"Hamlet"

10-00:6

Hammarskjold, Dag

4-01:6

Hammer, Carolyn R.

9-95:5, 10-98:7

Hammer, Karen

1-05:4,5,6

Hammer, Trisha

11-00:7, 9-01:8, 8-02:5,8, 11-04:15

Hammer, Victor

9-95:1,2,3,5, 5-97:l, 10-98:7, 3-01:3

Hammershaimb, V.U.

11-98:5

Hammond, Kate

4-05:13

Hammond, Susan

1-00:7

Hampden, Walter

-Memorial Library

6-05:4

Hampel-Zeman, Josefa

7-02:1*,6

Hampshire Typoethetae

9-02:3,5,8

Hancock Village

12-01:4

“The Hand: Its Mechanisms and Vital Endowments in Evincing Design”

7-05:7

Hande, Hallvard

3-03:6

Hanes, Houston

2-99:5

Hanes, Susan

8-95:4, 2-99:1,4-6*, 4-99:8, 5-99:6,8, 8-99:7, 11-99:7, 10-00:7, 11-00:8, 1-01:7, 5-01:7, 8-01:7, 6-02:6, 8-02:4,7, 10-02:7, 5-03:6-7, 6-03:7, 10-03:3, 7-04:5, 4-05:13, 9-05:7

Hanes, Susan

"Hanes Tours British Printing Library" 6-99:7

"In Search of Wilkie Collins" 2-99:1,4-6

letter 5-97:3

"Hanes Tours British Printing Library" by Susan Hanes

6-99:7

Hanff, Peter

8-98:8

"The Hanlon Brothers"

7-98:8*

Hannah

9-05:7

Hansen, Charles J.

2-94:4

Hansen, Harry

10-94:1

Hansen, Lee

letter 6-97:3

Hanska, Mrs.

10-99:4

Hanson, Robert F.

3-96:7

Harcourt, Bruce

7-04:6

Harcourt Bindery

9-02:4

Harding, Sarah

4-05:14, 5-05:8

Hardy, Thomas

10-99:2

Hare

1-04:4*

Harkness, Ken

5-03:7

Harkness, Toni

4-94:4, 2-97:6, 11-99:7, 12-01:15, 3-03:5, 5-03:7, 7-04:5, 9-04:11

Harlan, James

9-03:9

Harlem

2-98:1

Harlem Renaissance

2-98:1,5, 3-98:3,6, 4-98:5,6, 5-98:4,7, 9-01:1,6, 6-05:11

"Harlem Renaissance Emerged from Changing Pattern of American Life" by Sherman Beverly Jr.

2-98:1,5

"Harlem Renaissance Enriched the Many Poetic Traditions of America" by Sherman Beverly Jr.

4-98:5,6

"Harlem Renaissance: Offering a New Literary Dimension in America" by Sherman Beverly Jr.

3-98:3,6

"Harlem Renaissance Reached Into the Past and the Future" by Sherman Beverly Jr.

4-98:4,7

"Harlem Wine" by Countee Cullen

2-98:5

Harley, George Way

2-98:4

Harley, J.B. “Brian”

1-03:7

"Harold E. 'Fritz' Whitehall: A 20th Century Dr. Johnson, Sans Boswell" by Robert Cotner

7-94:3

Harper, William Rainey

5-95:1. 10-01:5

Harrer, Lee J.

10-01:8, 10-02:7, 3-03:5, 5-03:7, 3-04:6, 7-04:5, 4-05:13

Harris, Frank

8-94:1, 11-95:4, 8-97:1*, 3-98:7, 8-99:5

Harris, James

9-04:1,3

Harris, Neil

12-94:6, 1-95:1,8, 2-95:1,4*, 4-95:4, 6-99:7, 10-99:4, 7-04:2

Harris, Susan

3-02:7, 6-02:6, 8-02:4,7

Harrison, Carter

3-98:1, 3-03:6

Harrison, Edward

5-98:1

Harrison, Helen M., Foundation

6-00:7, 8-01:8, 12-01:1, 7-04:5

"Harry Busck Recalls His Early Years of Book Selling in Chicago" by Carlos Martinez

11-00:4-6

"Harry S Truman: The Friendliest of Presidents: A Memoir" by Elmer Gertz

11-97:1,6,7

Harsh, Vivian

12-00:1

-Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature

9-01:1,7

Hart, Nettie

5-97:5

Harte, Bret

8-05:1

Hartung, Richard

3-97:8

Haruki Murakami

1-05:5

Harvard University

9-93:4, 10-95:4, 9-01:6, 11-01:1, 12-03:10, 11-04:5,8

Harvey, Miles

3-01:8, 2-03:7

Harvey, Spring

10-04:9

Hasbrouck, Wilbert R.

4-95:1, 8-95:4, 11-96:5

Hasbrouck, Wilbert R.

"Ralph Fletcher Seymour" 10-98:5-7

Haskell, Diana

3-94:4

Haskell, Diana

"Anonymous 'Marshes of Glynn' Published in l878" 1-98:5

Haskins, Katherine

12-95:4, 7-04:5

Hast, Adele

9-97:3, 3-02:8, 5-03:7, 6-03:7, 7-04:5, 4-05:13, 6-05:8*, 9-05:2

Hast, Adele

“Bookwomen Building Chicago” 4-02:1,4, 5-02:1,4,7, 7-02:1,6,7, 8-02:1,6

Hast, Malcolm

4-05:16, 5-05:12, 6-05:8*,12

Hatch, Simon D.

4-05:8

Hatfield, Antoinette

2-98:3

Hatfield, Mark O.

2-98:3*

Hatfield, Mark O.

"Hatfield Collection Represents Lincoln's Spirit" 2-98:3-4

"Hatfield Collection Represents Lincoln's Spirit as Leader and Person" by Mark O. Hatfield

2-98:3-4

Hathaway, Pamela

10-98:4

hats, notable

8-98:4*

Hatten, John Camden

9-03:10

Haun, Declan

10-04:10

"Hawaiian Country Club Has Frank Lloyd Wright Elements from Illinois" by Robert Cotner

11-96:3

Hawk Tower

3-00:2,6

Hawke, Ethan

10-00:6

Haworth

8-00:5

Hawthorne, Nathaniel

11-98:2, 6-03:2-3, 6-04:10, 11-04:11,12,13, 4-05:2,7

Hawthorne, Sophia

4-05:7

Haxton, Gerald

9-97:4

Hay-On-Wye Festival

2-05:2*

Haybarn Press

10-04:9

Hayden, Carla

9-93:3

Hayden, Sophia

1-98:8

Hayden, (Mrs.) Summer

See Cleary, Kate McPhelim

Hayes, Holly

12-04:7

Hayes, James F.

4-94:4, 12-94:5, 7-98:6, 3-01:1, 2-03:4

Hayes, Roland

5-98:4

Hayford, Harrison

8-95:4, 9-95:5*, 12-95:1*, 2-97:2, 11-00:6, 3-02:7*

Hayford, Harrison

"Scholar Sees UnMerry Christmas in Herman Melville's Vision" 12-95:1

Hayman, Dan

8-95:4, 9-00:7, 7-01:5, 8-02:5*, 11-03:6, 12-03:11

Hayman, Dan

"Caxtonian Reports on San Francisco FABS Trip" 7-00:6

“Kudos for Robert Cotner” 11-03:6

Hayman, Kathleen

11-03:6, 12-03:ll

Haymarket Tragedy

8-97:5, 10-04:10

Head, Cloyd

4-01:4

Head, Franklyn H.

1-98:1,3

Healy, Sherry

5-95:5, 5-97:5

Heaney, Seamus

9-96:2, 7-00:6, 7-02:7

Hearne, Thomas

6-05:5

Heaton family

8-00:5

Heaven, dimensions of

6-01:6

Hecht, Anthony

9-02:7

Hecht, Ben

7-96:3, 2-04:2, 1-05:9,11

Hechtman, Midge Gertz

Letter 8-00:7

Hedburg Public Library

9-97:7

Heft, Caren

10-04:8

Hegel, Friedrich

10-05:9

Heine, Heinrich

9-99:3, 8-03:2,8

Heinesen, William

11-98:5

Heinlein, Robert

12-98:4

Heinz, Markus

10-01:5

Heise, Kenan

6-97:3

Heise, Kenan

"Carl Sandburg Yet Lives Through His Books" 10-94:4

"Helga Sandburg - Always the Young Daughter - Remembers Her Father" by Helga Sandburg

10-94:1

Heminge, John

4-94:1

Hemingway, Clarence

7-96:1

Hemingway, Ernest

7-96:1*,2,5,6, 9-96:6, 8-98:1*,5,6, 9-98:6, 10-98:3,6, 5-99:2,6, 6-99:6*, 5-00:1,5*,6,7, 5-01:4, 9-03:12-13, 6-05:10

-Centennial Literary Conference

5-99:6, 6-99:6

-first editions

7-96:3,4,5*

-Foundation

4-95:1, 7-96:l, 5-99:6

-Museum

7-96:5

-Society

7-01:7

Hemingway, Grace H.

7-96:1

Hemingway, Gregory

6-99:6

Hemingway, Jack

6-99:6

Hemingway, Mary Welsh

10-98:3, 5-00:7

Hemingway, Patrick

6-99:6

Hemingway, Pauline

7-96:3

"Hemingway Birthday Colloquium Set"

7-01:7

"Hemingway Birthday Fetes Set in Oak Park and Michigan in July"

6-99:6

"Hemingway Centennial Literary Conference is Major Event in Oak Park"

6-99:6

"Hemingway in Oak Park" by Barbara Ballinger

7-96:1,6

Hemon, Aleksandr

10-00:5

Henders, Rosemary

11-95:5

Henderson, Alvin

3-99:4

Hendricks, Robert G.

12-00:5

Henning, Joel

9-05:3

Henrichsen, William H.

1-95:5

"Henry V"

7-01:2-3, 4-03:6

Henry, Guy

7-01:5

"Henry Adams, A Friend For All Time, Remembered by an Old Friend of Books" by Robert Cotner

9-98:5

"Henry Miller Remembered by His Everlasting Friend and Savior" by Elmer Gertz

1-97:1

“Her Fearful Symmetry”

2-05:5

Herbert, Zbigniew

2-96:2

Heritage Book Shop

10-03:3*

Heritage Foundation

11-05:15

Hermann the Great

6-05:4

"Hermann Zapf Honored by the Caxton Club", by Matthew J. Doherty

3-01:1,3

“El Hermano Juan”

5-05:7

“Hermes”

9-04:1*,3

Hernandez, Danilo M. Arrate

10-98:3

Hernandez, Jose

9-03:4-5

Herndon, William

9-03:8, 2-04:4, 7-04:2

heron

12-96:3*

Herskovits, Frances S.

1-96:4, 6-98:6*

Herskovits, Jean

11-95:6

Herskovits, Melville

5-95:1, 1-96:4, 2-96:1*, 6-98:6*

-Centennial

6-96:6

-Library of African Studies

2-96:l,5,6

"Herskovits Centenary Exhibits Continue at Northwestern University"

1-96:4

"Herskovits Honored With Special Program"

11-95:6

Hertzberg, Ernest

10-94:6, 9-99:6

Heschel, Abraham

12-03:3

Hesterberg, William C.

4-95:4, 5-95:5, 9-95:2, 7-98:6, 10-98:7, 10-03:7, 10-04:7, 1-05:1,10-11

-Press

9-95:5

Hesterberg, William C.

"Caxtonian Bill Hesterberg Remembers Victor Hammer & RHM" 9-95:5

Heydemen, Becky

2-05:3,5

Hiawatha

7-00:1,4*

"Hiawatha"

7-00:1,4, 11-04:11

Hiawatha Belt

7-00:4*

"Hiawatha's Mittens"

7-00:4

"The Hibernian"

6-98:4

Hicks, Franklyn (Duff) Herbert

12-00:7

Hicks, Seymour

12-02:8*

Hidalgo, Bartolomeo

9-03:4

“Hidden Cities”

7-04:4

Hidden Page, Curtis

11-00:2

Higbie, Frank Tobias “Toby”

10-04:10

Higgins, Frances

9-05:4

Higgins, Michael

9-05:4

Higginson, George J.

1-95:5, 9-97:6

Highland Park Library

1-00:3

"Highlights from the Gaylord Donnelley Library"

4-98:4

Highsmith, Patricia

5-98:3

Higinbotham, Susan

6-00:8, 5-03:7

Hill, Horatio

10-98:4

Hill, Walter Matthew

5-96:3, 4-99:1,4, 9-99:6

Hill Monastic Manuscript Library

7-96:4

Hillary, Edmund

11-98:4

Hilliard, Celia

7-94:1, 9-94:1, 12-94:3, 1-96:6, 1-97:6, 9-97:3, 11-99:4, 1-00:6, 5-02:4, 6-02:6, 8-02:4,7, 5-03:7, 6-05:5*

Hilliard, David

6-02:6, 8-02:4,7

Hillman, James

7-97:2

Hilmi, Ahmed

1-02:7

Himes, Chester

6-05:11

“Himself Doing a Self-Portrait”, by Truman Metzel

5-03:7

Hindman, Leslie S.

8-97:4, 11-99:8, 1-00:6, 10-01:8

-Auctioneers

8-97:4

Hindman, Sandra

6-05:7

Hinrichsen, Steen

5-01:7

Hirschland, Edward C.

12-95:4, 5-97:6, 5-98:7, 11-99:4, 6-00:8, 2-03:7*

Hirschland, Edward C.

See also obituaries

Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois

9-99:7

"Historia von D. Johann Fausten"

9-99:3

"Historian Neil Harris to Address Club Gala" by Tom Joyce

1-95:1

“Historic Discourse”

12-03:5*

history, oral

2-01:4

History of Chicago Project

8-02:6

"History of Magic"

12-97:7

"A History, of Sorts, of 'First Fridays'" by Ed Quattrocchi

5-94:3

“History of the Girondists”

12-01:6

Hobles, Thomas

9-04:3

Hobson, Mellody

9-00:1

Hoe, Robert III

5-96:3, 7-01:6, 12-01:8

Hoell, Frank

4-98:4

Hoffman, Arlene

9-05:7

Hoffman, E.T.A.

5-05:5

Hoffman, Hans

9-02:9

Hoffman, J. Frederick

4-95:4, 5-03:7

Hoffman, Michael

9-02:9

Hoffman, Patricia

4-95:4

Hogan, Sharon

7-99:7, 6-00:7

Hogarth, William

12-94:4, 11-97:3

Hogarth Press

5-01:7

Hogg, James

12-04:7

-Memorial Society

12-04:7

Hokinson, Helen

5-02:4

Holabird & Roche

10-95:3

Holbein Family

11-93:3

Holden, Isabella

7-94:6

Holden, John C.

7-94:6

Holden Arboretum

7-01:7

Holiday Press

5-01:7, 12-02:6

"Holiday Revels at The Newberry to Feature Variety" by Tom Joyce

11-93:4

“Holiday Revels Auction Update”

12-04:7

"Holiday Revels Is One of the Best" by Robert Cotner

1-98:4

Holland, Maria

11-00:7

HOLLIS

8-00:8

Holloway, Emory

8-96:2

Holmes, Abiel

12-97:7

Holmes, Mark

10-95:4

Holmes, Oliver Wendell Sr.

8-96:2, 3-97:4, 12-97:2,7

Holmes, Sherlock

3-97:1, 4-00:7*, 3-02:1,4,5, 4-02:5*-6, 3-03:7, 11-04:15, 2-05:11

-Birthday Bash

3-02:5, 4-02:5-6

"Holmes' Astraea Recalls Father's Legacy in Georgia"

12-97:7

Holocaust

8-03:1,4-5

Holocaust Studies

2-02:1,3,6

Holt, Henry

11-05:8-9,13-14

Holy Trinity Russian Greek Orthodox Church

2-03:3*

Holzenberg, Eric

1-05:12, 2-05:12, 2-05:8

Holzheimer, Arthur

3-00:5, 1-03:7

Holzheimer, Jan

1-03:7

Home, D.D.

8-00:4

Honegger, Arthur

3-01:5

"The Hooker Letter"

2-94:3

Hookway, Amelia Dunne

1-99:5

Hoops, Johannes

2-98:7

Hoover, Herbert

11-97:6

Hopewell Culture National Monument

7-04:4

Hopewell Mound

4-01:7, 7-04:1

Hopkins, Anthony

3-94:1, 10-00:6

Hopkins, Gerard Manley

4-97:1,4,5*, 7-97:4. 3-00:8, 10-01:6, 7-02:5,7

-Society (USA)

4-97:4

Hopkins, Gerard Manley

"Pied Beauty" 6-95:l

"Hopkins Celebration Set for Oak Park"

4-97:4

Horblit, Harrison

3-05:8

Horn, Max

5-05:10

Horne, John

2-05:6

Horner, Henry

2-04:6-7

Horton, Carolyn

6-95:1,4

Horton, William

1-98:1

Horton Tank Graphics

9-02:7

Hosea Books

9-02:4

Hoskins, Anthony

12-96:6, 1-97:6

Hosmer, Abby

11-05:10

Hotchkiss, Almeria

3-04:8

Hotchkiss, Eugene III

10-93:1, 1-94:1,6, 5-94:2, 7-94:1,4,6, 12-94:1,6, 3-95:6, 5-96:8, 6-98:7, 6-99:5, 7-99:7, 11-99:7, 1-00:6, 6-00:7, 10-00:7, 2-01:7, 10-01:8, 8-02:7, 12-02:11, 2-03:7, 5-03:7, 3-04:6, 7-04:5

Hotchkiss, Eugene III

“Caxton Development Committee Needs Help” 11-02:7

“The Late Stan Friedberg" 2-98:5

"Thou Shalt Not Covet" 6-99:5

Hotchkiss, Suzanne

3-95:5,6, 4-95:l

Hotchkiss, Suzanne

"March Dinner Meeting Rekindles Caxton Club Ties to the Fortnightly" 3-95:5

Hotchner, A.E.

6-99:6

Hotel Ambos Mundo

9-98:6

Hotel Nacional

8-98:1

Hotspur

4-03:6

Houghton Library

8-00:1, 9-00:3,6

“Hound of the Baskervilles”

12-01:8*

Hounds of the Baskerville

3-97:7, 5-01:6

“House Divided Speech”

2-04:4

House of Books

10-01:3, 11-05:3,7

Housman, A.E.

3-98:7

Houston, James Hawthorne

11-94:4

"How Evolution Came to Indiana" by Philip Appleman

10-97:8

"How It Happens"

4-01:4

"How the Irish Saved Civilization"

9-96:5

Howe, Walter

9-95:3, 4-98:4, 7-98:6, 3-01:1

Howel, Hunter

-National Fellowship

1-05:12

Howell, Robin

12-93:1

Howells, William Dean

9-03:10

Howes, Wright

3-00:5, 6-02:6

Hoxie, Frederick E.

10-03:2

Hoyem, Andrew

7-02:3

Huang, Samuel

9-93:3, 1-97:6, 12-98:4

Huang, Samuel T.

"The Science Fiction and Fantasy Collections of the NIU Libraries" 12-

98:1,4

Hubbard, Bruce W.

4-94:4, 12-94:6, 5-95:3, 6-95:1, 1-96:4

Hubbard, Elbert

4-97:6

Hubbard, Kin

8-00:3

Hubbard, Thomas H.

1-03:6

hubris

6-04:2

Huckman, Michael

5-03:1,7, 7-04:5, 1-05:7

Huerta, Victoriano

8-04:4

Huffine, Eugene

12-95:4

Hugden, Ranulph

7-04:6

Hughes, Langston

2-98:5, 3-98:3,6, 4-98:5, 5-98:4, 7-99:3, 12-00:1*,2,3, 9-01:1*,6,7, 10-01:1

-songs

12-00:3

Hughes, Langston

"I, Too, Sing America" 9-01:6

"Jazz Boy" 12-00:3

"Merry-Go-Round" 12-00:1

"The Negro Speaks of Rivers" 9-01:1

"Nothing But a Dog" 12-00:3

Hughes, Ted

9-02:7,8, 8-05:8

Hugo, Victor

11-96:2, 4-99:3, 2-03:1*,6, 3-03:4*,7, 4-03:7

Huldra

7-97:2

Hull House Theatre

9-03:14

"Human Comedy"

10-99:1

humanism, civic

4-00:3, 7-00:2

Humanist Library

9-95:4

Humphries, Rolfe

9-05:5-6

Hungary, literary world

6-03:7

Hunt, Jarvis

4-98:3

Hunt Roman

7-98:5

Huntington, Henry E.

9-99:5

Huntington Library

12-01:8, 10-03:3

Hurley, Mike

1-02:8

Hurston, Zora Neale

4-98:5

“The Hush”

6-05:1

Husser, Wendy Cowles

6-00:8, 3-01:3, 8-01:7, 9-01:7, 4-02:7*, 8-02:5,7, 2-03:7, 5-03:1,6, 10-03:3, 7-04:5, 1-05:7,8, 6-05:9*, 9-05:2

Husser, Wendy Cowles

“Caxtonians Extend Book Fellowship” 10-03:3

“The Nobel Prize Committee” 1-05:7-8

Hutchinson, Charles Lawrence

1-95:5, 3-95:5, 5-98:5, 9-97:6, 9-99:6

Hutchinson, Ruth

4-94:4, 5-94:4

Huttner, Sidney

12-03:12, 1-04:8, 9-04:11

Huttner, Sidney

“The Publisher’s Trade List Annual” 9-04:10-11

Huys der Liefde

5-05:10

hydroplane

10-97:6*

Hyman, Trina Schart

12-94:4

hymn tunes

7-02:4-5

hymns

7-02:4-5, 8-02:3

“Hymns: Poetic Expressions Linking Faiths, Expressing Hope” by Robert Cotner

7-02:4-5

“Hyperion”

11-05:6*-7

Hythlodaeus, Raphael

10-00:8, 7-01:5, 11-03:4

I

“I Am Already”

1-05:4

“I Leave You, My Love” by Robert Cotner

2-02:3

“I sommeri e I salvati”

8-03:4-5*

"I, Too, Sing America" by Langston Hughes

9-01:6

IAPMA

10-01:7

Ibsen, Henrik

3-03:1,3,6-7, 7-03:5

“Ibsen’s ‘Ghosts’ Premiered in Chicago—Of All Places”, by Bruce Hatton Boyer

3-03:1,6-7

Iceland

1-99:3,6

Ichiyama, Dennis

6-02:4-5,6

“Icones Librorum Artifices”

9-02:7,8

“If This is a Man”

8-03:1,4*

"If You Weren't There, You Missed It", by Dan Crawford

1-01:7

Ignacio

8-98:1

Iliad

6-99:3

Illinois Arts Council

8-99:4

Illinois Authors Book Fair

10-95:6

Illinois Authors Literary Weekend

9-97:6

Illinois Center for the Book

9-97:6

Illinois Humanities Council

9-93:1, 12-99:7

Illinois Institute of Technology

5-97:5

Illinois Medieval Association

2-96:4

"Illinois Poet Laureate Gwendolyn Brooks Named Honorary Caxtonian"

7-95:1

Illinois State Historical Society

12-99:7, 1-04:7

Illinois State Library

9-97:6

“An Illinois Yankee in the Pope’s Library”, by Junie Sinson

4-05:11-12,14

“The Illuminations”

1-02:5

illustrators

12-94:4

"L'Imagier de Harlem"

9-99:3

IMCoS 2001

10-01:5

Imprint Society

9-02:1

"In a Jewish Cemetery Near Chicago" by Robt. Cotner

4-96:3

"In Search of Wilkie Collins: A Literary Pilgrimage Through England", by Susan Hanes

2-99:1,4-6

“In the Belly of the Beast”

9-03:14

"In the Land of Walter Scott: Discoveries in a Medieval Castle", by Ed Quattrocchi

8-01:8

“In the Matter of Robert Cratchit, Esq.”, by Dan Crawford

12-02:8-9

"Incident"

4-94:5

"Incidents in the Life and Times of Carl Sandburg" by Ralph Geoffrey Newman

10-94:3

“The Independent”

11-05:2,3*,4

"Index Librorum Prohibitorum"

6-96:4

Indian mounds

7-04:1,4,6

“The Indian Summer”

11-04:4

"Indiana-Produced Cars Ranked as 'Best Built', 'Most Beautiful' Ever"

10-97:7

Indiana University

4-98:6

-School of Medicine

1-04:2

Indians

4-99:7

“Die indirecte Steuer”

8-03:8*

“The Indiscreet Jewels”

10-05:7

Indulgence Press

1-05:6

Industrial Revolution

10-05:8

infinity

8-98:2

"Infinity"

8-98:2*

"Information Sought"

4-95:4

"Information Sought: Illinois Iron Hand Presses"

9-99:6

Ingersoll, Mary

7-02:1

Ingwerson, James

3-00:4

“The Inheritors”

5-04:1

"Injun Summer" by John T. McCutcheon

10-93:1,2, 11-94:3, 11-95:5, 10-96:3, 7-97:5, 9-97:5

"The Inland Printer"

9-01:4-5

“Inland Printers” (exhibition)

12-02:11

"Innocents Abroad" (Sherwin Beach edition)

11-00:7*, 9-01:7

"Inspired Golf"

6-98:6*

Institute for Books

9-98:3,6*

Institute of Design

5-97:1

intelligence

4-02:2

“Intelligence Inscribed Before the Printed Word in North America”, by James Marshall

7-04:1,4,6

International Antiquarian Book Fair

4-97:5, 2-05:2

International Association of Printing House Craftsmen

3-03:7

"International Hemingway Conference in Oak Park"

5-99:6

International League of Antiquarian Booksellers Fair

9-96:4

International Map Collectors Society

-International Symposium

10-01:5

International Medieval Conference

8-97:4

International Press Club of Chicago

3-96:7

Internet

8-99:8

-and bookselling

9-02:4

Intrator, Michael

8-97:8, 9-97:8, 7-98:8

“Introduction”, by Paul F. Gehl

12-02:6-7

"The Invasion"

3-99:4*

"Invisible Man"

2-94:2

"The Invisible Pyramid"

6-96:2

Ireland

1-99:7

Ireland, Frances

7-05:2

"An Irish Memory", by Ed Quattrocchi

1-99:7

Iron Hand Press Census

9-99:6

Iroquois Confederacy

7-00:4

Irv

5-04:5

Isasi Angulo, Don Armando C.

5-05:7

Ishiguro, Kazuo

10-00:5

"The Island of Lost Maps"

3-01:8

Island of Lotus Eaters

6-99:3*

Israel, Elaine

8-98:6

“Ithaca”, by Constantine P. Cavafy

4-03:7

"It's a Doozy!"

10-97:6

“It’s a Mystery….” By Mike Braver

12-01:12-13

Izamard, Georges

1-02:4

J

Jackson, Lydia

See Emerson, Lidian

Jackson, Malcolm

11-98:7*

Jackson, Phil

10-05: 11

Jackson, Robert

7-01:5, 8-02:4, 10-03:3

Jackson, Robert H.

12-93:3, 8-94:5, 4-97:6, 5-97:6, 3-01:7

Jackson, Roger

1-97:1

Jackson, William A.

8-00:1

Jackson, William V.

1-98:7, 1-00:7, 9-02:12

Jacobi, Derek

7-01:1

Jacobs, Amos

1-00:3

Jacobsen, Jorgen-Franz

11-98:4-5

Jacobson, Eddie

11-97:6

“Jacques le Fataliste et Son Maitre”

10-05:10

Jaffe, Moe

7-00:4

Jahns, Jeffrey

6-97:4, 11-97:7, 4-02:7, 7-04:5

Jahns, Jill

4-02:7*

Jahns, Zibby

4-02:7*

Jakes, John

12-99:6

James, Henry

9-94:4, 4-02:4, 7-03:2, 9-03:10

"James Joyce & Samuel Beckett: Nothing Left But Sawfdust" by Michael Sawdey

6-98:3-5

Jane, Lady Greystoke

12-04:3

"Jane Austen's Sense & Sensibility Proves to be Sound Investment" by David Meyer

9-96:1

"Janet Lewis: Chicago's Gift to American Literature", by Robert Cotner

3-99:1,4,6

"The Japanese Print"

10-98:5

Jarem, Jill

10-99:7

Jarrell, Randall

10-01:2

Jaspers, Karl

2-02:1

Jay, Ricky

6-05:4

“Jay Marshall”, by Robert Cotner

7-05:1-3

"Jay Marshall, Legendary Proprietor, Magician, and Ventriloquist, Honored"

7-99:7

“Jayber Crow”

5-03:6

"Jazz Boys" by Langston Hughes

12-00:3

"Jeanne d'Arc au bucher"

3-01:5

Jedlicka, Dan

10-97:7

Jeffers, John Robinson

See Jeffers, Robinson

Jeffers, Robinson

3-00:1*,2,3*,6*,7

Jeffers, Una

3-00:2,3

Jefferson, Thomas

5-94:2, 7-98:7, 6-00:1,5

Jefferson Rock

5-94:2

Jehu Junior

12-00:7

Jekyll Island, GA

1-98:1,2,3,4, 8-00:2,3, 11-02:2

-Art Association

4-97:4

-Club

1-98:1,2,3

Jensen (typeface)

1-00:4,5

Jenson, Nicolas

12-94:2,3, 7-98:4

Jerba

6-99:3

Jeremiah

5-00:2,3*

Jeremiah

"Lamentations": (excerpt) 5-00:3

"The Jeremiah Syndrome" by Michael Braver

5-00:3

Jesuits

10-05:8

Jesus (cab driver)

8-98:5

“Jew Suss Oppenheimer”

8-03:8*

Jewish writers in Austria

11-02:3

Jews

8-03:3,5-6

-in Argentina

9-03:5

-in Germany

8-03:2,6

Joan of Arc

2-01:1*,6*, 3-01:3*,4*,5*,6

-canonization of

3-01:4

"Joan of Arc"

3-01:6

"Joan of Arc: From Caxton to Shakespeare" by Pierre Ferrand

2-01:1,6

"Joan of Arc: Her Courage Inspires the Ages' by Pierre Ferrand

3-01:4-6

"Joan of Arc: Her Story"

3-01:6

"Joan of Arc, the Image of Female Heroism"

3-01:6

"Joan of the Stockyards"

3-01:6

Jobson, Craig

9-02:11, 1-05:4,5,6

John of Trevisa

7-04:6

John, Augustus

6-98:4

"John Calhoun, Chicago's First Printer, Founded Chicago's First Daily in 1833", by George Everet Thompson

10-98:4

"John Knox and Henry Miller, Two Reformers in Their Own Times" by K.H.Paterson

1-97:4

“John M. Wing: Typesetter” by Robert Williams

6-02:3

"John McCutcheon's Book"

12-97:7

“John Marshall: American Patriot, From Battlefield to Supreme Court and Beyond”

by Robert Cotner

10-02:1,3-5


John Marshall Law School

2-99:7

John Paul II

4-05:14

Johnson, Georgia Douglas

4-98:5

Johnson, Helene

4-98:5

Johnson, Herb

9-95:3

Johnson, James Weldon

3-98:3, 4-98:6

Johnson, Jean

7-99:7

Johnson, John

6-05:9-10

Johnson, Lady Bird

4-01:5*

Johnson, Lyndon B.

10-94:2, 11-97:7

Johnson, Samuel

4-94:1, 5-96:6, 12-00:8, 9-04:1,3-7, 2-05:6-7.9-10, 9-05:5

Johnson, Thomas

7-00:3

Johnson, Vilas

10-03:7

Johnsonian Society

9-05:5

Johnston, Edwin

10-97:7

Johnston, Stanley, Jr.

7-01:7

Joist, Sir Thomas

4-94:3, 6-94:4

Jonas, Bradley

7-01:7, 10-02:7, 8-03:7, 7-04:5

Jones, Barbara

7-99:7, 9-02:12

Jones, Betty

2-03:4

Jones, Marion

10-00:2

Jones, Mervyn

12-02:8,9*

Jones, Tom

8-05:6

Jong, Erica

1-97:3

Jonson, Ben

8-05:5

Jordan, Sophia

11-00:7, 12-00:7

Joseph, Albert

4-95:1

Joseph, Rosemary

4-95:1

"Jottings From One Collection" by Robert Cotner

10-01:3

"Journal" (Gide)

6-01:1

“Journal of a Tour of the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, LLD”

9-04:5*,6*,7

journalism

6-02:1, 10-02:6

"Journey Without Maps"

2-98:2

"Joutel's Journal of LaSalle's Last Voyage"

11-93:3

Joyce

7-01:6

Joyce, David Gage

3-97:3

Joyce, James

6-98:1,2,3,4*,5,7, 7-98:2, 1-99:7, 4-99:5, 5-99:3,6, 11-99:7

Joyce, Thomas J.

9-93:3, 1-94:1,4,5,6, 3-94:4, 6-94:1,6, 7-94:1*,4, 10-94:5, 11-94:6, 12-94:1,6, 4-95:4, 5-95:3, 6-95:1, 8-95:4,5, 12-95:4, 1-96:4, 2-96:4, 3-96:5, 4-96:4, 5-96:5*, 10-96:4, 1-97:5,6, 2-97:6, 8-97:4, 1-98:1,7, 8-98:41-00:7, 8-00:4*, 10-00:1, 1-01:7, 2-01:7, 7-01:7, 2-02:5, 6-02:7, 10-02:7, 5-03:1,7, 1-04:5, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 8-04:5, 9-04:12, 12-04:7, 1-05:7,8,11, 4-05:13, 10-05:11, 11-05:15

Joyce, Tom

"Caxtonian Frank Piehl Awarded High Honor" 4-97:1,3

"Children's Books" 11-93:1

"Dinner Programs", always last page, 9-93 to 8-95

"Gem of the Prarie" 3-94:l

"Holiday Revels at the Newberry" 11-93:4

"Holiday Revels Revealed 1-94:4

"Historian Neil Harris to Address Club Gala" 1-95:1

“One Building, Multiple Bonds, Many Books” 6-02:6

"Openings & Closings" 9-96:5

"President Tom Joyce Presents Thoughts" 10-95:1

"President's Assessment" 8-97:1,3

"Purloined Books" 10-96:3-4

“Ralph Fletcher Seymour” 12-02:1

"Ripple Effects in Shadowlands" 3-94:1

"A Swift Kick-Off For the New Year" 1-94:1

see also obituaries

“Juan de Manara”

5-05:7

Jubilee Press

1-94:4, 4-94:3

Judaica

8-03:3,5,6,8

judgement

2-02:2

Julia

8-05:6

"Juliet V. Strauss: More Than a Pretty Face and Fine Figure in Bronze in an Indiana Park"

7-97:4

Jung, Norman O.

7-01:7, 5-03:7, 7-04:5

Junto

7-98:7

Jurco, Steven

8-04:1

Juvelis, Priscilla

6-99:8

"Die Jungfrau von Orleans"

2-01:6

justice

8-04:2

K

Kacmarcik, Frank

11-01:8

“Kaddish for a Child Not Born”

6-03:6-7

Kafka, Franz

1-95:2

Kageyama, Yasuhiko

12-01:15

Kahn, Edward

5-97:5

Kahn, Herman

10-00:3

Kaiser, Georg

1-99:1, 3-01:6

Kalamazoo College

11-04:15

Kalkowski, Mary Ann

2-02:4*

Kallies, Ericka

6-96:4

KAM Isriah Israel

9-98:4*

Kanin, Garson

letter 12-97:7

Kanin, Krysztap

8-96:4

Kant, Immanuel

8-03:2

Kantor, Alvin “Bob”

6-95:1, 10-95:4, 4-96:1, 8-97:6*, 5-02:7

Kantor, Bob

letter 9-96:4

“Das Kapital”

8-03:8*

Kaplan, Emanuel

3-05:7

Karanovich, Nick

5-95:6, 6-95:6, 7-95:6, 8-95:6

Karasik, Mikhail

11-97:8

"Karen Skubish Assumes Presidency of the Caxton Club" by Frank J. Piehl

9-97:3

Karrow, Robert W., Jr.

1-94:6, 9-94:6, 4-96:4, 1-97:6, 2-97:6, 5-97:6, 6-98:6, 11-98:4, 7-99:7, 1-00:6, 2-00:5, 5-00:2, 6-00:7, 2-01:3, 10-01:7, 11-01:7, 12-01:16, 8-02:4, 10-02:7, 11-02:8, 3-03:5, 5-03:3, 9-03:2, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 12-04:7, 3-05:8, 4-05:13

Karrow, Robert W., Jr.

“The Chartographic Golden Triangle” 1-03:3,7

"The Founding of the Newberry" 2-00:1,4

"Newberry Cartographic Collections" 3-00:4-5

"Newberry Map Collection" 2-00:1,5

"To the Ends of the Earth", 2-01:3

photo captions 11-98:1,4

untitled article 2-00:7

Kasper

5-97:5*

Kat Ran Press

9-02:8-9, 1-05:5,6

“Katherine, Gentle Voice”

12-01:14

"Kathryn and Howard Clark of Twinrocker Continue Craft Traditions in Paper Making" by K.H.Paterson

6-95:3-4

Katz, Sandra

1-01:3

Kaufman, Edgar

11-96:2

Kaufman, Michael

9-93:2

Kaufman, Phil

5-00:6

Kavalio

11-98:5

“Kavanagh”

11-04:10,11*

Kazin, Alfred

2-94:2, 9-00:2

Keats, John

6-98:2, 7-05:8

Keeler, Harry Stephen

12-99:6-7

"Keeping Up With the Present by Remembering the Past" by K.H.Paterson and David R. Godine

10-95:4

Keese, John

11-04:8

Keig, Susan Jackson

7-99:7, 12-01:4,5,9,15, 3-02:7, 4-02:7, 9-02:10, 5-03:7, 6-03:7, 10-03:7, 7-04:5, 6-05:8*, 9-05:4,5,6, 11-05:15*

Keig, Susan Jackson

"A Glimpse Into Chicago's Tradition of Print" 9-01:4

“When the Bauhaus Met the Shakers” 12-01:4-5,9

letter 6-01:7

Keith, Elbridge G.

12-01:11

“Keith Preston: Chicago Professor, Poet, and Newspaperman” by Kim Coventry

12-01:10-11

Kelehar, Dan

9-02:6,7,8

Kellar, Scott

12-93:1, 1-94:6, 3-94:3,4, 6-94:6, 9-94:5, 4-95:4, 6-95:1, 2-97:3, 12-97:2, 7-98:6, 11-02:7, 3-03:7, 4-03:7

Kellar, Scott

"Contemplations of a Rare Book Conservator" 2-97:5

Kelley, Maurice

6-97:1

Kellogg, Ruth

11-99:4

Kelly, Bill

3-99:6

Kelly, Brigit Pegeen

"Of Royal Blood" (excerpt) 8-99:4

Kelly, Charles A., Jr.

1-00:7, 8-00:8, 9-00:8

Kelly, James

9-04:10

Kelly, Jerry

3-01:7

Kelly, Jim

1-98:3

Kelly, Robert Q.

7-04:5

Kelm, Daniel E.

9-02:3*-4, 1-05:6

Kelmscott Press

11-05:16

Kendall, Whitmore

2-04:5

Kendalville, Indiana

8-02:2, 8-04:7

-Public Library

2-00:7

Kenealy, Edward Vaughan Hyde

12-00:6

Kennard, James

11-04:10

Kennard, Laurie

9-93:1*

Kennedy, Amos Paul

9-93:3, 1-94:4, 4-94:3, 5-95:5, 2-96:5, 7-98:6

Kennedy, Amos Paul

"American Poet, Paul Laurence Dunbar" 2-94:1

Kennedy, J. Gerald

7-01:7

Kennedy, Jacqueline

4-01:5*

Kennedy, John Fitzgerald

3-96:2, 11-97:2, 4-01:5*, 11-05:15

Kennedy, John Fitzgerald Jr.

9-97:6

Kennedy, John P.

6-04:7

Kennedy, Mary

10-99:7

Kennedy, Robert Fitzgerald

11-97:2

Kennedy, Roger G.

7-04:4

Kennedy, William

1-05:7

Kennedy & Sons Press

2-96:5

Kennerley, Mitchell

3-02:5

Kensal Green Cemetery

2-99:6

Kent, Rockwell

1-94:3,4, 12-95:4, 4-98:4,6, 8-99:1, 4-01:7, 8-05:7

Kepes, Gyorgy

7-98:4

Kertesz, Imre

6-03:7

Ketell, Samuel

11-04:4

Key, Ellen

10-98:5

Key West

6-05:10

Keyes, Geoffrey

9-96:1

Khalili, Nasser D. Collection of Islamis Art

1-02:7

Kidder, Tracy

9-02:1

Kierkegaard, Soren

5-05:8

Kiffer, Sandy

3-01:7

Killie, Jerry

5-97:5

Kilmartin, Terence

4-02:4,6

Kilmer, Joyce

4-97:5

Kimber, Mr.

6-05:6

"Kindred Spirits"

11-00:3

Kindschy, Errol

6-97:5

King, Mary

5-02:4

King, Stephen

1-94:4, 5-98:3

King, Susan E.

4-04:6

“King Lear”

4-03:2,3*, 8-04:1

Kings Canyon National Park

5-01:3

Kinkle, Anna

11-04:15

Kintail

8-01:8

Kinzie, Juliette

1-96:5, 6-97:2

Kircher, Athanasius

2-00:6

Kirk, James Tiberius

3-02:5

Kirshenbaum, David

3-94:3

Kitteredge, William A.

1-94:3,5, 2-94:3, 9-94:5, 12-97:7, 4-98:1,4, 7-98:6, 8-99:1,4, 2-01:1, 5-01:7, 12-02:6*

Kittle, Ann

7-01:5, 12-01:8, 8-02:7

Kittle, C. Fred

1-97:6, 3-97:1*,2,3*,4*,5, 5-97:6, 3-98:8, 6-98:7, 5-99:8, 6-99:3,7, 7-99:7, 12-99:7*, 5-00:2, 6-00:8, 8-00:4*,5, 10-00:7, 11-00:2, 1-01:7, 6-01:7, 7-01:5,7, 8-01:4*,5*, 9-01:7, 12-01:8, 8-02:4,5*,7*, 10-02:7, 4-03:7,8, 5-03:7, 7-03:7, 9-03:2, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 8-04:7

Kittle, C. Fred

"Another Birthday Party for the Immortal Sleuth" 4-00:7

"Council Notes" 5-01:8, 6-01:7

"Dinner Programs" always last page, 9-97 to 8-99

"Of a Fortuitous Attic Discovery" 8-00:5

"The President's Report, 1999-2000" 6-00:7

"There's More to Doyle Than Holmes" 3-97:1,7

Klampp, Emil

5-97:5

Kleiman, Isidore

4-96:2,3

Kleiman Creative Writing Contest

2-00:7

Kleiman family

12-03:2

Klein, Ronald C.

10-02:7, 5-03:7, 7-04:5

Kleine, Alex E.

1-94:1

Kleinschmidt, Karl

12-98:3

Klemen, Elaine

10-02:7, 7-04:5

Kline, Otis Adelbert

12-99:7

Klingsport Typographic Museum

9-02:10

Klostersturm

11-00:8

Knapp, Tracey

9-02:8

Kner, Albert

5-98:7

Kner, Elizabeth

9-95:3, 5-97:1, 5-98:7, 7-98:6, 3-01:3

Knight, Elianna

7-00:5

Knight, Lisa

7-00:5

Knight, Moyra

5-95:4

Knight, Steve

7-00:5

Knoertzer, Joan

8-02:5

Knoertzer, Joan

“FABS 2002” 8-02:4-5

untitled 10-03:3

Knox, John

1-97:4

Knox, Msgr. Ronald

3-02:5

Knox College

5-03:1

"Knoxville: Summer 1915"

10-98:2

Koch, Ann

11-93:4, 1-94:1,5, 2-94:1, 9-97:3

Koch, Peter

9-02:6, 3-05:8, 4-05:16, 5-05:12

Koch, Rudolf

9-02:10

Koch, Theodore W.

2-98:7

Koenig, Michael

2-94:4, 3-94:4, 11-94:6, 5-95:4, 8-95:4

Koenig Hahnrei

1-99:1

Koestler, Arthur

4-04:8

Kogan, Herman

9-03:14

Kogan, Irene

5-04:7

Kogan, Rick

4-99:5, 6-01:7

Kohn, Mish

10-03:7

Koht, Thorvald

3-03:6

Kolb, Gwin

5-94:3, 4-95:1, 5-95:3*, 6-95:1, 8-95:4, 12-95:4, 1-97:6, 7-99:7, 8-99:8, 11-99:6,7, 1-00:7, 9-00:7, 12-00:8, 5-03:7, 5-04:4, 12-04:5*-6, 9-05:5,6

Kolb, Ruth

12-04:6, 9-05:5

Koloc, Bonnie

12-03:11, 5-04:6

Kolvoord, Bob

1-96:3

Konrad, George

6-03:7

Korbel, Barbara

8-01:7, 11-02:7

Kosinski, Jerzy

6-96:5

Kosinski, Kiki

6-96:5

Kostura, William

1-98:6

Kotlowitz, Alex

7-96:5

Kramer, Julia W.

9-93:3

Kramer, Kay Michael

8-95:1, 1-00:7, 9-00:7, 3-04:8, 4-04:8, 9-04:8*-9, 3-05:l

Kramer, Sidney

10-95:3

Krames, Josef

10-94:1

Krapp, Philip

9-93:4, 10-93:4

Kraus, H.P.

1-94:4

Krause, Peter

10-03:3

Kredel, Fritz

9-95:3, 3-01:3

Kristof, Nicholas D.

11-03:2

Kroch, Adolph

5-99:7

Kroch, Carl

2-95:3*, 3-01:7

-Library

5-99:7*

Kroch, Carl

Letter 5-99:6

Krueger, Karen

letter 9-97:7

Krummel, D.W.

7-99:7, 6-00:7,8

Krutch, Joseph Wood

1-96:2

Kruty, Peter

10-04:9

Krystal, Arthur

9-96:5

Kuch, Michael

9-02:7*,8

“Kudos for Robert Cotner”, by Daniel R. Hayman

11-03:6

Kuethe, E. William, Jr.

1-05:l

Kuhn, Thomas S.

11-95:2

Kuhta, Richard

1-04:8, 2-04:8

Kuiper, Kathleen

1-97:6

Kula, Elsa

6-01:7

Kulis, Margaret

2-97:6

Kumin, Maxine

10-00:5

Kur’an

1-02:7

Kyle, Heidi

1-05:4

L

La Bute, Neil

1-05:8

"Labyrinth of Time"

6-95:2

La Chatre

5-02:4

Lachevre, Frederick

4-99:3

Lackner, Herman

1-97:6

"The Lady's Book of Flowers and Poetry"

5-99:1*,4*

LaFargue, Michael

12-00:5

Lafforgue, Marie Anne-France

7-96:2

Lagana, Gretchen

9-93:3, 1-94:1,6, 5-94:2, 7-94:1*, 1-95:4, 5-95:1, 8-95:4,5, 1-96:4, 1-97:5, 6-97:4, 9-97:3, 7-98:4, 8-98:8, 10-98:1

Lagana, Gretchen

"UIC Design Archive" 7-98:4

Lagerlöf, Selma

4-01:1*

Lahaina Printsellers, Ltd.

11-96:2, 2-97:2,5*, 11-00:2

Lake Forest, IL

2-04:8, 3-04:8

Lake Forest College

5-95:4, 1-01:8, 12-02:1, 2-03:4, 1-04:5

Lake Zurich Country Club

10-98:7

Lakeside Classics

1-94:5, 2-97:3, 8-05:7

Lakeside Press

10-93:3, 11-93:3, 1-94:5, 2-94:3, 3-94:3, 9-94:1, 1-95:6, 3-01:?, 12-02:7, 9-04:9

Lamartine, Alphonse de

12-01:6-7

L’Amour, Louis

9-03:5

Lamb, John

8-95:4

Lamb, Kathleen

9-93:3,4, 1-94:4, 1-95:4, 1-96:4, 9-97:3

Lamb, Kathleen

"Caxton Club Centennial Exhibitions Slated" 9-93:3

"A Reminder from the Centennial Exhibitions Committee" 12-93:4

Lambert, Allan

9-01:5

Lambremont, Jeanette

7-01:2

"The Lamentations of Jeremiah"

5-00:3

Lamont, Bridget L.

2-95:1,4

Lampe, Evelyn

11-94:6, 12-95:4, 1-97:6, 2-98:7, 5-99:8, 7-99:7, 11-99:7, 1-00:7, 6-00:8, 1-01:7, 12-01:15, 4-02:8, 8-02:7, 5-03:7, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 4-05:15, 6-05:10*

Lancaster, John

9-02:5

“The Land of Caxton Beckons”, by Junie Sinson

2-05:2

Landino, Cristoforo

8-95:3, 4-00:1,4, 10-05:2

-Commentary on Dante

4-00:1,4,6*

“Landmark Exhibit Nears Gala Opening”, by Kim Coventry

3-05:1-2,4-6

Landon, Alf

11-97:7

Landt, Dan “Skip”

4-95:4

Landt, Skip

See also obits

Lane, George

9-98:8

Lane, Gilman

11-96:1

Lang, Dan

7-94:4, 7-95:5, 8-96:4, 3-01:3

Lang, Jean

8-96:4

Langdon, Robert

5-03:2

Langenscheidt Map Co.

3-00:5

Langham

2-99:5

"Langston Hughes: A Poet Grown Deep Like the Rivers" by Robert Cotner

9-01:1,6

"The Langston Hughes I Can't Forget" by Dempsey J. Travis

12-00:1,3

Language of Flowers

5-99:1,4, 8-01:6

Lanier, Sidney

8-96:2, 1-98:3,5*

Lansing, Alfred

11-98:4

Lapham, Increase

1-03:7

LaPine, John

5-04:7, 7-04:5

Laramie, WY

8-05:1-3,8

Lark Sparrow Press

9-02:11, 1-05:4,6

Larkin, Jean A.

11-94:6, 11-95:2, 5-99:6, 1-00:7, 2-01:7, 4-03:7

Larkin, Oliver

4-95:2, 11-96:2

Larsen, Don

5-04:5

Larson, Art

9-02:7-8

Larssen, Edvard

7-03:5

Lascaris, Constantine

10-05:1

Lascaris manuscript

10-05;2

Laskes, J.J.

10-01:3

Lasner, Mark Samuels

7-01:5

Lassalle, Ferdinand

8-03:8

“Last-Minute Message for a Time Capsule”, by Philip Appleman

4-03:3

“The Last Night of Don Juan”

10-04:5


"The Last of the Mohicans"

3-99:4

Last Supper, Menu at

10-99:7

“The Last Tycoon”

9-03:13

"The Late Stanton Friedberg: An Exemplary Caxtonian" by Gene Hotchkiss

2-98:5

"Late Summer Meeting Launches New Year and Conference of Humanists" by Robert Cotner

9-93:1

Latham, Dwight

7-00:4

Lathem, Edward

1-01:3

Lathrop, Bryan

3-95:5

Latin School (Maine)

9-95:4

Lau, D.C.

12-00:5

Laufer, Berthold

2-98:7

Lauren, Liz

12-02:9

Lavender, Jimmie

5-01:6

“Law & Order”

8-05:8

Lawrence High School

11-05:2

Lawrence, Jacob

8-95:5

Laxness, Haldor

1-99:6

Laxson, Ruth

1-05:6

Layden, Elmer

7-03:6

Leadership Institute

9-97:7

“Leaf Book Friday Lunch, April, 2004”, by Martha Chiplis

9-04:8-9

leaf books

5-03:7, 9-04:2,8-9, 3-05:1*-2*,3,4*,5*,6*, 6-05:5-10

League of American Writers

8-00:6

Lear, Norman

1-01:3

Leardo, Giovanni

1-03:1,4

Leardo Map

1-03:1*

"Leaves From a South Pacific and Asian Sketch Book"

10-98:7

"Leaves of Grass"

8-96:l,2,3,5, 9-03:1*,6*,7*,8-10*, 7-04:2

Leavitt, Sarah Taylor

5-97:1

“Lebensgeschichte”

8-03:8*

LeBlanc, Maurice

3-02:1*,4

LeBreton, Andre

10-05:6,7

LeCorbusier

10-97:1

"Lectionary of the Charterhouse of Florence"

4-00:3*

lecture reviews

"Early Book Bindings in the Collection of Loyola University Chicago" by John Chalmers, rev. by Michael Grace 6-96:4

lectures, Non-Caxtonian

11-03:7, 9-04:7, 3-05:6

lectures, publishing

6-05:5

Lederman, Leon

12-01:2, 5-03:6

Lee, Ann

12-01:8

Lee, Anna

7-01:1

Lee, Margaret

2-97:6

Lee, Melissa J.

6-00:8

Leech, John

12-93:1

Leekley, Richard

4-97:1

"The Left Hand of Darkness"

10-98:1*

Lefty

12-96:4, 7-05:1*-2,4*-5

legacies

8-04:6

"The Legacy of Goethe in the 250th Year of His Birth Spans Nations and Genres" by Pierre Ferrand

9-99:3,6

“La Legende de Don Juan”

5-05:7

"The Legends of Jekyl (sic) Island"

1-98:1,3

Legg, Franklyn H.

7-94:4

Legg, Franklyn H.

"Adventures in Bibliomania" 4-94:3, 6-94:4

LeGuin, Ursula K.

12-00:5

Leiber, Fritz, Jr.

12-99:7

Leland, John

6-05:5

Lellenberg, Jon L.

3-98:8, 4-02:5

Lemmonnier, C.

6-04:10

Lemon, Charles

5-94:4

Lemperly, Paul

7-98:7

"Lena and the Old Witch"

9-00:7, 10-00:7

Lenau, Nicholas

9-99:6, 5-05:6-7

Leo X

2-98:6, 10-05:10

Leo XIII

3-01:4

"Leo Belgius"

3-00:4*

Leon, Donna

8-05:7

Leonard, George III

10-01:8, 6-02:6, 8-02:4,7, 10-02:7, 5-03:6, 6-03:7, 10-03:3, 5-04:7,8, 7-04:5, 4-05:13, 9-05:7

Leonard, William Ellery

10-99:5

Leoni, Edgar

11-03:3

Leopold, Aldo

6-97:2

Leopold, Nathan

10-94:3, 3-98:1,7

leprechaun

3-94:3

LeRenner, Henri

6-04:3

Lesley, J. Ingrid

4-95:1, 7-95:4, 8-95:4,5, 9-95:5, 2-96:4, 3-96:8, 4-96:6, 1-97:6, 6-98:7, 8-98:6, 7-99:7, 12-99:7, 1-00:7, 6-00:8, 12-00:7, 4-02:7

Lessing

11-95:2, 10-05:7,9

“The Lesson”, by Truman Metzel

12-02:5

"Let Love Go On" by Carl Sandburg

11-98:6

"A Letter From Evanston" by Ed Quattrocchi

12-97:6, 1-98:6, 2-98:6, 1-99:7, 7-01:1,4,5, 8-01:8

“Letter to the Second Church and Society”

12-03:4

lettering

9-95:1*,2

“Letters and Social Aims”

12-03:10

letters from readers

2-94:4, 5-94:4, 8-94:6, 10-94:5, 11-94:5, 2-95:4, 4-95:3, 11-95:4, 12-95:5, 2-96:3, 4-96:4, 9-96:3,4,6, 2-97:5, 3-97:7, 5-97:3, 8-97:4, 9-97:7, 12-97:7, 5-99:6, 6-99:5, 8-99:8, 1-00:7, 3-00:7, 8-00:7, 10-00:7, 6-01:7, 4-02:4,6, 4-03:7, 5-03:5, 7-03:5, 9-03:3, 10-03:7, 11-03:7, 5-04:6

"Letters of St. Jerome"

4-00:3*

Letters to Poetry magazine

2-01:8

“Lettre sur les Aveugles”

10-05:7-8

“Lettres Juives”

8-03:5*

Levarie, Norma

1-96:5

Leventhal, A.J.

6-98:3

Levertov, Denise

10-04:9

Levi, Edward

5-97:4

“Leviathan”

9-04:3*

Levy, Primo

8-03:1*,4-5

Levy, Susan

4-95:3, 5-95:3,6, 6-95:1, 8-95:4, 11-96:6, 12-96:6, 1-97:6, 2-97:3, 9-97:3, 4-98:1,8, 5-98:7, 8-98:8, 6-99:5, 11-99:4,7, 7-01:7, 10-01:8, 2-03:7, 3-03:5, 5-03:7, 7-04:5, 8-05:7*

Levy, Susan

"Literacy Chicago's Book Auction" 3-94:3

Lewellyn, Stephen

11-02:7

Lewis, C.S.

3-94:1,2,3, 4-95:2, 4-98:6

Lewis, Edwin Herbert

3-99:1,3

Lewis, Herbert

4-99:7

Lewis, Janet

3-99:1*,2,3,4,6*,7*, 4-99:7*, 5-99:5, 6-99:5, 2-02:7, 9-03:12

Lewis, Janet

"Words for a Song" 9-99:7

Lewis, Lloyd

2-04:2

Lewis, Sinclair

12-01:11, 5-02:4, 2-04:2, 8-05:7

Lewis and Clark Expedition

10-03:2,8

"The Lewis-Winters Chicago Connection Revisited" by Durrett Wagner

5-99:5

Lewisohn, Ludwig

10-99:5

Leyendecker, Joseph C.

2-95:5

Leypoldt, Frederick

9-04:10-11

Li Rui

12-02:10

Li-Young Lee

1-05:8

Liberia

2-98:4

“The Libertine”

5-05:5

Librarian of Congress

10-01:5

libraries

1-94:4, 8-94:5, 7-95:4, 4-05:11-12,14

Library Company of Philadelphia

12-01:8

Library of Congress

6-94:2,3*,5, 6-00:1*,2,3*,4*,5

-Main Reading Room

6-00:2,3*

"The Library of Congress at 200 looks to the Future" by John Y. Cole

6-00:1,4,5

Liebow, Ely

8-95:4, 3-97:5, 5-99:6, 6-01:7, 3-02:5, 5-03:7, 2-05:11*

Liebow, Ely

“And finally” 4-02:5-6

"Doyle Influenced by English and American Literature" 3-97:4,5

“Getting to Sherlock Holmes’ 148th Birthday” 3-02:5

Liebow, Phoebe

2-05:11

life

-active

4-00:4

-contemplative

4-00:4

-mariner

1-03:2

-Proust and the experience of

4-02:4,6

"The Life and Typography of William Caxton"

6-94:4

“The Life of George Washington” by John Marshall (book)

10-02:5*

“The Life of the Mind”

2-02:2,3

Like, Joe

10-02:7, 3-03:5, 5-03:7

Like, Joe

“Poetry Magazine” 1-05:2-3,8

Lilly, Eli

12-01:5

Lilly, Ruth

12-02:2, 1-05:2-3,8

-Fellowships

1-05:3

-Prize

1-05:3

-Professorship

1-05:3

Lilly Library

4-98:6, 3-99:3, 4-02:4, 10-05:12

Limberlost

12-96:1,2,4(map)

Limited Editions Club

9-02:6,8

Lin Yutang

12-00:5

Linacre, Thomas

7-01:4, 11-03:1,4

Lincoln, Abraham

2-94:3, 2-98:3-4*, 9-03:8-9, 10-03:3*, 2-04:1*-7*,4*, 7-04:2,3*, 4-05:10

-Association

1-00:7

-Bookshop

9-98:7, 11-00:4

-Brigade

8-00:6

-Memorial (statue)

2-04:6

-Tomb

2-04:5*

Lincoln, Abraham

“Gettysburg Address” 7-04:3

Lincoln, Edward

3-01:7

Lincoln, Robert Todd

1-96:5, 9-99:6

Lincoln Academy of Illinois

6-97:1

“Lincoln and Whitman”

7-04:2,3

Lincoln-Douglas Debates

2-04:4

“The Lincoln Library of Essential Information”

12-04:5

Lincoln Storage Co.

11-00:4

"Lincoln the Constitutional Lawyer"

2-94:3

Lincoln the Lawyer Award

1-00:7

Lincoln Society of Boston

7-04:7

Lincoln University

9-01:6

Lindbergh, Anne Morrow

7-97:1*,5,6

Lindbergh, Charles A.

7-97:1*,5, 1-03:1

"Lindberghs Remembered on 70th Anniversary of Epic Flight" by Peggy Sullivan

7-97:1,5

Lindholm Service Station

11-96:5*

Lindley, Daniel

6-97:1*

Lindsay, Elisabeth

7-99:4

Lindsay, Nicholas Vachel

see Lindsay, Vachel

Lindsay, Nicky

7-99:4

Lindsay, Susan

7-99:4

Lindsay, Vachel

3-96:1, 7-99:1*,3,4,7,8, 1-00:7, 9-01:6

Lindsay, Vachel

"Prologue to 'Rhymes to Be Traded For Bread'" 7-99:1

Lindseth, Jon

7-01:5

Lindsey, Lt.

9-99:1

Lindstrom, Donald

12-95:4, 5-04:3

"Line From East Central Illinois to Iowa and Below" by Laurel Church

2-99:7

“A Line o’Type or Two”

12-01:10

"Lines Composed in American Indian Effigy Mounds Near Aurora, Illinois, Columbus Day, 1992" (excerpt) by Robert Cotner

7-00:3, 7-04:8

"A Link With Caxton on a Tour of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange" by Ed Quattrocchi

11-99:6-7

Linnaeus, Carolus

6-03:4-5

Linne Building

11-00:5

Linnell, John

2-99:5

"The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe"

3-94:1

Lipsius, Justus

5-05:10

Liska, Christine

5-96:3

Liska, Robert

5-96:3

Liszt, Franz

9-99:6

Lister, John

12-02:9*

literacy

5-96:7

Literacy Chicago

3-94:3

"Literacy Chicago's Book Auction" by Susan Levy

3-94:3

"Literary Scholar to Address November Caxton Meeting"

11-96:4

literature

1-97:2

-vernacular

5-96:7, 6-96:3

literature, Chinese

12-02:10

Littell, C.G.

1-94:3

Little, Richard Henry

12-01:11

Little, Thomas

8-00:8

"Little Review Exiles Number 1"

7-96:3

The Little Room

2-95:5, 4-95:5

Little Samson

5-04:4

Liu Haiping

12-02:5,10

livres d'artiste

12-94:4

"Liza of Lambeth"

9-97:1,4*,8*

Llewellyn, Roger

4-00:7

Locke, Alan

3-98:3

Locke, J. William

5-04:7, 7-04:5, 1-05:7,8, 4-05:13

Locke, John (printer)

9-02:5

Lockhart, Gene

12-02:8*

Loesch, Katherine

12-01:14

loggerhead turtles

11-02:2

logos

12-93:3

Lomax, Alan

9-03:5

London

10-99:6

London, Jack

5-04:1

Long, Barbara Denemark

7-01:7, 4-02:7, 5-04:7

Long, Elizabeth

3-04:6, 4-04:1*,6

Long, Judith Reich

12-96:5

Long, Robert

4-02:7

Longfellow, Francis “Fanny”

7-00:1, 11-04:6-7*,9,10,11

Longfellow, Henry W.

10-95:4, 8-96:2, 1-98:5, 7-00:1,3*,4,5,6,7,8, 6-04:12, 11-04:1*-14,12*, 4-05:1

Longfellow, Henry W.

“Autumnal Nightfall” 11-04:2

“The Cross of Snow” 11-04:11-12

Longfellow, Mary Storer

7-00:1, 11-04:4,5

Longfellow, Stephen

11-04:1,3

Longfellow, Zilpah Wadsworth

11-04:l

"Longfellow and Dante in Houghton Library Collections" by Dennis C. Marnon

7-00:7

Longfellow Gardens

7-00:4,8*

"Longfellow: Poet, Scholar, Bibliophile-Legend" by Robert Cotner

7-00:1,4

"Longfellow's Enduring Influence Across America" by Ed Quattrocchi

7-00:5

Longo Home

10-03:3

Longworth, R.C.

4-00:2, 10-02:6

Longworth, R.C.

“A Chicago Kid Fulfills a Dream” 4-03:1,4-5

See also book reviews

"Look Homeward, Angel"

8-00:6*

"Looking Backward at 50 Years of Bookselling in Chicago" by Carlos Martinez

10-00:1,4

"Looking Backward ona Pioneer Utopian" by Pierre Ferrand

10-00:3,6

"Looking Backward 2000-1887"

10-00:3,6

Lookingglass Theater

8-05:8

Lopez, Barry

8-02:5, 5-03:1

Lopez, Ken

8-02:4, 9-02:4

Lopez-Vasquez, Alfredo Rodriguez

5-05:3,5

Lorca, Concia

10-03:5

“Lord Auchinleck’s Fingal”, by Paul T. Ruxin

2-05:1,6-10

Lorenzo, Nicolo di

10-05:2

Los Angeles Times Building

3-98:1

“Los de Abajo”

8-04:4-5

Lotus Eaters

6-99:3

Loucraine, Richard

6-03:6

Love, Richard H.

9-95:2, 1-97:6, 10-97:2, 12-97:7, 3-98:6, 5-98:7,8, 2-99:7, 7-99:6, 5-03:7, 10-03:7

-Galleries

2-99:7

"Love and Ethics"

10-98:5

“Love Divine, All Love Excelling”

7-02:4,8

“Love for Sale”, by Dan Crawford

3-03:5

"Love Letters of Nathaniel Hawthorne"

4-99:4, 5-99:3*

"The Love of Books"

4-97:3

"Love's Labors Lost"

10-00:6

Lovecraft, H.P.

12-98:1

Lowell, Amy

10-94:1, 11-05:11

Lowell, James Russell

8-96:2, 5-98:2, 7-00:1,5, 1-04:2, 6-04:11, 4-05:1

Lowenberg, David H.

1-01:4

Loyola University

6-96:4

Luce, Clare Booth

-medallion

11-05:15

“Lucile”

1-04:8, 9-04:10

Ludlow Eusebius

1-00:4

Ludlow Typographic Co.

11-93:2, 9-94:1, 12-94:2, 10-98:1,6,7, 9-01:4

“Ludwig Rosenberger Collection: a political, social and cultural history of Jews”, by Sem Sutter

8-03:3,5

Lully, Jean-Baptiste

10-04:6

"Luncheon Programs"

by Ed Quattrocchi, 9-93:4, 10-93:4

by Ed Quattrocchi and Leonard Freedman, always last page, 11-93 to present

Lundblad, Jamey

4-98:6

Lupin, Arsene

3-02:1,4

Luther, Kem

9-98:5

Lynch, Beverly

3-95:6, 4-95:6, 5-95:1,2, 8-95:4, 7-01:7, 5-03:6

"A Lyric Writer's Lament (A Faustian Bargain) for Robert Cotner" by Laurel Church

1-99:4

Lytton, Edward Robert, 1st Earl of

1-04:8

M

"Ma wang tui"

12-00:4-5

Mabinogion

1-99:1,6

McAdams, Heather

11-00:7, 9-01:8

McAleer, Neill

12-98:5

Macbeth

4-04:2

McCabe, Joseph

8-00:4

McCagg, Ezra B.

1-98:1

McCamant, Robert

4-95:4, 7-98:6, 11-00:7, 12-00:7, 5-01:7, 9-01:7,8, 8-01:7, 12-01:15, 8-02:5,7, 9-02:1, 2-03:7, 3-03:8, 5-03:7, 6-03:7, 10-03:3, 3-04:6, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 8-04:7, 9-04:7, 11-04:14,15, 12-04:4, 1-05:11, 2-05:10,11, 4-05:13, 5-05:10, 8-05:8, 10-05:10, 11-05:14

McCamant, Robert

“Caryl Seidenberg and the Vixen Press” 12-01:14

“Caxtonians Collect: Susan Jackson Keig” 11-05:15

“Craig Jobson” 9-02:11

“Luncheon Programs” page 8, 9-03 to 9-04

“Northampton, MA” 9-02:1,3-10

“The Plantin-Moretus Museum of Antwerp” 5-05:9-10

“Report from Silver Spring” 1-05:4-6

“Talking With Audrey” 2-05:3-5

see also obituaries

McCarthy, Mary

2-02:1

McCarthy, Rita

6-96:4

McClatchey, Jack

12-93:3, 1-95:7

McClellan, James C. Jr.

8-94:2, 11-01:2

McClellan, Louise

8-94:2

McClellan, Mary Louisa

11-01:2

McClurg, Alexander C.

10-93:3, 11-93:3, 12-99:1, 3-05:6

-Bookstore

see “Newberry Library Bookstore”

McCormick, Cyrus

10-03:2

McCormick, Mrs.

1-96:5

McCormick, Robert

5-02:4

McCrank, Lawrence J.

5-04:7

McCree, Mary Lynn

5-94:3, 9-97:3

McCullough, David

11-97:7, 9-00:1, 10-00:5*

McCutcheon, John T.

9-93:1, 10-93:2, 11-94:3, 2-95:5, 11-95:5, 10-96:3, 7-97:5, 9-97:5, 11-97:3, 7-98:6, 12-02:6*,7

-Elementary School

7-97:6

-"Injun Summer"

10-93:1, 11-94:3, 11-95:5, 10-96:3, 9-97:5

MacDonald, Kevin

6-04:4

McDonald, Michael Patrick

10-00:5

MacDonald, Sebastien

5-95:4

McFarlane, Mary Ann

3-94:4, 4-94:4, 12-95:4

McGhee, Andrew

9-04:11

McGovern, William

2-98:7

McGowan, David

9-93:1*

-Film & Video, Inc.

9-93:1

McGrath, Harold

9-02:1,3,5,8,10

McGraw, Alva

7-04:4

McGraw, DeLoss

3-99:6

McGreevy, Tom

6-98:3

McGreggor, Barry

7-01:3*

McGuinness, Ralph

6-95:1, 8-95:4

Machado, Antonio

5-05:7

Machado, Manuel

5-05:7

Machi, Nina

8-95:4

Machiavelli, Nicolo

1-00:6

Machine, Frankie

5-00:4

"The Machine Stops"

12-98:2

McIlvaine, Carolyn

7-02:6-7, 8-02:1*,6, 11-03:6*

McInerny, Maud Burnet

3-04:8, 4-04:8

Macintosh G3

7-98:6

Mack, Deborah

6-98:6

McKay, Claude

3-98:3,6

McKay, George

9-04:11

McKean, Erin

2-03:8

McKellar, Ian

6-03:6

McKenna, Seana

7-01:3

McKenna, Siobhan

6-98:1,4

Mackey, Frank

11-96:4

McKim, Meade, & White

3-95:5, 8-98:1

McKinven, Doris

11-03:7

McKinven, Doris

letter 9-96:3

McKinven, John

11-93:3, 12-93:4, 1-94:4, 6-95:6, 10-95:5, 9-96:3, 12-97:7,8, 1-98:4, 7-98:8, 6-00:4, 8-00:4,5, 7-05:2

McKinven, John

"Of a fortuitous attic discovery" 8-00:4

see also Book Reviews

"McKinven Publishes New Book"

7-98:8

McKitterick, David

4-95:6

McKittrick, Bruce

8-94:5, 11-94:6, 1-95:7, 2-95:1, 4-96:3, 7-01:7

McKittrick, William

8-94:4,5, 1-95:6, 2-95:3, 8-95:4, 1-97:6, 7-01:7, 5-03:7, 7-04:5

McKittrick, Mrs. William

5-03:7

MacLean, David G.

12-96:3

Maclean, Norman

1-00:2, 11-04:4-5

MacLeish, Archibald

10-01:5

MacMahon, Franklin

3-01:3

McMahon, Margot

1-00:3

McMillan, S. Sterling

7-01:5

McMurtry, Larry

3-99:6

McNally, Andrew III

11-94:1, 11-95:1, 3-00:5, 2-02:7

McNally, Andrew IV

"From the Map-Makers for the World" 11-95:1

McNally, Rand

11-94:1, 1-95:6, 6-96:1, 12-99:1, 3-00:5, 1-03:3, 1-04:4,5

-collection

3-00:5

-corporate holiday cards

11-95:1

Macon, France

12-01:6-7

Macpherson of Beacham

2-05:7,10

Macpherson, Cluny

2-05:7

Macpherson, Ewen of Cluny

2-05:7

Macpherson, James

2-05:1,6*,7*-10

MacRae, Farqhar

8-01:8

MacRae Clan

8-01:8

McVicker, George

9-04:4-5

McVicker, Julia

9-05:4

"Madeleine"

6-01:4

Madero, Francisco

8-04:4

Madison Council

6-00:7

Maeterlinck, Maurice

3-01:6

Magellan, Ferdinan

12-99:2,3

Magellanic Cloud

12-99:3

Maggs, John

11-98:4

Maggs Bros.

11-98:4

Magi, Aldo

9-00:5

"Magic"

7-97:3*

magic and conjuring

5-05:11

“The Magic Cauldron”

1-05:1

“A Magic Collector’s Bookplate”, by Rex Conklin

1-05:1,10-11

Magic, Inc.

7-05:2

magicians

9-94:4, 7-05:2

"Magicians on Bill at Holiday Revels"

12-96:4

magnets, oil

7-99:8

Magnusson, Arni

1-99:3

Magnusson Institute

1-99:3*

Mahan, Margaret

11-04:15

Mahfouz, Naghib

11-02:5

Mahler, Gustav

9-99:6

"The Maid of Orleans"

2-01:6

Maigret, Inspector

3-02:4

Mailer, Norman

12-98:5, 5-03:1, 1-05:7

Maimon, Solomon

9-03:2,8

Maimonides Foundation

1-02:7

Main, Christopher

8-01:8

“Main Currents in American Thought”

11-01:1,6*, 7-04:2

"Main Reading Room, Library of Congress: The Nation's Temple of the Book"

6-94:3

“Main Street”

8-05:7

Mainz, Germany

9-95:4

"Major Gift Creates New Possibilities for Caxton Club" by Tom Joyce

12-96:3

Makielski, Lem A.

1-01:1

"Making and Keeping Dinner Reservations" by Robert Cotner

3-94:4

“The Making of a Nobel Laureate in Literature”, by Junie L. Sinson

11-02:1,4-5, 12-02:4-5,10

“Making the Club’s 1905 Leaf Book, William Caxton”

3-05:3

Mallette, Richard

4-95:4

Malmquist, Gaoran

11-02:4-5, 12-02:4,5,10, 10-03:5-6

Malon, Louis

10-02:3

Malone, David

3-94:1, 9-04:12

Malone, Edmond

9-04:7

Malory, Thomas

1-99:1

Malouf, Richard T.

11-95:4

Maltby, W.

8-02:8

Maltby, W.

“Christ is the Answer” 8-02:3

Malraux, Andre

6-01:1,4,5

Mamet, David

8-02:4, 5-03:1, 1-05:7

Man Booker Prize for Fiction

3-04:1,3-6,7

Man Group, PLC

3-04:1

"A Man of Honour"

9-97:4

Manchester, William

5-96:2

Mandelstam, Osip

10-03:5, 11-05:8

Mang, Karl

12-01:9

Mangler, Robert

"Vincent Starrett" 5-01:6-7

Manly, John M.

2-98:7

Mann, David

7-05:7*, 9-05:2

Mann, Horace

9-03:4

Mann, Klaus

9-99:3

Mann, Thomas

9-99:3, 11-02:6

"Mannerhouse"

9-00:4

"A Manner of Speaking"

8-94:6

Mansfield, Richard

10-04:4*

Mansion, Colard

6-96:3

Manson, Grant

11-96:1

“Ms. Found in a Bottle”

6-04:7

“Manuscript Illumination in the Modern Age”

6-05:7

Manuscript Society

9-05:5

manuscripts

6-05:5-10

--illuminated

4-00:3*

Manutius, Aldus

2-97:3, 4-00:4, 11-00:8, 7-01:4, 11-03:1,4, 10-05:1-5,10

Map Society of Wisconsin

1-03:7

Mapes, Carl

11-95:1

"Mapline"

3-00:5

maps

11-95:3, 6-96:1, 11-98:7, 2-00:1,4,5, 1-03:1,3-7

mapseller

6-99:7*

Maranon, Gregorio

5-05:7-8

Marbury v. Madison

10-02: 4

Marceau, Marcel

5-00:5

"March Dinner Meeting Rekindles Caxton Club Ties to The Fortnightly" by Suzanne Hotchkiss

3-95:5

Mardersteig, Martino

10-04:8

Margaret of York

5-96:7, 6-96:3

"Margarethe"

9-99:6

marginalia

1-99:3

marginalization

9-00:2

Margolin, Victor

5-99:1, 11-99:1, 12-99:8

Margolin, Victor

"Chicago Under Wraps" 11-99:4

Maria Celeste, Sr.

2-00:2,3*

“Mariano Azuela and the Novels of the Mexican Revolution”, by Pierre Ferrand

8-04:4-5

Marie de France

1-99:1

mariner life

1-03:2

Marino, Kate

1-00:3

Marks, Lilian

9-04:9

Marks, Saul

9-04:9

Marlowe, Christopher

9-99:3

Marnon, Dennis C.

7-00:7, 8-00:6, 9-00:5, 10-00:5

Marnon, Dennis C.

"Accessing Harvard's Wisdom Collection" 8-00:8

"Harvard's Thomas Wolfe Collection" 8-00:1,6

"Longfellow and Dante in Houghton Library Collections" 7-00:7

"Wolfe Collection" 9-00:3,6

"The Marriage" by Yvor Winters

3-99:7

Marriott, Thom

7-01:3*

Marsh, Betty

11-98:4

Marshall, Chris

7-05:2

Marshall, Frances Ireland

6-97:4, 9-02:10, 6-05:4, 7-05:2,4

Marshall, James

8-95:4, 4-01:7, 7-04:1

Marshall, James

“Intelligence Inscribed Before the Printed Word” 7-04:1,4,6

Marshall, Jay

11-93:3, 8-94:6, 6-95:1, 8-95:4,6, 9-96:1, 12-96:4, 6-97:4, 12-97:7,8, 1-98:4, 12-98:8, 7-99:7, 11-99:8, 12-99:8, 6-00:8, 8-00:4,5, 6-01:7, 8-01:4*,5*, 5-02:7, 9-02:10, 5-03:7, 1-05:11, 2-05:11, 5-05:11, 6-05:12, 7-05:1*,2,3*,4*,5*,6*

Marshall, Jay

“limerick” 7-05:6

"Of another Vacation" 8-00:4-5

see book reviews

Marshall, John

10-02:1*-5

-house

10-02:2-3*

Marshall, Paul

"A Salvation Army Officer Remembers Sallie Chesham" 12-97:3-4

Marshall, Simpkins

11-05:7,9

Marshall, Thurgood, Library

7-97:6

"The Marshes of Glynn"

1-98:5

Martens, Thierry

5-94:1

Martin of Tours, St.

9-95:4

Martin, Abe

8-00:2,3

Martin, Bradley

-Collection 6-04:4,5,6

Martin, Gordon

10-93:4, 5-97:1,4,5, 7-98:6, 9-05:4

Martin, Jessie

5-97:1,4,5, 9-05:4

Martin, Lynn

8-95:4, 2-97:6, 3-97:8, 6-98:7, 7-98:3, 6-99:8, 8-99:7, 11-99:1, 3-01:3, 4-01:7, 5-01:7, 8-01:8, 6-02:7, 8-02:7, 2-03:7, 3-03:7, 5-03:7, 9-05:6

Martin, Lynn

"Back to Gutenberg" 7-98:1,6

Martin, Noel

3-01:7

Martin, R. Eden

9-93:3, 1-94:6, 2-94:4, 9-94:6, 12-095:4, 1-98:7, 7-01:6, 3-03:8, 5-03:7, 9-03:1,6-11, 7-03:3, 7-04:5, 9-04:1, 12-03:1

Martin, R. Eden

“Collecting Early Frost” 11-05:1-14

“Collecting Emerson” 12-03:1,4-11

“Collecting Longfellow” 11-04:1-14

“Collecting Poe” 6-04:1,3-15

“Collecting Thoreau” 4-05:1-10

“Collecting Whitman” 9-03:1, 6-11

Martindale, Wayne

4-98:6

Martinez, Carlos

10-00:4, 11-00:6

Martinez, Carlos

"Harry Busch Recalls" 11-00:4-6

"Looking Back at 50 Years of Bookselling" 10-00:1,4

Marx, Karl

8-03:5,8

Masefield, John

7-994, 8-99:7

Masello, Steven

2-97:6, 5-99:8, 1-00:7, 1-01:8, 3-01:3, 4-01:8, 5-01:7, 2-02:7,8, 6-02:7, 8-02:7, 5-03:7, 7-04:5, 9-05:2, 10-05:10

Masello, Steven J.

"Books: More Engaging Than Computers" 1-00:1,6

"Gazing at Polyphemus" 1-00:1,6

"Rare Print Now in Caxtonian's Collection" 12-00:6-7

Mason, Edward G.

1-98:3

"A Masque of Poets"

1-98:5

Massachusetts General Hospital

10-01:3

Massachusetts Historical Society

6-03:1,8

Massachusetts Horticultural Society

11-03:1

Masters, Edgar Lee

3-98:7, 7-99:1

Matanky, Arnie

3-96:7

“Match in a Bottle”

9-02:8

Mathau, Walter

12-02:9

"Mathstart"

10-96:4

Matis, Len

5-99:5

"Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John"

4-01:1

Matthews, Brander

7-94:5

maturity

4-96:2

Maugham, W. Somerset

4-95:2, 9-97:1*,2,4*

-wife

10-04:2

Maui

2-97:2

Mauldin, Bill

11-98:6

Maury, Matthew Fontaine

12-04:8, 1-05:12, 2-05:12

Maxwell, William

9-02:12

May, Sally Ruth

9-94:1

Maybee, Bert

11-97:6

“Mayday and Other Poems”

12-03:9*

Mayer, Clara

9-03:15

Maylone, R. Russell

11-93:2, 4-94:4, 11-94:6, 8-95:4, 8-96:4, 4-97:5, 8-97:4, 7-98:8, 3-01:3, 12-01:15, 8-02:4, 6-05:6*

Mead Corporation

8-99:4

Medici

See de Medici

Medici Chapel

4-00:4

Medill School of Journalism

5-01:6

Mednick, Benjamin

7-98:8

“Meeting the Challenge”

12-02:11

"Mefistopele"

3-99:6

Mehmed II

1-02:7

Meier, August

2-96:3

"Mein Kampf"

4-99:3

Meine, Franklin J.

5-01:7, 12-02:7

Meknes

6-99:1

Meldman, Leonard

8-97:6, 9-97:8

Melhem, D.H.

7-95:1

Melville, Herman

1-94:3, 12-95:1*, 2-97:2, 5-98:3

Melville, Herman

"A Dutch Christmas" 12-95:5

"Melville J. Herskovits: A Life Devoted to African Cultures" by Robert Cotner

2-96:1

"Members Experience Thrills in Leaving Mid-Day Club" by Frank J. Piehl

6-97:4

"Members' Headshots Sought for Archives"by Br. Michael Grace

6-97:3

"Memoirs of a Book Snake"

10-01:8

memory

4-02:6, 8-03:1,4-5

Menard, Wilmon

9-97:4

Mencken, H.L.

10-98:8

Mendelssohn, Moses

8-03:2

“Mending Wall”

11-05:8,9-10

Menzes, Robert Spencer

7-99:4

"Mephisto"

9-99:3

"Mercadet, ou Le Farceur"

10-99:1,4

Mercator's Arctic

11-98:1

“The Merchant Prince of Cornville”

10-04:4-7

Meredith, Burgess

6-98:8

Meredith, Owen

1-04:8, 9-04:10

Merideth, William

6-97:1*

Merimee, Prosper

5-05:6

Merit Books

12-99:6

Merker, Kim

3-94:1,4, 8-95:6, 12-95:4

Merriam, Charles

8-02:6

Merrill, James

10-02:8

Merritt, A.E.

1-99:7

"Merry-Go-Round" by Langston Hughes

4-98:5 (excerpt), 12-00:1

Merryweather, George

9-94:5, 4-99:1, 3-05:3

Merryweather, John

9-94:5

Merton, Thomas

12-01:5, 11-05:15

“Mesmerism in Articulo Mortis”

6-04:13

“A Message from New Caxton President”, by Michael Thompson

10-03:1,7

“A Message from the President”, by Junie Sinson

9-05:2-3

“A Message from the President”, by Michael Thompson

9-04:2, 12-04:2

Messinger, Jonathon

9-05:3

“Metamorphoses”

8-05:4,5*,6*,8

Metcalf, Pauline

2-03:4

Metcoff, Jill

11-97:7

“Method of Nature”

12-03:7-8*

Metz, Barbara Lazarus

9-93:3, 12-93:1, 6-94:5, 5-95:5, 5-96:8, 2-97:6, 5-97:5, 11-97:7, 6-98:7, 7-98:6, 5-03:7, 3-04:6, 7-04:5, 6-05:6*

Metz, Barbara Lazarus

"Calendar of Events" 7-99:7, 9-99:7, 10-99:7, 11-99:7

"Columbia College Opens Chicago Center for Book & Paper Arts" 5-95:5

"Columbia College to Open Caxtonian Book Arts Exhibit" 3-95:1

"Northwestern University Exhibit" 8-95:5

Metz, Robin

3-02:4, 5-03:1,4, 12-03:12, 5-04:7, 1-05:7,8

"Metz and Railing Team Up at Columbia College Exhibit"

11-97:7

Metzel, Truman

2-99:8, 8-99:6-7, 7-01:5,7,8*, 8-01:8, 4-02:7, 6-02:7, 10-02:7,8, 4-03:8, 5-03:1,3,7*, 7-04:5, 1-05:7, 6-05:9*

Metzel, Truman

“Choir Boys”, 12-02:7

“A Full English Breakfast”, 1-03:6

“Himself Doing a Self-Portrait”, 5-03:7

“The Lesson”, 12-02:5

“Poached Salmon Lunch at the Dirty Duck”, 1-03:8

“President Jim”, 7-03:6

“Torre del Mancha” 12-03:12

untitled 12-02:12, 1-03:7, 2-03:8, 6-03:8, 12-03:11, 1-04:8, 6-04:1

Mexican Revolution in Literature

8-04:4-5

Mexico City

8-04:2

Meyer, Anita

7-05:5

Meyer, Daniel

11-94:6, 2-04:8, 3-04:8

Meyer, David C.

9-94:4, 4-95:3, 9-96:1, 4-97:3, 8-97:4, 9-97:7, 7-98:8, 11-99:7, 7-01:7, 8-01:5*, 10-01:8, 3-02:7, 5-03:6, 1-04:7, 7-04:5, 10-04:1-3, 1-05:11, 5-05:11, 6-05:1*-4,10, 7=05:2

-Magic Books

6-95:6

Meyer, David

"Book by Late Caxtonian Nominated for Award" 6-95:6

"Conjuring a Magic Sale" 11-93:3

“Conversations With Jay” 7-05:4-6

“Frances & Margery & Terence & [me]” 10-04:1-3

"Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility" 9-96:1

"Reinhold Pabel" 9-99:1,4

“Temptation”, 6-05:1-4,10

"Two Books With Cherished Attachments" l-96:3

"Two Lucky Book Finds" 7-97:3

Meyer, Jerry

9-05:8, 10-05:12, 11-05:16

Meyer, Joseph E.

10-01:8

Meyer, Michael

3-03:6

Meyer, Mimi

4-02:7, 5-03:7

Meyer, Russ

8-99:5

Meyer, Susan

4-95:4

Meyerbooks

10-95:5, 7-98:8, 10-01:8

Michael, Jean

10-93:4, 5-97:4

Michael, John

10-93:4, 5-97:4

Michelangelo

8-95:3, 4-00:4,5, 5-00:3, 4-03:6

Michelet, Jules

3-01:4

Michener, James

3-96:7

"Microscopical Study of a Late XVth Century French Book of Hours"

3-96:7

Mid-Day Club

10-93:3, 4-94:3, 7-94:4, 4-95:1, 6-97:4, 8-02:4

-dress code

9-95:6

"Mid-Day Club Dress Code"

9-95:6

Middle Hill Press

3-05:8

Middlebury College

3-96:3

Middleton, Katherine

11-93:2

Middleton, Robert Hunter

11-93:1,2, 7-94:5, 9-94:1, 12-94:2, 9-95:2,3,5*, 12-95:4, 5-97:1, 7-98:5,6, 8-98:8, 10-98:1*,6,7, 3-00:7, 3-01:1,3, 10-01:7, 12-01:15, 1-05:11, 9-05:4,5

-Award

3-01:3

-Chicago Design Archive

7-98:4

“Midsummer Night’s Dream”

8-05:4*,5

Midwest Bookhunters

12-93:3

--Annual Fall Book Fair

11-96:4, 11-00:7

Millais, John

2-99:4

Millard, George M.

11-93:3, 1-95:5, 3-05:3

Millay, Edna St. Vincent

10-99:2,3*

Millay, Edna St. Vincent

"Sonnet XXVI" 10-99:3

Miller, Arthur (Caxtonian)

1-94:6, 5-94:2, 9-94:4, 1-95:6, 2-95:3, 5-95:3, 6-95:1, 11-96:3, 1-01:8, 2-03:5, 5-03:7, 2-04:8, 3-04:8

Miller, Arthur

“Architect David Adler”, 2-03:4-5

“Children’s Book Illustrator” 1-04:4-5

“Pocahontas Press”, 12-02:7

Miller, Arthur (playwright)

8-02:4, 5-03:1, 1-05:7

Miller, Henry

1-97:1*,3,4, 8-99:6

-and Rimbaud

1-03:4

Miller. James E., Jr.

8-95:4, 8-96:1,2,3,5,6, 1-98:2

Miller, Jerry

"Prize-Winning Poet Finds Life-Subjects Everywhere" 7-95:3

Miller, Stuart

5-04:7

Miller, Walter

10-97:3,6

Millon, Rene

7-04:1

Milton, John

5-96:6

Milwauke, map production

1-03:3,7

Milwaukee Art Museum

1-02:7*

Miner, Charles

1-94:5, 5-94:4, 7-94:1*,4,6, 12-94:1, 6-95:1, 8-95:4, 10-95:5, 5-96:6, 7-98:8, 5-99:1,5,6, 9-99:8, 1-00:7, 5-01:7, 7-01:7, 8-01:5*,7, 12-01:15, 1-02:8, 2-02:4*, 6-02:7, 8-02:4, 10-02:8, 12-02:1, 3-03:5*, 5-03:1,6,7, 3-04:6, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 1-05:7,9*,11*, 12-04:7, 4-05:13

Miner, Charles

"Caxton Membership Grows" 10-93:4

"Caxton Club Welcomes l6 New Members" 9-93:3

"New Members Welcomed" 1-94:6

"Welcome New Members" 3-94:4, 6-94:6

Miner, Jean

1-05:11

Miniature Book Society

10-01:7, 10-04:7

miniature books

7-03:6

Minnehaha

7-00:1*,4

Minnehaha Park

7-00:4,8*

Minor, Ed

1-98:7

miniature books

10-96:5

"Miniature Press Book is Product of Long, Careful Development" by Suzanne Smith Pruchnicki

10-96:5

Minter, William

12-93:1, 1-94:1,4, 3-94:4, 7-94:1*, 2-95:4, 6-95:1,4, 7-98:6, 5-99:3

Minter, William

"Special Newberry Exhibitions" 12-93:1

"Miracle De Theophile"

9-99:6

Miscellaneous Graphics

1-01:7

“Miscellaneous Poems Selected from the United States Literary Gazette”

11-04:2,3*

"A Missed Opportunity in Club Publishing?" by Frank J. Piehl

6-97:4

Misteltoe Cottage

4-97:4

"Mr. Dooley's Philosophy"

1-99:5*

Mitchell, Donald G.

"Remembering Caxton" 11-96:6

Mitchell, Ted

letter 10-00:7

Miya, R.

7-96:1

Mo Yan

12-02:10, 10-03:5

"Moby Dick"

1-94:3,4*, 12-95:4*, 2-97:5*, 4-98:4,6*, 5-98:3, 8-99:l, 8-05:7

"Moby Dick Rises"

4-01:7*

Modern Poetry Association

1-05:2-3,8

"Modern Tendencies in Lettering" by Raymond DeBoll

9-01:4-5

Moe, Virginia

1-04:5

Moffitt, Florence

8-02:8

Mohawk Paper

6-02:5,6

Mohawk Superfine

3-01:7

Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo

7-98:1,4

Molinari, Kim

8-95:4

Moliere

10-04:6-7, 5-05:4-5,8

Moliter, Heinrich

4-96:1

Momaday, N. Scott

3-99:2,5, 1-05:8

Monastery Hill Bindery

10-94:6, 9-96:4, 5-03:7

-Press

5-01:7

Moncrieffe, Scott

4-02:4,6

Mond, Ernest

9-93:3

Monotype Bembo

1-00:4

Monroe, Harriet

4-95:5, 3-96:1*, 7-96:3, 10-98:5, 2-01:8, 12-01:11, 1-05:2*

Monroe, James

4-05:5

Monroe, Marilyn: house

11-96:3

Mont Blanc

9-03:15

"Mont-St.-Michel and Chartres"

9-98:5*

Montagu, Elizabeth Robinson

9-04:5-7

Montgomery College

2-96:2

"Monument to Giuliano De Medici"

4-00:4*

"Monument to Lorenzo De Medici"

4-00:5*

Moody, Dwight L.

3-96:3

Moody, Harriet

3-96:1

Moody, Paul

3-96:3

Moody, Rick

1-05:6

Moody, William Vaughan

3-96:1

"The Moonstone"

2-99:5*

Moore, Clement C.

4-95:4

Moore, Colleen

10-00:4

Moore, Demi

10-95:4

Moore, Edward Martin

5-01:7

Moore, Marianne

9-03:15

Moore, Merrill

10-01:3

"The Morality of Women"

10-98:5

Moran, Dianne

9-00:7

Morance, Peter

10-97:7

Morato, Fulvio Pellegrino

8-01:6

More, Thomas

4-94:1, 5-94:1, 8-94:4, 9-94:3, 2-97:3, 10-00:8, 11-03:4

-Fifth International Symposium

9-95:4

-Gesellschaft

9-95:4

Moretus, Jan

5-05:10

Morgan Library

6-00:6, 12-01:8

Morin, Raymond

7-03:7

Morley, Christopher

12-94:1*,5, 4-00:7, 12-01:11, 3-02:5*, 4-02:5, 11-04:15

Morley, Frank

4-02:5

“A Morning with the Indiana Kid”, bu Suzanne Pruchnicki

7-03:6

Morocco

6-99:1,3,4

Morris, Patrick

11-98:4

Morris, William

2-94:1, 7-98:1,7, 10-00:3, 11-05:16

Morris, Willie

2-01:5

Morrison, Anne

1-01:3

Morrison, Kathleen

1-01:3

Morrison, Kay

3-96:5

Morrison, Theodore

3-96:3, 1-01:3

Morse, Inspector

3-03:7

“Le Mort qui fait le Trottoir”

5-05:7

Le Morte d'Arthur

1-99:1

Mortimer, Ruth

9-02:3,5

Morton, David

4-97:4

Morton, J. Sterling

4-98:3

Morton, Jerry

10-01:7

Morton, Joy

9-96:4, 4-98:3

Morton, Sterling

9-96:4, 4-98:3

Morton Arboretum

9-96:4, 4-98:3,7, 8-02:5, 12-02:7

"The Morton Arboretum, the Caxton Club, and Charles C. Haffner III" by Frank J. Piehl

4-98:3,7

Morton Salt Co.

4-98:3

Moser, Barry

9-02:5*,8,10

Mosser, Daniel

3-05:4, 6-05:9

"Mother"

4-01:1

Motorola

11-95:3

"Motorola's Robert Galvin on Heritage, Creativity, and Courage" by Kenneth H. Paterson

11-95:3

Motorsport Collector

10-97:3,6

Mounier, Maurice

5-05:8

Mt. Foraker

1-03:6

Mt. McKinley

1-03:4-5

Mountain Glen

7-01:5

“Mountain Interval”

11-05:13*-14

Mountenoy, Leonard

6-95:4

Mourek, Anthony J.

11-97:5,7, 2-02:5*, 7-04:5

Mourek, Anthony J.

"The Political Cartoon" 11-97:3-5

Moxon, Edward

11-04:9

Mozart, Wolfgang A.

5-05:5

Muggeridge, Malcolm

3-94:1*,2, 10-95:1, 1-96:4

-Collection

3-94:1

"Muggeridge Collection: A Secret Treasure at Wheaton College" by Myrna R. Grant

3-94:1

"Muggeridge Event Set"

10-95:1

Muir, John

8-98:1, 5-01:1*,2,3*,4*,5*

Muir, Victor H.

12-00:5

Mulgrave Castle

2-99:4

Mulholland, John

6-05:3-4

-Library of Conjuring and the Allied Arts

6-05:4

Mulliken, Leona Fillipini

5-03:7

Mulliken, William D.

10-93:4, 8-95:4, 5-03:7, 7-04:5, 9-05:3, 11-05:16

Mumford, Lewis

11-96:2

Munby, Tim

6-05:6

Muni, Paul

9-01:7

Munn, James B.

8-00:6

Munroe, James

11-04:7

Muragraphs

1-04:5

“Murder in the Cathedral”

4-02:6

"Murders in the Rue Morgue"

5-98:1*

"Murphy"

6-98:5

Murphy, Bill

7-98:3

Murphy, Brett

5-04:7

Murphy, Charles

7-94:1*

Murphy, Stuart J.

9-93:3, 7-94:1, 10-96:4, 7-98:6, 9-99:7

Murray, Bill

10-00:6

Murray, Charles

11-03:2

Murray, Elizabeth

1-04:6*

Murray, Elizabeth

“Why I Live the Harry Potter Stories” 1-04:6

Murray, G.E.

4-97:4

Muryagi Sutra

5-98:6

Museo Hemingway

10-98:3

“The Musgrave Ritual”

4-02:6

music, African-American

10-03:8

“Musing on Robert”, by Dan Crawford

8-04:7

"Musings" by Robert Cotner

always on page 2, 8-93 to 8-05

"Musings" (column)

9-96:3, 8-98:4, 10-01:1, 11-03:6

"Musings" (poem)

11-00:2

"My Book"

4-99:4

“My Butterfly”

11-05:2

"My First Summer in the Sierra"

5-01:1

“My Imaginary Boy Friends”

4-04:6

“My Last Duchess”

10-05:3-4

Myers, Minor, Jr.

10-02:7, 9-03:15, 7-04:5

"Mystere de la Charité de Jeanne D'Arc"

9-01:5

mysteries

5-98:3

mythology

8-03:6-7

N

NAPA

11-01:4

"N.C.Wyeth: Artist of Heroic Vision" by Suzanne Smith Pruchnicki

1-98:1,4

"N.C.Wyeth: Artist of Imagination and Heroic Visions"

1-98:4*

Nabholtz, John R.

11-94:6

Nagel, James

7-96:5

Naggs, Julie

12-93:1, 6-95:1

Naipual, V.S.

11-02:5

Napoleon III

2-03:6

"Napoleon le Petit"

4-99:3, 2-03:6

“The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket”

6-04:8*

Narsaruaq Museum

12-98:5

Nash, Lyman

6-02:4

Nast, Thomas

11-97:4

National Amateur Press Association

See NAPA

National Book Award for Fiction

3-04:1,3-6,7

National Book Publishers Council

3-04:3

National City Bank of Indiana

1-05:8

National Cultural Center for the Performing Arts

9-01:2

National Guild of Book Workers

1-94:4

National Knife Museum

9-02:2

National Library of Cuba

10-98:3

National Library of Ireland

3-03:7

National Presbyterian Church

9-98:2*,4*

National nion Catalog

9-05:4

naturalism

3-03:1

nature

7-98:2

-and literature

4-98:2

"Nature"

2-99:2,3, 7-03:3*, 12-03:5,6*, 4-05:2

“Nature, Addresses and Lectures”

12-03:9*

Nature Conservancy

10-04:3

nautilus, chambered

3-05:7*

Neal, John

6-04:5

Neal, Julia

12-01:4

Neal, Steve

8-97:4, 10-00:5

Neavell, Gordon B.

letter 8-97:4

Nebenzahl, Kenneth

1-95:6,7, 2-95:3, 3-95:5, 11-95:1, 5-96:2, 2-97:2, 6-99:7, 12-99:3, 3-00:4, 9-03:15, 1-04:6,7, 7-04:5

-Lectures

10-01:5

Nebenzahl, Kenneth

"By Camel and Beetle" 6-99:1,3,4

"Edmund Halley Left Legacy" 6-96:1

"Former Caxton President... Recalls a 'Highlight'" 1-95:7

photo caption 11-95:1

"Necronomicon"

12-98:1

Nedwick, Jerry

4-95:4, 10-00:4, 11-00:5

Neely

12-99:1

"The Negro Speaks of Rivers" by Langston Hughes

9-01:1

Nelson, Ben

1-99:7

Nelson, Rodney

5-99:3

Nelson, Stan

12-95:4

"Nelson Algren's Chicago"

5-00:5*

Neriusaaq Bookshop and Microwave Café

12-98:3

Nethercut Museum of Beauty

10-97:1

Netsch, Dawn Clark

11-95:6

Neumeister, John

4-00:4

"Never the Sinner"

3-98:4

“Le Neveu de Rameau”

10-05:9

"New Announcement Introduced"

9-94:5

New Bauhaus

7-98:4

"New Book Center Opens at Columbia College"

6-94:5

"New Catalogue"

2-94:4

"New Caxton Club Directory Published"

6-94:1

"New Caxton Directory to be Published Soon" by Hayward Blake

2-96:4

“New Caxton Officers Elected Unanimously”

6-03:7

"New Caxton Telephone Number Announced"

2-95:6, 3-95:6

“New City”

8-03:7

New College Chapel

7-01:8*

New College Library

7-01:4,8*

“New Council Slate Nominated”

5-04:8

“New Directions”

11-05:14

“New England Magazine”

11-05:4*,5

“New Folio Edition of the Bible Published”

7-02:3

“New Publication by Alice Schreyer”

11-01:4

New Salem, Illinois

2-04:1*

"New Slate Proposed for Caxton Leadership"

5-97:6

New South Wales

Map 1-03:3

"New Staff Assignments Crated for Caxtonian"

8-01:7

New World Symphony

7-00:4

New York (Sept. 11, 2001)

4-02:6

“New York Evening Mirror”

6-04:11

"New York Evening Post"

11-00:1,3

New York Public Library

10-04:8*-9

Newberry, Julia Clapp

2-00:4

Newberry, Walter Loomis

5-96:3, 2-00:1,4

"Newberry and Caxton Relationship Enhanced by Means of Centennial"

5-95:4

"Newberry Cartographic Collections Span Human History", by Robert W. Karrow

3-00:4-5

“Newbery Exhibit Traces History of Chicago Free Speech”, by Kathryn R.J. Tutkus

10-04:10-11

The Newberry Library

9-93:1,3,4, 10-93:4, 11-93:3,4, 12-93:1,3,4, 1-94:3, 2-94:4, 3-94:1,3, 4-94:4, 11-94:1, 12-94:3, 1-95:1,4,6,8, 2-95:1, 5-95:4(logo), 6-95:1,2,4, 8-95:3,5, 9-95:1, 10-95:1, 2-96:4, 5-96:3, 6-96:4, 12-96:3, 1-97:5,6, 2-97:3, 3-97:3,7, 4-97:5,6, 5-97:1*,5,6, 6-97:5,6, 8-97:4, 12-97:7, 1-98:5, 2-98:6, 4-98:1,6, 5-98:7, 6-98:1,4,5, 6(logo), 7-98:3,5,8, 8-98:8, 2-99:7, 6-99:7, 8-99:1,3,4, 10-99:4, 11-99:7, 2-00:1,4*,5,7, 3-00:4-5, 4-00:3,4, 10-00:6, 11-00:7, 2-01:3,5, 3-01:1,7, 9-01:4,7, 10-01:5, 12-01:1*,6,7,8,14, 6-02:1,8, 8-02:1,4,7, 9-02:10,11, 10-02:2,6, 2-03:4,7, 4-03:8, 10-03:2, 11-03:5, 10-04:10-11, 12-04:7, 1-05:2, 2-05:4,9-05:3,4,5, 10-05:2,11

-Associates

4-98:7, 3-04:6, 9-04:11

-Book Fair

10-97:3, 10-98:4, 1-99:1, 3-99:3, 10-99:1, 7-01:, 7-03:4, 4-05:15

-bookstore

10-02:2, 1-03:2

-exhibitions

12-01:16

-Map Collection

2-00:1,5, 3-00:4-5

-Weekend of Mystery

4-98:6

"Newberry Library Lyceum Includes Caxtonian Lecturer"

1-95:8

"Newberry Map Collection: A Chicago Treasure", by Robert W. Karrow

2-00:1,5

"Newberry Staff Member Hired as Club Aide"

4-95:6

Newman, Mr.

11-00:5

Newman, Bill

9-96:1

Newman, Doris

9-96:1

Newman, John Henry

7-02:4

Newman, Patricia L.

12-00:7, 2-01:5, 5-03:7

Newman, Ralph G.

9-93:4, 10-93:4, 11-93:4, 10-94:2,3, 2-95:3, 3-95:l, 5-96:3, 10-96:4, 6-97:l, 11-97:3, 8-98:8, 9-98:7, 11-98:6, 11-00:4, 2-01:5

Newman, Ralph G.

"Incidents in the Life & Times of Carl Sandburg" 10-94:3

"Preserving Lincoln" 2-94:3

"News From Nowhere"

10-00:3

newsletters

8-98:4

Newton, A. Edward

11-01:7, 3-05:2,4, 6-05:9

Newton, Caroline

7-01:6

Newton, Isaac

2-99:6

Newton, Marjorie

5-96:6

Nexus press

1-05:6

Nicholas of Lynn

11-98:1

Nick

5-04:5

"Nick Basbanes: Journalist, Historian of Bibliophilia"

5-96:4

Niebuhr, Christopher

12-03:3*

Niebuhr, Reinhold

11-95:2, 9-99:2, 12-03:2,3*

Niebuhr, Reinhold

“Prayer” 12-03:2

Niefeld, Jaye S.

7-98:8, 10-99:8, 11-99:8

Nieminski, John

6-01:7

Nietzsche, Friedrich

5-05:8

Niffenegger, Audrey

5-97:5, 9-02:11, 4-04:6, 12-04:8, 1-05:12, 2-05:3*-5, 12

“Nigh Famous”, by Dan Crawford

8-05:1-3,8

“Night” (H.W.Longfellow)

11-04:7

Nin, Anais

1-97:1

"1956" by Laurel Church

9-00:5

"1993-94 Caxton Club, Council and Centennial Meetings" by Robt. Cotner

9-93:4

"1979 Caxton Revels Broadside Sold"

12-00:7

19th Century Women's Club of Oak Park

1-96:4

Niven, Penelope

2-04:2

Nobel, Alfred

3-04:3*-4

“The Nobel Prize Committee”, by Wendy Cowles Husser

1-05:7-8

Nobel Prize in Literature

4-01:6, 3-02:4, 11-02:14-15, 12-02:4-5,10, 6-03:6-7, 10-03:5-6, 3-04:1,3-6,7

-Certificate

4-01:6*

Noble, Homer: Farm

3-96:3*

“A Noble Fragment”

11-01:7, 6-05:9

Noblett, Julia

7-02:6

"La Noche Triste"

1-01:4, 11-05:2

Nohant

5-02:5*-6

"Nominating Committee Presents Slate of New Officers and Council" by Alice Schreyer

5-95:3

Nonni

1-99:3,6

"Nonni in Copenhagen"

1-99:3*

Noonan, Ed

11-94:6, 12-94:6, 12-01:16, 2-02:4*,5*

Norcross, Frederic

2-03:4,5

“Norden”

3-03:6

Norman, Don Cleveland

11-01:7

Norman, Greg

1-94:4

Norman, Haskell F.

1-98:7, 12-01:8

Norman Press

5-01:7, 12-02:7

Normandie House

5-01:7, 12-02:7

Norske Folksteater

3-03:6

North, Carol

4-02:7

North, William D.

4-02:7*, 7-04:5

North Central College

5-95:4

“North of Boston”

11-05:1,8-9*,10

North Portland Lighthouse

2-99:1*

Northampton, Massachusetts

9-02:1,3-10, 3-03:8

“Northampton, MA: New England’s Center of the Book Arts” by Robert McCamant

9-02:1,3-10

Northern Illinois University

12-98:1,4

Northwestern University

5-95:1,4, 8-95:5, 1-96:4, 2-96:1,5,6, 6-96:6, 8-96:4, 4-97:5, 6-98:3,6(logo), 11-01:7, 8-02:4

-Library

9-01:7, 12-02:1

-Press

6-03:6-7

"Northwestern University Exhibit Tells the Caxton Story" by Barbara L. Metz

8-95:5

“Northwestern University Press Publishes Nobel Laureate”, by Junie L. Sinson

6-03:6-7

Norton, Andrews

12-03:7

Norton, Charles Eliot

7-98:7, 7-00:1,5,7

Nostradamus

11-03:3*,5

Nostredame, Michel

See Nostradamus

"Not Without Laughter"

3-98:3*

"Nothing But a Dog" by Langston Hughes

12-00:3

Notre Dame University

11-00:7, 10-02:6

Notz, Janis

12-95:4, 2-97:6, 5-03:7, 10-05:11*

Notz, John K., Jr.

10-93:4, 5-95:3, 6-95:1, 8-95:4, 12-95:4, 1-97:6, 2-97:6, 3-97:8, 12-97:7, 6-00:8, 12-00:7, 2-01:5, 3-01:3, 12-02:12, 10-05:11*

Novacco, Franco

3-00:4

Novarese

1-00:4

Novel Books

12-99:6

“Now is the time…”

11-02:5

Nudash, Peter

6-03:7

"Nuremberg Chronicle"

7-98:1, 5-02:7

Nussey, Ellen

7-05:8

Nutt, David

11-05:5

Nutt, Mrs. David

11-05:7,8,9,13

Nutting, Helen

6-98:7

Nutting, Myron

6-98:3,7

Nuuk

12-98:3,5

Nuveen Investments

5-03:7

Nye, Edgar Wilson “Bill”

8-05:1*-3*,8

O

“O Captain, My Captain”, by Walt Whitman

7-04:3

"O Lost"

8-00:6, 9-00:6*

"Oak and Ivy"

2-94:1

Oak Knoll Books

1-94:5, 2-94:4, 11-94:5, 12-94:3, 4-96:4, 9-96:4, 3-05:4

Oak Park, IL

7-96:1,6, 11-96:1,5

-and River Forest High School

7-96:3

-Public Library

4-95:1, 7-96:3-4,5, 11-96:1

"Oak Park Honors Caxtonian Ballinger" By Robert Cotner

7-96:5

Oakes, Christopher D.

9-93:3, 5-96:8, 5-97:6, 5-99:6,8, 6-00:7

Oates, Joyce Carol

1-05:7

obituaries

Martha Aalbue, by Frank J. Piehl 6-99:5

George R. Allen 5-99:7

Greer Allen, by John Allen 9-05:1,4-6

Walter C. Allen, by Peggy Sullivan 3-02:6

Yeatman Anderson III 4-95:4

E. Digby Baltzell 11-96:4

Richard S. Barnes by Frank J. Piehl 6-01:6

Henry Blakely 8-96:4

Gwendolyn Brooks, by Robert Cotner 1-01:6

Jane Jordan Browne 4-03:7

Redmond Burke 8-96:4

Herb Cahoon, by Robert Cotner 6-00:6

Ralph J. Carreno, by Ed Quattrocchi 1-01:6

David Dangler, by Dan Crawford, 9-04:11

Suzanne Morton Zurcher Davidson, by Tom Joyce 9-96:4

John T. Flanagan 2-97:4

Stanton A. Friedberg, by Frank J. Piehl 4-97:4

Herb Furse, by Frank J. Piehl 3-99:7

Herman Fussler, by Frank J. Piehl 5-97:4

Elmer Gertz 5-00:6, by Robert Cotner 6-00:6

Mamie Gertz, by Robert Cotner 12-97:7

Brother Michael Grace, by Robert Cotner 7-02:5,7

Houston Hanes 2-99:6

James F. Hayes, by Jim Wells 4-94:4

Harrison Hayford, by Robert Cotner 3-02:7

Franklyn Hicks 12-00:7

John C. Holden 7-94:6

David Kirshenbaum 3-94:3

Elizabeth Kner, by Frank J. Piehl 5-98:7

Carl Kroch by Robert Cotner 5-99:7

Dan Lang 8-96:4

Jean A. Larkin 4-03:7

Andrew McNally III, by Frank J. Piehl 2-02:7

Frances Ireland Marshall 9-02:10

Jay Marshall, by Robt. Cotner 7-05:1-3, by David C. Meyer 7-05:4-6

John Michael by Hayward Blake 10-93:4

Minor Myers, Jr. 9-03:15

Ralph Newman, by Frank J. Piehl 9-98:7, by Carol Fox Parry and Maxine Brandenburg 11-98:6

Robert Harkness Parrish, Jr. 9-94:6

George Ranney, Sr. 8-03:7

Jane M. Rosenthal, by Martha Chiplis 4-04:7

Marie-Louise Rosenthal 4-03:7

Samuel L. Rosenthal, by Mary Beth Beal 1-95:5

Carl Sagan, by Frank J. Piehl 6-97:3

Donn W. Sanford, by Martha Chiplis 10-04:7

Richard A. Schwarzlose 7-03:4

Charlie Shields, by Skip Landt 11-04:15, 12-04:7

C.Prentiss Smith by Kim Coventry 12-97:7

Lloyd Springer 5-02:7

Eleanor Stanlis 2-01:5

Louis I. Szathmary II by Frank J. Piehl and Glen Wiche 12-96:4

Terence A. tanner, by Ed Hirschland 1-04:6-7

Terence A. Tanner, by Tom Joyce 1-04:7

David T. Thackery by Paul Gehl 9-98:6

Harold W. Tribolet by Frank J. Piehl 10-93:3

Durrett Wagner, by Robert Cotner 2-02:7

James Lamar Weygard 9-03:15

Susan Z. Wiche 3-96:7

Frank O. Williams by Muriel Underwood 2-01:7

Gordon R. Williams by Frank J. Piehl 11-96:4

Howard W. Winger, by Frank J. Piehl 4-95:5

Bruce Young, by Kathryn Tutkus and Robt. McCamant 11-04:15

O'Brien, Edna

11-95:2

O'Brien, Tom

4-97:1

O'Conor, Jerry

6-00:8

October House

5-01:7

Odd Volumes

12-93:3

Odding, Sarah

11-01:2

“Ode to Joy”

4-03:2

"Odilon Redon: Prince of Dreams"

8-94:6

"Odin"

8-98:1

O’Donnell, Mary

5-02:4

Odysseus

6-99:2,3

"The Odyssey"

6-99:2,3

"Of a Fortuitous Attic Discovery", by John McKinven

8-00:4

"Of a Fortuitous Attic Discovery: Take Two!" by C. Fred Kittle

8-00:5

"Of Another Vacation in a Land Far Away" by Jay Marshall

8-00:4-5

"Of Automobiles, Books, and a Genius in 'Hollow Rolling Sculpture'" by Robert Cotner

10-97:1,4,5

"Of Men and Women"

4-01:4

"Of Nature, Books, and Our Inheritance of Friendships" by Robert Cotner

5-01:1,4,5

"Of Royal Blood" by Brigit Pegeen Kelly

8-99:4

"Of the Love of Books, a Library and a Librarian" by Robert Cotner

7-97:5

"Of Time and the River" (excerpt) by Thomas Wolfe

9-00:4

“Offering for 1828”

12-03:4*

Offutt, Tom III

7-01:7

Ogan, Nick

letter 8-97:4

O'Gara, Joseph

11-00:4

O'Gorman, Thomas

9-94:6, 5-95:4, 8-95:4, 10-95:4, 6-98:4, 7-98:8, 1-99:4

O'Gorman, Thomas

"A Private Reading of James Joyce" 6-98:1,4

O'Hara, Patricia

8-95:4

Ohio University Press

2-02:7

Olav-Soka

11-98:3

Old Bookseller

11-00:5

Old Book Shop

10-04:1

"The Old Demon"

4-01:1

"The Old Hat Coffeehouse" by Sallie Chesham

12-97:4

Old Jewish Cemetery (Prague)

10-96:1

"The Old Man and the Sea"

7-96:2, 8-98:5-6

Old Man of the Mountain

6-03:2-3*

Old New Synagogue (Prague)

10-96:1

Old North Bridge

2-99:3

"The Old Story"

1l-94:5

“The Old Time Saloon”

1-05:11

Olson, Mark

8-95:3,6, 9-95:6, 10-95:6

Olympus

10-00:2

Oman, Jane

10-96:1*

“On Eternity”, by Bei Dao

10-03:6

“On Hannah Arendt: A Life of the Mind”, by Laurel Church

2-02:1,3,6

"On Plants"

7-01:5

"On Rereading" by Laurel Church

2-99:7

"On the Disposition of One of the World's Great Collections", by Robert Cotner

7-01:6

"On the Solitary Life"

4-00:3*

“One Building, Multiple Bonds, Many Books: Collection Open to FABS Visit” by Tom Joyce

6-02:6

"150 Years After His Death, Poe Reconsidered, From a French View" by Pierre Ferrand

12-99:4

"100th Issue of Caxtonian Due Out in December 2001"

8-01:7

“One Thing Leads to Another” by Paul T. Ruxin

8-05:4-6,8

O'Neill, Marta

1-00:7

O'Neill, Robert K.

3-99:8

“Open House at Sherwin Beach Press”

11-04:15

"Openings and Closings: Some Thoughts on Civilization" by Tom Joyce

9-96:5

Optima

10-98:7

Opuscula Press

3-96:7

“Oration Delivered Before the Literary Societies of Dartmouth College”

12-03:7*

“Oration Delivered Before the Phi beta Kappa Society”

12-03:6*

“Oration Delivered Before the Society of the Adelphi”

12-03:7-8*

Orbach, Jerry

8-05:8

Orchestra Hall

4-95:5

order, new moral

8-99:2

“Oresteia”

9-02:6-7,10

Original Forty Club

3-02:7

"Original Page of Eusebius Typeface"

12-94:3

“Orlando Furioso”

10-05:4

Orozco, Jose Manuel

8-04:5

Ortega y Gasset

5-05:8

Ortelius, Abraham

5-05:9

Orton, Arthur

12-00:6*,7, 1-01:8

Osborn, Chase S.

1-01:1

Osborne, Addis

7-98:6, 5-03:7

Osborne, Johanna

5-03:7

Osgood, James

9-03:10

O'Shea, Milo

6-98:1

Ossian

2-05:6

“Other People’s Books”, by Paul T. Ruxin

9-04: 1,3-7

"The Other World"

3-99:4

Ottomans

1-02:7

“Our Pastor’s Offering”

12-03:8*

"Out of Africa"

7-97:1

“Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking”

9-03:9

Outlaw, Ahmed A.

6-97:4

“Outre-Mer”

11-04:4*-5*

"The Outsider and Others"

12-98:1*

overdue books

12-93:3

Overholt, Peter

1-00:7

Ovid

8-05:4,5,6

Ovidus (typeface)

1-00:4

Owen, Dorothy

11-99:4

Owen, John

11-04:8,9,10

Owens, Harry G.

4-95:3, 9-95:3, 3-96:3, 5-97:1, 4-98:4, 3-01:l, 12-02:6

Owens, Jesse

10-00:2,3*

"The Owl" by Emjayzee

7-00:3

“Oxford Companion to the Book”

6-02:8

Oxford University

7-01:4,8*

Oyens, Felix

8-04:6

Ozick, Cynthia

10-98:2

P

Pabel, Reinhold

9-99:1,4*, 10-04:1

Paccard, Michel-Gabriel

1-03:5

Paddock, Shirley L.

1-04:5

Pafko, Andy

5-04:2,3

"The Painted Bird"

6-96:5

Palace of the Captain General

9-98:3

Palmer, Raymond

12-99:1,6

Pan

12-01:10

paper

6-95:3-4

papermaking

6-95:1*

Paper Press of Chicago

6-94:5, 5-95:5, 5-97:5

Paput, Christian

9-02:6

Paretsky, Sara

10-00:5

Pargellis, Stanley

5-97:1, 2-00:5, 5-01:6

Parini, Jay

10-01:6

Parisi, Joseph

2-01:8, 12-02:2, 8-03:7, 1-05:2-3,8

Parker, Herschel

1-03:6

Parker, Matthew

6-05:5,7

Parker, Theodore

12-03:9

parking

5-95:6, 1-02:8, 11-02:8

"Parking for Dinner Meetings"

5-95:6

Parkway Community House

9-01:1

Parmenides of Elea

9-02:6

“Parnassus”

12-03:10*

parody

11-04:11

Parrington, John

11-01:2

Parrington, John W.

11-01:2

Parrington, Vernon Louis

1-94:2, 8-94:2,3*,4, 10-94:5, 7-95:4, 9-95:5, 6-97:2, 12-97:1, 4-99:7, 7-00:1, 11-01:1*,2,5*,6*, 3-02:7, 7-04:2

-bibliography

11-01:6

-Drive

11-01:3*, 3-02:7

-genealogy

11-01:2

"Parrington Chronology" by Robert Cotner

8-94:4

Parrish, Bob

7-05:5

Parrish, Mary

7-05:5

Parrish, Maxfield

8-98:7

Parrish, Robert H.

11-93:3, 9-94:4,6, 6-95:6

Parry, Carol Fox

See obituaries

Parsifal

1-99:1

Pascal, Blaise

10-05:7

Paskuly, Georgene

9-97:6

“El Paso del Norte”

8-04:4

Passim Editions

12-93:4

"A Passion for Books Created the Abel Berland Library" by Robert Cotner

5-97:1

"Passion of Joan of Arc'

3-01:6

Paster, Gail Kern

7-05:8, 8-05:8, 9-05:8

Pasteur, Louis

2-95:2

Paterson, Kenneth H.

9-93:3, 4-95:4, 5-96:5, 1-97:4, 5-97:6, 8-98:1,5*,6, 10-98:3,6, 11-98:8, 5-99:8, 7-99:7, 8-99:6, 11-99:7, 12-99:7*, 6-00:7, 9-00:7, 11-00:6, 10-01:5, 10-02:7

Paterson, Kenneth H.

"Bookman's Alley" 11-00:6

"Caxtonian Finds Book Arts Alive and Well in Cuba Today" 9-98:3,6

"Culmination of a Cuban Pilgrimage" 10-98:3,6

"From Cuba With Love" 8-98:1,5,6

"John Knox and Henry Miller" 1-97:4

"Kathryn and Howard Clark of Twinrocker" 6-95:3-4

"Keeping Up With the Present" 10-95:4

"Motorola's Robert Galvin" 11-95:3

"Thirties and Books" 11-94:4

letter 2-97:5

see exhibition reviews

"The Path to Top Withers (Wuthering Heights) Le Senitier aux Hauts 1 Avril 1984" by Suzanne Smith Pruchnicki

4-99:6

"Patience and Fortitude"

10-01:4-5,8, 12-01:1,8

Patterson, Rhodes

11-93:2, 5-97:5

Patterson, Wilma Jeanne

11-04:15

Paul, St.

7-02:4-5

"Paul Gehl Lectures in U.S. and Europe"

7-01:7

“Paul Revere’s Ride”

11-04:12-13

"Pavilion of Women"

4-01:1

Payne, B. Iden

8-05:6

Payson, George S.

11-93:3, 7-94:5, 9-97:6, 6-05:8

Paz, Octavio

10-03:6

Peabody, Elizabeth

11-05:2,6,7

peace, world

12-03:2,3

"Peace of God"

9-98:5*

“The Peace of Wild Things”, by Wendell Berry

5-03:6

Peale, Francis

4-94:3, 6-94:4

Pearce, Roy Harvey

9-03:9

"Pearl Buck: America's Most Influential 20th Century Woman" by Dorothy Sinson

4-01:1,4,5

Pearson, Dave

5-97:5

Pearson, Ray

12-01:4,5, 11-05:15

Pearson Typographers Corp.

5-97:5

Peattie, Elia W.

2-95:5, 5-02:4

“Le Pedant Joue”

10-04:6

Pedley, Mary

10-01:5

Pegasus

9-99:7*

Peguy, Charles

3-01:4

Pellegrini, Carlo

12-00:6-7, 1-01:8

Peller, Hugo

9-02:10

Pendergast

3-98:1

Pendergast Machine

11-97:6

“Penn Magazine”

6-04:11

Penny Barn Press

5-01:7

Pennyroyal

9-02:5

“Pensees Philosophiques”

10-05:7

Penzler, Otto

4-02:5

Pepys, Samuel

11-98:4, 6-03:7, 7-03:4, 6-05:7

Pepys Island

7-03:1*,4

Peretti, Peter O.

12-95:4, 5-03:7, 7-04:5

“The Periodic Table”

8-03:4

Periodyssey

9-02:4

Perkins, Dwight

10-98:5, 12-02:10

Perkins, Lucy Fitch

7-02:6*-7

Perkins, Maxwell

8-00:1, 9-00:2, 8-01:1, 9-03:12

Perlman, Alfred

4-95:4

Pernoud, Regine

3-01:6

Perpetua (typeface)

1-00:5, 4-00:7

Perry, Edgar A.

6-04:4

Perry, Walter Scott

7-02:6

Perry, William Edward

11-98:1,4

Person of the Millennium

2-99:6

"A Personal and Grateful Glimpse of Algren" by Elmer Gertz

5-00:6

"Personal Glimpses of Nelson Algren" by Art Shay

5-00:1

"Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc"

3-01:5

"Personal Treasures" (exhibition)

9-93:3, 2-94:1, 11-94:l, 1-95:l,6, 2-95:1,4, 3-96:4

-catalogue

11-94:1*, 1-95:6

"Personal Treasures Checklist Completed"

1-95:6

Perushek, Diane E.

7-98:8

Pessoa, Fernando

4-04:4*-5*

Pessoa, Fernando

“Christmas” 4-04:5

untitled 4-04:5

“Peter Stanlis Speaks in Europe and U.S.”

11-03:7

Peters, Carl

7-99:6

Petersburg, Battle of

2-04:5

Petersen, William (actor)

9-03:14

Petersen, William O.

4-03:7, 5-03:7, 7-04:5

Peterson, Orlando

2-96:6

Peterson, Scott W.

11-01:7

Petrakis, Harry Mark

4-99:8, 6-00:8, 8-00:7*

Petrarch, Francesco

2-98:6, 10-05:2

Petterson, Tony

7-03:4

Petzold, Leon

5-05:7

Pfimlin, Pierre

9-95:4

Pfister, Albrecht

6-05:8

PHI

5-03:3

Philadelphia

11-95:1*

Phillips, Christopher

8-04:2

Phillips, Henry

2-96:3

Phillips, Thomas

2-05:12, 3-05:8

Phillipson, John S.

9-00:5

"Philobiblion"

5-97:3(logo)

Philobiblion Club

10-94:5, 7-98:7

philo-Semitism

12-03:2

"Phoenixiana"

1-96:5

photography

12-95:6

photogravure

9-02:9

physical activity, dangers of

2-99:5

physics

12-01:2

"Pickwick Papers"

12-93:1

"Pictures"

8-96:2,6*

“Pictures from an Exhibition”, by Caryl Seidenberg

10-04:8-9

"Pied Beauty" by Gerard Manley Hopkins

6-95:1

Piehl, Frank J.

10-93:1, 1-94:1,4,5,6, 5-94:2, 7-94:1*,4, 8-94:6, 9-94:1, 11-94:5,6, 12-94:1,2,3,5, 1-95:1,6,8, 2-95:1,2, 3-95:1,4*, 4-95:3, 5-95:3, 6-95:1, 7-95:1, 8-95:1,5, 12-95:4, 1-96:4,5,6, 3-96:7, 4-96:3,4, 5-96:2,8, 8-96:6, 9-96:6, 10-96:6, 11-96:6, 1-97:6, 2-97:6, 4-97:1*,3, 6-97:5, 9-97:5, 12-97:7, 1-98:4, 7-98:7, 8-98:7, 5-99:3,6,7*, 6-99:8, 8-99:7, 9-99:6, 11-99:7, 1-00:7,8, 7-00:6, 9-00:7, 10-00:7, 9-01:7, 2-02:5*, 4-02:7, 12-02:1, 5-03:6, 5-04:4, 7-04:5,6, 9-05:3

Piehl, Frank J.

"Annual Club Summary" 3-97:6

"A Bibliophile Views the Rewards" 1-96:5

"The Caxton Chronicles" 10-93:3, 11-93:3, 12-93:3, 1-94:5, 2-94:3, 3-94:3, 4-94:3, 5-94:3, 6-94:4, 7-94:5, 8-94:5, 9-94:5, 10-94:5, 11-94:5, 12-94:5, 1-95:5, 2-95:5

"Caxton Club Books Prove an Investment" 12-97:6

"Caxton Club Connection With Jekyll Island, GA" 1-98:1,3,4

"Caxton Club Publications Available on the Internet" 8-99:6

"Caxton President Inherits Legacy" 1-98:7

"Caxtonian Editor Cotner Honored" 4-99:5

"Caxtonian Meets Descendants of Eugene Field" 8-98:7

"Caxtonian Ned Rosenheim Named Honorary Caxton Member" 10-95:5

"Caxtonian Participates in St. Louis Commemoration of Eugen Field" 8-95:1

"Caxtonians Celebrate...Elmer Gertz" 8-00:7

"Chicago's Early Book Clubs" 7-98:7

"City's Old Caxton Building" 10-95:3

"Club is Subject of Thesis" 6-96:4

"Council Honors Cotner" 2-96:4

"Democracy and Change" 6-95:5

"The DOFOBS" 5-99:3,6

"Edgar Allan Poe Had Links to the Caxton Club" 5-98:5-6

"Four English Postage Stamps" 4-96:5

"From the Archives" 2-98:7

"Gwendolyn Brooks Honored" 5-96:5

"Karen Skubish Assumes Presidency" 9-97:3

letter 8-99:8

"Members Experience Thrills" 6-97:4

"A Missed Opportunity" 6-97:4

"The Morton Arboretum" 4-98:3,7

"Piehl Speaks to the Pittsburgh Bibliophiles" 9-97:5

"President's Annual Report" 7-98:8

"Rarest Club Publications" 9-99:5-6

"A Salute of Our Second Century" 2-95:3

"Who Was Caxton's Prime Mover in 1895?" 9-97:6

"William K. Bixby, Roswell Field, and the DOFOBS" 11-99:1,4

see also Book Reviews, obituaries

Piehl, Janet L.

4-97:1

"Piehl Speaks to the Pittsburgh Bibliophiles on the Caxton Club History" by Frank J. Piehl

9-97:5

Pierce, Bessie Louise

8-02:6

Pierce, David

9-95:5, 3-02:7*

Pierce, Della M.

8-02:6

Pierce, Franklin

11-04:1

Pierpont, F.H.

5-05:10

“Pietro Bembo”, by Ed Quattrocchi

10-05:1-5,10

Pigozy, Ruth

7-01:7

Pike, Charles B.

2-03:4,5

Pike, Kermit

7-01:5

"Pilar"

8-98:1,5*,6

Ping, Charles

7-01:1

Ping, Clare

7-01:1

Pinsky, Robert

6-00:4*, 7-00:5, 12-01:14, 11-02:8

Pinter, Harold

5-03:1

Pinzke, Herb

7-98:6

Pinter, Harold

8-02:5

Pio, Alberto

7-01:4

Pioneer Valley

9-02:1,3-10

Piozzi, Gabriel

9-04:5-7

Piozzi, Hester Lynch Thrale

12-00:8, 9-04:5-7, 2-05:1

Pitt, Brad

2-05:5

Pittsburgh Bibliophiles

9-97:5

“The Pity of It All”

8-03:2

Pius X

3-01:4

plagiarism

10-04:6-7

Plain Tales Books

4-97:5

Planer, Linda (Thomas)

1-04:7

Plant, Mortimore

5-96:6

Plantin, Christophe

5-05:9-10, 6-05:2

Plantin-Moretus Museum

10-01:7, 5-05:9*-10*

“The Plantin-Moretus Museum of Antwerp” by Robert McCamant

5-05:9-10

Plantin Press

9-04:9

Plato

7-05:7

"Playboy"

12-99:7

Players Club

6-05:4

plays, 17th century

5-05:3

Plaza de Armes

9-98:3*

Pleasant Hill, Ky.

12-01:4,5,9, 11-03:7, 2-04:8, 11-05:15

Plotnick, Harvey

4-95:4

Plummer, Christopher

4-03:2

“Poached Salmon at the Dirty Duck”, by Truman Metzel

1-03:8

Pocahontas Press

9-96:4, 7-98:6, 5-01:7, 12-02:7

“Pocahontas Press”, by Arthur Miller

12-02:7

Poe, David

6-04:1

Poe, Edgar Allan

1-94:3, 5-95:5*,6, 1-96:3, 3-97:4, 5-98:1,2,3,6,712-98:7, 4-99:4, 12-99:4, 6-04:1*,3-15, 11-04:8,9, 11-05:2

"Poem"

4-98:5

“Poems” (Emerson)

12-03:9*

“Poems” (Longfellow)

11-04:10

“Poems” (Edward Thomas)

11-05:12

"Poems and Letters of Lord Byron"

4-99:4, 5-99:3*

“Poems by Edgar Allan Poe”

6-04:6*

"Poems of Childhood"

8-98:7

"Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins"

4-97:1

"Poems of Mrs. Anne Bradstreet"

7-98:7

“Poems of Nature”

4-05:9

“Poems of Place”

11-04:13

"Poems of Places"

1-98:5*

“Poems of the Old South”

11-04:13-14*

“Poems on Slavery”

11-04:9*

"Poe's Magnum Opus, Eureka: A Prose Poem" by John Astin

5-98:1,6

“The Poet as an Intellectual”, by Pierre Ferrand

4-04:4-5

"Poet Laureate Gwendolyn Brooks to be Inducted into Caxton Club"

4-96:5

"The Poetical Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins"

4-97:5

poetry

7-95:3, 3-96:6, 8-96:3, 3-99:1

-analysis

1-02:1

-bad

1-99:8, 3-99:8

-Brazilian

4-04:4-5

"Poetry"

3-96:1, 7-98:3, 10-98:5, 9-99:7, 2-01:8, 5-01:6, 12-02:2, 1-05:2-3*,8, 11-05:6

Poetry Foundation

1-05:8

Poetry in Motion

8-99:4

"Poetry in Motion Moves to CTA in Hopes of Moving People to Poetry" by Hayward Blake

8-99:4

“Poetry Magazine: The Cinderella of the Arts” by Joe Like

1-05:2-3,8

“Poetry of Victor Hugo”, by Pierre Ferrand

2-03:6

Poetry Press

5-01:7

Poetry Society of America

8-99:4

poets

3-99:1, 12-02:2

-French Romantic

12-01:6

“The Poets and Poetry of Europe”

11-04:9

"A Poet's Gift" by Paul F. Gehl

3-99:6

"The Poets Praise 'A Woman Reading'"

8-96:4

Poirot, Hercule

3-03:7

“Poisonous Plants at Table”

2-05:12

"Polar Books and Maps Collection Grew from Passion for Adventure" by Gerald F. Fitzgerald

11-98:1,4

polar exploration

11-98:1,4, 2-01:3

polarization

3-98:2

Polier, Shad

12-98:5

"The Political Cartoon: Democracy's Subversive Art"by Anthony J. Mourek

11-97:3-5

Pollin, Burton

6-04:l

"Polycronicon"

9-99:5, 7-04:6

Polyform Cultural Sigueiros

8-04”4*,5

Pompadour, Mme. De

10-05:8

Pond, Major

8-05:3

Ponden Hall

8-00:5

Poole, George A., Jr.

11-01:7

Poole, William Frederick

12-94:5, 2-00:4

Pope, John Russell

1-98:1

"Pope Android Seventh" by Ray Bradbury

12-98:7

Poprocki, Thomas J.

4-05:11

pop-up books

11-97:7

pornography

1-97:4

Port, Allen

5-97:5

Port Stanley

7-03:1

Porter, Bob

11-97:2

Porter, Russell

9-03:15

portolan atlases, charts

2-00:5, 3-00:4

"Portrait Given to Library"

4-96:6

Posadas, Barbara M.

12-99:7*

postage stamps

4-96:5*

potato

5-05:10*, 6-05:2

Potter, Beatrix

12-94:4

Potter, Harry

1-04:1,6

Potter, Mary Storer

11-04:4

Pottle, Frederick

9-04:4,7

Poulter, Cameron

5-97:5

Pound, Ezra

3-96:1, 2-01:8, 4-01:6, 12-02:1, 11-05:6,10

Powell, Roger

9-02:9

Powner, Charles

11-00:4

Powner, Charles T.

11-00:4

"Practica quae alias Philonium dicitur"

2-97:3

Prague

10-96:1

“A Prairie Poet’s Portrait of Abraham Lincoln”, by Gene E. Rinkel

2-04:3,6-7

Pratt, Davis

6-01:7

“Prayer”, by Reinhold Niebuhr

12-03:2

“The Prehistory of the Prehistoric Novel”, by Pierre Ferrand

5-04: 1,6

Prescott, William H.

1-01:4

"Presence"

8-96:6

"Preserving Lincoln: The Person and the Collector" by Ralph Geoffrey Newman

2-94:3

“President Jim”, by Truman Metzel

7-03:6

"President Tom Joyce Presents Thoughts at Outset of Tenure" by Tom Joyce

10-95:1

"President's Annual Report" by Frank J. Piehl

7-98:8

"President's Assessment of Club and Its Future" by Tom Joyce

8-97:1,3

"The President's Report, 1999-2000" by C. Fred Kittle

6-00:7

Press of October House

5-01:7

Press of the Indiana Kid

7-03:6

Press of the Sea Turtle

9-02:4

presses

9-99:6*, 5-05:10*

Preston, Keith

12-01:10-11

Price, Derek J. de Sola

6-99:l

Price, Eugenia

6-95:2,5*, 1-98:2

Price, Robin

9-02:3, 1-05:4,5,6

"The Price of Sin"

1-94:4

“Priceless caxton Book Goes On Exhibition”

7-04:6

Prickman, Greg

6-00:8, 11-00:7, 12-00:7, 2-01:8, 3-02:7

Priestley, Raymond

11-98:4

“Primitive History”

8-03:6*-7

“Primitive History: a forgotten ‘masterpiece’”, by Dan Crawford

8-03:6-7

“A Princess of Mars”

12-04:1

Prindle, Carol

5-04:7

"The Printer: What He Might Be"

7-98:7

printers, l5th century

4-96:1

"Printer's Marks and Devices"

10-98:3

Printer’s Row Book Fair

6-03:7

Printery

8-95:1

printing

7-98:1,6, 8-99:4, 9-02:9

-color

1-04:4

-Thirties

9-01:5

Printing House Row

10-95:3*

Printing Office

5-97:4

"The Printing Press"

7-98:7

Printworks Gallery

2-05:5,12

"A Private Reading of James Joyce: Himself, A Literary Epiphany of This Century" by Tom O'Gorman

6-98:1,4

"Prize-Winning Poet Envisions Chicago in 2999 as 'Senior Adventure'" by Gwendolyn Brooks

2-97:1

"Prize-Winning Poet Finds Life-Subjects Everywhere" by Jerry Miller

7-95:3

"Prized Hemingway Books Preserved in Oak Park and River Forest" by Michael Seefeldt

7-96:3-4

"Processing of Caxton Club Archives Progresses Apace"

6-97:5

"Proclamation"

1-95:3

"The Professional Bookman: Midleton at Ludlow" by Paul F. Gehl

10-98:1,6

"Prof. Peterson of Harvard to Speak at Northwestern"

2-96:6

"Profiles in Courage"

3-96:2

"Prologue to 'Rhymes to be Traded for Bread'" by Vachel Lindsay

7-99:1

prophecy

11-03:3

"Proposal to Donate Caxton Archives Studied" by Michael Grace

8-95:5

“Le prose della vulgar lingua”

10-05:10

“The Prose Romances No. 1”

6-04:11

"The Protocols of the Elders of Zion"

4-99:3

"The Proud Heart"

4-01:1

Proust, Marcel

4-02:4,6

proverbs

9-96:5

provincialism

1-97:2

Pruchnicki, Paul

10-96:5, 8-00:5, 7-05:8

Pruchnicki, Suzanne Smith

12-94:3, 10-96:5, 1-98:4, 7-98:6, 6-99:6*, 11-99:7, 8-00:5, 10-01:5, 5-02:8, 7-03:6, 3-04:6, 7-04:5, 4-05:13, 7-05:8

Pruchnicki, Suzanne Smith

“Achille J. St. Onge” 7-04:7

"Book Illustrators" 12-94:4

“Doing Research” 7-05:8

"Evidence of Travels" 8-00:5

“Four Courts, Dublin” 5-02:8*

"Miniature Press Book" 10-96:5

“A Morning with the Indiana Kid” 7-03:6

"N.C.Wyeth: 1-98:1,4

"The Path to Top Withers (Wuthering Heights)" 4-99:6

"Ponden Hall" 8-00:5

"Reflections on Books and Printing" 6-94:1

illustration 8-94:5

letter 5-94:4

Prudhomme, Sully

4-01:6

"Prufrock and Other Observation"

4-95:4

“A Psalm of Life”

11-04:6,7

Psalms

7-02:4

“Psyche”

10-04:6

“Psychoanalysis et Litterature”

5-05:7

PTLA

See Publishers’ Trade List Annual

Ptolemy

2-00:1

"Public Debate on the Truth of Spiritualism"

8-00:4*

"Publications Committee Sets Caxton Book Price"

12-94:3

Publishers’ Trade List Annual (PTLA)

9-04:10*-11

“The Publishers’ Trade List Annual and Book Collecting”, by Sidney F. Huttner

9-04:10-11

“Publisher’s Weekly”

9-04:10

publishing

10-95:4

"La Pucelle d'Orleans"

2-01:6

Puleston, Allen

5-96:6, 7-01:6

Pulitzer, Joseph

3-04:4*

Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

3-04:1,3-6,7

Pullman, IL

3-98:1

Pullman, George

5-01:4

puns

1-05:1

“Pure Type Forms”

6-02:5*,6

"Purloined Books Raise Thorny Ownership Questions for Dealers, Collectors" by Tom Joyce

10-96:3

Pushkin, Alexander

12-99:5*, 5-05:6

Pyle, Howard

12-94:4, 1-98:l

Pyramid Atlantic

1-05:4-6

Pyramus

8-05:4-6,8

Q

Qara wiyin University

6-99:1

Quadracci Pavilion

1-02:7*

Quadrangle Club

4-96:6, 5-96:8

Quaife, Milo

1-01:7, 2-04:3

Quakers

12-95:2,3

-Shaking Quakers

see “Shakers”

Quaritch, Bernard

5-96:6, 7-01:6

Quarles

6-04:12

“Quartet”, by Laurel Church

4-04:3

Quattrocchi, Carolyn

8-94:4, 8-95:4, 3-96:5, 10-96:1*, 1-98:6, 2-98:6, 1-99:7, 2-99:7, 3-99:1, 8-99:7, 12-99:7, 7-00:5, 7-01:8*, 8-01:8, 12-01:13,15, 5-03:7, 9-03:2, 3-04:6, 7-04:5. 1-05:8, 6-05:9*

Quattrocchi, Ed

1-94:1, 4-94:4, 5-94:4, 7-94:1,4, 12-94:6, 1-95:8, 8-95:3,4,6, 9-95:6, 10-95:6, 11-95:2,6, 2-96:4, 10-96:6*, 1-97:6, 2-97:3, 6-97:3, 8-97:4, 2-98:6, 3-98:6, 7-98:3, 6-99:8, 8-99:7, 11-99:6-7, 1-00:7, 4-00:4*, 5-00:2, 6-00:7,8, 7-00:3,5, 9-00:4, 10-00:8, 12-00:7, 2-01:5,7, 7-01:1,7,8*, 8-01:8, 10-01:8 , 12-01:15, 2-02:4*, 8-02:8, 9-02:10, 10-02:7, 11-02:8, 2-03:7, 5-03:1,7, 11-03:4, 5-04:4*-5,7, 7-04:5, 8-04:7, 9-04:12, 10-04:12, 1-05:7,8,12, 2-05:12, 3-05:8, 6-05:9*

Quattrocchi, Ed

"A Bibliophile's...Birthday Observance" 2-97:3

"A Bookish Tour of England" 7-01:1,4,5

"The Caxton and University Clubs" 9-94:3-4

“Caxton Club Nobel Committee” 8-02:5

"Caxtonians in Prague" 10-96:1,6

"Caxtonians Share European Literary Adventure" 10-99:6-7

"Celebrating Dante's Descent Into Hell", 4-00:1,6

"Dante's Influence on Michelangelo" 4-00:4-5

"Fall Friday Luncheons Will Explore Computer Use" 8-95:3

"First Friday Leads to a Second" 8-94:4

"A Forgotten Treasure of Thomas More" 4-94:1

"The 1481 Edition of Dante's Commedia" 4-00:4

"A History, of Sorts" 5-94:3

"In the Land of Walter Scott" 8-01:8

"An Irish Memory", 1-99:7

"A Letter from Evanston" 12-97:6, 1-98:6, 2-98:6, 1-99:7, 7-01:1,4,5, 8-01:8

"A Link With Caxton" 11-99:6-7

"Longfellow's Enduring Influence" 7-00:5

"Luncheon Programs", always last page

“Pietro Bembo” 10-05:1-5,10

“Rare Plants and Rare Books” 11-03:1,4-5

“Redeeming Time” 4-03:6

"Thomas More's Printers" 5-94:1

“A Tribute to Leonard Freedman” 5-04:4-5

"Yvor Winters" 3-99:1,5,6

see also obituaries

Quattrocchi, Michael

11-99:6

Quattrocchi, Theresa

12-93:4, 1-94:6

"Quattrocchi to Explore Utopia"

1-97:6

Quebec

map: 2-00:4

Queen, Ellery

5-01:7

Queen of Hearts

1-04:5*

Queiros, Ophelia

4-04:4

“Quest for Fire”

5-04:6*

"Quest for Reality"

5-99:5

Quian Zhao

10-03:4

Quicherat, Jules

3-01:4

Quinault, Philippe

10-04:6

Quincy, of Harvard

11-04:5,8

Quinlan, Alyssa

12-04:7,8, 4-05:13

Quinn, Arthur

6-04:7-8

Quinn, Nancy

11-95:4

R

race relations

2-96:2,3

Rackham, Arthur

12-94:4

Raeburn, Ben

11-96:2

Rafinesque, Constantine

12-01:4, 6-03:5

Ragan, Lawrence, Communications, Inc.

4-98:6

Raggedy Andy

11-93:1

Raggedy Ann

11-93:1, 7-95:4

"Ragtime"

4-99:2,6*

Railing, John S.

11-96:6, 12-96:6, 5-97:6, 10-97:8, 11-97:7, 12-97:8, 1-98:4, 12-98:8, 11-99:8, 12-99:8, 7-05:2-3

"Rain"

9-97:4

"Ralph Fletcher Seymour, As Remembered by a Long-Time Friend", by Wilbert Hasbrouck

10-98:5-7

"Ralph 124C41+"

12-98:4

“Rameau’s Nephew”

10-05:9

"The Rampart"

1-01:5

Rampersad, Arnold

12-00:2, 9-01:1

Ramsey, Roy Vance

"William Caxton" 4-96:1,4, 5-96:7, 6-96:3

Ramsgate

2-99:1,4

Rand, Ayn

5-00:3

"Rand McNally Grant to Underwrite Exhibit Catalogue"

11-94:1

Randall, David A.

11-01:7

Randall, Dudley

7-95:1

Randall, J.G.

2-04:6

Rank, Otto

5-05:7

Ranney, George, Sr.

8-03:7

Ransom, Francis Rose

5-01:7

Ransom, Harry

-Center

7-05:8

Ransom, Will

5-01:7

Raphael

10-05:5

"Rare Copy of Ulysses Offered by Baumans"

6-98:7

“Rare Plants and Rare Books at the Botanic Garden”, by Ed Quattrocchi

11-03:1,4-5

"Rare Print Now in Caxtonian's Collection" by Steven J. Masello

12-00:6-7

"Rarest Club Publication Contains Piece of Caxton's Earliest Printing", by Frank J. Piehl

9-99:5,6

rarity

4-99:3,6

Rascoe, Burton

5-02:4

Rastell, John

5-94:1

Rastell, William

4-94:1, 5-94:1, 9-94:3

“The Raven”

6-04:11-12

“The Raven and Other Poems”

6-04:12*-13*

Ravinia

10-98:2

"Ray Bradbury: Science Fiction Legend of the 20th Century" by Lawrence Solomon

12-98:7

"The Razor's Edge"

9-97:2

Read, Bob

5-03:8

“A Reader Summoned by the World From His Reading”, by Robert Cotner

1-02:2

reading

1-97:2, 7-97:2

Reading, Gary

10-98:7

Reagan, Ronald

7-03:6

“Reciprocal Walks with Robert Frost”, by Jack W.C. Hagstrom

9-03:13,15

"Recollectionms of the Lyceum and Chautauqua Circuits"

7-98:6

recording industry

7-04:6

Red Horse Tavern

11-04:12

Red Pole, the

6-96:3

"Red, Red Rose" by Robert Burns and Bruce Beck

5-97:4

Redden, David

10-94:6, 11-94:1*,6, 2-97:6, 11-99:7, 7-01:6

“Redeeming Time in Dante, Michelangelo, and Shakespeare”, by Ed Quattrocchi

4-03:6

Reed, Earl H.

8-99:7

Reed, Kersey Coates

2-03:5

Reed, Philip

5-01:7, 10-03:7

Reese, William

3-01:7, 10-01:4

Reeve, Florence

4-97:4

"Reflections on Books and Printing" by Suzanne Smith Pruchnicki

6-98:1

“Reflections on Robert Frost’s ‘The Black Cottage” by Peter J. Stanlis

1-02:1,3,6

Regency Books

12-99:6

"Regenstein Exhibit Reveals Eugene Field as a Bookman, Ingenious Satirist, and a Writer of Pleasing Versatility" by Ned Rosenheim

3-95:3-4

Regenstein Library

5-97:4

“A Register of Artists, Engravers, Booksellers, Bookbinders, Printers, and Publishers in New York City, 1821-1842”

9-04:11

Regulus

9-02:6

Reilly, Bernard F., Jr.

10-01:8, 2-03:8

Reilly, Patrick

9-96:6, 10-96:4,6

Reinhold, Erasmus

4-04:8

Reis, Ghali

6-99:4

Reis, Ricardo

4-04:4

Reiser, Emily

2-03:7, 3-03:5, 9-03:16, 11-03:6, 12-03:12, 1-04:8, 3-04:6, 4-04:1*,6, 7-04:5

"Relative Worth"

1-94:4

relics

6-05:5-10

“La Religieuse”

10-05:9

religion

7-02:2, 8-02:3

-Robert Frost and

1-02:3

religious faith

4-95:2, 11-95:2

Rembar, Charles

12-98:5

“Remembering France’s Immortal Victor Hugo”, by Pierre Ferrand

2-03:1,6

“Remembering Greer Allen” by John Allen

9-05:1,4-6

"Remembering McCutcheon's Memorable Fall Piece" by Robert Cotner

11-94:3

"Remembrance" by Robert Cotner

5-96:1

Remer, Robert

1-96:4

"A Reminder from the Centennial Exhibitions Committee" by Kathleen Lamb

12-93:4

"A Reminder of Archiving"

8-98:4

"Reminiscence of Frost at Michigan" by Peter J. Stanlis

1-01:3-4

"A Reminiscence: On First Listening in on Henry Miller" by Michael R. Sawdey

1-97:3

Remisoff, Nicolas

12-02:7

Renaissance Roman (typeface)

3-01:7

"Renascence"

10-99:2

Rendell, Kenneth W.

6-97:4

Rentschler, William

12-00:7, 7-04:5, 5-04:7

"Report From Part Two"

4-96:5

“Report from Silver Spring” by Robert McCamant

1-05:4-6

“Representative Men”

12-03:9*

Republican Party

2-98:3

reputation, literary

12-03:11

"Re-remembering Caxton, Pioneer English Printer" by David G. Michell

11-96:6

“Resistance to Civil Government”

4-05:7

restoration

8-97:2

"The Return of Martin Guerre"

5-99:5

“The Return of Tarzan”

12-04:1

“Returne of Prayers”

9-04:3*-4*

Reuter, Will

10-98:7

“Le Reve d’Alembert”

10-05:10

“Revels 2001 Is a Grand Success” by Jim Tomes

2-02:4

“A Review of Major Literary Prizes Impacting the English-Speaking World”, by Junie L. Sinson

3-04:1,3-6,7

revision

12-01:1

Reynolds, Joshua

9-05:5-7

Reynolds, Mack

10-00:6

Reynolds, Michael

6-99:6

Reynolds, William J.

7-02:4-5

"Rheims Cathedral"

3-01:5

Rhenanus, Beatus

9-95:4

"RHM Creates Art Form"

11-93:1

"RHM: The Man and His Letters"

9-93:1, 11-93:2

Rice, Susan

4-02:6

Richard III

9-94:3

"Richard Carvell"

5-94:4

“Richard Christiansen Remembers Chicago Theater”, by Albert Williams

9-03:14-15

Richards, David

8-05:8, 9-05:8, 10-05:12

Richards, I.A.

7-97:2

Richards, Myra Reynolds

7-97:4

Richardson, Robert D., Jr.

2-99:2

Richland, Kathy

12-95:l

Ricketts, Coella

7-98:6, 3-01:5

Ridler, Anne

2-97:6

Riesman, David

11-02:6

Riley, James Whitcomb

1-04:2*-3, 8-05:3*

-Home

1-04:3*

-Hospital for Children

1-04:2

Riley Memorial Association

1-04:2

Rimbaud, Arthur

1-02:4*-6

Rink, Heinrich

12-98:4-5

Rinkel, Gene K.

2-04:3

Rinkel, Gene K.

“A Prairie Poet’s Portrait of Abraham Lincoln” 2-04:3,6-7

"Ripple Effects in Shadowlands" by Tom Joyce

3-94:l

Riser, Harry

7-05:2

Risti, Jovanka

1-03:1

Ritter, Franz

2-00:5

River Oaks Arts

4-97:4

“A River Runs Through It”

11-04:15

River Street Press

7-94:4, 1-95:6, 7-95:5, 8-96:4, 9-03:2

Rivers, Eileen M.

See Towner, Eileen

Rives and Arches

6-95:3-4

Rizenthaler, Mary Lynn

6-95:4

“The Road Not Taken”

11-05:12

Roadman, Jack

11-94:6

Robert, Maurice

5-96:3

"Robert Cotner Speaks on Thoreau at Caxton Club, Friday, April 24, 1998" by Laurel M. Church

7-98:3

"Robert Frost and Harriet Monroe: Champions of a Common Cause" by Lesley Lee Francis

3-96:l

"Robert Frost and the University of Michigan" by Kathryn L. Beam

1-01:1,3

"Robert Frost: I Have Been One Acquainted With the Night" by Robert Cotner

10-01:1,6

"The Robert Frost Review"

3-96:7(logo)

"Robert Frost: The Individual and Society"

7-00:6

Roberts Bros.

1-98:5

Roberts, Kenneth

3-96:7

Robertz, Henry

8-95:4, 7-98:6

Robins, Margaret Dreier

10-04:11*

Robinson, Alan

10-04:8-9

Robinson, Alan Jones

9-02:4

Robinson, Arthur

1-03:7

Robinson, Lionel

6-05:9

Robinson, William

6-03:1

"Robinson Jeffers: Rugged Hewn at Continent's End" by Robert Cotner

3-00:1,6

Roche, Martin

8-94:4, 9-94:3

Rock Creek Cemetery (Washington, D.C.)

9-98:5

Rockwell, Tim

11-98:7

Rodeheaver, Homer

8-02:2

Roden, Carl B.

7-02:7

Rodgers, Carla

5-01:7

Rodgers, Thomas M.

5-03:7

Rodin, Auguste

10-99:1, 3-03:4

Rodo, Jose Enrique

9-03:5

Roeper, Richard

10-00:5

Rogers, Bruce

12-94:3, 4-95:3, 8-95:5, 1-96:5, 12-97:7, 7-98:4, 9-02:7

Rogers, J.M.

1-02:7

Rohde, Ruth Bryan Owen

3-98:5

Rohner Printing Co.

10-95:3

"Rolling Sculpture"

10-97:7*

Rollins, Carl Purrington

9-05:1,5,6

Rolvaag, O.E.

7-97:2

Roman

7-98:4

"Le Roman de Tristan et Iseult"

1-99:1

“Les Romanesques”

10-04:5, 8-05:6

“Romeo and Juliet”

10-04:5, 8-05:5

Romulus

7-02:3

Roorbach, Orville A.

9-04:10

Roosevelt, Eleanor

3-98:7, 5-00:4

Roosevelt, Franklin D.

3-96:2, 5-01:6

Roosevelt, Theodore

5-01:4, 9-03:5

Root, John Wellborn

10-98:5

Roque de Figueroa

5-05:3

Rosary College

4-95:1, 5-95:4, 1-96:3

Rosas

9-03:4

rose

5-99:1*,4, 8-01:6*

Rose, Stuart

6-01:8*, 8-91:4*,5*, 10-01:8, 10-02:7

Rose, Stuart

"Rose's Rules" 8-01:5

Rosenbach, A.S.W.

5-96:6, 7-01:6, 8-04:6

Rosenberg, Marjorie

3-94:4

Rosenberger, Ludwig

8-03:3*,5,6,8

Rosenblatt, Al

4-02:6

Rosenheim, Edward W. "Ned"

9-93:3, 12-93:4, 1-94:1,6, 5-94:3, 1-95:4, 2-95:1,3, 3-95:2,5. 8-95:4, 10-95:5*, 1-96:4, 1-97:6, 2-97:6, 4-97:4, 8-98:8, 1-99:8, 3-99:8, 6-99:6, 10-01:7,8, 2-02:4,5*, 5-03:7

Rosenheim, Edward W.

"Regenstein Exhibit Reveals Eugene Field" 3-95:3-4

Rosenheim, Peggy

2-02:5*, 5-03:7

"Rosenheim Featured"

12-93:4

Rosenthal, Anne

4-04:7

Rosenthal, Barnard M., Inc.

9-04:9

Rosenthal, Emily

7-01:5, 4-04:7

Rosenthal, Jane

5-95:3, 6-95:1, 4-96:6, 5-96:8, 7-98:8, 7-99:7, 11-99:6,7, 7-01:5,8*, 8-01:8, 4-04:7, 9-05:4

Rosenthal, Marie-Louise

1-95:5, 2-95:4, 5-96:2, 4-03:7

Rosenthal, Martin

-Memorial Library Fund

1-04:5

Rosenthal, Peter

4-04:7

Rosenthal, Robert

3-96:5, 5-96:3, 10-01:5,8, 4-04:7, 9-05:4,5,6

Rosenthal, Samuel L.

1-95:5*, 4-03:7, 8-04:6

"Rosenthal Exhibit at UC"

3-96:5

Rosenwald, Lessing J.

6-94:5

"Rose's Rules for Book Collecting", by Stuart Rose

8-01:5

Rosny, J.-H.

5-04:1,6

Ross, Michael

8-95:4

Ross-Jones, Theresa

8-95:4

Rosse, Herman

5-99:l

Rossen, Susan

1-94:1, 4-94:4, 8-94:6, 9-94:1, 12-94:3,6, 2-95:1,3, 5-95:3*, 6-95:1, 8-95:4, 1-96:1,6, 9-97:3,6, 11-99:4, 5-00:2, 6-00:7, 5-01:7, 8-01:7, 9-01:7, 10-01:8, 2-02:5*, 6-02:7, 8-02:8, 2-03:7, 5-03:3,7, 3-04:6, 7-04:5, 3-05:3,6, 6-05:5*,8

Rossen, Susan

"UIC Professor Sloan to Speak" 6-96:5

Rossi, Roy

4-95:4

Rost, Bernard

10-02:7, 5-03:7, 12-03:11

Rostand, Edmond

10-04:4-7, 5-05:7, 8-05:6

Rostenberg, Leora

10-01:4

Roth, Philip

8-02:5, 5-03:1

Rothschild Home

10-03:3

Rountree, William M.

5-97:3

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques

10-05:7,8

Roth, Philip

1-05:7

Route 66

3-96:8

Routley, Eric

7-02:5

Rowcliffe, Norman

5-99:3

Rowe, Nicholas

12-97:6

Rowfant Club

10-94:5, 2-95:1,4, 1-96:4, 4-96:3, 9-96:5(logo), 4-97:5,6, 5-97:2, 8-97:4, 7-98:7, 12-98:8, 7-01:5,7, 10-02:7,8, 9-04:1, 11-05:16

Rowland, Ingrid D.

2-00:6

Rowlandson, Thomas

12-94:4

Rowling, J.K.

1-04:1*,6

Rowse, Samuel Worcester

4-05:1

Roxburghe Club

1-95:7, 2-95:4, 6-05:8

Roy, Gordon

1-95:7

Royal Hotel

2-99:4

Royal Library, Windsor Castle

9-04:7

"The Royal Way"

6-01:4,5*

Roycroft Press

4-97:6

Royko, Mike

1-00:3

Rubens, Peter-Paul

5-05:10

Rubloff, Arthur

8-04:1

Rubovits, Norma

4-94:4, 5-95:5, 7-98:6, 8-02:4, 5-03:7, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 6-05:7*

Rubovits, Norma

letter 5-97:4

Rud, Anthony M.

12-99:7

Rudd, Martha

2-99:1,4-6

Rudge, William E.

4-95:3

Ruiz, Hipolito

6-03:5

Ruscha, Ed

3-03:7

Rushdie, Salman

4-01:6

Russell, Dan

5-99:6

Russell, George

10-01:6

Russell, J. Thomas

6-04:5

Russell, Ray

12-99:7

Russem, Katherine

9-02:8

Russem, Michael

9-02:8-9, 1-05:4*,5,6

Ruxin, Joanne

8-02:7

Ruxin, Paul T.

10-97:8, 1-98:7, 12-99:8, 7-01:5, 8-01:7, 8-02:4,7, 10-02:7*,8, 11-02:8, 5-03:6, 4-04:7, 5-04:7,8, 7-04:5, 9-04:2, 12-04:5, 3-05:8, 11-05:16

Ruxin, Paul T.

“Caxtonians Collect: Arlene Hoffman” 9-05:7

“Caxtonians Collect: David Mann” 7-05:7

“Caxtonians Collect: Gwin J. Kolb” 12-04:5-6

“Caxtonians Collect: Jim Hagy” 5-05:11

“Caxtonians Collect: Robert Schenck” 3-05:7

“Lord Auchinleck’s Fingal” 2-05:1,6-10

“One Thing Leads to Another” 8-05:4-6,8

“Other People’s Books” 9-04:1,3-7

Ruzicka, Rudolph

1-94:3, 8-99:1,3,5,7

Ryan, George H.

2-95:4

Ryerson, Edward L.

4-99:1

Ryerson, Martin A.

1-95:5, 9-99:6

Ryland, Hobart

10-04:4,5

S

Sabbathday Lake, Maine

12-01:5

Saberhagen, Fred

12-99:7

“Sable Friend” by Robert Cotner

2-02:3

Sack, John Gabriel

3-00:4

sacred architecture

9-98:1,4

"Sacred Architecture: An Ongoing Dialogue of the Divine" by Ralph Carreno

9-98:1,4

Saenger, Paul A.

1-94:6, 2-94:4, 5-95:4, 6-95:4, 11-96:4, 6-98:6, 5-03:7, 12-04:5

Sagan, Carl

6-97:3

"Il Saggiatore"

2-00:6

sailing

9-94:2, 11-98:7

Saint, The

3-02:4

St. Bride's Printing Library

6-99:7, 6-05:8

St. Croix Booksellers

2-98:2

St. Eldradis

6-05:6

Saint-Gaudens, Auguste

9-98:5

"Saint Joan"

3-01:6

St. John’s Bible

11-01:8

St. John’s University

7-96:4, 11-01:8

St. Luke's Episcopal Church (Washington, D.C.)

2-96:3

St. Martin de Tours Catholic Church

7-00:5

St. Mary's City

11-98:7*

St. Mary's College (Raleigh, NC)

9-00:5

Saint-Memin

10-02:1

St. Onge, Achille J.

7-04:7

St. Onge, Daniel

7-04:7

St. Onge, David

7-04:7

St. Onge, Elizabeth-Ann

7-04:7

St. Onge, Ernest

7-04:7

St. Onge, Lionel

7-04:7

St. Onge, Margaret

7-04:7

"St. Petersburg and the Imperial Ballet"

10-96:5

St. Stephen's Church

9-95:4

Saints and Sinner's Corner (McClurg Bookstore)

10-93:3, 11-93:3

"A Salute of Our Second Century" by Frank J. Piehl

2-95:3

Salvation Army

12-97:1,3-4, 7-99:1, 11-00:4,7, 10-01:7, 8-02:8, 7-05:3

-hymns

8-02:3,8

"A Salvation Army Officer Remembers Sallie Chesham" by Paul Marshall

12-97:3-4

San Francisco

12-97:6. 1-98:6, 2-98:6, 7-00:6

-Book Fair

2-99:7

-Public Library

10-01:4,7

Sanborn, F.B.

11-00:2

Sanborn, Frank

4-05:10

Sand, George

5-02:5*-6

"Sand County Almanac"

6-97:2,5*

Sandburg, Carl

10-94:1,2,3*,4, 5-96:3, 11-98:6, 5-01:6, 5-02:7, 2-04:2,3,6-7, 7-04:6-7, 6-05:1

-Archives (U. of Illinois)

2-04:7

-memorial service

10-94:2

Sandburg, Carl

"Let Love Go On" 11-98:6

Sandburg, Helga

10-94:1*, 2-04:6,7

Sandburg, Helga

"Helga Sandburg-Always the Young Daughter-Remembers Her Father" 10-94:1

Sandburg, Janet

2-04:6

Sandburg, Lilian

10-94:1

Sandburg, Margaret

10-94:3, 2-04:6,7

Sandburg, Paula

2-04:6

“A Sandburg First Edition, with a Spin”, by Dan Crawford

7-04:6-7

Sander Engraving Co.

1-05:11

Sanders, Ivan

6-03:7

Sanford, Donn W.

7-97:4, 7-98:6, 5-03:7, 10-04:7*

Sanford, Jon Elroy

7-99:6-7

Sanford, Marcelline Hemingway

7-96:1*, 6-97:l

Sangorski & Sutcliffe

7-04:7

"Sanitary Fairs"

10-95:4

Sant, John

6-96:3

"Santayana"

10-98:3

Santayana, George

1-02:3,6

Sargent, Charles Sprague

4-98:3

Sarmiento, Domingo

9-03:4,5

“Sartor Resartus”

12-03:5*

Sartre, Jean-Paul

5-00:1, 6-01:4

SATOR formula

1-01:7*

Satterfield, Jay

8-02:5

Saunders, Cathie R.

5-97:5

Saunders, Colin

7-04:6

"Save America's Treasures"

9-99:6

Savern, James

5-05:11

Savoyaires

11-04:16, 12-04:8

Sawdey, Michael R.

9-95:5, 12-95:7, 1-97:3, 6-98:3,5, 7-98:3, 8-98:3, 11-03:6, 5-04:7

Sawdey, Michael R.

"James Joyce and Samuel Beckett" 6-98:3-5

"A Journal in the House" 8-98:3

"A Renaissance" 1-97:3

Sayers, Dorothy L.

5-98:3

Sayre, David

3-03:2, 4-03:2

Scalza, Lillian

7-99:1

"The Scarlet Letter"

10-95:4, 11-98:2

Schaeffer, Peter

9-04:9

Schatz, Bezalel

1-97:1

Schenck, Richard J.

9-95:4

Schenck, Robert

5-04:7, 1-05:7-8, 3-05:7*

Schenck, Robert R.

3-94:2

Schick, Reuben A.

12-02:6

Schiff, Judith Ann

12-97:2

Schilder, Steve

11-97:3

Schiller, Friedrich von

2-01:6, 10-05:9

Schilling, Chip

1-05:6

Schill's Bookstore

1-99:7

Schlag, Albert H.

12-02:6

Schlesinger, Arthur M., Sr.

8-02:6

Schliemann, Heinrich

6-04:2

Schmidt, Harvey

8-05:6

Schneider, Duane

9-00:5

"Scholar Espoused a Life of the Mind in African-American Society" by Robert Cotner

2-96:3

"Scholar Sees UnMerry Christmas in Herman Melville's Vision" by Harrison Hayford

12-95:1

Schoonover, David

4-05:16, 5-05:12, 6-05:12

Schori, Ward

10-04:7

Schreyer, Alice D.

9-93:1*,3, 6-94:4,5,6, 7-94:1*, 11-94:6, 12-94:6, 3-95:6, 4-95:4, 6-95:1, 12-95:4, 1-97:6, 4-97:3,5, 7-97:4. 8-97:4, 1-98:7, 5-98:7. 6-98:6, 8-98:8, 7-99:7, 11-99:7, 1-00:6, 6-00:5, 7-00:6, 12-00:7, 3-01:7, 10-01:7, 11-01:5, 8-02:4,7, 9-02:4, 3-03:7, 5-03:3, 12-03:11, 4-04:7, 5-04:7

Schreyer, Alice D.

"Anniversary Tribute to the Library of Congress" 6-00:5

"Eugene Field and His Books" 12-94:5

"Grant to Preserve a Chicago and National Treasure" 9-99:6

"University of Chicago Exhibition" 2-00:6

Schreyer, Les

12-03:11

Schubert, Franz

9-99:6

Schultz, Arthur W.

6-98:6

Schultz, Bonnie

10-93:4, 9-97:6

Schultz, James Willard

2-99:8

Schulze, Franz

1-01:8

Schumann, Robert

9-99:6

Schuyler, George C.

3-98:3

Schwab, Gustav

9-99:3

Schwar, Scott

7-96:6, 6-99:6

Schwar, Scott

letter 9-96:4

Schwartz, Charles

6-97:6

Schwartz, Seymour

2-00:8

Schwarzlose, Richard

9-01:7, 7-03:5

Schweitzer, Albert

1-99:2

Science Correspondence Club

12-99:6

science fiction

12-98:1,4, 12-99:1,6-7

"The Science Fiction and Fantasy Collections of the NIU Libraries" by Samuel T. Huang

12-98:1,4

Science Fiction Writers of America

12-98:4

Science Research Associates

11-05:15

Sclair, Helen A.

12-03:11, 3-04:6, 5-04:5,7, 7-04:5, 9-04:12, 10-04:12, 4-05:15*, 11-05:16

Scopes Trial

3-98:2,4*,5*,7*

Scot, Reginald

1-98:4

Scott, Barry

8-95:4, 7-04:5

Scott, George C.

12-02:8

Scott, John A.

12-94:5

Scott, Nathan

3-95:5

Scott, Robert F.

11-98:4

Scottsdale, AZ

11-94:4

Scoville Institute

7-96:3

scribble

9-04:3

scribes

4-96:l

Scribner’s Rare Book Room

11-01:7

Scripps College

10-03:3

The Scriptorium

4-95:5

Scrooge, Ebenezer

In movies 12-02:8*-9*

Scruton, Judson

11-93:4, 1-94:1,5, 2-94:1

“Scuttlebutt”

4-02:5

“Se questo ‘e un uomo”

8-03:1,4*

“Séance for a Minyan”

9-02:7

Searle, Ronald

7-05:8

Sears, Mardy

4-05:13

“The Seaside and the Fireside”

11-04:10

“A Season in Hell”

1-03:5*

"The Second Book of the DOFOBS"

4-99:4*

"Second FABS Meeting Held in New York City" by Hayward Blake

8-94:5

Second Inaugural Addess

2-04:5

Seefeldt, Michael

8-95:4, 6-99:6

Seefeldt, Michael

"Prized Hemingway Books" 7-96:3-4

“Seeking Transportation Pool Volunteers and Users”

10-05:10

Seidel, Richard

9-94:5, 6-97:4

Seidel, Wilbert

5-03:7, 7-04:5

Seidenberg, Caryl

12-00:7, 12-01:14*, 8-02:3, 11-02:8, 3-03:5, 5-03:7, 6-03:7, 5-04:7,8, 7-04:5, 1-05:4, 2-05:3, 3-05:6, 4-05:14, 5-05:2

Seidenberg, Caryl

“Pictures from an Exhibition” 10-04:8-9

Seidenberg, Henry

5-03:7

Sekiguchi, Takeshi

11-96:3

selam

8-01:6

Selassie, Haile

8-04:3*

"Selected Auto Bookshops From Along the Road"

10-97:6

"Selected Thoreau Materials at the Newberry Library" by John Hassett Brady

8-99:4

Self, Bill

5-96:3

Self, Peggy

5-96:3

“Seminal Books in the Development of Early Modern Europe”

10-05:4

Sendak, Maurice

5-03:1

Senegal

5-02:2

Senghor, Leopold

5-02:2,3

Sennhauser, Robert

5-95:5

"Sense and Sensibility"

5-96:1

Sequoiah Canyon National Park

5-01:3

sequoias

5-01:2

Sequoyah

9-95:1

Serenity Prayer

12-03:2

Sergeant, Elsie

9-03:15

"Seven"

2-00:7, 4-01:7, 9-02:10, 8-03:7

Seventy-Six Society

7-98:7

Sewall, Ellen

4-05:3

Sexton, Nancy

6-94:1, 2-96:4

Seybold, Catherine

11-04:15

Seyforth, Hugh

10-97:3

Seyforth, Robert

10-97:3

Seymour, Ralph Fletcher

4-94:3, 2-95:3,5, 6-96:4, 11-96:1,4, 7-98:6, 10-98:5-7, 4-99:1, 5-01:7, 7-01:7, 12-02:1*, 3-05:6

Shackleton, Ernest

11-98:4, 2-01:2,3,4,5*

“Shadow Partners”, by Robert Cotner

1-03:7

"Shadowlands"

3-94:1,3

Shadwell, Thomas

5-05:5

"Shake the Hand that Shook the Hand...and So Forth" by Laurel Church

5-00:6-7

Shakers

12-01:4-5,9, 10-03:7, 11-05:15

Shakertown, Ky.

12-01:4

Shakespeare, William

9-93:2, 4-94:1, 9-94:3, 5-96:1,6, 1-97:2, 8-97:5, 2-99:6, 7-01:3, 12-01:1*, 4-03:4,6*, 8-05:5

-First Folio

10-01:7, 8-04:1,6

-folios

8-04:1,6

-motion pictures

10-00:6, 6-03:5-6

"Shakespeare on Film: an update" by Samuel Crowl

10-00:6

Shapiro, Al

8-95:4, 7-04:5

Sharps and Flats

11-93:3

Shasta

12-99:6

Shaw, George Bernard

5-98:1, 12-98:5, 10-99:5-6, 3-01:5, 3-03:1,6, 5-05:7

Shaw, Howard

4-95:5

ShawChicago

2-02:8

Shay, Art

7-99:7, 5-00:4,5,7

Shay, Art

"Personal Glimpses of Nelson Algren" 5-00:1

Shay, Florence

9-93:4, 10-93:4, 7-94:1, 12-94:6, 6-95:1, 8-95:4, 4-97:2, 6-97:4, 7-97:4, 12-99:7, 5-00:5, 6-00:8, 8-01:7, 5-03:7, 7-04:5

Shay, Florence

“Edgar Rice Burroughs” 12-04:1,3-4

"Through a Photographer's Wife's Eye" 5-00:5

Shay, Harmon

5-00:1*

Shay, Jon

5-00:1*

Shay, Richard

5-00:1*

Shayt, David

8-98:2

Sheahan, James W.

7-98:7

Shear, Donna

6-03:7

Shedd, James

12-04:5

Shedd, John G.

2-03:5

Sheep Letters

11-98:3*,5

Sheldon, Alice B.

12-99:7

Sheldon, Raccoona

12-99:7

Shepard, Ernest H.

12-94:4, 2-97:4

Sherlock Holmes Society of London

4-02:5

Sherman, Eunice C.

11-01:2

Sherman, John

4-00:8, 11-00:7

Sherman, Philip

11-01:2

Sherman, Roy V.

11-01:2

Sherwin Beach Press

11-00:7, 9-01:7,8, 2-03:7, 11-04:15, 1-05:4, 2-05:12

Sherwood, John

11-94:2

Shield, Etta

12-01:10

Shields, Andrew

11-04:15

Shields, Charles J.

11-94:6, 4-95:4, 8-95:4, 3-96:7, 12-97:3, 4-98:6, 5-99:6, 6-99:5, 9-99:7, 11-00:5, 12-01:13, 4-02:5, 9-03:2, 11-04:15, 12-04:7

-Day

4-95:4

Shields, Charles J.

"The Art of 'Keeping' the Season" 12-94:1

"The Better Part of One's Life" 9-98:7

"Caxtonian Recalls a 'Doll in a teacup'" 12-97:3

"Caxtonian Remembers Lindbergh Over Philly" 7-97:1

Shields, Chip

11-04:15

Shields, Lauren

11-04:15

Shields, Todd

11-04:15

Shields, Wilma

11-04:15

"Shields Honored by Council as Caxtonian Copy Editor"

6-99:5

"The Ship of Ishtar"

1-99:7

Shirley, Bonnie

7-05:4-5

Shirley, John

7-05:4-5

“Shirt”

12-01:14*

Shoemaker, Morrell

11-94:6, 5-99:8, 11-99:7, 8-01:7, 12-01:1,15, 2-02:5, 8-02:7, 5-03:6, 7-04:5, 4-05:13

Showalter, Craig V.

1-94:6, 8-97:8, 9-97:4,8, 11-99:4

Shrade Cutlery

9-02:2

Sibley, Greta

10-04:8

Sickinger, Bob

9-03:14

Sickles, Harry

7-97:3

Sidney, Philip

8-94:4

Siegler, Larry

12-93:3, 8-94:5, 1-95:7, 2-95:1,4, 4-96:3, 4-97:6, 9-97:7, 2-98:6, 7-01:5, 8-02:5, 5-04:7

Siegler, Larry

‘FABS find Chicago Fabulous” 8-02:4-5

letter 8-97:4

Sierra Club

5-01:1

Sifferell, Charles E.

4-97:2

Sifton, Elizabeth

12-03:2,3*

Sigler, Alyce K.

12-95:4

“Signals of Distress”

1-03:2

"Signs of Times"

10-97:6

Silk, Gerald

10-97:5

Silk, William

11-94:2

Silver, Joel

9-04:8*-9, 2-05:10, 3-05:2,4, 6-05:7*,8

Silver, Long John

1-04:5*

Silver, Lou

8-04:1

Silver, Louis

4-00:4

Silver Penguin Award

4-02:5

Silverberg, Robert

12-99:6

Sim, Alastair

12-02:9*

Simmons, Charles

6-00:8

Simon, John Y.

2-01:5

Simon, Paul

11-97:8, 6-00:8, 8-00:1*

Simonds, O.C., & Co.

4-98:3

“The Simple Spirit”

12-01:8

Simply Elegant Catering

1-94:4

Sinclair, Upton

5-00:3

Sinfonia de Camera

3-02:6

"A Sinful Error"

2-94:4

"Singapore Exhibit Honors Caxton Club Namesake"

8-97:6

“Single Leaves” by Christopher de Hamel

6-05:5-10

single trick books

5-05:11

Singleton, Charles

7-00:5

Sinson, Dorothy

4-01:5, 5-01:8, 7-01:7, 8-01:7, 3-02:7, 4-02:7, 4-03:8, 5-03:7, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 12-04:7, 4-05:13

Sinson, Dorothy

Luncheons, 8-04:8 on

"Pearl Buck" 4-01:1,4,5

Sinson, Junie L.

8-00:8, 9-00:8, 5-01:8, 6-01:7, 7-01:7, 10-01:8, 3-02:7, 4-02:7, 8-02:5, 2-03:7, 5-03:1,7, 6-03:7, 11-03:7, 12-03:12, 2-04:7, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 1-05:7,8, 3-05:7, 4-05:11-12,13,14, 6-05:8*, 9-05:2*, 11-05:16

Sinson, Junie L.

"Caxtonian Visits Nobel Literature Chairman" 4-01:6

“Chinese Poet Bei Dao” 10-03:1,4-6

“Discovery and Selection of Gao Xingjian in the Year 2000” 11-02:1,4,5

“Gao Xingjian’s Analysis” 12-02:4,5,10

“An Illinois Yankee in the Pope’s Library” 4-05:11-12,14

“The Land of Caxton Beckons” 2-05:2

“Making of a Nobel Laureate” 11-02:1,4-5, 12-02:4-5,10

“A Message from the president” 9-05:2-3

“Nobel Committee Launched” 6-02:7

“Northwestern University Press publishes Nobel Laureate” 6-03:6-7

“A Review of Major Literary Prizes” 3-04:1,3-6,7

“Special Notice” 3-02:4

Sinson, Scott

6-02:7, 5-03:7, 5-04:7, 1-05:8

Sive, Rebecca

4-05:16

“Six Poems”

11-05:12

“Six Questions of Socrates”

8-04:2

Sixth Floor Museum

11-97:2

Sizemore, John A.

1-00:7

Skarsgard, Susan

2-94:4

"The Skeletons of Dreams" by Philip Appleman

3-98:4

“The Sketch Book”

11-04:1-2

skiing

3-97:3

Skinner, Cornelia Otis

1-00:3

Skramstad, Harold

10-96:2, 11-98:7*

Skubish, Karen A.

1-94:1,4, 3-94:4, 5-94;3, 6-94:6, 7-94:1*,5, 9-94:6, 11-94:6, 12-94:1,6, 1-95:2, 2-95:1,2,3*, 4-95:4, 5-95:4,7, 6-95:1, 8-95:4,5, 9-95:1, 12-95:4, 5-96:8, 2-97:6, 5-97:6, 8-97:4,8, 9-97:3*,8, 1-98:7, 2-98:5, 4-98:3, 7-98:8, 4-99:5, 5-99:8, 6-99:5, 1-00:7, 6-00:8, 2-01:7*, 2-02:4*, 8-02:4, 10-02:7, 5-03:7, 10-05:11, 11-05:16

Skubish, Karen A.

"Dinner Programs", 9-95 to 8-97, always last page

“Slate Named for New Officers”

5-03:7

Slater, Herbert

6-05:8

Slater, J.H.

"Watermarks" 11-93:3

Slaughter, Thomas

9-03:16, 10-03:8*

slavery

-as seen by Longfellow

11-04:8-9

-in American political cartoons

11-97:4

Slavitt, David

8-05:8

“Sleep”

1-05:4*,5

Sloan, James Park

5-96:8, 6-96:5*,6

Sloane, Hans

6-05:7

Slocum, Charlotte

12-00:7, 10-03:1

Slocum, John

10-96:2

Slusser, Jean Paul

1-01:4

small press

12-98:1

“The Smart Set”

11-05:6

Smith, Mrs.

1-97:3

Smith, Adam

10-05:8

Smith, C. Prentiss

12-97:7

Smith, Charles A.

2-00:5

Smith, Edgar W.

3-02:5

Smith, Elmira

4-99:6*

Smith, Frances "Scottie" Fitzgerald

11-94:2,3

Smith, Hal

12-00:3

Smith, Herman Dunlop

3-00:4

-Center for the History of Cartography

1-03:7

Smith, Jane

7-94:4, 1-95:4, 4-95:6

Smith, Jean Edward

10-02:1

Smith, Karen

5-95:4

Smith, Kathy (Edward)

1-04:7

Smith, Maurice “Clipper”

7-03:6

Smith, Neva

12-97:7

Smith, Newland F. III

5-03:7

Smith, Page

12-97:1

Smith, Philip

9-95:6, 10-95:6

Smith, Samuel Harrison

6-00:5

Smith, Liz

10-00:5

Smith, Sid

9-97:5

Smith, Sidney

12-97:7

Smith Center for the History of Cartography

3-00:4

Smith College

9-97:6, 9-02:3

Smith Used Bookstore

1-99:7

Smithsonian Institution

5-97:2, 8-98:2

Snezek, Paul

5-99:3,6

Snow, C.P.

3-97:5

snowflakes

1-96:2*,3*

"So Red the Nose"

5-99:6*

Soares, Bernardo

4-04:5

society

9-01:2

“Society and Solitude”

12-03:10

Society of American Magicians

7-05:2,5

Society of Bibliophiles

5-97:3

Society of the Fifth Line

7-05:6

Society of Typographic Arts

9-95:5, 5-97:1*, 7-98:4, 3-01:1,3, 12-01:14, 6-02:5, 5-03:8, 7-03:8, 11-04:15, 9-05:15

Sokol, Bernard H.

11-97:1

Solito, Enrico

4-02:6

Solomon, Hannah

5-02:4

Solomon, Larry

6-94:6, 12-04:7

Solomon, Larry

"America's Storyteller, Edgar Allan Poe" 5-98:3

"A Chronology of the Books of Edgar Allan Poe" 5-98:7

"Ray Bradbury" 12-98:7

see also bibliographies

Solomon's Temple, cost of building

6-01:6

"Some Faces of the Caxton Centennial"

5-95:3

“Some Metamorphoses of Don Juan” by Pierre ferrand

5-05:1,3-8

"Some Thoughts on Libraries and Librarians" by Jack Weintraub

7-95:4

"Some Word to Say" by Buddhadeva Bose

11-97:3

"Somerset Maugham: World Traveler, Famed Storyteller" by Craig V. Showalter

9-97:4

"Sommersby"

5-99:5

"Son of the Middle Border"

6-97:2,5*

“The Song and the Slogan”

2-04:7

“Song of Myself”

9-03:7-8

"Song of the Exposition"

8-96:2,5

“Sonnet 5”, by Jesse Stuart

7-04:1

"Sonnet to a Negro in Harlem"

4-98:5

"Sonnet 221B" by Vincent Starrett

3-97:7

"Sonnet XXVI" by Edna St. Vincent Millay

10-99:3

"Sonnets of Petrarch"

5-94:1*

Sorkin-Eisenberg, Linda

5-97:5

Sorley, Charles

11-05:12

Sotheby's

11-93:3, 8-97:4

"Sotheby's David Redden Scheduled as November Dinner Speaker"

11-94:l

Sotheraus

3-04:l

“Soul Mountain”

12-02:4,5

souls

1-99:2

"The Soul's Code"

7-97:2, 9-97:7

“The Souls of Purgatory”

5-05:6

"The Sound of Words"

10-01:7

South Africa

5-97:3

South Downers

11-04:15

South Greenland Press

12-98:3,4

South Union Village, Ky.

12-01:4

“Southern Literary Messenger”

6-04:7,8

Southey, Robert

2-01:6

Soviet bloc

4-00:2

“Space Between Words”

12-04:6*

Spadafora, David

9-05:3

“The Spanish Student”

11-04:9

Spanjer Bros.

12-01:9

"Speaker Lauds Chicago As Book Conservator"

6-95:1,4

"Special Newberry Exhibitions Slated for Holiday Season" by Bill Minter

12-93:1

"Special Outing to Wisconsin Planned"

6-97:6

"Special U of I Auction Set"

3-96:7

"A Specialist's Rare Look at 'Rare" Foreign Books" by Pierre Ferrand

4-99:3,6

“Specimens of American Poetry”

6-04:4*, 11-04:4

Spencer, Anne

5-98:4

Spencer, Lord

6-05:8

Spermacetti Press

4-02:5

Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies

5-95:4

Speyer, James

2-03:5

Spieler, Marc

1-99:4

The Spinning Wheel

4-98:3

The Spirit of St. Louis

7-97:1

"Spirited Away"

1-94:4

Spitzmueller, Pamela

6-95:4

“Splinters”

12-01:11*

Spofford, Ainsworth Rand

6-94:3

Spofford, Richardson L.

1-98:7, 10-02:7, 5-03:7

Spoor, John Alden

11-94:5, 4-99:1, 9-99:6, 3-05:3

"Sports and Pastimes for In-door and Out"

1-96:3

Springer, Lloyd S.

5-02:7

Spy

12-00:6

squirrel

8-99:6*

STA-see Society of Typographic Arts

"STA and the Caxton Club Experience: Heady Time in Final Years of Letterpress" by Bruce Beck

5-97:1

Stam, David

6-94:6

stamps

6-00:4*, 9-00:4

Standard, Paul

3-01:7, 10-01:7, 2-03:4

Standard Club

7-01:6

Standish, Craig Peter

1-97:1

Stanford University

9-97:6, 6-99:5, 7-00:6

Stanley, Eliot A.

8-94:5, 2-95:4, 3-98:6 (as Earl), 4-98:4,8, 1-00:6

Stanley Public Library

7-03:4

Stanlis, Eleanor

2-01:5

Stanlis, Peter J.

3-94:4, 9-94:6, 10-94:6, 3-96:1,3,6*, 2-97:6, 6-97:1*, 9-97:7*, 1-98:7, 5-99:6,8, 8-99:7, 11-99:7, 2-00:7, 7-00:6, 10-00:7, 1-01:2,3-4, 2-01:5, 4-01:8, 6-01:7, 8-01:7, 10-01:1,6, 1-02:1*, 12-02:3*, 3-03:2, 5-03:4,7, 9-03:15, 11-03:7

Stanlis, Peter J.

"Caxtonian Peter Stanlis Recalls Friendship with Frost" 3-96:3

"Caxtonian Stanlis Recalls Carlos Baker" 6-97:1

"Caxtonian's Address Defined Poetry" 3-96:6

“Reflections on…’The Black Cottage’” 1-02:1,3,6

"Reminiscence of Frost" 1-01:3-4

Stannard, Jane

6-04:3

Stannard, Rob

6-04:3

Stapleton, Jack

4-00:7

Staples, Sam

4-05:6

Starkey, David

10-03:8, 11-03:8

Starr, Martin

12-95:4, 12-03:11, 11-04:16

Starrett, Charles V.E.

See Starrett, Vincent

Starrett, Ray

5-01:7

Starrett, Vincent

10-93:2, 4-00:7, 10-00:4, 5-01:6-7, 3-02:5, 6-04:4, 1-05:9,10

-gravestone

5-01:6

Starrett, Vincent

"Sonnet 221B" 3-97:7

Stashower, Dan

5-01:8

“Stasny Domov”

7-02:1

"The State of the Club: 1994" by Robert Cotner

7-94:4

states’ rights

10-02:4

station wagons

10-97:5

Stedman, E.C.

9-03:11

Steele, Frederick Dorr

4-00:7

Steele, Rufus

9-94:4

Stehler, Jeff

9-96:3

Steichen, Edward

9-02:9

Stein, Gertrude

8-01:4

Steinberg, Allan

5-03:7, 7-04:5

“Der Steinerne Gast”

5-05:7

Steinway Hall

10-98:5

Stendhal

10-99:2

Stennhauser, Robert

5-97:5

Steppenwolf

9-03:14

Sterling, Kenyon

5-96:3

Stern, Alfred W.

2-94:3

Stern, Harry

7-94:1*, 6-00:8, 7-04:5, 6-05:9*

-Ltd.

5-03:7

Stern, Madeleine

10-01:4

Sterner, Albert E.

5-98:5

Steudenmann, Aspen

4-98:2. 8-00:2,3*, 11-02:2

Steudenmann, David

8-00:2,3*, 11-02:2

Steudenmann, Drake

4-98:2, 6-00:2, 8-00:2,3*, 4-01:2, 11-02:2, 5-04:2

Steudenmann, Erin

7-95:2, 6-00:2, 8-00:2,3*, 11-02:2, 5-04:2*

Steudenmann, Willow

4-98:2, 8-00:2,3*

Stevens, Bradley

9-97:7*

Stevens, Dan

5-04:5

Stevens, Harry

2-00:1, 6-05:8

Stevens, Wallace

3-99:5, 11-05:2,12

Stewart, Columba

11-01:8

Stieber, Michael

4-98:3, 8-02:5

Stieber, Nancy Hart

8-02:5

Stonehour, Christopher

5-05:12

Stinehour, Stephen

1-00:7, 8-02:5,7

Stonehour Press

3-05:6

Stobbs Press

7-04:7

Stoffel, Lester

7-96:4

Stone, Herbert S.

11-93:3, 1-95:5, 7-98:7, 12-99:1

Stone, Nancy

9-96:4

Stone, Vernon

12-00:1

Stone & Kimball

10-95:3, 5-98:5,7(logo), 12-99:1

“The Stone Guest”

5-05:6

Stone House Museum

12-02:2,3*

Stone Wall Press

3-94:1

stonecrop

8-01:6

“Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening”, by Robert Frost

12-02:3* (ms.)

“Stories of the Street and Town”

1-05:11

Stott, Samuel

10-02:7, 5-04:7

Strahov Monastery

10-96:1*

Straits of Magellan

12-99:3*

“The Strange Fate of Arthur Rimbaud, Boy Poet” by Pierre Ferrand

1-02:4-6

Stratford Festival

7-01:2-3, 4-03:3

Stratton-Porter, Gene

12-96:1*,2,3,4,5

Strauss, Juliet V.

7-97:4

-Memorial

7-97:4*

"Street Named in Aurora for V.L.Parrington"

9-95:5

"Street Scene"

12-00:2

Strnad, Paul

9-02:9

Strovovsken Dirndle

10-96:1,6

Strozzi, Ercole

10-05:4

Strozzi, Tito

10-05:4

Strum, Ione Thornton

3-99:1, 1-00:7, 7-04:5

Strum, Ione Thornton

"A Writer's Memory" 3-99:4

letter 4-02:4,6

Stuart, Jesse

11-99:2,3*,5*

Stuart, Jesse

"Hold April" 11-99:3

“Sonnet 5” 7-04:1

letter 11-99:3

Stuart, Naomi

11-99:3*

Stuck, Hudson

1-03:6

Studs Terkel Humanitarian Service Award

12-99:7

Stuckel, James J.

7-03:8*

Stutz firetruck

10-97:7

Sullivan, David

9-93:3

Sullivan, Louis

10-98:5, 2-03:2,3

Sullivan, Michael

10-02:8

Sullivan, Peggy

9-95:4, 10-95:3, 11-95:6, 12-95:6, 5-97:6, 12-97:6,8, 1-98:7, 7-98:3, 7-99:7, 6-00:7, 12-00:7,8, 5-01:7, 8-01:7, 9-01:7, 10-01:8, 2-02:4, 8-02:7,8, 10-02:8, 2-03:7, 5-03:7,8, 6-03:7, 10-03:3, 5-04:7, 1-05:7, 7-05:1

Sullivan, Peggy

"Dinner Programs", p. 8, 9-01 to present

"Lindbergh First Editions" 7-97:6

"Lindberghs Remembered" 7-97:1,5

see also obituaries

Sullivan, Robert

6-00:8, 8-01:5*

Sullivan, “Tim”

7-03:4

Sulu, Captain

3-02:5

Sulzbach-Mannheim-Munich Bible

11-01:7

"Summer Workshop"

6-94:6

Summers, Jill

2-03:7, 3-03:5, 9-03:16, 11-03:6, 12-03:12, 1-04:8, 3-04:6, 4-04:1*,6, 7-04:5

Sunday, Billy

8-02:2,8*

"Sunday Morning"

3-99:5

“Supplement au Voyages de Bougainville”

10-05:10

Supreme Court

10-02:1,2,4

surgery, hand

3-05:7

“Surplus Value Books #13”

1-05:6*

Surtz, Edward

4-94:l

“Survival in Auschwitz”

8-03:4

Sussman, Vic

4-95:8

Sutter, Sem C.

6-94:4, 7-94:1, 5-96:3, 11-01:7, 9-03:2

Sutter, Sem C.

“Ludwig Rosenberger Collection” 8-03:3,5

"Sutter Curates Exhibit" by Robert Cotner

6-94:4

Suzuki, D.T.

12-00:4

Sveinsson, John

1-99:6

“Sveriges alder liturgiska literatae”

3-05:2*

Swallow, Alan

5-99:5, 2-02:7, 5-04:8

Swallow Press

5-99:5, 2-02:7, 1-04:7, 5-04:8

Swanson, Patricia K.

9-93:3

Swanstrom, Thomas E.

6-00:8, 8-02:7, 5-03:7, 5-04:7, 7-04:5

Sward, Marilyn

5-95:5, 2-97:6, 5-97:5, 12-99:7, 5-03:7, 7-04:5, 11-04:16, 12-04:8, 1-05:12, 6-05:7*

Sward, Steve

5-03:7

Swedish Academy

4-01:6, 11-02:1, 3-04:4

Swedish Prize for Children’s Literature

5-03:1

Swift, Jonathon

1-94:1

"Swift Is Subject of October Meeting"

10-96:4

"A Swift Kick-Off For the New Year" by Tom Joyce

1-94:1

Swiss Guard

4-05:11

Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 25

7-00:4

Szathmary, Louis II

8-95:6, 5-96:3, 12-96:4, 4-97:3, 8-97:4, 10-01:8, 12-01:8, 7-03:7, 6-05:12

Szathmary, Magda

12-96:4

Szathmary, Sada

12-96:4

T

"The Tablet"

6-96:4

Taft, Lorado

2-95:5, 4-95:5

Tague, Bill

4-96:5

Tahiti

10-05:10

Taize

12-01:6

Talbot, Earl

6-95:1, 1-98:4

Talbot, Lydia

1-00:7, 10-02:7

the Talented Tenth

2-96:3

"Tales"

1-94:3*, 6-04:12

“Tales of a Wayside Inn”

11-04:12*

"Tales of Edgar Allan Poe"

8-99:7

“Tales of the Folio Club”

6-04:7

“Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque”

6-04:10-11*

Taliesin West

11-96:3

“Talking With Audrey” by Robert McCamant

2-05:3-5

Tallman House

3-97:8

Tamagrour

6-99:1,4

"Tamar and Other Poems"

3-00:1

Tamarind Studio

6-95:3-4

“Tamerlane and Other Poems”

6-04:3-4

“Tan Largo me lo Finis”

5-05:8

Tanner, Eileen

1-04:6

Tanner, Ellen (Pepper)

1-04:7

Tanner, Meredith Ann

1-04:6

Tanner, Susan

1-04:7

Tanner, Terry

12-95:4, 7-97:3, 4-02:4, 5-03:7, 1-04:6-7, 10-04:1*-3

Tanner, Terry

see bibliographies

Tanner, Wesley

12-93:4, 1-94:6, 2-94:4

Tanselle, G. Thomas

5-03:7

"Tao Te Ching"

12-00:4-5

Taper, Louise

5-96:3

Tapp, Mara

10-00:5

Targ, William

3-95:4, 1-04:7

Targett, Bob

8-97:4

Tarzan

12-99:1*

“Tarzan at the Earth’s Core”

12-04:3*

“Tarzan of the Apes”

12-04:1

Tasfar family

8-00:5

“Taxonomy of Educational Objectives”

6-02:2

Taylor, Bayard

8-96:2

Taylor, Bert Leston

12-01:11

Taylor, Edward

7-96:3-4

Taylor, Mary

7-05:8

Taylor, Merrily E.

3-01:7

Taylor, Saundra

8-05:8, 9-05:8, 10-05:12

Taylor, W. Thomas

10-96:3

Taylor's Company Battery B First Illinois Light Artillery

4-95:1

Taymor, Julie

10-00:6

Teague, Tom

3-96:8

“The Teammates”

5-04:2,3

technology

5-03:4

Teipel, Alex

2-95:3

Teipel, Julie

2-95:3

Teitan Press

12-03:11, 11-04:16

Teka-Wilke, Ekkehard

4-95:4

telescope

2-00:6*

television

8-96:1, 7-97:2

“Temora”

2-05:7,9

Templar, Simon

3-02:4

Temple Sholom

9-98:4*

“Temptations” by David Meyer

6-05:1-4,10

"Ten Times Tao Te Ching: Collecting a Tao Classic" by Pierre Ferrand

12-00:4-5

Tennyson, Alfred

1-95:6, 1-03:2

Tenorio, Don Juan

5-05:3

Tenterden Council, Kent

7-04:6

“Tercentenary Noted”

6-03:7

TerHorst, Paul

10-97:4

Terkel, Studs

5-95:2, 12-97:1*,5, 5-00:2

Ternan, Ellen

8-00:4-5

“Terra Incognita”

9-02:4*

Terras, Donald J.

5-97:6, 6-97:6, 10-02:7, 5-03:6

La Terraza

8-98:6

Terry, Michael

8-95:4

Tessier, Guillaume Ferdinand

6-05:8

Tet Offensive of 1968

6-05:3

Tevatron Accelerator

12-01:3

Texas Dominoes

9-02:11

Texas School Book Depository

11-97:2

Thackeray, William M.

12-94:4

Thackery, David T.

9-98:6

Thatcher, Margaret

11-05:15

Thayer, Sylvanus

6-04:5

theatre, Elizabethan

4-03:4

Theophrastus

6-03:1,4, 11-03:1

“There Is But One Child” by Robert Cotner

3-02:3, 8-04:3

"There's More to Doyle Than Holmes" by C. Fred Kittle

3-97:1,7

Theriot, Dennis

5-99:3

Theriot, Lee

5-99:3

thinker-tinkers

8-97:2

thinking

see thought

Third Reich

1-03:8

"Thirties and Books, or, How I Became a Field Marshal at Seven Years of Age, and Later Found Atonement for Sins Visited Upon Young Officers" by K.H.Paterson

11-94:4

“This About Those Tears on His Rock Face” by Laurel Church

7-02:7

"This Side of Paradise"

8-01:1

Thisbe

8-05:4-6,8

Thistle Bindery

9-02:4,9-10

Thodos, Diane

2-05:4

Thom, Alexander

10-03:2

Thomas, Alan

6-05:10

Thomas, Benjamin P.

2-04:3

Thomas, Calvin F.S.

6-04:3

Thomas, Clarence

10-02:4

Thomas, Danny

1-00:3

Thomas, Donna

12-96:6, 1-97:6

Thomas, Edward

7-01:2, 11-05:10-11,12-13

Thomas, Helen

11-05:13

Thomas, Ian

8-03:4-5

Thomas, James C.

12-01:4,9

Thomas, Jeffrey

1-98:6, 2-98:6

Thomas, Jo

9-01:7

Thomas, Peter

12-96:6, 1-97:6

Thomas, Samuel W.

12-01:9

Thomas, Theodore

8-05:2

"Thomas Go Bragh"

5-95:4

"Thomas Wolfe Review"

9-00:5*

"Thomas Wolfe Society: Keeper of the Heritage"

9-00:5

Thompson, Carole

8-01:7, 12-02:3*

Thompson, Emma

6-03:6

Thompson, George

8-98:8

Thompson, George Everet

10-98:4

Thompson, James Westfall

3-95:5

Thompson, Joanna

3-99:4

Thompson, Larry

3-94:1,4, 4-94:4, 10-95:1, 1-96:4

Thompson, Lawrance

7-00:4, 10-01:3, 9-03:15

Thompson, Lawrance

letter 3-96:5

Thompson, Michael

5-01:8, 11-01:8, 4-02:7, 8-02:4,7,8, 10-02:7,8, 1-03:8, 5-03:7, 6-03:7, 10-03:1*, 3-04:6,8, 4-04:7,8, 5-04:8, 7-04:5, 8-04:7, 9-04:8*-9, 3-05:1,4-5, 4-05:13, 6-05:5*,9, 9-05:3

Thompson, Michael

“Caxtonians to see ‘Empire of the Sultans’” 1-02:7

“A Message” 10-03:1,7, 9-04:2, 12-04:2

“The World Encompassed in Milwaukee” 1-03:1,4-6

Thompson, Richard A.

4-98:3

Thomson, James

4-01:1

Thonet bentwood furniture

12-01:9

Thoreau, Cynthia Dunbar

4-05:1

Thoreau, Henry David

1-94:2,3, 4-98:2,4, 7-98:2, 8-99:2-4, 1-00:2, 11-00:2, 9-03:8, 12-03:6,8, 7-04:2, 3-05:1*-10

-burial site

8-99:2

-Journals

4-05:8*, 10

Thoreau, John (father of Henry D.)

4-05:1

Thoreau, John (brother of henry D.)

4-05:2,3

Thornton, R.V.

4-97:2

Thornton, Roy

11-05:2

Thorpe, Clarence DeWitt

1-01:3

"Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbor's Books, But Thou Shalt Be Generous To Thy Neighbor" by Gene Hotchkiss

6-99:5

thought

2-02:2,3

thoughtlessness

2-02:3

"A Thought on Books" by Winston S. Churchill

10-96:5

"1001 Afternoons in Chicago"

5-99:1*

Thrale, Henry

9-04:5

Thrale, Hester (Mrs.)

12-00:8, 9-04:5-7

Thrale, Queeny

9-04:6

“Three Books of Song”

11-04:12,13

“Three Flat: An Audio Novella”

1-04:8

“Three Incestuous Sisters”

2-05:4

“The Three Nice Mice Brothers”

7-04:6-7

"Three Views of a Fringed Gentian"

4-98:4

"Through a Photographer's Wife's Eyes" by Florence Shay

5-00:5

"Thunderhead"

12-96:4

Thurber, James

9-99:7

Tibbits, Paul

7-01:2

Tichborne, Roger Charles Doughty

12-00:6-7, 1-01:8

Ticknor, George

7-00:7, 11-04:5

Ticknor & Fields

4-05:6,7,8,9,10

“Tierra Nostra”

5-05:7

Tietjen, Eunice

7-99:7

-Collection

4-01:4

Tiffany (typeface)

1-00:4

"Tillers of the Cultural Soil"

12-95:4

Tilley, Morris

1-01:1,4

Tillich, Paul

10-03:3

Tilly, William

11-03:1

time

4-00:1,6, 4-03:6

“The Time Traveler’s Wife”

2-05:3-5*,12

Times (typeface)

1-00:5

Timmel, Gloria Damon

9-93:4, 10-93:4, 11-93:1,4

Timmel, Gloria Damon

letter 2-94:4

Tiptree, James Jr.

12-99:7

Titian

10-05:4,5

"Titus Andronicus"

10-00:6

“To a Moth Seen in Winter”

11-05:4

“To E.T.”

11-05:12

“To Helen”

6-04:6

"To See the World in a Grain of Sand" by Robert Cotner

6-97:3

"To Teach, To Love"

11-99:5*

"To the Ends of the Earth", by Robert W. Karrow

2-01:3

Tobin, A.I.

8-94:1, 8-97:1,5

Todd School for Boys

3-99:3

“The Token: A Christmas and New Year’s Present”

11-04:4

Tollenaar, Mme.

11-01:3

Tomanula, Steve

9-02:11

Tomashefsky, Steve

8-03:7, 9-03:16, 5-04:7,8, 7-04:5, 2-05:12, 3-05:8, 4-05:16

Tomes, James

8-95:4, 6-98:7, 3-00:8, 5-00:2, 6-00:7, 9-00:7, 4-01:7, 5-01:7, 7-01:5,7, 8-01:4*,7,8, 11-01:7, 12-01:15, 2-02:4*, 6-02:7, 8-02:4,5*,8, 10-02:7,8, 5-03:7, 7-03:6*,8*, 10-03:1,3, 5-04:7, 7-04:5, 9-05:2

Tomes, Jim

"Caxton Club President Outlines Visions" 9-01:7

“Council Minutes” 5-02:8

“Council Notes” 6-02:7

“Council Report” 4-02:7

"Dinner Programs", 9-00 to 6-01

"FABS Tour" 7-01:5,7

"Highlights of the September Council Meeting" 10-01:8

“President’s Report” 8-02:7-8

“Revels 2001” 2-02:4

“Year 2002” 2-03:7

Tomes, Josie

7-01:5, 8-01:7*, 8-02:4-5, 5-03:7

Toomer, Jean

4-98:5

Top Notch Bar & Restaurant

6-95:3-4

Topham, Sara

7-01:2-3*

Tor House

3-00:2,3*

“Torre del Mancha, Siena City Hall”, by Truman Metzel

12-03:12

Torrence, Ridgley

3-96:1

"The Torrents of Spring"

7-96:4*

Torshavn

11-98:3-4

tortoise

1-04:4*

Totentanz

6-05:12, 9-05:8

Towner, Lawrence W.

9-94:5, 3-95:5, 6-95:4, 3-00:4*-5

"The Townsman"

4-01:4

Trachtenberg, Alan

10-95:2

Trachtenberg, Alan

2-96:3

"Traite Curieux et Recreatif"

8-01:6

Trajan (typeface)

1-00:4-5

Tramper, John

4-03:1

Transcendental Club

12-03:6

Transcendental Club

letter 5-96:2

transcendentalism

12-03:5-6, 4-05:2,7,8

translation

2-03:6, 4-03:7, 10-03:4

Traubel, Horace

9-03:11

Travis, Dempsey J.

7-98:8, 1-99:4,6,8, 7-99:6, 9-00:7, 10-00:5, 12-00:7, 3-02:7, 12-02:11, 5-03:7

Travis, Dempsey J.

"The Langston Hughes I Can't Forget" 12-00:1,3

Trechsel, Johann

2-97:5

Tree Whispers

1-05:12

trees

4-98:7*

“La Tregua”

8-03:7

Trembath, James

10-04:ll

"La Treselegante Delicieuse Melliflue et Tresplaisante Hystorie du Tresuable, Victorieux et Excellentissime Roy Perceforest"

1-99:6*

“The Trial By Existence” by Robert Frost

11-05:3

Tribolet, Harold W.

10-93:3, 6-95:4, 5-97:1, 4-98:4, 7-98:6, 3-01:3, 12-02:6

Tribolet, Mildred

10-93:3

"Tribune Article Memorializes the late Quaker Teacher Dr.Trueblood". ,by Andrew Bagnato

12-95:3

"A Tribute to Jesse Stuart, American Chronicler of Eastern Appalachia" by Robert Cotner

11-99:5

“A Tribute to Leonard Freedman”, by Ed Quattrocchi

5-04:4-5

“Tribute to Theodore Parker”

12-03:10*

“Tribute to Walter Scott”

12-03:10*

“The Trickster of Seville and the Stone Guest”

9-05:3-4*,5*

Trilling, Lionel

8-94:2

Tristan

1-99:1

Tritch, Royal W.

6-03:2

“Trois Fontaines Press”

9-02:6

"The Trojan Inscription in Rome"

7-98:6

Troubadour (bookseller)

9-02:4

Trovillion, Hal

5-01:7

Trovillion, Violet

5-01:7

Trovillion Private Press

5-01:7

“True to Life”

1-05:6*

Trueblood, David Elton

12-95:2,3*, 1-03:2, 2-04:5, 8-04:7

Truesdale, Judy

1-96:4

Truman, Bess

11-97:1

Truman, Harry S

11-97:1*,6*,7, 12-01:13*

Truman, Margaret

11-97:6

“Truth” (Longfellow)

11-04:4

truth and beauty

6-98:2

Trutter, John T.

6-97:1

Tsai Chih Chung

12-00:4,5

Tsingtau University

10-01:7

Tubman, William

--funeral

8-04:3*

Tucker, Ellen

See Emerson, Ellen Tucker

Tucker, Louisa

8-94:2, 10-94:5, 11-01:3*

Tucker, Stevens Parrington

8-94:2, 9-95:5*, 11-01:3*

Tuckerman, Frederick

3-99:5, 5-99:5

“A Tuft of Flowers”

11-05:9

tulips, black

12-03:4

Tull, Clyde C. “Toppy”

6-05:1-2

Tull, Jewel

6-05:2

Turkey Run State Park

7-97:2,4

Turner, Frederick

10-97:2, 5-01:1,4,5

Turner, Frederick

"At Home in the Pyramid" 10-97:3

Turner, Frederick Jackson

9-03:5

Turner, William

6-03:1,4

Turow, Scott

1-00:8

Turtle Press

9-93:1, 11-93:1, 9-95:3, 2-97:4, 5-97:4, 10-98:4,7, 12-01:15

turtles, loggerhead

11-02:2

Tuscan (type)

6-02:4

Tutkus, Kathryn R.J.

5-04:7

Tutkus, Kathryn R.J.

“Caxtonians Collect: Charles Miner” 1-05:9,11

“Caxtonians Collect: Ely Liebow” 2-05:11

“Caxtonians Collect: Helen Sclair” 4-05:15

“Caxtonians Collect: Janis and John Notz” 10-05:11

“Caxtonians Collect: Sherman Beverly” 6-05:11

“Caxtonians Collect: Susan Levy” 8-05:7

“Newberry Exhibit” 10-04:10-11

see also obituaries

Twain, Mark

8-95:1, 3-01:3,5, 9-01:8, 1-04:2, 8-05:3

Tweed, William M.

11-97:3

"The 12 Days After Christmas: Negro Folklore"

1-94:4

“21st: The Journal of Contemporary Photography”

1-05:5

27 Chicago Designers

7-98:4

“Twice-Told Tales”

6-04:10

“Twilight”

11-05:2-3

Twinrocker Mill

6-95:3-4(logo)

"Two Books With Cherished Attachments: A Collector Remembers" by David Meyer

1-96:3

"Two Caxtonians Join Ranks of Honorary Members" by Hayward Blake

9-93:1

"Two French Intellectuals Remembered" by Pierre Ferrand

6-01:1,4,5

"Two Lucky Book Finds at Marshall Field's Old Bookshop in Chicago"

by David Meyer

7-97:3

Two Rivers Historical Society

6-02:4

"2001: A Space Odyssey"

12-98:6*

“2002 Nominating Committee Named”

6-02:7

"Two Years Before the Mast"

1-94:3*, 8-99:1

Tyler, Dorothy C.

1-01:3

Tympan

9-01:5

type, wood

6-02:4-5

Type Workshop

5-97:1

-chairs

5-97:5

typecasters

9-02:5-6

typefaces

4-96:4, 7-98:4-5, 10-98:1,6,7, 1-00:3-4, 4-00:7, 3-01:1,3,7, 7-02:3

see also American Uncial, Baskerville, Centaur, Cromwell Tympan, Diogenes, Dolphin, Emerson, Eusebius, Garamond, Hunt Roman, Jensen, Ludlow Eusebius, Monotype Bembo, Optima, Ovidus, Perpetua, Regulus, Renaissance Roman, Roman, Tiffany, Times, Trajan, Tuscan, Tympan

“Types of Pan”

12-01:10*

typesetters

6-02:3

Typocrafters

10-04:7

“Typographia”

6-05:9-10

typography

7-98:1,6, 3-01:3

U

UCLA

10-03:3

"UIC Design Archive is Major Repository Honoring Caxtonian Middleton" by Gretchen Lagana

7-98:4

"UIC Professor Sloan to Speak on Jerzy Kosinski at June Dinner Meeting" by Susan Rossen

6-96:5

“Ulalume”

6-04:13

"Ulysses"

6-98:1,7

"Ulysses in Nighttown"

6-98:8

Under the Gingko Tree

4-97:4

“The Underdogs”

8-04:4-5

Underwood, Muriel

9-93:3, 11-94:1, 1-95:6, 5-95:5, 2-97:6, 5-97:1*,5, 7-98:6, 12-01:14,15, 5-03:7, 3-04:6, 7-04:5, 12-04:7, 4-05:13, 6-05:10*, 9-05:5,6

Underwood, Muriel

"For the Love of Letterpress" 5-97:1,5

see also book reviews

Union League Club

4-95:1, 4-97:5, 9-97:7, 11-97:5, 2-01:5, 8-02:4

Union League Club (NY)

4-02:5-6

Union of Slovenian Journalists

7-02:1

United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing

See “Shakers”

United States

10-03:2

-as viewed by Somerset Maugham

9-97:2

-Foreign relations: South America

9-03:5

“United States Catalog”

9-04:10

U.S.Envelope Co.

7-04:7

“United States Literary Gazette”

11-04:2*

Unity Temple (Oak Park)

11-96:1,5*

"Universal Knowledge in the Year of the Caxton Club's Birth", by Dan Crawford

6-01:6

University Club (Pasadena, Cal.)

10-03:3

University Club of Chicago

8-94:4, 9-94:3-4, 11-94:6, 12-94:6, 1-95:5

University of California-Los Angeles

10-03:3

University of Chicago

6-94:4,6, 2-95:2, 5-95:1,4, 8-95:3, 2-96:5, 1-97:4, 2-97:3, 4-97:5, 5-97:4, 6-98:6, 2-00:6, 9-01:7, 10-01:5,8, 8-02:4, 11-02:7

-Library

9-99:7, 2-00:6, 8-03:3,5

-Library Society

11-01:5, 3-04:6

-Press

2-95:6, 1-03:3, 9-05:1,6

"University of Chicago Exhibition Features Galileo", by Alice Schreyer

2-00:6

University of Illinois at Chicago

5-95:1,4, 3-96:6, 7-98:4, 10-98:5, 6-99:7, 4-03:7

-at Urbana/Champaign

5-03:8, 8-03:7

University of Iowa Center for the Book

8-95:6

University of Leiden

6-03:4

University of Michigan

1-01:1,2,3, 10-01:1

University of Missouri Press

9-01:7

University of New Hampshire

1-01:2

University of Oklahoma

11-01:1

University of Padua

11-03:1

University of San Francisco

7-00:6

University of Texas

7-05:8

University of Texas-Austin

2-03:4

University of Virginia

6-94:6, 10-95:4, 3-96:4, 6-97:4, 5-99:7, 6-00:7

University of Western Ontario

3-94:2

University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

4-02:7, 1-03:1,4-6,7

“The Unknown Quantity”

11-02:3*

“Unlocking the Doors of Perception for a Good Cleaning”, by Laurel Church

4-04:3

Untermeyer, Jean Starr

11-02:6

Untermeyer, Louis

3-96:3

“Up Your Bid!” by Dan Crawford

2-02:5

Updike, Daniel B.

7-04:7

Updike, John

8-02:5, 5-03:1, 1-05:7,8, 10-05:11

Uretz, Vi Fogle

9-05:1,5

Urey, Harold C.

8-04:7

Uruguay

9-03:4-5,11

"USiana"

12-93:3, 6-02:6

Utah Beach

6-04:16

Utley, George B.

2-00:1

"Utopia"

5-94:1, 2-97:3, 11-03:4

V

“V.L.Parrington: He Changed the Way Americans Looked at the World” by

Robert Cotner

11-01:1,6

"Vachel Lindsay: Illinois Poet, American Troubadour", by Robert Cotner

7-99:1,3,4

Vaisey, David George

9-99:8, 11-99:6, 7-01:4

Valauskas, Edward J.

6-03:8, 10-03:8, 11-03:1,8

Valauskas, Edward J.

“Botanical Treasures in Glencoe” 6-03:1,4-5

Valdes, Caridad

8-98:5, 10-98:3

Valese, Alberto

10-99:7

Valicenti, Rick

7-94:5

“Vamireh”

5-04:1,6

van der Kropt, Peter

10-01:5

van der Rohe, Ludwig Mies

7-98:4, 2-03:5

Van Doren, Carl

10-99:3

Van Doren, Dorothy

9-03:15

Van Doren, Mark

9-03:15

Van Kampen, Kimberley

see Molinari, Kim

Van Linne, Carl

See Linnaeus, Carolus

Van Loo, Naomi

7-01:4-5

Van Norman, Clare

1-04:7

Van Pelt, Lisa

9-02:3

Van Riper, Mrs. Guernsey, Jr.

1-05:2

Van Sant, Gus

2-05:5

Van Stiver, J.B.

3-00:6

Van Vechten, Carl

2-98:5, 3-98:3, 9-01:6

Van Vliet, Clare

2-04:8, 3-04:8, 10-04:8, 1-05:6

Van Winkle, Rip

1-98:1*

Vanderbilt, Kermit

11-01:6

Vancouver, George

1-03:4

Vanderpoel, John H. Art Association

4-95:4

Vandervoort, Peter

6-97:3

Vandoros, T.S.

6-00:8, 2-02:5, 3-03:5, 5-03:7

Vanguard Award

9-99:7

Vanguard Charitable Fund

5-03:7

"Vanity Fair"

12-00:6

"Varietes Historiques et Litteraires"

4-99:3

Vatican Apostolic Library

11-95:4, 4-05:11-12,14

Veatch, Bob

9-02:4*-5

Veatch, Lynne

9-02:4*-5

Veatch’s Arts of the Book

9-02:4-5

Veldener, Johann

5-96:7, 6-96:3

Venus of Willeford

5-04:1*

Venuto, Bartolomeo

10-05:5

“Verdans Gang”

3-03:6

Vergil

11-02:6

Verlaine, Paul

1-02:4-6

Verne, Jules

12-99:1, 12-04:4

verse (untitled) by Robert Cotner

7-94:4, 9-94:2

verse (untitled) by Robert Frost

10-01:6

"A Verse for Our Centennial" by Robert Cotner

2-95:3

Very, James

12-03:7, 4-05:1,2

"A Very Special Caxton Gathering: A Salute to All Friday Luncheons"

by Robert Cotner

7-98:3

"A Very Special Thanks to Exhibiting Institutions"

5-95:4

Vesalius, Andreas

6-05:12

“Victor Hugo’s Literary Achievement”, by Pierre Ferrand

3-03:4,7

"The Victory Monument"

10-99:4

Viereck, Edwina

10-99:5

Viereck, George

10-99:5

Viereck, George Sylvester

10-99:5-6

Viereck, Louis

10-99:5

Viereck, Peter

10-99:5

Vietnam War

6-05:3

-Memorial

3-01:1

Vilain, Jean-Francois

4-97:6

Villa, Pancho

8-04:4

Villa I Tatti

9-93:4

Villa Mauresque

9-97:4

"The Village Blacksmith"

10-95:4

Villon, Francois

1-01:1

"Vincent Starrett: A Chicago Man of Letters", by Robert Mangler

5-01:6

Vinn, Paolo

4-05:12

violence

4-04:2

“The Virginian”

9-03:5

"A Visit From St. Nicholas"

4-95:4

Visscher, C.J.

3-00:4,5

"A Visual Essay for Arbor Day" by Robert Cotner

4-98:7

Vitale, Sereno

12-99:5

Vitols, Jill

7-01:3

Vixen Press

12-01:14, 11-02:8, 4-05:14, 5-05:2

Vlacq, Adrian

8-01:6

"Voice Your Opinion"

4-94:3

“Voices of the Night”

11-04:7-8*

"La Voie Royale"

6-01:4,5*

Volck, Adalbert J.

11-97:4

Volk, Leonard W.

2-98:3

Volkert, Eric

6-97:1*

Volland, P.F. & Co.

10-93:4, 11-93:1, 7-95:4, 12-99:1

Voltaire

2-01:6

“Volume Marketing: Results of Auction #5”, by Dan Crawford

3-04:6

von Bluhme, Helga

3-03:6

von Kurowsky, Agnes

7-96:6

Von Pustau, Erna

4-01:4

Von Rhein, John

10-98:2

“A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean”

7-05:8*

Vree, Roger

1-94:6, 2-94:4, 9-94:6, 12-95:4

W

"W.A.Dwiggins and His Legacy"

6-94:6

W-Hollow

11-99:2,3*

Wade, Marion E., Center

3-94:1,3, 2-97:4, 4-98:6, 5-99:7, 2-00:7. 4-01:7, 9-02:10, 9-04:12

Wagener, Richard

5-05:12

Wagenknecht, Edward

11-04:14

Wagner, Betty Jane

5-04:8

Wagner, Durrett

2-02:7*, 1-04:7, 5-04:8

Wagner, Durrett

"The Lewis-Winters Chicago Connection Revisited" 5-99:5

Wagner, Richard

9-99:6

-music, not as bad as it sounds

8-05:2

-use of German source material

1-99:1

Wahlgreen, Francis

11-01:5

Wakeman, Stephen

11-04:8

"Walden"

1-94:3*, 7-98:3*, 8-99:1*,2,4*, 4-05:4*,5,8

Walden Pond

7-98:2, 8-99:2*,4*

Waldseemuller, Martin

6-04:16

Waley, Arthur

12-00:5

Walker, Alan

2-97:2,5*, 11-00:2

Walker, A'Leila

2-98:5

Walker, Dale

8-02:4

Walker, Emory

4-95:3

Walker, Jennone

10-96:1*

Walker, Speedy

2-95:1

Wall, David

8-02:5,7

Wallace, Earl D.

12-01:5

Waller, John

12-95:5

Walroad, Francis

8-95:1

Walser, Richard

9-00:5

Walsh, Frank

6-98:1,4

"Walt Whitman: From Brooklyn Editor to the World's Poet" by Robert Cotner

8-96:1,6

Waltham Street Press

10-01:8

-logo

10-01:5

Walton, Anthony

"Gwendolyn Brooks" (excerpt) 1-01:6

Wanamaker, Sam

10-99:6, 4-03:1,4,5*

Wandrei, Donald

12-98:1

Wang Anyi

10-03:5

war

8-03:2

Ward, Catharine

Letter 1-00:7

Ward, Irene

1-05:10

Ward, John Chapman

1-00:7

Ward, Leslie

12-00:6

Ward, Susan

11-05:2,4

Ward, William Hayes

11-05:2

Warde, Beatrice

5-97:5

Warner, David

12-02:8

Warner, Marina

3-01:6

Warner, Richard

3-96:7

Warnock, John

3-01:7

Warren, William B.

2-95:4

Warro, Edward A.

12-00:7

Warth, T.E., Esq., Automotive Books

10-97:3,6

Warwick Press

9-02:1,3

Washburn, Bradford

1-03:6

Washburn, Wilcomb

10-96:2

Washington, Booker T.

4-94:2

Washington, George

7-00:5, 10-02:1

"Washington Center to Show Rare Films"

2-96:4

"Washington Library Center Offers 'Kicks on Route 66'"

3-96:8

Washington Press

10-98:4

Washtenaw County Courthouse

1-01:2

Wasmuth Portfolios

10-98:5

"The Waste Land"

2-01:2

Watchorn Lincoln Memorial Association

10-03:3

Watenmaker, Sam

4-03:5*

“Water Birds”

1-05:10

watermarks

11-93:3

"Watermarks" by J.H.Slater

11-93:3

Waters, Elizabeth

7-01:6, 8-04:1

Waters, Ethel

5-98:4

Waters, Frank

1-04:7

Watson

6-05:9

Watson, John A.

4-02:5*-6

"Watt"

6-98:5

Watts, Isaac

7-02:4

Watts, Raymond

9-97:3, 4-98:3

Waubonsee Community College

11-95:5

"Wau-Bun"

12-93:3, 1-96:5, 6-97:2,5*, 4-99:7

Waukegan, Illinois

12-98:7

Way, W. Irving

11-93:3, 3-94:3, 7-94:5, 9-97:6*, 7-98:7

Wazeman, Fred

7-96:3

"WBEZ Radio Covers Caxton Commercial"

4-95:3

Weber, Charles

5-99:3

Weber, Francis

8-94:5

Weber, John

12-01:9

Wecker, Alvin

11-00:5

“A Week on the Concord and Merrimac Rivers”

4-05:2*,3*,5-6,9

Weese, Harry

4-98:3

Weimar

9-99:3

Weinberg, Arthur

3-98:4

Weinberg, Dan

9-98:7

Weinberg, Lila

3-98:4

Weinberg, Robert

11-96:5, 8-98:7

Weiner, George IV

7-01:5,7

Weiner, Jack

12-00:7, 6-01:8, 10-02:7, 4-03:8, 5-03:7

Weintraub, Jack

"Some Thoughts on Libraries and Librarians" 7-95:4

"Weird Tales"

12-99:1

Weirick, Bruce

2-04:6

Weisman, Martin

5-99:5, 5-04:8

Weiss, Jack

7-03:8*

Weissman, Stephen

9-04:7

Welcome House

4-01:4

"Well, Well, Welles: Look What We've Found", by Dan Crawford

3-99:3

Wellcome, Syrie

9-97:4

Welles, Orson

3-99:3

Wells, Amos

11-01:4*

Wells, Gabriel

8-00:6, 11-01:7, 3-05:4

Wells, H.G.

10-00:3, 12-04:4

Wells, Jim

10-93:4, 4-94:4, 12-94:2, 11-99:7, 1-00:6, 3-00:7, 3-01:1, 12-01:14, 3-02:7, 6-02:1, 5-03:7, 4-04:7, 7-04:5, 9-04:11. 9-05:4

Wells, Jim

see exhibition reviews, obituaries

Welty, Eudora

9-00:7

“Wendell Berry Nomination for the Nobel Prize in Literature”, by JoAnn Baumgartner

5-03:1,4-6

Wendorf, Richard

2-95:6, 3-95:6, 4-95:1

Wenhert, E.H.

4-96:1

Wentworth, John

10-98:4

Wentworth, Thomas

7-99:8

Wenzel, Rupert

1-94:5, 8-95:4, 7-98:8, 8-04:7

Werner, Arno

9-02:1,9

Werner, Eric

2-97:1, 1-98:7, 7-98:3

Wesley, Charles

7-02:5,7,8*

Wesley, John

7-02:8*

Wesmuth, Ernst

11-96:5

West, Anthony James

10-99:8, 8-04:6

Western, Hugh

12-02:7, 2-03:4

“Western Life in the Stirrups”

9-05:4*

Western Reserve Historical Society

12-01:4

Westminster Abbey

2-05:1

Weston, Brett

1-97:4

Weston, Edward

3-00:6

Wetherell, Elizabeth Hall

8-99:8, 10-02:7

Weygard, James Lamar

9-03:15

Weygold, James

7-03:6

Weygold, Joyce

7-03:6

"What Happens in Literature"

3-95:2

Whateley Antiquarian

9-02:4

Wheaton College

3-94:1,2, 5-95:4, 10-95:1, 1-96:4, 4-98:7, 5-99:7, 4-01:7, 9-02:10, 8-03:7, 9-04:12

see also "Marion A. Wade Center"

"Wheaton College Publishes Review"

4-01:7

Wheelwright, William Bond

9-01:5

Whelan, Michael

4-02:6

"When I Heard the Learned Astronomer", by Walt Whitman

12-99:3

“When the Bauhaus met the Shakers” by Susan Jackson Keig

12-01:4-5,9

"When the Sleeper Awakes"

10-00:3

Whipple, Edwin

8-96:2

“Whistle-Stopping With Adlai”

2-03:4

White, Bill

6-97:1

White, David C.

11=98:4

White, Elinor

See Frost, Elinor

White, Katharine B.

8-05:1

White, Pearl

9-01:6

White, R.Quincy

6-00:8, 5-03:7, 7-04:5

White, Thomas W.

6-04:7

White, Walter

4-01:1

White, Willard E.

2-95:3, 5-95:3, 6-95:1, 12-95:4

Whitehall, Harold E. "Fritz"

7-94:2,3*, 8-04:3*

Whitehall, Harold E.

"Anne Bolleyn (or Bullen)" 7-94:3

"William Longland (or Langland)" 7-94:3

Whitehill, Walter Muir

1-96:5

Whiteman, Bruce

10-03:3

Whiting, Daniel Powers

6-04:7

Whitman, Sarah Helen

6-04:1*

Whitman, Walt

8-96:1*,2,3*,5,6, 12-96:2, 1-97:3,5, 12-99:2,3, 3-00:1,6,7, 5-02:5, 7-03:2, 9-03:1,6*-11*, 11-03:6*, 4-04:4, 7-04:2,3*, 8-04:2, 4-05:9

-grave

12-99:3

Whitman, Walt

“O Captain, My Captain” 7-04:3

"When I Heard the Learned Astronaut" 12-99:3

Whitney, J.H.E.

10-02:1

Whitney Schenck, Marcia

1-05:7,8

Whitson, E. Max

8-00:7

Whittier, John Greenleaf

8-96:2, 9-03:7

Whittington Press

10-04:8

"Who's Who in Chicago and Vicinity"

6-01:6

"Who Was Caxton's Prime Mover in 1895?"by Frank J. Piehl

9-97:6

"Whoroscope"

6-98:5

“Why I Like the Harry Potter Stories”, by Elizabeth Murray

1-04:6

Wiche, Glen N.

10-93:4, 3-94:4, 4-94:4, 7-94:1, 1-95:8, 2-95:6, 3-95:1,6, 5-95:3, 6-95:1, 8-95:4, 9-95:5, 3-96:7, 2-97:4, 5-97:6, 2-98:8, 12-98:5, 1-99:6, 1-00:8, 2-01:5, 1-02:8, 6-03:7, 7-03:4*

Wiche, Glen N.

“A Bibliophile in the Antipodes” 7-03:4

"Book-Hunting in the Arctic: The Faroe Islands" 11-98:3-5

"Book-Hunting in the Arctic: Greenland Chapter" 12-98:3-5

"Book-Hunting in the Arctic: Iceland a Literate Culture" 1-99:3-6

"Chicago's Historic Fine Arts Building" 2-95:5

see also book reviews

Wiche, Susan Z.

3-96:7

Wicoff, Abraham

4-96:2

Wide Awake Garage

9-02:4

"The Wife of Martin Guerre"

3-99:2, 5-99:5*

-operatic version

3-99:4

Wild Carrot Letter Press

9-02:6,8

“The Wild Duck”

7-03:5

Wilde, Oscar

6-01:1

Wilder, Laura Ingalls

1-97:3

Wildflower Woods

12-96:2

Wilgus, D.K.

10-03:8

Wilkey, Virgil

3-98:2

Wilkie, David

2-99:5

will

2-02:2

Will, Howard

2-97:6, 3-97:8, 4-97:6

"William Caxton"

10-93:4, 12-93:3, 6-94:4, 9-04:8*-9, 3-05:1,3

"William Caxton, a Bookman, Commodity Trader, and Pioneer Printer" by Roy Vance Cheney

5-96:7

"William Caxton and the Two Ends of the Book Trade" by Roy Vance Cheney

4-96:1,4

"William Caxton, Club Patron, Began a Rich Tradition with Le Morte d'Arthur", by Pierre Ferrand

12-98:1,6

"William Caxton Culminated Work as Printer with Canterbury Tales"

by Roy Vance Cheney

6-96:3

"William Caxton's Canterbury Tales Sold"

7-99:8

"William Cullen Bryant: Lawyer, Poet, Edityor", by Robert Cotner

11-00:1,3

"William Jennings Bryan: 'Keeping the Faith' from Chicago to Eternity" by Richard M. Cornelius

3-98:5

"William K. Bixby, Roswell Field, and the Dofobs", by Frank J. Piehl

4-99:1,4

"William Langland (or Longland)" by Harold E. Whitehill

7-94:3

"William Shakespeare, Winston Churchill, William Caxton"

2-99:6

Williams, Miss

7-97:5

Williams, Albert

9-03:14

Williams, Albert

“Richard Christiansen Remembers” 9-03:14-15

Williams, Ben

8-02:7

Williams, Chauncey L.

9-97:6

Williams, Frank O.

9-93:3, 1-94:1, 7-94:1,4, 12-94:6, 1-95:2,6, 2-95:1,3*, 5-95:2, 6-95:1, 6-97:4, 9-97:3, 7-98:6, 8-00:4*,5, 2-01:7*

Williams, Gordon R.

11-96:4, 9-05:4

Williams, Harold

7-97:5

Williams, Jane

11-96:4

Williams, Jean

8-00:4-5

Williams, Oscar

9-03:15

Williams, Robert

9-93:3, 7-94:1, 4-95:3, 5-95:5, 12-95:4, 6-96:4, 20-96:6, 11-96:6, 1-98:8, 7-98:6,8, 10-99:7, 1-00:4, 6-00:7, 9-01:7, 6-02:7, 8-02:8, 10-02:6, 2-03:7, 5-03:7, 6-03:7, 12-03:11, 5-04:8, 6-04:16, 7-04:5, 3-05:6, 6-05:7, 9-05:6

Williams, Robert

“John M. Wing as Typesetter” 6-02:3


Williams, Roger

8-01:2-3*, 11-01:2,3

Williams, Ted

5-04:3

Williams, Tennessee

6-05:4,10

Williams, William (late of St. Johns)

8-03:6-7

Williams, William Carlos

10-97:7, 1-05:2

Williams, William Carlos

"The Great Figure" 10-97:7

Willoughby, Harold

10-03:7

Willoughby, Hugh

11-98:1

Wills, Garry

9-94:2, 5-97:2, 8-02:5, 5-03:1, 2-04:5, 1-05:7

Willson, Forceythe

9-03:11

Wilson, Adrian

5-05:12

Wilson, August

8-02:5, 5-03:1, 1-05:7,8

Wilson, Christopher

6-03:7

Wilson, Douglas

7-98:8

Wilson, Earl J.

"Frost Permeates American Linguistic Consciousness" 3-96:7

Wilson, Edmund

4-02:4

Wilson, Edmund A.

1-94:3, 8-99:1

Wilson, Francis

7-98:7

Wilson, Gahan

12-99:7

Wilson, H.W., Company

9-04:10

Wilson, Kate Ridler

11-96:4, 2-97:6, 3-97:8

Wilson, Katharina

6-03:7

Wilson, Richard

2-96:8, 3-96:8, 10-96:6, 11-96:4,6

Wilson, Richard Guy

2-03:4

Wilson, Robert

12-01:3

Wilson, Woodrow

3-98:5

Wilson Hall (Fermilab)

12-01:3

Wiman, Christopher

1-05:3

Wimar, Dwight Deere

12-00:2

Winchester, Simon

9-02:3

Winder, Roland

11-93:3

Windermere Series

1-04:5

Windfohr House

11-96:3

Windhover Press

3-94:1

Windle, John

1-98:6, 4-05:14, 5-05:8, 9-05:3

Windsor Castle

7-01:1

Wing, John M.

6-02:1*,3*,7,8, 10-02:6*

Wing, John M., Foundation Collection of the History of Printing

1-94:3, 8-95:5, 9-01:4

Winger, David

3-94:1

Winger, Howard W.

4-95:5

Winnie the Pooh

2-97:4

Winship, Michael

9-93:1*, 8-94:6, 5-99:7, 6-00:7

Winter, David

10-95:1, 1-96:4

Winter, Milo

1-04:4*-5

Winterich, John

11-94:5

Winters, Arthur Yvor

See Winters, Yvor

Winters, Daniel

3-99:4

Winters, Yvor

3-99:1*,3,4,5*,6,7*, 5-99:5, 6-99:5, 2-02:7

Winters, Yvor

"The Marriage" 3-99:7

"A Winters' Memory", by Ione Thornton Strum

3-99:4

Wisconsin in books

6-97:2

Wisdom, William B.

8-00:1,6

-Collection

8-00:6,8, 9-00:3,6

Wise, Catherine

7-01:4,5

Wise, Thomas J.

2-03:4-5

Wisniewski, Willian

7-98:3

Wister, Owen

9-03:5

"The Wizard of Oz"

12-94:4

Woiwode, Larry

5-03:6

Wolf, Edwin II

5-96:6

Wolf, Morris

5-96:6, 7-01:6

Wolfe, David

9-02:7

Wolfe, Thomas

8-00:1*,2,3,6,8, 9-00:2,3*,4*,5,6

-Society

9-00:5

Wolfe, Thomas

"Of Time and the River" (excerpt) 9-00:4

"Wolfe Collection: As Rich in Texture as the Artist's Writing", by Dennis C. Marnon

9-00:3,6

Wolsey, Cardinal

6-05:7

"The Woman in White"

2-99:1

"Woman Reading"

4-95:1*,4, 8-96:4

women

4-95:2

“Women Building Chicago”

3-02:8, 4-02:1*

Women's Club of Rockville

11-94:2

women's rights, Pearl Buck's opinion of

4-01:4

Wood, Gordon S.

10-96:2

Wood, grant

8-05:7

Wood, J.S.

9-97:6

Wood, Vida

4-98:2

“Wood Type is Old and Very Cool!” by Matthew Doherty

6-02:4-6

Woodruff, Franklin

9-01:5

Woods, Alfred L.

7-95:5

Woods, J.G.

8-97:6

Woodson, Carter G.

4-96:6, 2-98:1

Woodward, David

10-01:5, 1-03:3,7

Woodworth's Bookstore

11-00:4

Woolf, Leonard

4-02:1,4

Woolf, Virginia

1-00:6, 4-02:1,4

Wordie, James Mann

11-98:4

Wordie, Peter

11-98:4

words, spaces between

12-04:6

"Words and Pages"

9-93:1

"Words for a Song", by Janet Lewis

3-99:7

Wordsworth, William

12-01:1

"Works of Aristotle"

7-01:4, 10-05:2

“Works of the Late Edgar Allan Poe”

6-04:15*

“The World Encompassed in Milwaukee”, by Michael Thompson

1-03:1,4-6

"The World of Hibernia"

5-95:4

World Science Fiction Convention

12-99:6

Worldcon

12-99:6

World’s Columbian Exposition

7-02:1,6

"Worth Reading"

4-94:3

Worthington, Richard

9-03:9

"Wrapped in Color"

6-94:4

“Wreck of the Hesperus”

11-04:8

Wrenn, John H.

11-94:5, 1-95:5, 2-95:5, 1-96:5, 9-97:6, 4-99:1, 9-99:6, 2-03:4

Wright, Frank Lloyd

10-94:3, 2-95:5, 11-96:1,2,3,4,5, 10-98:5, 12-02:1,10, 6-05:1, 10-05:11

-Home and Studio

11-96:1

Wright, John Lloyd

11-96:1

Wright, Orville

2-94:1

Wright, Richard

12-00:1

Wright, Sharon

2-99:7

"Wright Programs Scheduled This Month in Oak Park"

11-96:5

Wrigley Field

5-04:2,3*,4-5

“Wrigley Field”, by Donald Lindstrom

5-04:3

writers

8-03:6-7

writing

10-03:4

-invention of

7-04:1

Wuthering Heights West

5-94:4

Wyatt, Thomas

6-04:9-10

“Wyatt’s Natural History”

6-04:9*-10*

Wyeth, Andrew

1-98:4

Wyeth, Carol Bocking

1-98:4

Wyeth, Carolyn

1-98:4

Wyeth, Henriette

1-98:4

Wyeth, N.C.

12-94:4, 1-98:1,4

Wyeth, N.C.II

1-98:4

Wylie, Elinor

10-99:3

Wyly, Mary

1-97:6

Wyman Garden Co.

7-04:7

Wyttenbach, Johann

6-05:8

XYZ

”Les Xipehuz”

5-04:6

"Ya Shoulda Bin There", by Dan Crawford

1-00:6

Yale University

12-97:2, 9-05:6

Yan, H.

letter 9-96:6

“A Yankee in Canada”

4-05:7,8

Yannella, Donald

8-95:4, 9-95:5*, 11-95:6, 12-95:5,6, 2-97:2, 6-98:8, 3-02:7*

"Yannella to Speak at Revels on 19th Century Editor"

12-95:5

“The Year 2002 Begins With a Rush and Ends With a Bang (Nary a Whimper Was Heard”, by Jim Tomes

2-03:7

"The Year of the Book in Chicago"

7-94:4, 1-95:2,3

“Years Ago: A Story About a Story” by Dan Crawford

11-01:4

Yeats, Grainne

3-03:7

Yeats, Michael B.

3-03:7

Yeats, William Butler

3-03:7, 11-05:10

Yela, Max

4-02:7, 1-03:1, 4-05:14, 5-05:8

Yerby, Frank

2-03:5, 6-05:11

Yiddish

2-05:ll

Yokouchi, Pundy

11-96:3

York (slave)

10-03:8

York, Michael

12-02:8

York, Phillip

8-95:4

Yosemite

5-01:4

“You Bid On Mine and I’ll Bid n Yours” by Dan Crawford

4-05:13

Young, Arthur P.

1-97:6, 10-02:7, 5-04:8

Young, Brigham

5-01:4

Young, Bruce

10-04:7, 11-04:15

Young, Eoin

10-97:3

Young, John R.

4-99:1

Young, Ken

11-04:15

Young, Susanmary

11-04:15

"Yours for the Asking"

1-94:5

Yu, Anthony C.

8-95:4

"Yvor Winters--Stanford's Formidable Intellect", by Ed Quattrocchi

3-99:1,5,6

Zagajewski, Adam

1-05:8

Zahn, Carl

3-01:7

Zahran, Mohsen

10-01:5

Zamorano Club

9-97:6, 8-02:5

Zane, John Maxcy

2-94:3

Zapata, Emiliano

8-04:4

Zapf, Hermann

9-95:1, 1-97:6, 7-98:l,5,6, 10-98:7, 2-00:7, 1-01:7, 3-01:1,3,7*, 4-03:7, 5-03:8, 7-03:8*

Zapf, Hermann

letters 9-95:3, 12-95:3, 10-01:7

Zapf von Hesse, Gudrun

7-98:1, 5-03:8, 7-03:8*

"Zapf Boasts Early Chicago Connections" by Bruce Beck

9-95:3

Zapfino Script (typeface)

3-01:7

Zarasova, Alena

7-02:6

Zaubel, Morton

7-99:8

Zeitlin, Jake

9-04:9

Zeitlin & Ver Brugge

9-04:9

Zeitz, Stephen

7-01:5

“Zenske Listy”

7-02:1

Zhao Zheng Kai

See Bei Dao

Zilkowski, Susan

4-95:4

Zimmerman, Herbert P.

4-98:4

Zimmerman, Marcus

See Emjayzee

Zimmerman, Mary

8-05:8

Zimmerman, Paul

10-97:3

Zimmerman, Thomas

4-97:5

Zinman, Michael

12-01:8, 4-02:8, 5-02:8

Zionism

9-03:5

Zirngiebel, John Denys

1-98:1

Zola, Emile

3-03:1

Zonne Bookbinding

10-95:4

Zorilla y Moral, Jose

5-05:6

Zundel, John

7-02:5

Zurcher, Suzette Morton

see Davidson, Suzette Morton Zurcher

Zweig, Stefan

11-94:4