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umd:55458
26) Xray (2001-2100)
Digital collection: In Transition: Selected poems by the Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven
The poem “Xray" was published in transition (October 1927: 134-135). There are ten extant versions (including...
umd:103256
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Sotheby's Catalog (pages 3, 4, 7, and 8) annotated by William Morris, William Morris Ephemera, Part V #22a, n...
Versioning Machine
28) Versioning Machine (2003-05-2007-03)
The Versioning Machine is a software tool designed to display and compare texts which exist in multiple versi...
umd:106910
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Advertising circular, list, by William Morris, Kelmscott Press, circa December 1892.
umd:106915
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Kelmscott Press invoice to South Kensington Museum for one copy of Shepheardes Calender, December 2, 1896.
umd:107229
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Letter from Sir Sydney Carlyle Cockerell (on behalf of Kelmscott Press) to Messrs. Leighton, requesting that ...
umd:107231
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Unnumbered Miscellany. Trial pull of Kelmscott Press woodcut initials with annotations, believed to be by Syd...
umd:107232
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Letter from H. Halliday Sparling, secretary of the Kelmscott Press, to J.E. Sadler, London, January 2, 1895.
umd:107235
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Kelmscott Press worksheet on "The Earthly Paradise," London, England, July 1, 1896.
umd:107238
Digital collection: United States Government Posters Collection
Poster with guidelines for National Archives one-act playwriting competition.
umd:107241
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Portrait of Helen Westleg by Djuna Barnes, circa 1923; pencil on paper. From "A Book."
umd:107243
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Portrait of man by Djuna Barnes, circa 1923, matted; pencil on paper. From "A Book."
umd:111326
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Self-caricature by Djuna Barnes, caption: "Djuna Barnes, author of A Book--self-caricature," circa 1923-1939.
umd:111330
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Djuna Barnes. "Naming the Rose- How to make so-called "unsafe" things, safe for the home," by Lydia Steptoe [...
umd:116856
Digital collection: United States Government Posters Collection
Poster for Library of Congress Quincentenary Exhibition, "1492: An Ongoing Voyage," August 13, 1992 through F...
umd:145954
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Letter from William Morris to Mr. Reeves, August 8, circa 1870-1896. Letter reads: "Dear Mr. Reeves[,] I have...
umd:145956
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Letter from William Morris to unknown, June 13, circa 1870-1896. Letter reads: "Dear sirs[,] I am very please...
umd:145959
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Note from William Morris to the Social Democratic Federation, providing instructions to admit its bearer to a...
umd:145961
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Letter from William Morris to unknown, November 24, 1885.
umd:145963
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Letter from William Morris to Mr. Carruthers, October 7, 189[?].
umd:145966
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Postcard from William Morris to Messrs J & J Leighton, June 17, 1890. Postmark date: June 17, 1890. Postcard ...
umd:149214
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Portrait of Katherine Anne Porter taken circa 1934-1935.
umd:163748
Digital collection: Digital Collections
"A HANDLIST of English Language Editions printed on the hand-press of the OFFICINA BODONI 1923-1975, With a S...
umd:166380
Digital collection: Digital Collections
I'm to be Queen of the Carrier Pigeons (Three Great Moments...) from Ryder (1928), pen and ink drawing, circa...
umd:166384
Digital collection: Digital Collections
In my own short life I recall what was thought of women wearing red (seated woman holding head up with hand o...