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Public Service in the Print Department will be suspended this summer in order to complete an inventory of the collection.
This voluminous collection complements and completes the Dwiggins collection.
Along with these works is her correspondence with the various printers, book designers and photographers.
in which Abigail Adams writes about the war-time economy, the changing attitudes of American women, and the importance of public service.
Other subjects include her management of the family farm, her husband’s absence, and her impressions of people such as General Burgoyne and events such as the siege of Newport. Collection (Rare Books & Manuscripts) Personal papers, monographs, and serials related to the career of magician Adams with a special focus on Harry Houdini.
American Actors and Actresses, 1860-1910 (Print Department) A collection of 1,200 cabinet photographs (6"1/4 x 4"1/4) and carte de visite photographs (4" x 2"1/2) of actors, actresses, and theatrical scenes.
Although the subjects are American, 24 of the 96 photographers represented in the collection are European.