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- Bookplates 43
- Correspondence 8
- Printed ephemera 8
- Bookplates, American 7
- Graphic arts 7
- Bookplates -- Specimens. 6
- Drama 6
- Graphic design (Typography) 6
- Scripts (documents) 6
- Sketches 6
- Bookplates, British 5
- Design 5
- Drawings (visual works) 5
- Theater programs 4
- Actors 3
- Commercial art -- United States -- 20th Century 3
- Letterpress printing 3
- Type specimens (documents) 3
- Wood-engraving 3
- Artists' proofs 2 ∧ less
- French 5
- German 4
- Japanese 2
- Spanish; Castilian 2
- Chinese 1
- Andrews, Irene Dwen, 1892- 8
- Yale School of Drama 8
- Helfand, Jessica 7
- Drenttel, William, 1953-2013 6
- Lowenhaupt, Warren Hiram, 1891-1967 3
- Yale Repertory Theatre 3
- Dwiggins, W. A. (William Addison), 1880-1956 2
- French, Edwin Davis, 1851-1906 2
- Nagler, A. M. (Alois Maria), 1907-1993 2
- Yale University. Drama Library 2
- Yale University. Dramatic Association 2
- 52nd Street Project 1
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1
- Andreini, Joseph Manuel, 1850-1932 1
- Andrews, William Loring, 1837-1920 1
- At the Sign of the Chorobates 1
- Baer, Carlyle S. (Carlyle Solomon) 1
- Baker, George Pierce, 1866-1935 1
- Barrett, William Phillips, 1861-1938 1
- Baskin, Leonard, 1922-2000 1 ∧ less
The collection consists of illustrated 19th century trade cards (small printed cards, bearing tradesmen’s advertisements and including an illustration); early 20th century advertising cards which were distributed by merchants or manufacturers to advertise or promote their business or product; and a small number of collecting cards.
This collection contains numerous bookplates commissioned by various members of the Diamond Family. J. Edouard “Jack” Diamond and Elizabeth Watson Diamond were avid bookplate collectors and the proprietors of Hyacinth Press, a small private press which they operated from their home in Cleveland, OH.
The collection consists of early American bookplates commissioned by both individuals and institutions, as well as correspondence and ephemeral materials related to the collection.
The collection consists of bookplates by Japanese artists, for Japanese patrons, or both. Individual and institutional patrons are represented.
The collection contains bookplates and other documentation related to the personal ex-libris designs of Irene Dwen Andrews Pace (1892-1962).
The collection contains examples of bookplates from various academic institutions. The collection also contains correspondence, related factual information cut out from catalogs or journals, and some handwritten notes by the collector.
The collection contains pamphlets, brochures, and other ephemera on individual artists published by museums, galleries, and other institutions throughout the world.
The collection contains just over 50 letters, typed and handwritten, between Carlyle S. Baer, secretary of the American Society of Bookplate Collectors and Designers, and Dr. Samuel X. Radbill, a bookplate collector.
The collection consists of programs, scripts, and memorabilia relating to folk, theatrical, and historical pageants collected by George Pierce Baker in the early part of the twentieth century. The collection includes a copy of the pageant George Pierce Baker authored for the American Society of Engineers.
The collection contains letters written by W. P. Barrett to bookplate collectors and designers R.W. Irwin and H. Harden.
The papers document Faber Birren's career as an authority on color, particularly during the years 1968-1989. They focus on his scholarship and his endowment of the Birren Collection.
This collection comprises illustrations salvaged from damaged bound volumes.
The collection consists of mostly eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British ex-libris.
The collection comprises mostly 18th- and 19th-century bookplates from a variety of British institutions, including libraries, social organizations, military organizations, schools and colleges as well as businesses.
This is a collection of mostly 18th- and 19th-century armorial bookplates from territories formerly known as the British West Indies or from individuals who were associated with those territories. Most of the bookplates belonged to private individuals, although the collection does contain a few institutional bookplates from various library, university, or social organizations.
This collection comprises mostly 19th- and early 20th-century Canadian bookplates.
The collection consists of both private and institutional bookplates from Denmark, bookplates by Danish artists, and ephemeral materials related to the collection.
The collection consists of historical examples of Dutch and Flemish bookplates commissioned by both private and institutional patrons.
The collection contains English bookplates, dating roughly from the mid-18th to the mid-20th century.
This is an artificial collection of individually donated bookplates received since 2010.