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Clothespin Fever Press records

 Collection
Identifier: Coll2013-092
Abstract

Photographs, event records, financial records, bankruptcy records, published books, catalogs, periodicals, postcards, clippings, correspondence, contracts, ephemera, book reviews, flyers, conference records, distribution records, and other administrative records of Clothespin Fever Press (CFP), 1981-2012. CFP was established in 1986 to publish "books that reflected the lesbian viewpoint, had literary and artistic merit and were written by a lesbian."

Dates: 1981 - 2012

Printers' ephemera

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 0135
Abstract

Miscellaneous publishers' announcements, small press keepsakes, and printing ephemera.

Dates: 0000

Sydney Stanley collection of pop-up book ephemera

 Collection
Identifier: 6140
Abstract

The Sydney Stanley collection of pop-up book ephemera consists of production and promotional materials for pop-up book production, as well as clippings, photographs, and related printed ephemera including pop-up Christmas cards, created and collected by pop-up book collector Sydney Stanley. Of particular note are the blads ("book, layout and design" pre-publication sales material) and the unique bulking or handmade dummies.

Dates: 1992-1998, undated

Patricia Nell Warren papers

 Collection
Identifier: Coll2013-071

J.E. Woodhead collection of Roycroft Press and Elbert Hubbard materials

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 0162
Abstract This small collection contains letters, essays, broadsides, clippings, and photographs, created by and for Elbert Hubbard, an American writer, publisher, and philosopher, and founder of the Arts and Crafts community of Roycroft. The materials were collected by J.E. Woodhead in the course of his book collecting activities. In addition to publications produced by Hubbard's Arts and Crafts community, Roycroft, and by the Roycrofters, it also contains letters from the Hubbards to the J.E....
Dates: 1896 - 1915