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Austin Strong papers, 1890-1961

Series V: Printed Materials

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Subseries V.1: Various Printed Materials



Box 20 The Stevenson Library of E.J. Beinecke--Volumes 2, 4, 5, 6, 1952-1964, 4 Volumes

A catalogue compiled by G.L. McKay. Large 8 vo, blue oasis, g.t. New Haven, CT, 1952-1964. One of 500 copies.



Box 21 Printed Materials


Box 21 Miscellaneous Volumes


Box 21 Playbills and Programs


Subseries V.2: Printed Books Relating to Austin Strong and His Family


Box 21 Item 1 "Century Memorial 1942", 1943

12 mo, cloth, New York, 1943. Volume contains material spoken by Austin Strong. Volume designed by D.B. Updike at the Merrymount Press.


Box 21 Item 2 "Century Memorial 1943", 1944

12 mo, cloth, New York, 1944. Volume contains material spoken by Austin Strong. Volume designed by D.B. Updike at the Merrymount Press.


Box 21 Item 3 Field (Isobel). "This Life I've Loved", 1941

12 mo, cloth, New York, 1941. Autobiography of Austin Strong's mother.


Box 21 Item 4 (Field (Isobel)) Teuila. "R.L.S.", 1899

Small 12 mo, printed wrappers. n.p. Privately printed "Teuila" which was Mrs. Field's Samoan name.


Box 21 Item 5 Strong (Mary), editor. "Letters of the Scattered Brotherhood", 1948

12 mo, cloth, New York (1948), first edition. The editor's copy.