Shirley Glubok papers [part 2] 1962-1994.

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Shirley Glubok papers [part 2] 1962-1994.

For each title, the collection contains some combination of typescripts, galleys, dummies, page layouts, and blues. Books documented in this collection are mostly about art history and archaeology. The books are: The art of the North American Indian (1964); The art of the Northwest Coast Imdians (1975); The art of the old West (1971); The art of the Plains Indians (1975); The art of the southeastern Indians (1978); The art of the Southwest Indians (1971); The art of the Spanish in the United States and Puerto Rico (1972); The art of the Vikings (1978); The art of the Woodland Indians (1976); Digging in Assyria (1970); Discovering the royal tombs at Ur (1969); Discovering Tut-ankh-Amen's tomb (1968); Dolls, dolls, dolls (1975); Dolls' houses (1984); The fall of the Aztecs (1965); The fall of the Incas (1967); Home and child life in colonial days (1969); Knights in armor (1969); The mummy of Ramose (1976); Olympic Games in ancient Greece (1976); Painting (1994); and Voyaging to Cathay (1976).

19.6 cubic ft.

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Tamarin, Alfred H.

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Woolley, Leonard, 1880-1960

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Glubok, Shirley.

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Shirley Glubok Tamarin wrote a series of books for elementary school students on Indian art. For these books, she acquired photographs of relevant art objects from museums and cultural centers holding Native American collections. From the description of Photographs of Native American artifacts, 20th century. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 425299279 Children's literature author. From the description of Shirley Glubok papers [part 2] 1962-1994. (...

Díaz del Castillo, Bernal, 1496-1584

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Earle, Alice Morse, 1851-1911

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American writer, social historian and antiquarian. From the description of Alice Morse Earle letters [manuscript], 1895-1896 (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 174964715 Alice Morse Earle (1851-1911), nee Mary Alice Morse, author, antiquarian, and social historian, was born in Worcester, Mass., on 17 April 1851, the daughter of Edwin Morse (1815-1891) and Abigail Mason Clary Morse ( -1881). She was the sister of Frances Clary Morse ( -1933) and the ha...