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The Tale of Benjamin Bunny, Beatrix Potter, New York: F. Warne & Co., c1904.


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Audubon Birds

Timeless illustrations from "Birds of America" by ornithologist, artist, and naturalist John James Audubon.

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Autographs of European Notables, 1422-1879

From the John Boyd Thacher Collection. Autographs by the Kings and Queens or other rulers of England, Germany, Spain, and Italy, including the Popes of Rome.


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A Digital Treasure Trove of Books


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The Book That Changed the World: The Gutenberg Bible

Biblia Latina, (The Gutenberg Bible). [Mainz, Printer of the 42-line Bible (Johann Gutenberg) between 1454 and 1455?, not after 1456

 

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Documents from the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention, 1774 to 1789

We the People...

277 documents relating to the work of Congress and the drafting and ratification of the Constitution.


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Incunabula; the Art & History of Printing in Western Europe, c. 1450-1500

 

The unique materials of the Rare Book and Special Collections Division, now totaling over 800,000 items, include books, broadsides, pamphlets, theater playbills, prints, posters, photographs, and medieval and Renaissance manuscripts. At the center is Thomas Jefferson's book collection, which was sold to Congress in 1815.
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