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15-3673: OHNET, GEORGES. - A Weird Gift.
19-8729: LES OISEAUX D'AUDUBON. - Birds from Audubon. Collection of colour copper engravings.
01-1300: OJEDA, L. - California Coast.
08-0329: OKADA, TAKEI AND YAMAMOTO. - Takuji Azechi. 1970-1989.
67-0143: OKAKURA, L. - ALS from L. Okakura to Mssrs. Paul R. Reynolds and Son.
04-1981: OKAMURA. - Okamura.
05-0044: OKASHA, M. - Camel Riders with Pyramids.
59-3210: OKEY, THOMAS, ET AL. - The Little Flowers and the Life of St. Francis with the Mirror of Perfection
19-1264: OKHLOPKOV, N. - Vsem Molodym.= To All Young.
13-0362: OKKONEN, ONNI, ET AL. - Kalevalaseuran Vuosikirja. Vol. 18.
04-1617: OKRENT, DANIEL. - Fortune: The Art of Covering Business.
15-2120: OKUN', S. B. - Istorija SSSR (Lekcii). Cast' I. Konec XVIII-naalo XIX veka = [History of the Soviet Union, Part I].
05-2288: OKURA, JIRO. - Jiro Okura: Wood, Paper, Water.
19-1367: OL'BRYHSKIJ, DANIEL', CHERNENKO, M. (TRANSLATOR) - Pominaja Vladimira Vysotskogo = Remembering Vladimir Vysotsky.
65-3629: S. S. OL'DENBURG. - Carstvovanie imperatora Nikolaja II = The Reign of Emperor Nicholas II.
51-0999: OLAWSON, J.J. - USS Powhatan.
10-0187: OLAWSON, J. J. - Weather Bureau station and light, Sand Key, Fla. Lat. N. 24° 27' 13" Long. W. of Gr.wich 81° 52' 40". Established 1826 re-established 1891. Height above H.W. 109 feet visible16 miles.
10-0188: OLAWSON, J. J. - The British Steamboat Alecto built in 1844.
51-1001: OLAWSON, J.J. - A Ship that passed in the Night. [A four master]
10-0184: OLAWSON, J. J. - "Dronning Julianne Marie" Larvik (Norway) built 1760.
10-0185: OLAWSON, J. J. - A tornado in Oklahoma at the distance of about two miles.
10-0186: OLAWSON, J. J. - Ship "Anna Maria" Bergen, Norway. Built at the close of the 18th century.
10-0190: OLAWSON, J. J. - "Great Bird Rock" Magdalen Is., Gulf of St. Lawrence. Lat. 47°50'42" Long. 61°8'18" west of Greenwich. Light 133 ft. above high-water visible 17 miles established 1870 re-est. 1887.
56-0049: OLBRICH, JOSEPH MARIA. - Joseph Maria Olbrich, 1867-1908.
54-0050: OLBRICH, JOSEPH M. - Joseph M. Olbrich: Die Grobherzogliche Wohnung im Giebener Alten Schlob.
08-1125: D'OLCE, NICOLAS. - Nicolas d'Olce: Métamorphoses.
16-2559: OLDE, HANS; ILLIES, ARTUR; ROTHENSTEIN, SIR WILLIAM ; PENNELL, JOSEPH; STRANG, WILLIAM. (ILLUSTRATORS) - PAN. Zweiter Jahrgang, Heft 4.
02-0238: OLDENBURG, CLAES. - At Sidney Janis.
15-9164: PETERSBURG PRESS; CLAES OLDENBURG. - Claes Oldenburg: Notes In Hand. The Artist's Version of His Sketchbook.
05-1545: OLDHAM, ARTHUR. - AC to Geoffrey Robinson regarding invitation.
05-1818: OLDHAM, ARTHUR. - ALS to Geoffrey Robinson.
65-2390: OLESHA, J. - Ni dnja bez srtochki = Not a Day Without a Line.
12-1435: OLIEMEULEN, LAMBERT (ED.). - Transformation. Surrealism Issue.
66-0309: OLIN, MARGARET. - The Nation Without Art: Examining Modern Discourses on Jewish Art.
16-1936: OLIPHANT, MRS. MARGERET WILSON. - A Beleaguered City: Being a Narrative of Certain Recent Events in the City of Semur, in the Department of the Haute Bourgogne. A Story of the Seen and the Unseen.
16-1933: OLIPHANT, MRS. MARGERET WILSON. - The Ways of Life: Two Stories.
16-0220: OLIPHANT, MRS. - Richard Brinsley Sheridan.
08-0005: OLITSKI, JULES; WILKIN, KAREN; AND LONG, STEPHEN. - The Prints of Jules Olitski: a Catalogue Raisonné 1954-1989.
65-0491: OLITSKI, JULES. - Jules Olitski: Paintings of the 60's.
15-6175: OLITSKI, JULES. - Jules Olitski, Color-ness. The Early Spray Paintings 1965 to 1969.
16-2067: OLIVER, CHARLES M. (ED.). - A Moving Picture Feast: the Filmgoer's Hemingway.
15-3466: OLIVER, E. H. (ED.). - The Canadian North-West: Its Early Development and Legislative Records. Minutes of the Councils of the Red River Colony and the Northern Department of Rupert's Land. In Two Volumes; Volume II.
16-0795: OLIVER, CHARLES. - Ernest Hemingway: The Essential Reference to the Life and Work, A to Z.
51-2486: OLIVER GOLDSMITH (AUTHOR) AND T. WEBSTER, C.W. COPE, T. CRESWICK, R. REDGRAVE, F. TAYLER, H.I. TOWNSEND, J.C. HORSLEY, C. STONHOUSE, AND JOHN BELL. (ARTISTS) - The Deserted Village of Oliver Goldsmith. Illustrated by the Etching Club. (Original edition)
66-0423: OLIVER, ROY. - The Wanderer and the Way: the Hebrew Tradition in the Writings of Martin Buber.
19-6096: OLIVER'S (KENNEBUNK, MAINE). - 19th and 20th Century European and American Paintings, Drawings and Prints. February 27, 1991". Lots 1 to 221.
15-7409: WILD HAWTHORN PRESS; IAN HAMILTON FINLAY; GEORGE OLIVER. - Bath Roundels.
54-1695: OLIVIER, LAURENCE. - Confessions of an Actor: An Autobiography.
05-0656: OLIVIER, LAURENCE. - Confessions of an actor.
01-0558: OLIVIER (DR. E.), HERMAL (G.), ROTON (CAPT. R. DE), - Manuel de l'Amateur de Reliures Armoriées Françaises.
63-2664: BERKELEY FOLK MUSIC FESTIVAL; BARRY OLIVIER (PHOTO.). - Berkeley Folk Music Festival Photo. Daniel Moore, Director, Floating Lotus Magic Opera Co., posing with black cat.
63-2663: BERKELEY FOLK MUSIC FESTIVAL; BARRY OLIVIER (PHOTO.). - Berkeley Folk Music Festival Photo. Daniel Moore, Director, Floating Lotus Magic Opera Co.
05-0648: OLIVIER, LAURENCE. - Confessions of an actor.
51-1941: OLMAR, JOSEPH SIMON [?] (1796-1865) - Arabian
63-2087: OLMSTED, DUNCAN H.; DIDIER ROBERT DE VAUGONDY. - A Map of California. Showing Its Delineation at Various Periods. With an Explanation Compiled from Various Sources.
63-4062: SERENDIPITY BOOKS; THOMAS A. GOLDWASSER; PETER HOWARD; DUNCAN OLMSTED. - Correspondence between publisher & book collector Duncan Olmsted & Thomas A. Goldwasser & Peter Howard of Serendipity Books, Regarding Books Olmsted had on consignment.
15-5486: OLMSTED, DUNCAN H. - Petaluma, Sonoma County, California, 1857: Greetings for Christmas 1957 from Duncan H. Olmsted.
63-4952: JAMES OLNEY (LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY ENGLISH DEPARTMENT). - TLS James Olney to Thomas Parkinson, with MS note by Parkinson inked in margin, November 13, 1984. RE: LSU search committee.
19-9527: MIMI VAND OLSEN (PAINTER). - Fall Antiques Show at the Pier. (Poster).
67-0280: OLSHAUSEN-SCHÖNBERGER, KÄTHE. - K.A.Fr. Wilh. Pflüger.
15-5769: OYEZ; ANN CHARTERS (ED.); CHARLES OLSON. - Charles Olson: The Special View Of History.
15-5294: RIK OLSON ARTS & GRAPHICS AND WOODEN RABBIT PRESS; RIK & BRITA OLSON. - Season's Greetings.
19-0397: BLUE DOLPHIN; ROBERT DUNCAN; CHARLES OLSON. - Poetry Encounters: Robert Duncan Reading From His Work & Chas. Olson, a Video Interview, Filmed In Gloucester, 12 March 1966. 12 March 1978.
63-1175: CHARLES OLSON. - Maximus, To Himself.
51-2523: OLSON, TOBY AND JOHN DIGBY (ILLUSTRATOR) - Birdsongs
51-2547: OLSON, TOBY - Doctor Miriam
51-0742: OLSON, CHARLES - the heart is a clock around which clusters
51-2544: OLSON, TOBY AND MARY LAIRD HAMADY (ILLUSTRATOR) - Three & One
63-0866: OYEZ; ANN CHARTERS (ED.); CHARLES OLSON. - Charles Olson: The Special View of History.
07-0455: OLSON, CULBERT, GOV. - Invitation to Dinner, January 23, 1941.
07-0439: OLSON, CULBERT, GOV. - California Inaugural Ball Honoring Governor Culbert L. Olson, Lieut. Governor Ellis E. Patterson, State Officials [and] State Legislators.
05-0094: OLSON, CULBERT. - Inaugural brochure for the Governor.
51-0536: OLSON, TIL. - Poster Design of Pirates for Caslon Bond.
63-0582: OLSON, TOBY; PERISHABLE PRESS; JOHN DOGBY (ILLUSTR.). - Prospectus for Bird Songs.
15-8318: OLSON, C. A. - Printed Letter from C. A. Olson to A. R. Huntington, March 20, 1896.
63-3860: JOHN F. SHELLEY (CALIFORNIA STATE SENATOR); EDWARD O'DAY; CULBERT L. OLSON. - TLS sent to Edward O'Day from John F. Shelley, dated December 3, 1940, on California Senate letterhead. With TLS to Culbert L. Olson, then Governor of California. ALS penciled note by Shelley, probably to his staff.
19-5156: INGRID OLSSON. - Portrait of opera singer Ingrid Olsson.
59-3339: OLSVANGER, IMMANUEL, EDITOR. - Rêjte Pomeranzen. Ostjüdische Schwänke und Erzählungen.
19-9422: COMITÉ ORGANIZADOR DE LOS JUEGOS DE LA XIX OLYMPIADA. - Mexico 1968.
05-0480: OLYMPIC PARK, MUNICH, GERMANY. - Postcards of Munich, Germany.
19-5947: OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., OLYMPUS CAMERA CORPORATION (TOKYO). - Olympus Manuals for OM G, OM 10 FC and product list for OM System lenses.
19-5924: OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., OLYMPUS CAMERA CORPORATION (TOKYO). - Olympus owner's manuals for the OM System Motor Drive Group, OM PC, Stylus Zoom 115 DLX, and D-580ZoomC-460ZoomX-400 + the OM System Chart.
19-5857: OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., OLYMPUS CAMERA CORPORATION (TOKYO). - Olympus OM System instruction manuals for Quick Auto 310, Winder 1, Winder 2, and abridged manual of Winder 2.
19-5853: OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., OLYMPUS CAMERA CORPORATION (TOKYO). - Olympus OM System instruction manuals for Quick Auto 310, Winder 1, Winder 2, and Olympus XA3.
19-6058: OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., OLYMPUS CAMERA CORPORATION (TOKYO). - Olympus instruction manual for Olympus Automatic Diaphragm multi coated lenses, Olympus OM System brochure, and 2 pieces of Olympus ephemera.
19-5940: OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., OLYMPUS CAMERA CORPORATION (TOKYO). - Instruction manuals for Olympus OM-2, OM 77 AF, OM-2S A and B.
19-5994: OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., OLYMPUS CAMERA CORPORATION (TOKYO). - Olympus instruction manuals for Infinity TWIN, Olympus OM System Electronic Flash T32, Olympus OMG and Automatic Diaphragm Multi-Coated Lenses.
19-5851: OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., OLYMPUS CAMERA CORPORATION (TOKYO). - Olympus OM System instruction manuals for Electronic Flash T20, Winder 1, Winder 2, Electronic Flash T32.
19-5850: OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., OLYMPUS CAMERA CORPORATION (TOKYO). - Olympus OM System instruction manuals for Quick Auto 310, Winder 1, Electronic Flash T20, Bounce Grip.
19-5983: OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., OLYMPUS CAMERA CORPORATION (TOKYO). - Olympus instruction manuals for the OM System Flashphoto Group, OM System Manual for Zuiko Interchangeable Lenses Group, and for the OM System Winder 2.
19-7607: THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA AT OMAHA. - Announcement for Art of the Printed Book, an International Conference on Fine Printing.
65-0455: OMAN, VALENTIN. - Valentin Oman.
19-7792: OMARK INDUSTRIES, INC. - Certificate of 13 Fully-paid and Non-assessable Common Shares Without Par Value.
65-2311: M. E. OMEL'JANOVSKIJ, ET AL. - Logika i metodologija nauki = Logic and the Methodology of Science.
65-2308: I. V. KUZNECOV AND M. E. OMEL'JANSKIJ. - Filosfskie voprosy sovremennoj fiziki = Philosophy of Modern Physics.
13-0217: OMELIANOVSKYI, M. E., ET AL. - Sintez sovremennogo nauchnogo znanija = Synthesis of Modern Scientific Knowledge.
05-0548: OMNIUM. - Berlin Calendar Engagements 1957.
51-0953: ONDAATJE, MICHAEL. - Letter regarding the use of a photograph.
65-1053: ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO. - French Printmakers of the Nineteenth Century Selected Works from the Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario.
15-2239: ADDICTION RESEARCH FOUNDATION OF ONTARIO. - Facts about Cannabis (Marijuana, Hashish, etc.).
10-0405: ONS VOLK ONTWAAKT (ANTWERP, BELGIUM). - Pages from Ons Volk Ontwaakt. With portraits of Ernest Van Dyke.
05-0477: OÖ, AUSTRIA. - Connected Postcards of Stift St. Florian.
12-1351: OORTHUYS, CAS. - Cas Oorthuys: Photographs and Collages.
15-7443: ALTE OPER (FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY). - The Frankfurt European Artists' Project 1987.
12-0365: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Conductor John DeMain.
12-0366: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Composer William Bolcom.
12-0367: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Mezzo-Soprano Anna Caterina Antonacci.
12-0368: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Mezzo-Soprano Zheng Cao.
12-0369: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Mezzo-Soprano Olga Borodina.
12-0370: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Conductor Michael Boder.
19-4356: [J. HENRY FAIR (PHOTO)]; SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Lorraine Hunt (Mez. Sop.); PR photo.
63-0547: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Dudley Moore: Publicity Photograph for San Francisco Opera.
19-4347: [STEINER, CHRISTIAN (PHOTO)]; SAN FRANCISCO OPERA - Elizabeth Holleque (Sop); PR Photo
19-5218: MATTEO MANUGUERRA; J HEFFERMAN (PHOTOGRAPHER); METROPOLITAN OPERA. - Portrait of opera baritone Matteo Manuguerra.
19-4816: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Portrait of soprano Marquita Lister, 1995.
19-4808: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Portrait of opera tenor Luis Lima.
19-4285: ROMAINE (PHOTO); SF OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO) - Hartliep, Nikki Li (Sop); PR photo
19-4478: [MESSICK, ROBERT (PHOTO)]; SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - David Hockney (Artist); PR photo.
19-4277: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO) - Hatziano, Markella (Mez-Sop); PR photo
19-4469: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Derek Jacobi (Actor); PR photo
19-4470: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Derek Jacobi (Actor); PR photo
19-4463: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Gerard Howland (Set Designer); Written resume.
19-4464: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Gerard Howland (Set Designer); Written resume.
19-4465: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Gerard Howland (Set Designer); Written resume.
19-4244: MUNRO ARTIST MANAGMENT; SF OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO) - Press PR for Eric Halfvarson (Bass)
19-4241: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO) - Robert Hale (Bass-bar.) PR photo
19-4445: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA - Zheng Cao; PR photo
19-4439: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Thomas Hampson (Bar.); PR written info.
19-4228: SF OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO). - San Francisco Opera sticker for Hakan Hagegard. (Barr.)
19-4218: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO). - Arte Johnson Photograph. (Soprano.)
19-4216: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Jesus Lopez-Cobos Photograph. (Spanish Conductor.)
19-4215: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Jesus Lopez-Cobos Photograph. (Spanish Conductor.)
19-4211: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Emmanuel Joel (Conductor) Photograph.
19-4212: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Jesus Lopez-Cobos Photograph. (Spanish Conductor.)
19-4213: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Jesus Lopez-Cobos Photograph. (Spanish Conductor.)
19-4214: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Jesus Lopez-Cobos Photograph. (Spanish Conductor.)
19-4207: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Gwendolyn Jones Photograph.
19-4208: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Gwendolyn Jones Photograph.
19-4209: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Gwendolyn Jones Photograph.
19-4205: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Jerry Hadley Photograph. Tenor.
19-4206: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Promotional materials related to Flute tenor Jerry Hadley.
19-4204: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Jerry Hadley Photograph.
19-4202: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Jerry Hadley Photograph.
19-4203: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA (SAN FRANCISCO, CA). - Jerry Hadley Photograph.
19-4427: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Thomas Hampson (Bar.); PR photo
19-4428: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Thomas Hampson (Bar.); PR photo
19-4430: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Thomas Hampson (Bar.); PR photo.
51-1774: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - San Francisco Opera. 49th Annual Season.
19-4407: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA - Written resume for Raimund Herincx (Bas.Bar.)
19-4404: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA - Gwyn Hughes Jones (Ten.)
19-4399: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA - Press release, bioresume for Ben Heppner (Ten.)
19-4398: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA - Press handout for Ben Heppner (Ten.)
19-4394: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - David Cale Johnson (Bass. Bar.); PR photo
63-3183: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Publicity Photograph of Composer John Adams for San Francisco Opera.
63-3182: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA. - Publicity Photograph of Composer John Adams for San Francisco Opera.
55-0425: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - The Great Waltz.
55-0424: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - The Desert Song.
55-0423: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Rose Marie.
55-0421: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Show Boat.
55-0422: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Sally.
55-0420: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - The Red Mill.
55-0419: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Rosalinda.
55-0417: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Call Me Madame.
55-0418: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Rosalinda.
55-0416: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - The Merry Widow.
55-0415: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Naughty Marietta.
55-0414: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - The Merry Widow.
55-0413: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Fanny.
55-0410: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Lorelei.
55-0409: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Lorelei.
55-0407: LOS ANGELES CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Evita.
55-0406: LOS ANGELES CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Chicago.
55-0405: LOS ANGELES CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - On Your Toes.
55-0402: LOS ANGELES CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Sweet Charity.
55-0400: LOS ANGELES CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Chicago.
55-0401: LOS ANGELES CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Nine.
55-0399: LOS ANGELES CIVIC LIGHT OPERA. - Evita.
15-5694: ARTICHOKE PRESS; IONA & PETER OPIE (ED.). - Christmas And New Year Greetings, Byra Wreden.
19-8364: OPIE, ROBERT (ED.). - The Wartime Scrapbook: From Blitz to Victory 1939-1945.
19-8365: OPIE, ROBERT (ED.). - The 1930s Scrapbook.
59-0806: RIDLEY AFTER OPIE. - Henry Fuseli, Esq. R.A.
16-0658: OPIE, IONA AND PETER (ED.). - The Oxford Book of Narrative Verse.
63-1617: MARIE ANN BOURLIER (ENGRAV.); (AFTER) JOHN OPIE. - Their Majesties the King & Queen of Sweden.
15-11434: MARTIN OPITZ. - Buch Von der Deutschen Poeterei.
51-1545: OPORIN, JOHANN (1507-1568) - Johann Oporin, Buchdrucker zu Basel.
60-0012: OPPÉ, A. P. - The Fourth Earl of Aylesford [electronic file]. With list of etchings.
60-0102: OPPÉ, A. P. - Fresh Light on Alexander Cozens [electronic file].
60-0561: OPPÉ, A. P. - Sir James Thornhill's Invitation Card [electronic file].
60-0468: OPPÉ, A. P. - Topographical Drawings and Prints in the Westminster Public Libraries [electronic file].
59-4241: OPPEN, GEORGE. - Psalm. Veritas sequitur . . .
15-3662: OPPENHEIM, E. PHILLIPS. - The Evil Shepherd.
07-0722: OPPENHEIM, NANCY B., ED. - Junior League Magazine, May-June 1964.
03-0784: OPPENHEIM, LOUIS. - Aluminum, Kupfer, Messing, Nickel Zinn ist genug im Lande. . . das Heer braucht es!
15-10615: OPPENHEIMER, JOEL; BROWNSTONE PRESS. - A Treatise By Joel Oppenheimer.
51-2529: OPPENHEIMER, JOEL AND PATI SCOBEY (ILLUSTRATOR) - Notes Towards the Definition of David. Signed.
07-0103: OPPENHEIMER, SELBY C., ET AL. - Concert Bulletin: A Magazine of Musical News, Vol. 17, No. 1.
07-0100: OPPENHEIMER, SELBY C. - Second Season 1927-1928. The Selby C. Oppenheimer Concert Series.
56-0029: OPPENHEIMER, MAX. - Max Oppenheimer: Ölbilder und Grafik.
51-2526: OPPENHEIMER, JOEL AND WALTER HAMADY(ILLUSTRATOR) - Del Quien Lo Tomó : A Suite
12-0953: OPPENHEIMER, FRANZ. - Kapitalismus Kommunismus Wissenschaftlicher Sozialismus.
15-6901: OPPENHEIMER, JOEL; BROWNSTONE PRESS. - A Treatise By Joel Oppenheimer.
51-2542: OPPENHEIMER, JOEL AND WALTER HAMADY (ILLUSTRATOR) - Acts
51-1238: OPPER, FREDERICK BURR (1857-1937) - Das "freie Amerika" ("No Foreign Labor can enter the United States under Contract")
59-0251: OPPERMANN. - Vue de la Chapelle de Guillaume Tell: au lac des IV Cantons.
19-5150: CORNELIS OPTHOF. - Portrait of opera bass-baritone Cornelis Opthof.
13-0727: OPTIC, OLIVER. - Desk and Debit, or, the Catastrophes of a Clerk.
59-0565: S.P. OR I.S. - Basle.
65-0215: S'ORA. - Elsie Altmann-Loos, 1926.
59-3603: ORAGE, A. R. (ED.). - The New English Weekly. A Review of Public Affairs, Literature and the Arts. Vol. 1, No. 19. Thursday, August 25, 1932.
15-10776: GALERIE ORANGERIE (COLOGNE, GERMANY). - Orangerie 197273.
15-10771: GALERIE ORANGERIE (COLOGNE, GERMANY). - Francoise Deberdt: Orangerie Koln.
15-10769: GALERIE ORANGERIE (COLOGNE, GERMANY). - Salvador Dali: 300 Graphiken.
15-10772: GALERIE ORANGERIE (COLOGNE, GERMANY). - Graciela Rodo Boulanger.
15-10770: GALERIE ORANGERIE (COLOGNE, GERMANY). - Otmar Alt: Orangerie Koln.
15-8824: GALERIE ORANGERIE (COLOGNE, GERMANY). - Paul Wunderlich. October 11 - November 30, 1975.
50-0971: ORAZI. - Galerie 7 [poster].
07-0099: SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. - Programme for the Summer Symphony Series, Second Season, 1927, Emil Oberhoffer, Conductor.
07-0097: SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. - Programme for the Third Municipal Symphony Concert, Season 1927-28, Alfred Hertz, Conductor; Beniamino Gigli, Tenor.
07-0098: SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. - Programme for the Summer Symphony Series, Second Season, 1927, Hans Leschke, Conductor; Alice Gentle, Soprano.
07-0096: SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. - Programme for the Last Municipal Symphony Concert, Season 1927-28, Alfred Hertz, Conductor; Harold Bauer, Pianist.
07-0091: YOUNG PEOPLE'S SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. - Programme for the Second Annual Concert of the Young People's Symphony Orchestra.
07-0090: SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. - Young People's Concerts programme for December 5, 1950 at Berkeley High School Community Theater, Pierre Monteux, conductor.
19-10188: ORCUTT, WILLIAM DANA. - Master Makers of The Book.
02-0491: ORDAZ, FRANCISCO. - The Knight. Wishing you a Dream Come True Birthday.
12-0598: ROSICRUCIAN ORDER (SAN JOSE, CALIF.). - The American Rosae Crucis. January 1916. A Magazine of Life's Mysteries. Vol. 1, No. 1.
65-2307: ORE, OYSTEIN. - Teorija grafov = Theory of Graphs.
15-6510: ZONDRA'S FANNY CLUB; MEIKE WILLIAMS (PHOT.); CORP.OREAL (DES.). - Zondra Foxx '96.
54-0838: UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. - 1924 Oregona.
10-0307: MORNING OREGONIAN (PORTLAND, OR.) - Morning Oregonian (Portland, Or.), Tuesday, August 20, 1889.
15-2068: OREL, L. - Zaterjannaja ulica: sovremennaja kanadskaja novella; pervody s angliskogo i francuzskogo.
63-1093: ORELL, FUSSLI & CIE (ZURICH). - Die Kasankirche in St. Petersburg (Kazan Church in St. Petersburg).
63-3917: MR. AND MRS. DARIO ORENA. - Mr. and Mrs. Dario Orena announce the marriage of their daughter Beatrice Ysabel to Dr. James Anthony Guilfoil, on Tuesday the thirtieth of October, One thousand nine hundred and seventeen. Los Angeles, California.
66-0087: ORENSTEIN, BENJAMIN. - Dos lebn un shafn fun Dr. Philip Fridman: Kurtser biyo-biblioyografisher iberblik = The Life and Writings of Dr. Philip Friedman: short bio-bibliographical survey.
66-0088: ORENSTEIN, BENJAMIN. - Dos lebn un shafn fun Dr. Philip Fridman: Kurtser biyo-biblioyografisher iberblik = The Life and Writings of Dr. Philip Friedman: short bio-bibliographical survey.
15-5991: ORFF, CARL; JOHANN ANDREAS SCHMELLER (CARMINA BURANA). - Carmina Burana: Cantiones Profanae. Songs from the Manuscript Collection of Benedictbeuern for Solo Voices, Chorus, and Orchestra (1936).
19-1474: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; SHAMARDINA, S (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 29, 14 Ijulja, 1930 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 29, July 14th, 1930.
19-1479: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; IMAS, M (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 27, III dekada Sentjabrja, 1931 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 27, September, 1931.
19-1476: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; SHAMARDINA, S (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 45-46, 30 Nojabrja, 1930 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 45-46, November 30th, 1930.
19-1483: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; ENCHELIK, I (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 7, 1934 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 7, 1934.
19-1482: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; OL'SHEVEC, M (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 1, Janvar' 1934 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 1, January 1934.
19-1481: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; IMAS, M (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 14, 15 Maja, 1932 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 14, May 15th, 1932.
19-1480: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; IMAS, M (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 35-36, 25 Dekabrja, 1931 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 35-36, December, 1931.
19-1477: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; IMAS, M (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 30, 31 Oktjabrja, 1931 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 30, October 31st, 1931.
19-1473: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; IMAS, M (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 49-50, 22 Dekabrja, 1930 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 49-50, December 22nd, 1930.
19-1475: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; SHAMARDINA, S (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 2, 6 Janvarja, 1930 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 2, January 2nd, 1930.
19-1472: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; KOTZIN, B (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 44, 30 Oktjabrja, 1928 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 44, October 30th, 1928.
19-1471: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; KOTZIN, B (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 42, 16 Oktjabrja, 1928 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 42, October 18th, 1928.
19-1470: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; KOTZIN, B (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 47, 20 Nojabrja, 1928 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 47, November 20th, 1928.
19-1478: ORGAN C. K. VSERABISA; IMAS, M (ED.). - Rabis: ezhenedel'nyj illjustrirovannyj zhurnal. Teatr, kino, cyrk, muzyka, estrada, foto, Izo. N. 26, II dekada Sentjabrja, 1931 = Rabis: Weekly Illustrated Journal. No. 26, September, 1931.
13-0550: MOSKOVSKAJA OBSHCHEGORODSKAJA KONFERENCIJA PROLETARSKICH KUL'TURNO-PROSVETITEL'NYCH ORGANIZACIJ (1, 1918, MOSKVA). - Moskovskij proletkul t tezisy, rezoljucii, ustav Moskovskago Proletkul ta 23-28 fevralja 1918 g.; Pervaja Moskovskaja Obshchegorodskaja Konferencija Proletarskich Kul turno-Prosvetitel nych Organizacji.
16-0726: ORGEL, STEPHEN. - The Jonsonian Masque.
50-0558: ORGIAZZI, DALBE AND STUCCHI. - Italy Map.
15-9763: ORIEL COLLEGE, OXFORD. - Oriel College, Oxford. Letterhead.
19-4512: ECOLE FRANCAISE D'EXTREME-ORIENT. - Cahiers d'Extreme-Asie No. 1, 1985.
19-4258: ECOLE FRANCAISE D'EXTREME-ORIENT. - Cahiers d'Extreme-Asie. Revue bilingue de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient Section de Kyoto. 1995.
19-4259: ECOLE FRANCAISE D'EXTREME-ORIENT. - Cahiers d'Extreme-Asie. Revue bilingue de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient Section de Kyoto. 1996-1997.
65-1030: L'ESTAMPE ORIGINALE (SARATOGA, CALIF.) - Japonisme: The Influence of Japanese Art on French Printmaking. Catalogue 11.
15-10752: POSTER ORIGINALS (NY). - American Art Posters.
15-10753: POSTER ORIGINALS (NY). - European Art Posters. Vol. 1, No. 2.
59-3556: BALTIMORE ORIOLES. - 1971 World Series. Baltimore Orioles vs. Pittsburgh Pirates.
01-0752: BALTIMORE ORIOLES. - World Champions 1983.
19-2110: ORION; WOODFALL; JODIE FOSTER, BEAU BRIDGES, ROB LOWE, AND NASTASSJA KINSKI, AND ALSO FEATURES WILFORD BRIMLEY, AMANDA PLUMMER, MATTHEW MODINE, AND SETH GREEN. - The Hotel New Hampshire.
51-2116: PIERRE MAC ORLAN (AUTHOR). - Vlaminck. (with 5 original lithographs).
13-0593: ORLAN, PIERRE MAC. - A bord de l'étoile matutine.
59-2347: ORLANDO, AGUDELO-BOTERO. - Colombian Artist Orlando A. B. One Man Exhibition.
59-2346: ORLANDO, AGUDELO-BOTERO. - Colombian Artist Orlando A. B. One Man Exhibition.
05-1340: ORLEANS, CHARLES, DUC D'. - Priez pour paix.
66-0726: ORLEV, URI. - The Lead Soldiers.
51-1522: ORLIK, EMIL (CZECH 1870-1932) - Kurzweil and Würfler (Baby's Playtime and Dice Players)
54-0163: ORLIK, EMIL. - Kleine Aufsätze.
19-2016: E. ORLIKOVA (ED.). - Dekada Moskovskih zrelishch. no. 11 = A Decade of Moscow Theatre Shows. N. 11.
15-1634: ORLOV, SERGEY. - Rossiya rodina moya; biblioteka russkoi sovestkoi poezii v 50 knigah = [Russia, my homeland].
15-1844: ORLOV, V. - Epigramma i satira = Epigram and satire]. Volume 1.
19-1238: ORLOV, D. - Yasnaya Polyana. A Play.
19-1359: ORLOV, V. N. - Velikij Russkij Dramaturg A. S. Griboedov = The Great Russian Playwright A. S. Griboedov.
19-5751: E. N. ORLOVA. - Kriticheskoe obozrenie = Critical Overview.
15-1766: ORLOVA, VARVARA G. - Istorija affrikat v russkom jazyke v svjazi s obrazovaniem russkih narodnyh govorov = [History of Affricates in the Russian language in connection with the formation of Russian folk dialects].
19-1899: UPRAVLENIE KUL'TURY ISPOLKOMA LENGORSOVETA; K. F. ORLOVA (ED). - Teatral'nyj Leningrad. Ezhenedel'nye programmy teatrov. No. 29 - 1960 goda = Leningrad Theaters. Periodical. Issue n. 29, 1960.
19-1900: UPRAVLENIE KUL'TURY ISPOLKOMA LENGORSOVETA; K. F. ORLOVA (ED). - Teatral'nyj Leningrad. Ezhenedel'nye programmy teatrov. No. 40 - 1965 goda = Leningrad Theaters. Periodical. Issue n. 40, 1965.
19-1901: UPRAVLENIE KUL'TURY ISPOLKOMA LENGORSOVETA; K. F. ORLOVA (ED). - Teatral'nyj Leningrad. Ezhenedel'nye programmy teatrov. No. 9, 17, 37, 38 - 1966 goda = Leningrad Theaters. Periodical. Issues n. 9, 17, 37, 38 1966.
16-0641: ORLOVITZ, GIL (ED.). - The Award Avant-Garde Reader.
16-1717: ORLOVITZ, GIL. - Milkbottle H.
59-0867: ORME, CHAPMAN, LENEY, ET AL. - Collection of Engravings of 18th and 19th Century British Statemen, Including Sir Hugh Palliser and Jean Pierre Blanchard.
59-0865: ORME, BROMLEY, ET AL. - Collection of Engravings of 18th and 19th Century British Statemen, Including Mr. Thomas Weston, and James Cobb.
63-1605: ORME, EDWARD (ENGRAV.); DANIEL ORME (AFTER). - Sir Hugh Palliser Bar.t Governor of the Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich.
12-0780: ORMOND, RICHARD AND LEONEE. - Great Poets.
60-0297: OROVIDA. - Supplementary List of Etchings and Aquatints by Orovida [electronic file].
04-1551: OROZCA, JOSÉ CLEMENTE. RITH SIMMS, TRANSLATOR. - The Artist in New York. Letters to Jean Charlot and Unpublished Writings.
13-0260: OROZCO Y BERRA, MANUEL. - Historia de la Dominacion Española en Mexico. Tomo II.
63-4393: SYLVESTER & ORPHANOS (LOS ANGELES). - New Limited-Signed Publications. Gore Vidal, Sex Is Politics. William Styron, Shadrach.
67-0375: ORPHANOS, STATHIS; HERB YELLIN. - Correspondence between Stathis Orphanos and Herb Yellin, Two TLS.
12-0240: ORR, NORMAN AND BILL GRAHAM. - Poco, Siegel Schwall and Wishbone Ash in Concert, March 11-14 and Mark Almond, Commander Cody and Sons of Champlin, March 18-21, 1971 at Fillmore West.
15-1668: ORR, MRS. SUTHERLAND. - A Handbook to the Works of Robert Browning.
15-1666: ORR, MRS. SUTHERLAND (ED.). - Life And Letters of Robert Browning.
62-0195: ORR, LOUIS. - Two prints [electronic file]. Reproduced from Fine Prints of the Year.
15-10773: ORR'S GALLERY (SAN DIEGO, CA). - Orr's Gallery Announces ARS...a new Art Rental Service.
12-1421: D'ORSAY, ADELE AND FRANCESCO B. DELEONE. - Only the Beat of My Heart.
05-0609: ORSINI, TONI. - Canal in Venice with Gondolier.
50-0972: ORTAS. - Galerie Epona [poster].
65-0753: ORTEGA, GONZALO MARTÍNEZ. (DIR.) - Del otro lado del puente. Con Valentín Trujillo, Juan Gabriel, Lucha Villa. (Cartel de la película).
16-1767: ORTEGA, JULIO, EWING CAMPBELL (ED.). - The Plaza of Encounters.
19-5153: ROBERT ORTH. - Portrait of opera baritone Robert Orth.
19-2227: ORTMAN (INDIANAPOLIS) - Recent Constructions.
09-0332: ORTMAN, GEORGE. - Paris Review.
19-3539: KARL ORUD. - Karl O Orud, On The Street.
15-6941: ORWELL, GEORGE. - London Letter. From Partisan Review, Summer 1944.
50-0974: OSA. - Galerie du Passeur [poster].
15-10939: JAPAN-AMERICA SOCIETY OF OSAKA. - The First Treaty Between The U.S.A. and Japan, Signed on March 31, 1854.
19-6048: OSAWA (TOKYO) ET AL. - Instruction manuals for Osawa Mark II 826m 80-205mm F4.5, Bower-CP-3, Kalimar Lens Instruction Manual, KMart Focal M5OOT-ZOOM.
15-8126: OSBORN, JAMES MARSHALL. - New Year Greetings From the Osborns.
15-1719: OSBORN, JAMES M. - Spence, Natural Genius and Pope.
13-0330: OSBORN, JAMES M. - That on Winston by John Gay.
15-4124: OSBORN, REUBEN OSBERT; JOHN STRACHEY (INTR.). - Freud And Marx: A Dialectical Study.
54-0390: OSBORN, ROBERT. - Osborn on Leisure.
15-4524: OSBORN, ALBERT S. - Cross-Mark Will Set Aside. Reprinted from Law Notes, Vol. XXXVI, No. 3, October 1932.
15-1158: OSBORN, JAMES M. - Addison's Tavern Companion and Pope's "Umbra".
16-0772: OSBORNE, JAMES INSLEY. - Arthur Hugh Clough.
59-2157: OSBORNE, CAROL M.; MILLER, DWIGHT; COMMITTE OF FINE ART AT STANFORD. - The Stanford Museum. Vols. x-xi, 1980-81.
08-0829: OSBORNE, HELEN MARIE. - Publicity photograph of Baby Helen Marie Osbourne.
05-0590: OSBORNE, JOHN. - Luther.
55-0461: OSBORNE, PAUL. - Point of No Return.
54-0826: OSBORNE, CHARLES. - W.H. Auden. The Life of a Poet.
15-4214: OSBORNE, T. S. - Atoms In Agriculture. Applications of Nuclear Science to Agriculture.
19-7866: OSBORNE, LEWIS. - A Pride of Printers.
62-0196: OSBORNE, MALCOLM. - Eighteen prints [electronic file]. Reproduced from Fine Prints of the Year.
50-0975: OSBOURN, MORI & SALDAMANDO. - Original Design for an Exhibition Poster.
12-1875: OSBOURNE, ZELDA L. - Mexican-Americans: A Selected Bibliography.
51-1798: OSBURN, WILLIE (1894-1971) - Photographic Archive of Willie Osburn (1894-1971) , the owner of American Brass and Copper Company, Oakland, CA. and Baroni French Baking Co., Richmond , CA.
19-2056: OSCAR WILLIAMS, HYMAN J. SOBILOFF. - The New Pocket Anthology of American Verse, From Colonial Days to the Present.
15-2201: OSEEVA, V. - Vasek truvachev i ego tovarishchi. Kniga vtoraja.
15-2197: OSEEVA, V. - Vasek truvachev i ego tovarishchi. Kniga tret'ja.
65-3547: V. OSEEVA. - Vasek Trubachev i ego tovarishchi = Vasek Trubachev and His Comrades.
16-1792: OSERS, EWALD, J. K. MONTGOMERY (ED.). - Modern Czech Poetry: An Anthology.
65-3361: E. OSETROV. - Povest' o zhar-ptice = The Tale of the Firebird.
13-0904: OSGOOD, CHARLES GROSVENOR. - Poetry as a Means of Grace.
15-1585: OSHANIN, LEV. - Rossija rodina moja; biblioteka russkoi sovetskoi poezii v 50 knigah = [Russia, my homeland; library of Russian-Soviet poetry in 50 volumes].
19-6713: PUSHKIN HOUSE IN LENINGRAD I. VOLGIN; RUSSIAN DRAWING 19TH - 20TH CENTURY; VALERII BRYUSOV JUBILEE K. OSIN (MOSCOW). - Three rolls of microfilm labeled Pushkin House in Leningrad I. Volgin (Leningrad), Russian Drawing 19th - 20th century, and Valerii Bryusov Jubilee K. Osin.
13-0382: OSIPOV, I., ET AL. - Novyj Mir. Vol. XXXIX, No. 10, October 1963 = New World.
16-3144: OSMOND, EDWARD (1900-1981) - Wild Goats or Llamas with Cacti and Mountain top.
16-3146: OSMOND, EDWARD (1900-1981) - Squirrels in a tree with a girl and dog below.
16-3147: OSMOND, EDWARD (1900-1981) - Reindeer and a Snowy landscape with a Man on skis.
16-3148: OSMOND, EDWARD (1900-1981) - A Kangaroo Family.
16-3149: OSMOND, EDWARD (1900-1981) - A Family of Polar Bears.
16-3150: OSMOND, EDWARD (1900-1981) - Two Goats with a Bird above.
16-3145: OSMOND, EDWARD (1900-1981) - Rabbits with a pastoral valley below.
16-3140: OSMOND, EDWARD (1900-1981) - A Group of Camels.
16-3143: OSMOND, EDWARD (1900-1981) - Bambi and Mother at a Waterfall.
16-3141: OSMOND, EDWARD (1900-1981) - A Group of Giraffes
16-3142: OSMOND, EDWARD (1900-1981) - Two Koala Bears in a Tree
10-0886: OSORIO, TRINIDAD. - Female Guitarist and Male Harmonica Player. Guiarrista y armónicaisto.
10-0883: OSORIO, TRINIDAD. - Girl with a Bouquet of Flowers. Muchacha con flores.
10-0884: OSORIO, TRINIDAD. - Woman Carrying Flowers. Señora llevando flores.
19-0147: OSSMAN, DAVID. - The Sullen Art. Interviews by David Ossman with Modern American Poets.
11-1007: OSSWALD, EUGEN. - Germany, a Leading Country for Winter Sport (with racing horses).
51-0592: OSTADE, ADRIAEN VAN. - Poster for Adriaen van Ostade Exhibition.
59-2633: VAN OSTADE, ADRAIAEN COPY. - Dutch Interior, 1648.
65-1272: VAN OSTADE, ADRIAEN. - Country Life in Holland's Golden Age: Etchings by Adriaen van Ostade. Uncommon Prints 15.
02-1116: OSTADE, ADRIAEN VAN. - The Fair. La Kermesse au grand Arbre.
02-1117: OSTADE, ADRIAEN VAN. - La Famille.
19-6873: VAN OSTADE, JAN. - The Letter.
15-9912: OSTELL, ALISTAIR. - The Measurement of Belief Systems. From Proceedings of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, Scientific Sections, Vol. IX, Pt. I, pp. 1-52.
15-11217: OSTERREICHISCHE KARTE; GEORG KHEVENHULLER-METSCH, ET AL. - Austrian Travel Ephemera: Gmunden (Map); Castle Hochosterwitz (tour guide booklet); Traunkirchen; Liebesbrief an Wien, Hotel Imperial; Burg Hochosterwitz; Salzkammergut; Demel Chronik; Mondsee (map).
05-2424: OSTI, MAURIZIO. - Alfabeto.
67-0380: OSTRANDER, DAN. - ALS from Dan Ostrander to Herb Yellin.
65-3620: A. N. OSTROVSKIJ; G. I. VLADYKIN, ET AL. - Sobranie sochinenij v desjati tomah. Tom I: p'esy 1847-1855 = The Collected Works by A. N. Ostrovsky in 10 vol. Vol. 1: Plays (1847-1855).
65-2597: A. N. OSTROVSKIJ. - Groza = Storm.
15-1745: OSTROVSKIJ, A. ED. - Epigramma i satira; po istorii literaturnoj bor'by XIX veka = [epigram and satire].
63-1862: OSTROVSKY, ALEKSANDR ; MARK ZAKHAROV (DIR); OLEG SHEINTSIS (ART.); [ALMA LAW (PHOT.)?]. - The Wiseman (Mudrets) production photo.
63-1844: OSTROVSKY, ALEKSANDR N.; SERGEI YURSKI (PROD.); VALERII YA. LEVENTAL' (ART.); [ALMA LAW (PHOT.)?]. - Truth Is Good, But Happiness Is Better (Pravda Khorosho, A Schast'e Lucshe) production photos.
63-1831: OSTROVSKY, ALEKSANDR; GEORGII A. TOVSTONOGOV (PROD.); EDUARD S. KOCHERGIN (ART.); [B. STUKALOV] (PHOT.). - Wolves And Sheep (Volki i Obtsy) production photos.
03-0662: OSTROWSKY, ABBO. - Autographed reproduction. Ostrowsky, Abbo.
03-0663: OSTROWSKY, ELLA. - Autographed reproduction. Ostrowsky, Ella.
62-0197: OSTROWSKY, ABBO. - Six prints [electronic file]. Reproduced from Fine Prints of the Year.
59-3193: OSTVEDT, EINAR. - Henrik Ibsen og hans Barndomsmiljø. (Henrik Ibsen and his Childhood Milieu.)
01-0303: OSTWALD, HANS. - Das Liebermann-Buch.
59-2349: OTERO, ANTOINE. - <>
11-0526: OTERO, BLAS DE, GARCIA LORCA, AND JORGE LUIS BORGES. - Three Spanish Poets.
03-0095: OTMEZGUINE, JANE AND MOREAU, MARC. - Arman Estampes: Catalogue raisonné.
15-8686: OTTENBURG, CHARLES; MISS KATHERINE NETTERVILLE; ELISABETH D. BISHOP; JENNIE MACVEAGH, KITTY HILLARD; MARY PAVANE; HOWARD DURHAM. - MS Notes, Letters, Cards. Card signed "Louis, Feb. 1871"; Two Page MS Transcription of Letters and Notes, 4181954; Howard Durham letter from Hempstead, 9111933; Mary Pavane note dated Dec. 27th, from Weston-super-Mare; Folded page with undated MS letters from Jennie MacVeagh & Kitty Hillard to one Mr. McGrath; 6 page MS letter; the Will of Elisabeth D. Bishop; brief note to Mazie on calling card of Miss Katherine Netterville; undecipherable post card in German; post card from Charles Ottenburg.
15-8687: OTTENBURG, CHARLES, ELISABETH BISHOP, ET AL. - MS Letters, Notes and Post Cards from and to the USA & UK, ranging from 1871 to 1954.
12-0389: OTTIN, MERRY. - Land of Emperors and Sultans: The Forgotten Cultures of Asian Minor.
00-0449: OTTINGER, DIDER, ET AL. - Max Beckmann: Gravures, 1911-1946.
19-7692: OTTINGER, GEORGE M. (AFTER); SAVAGE (PHOTOSCULPSIT). - "The Overland Pony Express" from Harper's Weekly, v. 11, no. 566 (1867 Nov. 2), p. 693.
15-6123: OTTLEY, ALLAN R. - A Few Favorite California Books.
19-3464: DEAN BYINGTON; CARTER E. FOSTER; KLAUS OTTMANN. - Dean Byington: Paintings and Works on Paper.
67-0313: OTTO, GEORG. - Aus der büchersammlung des Paul Nicolaus Ratajczak.
13-1119: OTTO, FR. TH. - Die Grundschule des Imkers.
19-2733: GALLERY IMAGO (SAN FRANCISCO, CA); MARCELLO OTTONELLO. - Urban Gauchos, September 4th-29th, 1990.
08-0986: OTTONELLO, MARCELA. - Urban Gauchos.
63-2945: H. L. OTZ. - Essai Sur L'Inflammation.
19-9427: OUASSA. - Reproduction d'une couverture d'un livre publié par Les Editions C.L.E., B.P. 4048, Yaounde, Cameroun. (Reproduction of a cover of a book published by Editions C.L.E., B.P. 4048, Yaounde, Cameroon.)
19-9430: OUASSA. - Reproduction d'une couverture d'un livre publié par Les Editions C.L.E., B.P. 4048, Yaounde, Cameroun. (Reproduction of a cover of a book published by Editions C.L.E., B.P. 4048, Yaounde, Cameroon.)
19-9428: OUASSA. - Reproduction d'une couverture d'un livre publié par Les Editions C.L.E., B.P. 4048, Yaounde, Cameroun. (Reproduction of a cover of a book published by Editions C.L.E., B.P. 4048, Yaounde, Cameroon.)
19-9429: OUASSA. - Reproduction d'une couverture d'un livre publié par Les Editions C.L.E., B.P. 4048, Yaounde, Cameroun. (Reproduction of a cover of a book published by Editions C.L.E., B.P. 4048, Yaounde, Cameroon.)
04-1287: OUDART, P. AND MOTTE, C. - Snakes.
65-0437: OULTON, THÉRÈSE - Thérèse Oulton: From the Sphinx to the Lizard.
59-2351: OULTON, THÉRÈSE. - Thérèse Oulton: From the Sphinx to the Lizard. Recent Watercolours.
59-2285: OULTON, THÉRÈSE. - Thérèse Oulton. Illuminations Etchings 1998.
15-5067: OURSLER, FULTON (ED.). - Liberty. America's Best Read Weekly. May 27, 1933.
51-0020: OURY, LOUIS. - Cover for Les Pogrammes Illustrés. Livraison 2.
15-7943: RAOUL-PIERRE OURY (PARIS). - Tres Belles Estampes, Tableaux Modernes, Sculpture, Ceramiques.
51-2660: OUTHWAITE, JEAN-JACQUES; FD. DELAUNNOY; NARGEOT; ED. WILLMANN; AUBERT; CH. LALAISSE; CH. COLIN ( ENGRAVERS) - Album pittoresque. L'AMERIQUE. Vues, Monuments, Types. Dessinès et gravèes sur acier par le plus habiles Artistes. [Views in North and South America]. First edition.
19-3859: GAY OUTLAW. - Gay Outlaw: misc. work book 2001-2006.
19-4803: XUN OUYANG. (JUN OYO). - Oyo Jun Kaisho Ranteiki. Ranteiki written in Kaisho style by Xun Ouyang.
66-0485: OVED, MOSHEH. - Visions and Jewels.
16-3194: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of Mammals and Skulls.
16-3193: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of Domestic Rabbits.
16-3178: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Three Studies of Dogs
16-3200: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Study of a Bird, Amphibians, Insects and Unusual mammal.
16-3202: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Study of Walruses with Ship and Land in Background.
16-3201: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Study of Five Different Bird, Species.
16-3167: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - A Bat focusing on a branch.
16-3166: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - An Owl Focusing on a Mouse.
16-3168: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - 13 Studies of Birds and Mammals.
16-3169: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - 4 Studies of Birds: May in the Country.
16-3170: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of a Hawk, Beetles and Flowers
16-3171: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of an Otter with a Fish and Whales with Boats.
16-3172: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of Platypuses.
16-3173: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of Rodents with Berries
16-3174: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Three Studies of Rodents Eating
16-3175: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Study of Deer Grazing by gte Coast.
16-3176: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of an Armadillo.
16-3177: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Study of a Rodent on a Branch.
16-3179: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - A Family of Foxes: The Sly Fox
16-3180: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Four Studies of Deer.
16-3181: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of Otters
16-3182: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of Rodents.
16-3183: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of Butterflies.
16-3184: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Study of a Frog
16-3185: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of Salamanders
16-3186: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of Pigeons.
16-3187: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Study of a Bird feeding another.
16-3188: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of a Rhesus Money and a Roibin Red Breast.
16-3189: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of Wolves, Fish Kissing and a Man Feeding Geese.
16-3190: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of People holding a dog, a chicken and a reptile.
02-0674: OVENDEN, GRAHAM, ED. CAMERON, JULIA. - A Victorian Album: Julia Margaret Cameron and her Circle.
16-3191: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Study of a Bee's Hive.
16-3195: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Study of Otters eating a Fish.
16-3197: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of a Dog Drinking, a Humming Bird taking nectar and a Salamander taking an Insect.
16-3196: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Study of a Fox and Frogs.
16-3198: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - A Grey and White Bird with an Egg in its Mouth
16-3199: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Lady Bugs and Beetles on leaves
16-3215: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of Badgers.
16-3205: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Study of 3 Birds with text: Extinct Animals.
16-3207: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of 2 Parakeets and a Canary.
16-3204: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Study of Flowering Plants with text: January in the Country
16-3203: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Study of Flowering Plants with text: February in the Country
16-3206: OVENDEN, DENYS (D.W.), F.Z.S. - Studies of 3 Doves.
63-5519: SUZANNE OVERHOLT (FOR CHARLES BRONSON). - TLS Suzanne Overholt (For Charles Bronson) to Herb Yellin, April 9, 2001.
15-1975: OVERMAN, JENNY. - I'm So White in Some Ways: Poems.
01-1223: OVID (OVIDUS) NASO, PUBLIUS. - Heroidum Epistolae.
15-2240: OVSIANIKO-KULIKOVSKY, D. N. - Istoriia russkoi literatury XIX veka. Tom. 2 & 3 = [History of Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature. Vols. 2 & 3].
51-2015: OWEN, JOHN - Epigrammatum. Editio postrema. (First Edition.)
51-2016: OWEN, JOHN AND FRANCESO BARTOLOZZI (ARTIST) - Juvenilia: or, A collection of poems ; written between the ages of twelve and sixteen. (First edition.)
16-1794: OWEN, GUY, MARY C. WILLIAMS (ED.). - Contemporary Southern Poetry: An Anthology.
55-1224: COOKE AFTER OWEN. - Lady Howe's Villa.
59-3150: OWEN, MAUREEN, EDITOR. - Telephone No. 10.
66-0546: OWENS, ROCHELLE. - The Joe 82 Creation Poems.
02-0949: OWENS, HARRY. - Hawaii Calls.
66-0547: OWENS, ROCHELLE. - The Joe Chronicles: Part 2.
15-9920: OWIDZKA, JOLANTA. - Jolanta Owidzka - tkaniny - textures - tissues.
63-4910: OXFORD UNIVERSITY LIBRARY; CORRESPONDENTS FROM ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, AND ALL SOULS COLLEGE. - TLS (2) Oxford Correspondents to Thomas Parkinson, January 9, 1985 RE: John Kelly and the William Butler Yeats letters.
05-0486: OXFORD, ENGLAND. - Postcards of Oxford.
63-2339: OXFORD PLAYHOUSE (OXFORD, UK); ANGELA WYNDHAM LEWIS, PAMELA BROWN, WINIFRED BURY, PETER ASHMORE, & NORA NICHOLSON. - Original Autographs by Angela Wyndham Lewis, Pamela Brown, Winifred Bury, Peter Ashmore, & Nora Nicholson.
12-1174: UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD. - Encaenia, June 24 MCMXXXI, The Vice Chancellor Presiding.
15-7421: OXHEAD PRESS, DON OLSEN; WHITE PINE, EDITH SHIFFERT; LIONHEAD PUBLISHING, TOBY OLSON; JAWBONE PRESS, HOWARD AARON; BURNING DECK, JOHN TAGGART; WOMEN'S PRESS; JEANETTA JONES MILLER, SMALL PRESS DISTRIBUTION. - Poetry Post Cards And Card-Sized Broadsides.
13-0012: OXLEY, PATRICIA. - Acumen Magazine. No. 3. April 1986.
63-2338: D'OYLEY CARTE OPERAS (LONDON); SYDNEY GRANVILLE, HELEN ROBERTS, GRAHAME CLIFFORD, DARELL FANCOURT, ET AL. - Original Autographs by Sydney Granville, Helen Roberts, Grahame Clifford, Darell Fancourt, and other members of this famous Gilbert & Sullivan performing company, dated May 1942.
66-0700: OYVED, MOYSHEH. - The Book of Affinity.
15-2278: OZ, AMOS. - Fima.
66-0145: OZ, AMOS. - Touch the Water Touch the Wind.
66-0136: OZ, AMOS. - Don't Call It Night.
66-0153: OZ, AMOS. - To Know a Woman.
66-0709: OZ, AMOS. - Touch the Water, Touch the Wind.
66-0489: OZ, AMOS. - Fima.
66-0484: OZ, AMOS. - A perfect peace.
66-0486: OZ, AMOS. - The Hill of Evil Counsel.
66-0490: OZ, AMOS. - Fima.
66-0493: OZ, AMOS. - Elsewhere, perhaps.
66-0496: OZ, AMOS. - To Know a Woman.
66-0141: OZ, AMOS. - Touch the Water Touch the Wind.
12-0252: OZENFANT, AMEDEE. - Foundations of Modern Art. With TLS by Ozenfant.
19-5669: V. OZEROV, ET AL. - Voprosy Literatury = Questions in Literature.
19-5670: V. OZEROV, ET AL. - Voprosy Literatury = Questions in Literature.
65-3392: I. H. OZEROV. - Atlas diagramm po èkonomicheskim voprosam. Vypusk VII, Alkogolizm i bor'ba s nim = The Fight Against Alcoholism. Atlas of Charts and Diagrams, vol. 7.
15-1342: OZHEGOV, S. I., ET AL. - Voprosy kultury rechi = Questions on the correctness of speech.
15-2095: OZHEGOV, S. I. - Slovar' russkogo jazyka = [Dictionary of Russian Language].
19-1037: OZHEGOV, S. I.. - Voprosy Kul'tury Rechi 3 = Questions of the Culture of Speech 3.
19-1038: OZHEGOV, S. I.. - Voprosy Kul'tury Rechi 1 = Questions of the Culture of Speech 1.
65-3152: È. OZHESHKO. - Nad nemanom: roman = Over the Niemen River: Novel.
19-0105: INCA-PANCHO-OZOLLO (ALFRED SEARS). - The Lost Inca: a Tale of Discovery in the Vale of the Inti-Mayu.
63-4767: FACULTY MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY; PHILIP SELZNICK; CARL E. SCHORSKE; JOSEPH TUSSMAN; JOSEPHINE MILES; GEORGE J. MASLACH; S. A. SCHAAF; OWEN CHAMBERLAIN (PROFESSOR OF PHYSICS & NOBEL LAUREATE); HENRY NASH SMITH; THOMAS FRANCIS PA - A Message On The Proposed Solution to the Free Speech Controversy. Parkinson's personal copy.
13-0590: PAALEN, WOLFGANG. - Form and Sense: Meanings and Movements in Twentieth-Century Art.
63-0219: PABLO RECORDS (NEW YORK); REGENCY ARTISTS, LTD. (STUDIO CITY, CA). - Sarah Vaughan: Publicity Photograph for Pablo Records & Regency Artists, Ltd.
63-0217: PABLO RECORDS (NEW YORK); REGENCY ARTISTS, LTD. (STUDIO CITY, CA). - Sarah Vaughan: Publicity Photograph for Pablo Records & Regency Artists, Ltd.
63-0218: PABLO RECORDS (NEW YORK); REGENCY ARTISTS, LTD. (STUDIO CITY, CA). - Sarah Vaughan: Publicity Photograph for Pablo Records & Regency Artists, Ltd.
15-7937: MICHAEL PABST (VIENNA). - Ausgewahlte Bilder Und Graphik Des XX. Jahrhunderts. Katalog 7.
63-0019: GALERIE MICHAEL PABST (MUNICH). - Kunst Des XX. Jahrhunderts.
15-7936: GALERIE PABST (MUNCHEN). - Kunst Des XX. Jahrhunderts: eine Auswahl von 109 Bildern, Aquarellen, Zeichnungen und Graphiken. Katalog 11.
54-1606: PABST, MICHAEL. - Ausgewählte Graphik des XX. Jahrhunderts. Liste 5.
55-0534: PABST, MICHAEL. - Ausgewahlte Builder und Graphik des XX Jahrhunderts. Michael Pabst. (Kat. 4).
16-3032: NEW MOBE-BAY PAC - The Fall Offensive against the War in Vietnam. MARCH. November 15[Poster]
12-0644: PACEWILDENSTEIN (NEW YORK). - Elizabeth Murray: Recent Paintings.
15-5849: PACH, WALTER (TRANSLATOR). - The Journal of Eugene Delacroix.
00-0675: PACH, WALTER. - Renoir, fifty reproductions in full color.
61-0003: PACH, WALTER. - The Etchings and Lithographs of Odilon Redon [electronic file].
15-11396: MILESTONE RECORDS (NEW YORK); MARIO PACHECO (PHOT.). - Pata Negra: Publicity Photograph for Milestone Records.
63-1703: PACIFIC CENTER FOR THE BOOK ARTS; ALASTAIR M. JOHNSTON; SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY; WESLEY TANNER, ARIF PRESS (PRINT). - The Lure Of Ephemera. A Discourse with Slides by Alastair M. Johnston.
63-2708: PACIFIC & ATLANTIC PHOTOS, INC. (NEW YORK). - While The Rhineland Seethes.
63-2711: PACIFIC & ATLANTIC PHOTOS, INC. (NEW YORK). - Monochrome photograph of two women standing.
63-2710: PACIFIC & ATLANTIC PHOTOS, INC. (NEW YORK). - Monochrome photograph of seven women standing behind five women kneeling, on shipboard.
63-2709: PACIFIC & ATLANTIC PHOTOS, INC. (NEW YORK). - Monochrome photograph of man in suit with arms folded.
01-0030: WESTERN PACIFIC. - Films of the Feather River Country.
07-1180: NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC. - Northwestern Pacific Interurban Time Tables.
05-0948: COLLEGE OF THE PACIFIC. - The Naranjado. Vol. 31.
05-0450: PACIFIC UNION CLUB, SAN FRANCISCO. - Lunch menu, December 21, 1979.
05-0423: PACIFIC UNION CLUB, SAN FRANCISCO. - Lunch, December 21, 1984.
04-1224: WESTERN PACIFIC. - The California Zephyr in the Feather River Canyon.
15-4983: POETS OF THE PACIFIC. - TLS Wilfred H. Brown & Elinor Henry Brown to Florence E. Smith 631954 on postcard.Brochures advertising poetry magazines inside envelope with Poets Of the Pacific letterhead.
15-5033: POETS OF THE PACIFIC. - Poets Of the Pacific Pioneer, Vol. I, No. 1, April-May-June 1954.
12-0062: PACIFIC NOVELTY CO. (SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.), ETC. - Souvenir Folders of Long Beach, California, Queen of the Beaches.
12-0079: SOUTHERN PACIFIC. - Two Postcards for California Invitation Day, March 1, 1911 and September 10, 1913.
12-1313: CANADIAN PACIFIC. - Canadian Pacific Montreal Luggage Labels.
08-0999: BALLET PACIFICA. - Ballet Pacifica 25th Anniversary Celebration.
09-0383: NEW YORK PACIFIST. - The War is Over! A Celebration. Sheep Meadow. Central Park. 12:30 PM. May 11, 1975. [poster]
16-0076: PACK, ROBERT, & JAY PARINI (EDS.). - The Breadloaf Anthology Of Contemporary American Essays.
16-2112: PACKARD, WILLIAM (ED.). - Do Not Go Gentle: Poems On Death.
16-0094: PACKARD, WILLIAM (ED.). - The Craft of Poetry: Interviews from The New York Quarterly.
19-8157: PACKARD, WILLIAM (ARTIST), ROBERT LAVIGNE (ARTIST); EVANS, HENRY (ED.). - William Packard & Robert Lavigne.
16-0266: PACKARD, WILLIAM (ED.). - The Craft of Poetry: Interviews from The New York Quarterly.
65-1038: PACKER, WILLIAM. - Lino Manocci: Monotypes and Drypoints.
59-1476: PACKER, MONICA. - Entre - Tres - Nimientos [silkscreen].
65-1232: PACKER, WILLIAM, STEVENS, NORMAN. - Norman Stevens ARA, 1937 - 1988. An English Landscape: An Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Prints.
19-9333: WILLIAM PACKER. - Edouard Vuillard 1868-1940.
04-1451: PADAKOV, A. - Illiteracy Means Blindness.
63-3534: PADDY (HAYMARKET, SW, LONDON). - Souvenir Silhouette. Post Card Woodcut.
63-3599: G. W. PADDY. - Souvenir Silhouette. Post Card Woodcut.
63-3600: G. W. PADDY. - Souvenir Silhouette. Post Card Woodcut.
05-1409: PADEL, WILLIAM. - ALS to Geoffrey Robinson regarding a manuscript about Sergei Rachmaninoff.
05-1306: PADEL, WILLIAM. - ALS to Geoffrey Robinson praising Norman Demuth's book The Symphony.
15-7970: PIED OXEN PRINTERS; GARY SNYDER; BILL PADEN. - Sixteen T'ang Poems.
51-0701: PADGETT, RON (POET) AND GEORGE SCHNEEMAN (ARTIST) - Poem aka "The baby Jesus."
15-1953: PADGETT, RON AND CLARK COOLIDGE. - Supernatural overtones.
59-3941: PADGETT, RON, AND GEORGE SCHNEEMAN. - Poem.
05-2425: PADIN, CLEMENTE. - Love.
55-0486: PADULA, EDWARD. - Bye Bye Birdie.
11-0192: PAGE, R. - Alexander Pope.
63-2898: THOMAS NELSON PAGE. - In Ole Virginia Or Marse Chan and Other Stories.
08-0879: PAGE, BRIAN. - Beijing: Then and Now.
19-0497: PAGE, LINDA GARLAND & ELIOT WIGGINTON. - Aunt Arie (A Foxfire Portrait).
15-2466: PAGE, NORMAN. - A Kipling Companion.
59-0840: PAGE, R. - William Austin, Drawing master and engraver.
59-0839: PAGE, R. - Thomas Erskine, 1st Baron Erskine.
59-0390: PAGE, R. - Daniel Dancer, Esq., The Remarkable Miser.
19-4079: DARREN WATERSTON; DAVID PAGEL. - Darren Waterston: Hyle.
50-0976: PAGÈS, IRENE. - Muratore (Nice) [poster].
50-0977: PAGÈS, IRENE. - Galerie du Drap d'Or (Cannes) [poster].
01-1118: PAGES, PIERRE. - Three Menus for Air France.
15-1146: PAGET, R. L. (ED.). - Cap and Gown. Third Series.
05-2426: PAGLIARANI, ELIO. - Poker con Adriano.
15-1215: PAGLIARO, HAROLD E. (ED.). - Studies In Eighteenth Century Culture: Volume 2, Irrationalism in the Eighteenth Century.
15-1216: PAGLIARO, HAROLD E. (ED.). - Studies In Eighteenth Century Culture: Volume 3, Racism in the Eighteenth Century.
51-1126: PAGNELLO, GORDON. - Sundial Orinda.
19-10138: PAILLARD, REMY. - Affiches 14-18: Les Tableaux et les Cartes. [Supplement].
19-9526: CHARLES PAILLASSON (ILLUST). - The Universal Penman. A survey of Western calligraphy from Roman times to 1980. (Poster).
16-1929: PAIN, BARRY. - Stories And Interludes.
16-1930: PAIN, BARRY. - Going Home: Being The Fantastic Romance of the Girl With Angel Eyes and the Man Who Had Wings.
16-1932: PAIN, BARRY. - In A Canadian Canoe, the Nine Muses Minus One, and Other Stories.
16-0829: PAIN, PHILIP. - Daily Meditations.
15-11483: PAINE, TOM. - Scar Vegas: And Other Stories.
19-3638: ROXY PAINE. - Bluff.
19-8643: 18TH CENTURY JAPANESE PAINTER. - Couple of Wild Ducks in a Snow Landscape with Bird.
65-0032: FLOWER PAINTER. - Snapdragons #2.
65-0042: FLOWER PAINTER. - Purple Peony.
15-1994: UNKNOWN ABSTRACT PAINTER. - Abstract Painting.
12-0545: UNIDENTIFIED CHRISTIAN PAINTER. - [Unidentified Christian place of worship].
19-8644: 18TH CENTURY JAPANESE PAINTER. - Wild Ducks and Birds in a Snow Landscape.
65-0848: SURREALIST PAINTER (IN THE STYLE OF SALVADOR DALI OR WILLIAM BLAKE). - Woman on Fire.
65-0843: ARCHITECTURAL PAINTER. - Gruuthuse, Bruges.
65-1816: PAINTER. - Home by the Docks.
59-2379: VICTORIAN WATERCOLOR PAINTER. - Study of Plums on the Branch.
65-0031: FLOWER PAINTER. - Snapdragons #1.
19-1327: FREER GALLERY OF ART (WASHINGTON DC); MING DYNASTY PAINTER. - Photograph of Winter Landscape.
19-1328: FREER GALLERY OF ART (WASHINGTON DC); MING DYNASTY PAINTER. - Photograph of A Waterfall, Tree, And Two Eagles.
12-0978: PAIS, A. - The Princeton Period.
66-0312: PAIS, ABRAHAM. - Subtle is the Lord: The Science and the Life of Albert Einstein.
19-9530: PRIBEISZKI PAL. - Publishing and Printing House of the International Organization of Journalists. (Poster).
05-1250: PAL, PRATAPADITYA. - The Peaceful Liberators: Jain Art from India.
15-10991: LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART; PRATAPADITYA PAL (ED.). - Islamic Art: The Nasli M. Heeramaneck collection [of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art].
15-2096: PAL'CEVA, N., ET AL. - Lampa. Zazhzhennaja v Polden'. Rasskazy kanadskix pisatelej o molodezhi = [Collection of Canadian Short Stories].
05-0457: PALACE HOTEL, SAN FRANCISCO. - Special dinner theatre menu, January 23rd, 1962.
54-0575: PALACIOS, ALVAR GONZALEZ. - The Age of Louis XV.
54-0576: PALACIOS, ALVAR GONZALEZ. - The Age of Louis XVI.
04-1396: PETIT PALAIS. - Trois millénaires d'art et de marine.
15-8014: STUDIO 10 ARTE PALART (MARATEA, ITALY). - Paolo Valente.
166-2: PALAU I FABRE, JOSEP. - Picasso: The Early Years, 1881-1907.
11-1020: PALAU I FABRE, JOSEP. - Pablo Ruiz Picasso: Academic and Anti-Academic (1895-1900).
02-0124: PALAZUELO. - Derrière le Miroir. DLM #229. Palazuelo.
15-8061: PALAZZO PAOLINA (VIAREGGIO, ITALY); ROBERTO TASSI; GIUSEPPE BARTOLINI, ET AL. - La Metacosa. Giuseppe Bartolini, Giuseppe Biagi, Gianfranco Ferroni, Bernardino Luino, Sandro Luporini, Lino Mannocci, Giorgio Tonelli : [Viareggio, Palazzo Paolina, 18 agosto-4 settembre 1983].
59-2121: PALAZZO PAOLINA , VIAREGGIO. - La Metacosa.
15-8860: PALAZZO COLLICOLA, COMUNE DI SPOLETO, STUDIO DEL CANOVA (SPOLETO, ITALY). - Popart In Italia. 1960 - 1980 Vent'anni di Segnali.
04-1290: PALENSKE, REINHOLD H. - Let's Go.
65-1844: PALEY, GRACE; TOURNESOL PRESS; BRIGHT, BETTY. - Then Faith was ashamed... From the Minnesota Center for Book Arts Broadside Suite, 1989 - 90.
16-1475: PALGRAVE, GWENLLIAN F. - Francis Turner Palgrave: His Journals and Memories of his Life.
15-1687: PALGRAVE, FRANCIS TURNER (ED.). - The Golden Treasury of the Best Songs & Lyrical Poems in the English Language.
16-2195: PALIN, MICHAEL; BASIL PAO. - Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure. Photographed and Designed by Basil Pao.
15-9237: GALLERIA D'ARTE 32 (MILAN, ITALY); ALFREDO PALIONE. - Galleria 32: La Linea Paglione-Galleria 32.
03-0391: PALISSY, BERNARD. - Plat. Faïence d'après Briot.
19-0367: PALLANT HOUSE, CHICHESTER; NATIONAL ART COLLECTIONS FUND; WILDENSTEIN. - The Fine Art Collections. A Loan Exhibition Selected from the Collections and Organised Jointly with the National Art Collections Fund and Pallant House.
66-0551: PALLIERE, AIME ; LOUISE WATERMAN WISE (TR. ). - The Unknown Sanctuary: A Pilgrimage from Rome to Israel.
55-0557: PALLOTTINO, MASSIMO. - Etruscan Painting.
50-0287: PALLOY, E. AFTER R. LORAIN. - Narrow Street to Yellow House.
00-0555: PALLUCCHINI, RODOLFO & PAOLA ROSSI. - Tintoretto: Le opere sacre e profane.
51-1565: PALM, JOHANN PHILIPP (1766-1806) - Johann Philipp Palm, Buchhändler und Inhaber der Stein'schen Buchhandlung zu Nürnberg.
19-10102: FRANCISCO REYES PALMA. - Leopoldo Méndez: El Oficio de Grabar (Galeria. Coleccion de Arte Mexicano) (Spanish Edition).
55-0098: DE PALMA, BRIAN. - Obsession.
15-10070: PALMER, FREDERICK. - The Mentor Mexico.
59-3468: PALMER, J. E.(EDITOR); T.S. ELIOT, JACQUES MARITAIN, WILLIAM EMPSON, JOSEPHINE MILES, FLANNERY O'CONNOR, PARKER TYLER, FREDERICK MORGAN. - The Sewanee Review, Volume LVI, Number 2. Spring, 1948.
19-8175: JON PALMER. - Dossier on Jon Palmer.
59-2328: PALMER, PHIL. - Phil Palmer.
59-3178: PALMER, MICHAEL. - Invitation to release celebration of The Circular Gates.
15-3000: PALMER, R. BARTON (ED.). - Studies In the Literary Imagination: Philosophical Dimensions of Saul Bellow's Fiction. Vol. XVII, No. 2.
04-0923: PALMER, ARLENE. - Chinese Export Porcelain. A Winterthur Guide.
99-0131: VIRGIL AND SAMUEL PALMER. - Eclogues of Virgil. An English Version.
16-0268: PALMER, HERBERT. - A Sword in the Desert: a Book of Poems and Verses for the Present Times.
60-0238: PALMER, CLEVELAND. - The Recent Etchings of Donald Shaw MacLaughlan [electronic file].
99-0007: PALMQUIST, PETER. - Prospectus for Redwood and Lumbering in California Forests.
05-1867: PALMSTIERNA, BARON. - ALS to Geoffrey Robinson.
08-1802: PALOSCIA, TOMMASO AND PETER CLOTHIER. - Marco Sassone.
08-1803: PALOSCIA, TOMMASO AND PETER CLOTHIER. - Winslow Homer: Illustrations. 41 Wood Engravings after Drawings by the Artist
13-0541: PALTSEV, N. - Lampa, Zazhzhennaja v Polden: Rasskazy Kanadskikh Pisatele o Molodezhi = [Short Stories of Youth by Canadian Writers].
59-2350: PANABIERE, LOUIS; OTERO, ANTOINE. - Otero V.
65-3018: A. JA. PANAEVA (GOLOVACHEVA). - Vospominanija = Memoirs.
02-1233: PANDIT, M. P. - Brief Study of Sir John Woodroffe's "The Serpent Power".
65-1807: PANDOLFINI. - Animali imbalsamati e Trofei di caccia. 22 aprile 2008.
65-1797: PANDOLFINI. - Arredi, Mobili, Oggetti d'arte.
65-1798: PANDOLFINI. - Dipinti, Disegni e Sculture dei secc. XIX e XX.
65-1796: PANDOLFINI. - Antonio Fosco e Grato Marani. Memorie di una Famiglia. Firenze, 18 Marzo 2008.
15-7254: PANDOLFINI (FLORENCE). - Design: Arte Moderna E Contemporanea, 17 November 2009.
19-3850: GUILLERMO PANEQUE. - Entre Chien et Loup: Works from the Meana Larrucea Collection.
63-1384: PANHOFF, M. (PHOT.); EDMOND CHAGOT. - En Russie (In Russia).
19-1915: PANICH, IULIAN ET AL. - U Mikrofona Aleksandr Galich... Izbrannye teksty i zapisi. S Dopolnitel'nymi Materialami Andreia Siniavskogo i Marii Rozanovoi = The Voice of A. Galich: Selected Materials.
13-1035: PANICHAS, GEORGE A. - Fyodor Dostoyevsky and Roman Catholocism.
67-0198: PANKOK, BERNHARD. - Ex Libris M. Strauss.
15-2043: PANOV, V. - Sorok dem za shaxmatnoj doskoj: Vospominanija i 50 izbrannyx partij.
65-3139: V. PANOVA. - Sputniki: povest' = The Traveling Companions.
13-0374: PANOVA, B., ET AL. - Novyj Mir. Vol. XLII, No. 7, July 1966 = New World.
16-1204: PANTER-DOWNES, MOLLIE. - At The Pines: Swinburne and Watts-Dunton in Putney.
19-9223: PANTER, GARY; MOULY, FRANCOISE (ED.); SPIEGELMAN, ART (ED.). - Jimbo: Adventures in Paradise.
65-3464: DUSHAN M. PANTIC. - Spoljna trgovina i trgovinska politika nezavisne srbije: prvi period 1878 - 1892.
63-4761: ARLIE J. PANTING. - TLS Arlie J. Panting to Thomas Parkinson, March 4, 1958. RE: Response to Parkinson speaking of the Beats on the BBC.
10-0406: PANZERA, ANTHONY. - The Leonardo Series: Sixty-Five Drawings Based on Leonardo da Vinci's Notebooks on Human Proportion. [unpublished manuscript]
15-4009: DE PAOLA, TOMIE. - Dust-Jacket for Charlie Needs A Cloak.
51-0475: PAOLOZZI, EDUARDO. - Complete graphics.
263-4: PAONE, PETER. - Dreams Portfolio.
03-0211: PAONE, PETER. - Remarks Portfolio.
02-0608: PAONE, PETER. - Blue Master. (Dreams).
01-0314: PAONE, PETER. - Coffee Table Landscape.
01-0315: PAONE, PETER. - Applause for a Caught Fish.
01-0312: PAONE, PETER. - Dear Thought.
01-0313: PAONE, PETER. - Hippo in My Living Room.
01-0311: PAONE, PETER. - Arranged Jungle.
01-0310: PAONE, PETER. - Lost Rabbit.
01-0307: PAONE, PETER. - Table Top Landscape.
01-0308: PAONE, PETER. - Woman Detached.
01-0309: PAONE, PETER. - Wedding Dream.
01-0306: PAONE, PETER. - Blue Master.
01-0305: PAONE, PETER. - Dreams.
65-2296: M.V. PAPANOV. - Fonetika sovremennogo russkogo literaturnogo jazika. Narodnye govory = Phonetics of Modern Russian Literary Language. Popular Dialect.
65-2323: M. V. PAPANOV. - Morfologija i sintaks sovremennogo russkogo literaturnogo jazika = Morphology and Syntax of Modern Russian Literary Language.
12-1208: PAPANTONIO, MICHAEL. - The Bookman's Guide to New York.
08-0013: PAPARAZZO. - Candid photo of Gary Cooper with a Lady.
15-7578: NAHAN GALLERIES (NEW ORLEANS); MAX PAPART. - Papart Paintings Gouaches. June 1987.
50-0978: PAPART, MAX. - Camille Renault [poster].
15-8234: PAPE, FRANK CHEYNE (ILL.). - Prince Istar Opened A Ventilator and Pass the Faithful Angel through it.
51-0353: PAPÉ, FRANK R. - Portrait of James Branch Cabell.
15-5285: TWINROCKER HANDMADE PAPER. - Paper Is Not Simply The Result Of An Incantation Said Over A Hillside Of Timber.
05-1165: PAPER. - 4 small pamphlets, 1 prospectus and 5 samples.
50-0473: PAPPE, CARL LEWIS. - Figure.
50-0474: PAPPE, CARL LEWIS. - Indian.
09-0039: PAQUET, MARCEL; BOTERO, FERNANDO. - Fernando Botero. La Corrida: The Bullfight Paintings.
15-2663: PAQUETTE, JEAN-MARCEL. - Poèmes de la mort de Turold à Villon.
15-6974: PAQUETTE, TOM. - [Untitled Color Photograph of Library with Two Nude Ladies Smoking.]
15-6975: PAQUETTE, TOM. - [Untitled Color Photograph of Library with Two Nude Ladies On Ladder.]
63-2919: JEAN-BAPTISTE PARA. - Pierre Reverdy.
08-1038: PARACHINI, FABRIZIO; LANDI, EDOARDO. - Intorno Al Quadrato: 12 dicembre 2002.
63-2565: TOURNAMENT OF ROSES PARADE. - Twelve Photographs of the 50th Tournament of Roses Parade, with ten year old Grand Master Shirley Temple presiding.
03-0284: PARADISE, PHILLIP. - Compra Pesca.
19-8459: PHIL PARADISE. - Tomas.
15-1916: PARAMONOV, A.A. - Kurs darvinisma = [The course of Darwinism].
63-3473: SEVEN ARTS PRODUCTIONS (UK); PARAMOUNT. - Promise Her Anything.
63-3474: SEVEN ARTS PRODUCTIONS (UK); PARAMOUNT. - Promise Her Anything.
19-2822: CARROLL W. PARCHER (EDITOR). - Glendale Community Book.
19-9004: PAUL PAREY. - Jagen und Fischen. (Exhibition Poster).
08-0051: SUZANNE THIERRY PARFUMS (PARIS). - Twenty Publicity Portraits of Suzanne Thierry.
51-2017: PARIN D'AULAIRE, INGRI & EDGAR - Ola. (Norwegian edition)
65-1327: PARINAUD, ANDRÉ; ROSE, ARDEN. - Arden Rose: The Vision of a Painter.
19-0790: PIASA PARIS. - Bibliothèque François Mignard. Livres Anciens d'Architecture et de Décoration. 27 novembre 2003 à 14h15.
19-0797: PIERRE BERÈS PARIS. - Livres Illustrés Modernes et Contemporains. Catalogue 78.
10-0727: CIE. DES COMMISAIRES PRISEURS DE PARIS. - Collection Henry Potez.
19-7833: VILLE DE PARIS. - Municipal loan certificate.
19-0795: PIASA PARIS. - Bibliothèque d'un Amateur : Livres Romantiques, Éditions Originales Modernes. 27 février 1998 à 14h15.
19-10147: MUSEE D'ART MODERNE DE LA VILLE DE PARIS. - Kees Van Dongen, Le Peintre: 1877-1968.
65-1047: GALERIE SCHMIT PARIS. - Maîtres français XIXe - XXe siècles oeuvres majeures - Galerie Schmit, Paris, 4 mai à 16 juilliet, 1988.
15-5455: HARRISON OF PARIS. - Two Exceptional Publications.
19-2659: JEAN-PIERRE LELIÈVRE - PASCAL MAICHE - ALAIN PARIS (PARIS). - Bibliotèque D'Un Amateur; Livres Illustrés Romantiques et Modernes Architecture - Beaux - Arts. January 21, 2001. Lot #s 1 - 217.
15-8648: HARRISON OF PARIS. - The Publications of Harrison of Paris. Autumn 1931.
11-1213: ACTION ARTISTIQUE DE LA VILLE DE PARIS. - Les bibliothèques parisiennes architecture et décor.
11-1214: ACTION ARTISTIQUE DE LA VILLE DE PARIS. - Action artistique de la Ville de Paris. Exposition 20 décembre 2002-4 mars 2003.
05-1213: PARIS, HAROLD, INTRODUCTION. - Harold Paris: Recent Work, 1974-75.
59-2375: PARISÿS. - Loan l'enfant Abbauillaeus.
54-0722: PARIS, REINE-MARIE. - Camille Claudel.
00-0447: MUSÉE D'ART MODERNE DE LA VILLE DE PARIS. - Fautrier, 1898-1964.
51-1614: BARBIZET & CO. DE PARIS. - Palissy Ware - Poteries Gengre Palissy par Barbizet, Paris, France..
11-0889: OPERA NATIONAL DE PARIS. - Compagnie invitee San Francisco Ballet.
15-1009: HARRISON OF PARIS. - Two Exceptional Publications (A Calendar of Saints for Unbelievers and A Typographical Commonplace-Book).
12-1371: INSTITUT D'URBANISME DE L'ACADEMIE DE PARIS. - Institut d'urbanisme de l'Academie de Paris. Année universitaire 1975-1976.
63-5380: THE AMERICAN LIBRARY IN PARIS. - American Library In Paris Celebrates Its Fortieth Anniversary This Year, 1920 - 1960.
19-0747: MUSÉE D'ART MODERNE DE LA VILLE DE PARIS. - Miró l'oevre graphique.
19-0777: PIASA PARIS. - Bibliothèques Philippe Zoummeroff: Importants Livres et Manuscrits Autographes. Mercredi 28 et jeudi 29 avril 1999 à 14h30.
54-1657: PARISH, JAMES ROBERT AND DON E. STANKE. - The All-Americans.
16-2471: ERNEST HEMINGWAY FOUNDATION OF OAK PARK. - Ernest Hemingway Wood Archives. Set #1. Volume 2 of 3.
16-3138: PARK. H. - Nouvelle Methode de traiter les maladies qui attaquent l'articulation du coude et du genou. uvrage traduit de l'anglois. First Edition
19-9542: PARK, RUTH BROWN; CROWELL, CEDRIC R. (INTRO.). - Book Shops: How to Run Them.
16-2472: ERNEST HEMINGWAY FOUNDATION OF OAK PARK. - Ernest Hemingway Wood Archives. Set #4. Volume 2 of 3.
16-2473: ERNEST HEMINGWAY FOUNDATION OF OAK PARK. - Ernest Hemingway Wood Archives. Set #4. Volume 3 of 3.
16-2474: ERNEST HEMINGWAY FOUNDATION OF OAK PARK. - Ernest Hemingway Wood Archives. Sections include Letters From Hadley Richardson to Ernest Hemingway; Hemingway Memorabilia; & Section 1, Cards Describing Manuscript Or Typed Material By EH. [Volume 1 of 3?].
65-0283: PROTÉGÉ OF DAVID PARK. - Telegraph Avenue in the style of the Bay Area Figurative School.
65-0282: PROTÉGÉ OF DAVID PARK. - Standing Woman the style of the Bay Area Figurative School.
65-0280: PROTÉGÉ OF DAVID PARK. - Mirror Image the style of the Bay Area Figurative School.
65-0279: PROTÉGÉ OF DAVID PARK. - Woman beside a wall clock in the style of the Bay Area Figurative School.
65-0278: PROTÉGÉ OF DAVID PARK. - Woman in a striped dress in the style of the Bay Area Figurative School.
54-1347: VIGELAND SCULPTURE PARK. - Glimt Fra Vigelands Anlegget I Oslo Glimpses from the Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo.
09-0478: BLUE MOUND PARK. - Blue Mound Park: Land of Sky [brochure].
12-1533: PARKE-BERNET GALLERIES, INC. (NEW YORK, N.Y.). - Modern First Editions and Avant-Garde. Faulkner, Hemingway, Steinbeck, the Beat Generation, Concrete Poetry, Black Mountain Poets, etc.
19-4651: PARKE-BERNET GALLERIES, INC. (NEW YORK). - Select Georgian Furniture & Decorations: Porcelains, Silver, Rugs, Miniatures. New York. January 24 and 25, 1958. Sale # 1801. Lot #s 1-432.
19-8884: PARKE-HARRISON, ROBERT. - The Architect's Brother, 1993-1994.
15-6446: PARKE-BERNET GALLERIES, INC. (NEW YORK). - Modern Paintings: Drawings, Watercolors. Various Owners. March 7, 1968.
15-5782: PARKE-BERNET GALLERIES, INC. (NEW YORK). - American Historical Manuscripts from the Stock of Edward Eberstadt & Sons.
05-1641: PARKE-BERNET GALLERIES, INC. - Modern Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture. Sale Number 2102.
60-0013: PARKER, K. T. - The Engravings of Hans Baldung Grien [electronic file]. With catalogue.
13-1188: PARKER, ROBERT AND JOAN. - Four versions of a "first draft" typescript of A Man Called Hawk, "Poison Snow".
10-0014: PARKER, MICAH. - Ornate Ketubah (Emanuel).
15-5441: JAMES F. BELL BOOK TRUST; JOHN PARKER (CURATOR); - The Strait of Anian. An Exhibit of Three Maps in the James Ford Bell Collection at the University of Minnesota, Portraying Sixteenth and Eighteenth Century Concepts of the Waterway Between Asia and America, Which Is Now Known as the Bering Strait.
15-7682: PARKER, OLIVIA. - Weighing The Planets.
10-0040: PARKER, MICAH. - Ornate Ketubah.
65-0126: PARKER, A. - Face (Abstract).
65-0124: PARKER, A. - Ankhs.
65-0125: PARKER, A. - Ankhs.
65-0088: PARKER, LAWRENCE L. - Winter Sun.
12-1643: PARKER, HERSHEL. - What Quentin Saw "Out There".
02-0307: PARKER, JEFF. - Dow & Frosini. A Frame Maker in Berkeley.
02-0308: PARKER, JEFF. - Sundance. A Performace Ski from Hexcel. Skis.
19-0859: PARKER, DEREK (EDITOR). - The Poetry Review Winter 197071 Vol. 61 No. 4.
15-3286: PARKER, DOROTHY; RALPH RAINGER. - I Wished On The Moon. [Sheet Music]. As Sung By Bing Crosby.
16-0125: PARKER, DOROTHY, OGDEN NASH, E. B. WHITE, ET AL. - The New Yorker Book of Verse: an Anthology of Poems First Published in The New Yorker 1925-1935.
12-0588: PARKER, JAMES (AFTER SILVESTER HARDING). - Mr. Parsons in the character of Alscrip in the Comedy of the Heiress.
16-1648: PARKER, DEREK. - John Donne And His World.
15-9749: PARKER, OBADIAH. - Deed & MS Letter from Obadiah Parker to Stephen C. Roe, October 29, 1836. Involving the sale of land in the Village of Lodi, NY.
62-0198: PARKER, AGNES MILLER. - Two prints [electronic file]. Reproduced from Fine Prints of the Year.
55-1179: HOWLETT AFTER PARKES. - Bennett's Hill, the Seat of William Hutton, near Birmingham.
55-1090: GREIG AFTER PARKES. - Stoke Castle, Shropshire.
55-1089: STEWART AFTER PARKES. - Middle Castle, Salop. (Shropshire.)
55-1088: STEWART AFTER PARKES. - The Leasowes, Seat of C. Hamilton, Esquire, Salop. (Shropshire.)
65-2593: PARKES, JAMES WILLIAM. - Evrei sredi narodov. Obzor prichin antisemitizma = Jews Amongst Nations. A Study of Causes of Anti-Semitism.
19-9058: PARKETT PUBLISHERS; CURIGER, BICE (EDITOR). - Parkett, Collaborations and Editions since 1984. No. 63. 2001. With Tracey Emin, William Kentridge and Gregor Schneider.
05-1928: PARKHURST GRAND HALL, ET AL. - 13 programs for stage productions of Moore and Burgess Program (2), On Change, Mazeppa, Mother in Law, The Silver King, The Popinjay, High Jinks, On Trial, In the Night, La Tosca, Cavalleria Rusticana and At the Villa Rose.
05-1214: PARKHURST, CHARLES, FOREWORD. - 1914: An Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture Created in 1914.
63-3912: DAVID U. STANAGE; NETTIE M. PARKHURST. - David U. Stanage, and Nettie M. Parkhurst, Married Thursday, March 29, 1888, Highland Park. San Miguel, Cal.
55-0774: WOOLNOTH AFTER PARKINS. - Cambridge Castle, Cambridge.
63-4722: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Typed Pages of Early Poetry by Thomas Francis Parkinson: Guillemott Cove, Washington (1949); Birthday View Opening (1957); The Autumnal Equinox (1945); Two Vineyards (undated); & Yeat's Grave: Drumcliff (Undated).
63-4694: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY). - TLS Carbon Copy Thomas Parkinson to Siegfried de Rachewiltz. February 14, 1971. RE: academics, John Montague.
59-4005: PARKINSON, ARIEL. - Ariel Parkinson. New Paintings.
63-4760: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Arlie J. Panting. RE: Response to Panting's letter after hearing Parkinson speak of the Beats on the BBC in 1958, mostly about Lawrence Ferlinghetti.
63-4759: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY). - Carbon copy of Typed Letter, Thomas Parkinson to Thomas F. Stovall, October 31, 1962. RE: Norman Podhoretz article "The Know Nothing Bohemians."
59-4006: PARKINSON, ARIEL. - Ariel Theater Works.
63-5064: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, January 30, 1985. RE: Oxford Congregation voting not to confer an honorary degree to Margaret Thatcher.
63-5063: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, December 23, 1975. RE: Parkinson celebrating their 27th wedding anniversary.
63-5062: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, [July 12, 1975]. RE: Parkinson & Chrysa's birthday present to Ariel.
63-5061: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, July 6, 1974. RE: Winters-Crane research.
63-5156: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondent Mrs. Neuwirth, January 6, 1958. RE: billing.
63-5155: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, January 28, 1975. RE: Amtrak, Art Institute of Chicago, architecture.
63-4868: UC BERKELEY DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH; THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - The Modernity of Yeats. The Department of English Annual Charles Mills Gayley Lecture 1968 - 1969. Thomas F.Parkinson, Professor of English, November 14, 1968, at Wheeler Hall, UC Berkeley.
63-4710: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Copy of TLS Thomas Francis Parkinson to Steve Vincent, March 28, 1974. RE: poetry, publishing, academia.
63-4729: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - To Restore Our Honor. (political essay) Five Typed Pages With MS Corrections.
63-5103: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, [ca. 1974]. RE: Gardening, poetry.
63-5121: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to his sister Catherine, January 26, 1958. RE: Reading University, Covent Garden, La Traviata.
63-5122: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TL Parkinson to his sister Catherine, [1958]. RE: National Gallery, Yeats; Kenyon Review.
63-5124: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - ALS to Parkinson from his sister Catherine, [1958]. RE: Through The Looking Glass.
63-5123: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS to Parkinson from his sister Catherine, [1958]. RE: The Nation, football.
63-5129: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondents Dodder and Doctoris, April 9, [1958]. RE: Aldermaston, England.
63-5127: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondents Joyce, Gordon, Ann & Jill, April 9, 1958. RE: The Nation, Aldermaston.
63-5128: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondents Dodder and Doctoris, [1958]. RE: Oxford, Chaplin, Fellini.
63-5065: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - ALS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, February 16, 1985. RE: William Butler Yeats letters.
63-5133: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondents Dodder and Doctoris, January 1, 1970. RE: discussion of Democratic politics, finding a candidate who can beat Reagan; Victoria and Albert Museum.
63-5132: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondents Dodder and Doctoris, October 1, 1969. RE: Arts Centre in York, Oxford lectures.
63-5131: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondents Dodder and Doctoris, February 10, 1958. RE: Allen Ginsberg, Reading lecture, National Gallery.
63-5118: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TL Parkinson to correspondents Ham & Mary, October 7, 1969. RE: Yorkshire's as distinct from Southern England; F. R. Leavis; Oxford lectures.
63-5117: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondents Mathias & Marlise, [1958]. RE: BBC, Stephen Spender, John Lehmann.
63-5116: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondent Travis, [1958]. RE: Guggenheim fellowships, Spender, BBC, Eugene O'Neill, Yeats.
63-5115: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondent Ruth, [1958]. RE: Aldermaston anti-nuke march; Yeats research, Spender, Montague.
63-5110: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Dossier On Academic Credentials of Hamilton A. Tyler, including a photocopy of a TLS from Parkinson, and a Bio-bibliography of Tyler.
63-5114: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondents Helene, Art, Kevin, Catherine, September 30, 1957. RE: Yeats research, Hampstead neighborhood, BBC, new Chaplin film.
63-5113: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Carbon Copy of TL Parkinson to correspondents Joan and Bob, with TLS from Joan to Parkinson October 22, 1957. RE: Princeton, Greece, Look Back In Anger.
63-5111: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Dossier On Academic Credentials of Thomas F. Parkinson for Contemporary Authors, addressed to Laura Holmes.
63-5067: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, [1962]. RE: Parkinson in Washington, DC, Philadelphia & NYC, MOMA, Guggenheim, publishers.
63-5074: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, September 4, 1974. RE: Eastman, SF Opera, Candide.
63-5073: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, July 16, 1974. RE: Guillemot Cove (near Seabeck, Washington).
63-5072: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, May 27, 1972. RE: Parnassus Press.
63-5071: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, August 2, 1967. RE: Van Flein, gardening.
63-5070: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, July 19, 1967. RE: Peter Selz, O'Hanlon.
63-5069: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, July 11, 1967. RE: That Hideous Strength, CS Lewis.
63-5068: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, July 13, 1967. RE: General Westmoreland, McNamara, McPhee.
63-5177: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON. - ALS by Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, Untitled Poem, For Thomas (Parkinson), November 17, 1979.
63-5175: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON. - TLS to Ariel Reynolds Parkinson from correspondent [Herm?], [ca. 1984?], (with a Photocopy of same). RE: Correspondent stayed in the Parkinsons' home, and writes up a treatment for a dramatic presentation with Classical Greek flavor.
63-5173: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - The Chickiad. For Chrysa's Birthday, 1969.
63-5172: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - For Chrysa. Christmas, 1984. Oxford. Typed Poem. MS note inked on verso: "Chrysa."
63-5096: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, February 11, 1985. RE: Tempest, ADF scholarship.
63-5095: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, February 2, 1985. RE: Collette, Kingdom Come.
63-5181: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON. - Post Card ALS by Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, to her family, January 30, 1973.
63-5180: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON. - Post Card ALS by Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, to her family, January 2, 1973.
63-5158: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Photocopy of TLS Parkinson to correspondent Gordon Eric Reynolds, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson's brother. January 25, 1985. RE: Gordon & Ariel's mother.
63-5159: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to Joyce & Gordon Eric Reynolds. October 1, 1957. RE: The Nation, Dublin literary research.
63-5169: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Post cards (5) to Thomas Parkinson from various correspondents 1980 - 1984.
63-5164: KATHY PARKINSON (ECKHOUSE). - Correspondence from Kathy Parkinson (Eckhouse) to her father Thomas Parkinson & mother Ariel Reynolds Parkinson & sister Chrysa, August 22 - September 22, 1984.
63-5161: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to correspondent Brigitte, July 15, 1974. RE: Art projects, travel plans.
63-5162: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - Photocopy of TLS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to Gordon Reynolds, February 4, 1985. RE: Laurel C. Reynolds, their mother.
63-5163: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Spirit Of The Cove. Ariel's Birthday, July 1969. Typed poem with MS addendum penciled in margins.
63-5165: CATHERINE PARKINSON. - ALS to Thomas F. Parkinson from his sister Catherine, [1956]. RE: family matters, Eisenhower.
63-5166: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - The Church of the Lesser Known Saints. Baptismal Ceremony & Two-Part Invocation. For Chrysa Parkinson.
63-5168: KATHY PARKINSON (ECKHOUSE). - Post cards (4) from Kathy Parkinson (Eckhouse) to her father Thomas Parkinson 1984 - 1985.
63-5167: KATHY PARKINSON (ECKHOUSE). - Post card from Kathy Parkinson (Eckhouse) to her mother Ariel Reynolds Parkinson June 15, 1964.
63-5184: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - ALS to Thomas Parkinson from his sister Helene February 4, 1985. RE: Chrysa's ballet success in England, fund drives, scholarships.
63-5035: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Academic Freedom In Theory And Practice. Reprinted from Proceedings of the 19th Annual Meeting, Philosophy Of Education Society.
63-5106: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (RECIPIENT). - TLS [from Vernon?] to Thomas Parkinson, April 13, [1971?]. RE: The Third Man, Van Gogh, Hitchcock.
63-5105: [PETER ORLOVSKY?]; THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS [Allen Ginsberg?] & Peter [Orlovsky?] to Thomas Parkinson & Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, May 29, 1971. RE: What The Blind Man Saw, Homage to Jack Spicer.
63-5101: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - ALS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, 1985. RE: Parkinson lecture on Ezra Pound & William Carlos Williams at Oxford.
63-5102: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Untitled Poem in MS, a birthday tribute by Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, [ca. 1975?].
63-5076: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - AL Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, September 13, 1974. RE: Paris, NYC, Tom Collins.
63-5066: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - ALS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, September 13, 1984. RE: Parkinson in Oxford, his daughter Chrysa taking dance at school in London.
63-5104: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson & friends at Seabeck, WA, [ca. 1974]. RE: updates on Berkeley, inquiries about the Kove.
63-5084: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, October 20, 1974. RE: Bay Delta project, Borges-Pomodoro Seven Saxon Poems.
63-5083: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, October 16, 1974. RE: architecture in Verona, ceramics, Ulysses, Madame Bovary, cuisine.
63-5082: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, November 2, 1974. RE: John Ford's Tis Pity She's a Whore.
63-5081: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, July 19, 1978. RE: financial letter.
63-5080: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, June 29, 1978. RE: UC Press, UC Berkeley English Dept. Letter sent to Thomas Parkinson in Ireland, returned to sender.
63-5079: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, September 30, 1974. RE: safely arrived in Verona, sculpture, publications.
63-5029: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Larry [Ziff] [ca. 1958]. RE: Fulbrights, Opera.
63-5028: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Larry [Ziff] [ca. 1958]. RE: Henry Miller, Yeats, BBC.
63-5030: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TL Thomas Parkinson to Larry [Ziff] [ca. 1958]. RE: National Gallery, Giorgio.
63-5031: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Henry [Rago?], November 15, [1958]. RE: Yeats, British Museum.
63-5038: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, Jan. 23, 1985. Photocopy of seven page Thomas Parkinson essay "Allen Ginsberg at 30 and 60" present.
63-5040: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - ALS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson. RE: Parkinson's trip to NYC where me encountered one of his former students, Joan Didion.
63-5044: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, August 27, 1958. RE: Parkinson in New England.
63-5046: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - ALS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, June 16, 1964. RE: family, Gelb biography of O'Neill.
63-5045: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - ALS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, November 26, 1963. RE: Parkinson realizing that his wife was pregnant with their daughter Chrysa Parkinson, a dance instructor currently based in Europe.
63-5047: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - ALS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, [1964]. RE: the baby (i.e. Chrysa Parkinson), O'Neill, Fitzgerald.
63-5049: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, July 3, 1965. RE: Auden, Jack Spicer, Allen Ginsberg.
63-5048: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, [1965]. RE: Poetry conference, Robert Duncan, Jack Spicer, Gary Snyder, Robert Creeley, Kenneth Anger.
63-5051: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, 1970. RE: Futurism, Ezra Pound, guns traced to Angela Davis, Black Panthers, Soledad.
63-5050: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, January 9, 1968. RE: finances.
63-5052: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, January 25, 1973. RE: family.
63-5053: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, January 28, 1973. RE: family, Berkeley politics "Radical coalition".
63-5054: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, January 31, 1973. RE: family, Berkeley politics, Parkinson explaining why he was not running for Berkeley City Council.
63-5055: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, February 4, 1973. RE: Ariel's painting exhibition opening, Parkinson sending his play to the publisher.
63-5056: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, February 9, 1973. RE: reporting the sale of Ariel's paintings, Berkeley politics.
63-5057: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, July 12, 1974. RE: family issues.
63-5058: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, July 21, 1974. RE: family issues, IRS, EPA.
63-5059: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, July 12, 1974. RE: letter on the occasion of Ariel's birthday.
63-5087: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, January 27, 1975. RE: etchings, Genoa.
63-5086: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, February 14, 1975. RE: Lincoln Center, Michelangelo.
63-5094: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, November 5, 1984. RE: Chez Panisse.
63-5093: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, January 30, 1985. RE: SF Ballet, Mendocino Art Center.
63-5092: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, [1975]. RE: poetry, gardening.
63-5091: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, July 20, 1967. RE: Bach. Illustration present.
63-5090: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - AL Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, November 13, 1984. RE: origins of the universe, "Purple Rain".
63-5089: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - AL Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, October 22, 1984. RE: Berkeley Ballet, Don Juan, "Juliet".
63-5138: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to Thomas Parkinson, November 20, 1984. RE: BCA (Berkeley Citizen's Action?).
63-5137: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, September 24, 1984. RE: Oakland Ballet.
63-5139: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to Thomas Parkinson, November 28, 1984. RE: BCA (Berkeley Citizen's Action?), Democrats.
63-5140: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to Thomas & Chrysa Parkinson, August 15, 1978. RE: letter written from the point of view of their dog Hrothgar.
63-5141: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to Thomas & Chrysa Parkinson, July 24, 1978. RE: letter written from the point of view of their dog Hrothgar.
63-5154: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, Dodder and Doctoris, October 3, 1974. RE: Art, architecture, friends visiting, cuisine.
63-5153: CHRYSA PARKINSON. - Chrysa Parkinson correspondence, academic material, and artwork sent to her mother Ariel Reynolds Parkinson and father Thomas Parkinson, [ca. 1970-1982].
63-5152: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Photocopy of TLS Parkinson to Peter Selz, April 4, 1985. RE: Gothic architecture.
63-5151: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - For Herb And Kathy At Their Wedding.
63-5150: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Photocopy of TLS Thomas Parkinson in character of his dog Hrothgar to Herb (his future son-in-law), September 10, 1977. RE: philosophy, their dogs Bomber & Hrothgar.
63-5149: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS with MS notes Thomas Parkinson to Herb (his future son-in-law) and Kathy, [1978], in the voice of their dog Hrothgar, concerned about Kathy and Herb's dog Bomber.
63-5148: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Photocopy of TLS Thomas Parkinson to Herb (his future son-in-law) and Kathy, February 16, 1978. RE: philosophy, their dogs Bomber & Hrothgar.
63-5146: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson & daugher Chrysa, [July 11?], 1982. RE: NYC Ballet, Richard III.
63-5145: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson & daugher Chrysa, August 1, 1978. RE: finances; rabbits.
63-5144: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson & daugher Chrysa, August 15, 1978. RE: Dublin, Vorpal Gallery in SF.
63-5143: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson & daugher Chrysa, July 15, 1978. RE: Clint Eastwood, Rembrandt.
63-5142: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, July 27, 1978. RE: compost; Ballet.
63-5192: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Photocopy of This Extraordinary Book with TLS Parkinson to correspondent David [E. Pesonen?].
63-5195: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Miscellaneous Correspondence with Family, Students and Colleagues [ca. 1957-1985].
63-5196: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Miscellaneous Press Clippings, Book Reviews, Offprints & other Academic-related Matter [ca. 1957-1985].
63-4689: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY). - TLS Carbon Copy Thomas Parkinson to Siegfried de Rachewiltz. RE: academics, Zagreb Poetry Festival.
63-4790: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY PROFESSOR). - Photocopy of TLS Thomas Parkinson To Congressman Cohelan, December 29, 1966. RE: Vietnam, Democratic Party politics, power of Congress to curb military spending.
63-5075: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - AL Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, November 18, 1974. RE: dinner guests from Italy, cuisine. Only first two pages present.
63-4999: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920-1992). - TLS (signed CC) Thomas Parkinson to John J. Geoghegan, October 30, 1963. RE: Robert Mann, Brautigan.
63-4979: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920-1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Robert Hatch (Editor, The Nation), [October], 1957. RE: Coventry, Sputnik, Blake.
63-4980: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920-1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Robert Hatch (Editor, The Nation), April 8, 1958. RE: Aldermaston.
63-5002: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920-1992). - TLCC Thomas Parkinson to Lewis P. Simpson (Editor at The Southern Review), October 5, 1969. RE: Ezra Pound, African writers.
63-5119: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Photocopy of TLS Parkinson to correspondent Evelyn, March 24, 1985. RE: Allen Ginsberg, Thom Gunn, Robert Duncan.
63-4963: EDWARD L. FEDER (UC BERKELEY ASSISTANT PROVOST); THOMAS PARKINSON (UC BERKELEY ENGLISH PROFESSOR, 1920 -1992). - Photocopy of TLS Edward L. Feder to Ralph Rader, March 6, 1978; & Thomas Parkinson to Feder, March 9, 1978. RE: The Late Professor Emeritus Thomas Parkinson.
63-4730: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Six Notes On A Poem By Issa, 113084. (Poetry in the style of Japanese Poet, Kobayashi Issa).
63-5125: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS to Parkinson from his sister Catherine, [1958]. RE: Dublin, Eugene O'Neill.
63-4983: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920-1992). - TL Thomas Parkinson to [John] Lehmann (editor of The London Magazine), April 23, 1958.
63-4801: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY PROFESSOR). - Carbon copies of Seven Typed Letters sent by Thomas Parkinson to various academic recipients (including Francis Warner) during 1969, when Parkinson was a guest lecturer at Oxford University.
63-5100: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, [ca. 1974]. RE: Parkinson addressing the possibility of getting into politics.
63-5008: HERMAN SCHEIN (PARNASSUS PRESS); THOMAS PARKINSON (1920-1992). - TLS Herman Schein to Thomas Parkinson, with photocopies of two TLS between Schein and Parkinson, 1970-71.
63-4869: R. N. GOJNUR (KARNATAK UNIVERSITY, DHARWAR, INDIA); THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Correspondence between Gojnur & Parkinson, October 1980 - February 1981, RE: Parkinson's evaluation of Shri P. J. Jacob's Ph.D. Thesis, "William Butler Yeats And Christianity."
63-4870: UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS; DORIS KRETSCHMER; THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Kretschmer to Parkinson, June 28, 1978; and Advance Contract for Yeats, The Greatest Modern Poet.
63-4964: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to [Frank] Wilson, November 4, 1957. RE: Cambridge, Yeats.
63-4666: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Carbon Copy of Typed Letter Thomas Parkinson to Mr. [Frank?] McCreary, March 29, 1958. Parkinson is suggesting consideration of Robert Duncan for the 1958 Shelley Award, which was bestowed upon Kenneth Rexroth.
63-4667: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Robert Collins, April 23, 1958. Parkinson discussing Yeats research.
63-5027: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Larry Ziff [ca. 1958]. RE: Steven Spender, Allen Ginsberg, BBC.
63-4968: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Jonathan Bayliss, May 8, 1957. RE: Parkinson's upcoming travels in Europe, Yeats. Bayliss was one of Parkinson's Yeats students, and moved to Gloucester, Massachusetts, where he would befriend and give public readings with poet Charles Olson.
63-5097: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, February 15, 1985. RE: costume design.
63-4744: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - The Dream In Poetry. Original MS notes for Essay by Parkinson.
63-4742: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - The Creative Function of the Junior College. Mimeographed copy of talk Parkinson gave, ca. 1966, with MS corrections.
63-4743: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Serendipity. Photocopy of typed essay with MS corrections. RE: Hart Crane's letters to Yvor Winters, Allen Tate, Shakespeare. Plus a 3 page review of the resulting book by Parkinson, Hart Crane and Yvor Winters, Their Literary Correspondence.
63-4750: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to Eleanor McKinney, Co-Founder KPFA. RE: Anti-nuclear protest in Aldermaston.
63-4748: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - The Waste Land. T. S. Eliot, Lecture #3. Typed with MS notes & corrections throughout. Incomplete document.
63-4749: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to Eleanor McKinney, Co-Founder KPFA, November 9, 1957.
63-4747: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Suggested Reading, English 130D, Summer 1967, Mr. Parkinson, UC Berkeley Department of English.
63-4746: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Untitled MS, likely the First Draft of The Dream In Poetry.
63-4745: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - The Dream In Poetry. Book Topics - April 17, 1963. Copy of Typed Essay with Introduction by Dr. S. P. Lucia.
63-4727: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - For Ariel, and For the 26th Year. Typed Poem, with original autograph by Thomas Francis Parkinson, December 23, 1973.
63-4728: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - How Does Humanity Stand It. (political essay)
63-4726: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Typed Draft of Poems in Thanatos: Poems On Death, by Thomas Francis Parkinson.
63-4725: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Printed Proof Sheet of Thomas Francis Parkinson Poetry, including Yeats's Grace Drumcliff, Rue du Palais Gallien: Bordeaux, Andalusian Village, and others.
63-4768: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Carbon Copy of Typed Letter, Thomas Parkinson to Professor Richard W. Jennings, Chairman of the Academic Senate, December 8, 1964. RE: Free Speech Movement.
63-4690: SIEGFRIED DE RACHEWILTZ; ARIEL & THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY). - Two Postcards Siegfried de Rachewiltz to Ariel & Thomas Parkinson.
63-4827: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Photocopy of TLS Thomas Parkinson to Arnold Shapiro, December 16, 1984. RE: evaluation of Professor Richard J. Finneran.
63-4763: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Nobuyuki Yuasa, March 1, 1958. RE: Yeats, BBC.
63-4766: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Richard Moore, Co Founder of KPFA with his wife Eleanor McKinney, January 26, 1958. RE: Yeats.
63-4769: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Typed Letter with MS Corrections, Draft of Speech Thomas Parkinson gave to the UC Berkeley Academic Senate, December 8, 1964. RE: Free Speech Movement.
63-5078: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, October 28, 1974. RE: publishing, studio, Chrysa's school.
63-5077: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - AL Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, November 3, 1974. RE: Paris, Milan, Eastman School.
63-5130: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondents Dodder and Doctoris, January 6, 1958. RE: Oxford, London Festival Ballet.
63-4687: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY). - TLS Carbon Copy Thomas Parkinson to Siegfried de Rachewiltz, April 9, 1970. RE: art, travel.
63-4686: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY). - TLS Carbon Copy Thomas Parkinson to Jackson Burgess, April 8, 1970. RE: publishing, academics.
63-4688: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY). - TLS Carbon Copy Thomas Parkinson to Siegfried de Rachewiltz, October 13, 1970. RE: academics, poetry.
63-5085: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, November 9, 1974. RE: prospectus, EPA, Venice.
63-5135: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, January 1, 1970. RE: essay on Ezra Pound.
63-4794: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY PROFESSOR). - Carbon Copy of TLS Thomas Parkinson to R. K. Meiners, July 12, 1967. RE: Robert Lowell, Wilbur, Longfellow.
63-4833: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Carbon Copy of TLS Thomas Parkinson to Miss Anne Yeats, March 31, 1958. RE: Parkinson inquiring about the possibility of UC Berkeley purchasing Cuala Press books.
67-0132: PARKINSON, THOMAS. - William Everson: An Anarcho-Pacifist Poet and Printer Emerges from Waldport, 1945-49.
63-4958: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TL Thomas Parkinson to Midu (Tel Aviv Correspondent), January 15, 1964, which is a response to ALS from Midu to Parkinson, Jan 1st [1964]. RE: Literature, science, research.
63-5032: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Henry [Rago?], [1958]. RE: microfilm, Queen's College, BBC.
63-4883: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Typed letters Thomas Parkinson to Larry Ziff, Jack & Jo [ca. December, 1957]. RE: visiting London, and Allen Ginsberg at the Beat Hotel in Git-le-Coeur, Paris.
63-4831: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Carbon Copy of TLS Thomas Parkinson to Georgie Hyde-Lees, November 5, 1957. RE: Frank Wilson, Cuala Press, Yeats.
63-4978: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920-1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Robert Hatch (Editor, The Nation), October 8, 1957. RE: Chaplin, Blake.
63-4832: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Carbon Copy of TLS Thomas Parkinson to Georgie Hyde-Lees, March 31, 1958. RE: Parkinson asking to see Yeats' manuscripts during his upcoming trip in May.
63-4981: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920-1992). - TL Thomas Parkinson to Karl Shapiro (Poet & Editor of Prairie Schooner), [October, 1957]. RE: discussing Parkinson's work for The Nation, and pitching ideas for Prairie Schooner.
63-4709: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - An Open Letter. March 29, 1974. Copy of TLS Thomas Francis Parkinson to Paul Foreman. RE: CCLM (Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines), NEA, poetry, publishing, academia.
63-4707: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Carbon Copy of TLS Thomas Francis Parkinson to Len Fulton (Small Press Review), February 23, 1974. RE: tensions between academia & poetry, Wallace Stevens.
63-4706: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TL Thomas Francis Parkinson to Jim [James R. Luguri?]. RE: Ferlinghetti, Ginsberg, Kenneth Rexroth, publishing poetry.
63-4731: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - There Was A Country In The Land Of Asia, Whose Name Was Viet Nam. (political essay) Ten Typed Pages With MS Corrections.
63-4732: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - On Tuesday, May 20, 1969, Berkeley, a city in the United States, a university town with many suburban dwellers as well as the faculty, staff, and students of the university, was attacked from the air by toxic gas from a helicopter. (political essay) Photocopy of Eight Typed Pages With MS Corrections.
63-4733: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - A Litany For The American People. (political essay) Photocopy of Six Typed Pages With MS Corrections.
63-4734: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - A Litany For The American People. (political essay) Draft with notes on page 6. Six Typed Pages With MS Corrections.
63-4735: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Une Litanie Pour Le Peuple Americain. (political essay) Four Typed Pages With MS Corrections.
63-4736: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Learning (political essay) Two Typed Pages With Parkinson's MS Corrections.
63-4737: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Courage Of Science. (academic essay) Seven Pages, MS in Parkinson's hand.
63-4738: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Letter From London. RE: the first of the Aldermaston Marches, anti-nuclear weapons demonstrations on Easter weekend, April 4-7, 1958.
63-4739: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - After Lorca. Review of Lorca: The Poet and His People by Arturo Barea; Poet in New York by Ben Belitt; After Lorca by Jack Spicer. Typed stapled pages with some MS notes. This review would appear in the Winter 1959 edition of Prairie Schooner.
63-4740: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Intimate And Impersonal: An Aspect Of Modern Poetics. Article from The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 16, No. 3 (Mar., 1958).
63-4741: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Fiction Without A Culture. Copy of typed draft, later published in New Orleans Review, Spring 1969. RE: Ishmael Reed, Norman Mailer, William Burroughs, et al.
63-4721: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Up Strawberry Canyon (political satire, sketch for a piece of "Moving Theatre"). With program for April 2, 1978 performance by The Berkeley Stage Company.
51-0545: PARKINSON, ARIEL. - Poster for Exhibition at Vorpal Gallery. Ariel Parkinson : paintings, drawings, costumes masks, set studies for past performances of the San Francisco Ballet and the San Francisco Opera.
63-4837: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Tom [Collins?], February 21, 1964. RE: IRA, Emily Dickinson.
63-5099: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - Three Postcards, ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, 1969-1974.
63-5004: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920-1992). - TLS CC Thomas Parkinson to Doris and Charles Muscatine (UC Berkeley Professor), May 14, 1970. RE: King Lear, Robert Lowell, Antigone.
63-5088: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to her husband Thomas Parkinson, July 11, 1978. RE: week spent in Idaho, LA County Museum.
63-5060: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, July 12, 1974. RE: Bay Delta Project, ABAG.
63-5157: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondents Allisons, October 11, 1969. RE: housing, painting.
63-4881: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Henry [Rago], [April] 10, 1958. RE: Thomas Gunn, Shakespeare.
63-4782: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY PROFESSOR). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Lawrence A. Harper. RE: Sports, Yeats, Kenyon Review.
63-4783: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY PROFESSOR). - TL Thomas Parkinson to Professor John R. Whinnery, March 16, 1965. RE: Obscenity in Literature.
63-4838: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Fern & Willard Edward Farnham, December 12, 1957. RE: Allen Ginsberg, Old Vic.
63-4839: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Fern & Willard Edward Farnham, October 2, 1957. RE: The Nation, Charlie Chaplin, Sartre.
63-5041: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson. RE: Parkinson in Ireland, arranging for a heater from London landlord Staehelines and meeting Mrs. Yeats.
63-5043: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - ALS Thomas Parkinson to his wife, Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, August 2, 1957. RE: Parkinson in New York.
63-5042: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to London landlord Staehelines, April 9, [1958].
63-5098: ARIEL REYNOLDS PARKINSON (1926 - 2017). - ALS Ariel Reynolds Parkinson to Michael Smuin, director of the San Francisco Ballet, October 16, 1984. RE: Romeo & Juliet, Tempest, Medea. Response written on a photocopy of a TLS from Smuin to Ariel.
63-5003: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920-1992). - TLS CC Thomas Parkinson to Betty and Fred Crews (UC Berkeley Professor), March 18, 1970. RE: Noam Chomsky, Oxford, Royal Shakespeare Company.
63-5126: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondents Joyce, Gordon, Ann & Jill, February 11, 1958. RE: Redfern Gallery, Sewanee Review.
63-5134: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - TLS Parkinson to correspondents Dodder and Doctoris, November 12, 1969. RE: York, St. Peter's College Oxford.
63-5136: KATHY PARKINSON (ECKHOUSE). - Correspondence from Kathy Parkinson (Eckhouse) to her father Thomas Parkinson & mother Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, November 3, 1984 & December 15, 1984, plus five pages of wedding vows & poetry by Gary Snyder and Thomas Parkinson.
63-4788: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992) (UC BERKELEY PROFESSOR). - Open Letter To Congressman Cohelan. Thomas Parkinson, December 16, 1966. RE: Vietnam, Democratic Party politics.
63-4856: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - The University of California Library lacks the following: (numbers as quoted from Allan Wade, Bibliography of Writings of W. B. Yeats, 1951. Yeats material published by the Cuala Press and Dun Emer Press.
63-4723: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Typed Pages from Thanatos by Thomas Francis Parkinson, with penciled comments from an early reader of the text.
63-4724: THOMAS FRANCIS PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Typed Draft of Thomas Francis Parkinson letter to Michael McClure, 82463,
63-4905: CALVIN HERNTON (OHIO UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR, ENGLISH DEPARTMENT); THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992).. - TLS Hernton to Thomas Parkinson, Undated. Photocopy of TLS Parkinson to Dean William Dorrill (Ohio Unversity) March 15, 1978. RE: guest lectures, fellowship.
63-5120: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920 - 1992). - Photocopy of TLS Parkinson to correspondent Professor Wheelwright [1958]. RE: Freud. Jokey Christmas greetings letter.
63-4977: THOMAS F. PARKINSON (1920-1992). - TLS Thomas Parkinson to Robert Hatch (Editor, The Nation), [September], 1957. RE: Thomas Parkinson pitching story ideas to Hatch.
63-5171: CHRYSA PARKINSON. - ALS Chrysa Parkinson to her mother Ariel Reynolds Parkinson, [ca. 1982]. RE: acceptance into LCD School [London Contemporary Dance].

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