Category Archives: newly cataloged collections

The Adeline M. Leitzbach Papers: Part II of a Two-Part Series

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Hans Kleiber and the Natural Beauty of Wyoming

The magnificent scenery of Wyoming has inspired many artists, but Hans Kleiber’s work stands out for the medium he used to capture the mountains, wildlife, and people of the state. Kleiber’s art was often created with line only, etched on zinc or copper plates. From these plates prints were made. Occasionally the prints were tinted, but many said all they needed to with lines. Continue reading

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Cheramy Collection Cataloged

As a part of its ongoing online cataloging project, Toppan Rare Books Library is proud to announce that the catalog records for the Cheramy Collection are now available online through the Universities Libraries online catalog and through the global union … Continue reading

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Jackson Collection Cataloged!

Matt Francis, the new part-time rare books cataloger in the Toppan Library, has recently finished cataloging the Louise A. Jackson Juvenile Western Book Collection.  The collection contains one hundred and two Western children’s books from the late nineteenth and early … Continue reading

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