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New on OASIS in June

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Finding aids for six newly cataloged collections have added to the OASIS database this month, among them a number of Edward Lear collections, including the illustrations for his beloved “Nonsense” books.

Lear, Edward, 1812-1888. There was an old man with an owl. MS Typ 55 (36)

Processed by Bonnie B. Salt:
Photographs, Printed Materials, and Manuscripts Concerning Puppets and Marionettes, 1858-2002 (MS Thr 959)

Processed by Hope Mayo and Caroline Duroselle-Melish, with the assistance of Bonnie B. Salt:
Edward Lear Drawings for A Book of Nonsense, 1861 (MS Typ 55)

Lear, Edward, 1812-1888. There was a young lady whose bonnet. MS Typ 55 (5)

Edward Lear Drawings for More Nonsense and Other Drawings, 1870 (MS Typ 55.1)

Edward Lear Drawings for An Original Nonsense Alphabet Made for Miss Lushington, ca. 1865 (MS Typ 55.3)

Edward Lear drawings of Central India, 1875 (MS Typ 55.5)

Edward Lear Drawings for Illustrations to the Poems of Tennyson, 1885 (MS Typ 55.7)

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