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Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts [Contact Us]
1860
Creator:
Bennett, Emerson, 1822-1905
Hamelin, John L.
Sebald, Hugo, fl. 1850-1870
Extent: 1 volume
Emerson Bennett’s Dollar Monthly was a monthly magazine of literature and fashion published in Philadelphia in 1860. The magazine was edited by the prolific author of westerns and romance novels Emerson Bennett with John T. Hamelin. After the initial year of publication Bennett withdrew from his editorial duties, and Hamelin remained as the editor of the newly named American Dollar Monthly. This collection consists of volume 1 of Emerson Bennett’s Dollar Monthly bound in a single volume, dating from January to December of 1860. The magazine contains short stories, poems, articles, illustrated plates, cartoons, needle and fancy-work patterns, and regular columns. This volume contains a long serialized piece by Bennett, The Mountain Lily; or, Adventures in the Wilderness: A Companion to “Prairie Flower”, which appears in every issue. Other stories and poems by Bennett and Hamelin appear, as well as by writers Wesley Bradshaw, S. Annie Frost, Lavinia S. Goodwin, Marie T. Hamelin, Belle Bush, and others.
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Emerson Bennett's Dollar Monthly
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Bennett, Emerson, 1822-1905 Hamelin, John L. Sebald, Hugo, fl. 1850-1870
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PUSp.AP85.Em356.860b
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University of Pennsylvania Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
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1 volume
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1860
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Emerson Bennett’s Dollar Monthly was a monthly magazine of literature and fashion published in Philadelphia in 1860. The magazine was edited by the prolific author of westerns and romance novels Emerson Bennett with John T. Hamelin. After the initial year of publication Bennett withdrew from his editorial duties, and Hamelin remained as the editor of the newly named American Dollar Monthly. This collection consists of volume 1 of Emerson Bennett’s Dollar Monthly bound in a single volume, dating from January to December of 1860. The magazine contains short stories, poems, articles, illustrated plates, cartoons, needle and fancy-work patterns, and regular columns. This volume contains a long serialized piece by Bennett, The Mountain Lily; or, Adventures in the Wilderness: A Companion to “Prairie Flower”, which appears in every issue. Other stories and poems by Bennett and Hamelin appear, as well as by writers Wesley Bradshaw, S. Annie Frost, Lavinia S. Goodwin, Marie T. Hamelin, Belle Bush, and others.
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Bennett, Emerson, 1822-1905 Hamelin, John L. Sebald, Hugo, fl. 1850-1870
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Magazine illustration--19th century Poems Short stories, American--19th century
Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts [Contact Us]
1851-2000
(Bulk: 1873-1992)
Extent: 6 linear feet (8 boxes)
Wolrd's fairs and expositions have been held internationally from 1851 and continue into the present. This collection comprises written materials, memorabilia, and, to a more limited extent, other materials such as photographs and musical recordings from or related to world's fairs and expositions that took place between 1851 and 1992. Most expositions recognized by the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) are represented, as well as many that are not officially recognized by the BIE. Some non-world's fair events are also represented to a limited extent. While events from around the world are featured in the collection, it primarily centers on expositions that occurred in the United States.
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Michael Zinman collection of World's Fairs and Expositions material
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PUSp.Print Collection 47
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University of Pennsylvania Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
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6 linear feet (8 boxes)
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1851-2000
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1873-1992
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Wolrd's fairs and expositions have been held internationally from 1851 and continue into the present. This collection comprises written materials, memorabilia, and, to a more limited extent, other materials such as photographs and musical recordings from or related to world's fairs and expositions that took place between 1851 and 1992. Most expositions recognized by the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) are represented, as well as many that are not officially recognized by the BIE. Some non-world's fair events are also represented to a limited extent. While events from around the world are featured in the collection, it primarily centers on expositions that occurred in the United States.
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1870s 1880s 1890s 1900s 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s
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California Pacific International Exposition (1935-1936 : San Diego, Calif.). Century 21 Exhibition (1962 : Seattle, Wash.). Century of Progress International Exposition (1933-1934 : Chicago, Ill.). Expo '74 (1974 : Spokane, Wash.). Exposition coloniale (1922 : Marseille, France). Exposition internationale (1937 : Paris, France). Exposition universelle (1900 : Paris, France). Exposition universelle et internationale (1958 : Brussels, Belgium). Golden Gate International Exposition (1939-1940 : San Francisco, Calif.). HemisFair (1968 : San Antonio, Tex.). Hudson-Fulton Celebration (1909 : New York, N.Y.). Jamestown Ter-centennial Exposition (1907). Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.). New York World's Fair (1939-1940 : New York, N.Y.). New York World's Fair (1964-1965 : New York, N.Y.). Pan-American Exposition (1901 : Buffalo, N.Y.). Panama-California Exposition (1915 : San Diego, Calif.). Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915 : San Francisco, Calif.). Sesqui-Centennial International Exposition (1926 : Philadelphia, Pa.). Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition (1898 : Omaha, Neb.). World's Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.). World's Fair (1992 : Chicago, Ill.). Zinman, Michael
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Advertisements Articles Audiovisual materials Brochures Exhibition catalogs Magazine illustration--19th century Memorabilia Photographs Postage stamps Postcards Printed ephemera Prints Sheet music Slides (photographs) Tape reels Tourist maps
Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts [Contact Us]
1843
Extent: 1 book
Miss Leslie’s Magazine was a monthly women’s magazine of literature and fashion published in Philadelphia from January of 1843 to July of 1846, when it was absorbed by Godey’s Lady’s Book. This book contains volumes 1 and 2 of Miss Leslie’s Magazine, dating from January 1843 to December 1843; each volume contains 6 issues. Eliza Leslie was a Philadelphia-born writer of popular cookbooks, children’s stories, and guides for women on domestic life and work. Miss Leslie’s Magazine incorporates Leslie’s recipes and instructions for maintaining a household with fashion plates, essays, and stories and poems from contributing writers such as N.P. Willis, Lydia H. Sigourney, T. S. Arthur, Park Benjamin, and Miss Leslie.
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Miss Leslie's Magazine
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PUSp.AP8 M6918.843m
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University of Pennsylvania Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
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1 book
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1843
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Miss Leslie’s Magazine was a monthly women’s magazine of literature and fashion published in Philadelphia from January of 1843 to July of 1846, when it was absorbed by Godey’s Lady’s Book. This book contains volumes 1 and 2 of Miss Leslie’s Magazine, dating from January 1843 to December 1843; each volume contains 6 issues. Eliza Leslie was a Philadelphia-born writer of popular cookbooks, children’s stories, and guides for women on domestic life and work. Miss Leslie’s Magazine incorporates Leslie’s recipes and instructions for maintaining a household with fashion plates, essays, and stories and poems from contributing writers such as N.P. Willis, Lydia H. Sigourney, T. S. Arthur, Park Benjamin, and Miss Leslie.
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Arthur, T. S. (Timothy-Shay), 1809-1885 Duval, Peter S., 1804 or 5-1886 Leslie, Eliza, 1787-1858 Sartain, John, 1808-1897
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Lithotints Magazine illustration--19th century Mezzotints (prints) Publications (documents)
Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts [Contact Us]
1865 July 8-September 23
Extent: 1 volume
Mrs. Grundy was a humor magazine published weekly from July 8 to September 23, 1865. Its staff included Dr. Alfred L. Carroll, Henry L. Stephens, Edward F. Mullen and C.D. Shanley, as well as contributors such as Thomas Nast. Each issue included articles, poems, jokes, letters to Mrs. Grundy, and illustrations. Most of the content centered around political and economic issues in New York City. This volume contains the entire run (twelve issues) of Mrs. Grundy, dating from July 8 to September 23, 1865. These issues were published weekly and generally contained: the title page drawn by Thomas Nast; a page of advertisements; short pieces, including poems, letters and articles; a full-page, unbacked cartoon, generally regarding a political topic relevant to the week, drawn by Henry L. Stephens; cartoons and/or illustrations; and jokes and mottos.
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Mrs. Grundy
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PUSp.AP85.M6918.865m
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University of Pennsylvania Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
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1 volume
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1865 July 8-September 23
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Mrs. Grundy was a humor magazine published weekly from July 8 to September 23, 1865. Its staff included Dr. Alfred L. Carroll, Henry L. Stephens, Edward F. Mullen and C.D. Shanley, as well as contributors such as Thomas Nast. Each issue included articles, poems, jokes, letters to Mrs. Grundy, and illustrations. Most of the content centered around political and economic issues in New York City. This volume contains the entire run (twelve issues) of Mrs. Grundy, dating from July 8 to September 23, 1865. These issues were published weekly and generally contained: the title page drawn by Thomas Nast; a page of advertisements; short pieces, including poems, letters and articles; a full-page, unbacked cartoon, generally regarding a political topic relevant to the week, drawn by Henry L. Stephens; cartoons and/or illustrations; and jokes and mottos.
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Magazine illustration--19th century Poems
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