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The professional and personal papers of Edwin Wolf 2nd

EW2

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Library Company of Philadelphia. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
Library Company of Philadelphia
Creator:
Wolf, Edwin, 2nd.
Title:
The professional and personal papers of Edwin Wolf 2nd
Date [bulk]:
1920-1988
Date [inclusive]:
1798-1996
Call Number:
EW2
Extent:
20 Linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
Edwin Wolf 2nd (1911-1991) was a librarian, bibliophile, author, historian, Franklin scholar, and a civic leader in Philadelphia. Wolf was Curator of the Library Company from 1953 to 1955, and then served as Librarian from 1955 to 1984. During those years, he led the Library Company though a period of rejuvenation, growth, and prosperity. The Edwin Wolf 2nd papers contain correspondence, research files, volumes, publications, photographs, and other records that document the education, career, and personal family life of one of Philadelphia’s most prominent bookmen during the 20th century.
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Biography/History

Edwin Wolf 2nd (1911-1991) was a librarian, bibliophile, author, historian, Franklin scholar, and civic leader in Philadelphia. He was born on December 6, 1911 to a German Jewish family in Philadelphia. His father, Morris Wolf, was a founding partner of the law firm Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen. Wolf attended the William Penn Charter School, graduated at age fifteen, and then went on to study at the Bedales School in England. Upon his return to the United States in 1930, he began working for Dr. Abraham Simon Wolf Rosenbach, a famous collector and dealer of rare books, where he learned bibliographical description and cataloging of rare books.

In 1943, Wolf left the employ of Dr. Rosenbach to join the United States Army and serve in World War II. Under the Army Specialized Training Program, he learned German, then was trained in Army intelligence. In 1944, Wolf was sent to Europe, where he was responsible for turning in Nazis with arrest warrants. He also spent part of his service recovering ancient and rare books (including copies of the Gutenberg Bible) that had been hidden throughout the German countryside for protection. Wolf left the Army in 1945 and returned to working for Dr. Rosenbach in 1946.

Upon Dr. Rosenbach’s death in 1952, Wolf joined the Library Company of Philadelphia as a consultant and advisor. He was tasked with surveying the contents of the building (the Ridgeway building at 900 South Broad Street) and make recommendations on the future direction of the Library Company. Wolf found that the institution’s collections were of significant research value, and recommended that the Library Company cease circulation of its holdings and become a scholarly research library specializing in American history and culture to 1880. He also suggested that the collections be cataloged and moved out of the Ridgeway building, which was in deteriorating condition. Wolf was hired to carry out this plan and was named Curator of the Library Company in 1953, and Librarian in 1955.

It was in this capacity that Wolf revitalized the Library Company of Philadelphia. He cataloged the institution’s holdings according to a classification system devised by Wolf to meet the unique needs of the institution and collection and sold duplicate volumes to earn money to increase the Library Company’s holdings and fill in collection gaps. In 1960, he petitioned the Orphan’s Court to sell the Ridgeway building so that the Library Company could build and move into a new building next door to the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

As Librarian, Wolf made great strides in promoting the Library Company through his Annual Reports (which showcased new acquisitions and the institution’s achievements) and curated exhibitions. He collaborated with the Historical Society of Pennsylvania and the American Philosophical Society to produce catalogs on the subjects of American agriculture, natural history, education, and philanthropy. Wolf’s efforts to revive the Library Company garnered notable donations of books and manuscripts, and also earned funding from grantors and individuals.

Wolf was also a prolific scholar, historian, and writer. His major publications include A History of the Jews of Philadelphia from Colonial Times to the Age of Jackson (co-authored with Maxwell Whiteman),  Rosenbach: A Biography (co-authored with John Fleming), and  The Library of James Logan of Philadelphia, 1674-1751. He served as associate editor for the volume  Philadelphia: A 300-Year History, and wrote and organized the picture book  Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City. Wolf was named Lyell Reader in Bibliography at Oxford University for the academic year 1985-1986. The lectures that he gave at Oxford (see the Lyell Lectures in Bibliography in Series IIIb) were developed into a book called  The Book Culture of a Colonial American City: Philadelphia Books, Bookmen, and Booksellers. The book  Library of Benjamin Franklin was published in 2006 (with Kevin J. Hayes), and was based on Wolf’s extensive research into the library of Benjamin Franklin, which he conducted over his entire career.

Wolf was comprehensively involved in the professional field of rare books and bibliography. He helped found the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries, served as President of the Bibliographical Society of America, served on the Board of the Free Library of Philadelphia, was a member of the American Philosophical Society and the American Antiquarian Society, was chairman of the Rare Books and Manuscripts section of the American Library Association, and received honorary degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and LaSalle University.

Wolf was also a civic leader and served with numerous organizations. In the 1940s and 1950s, he worked for the Community Chest, the United Fund, the Young Men’s and Women’s Hebrew Association, and the local Jewish Welfare Board. Wolf acted as President of the Jewish Publication Society of America, the National Foundation of Jewish Culture, and the Federation of Jewish Agencies of Greater Philadelphia. He was an early board member of Philadelphia’s chapter of Americans for Democratic Action. Wolf received the Philadelphia Award in 1982 for his service in the arts in Philadelphia (specifically the Mayor’s Cultural Advisory Board).

Wolf married Margaret (“Peggy”) Gimbel Dannenbaum in 1934, with whom he had three children. Peggy died in a car accident in 1964. In 1965, Wolf was remarried to Mary Paxson Matthews, who had four daughters, three of whom Wolf adopted. Edwin Wolf died at the age of 79 on February 20, 1991, at his home in Philadelphia.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Korey, Marie Elena. “The Wolf Years: The Renascence of the Library Company of Philadelphia.” Philadelphia: The Library Company of Philadelphia, 1984.

Van Horne, John C. “Edwin Wolf 2nd (6 December 1911-20 February 1991).” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 137, No. 2, June 1993.

Wolf, Edwin. “An Autobiographical Sketch Written in 1987 and a Bibliography of the Published Writings of Edwin Wolf 2nd.” Philadelphia: The Library Company of Philadelphia, 1991.

Scope and Contents

The professional and personal papers of Edwin Wolf 2nd houses the professional and personal records of Edwin Wolf 2nd, Curator (1953-1955) and Librarian (1955-1984) of the Library Company of Philadelphia. This collection, which dates from 1798 to 1996 (with bulk dates of 1920 to 1988), contains correspondence, research files, volumes, publications, photographs, and other records that document the education, career, and personal family life of one of Philadelphia’s most prominent bookmen during the 20th century. The collection is arranged into four series: “I. Personal papers, 1798-1991,” II. Professional records, 1899-1992,” “III. Scholarship, 1833-1996,” and “IV. Photographs by Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1970s.”

Series “I. Personal papers” dates from 1798 to 1991, with bulk dates of 1920 to 1948. This series documents Wolf’s time at the Bedales School in England, his time abroad during his service in World War II, and his family life. Records include photographs, school notebooks, a field notebook from his time in Europe, documenting perceived Nazi activity, and extensive correspondence between Wolf and his parents, between Wolf and his first wife (Peggy) and children, and between Wolf and friends and colleagues. Records also include volumes from Wolf’s personal library (including a family Bible, Wolf’s baby book, and books given as gifts by his colleagues at the Library Company) and honorary degrees awarded to Wolf by University of Pennsylvania and LaSalle University. This series is arranged into three separate runs of records. First in the series is a chronological run of general personal records, followed by a chronological run of volumes from Wolf’s personal library, and ending with a run of family records, arranged by family member.

Series “II. Professional records” dates from 1889 to 1992, with bulk dates of 1930 to 1985, and is broken into two subseries: “IIa. Professional correspondence” and “IIb. Professional affiliations.”

Subseries “IIa. Professional correspondence” dates from 1930 to 1985 and documents Wolf’s professional endeavors while working with Dr. Rosenbach and the Library Company of Philadelphia and contains mostly correspondence. Notable topics include various research projects and interests of both Wolf and his colleagues, appraisal and acquisitions, research services, and professional events and milestones. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Subseries “IIb. Professional affiliations” dates from 1889 to 1992, with bulk dates of 1931 to 1969. This series documents Wolf’s involvement with many professional and scholarly groups and civic organizations in and around Philadelphia. Records in this subseries include correspondence, reports, notes, pamphlets, meeting minutes, and reports and ephemera related to various professional organization and events. Included in this subseries are materials regarding membership to various scholarly organizations, the notes and reports from Wolf’s survey of the holdings of the Library Company and the Ridgeway Library in 1952, and the citation from Mayor W. Wilson Goode for Wolf’s service on the Mayor’s Cultural Advisory Council and receipt of the Philadelphia Award. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by organization.

Series “III. Scholarship” dates from 1833 to 1996, with bulk dates of 1945 to 1988, and is broken into two subseries: “IIIa. Talks and publications” and “IIIb. Research.” Researchers should note that there is significant overlap between materials and topics in these two subseries.

Subseries “IIIa. Talks and publications” dates from 1895 to 1990, with bulk dates of 1960 to 1988, and contains typescripts, notes, and research materials that document the numerous lectures and addresses given at various meetings, as well as many articles and book reviews. Subjects include the Eighteenth Century Short Title Catalogue, research on the libraries of notable figures in history (William Byrd, Benjamin Chew, Samuel Johnson, James Madison, Benjamin Rush), research on private and public libraries, notices and reviews of publications by Wolf, and correspondence regarding research requests. This subseries is arranged into separate runs of material. First are the talks and publications, followed by a run of additional research materials for talks and publications by Wolf. These first two runs of materials are roughly arranged alphabetically by subject, according to a legacy arrangement. Next is a run of correspondence related to Wolf’s talks and publications (subjects include offprints/reprints and research requests). Last in the subseries is a run of bound reprints of articles and books, mostly published by Wolf, with some published by colleagues. These include newsletters from the Bedales School and William Penn Charter School, yearbooks from summer camp, and articles written by Wolf for several publications, including the JPS Bookmark,  Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society,  The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, and  Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America. Researchers can find many of the published articles from the beginning of this subseries here.

Subseries “IIIb: Research” dates from 1833 to 1996, with bulk dates of 1945 to 1988. This subseries contains research files, notes, and correspondence relating to Wolf’s diverse research interests, including commonplace books, Benjamin Franklin’s library, and the Polock family. A major component of this subseries is Wolf’s research material and lectures delivered during his tenure as the Lyell Reader in Bibliography at Oxford University. These lectures form the basis for his book The Book Culture of a Colonial American City: Philadelphia Books, Bookmen, and Booksellers. This subseries also contains a run of autographed reprints and offprints from fellow bibliographic scholars and writers, including Whitfied J. Bell, Jr., David Vieth, and Justin G. Turner. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by subject, and chronologically within each subject. The autographed reprints and offprints follow and are arranged alphabetically by publication. Researchers should note that the majority of Wolf’s material on the Polock papers are not physically integrated within this collection; they were processed separately and are not housed with the rest of the Wolf papers.

The final series, “IV. Photographs by Edwin Wolf 2nd,” dates from the 1970s, and contains photographic prints, negatives, contact sheets, and notes from a photography class taken by Wolf. Subjects include landscapes, portraits and candid shots of people, and self-portraits. The materials are arranged by format. Although the subjects of the photographs do not relate directly to Wolf’s tenure at the Library Company, they offer a glimpse into his personal artistic interests towards the end of his life.

The Professional and personal papers of Edwin Wolf, 2nd documents the professional, personal, and civic life of one of the country’s most eminent book scholars, and his diverse research interests in the libraries of many prominent historical figures (including Benjamin Franklin and James Logan), the Polock family, the 1708 Philadelphia charter, the history of the Jews in Philadelphia, book culture in America and colonial Philadelphia, printing and books, and provenance of books. The personal correspondence in this collection provides rich documentation of Wolf’s time in the Army, both while training and while serving in Germany.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Library Company of Philadelphia,  2014 June 19

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Christiana Dobrzynski Grippe and Jessica Hoffman

Sponsor

The creation of the electronic guide for this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project.

Revision Description

 2014 July 29

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Archives with requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote or reproduce the material. Rights and Reproductions policies are available on our web site or from the Print and Photograph Department staff.

Provenance

Gift of Edwin Wolf 2nd 1988-1990.

Processing Information note

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project.

This collection was minimally processed in 2013-2014, as part of an experimental project conducted under the auspices of the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries to help eliminate processing backlog in Philadelphia repositories. A minimally processed collection is one processed at a less intensive rate than traditionally thought necessary to make a collection ready for use by researchers. When citing sources from this collection, researchers are advised to defer to folder titles provided in the finding aid rather than those provided on the physical folder.

Employing processing strategies outlined in Mark Greene's and Dennis Meissner's 2005 article "More Product, Less Process: Revamping Traditional Processing Approaches to Deal With Late 20th-Century Collections," the project team tested the limits of minimal processing on collections of all types and ages in 16 Philadelphia area repositories. A primary goal of the project, the team processed at an average rate of 4 hours per linear foot of records, a fraction of the time ordinarily reserved for the arrangement and description of collections. Among other time saving strategies, the project team did not extensively review the content of the collections or complete any preservation work.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

The Wolf Years: The Renascence of the Library Company of Philadelphia 1952-1984, by Marie Elena Korey. Philadelphia: The Library Company of Philadelphia, 1984.

Photographs of Edwin Wolf are available in the Print and Photograph Department and the LCP Archives.

Painting of Edwin Wolf on display in the Library Company first floor Cataloging Office.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Library Company of Philadelphia
Form/Genre(s)
  • Correspondence
  • Photographs
  • School records
Geographic Name(s)
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)
Subject(s)
  • Embossed bindings
  • Libraries
  • Lyell lectures in bibliography

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Collection Inventory

I. Personal papers, 1798-1991 (Bulk, 1920-1948) .

Box Folder

Various loose photographs, circa 1920-1930.

1 1

Various loose photographs and photograph albums, circa 1920-1930.

1 2

Correspondence: From Edwin to various individuals, 1926, 1927.

1 3

The William Penn Charter School: Programs, clipping, dance card, notes, draft of debate speech, and application to Haverford College, 1927, undated.

1 4

The William Penn Charter School: American History notebook, circa 1927.

1 5

Bedales School: Cricket, tennis, football, and lacrosse fixture cards, 1927-1929.

1 6

Bedales School: Playbills, 1927-1930.

1 7

Bedales School: Term reports, 1927-1930.

1 8

Bedales School: Photograph of Leslie Scott and envelope, circa 1927-1930.

1 9

Bedales School: Various writings and assignments, circa 1927-1930.

1 10

Bedales School: Notices, pamphlets, invitations, 1927-1930, 1932, 1934.

1 11

Bedales School: The Royal Life Saving Society instruction booklet, 1928.

1 12

Bedales School: Spring term fees receipt, 1928.

1 13

Bedales School: "Aliens Order, 1920. Certificate of Registration", 1928-1930.

1 14

Travel: Hotel bills, itinerary, White Star Line passenger lists, 1928-1931, 1943.

1 15

Bedales School: Exams, circa 1927-1930.

1 16

Bedales School: Latin notebooks, circa 1927-1930.

2 1

Bedales School: History notebooks, circa 1927-1930.

2 2

Bedales School: Greek notebooks, circa 1927-1930.

2 3

Bedales School: English essay notebooks, circa 1927-1930.

3 1
Map-case

Bedales School: Class photographs (oversize), 1928-1930.

1
Box Folder

Bedales School: Correspondence, 1929-1931.

3 2

Correspondence: Between Peggy and her parents, circa 1920s.

3 3

Correspondence: From Edwin to his parents, circa 1920s.

3 4

Travel: Menus, brochures, postcards, regarding Italy, Santo Domingo, and others, circa 1920s-1930s.

3 5

Bedales School: Class schedules for spring and summer terms, 1930.

3 6

Cigar box labels, circa 1930.

3 7

Correspondence: From Edwin to his family, 1930-1934, undated.

3 8

Library philanthropy: Receipts of gifts by Edwin to Franklin Institute, Free Library of Philadelphia, Library Company of Philadelphia, Philadelphia school districts, and J. C. Brown Library, letter from W. Earl Smith to H. Blum, facsimile of a letter written by John Adams, pamphlet list of materials desired by the Princeton Library, Research News of the Clements Library, letter from N. Taylor to Edwin, and book dealer contract (typescript) of Rosenbach representative Arthur D. MacCoy, 1933-1965, undated.

3 9

Collecting activities, Lord Nelson: Letters between Edwin and MacMillan and Company, P. Fitzhugh Stryker, James Normile, D. H. Coblentz, M. Butlin, Arthur Swann, John Carter, and J. Fairbanks (9 items), essay entitled “Four Letters From William Hayley to Emma Hamilton,” photographs of paintings related to Lord Nelson, Bruce Gimelson Autographs dealer catalogue, The First Hundred, clippings regarding Nelson/Hamilton love letters held at Free Library of Philadelphia, 1934, 1937, 1962-1968, undated.

3 10

Bedales School: Letter from B. H. Crumb to Edwin, appealing for endowment funds, and copies of Bedales Chronicle, 1935 June 9, 1958, 1961.

3 11

Financial records: Cancelled checks, 1937, 1938.

3 12

Financial records: Tuition receipts, household expenses, household inventory, 1937, 1942, 1984, undated.

3 13

Correspondence: To Edwin from J. Sloane, I. Schamberg, R. A. Hunter, J. F. Lewis, Frederick Goff, A. L. Sacher, and L. J. Rosenwald (25 letters, 1 postcard [3 without dates]), 1937 May 19-1967 January 1, undated.

3 14

Financial records: Various receipts, bills, notes, and stock and bond registers, 1930s.

3 15

Correspondence: To Edwin from various individuals, 1930s.

3 16

Correspondence: To Edwin from his parents, 1930s, undated.

3 17

Correspondence: From Edwin to his parents, circa 1930.

4 1

Correspondence: To Edwin and Peggy, circa 1930s-1940s.

4 2

Correspondence: To Edwin from various individuals, circa 1930s-1940s.

4 3

Correspondence: To Edwin from Babette, circa 1930s-1940s.

4 4

Correspondence: Wedding invitations, 1938-1942.

4 5

Correspondence: Christmas cards, 1938-1942, undated.

4 6

Correspondence: Between Edwin and Seymour Dribben (11 letters), 1939 November 27-1942 November 2.

4 7

Correspondence: Between Edwin and others, including Earle Haggerty, W. H. Sylk, Phillip Kind, Jr., Oscar Kind, Louis Levinthal, and Y. A. Schekter. Also includes grade card of Margaret Dannenbaum Wolf at Temple University and wills of Edwin M. Dannebaum and Gertrude Gimbel Dannebaum, 1940 January 5-1968 September 15.

4 8

Correspondence and other materials related to military service, 1940-1945.

5 1

Clipping regarding Rosenbach 16th century suit of armor donated to scrap metal drive, circa 1942.

5 2

Correspondence: From Edwin to his parents, 1943.

5 3

Correspondence: To Edwin from various individuals, 1943.

5 4

Change of address forms, 1943, 1945.

5 5

Correspondence: From Edwin to Peggy, 1943, undated.

5 6

Correspondence: From Edwin to Peggy, 1944.

5 7

Correspondence: To Edwin from various individuals, 1944.

5 8

Correspondence: From Edwin to Peggy, 1945.

5 9

Correspondence: From Edwin to his parents, 1945.

5 10

Correspondence: From Edwin to various individuals, 1945.

5 11

Military notebook, circa 1945.

5 12

Collecting activities, Lord Nelson: Letters between Edwin and H. S. Mott, D. Pollen, L. Rosenwald, S. Davis, A. H. Able, S. Moyerman, and Paul C. Richards (12 items), 1948 December 31-1963 May 21.

5 13

Library philanthropy: Letters to Edwin from Mrs. Marny Max-Muller, R. F. Metzdorf, W. L.Fox, and L. Massey, funding application for the Stephen Memorial Library, American Philosophical Society Committee on the 1974 library annual report, 1949 May 24-1964 February 12, 1975.

5 14

Correspondence: To Edwin from Peggy, circa 1940s.

5 15

Assorted clippings, circa 1940s.

5 16

Correspondence: To Peggy from various individuals, circa 1940s-1950s.

6 1

Assorted records: Book plates, poem, written sheet music, business cards, program from Gimbel Philadelphia Award luncheon, circa 1940s-1960s.

6 2

Correspondence: Between Edwin and others, including Lessing J. Rosenwald and W. Annenberg (7 letters), 1949 October 27-1950 December 14.

6 3

Correspondence: To Edwin from various individuals, 1950.

6 4

Americans for Democratic Action: Meeting flyer, letters, and memoranda, 1950-1951.

6 5

Correspondence: From Edwin to his parents, 1952 July 4.

6 6

Blank stationery and stamps, 1955, undated.

6 7

Correspondence: Letter from Edwin to Mary, 1961 July 15.

6 8

Certificate from Massachusetts Historical Society and honorary degrees awarded by LaSalle University and University of Pennsylvania, 1965, 1981, 1982, 1992.

37 1

Correspondence: To Edwin from various individuals, circa 1960s-1980s.

6 9

Correspondence: To Edwin from various individuals (18 letters), 1975-1982.

6 10

Photograph of Edwin receiving honorary degree from LaSalle University and transcipt of the acceptance ceremony, circa 1981.

6 11

Correspondence: To Edwin from various individuals regarding The Philadelphia Award (58 items), 1982 February-May.

6 12

Watercolor painting by Joseph Powell, 1982 September 26.

6 13

Pamphlet for speaker series at Congregation Rodeph Shalom entitled "Jewish Moral Dilemmas for the 1990's", 1990.

6 14

Catalogue: "Books Printed at the Elzevier Press from the Library of the Late Edwin Wolf II", circa 1990.

6 15

Talk given by Jim Green at memorial service for Edwin Wolf II, 1991.

6 16

Correspondence: To Edwin from Marie Lou, undated.

6 17
Map-case

Reproduction prints of engravings, undated.

1
Box Folder

Writings: Incomplete pieces of fiction by Edwin, undated.

1 18

Writings: Fiction and poetry by Edwin ("Edwin's ancient writings"), etchings, undated.

1 19

Maps, annotated with crayon, undated.

6 20

Clippings (includes photocopies of Wolf's obituaries) and curriculum vitae, undated.

6 21

Realia, undated.

7 1
Volume

Personal library: L'Anti-Justine ou Les Delices de L'Amour, 1798.

1

Personal library: Lippincott's First Reader (pornographically extra-illustrated), 1911, 1981.

2

Personal library: Baby book, 1911-1913.

3

Personal library: In Memory of Minnie Hirsh, 1868-1923, 1923.

4
Box Folder

Personal library: The Blake-Linell Accounts in the Library of Yale University, 1943.

7 2
Volume

Personal library: Family Bible, 1955.

5

Personal library: Oeuvres, by Francoise Villon, 1973.

6
Box Folder

Personal library: Three Quarters of a Centennial, 1986 December 6.

7 3
Volume

Personal library: "The Donald F. Hyde Award of Princeton University" gift book, 1988.

7
Box

Personal library: Catalogue of Edwin Wolf's collection of classical literature, including printed inventory and index cards, circa 1990.

39

Family: Certificate for 50 shares of Specie Bass Mining Company, 1867 May 9.

7 4

Family: Art projects by the Wolf children, circa 1945.

7 5

Family: Pencil and crayon drawing, undated.

7 6

Family, Edwin Wolf I: Letters, photographs, notebook, 1878, 1890, undated.

6 7

Family, Morris Wolf: Invitations and letter, 1910, undated.

7 8

Family, Morris Wolf: Letter from W. J. Deacon, 1928 August 1.

7 9

Family, Morris Wolf: Clippings and obituaries of Edwin Wolf I, 1934, 1955.

7 10

Family, Morris Wolf: Log of family expenses, 1935-1936.

7 11

Family, Morris Wolf: Eulogy and executor certificate for Rose Hirsh Wolf, 1951, undated.

7 12

Family, Morris Wolf: Speech given in honor of Morris Wolf's 80th birthday, 1973 August 20.

7 13

Family, Morris Wolf: Photographs, undated.

7 14

Family, Morris Wolf: Poetry, plays, and other writings, undated.

7 15

Family, Morris Wolf: Sketches of family crests, undated.

7 16

Family, Margaret Dannenbaum Wolf: Painted glass slides, report cards from Oak Lane Country Day School and Bryn Mawr College, letters and exam results from Temple University, 1960-1962.

8 1

Family, Margaret Dannenbaum Wolf: Notes on wartime first aid training, interrogatories regarding car accident, 1942, 1964.

8 2

Family, Ellen Wolf: Report card, 1960.

8 3

II. Professional records, 1889-1992 (Bulk, 1930-1985) .

IIa. Professional correspondence, 1930-1985.

Box Folder

Adams, Randolph: 2 letters and a sketch between Edwin and Adams regarding Cotton Mather, 1933 May 20, 1933 October 6.

8 4

Adhemar, Jean: To Edwin, 1949 January 20.

8 5

Alden, John: 3 letters between Edwin and Alden regarding Edwin's article “Franklin's Way to Wealth” in Philadelphia Forum, 1949 March 21-April 8.

8 6

Babb, James T.: To Edwin, 1954 June 1.

8 7

Barker, Nicholas: To Edwin, 1972 September 1.

8 8

Barrett, C. Waller: To Edwin, 1957 November 1.

8 9

Blanck, Jacob: To Edwin, 1962 October 28.

8 10

Boorstin, Daniel: To Edwin, 1969 February 13.

8 11

Bowers, Fredson: 8 letters between Edwin and Bowers, 1947 April 11-1949 January 28.

8 12

Bowers, Fredson: 9 letters between Edwin and Bowers, 1949 February 1-1949 April 26.

8 13

Bowers, Fredson: 6 letters between Edwin and Bowers, 1949 April 28-1951 January 13.

8 14

Boyd, Julian P.: To Edwin, 1953 November 9.

8 15

Brigham, Clarence S.: 4 letters between Edwin and Brigham, 1953 January 30-1956 August 24.

8 16

Butlin, Martin: 2 letters from Edwin, 1974 June 26, 1975 March 25.

8 17

Carter, John: To Edwin, 1960 November 8.

8 18

Cushing, J. D.: 3 letters between Edwin and Cushing, 1969 October 24-November 8.

8 19

Dilworth, R.: 3 letters between Edwin and Dilworth, 1962 February 7-November 1.

8 20

Fainsod, Merle: 2 letters between Edwin and Fainsod, 1964 November 18, 1964 November 25.

8 21

Fishel, Richard M.: To Edwin, 1947 September 18.

8 22

Flower, Desmond: 2 letters between Edwin and Flower, 1937 September 25, 1937 October 21.

8 23

Goode, Wilson: To Edwin, 1983 May 13.

8 24

Goodhart, Howard L.: 5 letters between Edwin and Goodhart, 1941 September 25-1942 June 16.

8 25

Grove, Lee: 2 letters to Edwin, 1961 May 1, 1962 December.

8 26

Hakluyt Society: 4 letters between Edwin and Edward Lynam, 1938 June 3-1939 January 14.

8 27

Haney, John Louis: 2 letters between Edwin and Haney, 1949 March 30, 1949 March 31.

8 28

Hayward, John: 7 letters between Edwin and Hayward, 1959 July 10-1962 March 14.

8 29

Hellman, Geoffrey: To Edwin, 1963 February 12.

8 30

Hofer, Phillip: To Edwin, 1946 May 3.

8 31

Huff, William K.: 8 letters between Edwin and Huff regarding Edwin's article “Franklin's Way to Wealth” in Philadelphia Forum, 1949 January 19-1950 March 21.

8 32

Hunter, Dr. Richard: To Edwin, 1966 March 21.

8 33

Hyde, Donald: To Edwin, 1963 July 17.

8 34

Jackson, William A.: 8 letters between Edwin and Jackson, 1942 May 26-1963 January 21.

8 35

Leningrad Library: 9 letters between Edwin and Boris E. Skivirsky, Alexander Fleischer, and Beatrice Heiman, 1935 September 27-1943 September 29.

8 36

Library Company of Philadelphia: 25 letters between Edwin and the staff (mostly Marie Korey), 1978 August 13-1980 August 12.

8 37

Library Company of Philadelphia: Letters of congratulations to Edwin from C. K. Shipton, R. Hirsch, Sylvian M. Cohen, and M. Spector (4 items); letters from Wainwright regarding appointment to Library Company (2 items), 1952-1953.

8 38

McManaway, James: 2 letters to Edwin, 1943 March 16, 1943 September 29.

8 39

Munby, Dr. A. N. L.: To Edwin, 1971 December 8.

8 40

Oates, J.: To Edwin, 1962 August 27.

8 41

Parma, Valta: To Edwin, 1937 October 28.

8 42

Pantzer, Katherine F.: To Edwin, 1970 June 26.

8 43

Perrin, A. L.: 2 letters to Edwin, 1959 June 14, undated.

8 44

Phillips, Benjamin (Librarian of Allegheny College): To Edwin with a quotation from a manuscript appended concerning the London Antiquary Society, 1963 January 15.

8 45

Powell, John H.: 2 letters to Edwin, 1964 August 4, undated.

8 46

Randall, David A.: To Edwin, 1962 July 27.

8 47

Ray, Gordon N.: 3 letters to Edwin, 1962 June 22, 1965 February 23, 1965 March 2.

8 48

Rosenwald, Lessing J.: To Edwin, 1941 May 29.

8 49

Stern, Thomas: Carbon typescript of Edwin's “How Francis (the Mule) Was Born,” letters between Edwin and Alan Kempner, and letters between Edwin and David and Thomas Stern, 1945 April 30, 1946 February 28-December 19.

8 50

Stern, Thomas: 12 letters between Edwin and Stern regarding Edwin's “How Francis (the Mule) Was Born”, 1947 April 14-1948 October 8.

8 51

Streeter, Thomas W.: 3 letters between Edwin and Streeter, Anna E. Dougherty, and Charles C. Mish, 1945 June 22-1946 March 4.

8 52

Thompson, Lawrence S.: To Edwin, 1970 October 8.

8 53

Tighe, Benjamin: To Edwin, 1969 June 30.

8 54

Tuchman, Barbara: 3 letters to Edwin, 1984 March 30-1985 September 3.

8 55

Valguarnera, Conrad: 2 letters between Rosenbach Company and Valguarnera concerning research services, 1936 October 20, 1930 October 22.

8 56

Wagner, Henry R.: 2 letters between Edwin and Wagner, 1939 July 18, 1939 August 8.

8 57

Wainwright, Nicholas B.: Letter concerning the memorial written by Edwin for A. S. W. Rosenbach in The Library Chronicle, XIX, 45-50, 1953.

8 58

White, Gilbert: 3 letters between Edwin and Gilbert White regarding offering a course in bibliography at Haverford College, 1948 May 10-November 12.

8 59

White, Gilbert: To Edwin, 1952 July 2.

8 60

Wolf, Thomas: 2 letters to Edwin, 1966 February 16, 1966 February 22.

8 61

Wroth, Lawrence C.: To Edwin, 1943 January 25.

8 62

Wylie, J. C: Letters between Edwin and Wylie, photograph from the 1949 meeting of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1948 July 21-1953 March 24.

8 63

Assorted professional correspondence, 1977, 1982-1984.

8 64

Miscellaneous persons: 17 letters between Edwin and J. T. Babb, J. Rosenwald, M. J. McKosker, M. Merrell, Wm. H. McCarthy, Madeline Boyd, H. M. Bond, C. A. Stonehill, Henry S. Savage, and W. H. Blumenthal, 1932 November 9-1957 October 23.

8 65

Miscellaneous persons: Letters between Edwin and W. L. Fox, J. Whitehill, and E. J. Humeston; schedule for the American Society of Appraisers meeting; invitation to a talk by Edwin at the City History Society of Philadelphia, 1958 April 17-1961 April 1, 1958 April 19, 1958 April 22.

8 66

Miscellaneous persons: 17 letters between Edwin and J. David Stern, W. N. Francis, A. D. Wainwright, E. J. Wessen, R. N. Williams, and George Vaux, 1961 April 28-1970 November 16.

8 67

IIb. Professional affiliations, 1889-1992 (Bulk, 1931-1969) .

Box Folder

The American Antiquarian Society: Program for lecture and demonstration by Ricky Jay, 1990.

8 68

The American Philosophical Society: 1949 Library Bulletin, 1949.

8 69

The American Philosophical Society: Correspondence regarding membership, 1974 April-May.

8 70

The American Philosophical Society: Materials regarding Edwin's trip to the 1980 combined meeting of the American Philosophical Society and the Royal Society (12 items), 1980 March-May.

8 71

American Printing History Association: Award acceptance speech, 1988.

8 72

The Athenaeum of Philadelphia: Meeting minutes and other records (7 items), 1961 December 18-1971 October 21.

8 73

The Athenaeum of Philadelphia: Meeting minutes and other records (8 items), 1969 May 13-1971 January 14.

8 74

Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia: Member list, 1952 July.

9 1

Bicentennial: 5 letters between Edwin and A. B. Lipkin, M. L. Forer, B. Dale Davis, Mrs. D. Slade, and S. M. Cohen; manuscript of an article entitled “A Bicentennial Hailing 1776 Ideals Urged,” The Evening Bulletin; facsimile of the Declaration of Rights made by the colonial Virginia legislators, 1970 December 12-December 24, undated.

9 2

Community Free Library Association: Bookmark; address by R. D. Compton on assuming the Presidency of the association; 2 letters to Edwin from R. D. Compton; list of Board of Directors; photostat of "Goals for National Library Week in Pennsylvania, 1961", 1961, undated.

9 3

Elkins Park Free Library: Letter calling for community support; accounts for 1958, 1958 May.

9 4

Franklin Inn Club: 11 letters between Edwin and John Lewis, Russel Smith, J. A. McKaugham, Graeme Lorimer, and J. McCosker, 1947 June 2-1949 March 22.

9 5

Franklin Inn Club: Letters between Edwin and John F. Lewis, M. K. Whitehead, E. S. Gifford, D. Dale Davis, M. K. Whiteleather, R. Spiller, and C. C. Bowman; addresses to members by Claude C. Bowman [Christmas Lunch, 1959], and Edwin [William Waite Dinner, 19 January 1962]., 1953 February 23-1969 February 5, 1959 December, 1962 January 19.

9 6

Franklin Institute: Certificate of membership, 1954 September.

9 7

Free Library of Philadelphia: 9 letters between Edwin and E. H. Erskine, Emerson Greenaway, J. S. Clark, and J. F. Lewis regarding Edwin's tenure on the Board of Directors, 1946, 1952-1953.

9 8

Friends of the Free Library and Baltimore Bibliophiles: Letters to Edwin from Mrs. R. McCoy and Frank N. James, 1960 December 10, 1960 December 22.

9 9

The Grolier Club of New York: Letters between Edwin and E. Naumberg, A. Davidson, C. Waller Barrett, and F. M. A. McCorison; invitation from the Houghtons and Hydes; plan and program for 75th Anniversary Excursion, 1959 January 21-1965 September 23, undated.

9 10

The Grolier Club of New York: Invitations, programs, notes regarding various events in London, England, 1959 April-1959 May.

9 11

Guggenheim Fellowhip: Acknowledgement of receipt of Edwin's application; list of 1957 appointments; letters to Edwin from H. Allen Moe, Gordon N. Ray, and Josephine Leighton, circa 1957, 1961 March 31, 1961 April 21, 1961 June 8.

9 12

J. C. Brown, Library Associates: Letter to Edwin from R. Dechert; “The Century of Wise Scholarship” by Marjorie Jones, reprinted from Pembroke Alumna, 1963 January, undated.

9 13

Library Company of Philadelphia: Anniversary memorabilia, including Last Will and Testament of James Rush, title page to original articles of association, 204th and 205th annual reports, letters to shareholders, 1889, 1894, 1935, 1936, 1937 October 7, 1939 April 8.

9 14

Library Company of Philadelphia: Anniversary memorabilia, including letters to members and shareholders, 200th anniversary report, guide to exhibition of bicentennial celebration, Bulletin of the Library Company of Philadelphia, 1929 April 24, 1931, 1932 April 21, 1933 April-June, 1935.

9 15

Library Company of Philadelphia: "Notes on the concept and operation of the Rare Book Collection, in re the Library Company of Philadelphia" report, 1952 August 20, undated.

9 16

Library Company of Philadelphia: Notes and reports regarding surveys of the Ridgeway Library and the collections of the Library Company of Philadelphia, 1952, 1953, undated.

37 2

Library Company of Philadelphia: Correspondence regarding Philadelphia Asylum Plate, 1974.

9 17

Library Company of Philadelphia: Guestbook for "A Pride of Acquisitions, 1953-1978", 1978 March 3.

9 18

Library Company of Philadelphia: "Library Company of Philadelphia as a museum" notes and transcriptions, circa 1980s, undated.

9 19

Library Company of Philadelphia: Certificate from Governor Robert P. Casey to the Library Company for 250th anniversary, 1992 March 25.

37 3

Library Company of Philadelphia: Reproductions of map prints, undated.

37 4

Manuscript Society: Letter to Edwin from D. H. Coblentz, 1962 October 25.

9 20

The Modern Language Association of America: Letters between Edwin and P. W. Long and Lynam R. Bradley, 1942 September 22, 1942 September 23.

9 21

National Geographical Society: Certificate of election, 1920 November 13.

9 22

New Jersey Library Association: Letters between Edwin and Frederick T. Davies, F. T. Davies, Edna Miriam (Hoopes), Otto Eisenschiml, and H. B. Hough; application for the Saint David Society, 1938 April 4-April 21.

9 23

Penn Athletics Club: 5 letters between Edwin and Mrs. Lewis Gibbs, 1941 October 31-November 19.

9 24

Philadelphia, City of: Citation form Mayor W. Wilson Goode to Edwin Wolf II for service on Mayor's Cultural Advisory Council, 1985 November 13.

37 5

Philadelphia Metropolitan Library Council: 3 letters between Edwin and C. W. David, 1942 February 28-April 22.

9 25

The Philobiblon Club: Letters to Edwin from A. S. W. Rosenbach and J. H. Powell, 1933 December 9, 1953 January 17.

9 26

The Philobiblon Club: Speech delivered by George Allen (President) in honor of Edwin Wolf II, 1987.

37 6

The Philobiblon Club: “In Honor of EW2," address given by George Allen, 1987.

9 27

Princeton Print Club: Invitation and membership card, 1941 May 19.

9 28

Clippings on the Rosenbach collection, 1943 December 22.

9 29

Rosenbach Fellowship: University of Pennsylvania News Bureau release regarding reciept of the award by Edwin, circa 1963.

9 30

Sesquicentennial Committee: Copy of the minutes from the 1971 September 8 meeting, undated.

9 31

Society of American Historians: Letter to Edwin from Coutland Canby; brochure announcing a new publication, Magazine of World History, 1950 May 18, undated.

9 32

University of Pennsylvania: Announcement and brochure for the 1967 April 22-27 antique show, 1967.

9 33

University of Pennsylvania Library and Mrs. Theodore Dreiser: 12 letters between Edwin and C. W. David concerning various matters, especially the final acquisition of the Dreiser collection by the Van Pelt Library Rare Book Room, 1949 February 22-December 28.

9 34

University of Pennsylvania Press: Letter to Edwin from J. Barnheim; accounts of press for 1967-1969; past guidelines for future press operation; report of the University Press Council, 1968 October 22, 1969 June 20, undated.

9 35

Poster for event at Mather House, 1985.

37 7

Miscellaneous civic activities: Reports on “History of Philadelphia” project and Cultural Recreation Task Force; citation for work with the Mayoral Cultural Advisory Council; letter to Edwin from the U.S. Department of Interior and accompanying The Restoration and Refurbishing of the First Floor of Independence Hall, 1954 September 27, 1972, 1984.

9 36

Miscellaneous organizations: Letters, bulletins, and schedules relating to Art Alliance, Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Cotillion, Colophon, Philmont Country Club, Antiquarian Booksellers of Philadelphia, Conference on American Colonial History, Radcliffe College, Philadelphia Arts Festival, Cosmopolitan Club, Committee of Humanities and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Bibliographical Society of America, American Association for the History of Medicine, Rare Books and Manuscripts Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries, 1935 April 19-1988 June 14.

9 37

Miscellaneous organizations: 8 letters relating to The Smithsonian, American Antiquarian Society, Library of Congress, Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Club, PENN Club, U.S. Department of the Interior, and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1975 August 6-1983 November 29.

9 38

Miscellaneous organizations: Letters to Edwin from L. M. C. Smith, R. Hirsch, and G. S. McManus, 1952 April 16, 1953 April 4, 1953 June 7.

9 39

III. Scholarship, 1833-1996 (Bulk, 1945-1988) .

IIIa. Talks and Publications, 1895-1990 (Bulk, 1960-1988) .

Box Folder

Talk: "Spoon Feeding Researchers", 1963.

10 1

Talk: "Dear Sir or Madam", 1984 November 15.

10 2

Publication: "America's First Museum", 1981 August.

10 3

Talk: "Books as Physical Objects", 1978.

10 4

Talk: "Chestnut Street: The Metamorphosis of a Rialto", undated.

10 5

Talk: Untitled (on poetry), 1976 May.

10 6

Talk: Untitled (on William Blake), 1957.

10 7

Publication: "Blake Exhibitions in America", 1957.

10 8

Publication: Book reviews of Major Writers of Early American Literature and  Men of Letters in Colonial Maryland, 1972.

10 9

Publication: Book review of John Carter Brown Library, The, 1972.

10 10

Talk/Publication: "Black Americana: A New World of Books", 1976.

10 11

Talk: "Bibliolatry Has Its Own Trinity", 1966 July 13.

10 12

Publication: "Exhibition of the Books Printed, Published and Bound by Robert Aitken, An", 1961 January 10.

10 13

Publication: "Broad Street", 1978.

10 14

Publication: "First Draft of the Constitution, The", 1962 September.

10 15

Publication: "By Love Possessed" (letter), 1957 October 1.

10 16

Talk/Publication: "Creating An Image", 1986 April.

10 17

Talk: "Decorating the Mind", circa 1961.

10 18

Talk: "Decorating the Mind", 1975 February.

10 19

Talk/Publication: "John Dickinson, Forgotten Patriot", 1968.

10 20

Talk: "Watercolors of Benjamin Ridgeway Evans", 1976.

10 21

Talk/Publication: "Evidence Indicating the Need for Some Bibliographical Analysis of American-Printed Historical Works", 1969.

10 22

Publication: "The Library Company's Air-Pump", undated.

10 23

Publication: "Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's Library: An Unorthodox Jigsaw Puzzle", 1962.

10 24

Publication: "Benjamin Franklin", undated.

10 25

Publication: "Flock of Beautiful Birds, A: The Ornithological Collection of Louise Elkins Sinkler", 1977.

10 26

Publication: "Library of Allegheny College (Meadville, Pa.), The" (1 of 2), circa 1963.

10 27

Publication: "Library of Allegheny College (Meadville, Pa.), The" (2 of 2), circa 1963.

10 28

Publication: "Year After Franklin's Year, The", 1957.

10 29

Talk/Publication: "Franklin's Philadelphia Institutions", 1980.

10 30

Publication: "Key to the Identification of Franklin's Books, A", 1956.

10 31

Publication: "'Doctor' Franklin", 1963.

10 32

Talk/Publication: "We Are a Kind of Posterity in Respect to Them", 1986, 1988.

11 1

Talk/Publication: "Sundry Printed Books", 1986, 1988.

11 2

Talk/Publication: "Lawyers and Law Books", 1986, 1988.

11 3

Talk/Publication: "Books For Large People and Small", 1986, 1988.

11 4

Talk/Publication: "They Lived History", 1986, 1988.

11 5

Publication: "Frustration and Benjamin Franklin's Medical Books", 1986.

11 6

Publication: "Private Franklin, The: The Man and His Family", 1976.

11 7

Publication: "German Jewish Influence on Philadelphia's Jewish Charities", 1983.

11 8

Publication: "Origins of Early American Printing Shops", 1978 July.

11 9

Publication: "Historical Grist for the Bibliographical Mill", 1972.

11 10

Talk/Publication: "In the Eye of the Beholder: European Book Illustrations of North America", undated.

11 11

Talk/Publication: "Philadelphia Disappointed", circa 1951.

11 12

Publication: "Library of Ralph Assheton", 1964.

11 3

Publication: "Library of a Philadelphia Judge", 1959.

11 14

Publication: "History of the Book in America", 1987.

11 15

Publication: "Great American Book Collectors to 1800", 1971 June.

12 1

Publication: "Library of Edward Lloyd, VI", 1969.

12 2

Publication: "Library Company of Philadelphia, The", 1984.

12 3

Talk: "James Logan", 1973 January.

12 4

Publication: "James Logan of Stenton", 1960.

12 5

Publication: "James Logan, Scholarly Bookman", undated.

12 6

Talk: "James Logan", 1974.

12 7

Publication: "James Logan (1674-1751)", 1983.

12 8

Publication: "James Logan, Bookman Extraordinary", 1967.

12 9

Publication: "James Logan's Correspondence with William Reading, Librarian of Sion College (London)", 1967.

12 10

Publication: "Some Books of Early English Provenance in the Library Company of Philadelphia", 1960.

12 11

Talk/Publication: "James Logan, Colonial Philadelphia's Greatest Bookman", undated.

12 12

Talk: "James Logan", undated.

12 13

Publication: "Libraries Don't Get Degrees", 1970.

12 14

Publication: "Information Retrieval for the Year 1745", 1971.

12 15

Publication: "Midwife to a Phoenix", 1970.

12 16

Publication: "A 235-Year-Old Library Moves 235,000 Books", 1966.

12 17

Talk/Publication: "The Library Company of Philadelphia", undated.

12 18

Publication: "1774 Address to the King" (oversized), 1964.

37 8

Publication: "Rare Book Collectors", circa 1965.

12 19

Talk: "Books Then and Now", undated.

12 20

Talk: "Historian versus Rare Book Librarian", 1959 December.

12 21

Talk: Untitled (on the role of public libraries), circa 1960s.

12 22

Publication: "Franklin's Way to Wealth as a Printer", 1949, 1951, 1976.

12 23

Publication: "More Books From the Library of the Byrds of Westover", 1978.

12 24

Publication: "Medical Books in Colonial Philadelphia", 1980.

12 25

Talk: "Libraries and Librarians", 1959.

12 26

Talk: "Sentimental Musings of a Librarian", 1968.

12 27

Talk: Untitled (on research libraries), 1960.

12 28

Publication: "Thoughts on Books and Libraries", 1963.

12 29

Talk: Untitled (on automation in research libraries), 1960s.

12 30

Publication: "Origins of Philadelphia's Self-Depreciation, 1820-1920", 1980.

12 31

Talk: "Peale's Philadelphia", 1983.

13 1

Publication: "Penn's Green Country Town", undated.

13 2

Talk: Untitled (on Philadelphia), 1972.

13 3

Publication: Epilogue, 1982.

13 4

Publication: "Philadelphia, the Renaissance City", 1982 April.

13 5

Talk: "The Prodigal Son in England & America: A Century of Change", 1974.

13 6

Publication: "The Prodigal Son in England & America: A Century of Change", 1979.

13 7

Talk/Publication: "The Prodigal Son in England & America", undated.

13 8

Talk: Remarks at Rodeph Shalom, Yom Kippur 1976, 1976 November 22.

13 9

Publication: Book review of American Independence, the Growth of an Idea, 1965.

13 10

Publication: Book review of The Americans: The Colonial Experience, 1959.

13 11

Publication: Book review of The American Jewish Album, 1984.

13 12

Publication: Book review of The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, a Genetic Text, 1983.

13 13

Publication: Book review of Benjamin Franklin, a Biography, 1983.

13 14

Publication: "The (American) Printing of the Definitive Treaty of Peace of 1783 Freed of Obfuscation", 1971.

13 15

Publication: "A Biographical Dictionary of Early American Jews", 1961.

13 16

Publication: Book review of A Book for Sixpence, 1980.

13 17

Publication: Book review of The Book-Peddling Parson, 1984.

13 18

Publication: Book review of Books and Book People in 19th Century America, 1979.

13 19

Publication: Book review of A Bibliography of Songsters Printed in America Before 1821, 1977.

13 20

Publication: Book review of The City of New York: A History Illustrated from the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York, 1979.

13 21

Publication: Book review of A Colonial Southern Bookshelf: Reading in the Eighteenth Century, 1980.

13 22

Publication: Book review of A Descriptive Checklist of Book Catalogues Separately Printed in America, 1693-1800, 1984.

13 23

Publication: Book review of Early Amerian Almanacs: The Colonial Bible, 1978.

13 24

Publication: Book review of European Americana: A Chronological Guide 1493-1776, 1984.

13 25

Publication: Book review of Forgotton Pioneer, 1963.

13 26

Publication: Book review of The Papers of Benjamin Franklin (Vols. 1-3), 1961.

13 27

Publication: Book review of The Papers of Benjamin Franklin (Vol. 4), 1962.

13 28

Publication: Book review of The Papers of Benjamin Franklin (Vol. 5), 1962.

13 29

Publication: Book review of Gladly Learn and Gladly Teach, 1979.

13 30

Publication: Book review of The Jews in the United States, A Pictorial History, 1654 to the Present, 1958.

13 31

Publication: Book review of The John Dunlap Broadside: The First Printing of the Declaration of Independence, 1977.

13 32

Publication: Book review of The Library at Mount Vernon, 1979.

13 33

Publication: Book review of The Middle Colonies and the Coming of the American Revolution, 1975.

13 34

Publication: Book review of Modern Book Collecting, 1980.

13 35

Publication: Book review of My Dearest Julia, 1980.

13 36

Publication: Book review of The Paper Makers, 1983.

13 37

Publication: Book review of The Perennial Philadelphians, 1964.

13 38

Publication: Book review of Philadelphia and the China Trade, 1978.

13 39

Publication: Book review of Political Satire in the American Revolution, 1961.

13 40

Publication: Book review of The Printed Book in America, 1979.

13 41

Publication: Book review of The 1764 Catalogue of the Redwood Library at Newport, Rhode Island, 1966.

13 42

Publication: Book review of Thirteen Colonial Americana and  76 United Statesicana, 1979.

13 43

Publication: "In the Mainstream of American Book Collecting", 1976.

13 44

Publication: Book review of Thomas J. Wise Centenary Studies, 1960.

13 45

Publication: Book review of Wanderings, 1978 December 10.

13 46

Publication: Book review of William Blake, 1979.

13 47

Publication: "Rosenbach, a Biography", 1960.

13 48

Talk: "Rosenbach", 1979, 1980.

14 1

Publication: "Dr. Rosenbach", 1963.

14 2

Publication: "Dr. Rosenbach", 1963.

14 3

Publication: "Scribelarian Publications at the Library Company of Philadelphia", 1969.

14 4

Publication: "Rosenbach, P. H. and A. S. W.", 1977.

14 5

Talk: "What is American About America?", 1960s.

14 6

Publication: Book review of The Literary History of Philadelphia, circa 1969.

14 7

Publication: "The Authorship of the 1774 Address to the King Restudied", 1965.

14 8

Publication: "A Signed American Binding on the First American Edition of Shakespeare", 1961.

14 9

Publication: "Should Librarians Stretch or Bow?", 1961.

14 10

Talk: "A Penny Apiece - Civil War Song Sheets, Envelopes, and Counterfeit Money", undated.

14 11

Publication: "Value and Worth of Rare Books", 1961.

14 12

Publication: Book review of Revolutionary Doctor, Benjamin Rush, circa 1966.

14 13

Talk/Publication: "Surprises in Rare Book Collectors in Philadelphia", undated.

14 14

Talk: "They Bought Books", 1976.

14 15

Publication: " United States Hotel by Duval after Quinton", 1978.

14 16

Publication: Book review of The American Printer, 1787-1825, 1968.

14 17

Publication: The Library Company of Philadelphia Annual Report, 1980, circa 1980.

14 18

List of publications by Wolf, undated.

14 19

Talk: "Underground Classics", circa 1968.

14 20

Publication: "I'd Rather Be in Philadelphia", circa 1982.

14 21

Publication: "Abraham Simon Wolf Rosenbach", 1959.

14 22

Talk: "Golden Age of Philadelphia Book Production", 1988.

14 23

"Bibliography - Edwin Wolf", 1988.

14 24

Publication: Foreward to "The All-Embracing Dr. Franklin", 1938.

14 25

Publication: Preface to Folklore Associates Book, undated.

14 26

Publication: Research materials for Legacies of Genius, 1980s.

15

Publication: Research materials for Legacies of Genius, 1980s.

16

Publication: Research materials for From Gothic Windows to Peacocks, circa 1990.

17

Research notes on Allegheny College Library, 1963.

18 1

Reprint of Joe W. Kraus, "Book Collectors of Early American Libraries," Library Quarterly, 1973 April, circa 1973.

18 2

Letters regarding talk entitled "On the Shoulders of Giants," given at the American Library Association Midwinter Conference, casette tape recording of talk, 1985-1986.

18 3

Various materials regarding the American Philosophical Society, 1985-1989.

18 4

Research note on Bensel, Charles, undated.

18 5

Research files on Bentley, William (1759-1819), undated.

18 6

Issue of Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, including an article on Berkenmeyer, Wilhelm Christophe (1686-1751), 1959.

18 7

Reprint of article on Boswell, James (1740-1795), undated.

18 8

Photostat of list of books owned by Brown, Charles Brockden (1771-1810), undated.

18 9

Photocopied pages from History of the Church in Burlington, New Jersey, undated.

18 10

Research notes and draft of article on Burns, Robert, undated.

18 11

Research files on Byrd, William, 1960-1987.

18 12

Photocopy of list of books owned by Byles, Mather (1707-1788), undated.

18 13

Photocopies of card catalog of Carter, Robert (1663-1732), undated.

18 14

Index of titles and letters (Carter, Robert Wormsley), 1971, undated.

18 15

Photocopy of list of books owned by Chew, Benjamin (1722-1810), undated.

18 16

Materials regarding Rare Book School at Columbia University, 1985-1988.

18 17

Research files on Collin, Nicholas (1746-1831), undated.

18 18

Typescript of 1741 newspaper advertisement regarding the sale of the library of Cummings, Archibald (died 1740), undated.

18 19

Photostat of list of books owned by Darlington, William (1782-1863), undated.

18 20

Materials regarding the Eighteenth Century Short Title Catalogue (1 of 2), 1985-1989.

19 1

Materials regarding the Eighteenth Century Short Title Catalogue (2 of 2), 1985-1989.

19 2

Research notes on Emlen, Samuel (1730-1799), undated.

19 3

Research notes on Growden, Joseph (died 1730), undated.

19 4

Research files on Hand, Edward (1744-1882), undated.

19 5

Photocopy of "A Colonial Reading List," published in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 1932, undated.

19 6

Photocopy of pages from Harvard College in the Seventeenth Century, undated.

19 7

Research files on Jefferson, Thomas (1743-1826), 1970, undated.

19 8

Research files on Jewish agencies, 1989-1990.

19 9

Photocopy of list of books owned by Johnson, Samuel (1696-1771), undated.

19 10

Research files on Madison, James (1751-1836), undated.

19 11

Photocopy of Joseph Towne Wheeler, "Reading and Other Recreations of Marylanders, 1700-1776," Maryland Historical Magazine, 1943, undated.

19 12

Photocopy of Gordon W. Jones, "The Library of Doctor John Mitchell of Urbana," Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 1968, undated.

19 13

Photocopies of articles regarding the Mathers, published in American Antiquarian Society, 1910, 1922, undated.

19 14

Photocopy of inventory list of Montgomery, John (died 1731), undated.

19 15

Photocopy of "Early Private Libraries in New England," originally published in American Antiquarian Society, 1907, undated.

20 1

Photocopy of "The First Public Library in New Haven," originally published in Papers of the New Haven Colony Historical Society, 1895, undated.

20 2

Photocopies of Act of Incorporation and By-Laws of the Newtown Library Company, and photocopied pages from Newtown Library: Under Two Kings, undated.

20 3

Photocopied pages from History of the State of New York, 1937, undated.

20 4

Research files on Norris, Isaac, undated.

20 5

Photocopied research files on Norris, John Parker (1763-1841), undated.

20 6

Correspondence with Oxford University regarding Lyell Lecture readership and publication of book, 1983-1986.

20 7

Photograph prints of will and inventory of belongings of Palmer, John (died 1809), undated.

20 8

Photocopy of "Parochial Libraries in the Colonial Period", undated.

20 9

Photocopy of The Parochial Library of the Eighteenth Century in Christ Church, Boston, 1917, undated.

20 10

Research files on Philadelphia, City of, undated.

20 11

Various materials regarding Philadelphia Ink: A Literary Celebration, 1985.

20 12

Report and other materials on the Philadelphia Maritime Museum, 1985.

20 13

Research note on Price, Benjamin (died 1766), undated.

20 14

Research note on Proud, Robert (1728-1813), undated.

20 15

Typescript of inventory of law books owned by Reed, Joseph, undated.

20 16

Photocopied pages from The Atlantic Frontier: Colonial American Civilization, regarding "Rensselaerswyck", undated.

20 17

Photocopy of will of Ridgeway, Jacob, undated.

20 18

Reprint of Athenaeum Annals, regarding Ross, John (1729-1800), 1962 April.

20 19

Research files regarding Rush, Benjamin (1745-1813), 1973.

20 20

Photocopied pages from Collections of the New York Historical Society for the Year 1880, regarding Sharpe, John, undated.

20 21

Letter from American Philosophical Society regarding Shippen, William, Jr. (1736-1808), undated.

20 22

Typescript of list of books owned by Shoemaker, Rebecca (born 1773), undated.

20 23

Photocopy of catalogue of Smith, Jeremiah (1759-1842), 1971.

20 24

Photocopy of Walter B. Edgar, "Notable Libraries of Colonial South Carolina," published in South Carolina Historical Magazine, undated.

21 1

Photostat of list of books owned by Smith, Stanley S. (1750-1819), undated.

21 2

Photocopy of "Library of John Tatham, A. D. 1700", undated.

21 3

Correspondence regarding publication in U.S. News & World Report, 1986-1987.

21 4

Research files regarding Colonial Virginia, including photocopies of articles published in William & Mary Quarterly, undated.

21 5

Research files regarding Walcut, Thomas (1768-1840), 1970, undated.

21 6

Research files regarding Winthrop, John, Jr. (1606-1676), undated.

21 7

Photocopy of list of books owned by Witherspoon, John (1723-1794), undated.

21 8

Correspondence and other materials regarding contribution to World Book Encyclopedia, 1986.

21 9

Research notes regarding Yeates, Jasper (1745-1817), undated.

21 10

Various files, "A", 1985-1987.

21 11

Reviews of Afro-Americana, 1553-1906, published by the Library Company of Philadelphia, 1975.

21 12

Various files, "B", 1980s.

21 13

Various files regarding the Binswanger family, 1988, 1991, undated.

21 14

Various files, "C", 1949, 1980s.

21 15

Various files, "D", 1980s.

22 1

Various files, "E", 1980s.

22 2

Various files, "F", 1980s.

22 3

Various files, "G", 1980s.

22 4

Various files, "H" and "I", 1980s.

22 5

Reviews of At the Instance of Benjamin Franklin, circa 1977.

22 6

Various files regarding history of printing, undated.

22 7

Various files, "J" and "K", 1974-1985.

22 8

Various files, "L", 1980s.

22 9

Notices and reviews regarding The Library of James Logan of Philadelphia, 1674-1751, 1975.

22 10

Various files, "M", 1980s.

22 11

Various files, "N" and "O", 1986-1990.

22 12

Various files, "P", 1980s.

23 1

Various files, "Q" and "R", 1952, 1980s.

23 2

Review and other materials regarding Rare People and Rare Books, 1987.

23 3

Various files regarding A. S. W. Rosenbach and descriptive bibliography, 1933, undated.

23 4

Various files, "S", 1980s.

23 5

Various files, "T" and "V", 1985-1988.

23 6

Various files, "W", 1985-1988, undated.

23 7

Various files regarding the Wolf family, including tax and financial documents, 1985-1988.

23 8

Drafts of Edwin's autobiography, undated.

23 9

Various files, "X," "Y," and "Z", 1987-1988, undated.

23 10

Draft of autobiographical sketch, copy of Bedales Association newsletter, 1992, undated.

24 1

Columbia Rare Book School: Letter from Michael Winship; bibliographies of music and sheet music, publisher's bindings, and other subjects, 1988.

24 2

Columbia Rare Book School: Typescripts of lectures by Edwin, 1988.

24 3

Publication: "Colonial Playbills," including research files and correspondence, 1971-1973, undated.

24 4

Publication: "The First Books and Printed Catalogues of the Library Company of Philadelphia", circa 1954.

24 5

Publication: "Franklin's Library", undated.

24 6

Publication: "Gravelot as Designer of Engraved Portrait Frames", circa 1950.

24 7

Publication: "Great American Book Collectors to 1800," photocopied research materials, circa 1971, undated.

24 8

Talk/Publication: Untitled (on Library Company of Philadelphia), circa 1967.

24 9

Publication: Book review of A Library for Younger Schollers, circa 1961.

24 10

Talk/Publication: Untitled (on William Penn, book merchant), undated.

24 11

Publication: "Philobiblon", circa 1991.

24 12

Talk given at the Philobiblon Club, undated.

24 13

Talk/Publication: "The Prodigal Son," including research files and correspondence, 1970-1972, 1982, undated .

24 14

Typescript of introduction written for 1987 edition of E. M. Sowerby's Rare People and Rare Books, circa 1987.

24 15

Talk: "Richard Heston Shoemaker, 1907-1970", 1971.

24 16

Talk: "The STC (1475-1640) component of the English Short Title Catalogue" and various conference materials, 1988.

24 17

Talk: "Why are antique bookcases filled with Chinese export porcelain?", 1988.

24 18

Winterthur Conference: Text of Edwin's presentation, 1987.

24 19

From Gothic Windows to Peacocks: Printed folios, 1990.

24 20
Volume

"A History of the Jews in Philadelphia" serialized clippings scrapbook, 1954.

8
Box Folder

Offprint/reprint correspondence: 21 letters between Edwin and J. C. Wylie, W. S. Dix, G. B. Oldham, James T. Babb, F. B. Adams, Alton H. Keller, L. W. Hanson, R. E. Spiller, R. N. Williams, William Targ, Judith Shapiro, Justin Turner, J. C. Cummings, L. Leman, M. A. McCorrison, A. Halpern, A. D. Wainwright, P. Mellon, K. Johnson, Rabbi R. Lupo, and Ms. Levinson, 1954 March 23-1965 July 29.

25 1

Offprint/reprint correspondence: Letters between Edwin and C. W. Fenninger, L. M. C. Smith, and J. Bennett Nolan, 1948-1950.

25 2

Talks and lectures correspondence: 8 letters between Edwin and Rabbi M. Berkowitz, J. F. Spahr, J. A. Ritter, Amy B. Yerkes, and E. P. Alexander regarding talk given at B'nai B'rith on The Jew in American History; typescripts of "An Address Before a Group of Friends of The University of Delaware at Luncheon on April 19, 1952", 1951 March 16-1952 April 25.

25 3

Talks and lectures correspondence: 15 letters between Edwin and Rabbi M. Berkowitz, J. F. Spahr, J. A. Ritter, Amy B. Yerkes, and E. P. Alexander; address given before The Grolier Club, 1952 January 8-1964 December 3, undated.

25 4

Talks and lectures correspondence: 5 letters between Edwin and Ada Liveright, D. S. Wiesen, R. Samuel, and J. G. Gunmere, 1935 October 29-1979 November 16.

25 5

Talks and lectures correspondence: Letters between Edwin and M. C. Marshall and H. D. MacPherson, 1952 March 3-7.

25 6

Research requests: 10 letters between Edwin and Morris Wolf, Susan Sterling Towles, Melvin K. Whiteleather, Robert R. Wark, Bernard C. Meyer, Anne Francis, Levi G. Leatham, and Donald A. Low, 1930 December 19-1965 November 4.

25 7

Research requests: 7 letters between Edwin and New York Public Library, Frederick Goff, E. Mongan, J. H. Powell, L. Henke, Vincent Eaton, and C. Butterworth, 1947 March 7-1950 April 24.

25 8
Item

I-Tell-You, newsletter of the Rodeph Shalom Religious School, Purim issue; including a poem by Edwin, "The Syrian King", 1927 March.

1

Camp Kennebec Year Book, 1925.

2

"The Kennebecamper" twentieth anniversary issue, 1926.

3

"The Kennebecamper", 1927.

4

Issue of The Penn Charter Magazine, volume XL, number 352; including a piece by Edwin, "First-hand Impressions of the Pyramids", 1926 February.

5

Issue of The Penn Charter Magazine, volume XL, number 356; including a piece by Edwin, "Bablyon", 1926 June 15.

6

Issue of Bedales Chronicle, volume XVIII, number 5, 1927 November.

7

Issue of Bedales Chronicle, volume XVIII, number 6, 1927 December.

8

Issue of Bedales Chronicle, volume XIX, number 7, 1928 February.

9

Issue of Bedales Chronicle, volume XIX, number 8, 1928 April.

10

Issue of Bedales Chronicle, volume XIX, number 9, 1928 June.

11

Issue of Bedales Chronicle, volume XIX, number 10, 1928 July.

12

Issue of Bedales Chronicle, volume XIX, number 11, 1928 November.

13

Issue of Bedales Chronicle, volume XIX, number 12, 1928 December.

14

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 1, number 3, 1954 October.

15

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 2, number 3, 1955 September.

16

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 3, number 2, 1956 June.

17

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 3, number 3, 1956 September.

18

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 3, number 4, 1956 December.

19

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 4, number 2, 1957 June.

20

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 4, number 3, 1957 September.

21

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 5, number, 1958 June.

22

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 5, number 3, 1958 September.

23

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 5, number 4, 1958 December.

24

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 6, number 2, 1959 June.

25

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 6, number 3, 1959 September.

26

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 6, number 4, 1959 December.

27

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 7, number 2, 1960 June.

28

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 9, number 2, 1962 June.

29

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 9, number 4, 1962 December.

30

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 10, number 2, 1963 March.

31

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 10, number 2A, 1963 June.

32

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 11, number 2, 1964 June.

33

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 11, number 4, 1964 December.

34

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 12, number 2, 1965 June.

35

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 12, number 3, 1965 September.

36

Issue of The JPS Bookmark, volume 16, number 2, 1968 June.

37

"Why the Library Company Should Move", 1960.

38

Auction catalogue, "Western Americana, Pennsylvania German Imprints, Civil War Books and Posters, Maps, Literature, Numismatics", 1964 April 21.

39

Issue of Antiquarian Bookman, 1966 October 17.

40

"Abraham Simon Wolf Rosenbach (1879-1952)", The Jewsish Quarterly Review, volume XLV, 1955 April.

41

"A Press for Penn's Pump," The Art Quarterly, 1961 Autumn.

42

"Jewish Culture in America: Status and Outlook," Assembly Papers of the 31st General Assembly of the Countil of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, 1962 November 15-18.

43

Address given at the United Hebrew Schools Annual Meeting, Detroit, Michigan, 1963 May 21.

44

"A Press for Penn's Pump," signed gift copy, 1963.

45

Issue of The Quarterly Journal of the Library of Congress, volume 35, number 3; including an article by Edwin, "The Origins of Early American Printing Shops", 1978 July.

46

Special issue of Slavery & Abolition, volume 3, number 1, entitled "Survey of International Archives (Slavery and Abolition)", with The Library Company of Philadelphia and the Historial Society of Pennsylvania, 1982 May.

47

"The First Books and Printed Catalogues of the Library Company of Philadelphia", 1954.

48

Book review of John Witherspoon Comes to America. A Documentary Account Based Largely on New Materials,  The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 1954 April.

49

"Recent Books on American Jewish History," The Jewish Quarterly Review, 1955.

50

"Recent Books on American Jewish History," The Jewish Quarterly Review, volume XLV, 1955 April.

51

Issue of Bulletin of the Special Libraries Council of Philadelphia and Vicinity, volume 22, number 2, 1955 November.

52

Issue of Wilson Library Bulletin, volume 30, number 4; including an article by Edwin, "The Early Buying Policy of the Library Company of Philadelphia", 1955 December.

53

Panel discussion, "Historical Development of the American Lawyer's Library," Law Library Journal, 1968.

54

Special issue of Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, "Studies on Benjamin Franklin: The Two Hundredth Anniversary of His Birth," volume 99, number 6; including an article by Edwin, "Benjamin Franklin's Stamp Act Cartoon", 1955 December 15.

55

"Benjamin Franklin's Stamp Act Cartoon," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, volume 99, number 6, 1955 December.

56

"Franklin and His Friends Choose Their Books," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, volume LXXX, number 1, 1956 January.

57

"Early American Playbills," Shakespeare Quarterly, volume VII, number 2, 1956 Spring.

58

"A Key to the Identification of Franklin's Books," Manuscripts, 1956 Summer.

59

"A Key to the Identification of Franklin's Books," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, volume LXXX, number 4, 1956 October.

60

"The Romance of James Logan's Books," William and Mary Quarterly, 1956.

61

"The Year After Franklin's Year," The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 51, 1957.

62

"The 1706 Charter of the City of Philadelphia," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, volume 96, number 4, 1952 August.

63

"Blake Exhibitions in America," The Book Collector, 1957.

64

Exhibition booklet, "Benjamin Franklin & Winston Churchill: An Exhibition Celebrating the Bicentennial of the University of Pennsylvania Library", 1951 May-June.

65

"Colonial American Playbills," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, volume XCVII, number 1, 1973 January.

66

"The Library Company of Philadelphia", 1975.

67

"The Bible in Transition," The Princeton University Library Chronicle, volume XXIV, number 3, 1963 Spring.

68

"Some Books of Early New England Provenance in the 1823 Library of Alleghany College," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 1963 April.

69

"Dr. Rosenbach," Manuscripts, volume XV, number 2, 1963 Spring.

70

"Wanted: Jewish Intellectuals for Jewish Community Life," The Jewish Digest, volume VIII, number 5, 1963 February.

71

"Leadership in the American Jewish Community," The American Jew: A Reappraisal, 1964.

72

"Credo of a Library Conservative," Library Journal, volume 89, number 9, 1964 May 1.

73

"Thoughts on Books and Libraries," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 57, 1963.

74

"A Signed American Binding on the First American Edition of Shakespeare," Shakespeare Quarterly, volume XII, number 2, 1961 Spring.

75

"Historical Grist for the Bibliographical Mill," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, volume 25, 1972.

76

"The American Printings of the Definitive Treaty of Peace of 1783 Freed of Obfuscation," The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 65 (bound), 1971.

77

"The American Printings of the Definitive Treaty of Peace of 1783 Freed of Obfuscation," The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 65 (unbound).

78

Book review of The Library of John Locke,  William and Mary Quarterly, 1967.

79

Book review of Guidebook to Jewish Philadelphia,  American Jewish Historical Review, volume LV, number 4, 1966 June.

80

Issue of Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 54; including a book review by Edwin of  Thomas J. Wise Centenary Studies, 1960.

81

Issue of Shakespeare Quarterly, volume VII, number 2; including an article by Edwin, "Early American Playbills" (2 copies), 1956 Spring.

82-83

Issue of Rare Books and Manuscripts Librarianship, volume 1, number 1; including an article by Edwin, "Creating an Image", 1986 April.

84

"The Library of Edward Lloyd IV of Wye House," Winterthur Portfolio, 5, 1969.

85

"Evidence Indicating the Need for Some Bibliographical Analysis of American-Printed Historical Works," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 63, 1969.

86

"The First Book of Jewish Authorship Printed in America," American Jewish Historical Review, volume LX, number 3, 1971 March.

87

"The Year 1745--On-Line," PLA Bulletin, volume 26, number 2, 1971 March.

88

"Great American Books Collectors to 1800," Gazette of the Grolier Club, volume 16, 1971 June.

89

Exhibition booklet, "James Logan, 1674-1751, Bookman Extraordinary: An Exhibition of Books and Manuscripts from the Library of James Logan, supplemented by his Writings and Documents relating to the History of the Bibliotheca Loganiaca", 1971.

90

"Libraries Don't Get Degrees," New York History, volume LI, 1970.

91

"Wolfe's Copy of Gray's Elegy," The Colophon, volume II, number 3, 1937.

92

"Edward Halle's 'The Vnion of the Two Noble and Illustre Famelies of Lancastre & Yorke' and its Place Among English Americana," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 33, 1939.

93

"Press Corrections in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Quartos," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 36, 1942.

94

"The Blake-Linnell Accounts in the Library of Yale University," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 37, 1943.

95

"'Stinking' or 'Skinking'? A Bibliographical Study of the 1787 Edinburgh Edition of Burns' Poems,"  The Library Chronicle, volume XIV, number 1, 1947 April.

96

"'If Shadows Be a Picture's Excellence': An Experiment in Critical Bibliography," Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, volume LXIII, number 3, 1948 September.

97

"The Textual Importance of Manuscript Commonplace Books of 1620-1660," address given before the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1949 January 14.

98

"Fragonard Plates for the Contes et Nouvelles of La Fontaine,"  Bulletin of the New York Public Library, 1949 March.

99

"Benjamin Franklin's Political, Miscellaneous, and Philosophical Pieces, 1779,"  The Library Chronicle, volume XVI, number 2, 1950.

100

"Gravelot as Designer of Engraved Portrait Frames", 1950.

101

"Horace Wemyss Smith's Recollections of Poe", 1951.

102

Address given before "A Group of Friends of the University of Delaware Library", 1952 April 19.

103

"The Dispersal of the Library of William Byrd of Westover," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 1958 April.

104

"Libraries and Librarians," an address given on the occasion of Drexel University's new Library Center, 1959 April 13.

105

"Four Letters From William Hayley to Emma Hamilton," Manuscripts, volume XI, number 1, 1959 Winter.

106

"The Library of a Philadelphia Judge, 1708," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, volume LXXXIII, number 2, 1959 April.

107

"Some Books of Early English Provenance in the Library Company of Philadelphia," The Book Collector, 1960.

108

"Value & Worth of Rare Books," address given at the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America, 1961 February 7.

109

"Philadelphia: The Renaissance City," Time, 1982.

110

"Fine Art of Selling Duplicates," The 1968 AB Bookman's Yearbook, twentieth anniversary edition, 1968.

111

"John Dickinson: Forgotten Patriot," address given at the Dinner of the Friends of John Dickinson Mansion, Inc., 1968.

112

"James Logan's Correspondence with William Reading, Librarian of Sion College," Homage to a Bookman, 1967.

113

"James Logan, Bookman Extraordinary," Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1968.

114

"A Cultural Relic of Colonial America," Wilson Library Bulletin, 1967 February.

115

"A 235-Year-Old Library Moves 235,000 Books," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 60, 1966.

116

"Should Libraries Bow or Stretch?," Pennsylvania Library Bulletin, volume 17, number 2, 1961 Fall.

117

"The Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's Library: An Unorthodox Jigsaw Puzzle," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 56, 1962.

118

"Ezra Stiles Writes a Hebrew Letter," Studies and Essays in Honor of Abraham A. Newman, 1962.

119

Commencement address given at the College of Jewish Studies, Chicago, 1965 June 20.

120

"The Library of Ralph Assheton: The Book Background of a Colonial Philadelphia Lawyer," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 58, 1964.

121

"The Authorship of the 1774 Address to the King Restudied," William and Mary Quarterly, volume XXII, number 2, 1965 April.

122

"A Parcel of Books for the Province in 1700," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, volume LXXXIX, number 4, 1965 October.

123

The History of the Jews in Philadelphia From Colonial Times to the Age of Jackson, first edition, 1956.

124

The History of the Jews in Philadelphia From Colonial Times to the Age of Jackson, bicentennial edition, 1975.

125

"The Jewish Community's Need for Intellectuals", 1962.

126

"Federation and the New Jewish Community," address given at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Jewish Federation, 1964.

127

"Pressures or Priorities," The Jewish Community, volume VIII, number 2, 1953 June.

128

Issue of ISIS, volume 50, part 4, number 162; including a book review by Edwin on  The Americans; The Colonial Experience, 1959 December.

129

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City (sample chapter), 1975.

130

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City, 1975.

131

Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, volume 15, "Library Co to Library Re"; including an entry by Edwin on the Library Company of Philadelphia, 1975.

132

Of, By, and For Librarians, second series; including a chapter by Edwin, "Thoughts on Books and Libraries", 1974.

133

"Some Unrecorded American Judaica Printed Before 1851," Essays in American Jewish History, To Commemorate the Tenth Anniversary of the Founding of the American Jewish Archives under the direction of Jacob Rader Marcus, 1958.

134

Classical Traditions in Early America; including a chapter by Edwin, "The Classical Languages in Colonial Philadelphia", 1976.

135

"The Classical Languages of Colonial Philadelphia", 1976.

136

An American Library History Reader: Contributions to Literary Literature; including a chapter by Edwin, "Franklin and His Friends Chose Their Books", 1961.

137

"Frustration and Benjamin Franklin's Medical Books," Science and Society in Early America: Essays in Honor of Whitfield J. Bell, Jr., 1986.

138

"Creating an Image," paper delivered at the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section Preconference, 1986.

139

"The Kern Tom Jones Redivivus,"  Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 84 (multiple copies, shrinkwrapped), 1990 March.

140

"How Can We Meet Our Jewish Responsibilities at Home?," address given at the Central Atlantic Regional Conference of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, 1953 March 7.

141

"The Origins of Philadelphia's Self-Depreciation, 1820-1920," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, volume CIV, number 1, 1980 January.

142

"On the Outskirts of Booklore," AB Weekly, 1978 October 2.

143

"The Origins of Early American Printing Shops", 1978.

144

Book review of European Americana: A Chronological Guide to Works Printed in Europe Relating to the Americas, 1493-1776,  Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, volume 78 (2 copies), 1984.

145-146

"In the Mainstream of American Book Collecting," The Princeton University Library Chronicle, volume XXXVII, number 2, 1976 Winter.

147

"Benjamin Franklin's Way to Wealth," AB Weekly, volume 57, number 20, 1976 May 17.

148

"Black Americana: A New World of Books," AB Weekly, 1976 November 1.

149

"A Flock of Beautiful Birds: The Ornithological Collection of Louise Elkins Sinkler", 1977.

150

"Highlights of American Book Collecting," AB Yearbook, 1976.

151

"More Books from the Library of the Byrds of Westover," American Antiquarian Society, volume 88, part 1, 1978 April.

152

"Midwife to a Phoenix: Looking Back Over 25 Years," Bookman's Weekly, 1978 July 3.

153

IIIb. Research, 1833-1996 (Bulk, 1945-1988) .

Box Folder

Bulkeley, Gershom: Photostat of the title page of the Huntington Library copy of People's Right to Election [1689] by Gershom Bulkeley, undated.

25 9

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook C; 16: To P. Collinson from JL [1737 November 7] (1 item), undated.

25 10

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook A; 3, 10: To Collinson from JL [1736 8 June 8-June 12] (2 items), undated.

25 11

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook A; 13, 14, 15: To P. Collinson from JL [1736 November 20] (3 items), undated.

25 12

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook A; 16, 19: To P. Collinson from JL [1736 December 9-1737 May 20] (3 items), undated.

25 13

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook A; 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24: To Peter Collinson from JL [1737 July 25] (3 items), undated.

25 14

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook A; 27, 28, and 29: To P. Collinson from JL [1737 August 2-August 20] (3 items), undated.

25 15

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook A; 31, 32, 33, 36, and 37: To Peter Collinson from JL [1737 October 10-1737 November 28] (3 items), undated.

25 16

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook A; 38, 39, 40, 43, and 44: To P. Collinson from JL [1737 November 30-1738 August 16] (5 items), undated.

25 17

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook B; 3, 4: To P. Collinson from JL [1738 October 7-October 20] (2 items), undated.

25 18

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook B; 5, 6, 7: To P. Collinson from JL [1738 November 21-1739 April 5] (3 items), undated.

25 19

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook B; 9, 10: To P. Collinson from JL [1739 July 25] (1 item), undated.

25 20

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook B; 12, 13, 15, 17: To P. Collinson from JL [1739 September 27-1740 April 30] (4 items), undated.

25 21

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook B; 18, 19, 20, 21, 22: To P. Collinson from JL [1740 November 7-1741 August 1] (5 items), undated.

25 22

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook B; 25, 26, 27: To P. Collinson from JL [1741 August 18-1742 May 28] (6 items), undated.

25 23

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook B; 28, 30, 31: To P. Collinson from JL [1742 March 31-1743 September 25] (7 items), undated.

25 24

Collinson transcriptions, letterbooks B; 33 and G; 2, 5, 6: To P. Collinson from JL [1743 November 14-1745 April 12] (7 items), undated.

25 25

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook H; 6, 9: To P. Collinson from JL [1745 November 13-1746 February 15] (3 items), undated.

25 26

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook G; 6, 7, 8: To P. Collinson from JL [1746 December 8-1747 July 25] (4 items), undated.

25 27

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook G; 8, 9, 10: To P. Collinson from JL [1747 September 3-1748 May 24] (5 items), undated.

25 28

Collinson transcriptions, letter: To P. Collinson from JL [1749 June 16] (1 item), undated.

25 29

Collinson transcriptions, letterbook F: To P. Collinson from JL (1 item), undated.

25 30

Commonplace books: Letters between Edwin and M. Gwynne, B. Evans, K. Buhler, J. McManaway, and E. C. Bolles (8 items), 1946 November 11-1947 January 24.

25 31

Commonplace books: Letters between Edwin and K. Buhler, G. B. Evans, and R. B. Vowles (10 items), 1947 April 16-April 25.

25 32

Commonplace books: Letters between Edwin, J. G. McManaway and William Parker (18 items), 1948 October 18-1951 February 16.

25 33

Commonplace books: Letters between Edwin and Miss E. Mongan (Bodleian Librarian), H. Mead, Mrs. Wm. Ehrlish, C. T. Keller, Wm. Ringler, G. Goyder, David McKell, M. M. Wise, R. Smith, and F. B. Adams (22 items), 1949 January 5-1952 November 18.

25 34

Commonplace books: Letters between Edwin and Helen S. Sanderson, Agnes M. C. Latham, R. A. Blanchard, A. Baugh, R. Dunlap, and R. G. Collmer (14 items), 1949 January 6-1951 February 10.

25 35

Commonplace books: Letters between Edwin and J. M. Osborne, D. M. Vieth, and W. T. Pattison (13 items), 1949 December 5-1951 July 27.

25 36

Commonplace books: Letter to Edwin from the Librarian of the Bodleian Library, and typescript copy of “The Textual Importance of Manuscript Commonplace Books of 1620-1660, An Address Before the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, January 14, 1949”, 1951 June 6, undated.

25 37

Charles Crawford: Letters between Edwin and N. B. Wainwright, C. K. Shipton, Donald Wing, Dennis E. Rhodes, NUC, L. M. Stark, William Jackson, Marjorie Wynne, and L. Leary, typescript of article on Crawford, 1959 August-October.

25 38

Charles Crawford: Typescript and copies of manuscript regarding Edwin's reaction to Leary's article on Crawford with a research bibliography appended, circa 1959.

25 39

Doctrina Christiana: Research materials, typescript drafts, 1946-1960, circa 1991.

25 40

Emblem books: Letter to Edwin from E. P. Newman; copies of American Journal of Numismatics articles from 1875 and 1887; facsimiles of emblem books with notes, 1964 March 23, undated.

26 1
Volume

Embossed bindings: "American Embossed (Placque) Bindings, 1830-1850," from the collection of Kenneth G. Leach, 1984.

9
Box Folder

Embossed bindings: Research files, letters, and rubbings (includes photostats, photocopies, and slides), 1990, undated.

26 2

W. H. Emory: Comparisons of several versions of W. H. Emory's "Notes of a Military Reconnaissance" [1848], circa 1970.

26 3

W. H. Emory: Manuscript of article on printing of Emory's notes, eventually used in “Historical Grist for the Bibliographical Mill”; letter to Edwin from Andrea J. Tucker, circa 1970, 1982 November 1.

26 4

Fragonard: Letters between Edwin and D. Keppel and Deoch Fulton concering Edwin's article entitled “The Fragonard Plates for the Contes et Nouvellesof La Fontaine,”  Bulletin of the New York Public Library LIII 107-120 [1949] (6 items), 1948 April 14-1949 March 26.

26 5

Benjamin Franklin: Research materials, typescript drafts, proofs, 1950-1951.

26 6

Franklin medical books: Typescripts of articles regarding Franklin's medical library; letter to Edwin from Claude-Anne Lopez (Curator/Franklin Papers); offprint list of Franklin's medical books from Edwin's article, 1977 September 29, 1986.

26 7

Franklin medical books: Letter to Edwin from Beth Carroll; copies of documents related to the composition and dispersal of Franklin's medical library [circa 1789-24 October 1790], 1984 May 18, undated.

26 8

Franklin medical books: Copies of documents related to the composition and dispersal of Franklin's medical library (6 items), undated.

26 9

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: Research files and notes (includes photocopies and photostats), 1912, 1921, 1965, 1967, 1970, 1971, undated.

26 10

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: Correspondence, research files, and notes (includes thermofax, photocopies, and photostats), 1948, 1956-1960, 1974, 1983, undated.

26 11

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: Various letters transcriptions, and notes, 1956-1984, undated.

26 12

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: Correspondence regarding Wolf's requests for transcriptions and information verification for his catalogue, 1960.

26 13

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: "A," transcripts and photocopies of minutes and lists from the Athanaeum of Philadelphia, undated.

27 1

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: "B," shipping label from The Book Farm, 1945.

27 2

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: "C," letter and photocopy of book title page from College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 1962.

27 3

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: "E," copies from microfilm of "Latest Revision of George Simpson Eddy's Catalogue of Dr. Franklin's Library", circa 1960.

27 4

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: "F," correspondence with Charles E. Feinberg, 1962.

27 5

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: "G," letter from Mrs. Walter Grossman at the Andover-Harvard Theological Library regarding their copy of Oceana, 1961 September 5.

27 6

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: "H," letter from Howell Heaney at the Free Library of Philadelphia and correspondence with King V. Hostick, 1961, 1963, 1964.

27 7

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: "M," various letters, notes, and thermofaxes, 1961, 1962, undated.

27 8

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: "P-Q," letter and photocopy of letter from the Papers of Benjamin Franklin, 1959 January 28.

27 9

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: "S," letters to Charles Sellers, 1965 December.

27 10

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: "T-U-V," photocopy of list of materials held at the American Philosophical Society, undated.

27 11

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: "W," correspondence with librarian at West Point, photostat of book cover, and press release regarding Franklin books found at West Point, 1963.

27 12

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: "Y-Z," letter from Yale Medical Library, 1961 October 2.

27 13

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: Transcriptions and photostats of minutes from American Philosophical Society meetings in the 1800s, circa 1960s.

27 14

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: Research files and notes (includes photocopies and thermofax), 1989-1990, undated.

27 15

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: Notes and lists regarding 1947 "Bache sale", undated.

27 16

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: Research files (includes photocopies and photostats), undated.

27 17

Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin's library: Research files (includes photocopies), undated.

27 18

Philip Hofer, French illustrators: Letters between Edwin and Hofer (10 items), 1948 November 5-1949 September 1.

27 19

Philip Hofer, French illustrators: Letters between Edwin and Hofer (8 items); typescript copy of "Portrait Engravings in France During the Eighteenth Century", 1949 January 5-1951 July 2, undated.

27 20

French eighteenth century illustrations: Research materials, typescript drafts, 1945-1950.

27 21

Goodman, Sidney: Copies of New York Times article on artist Sidney Goodman, undated.

27 22

Gravelot: Letters between Edwin and Miss J. Lipman, J. H. Bender, E. Schoor, R. E. Smerian, M. J. Gladstone and F. H. Schonwald, Francena Harris, C. W. David (Librarian of the Free Public Library), the Mayor of Philadelphia, Julian P. Boyd, W. Jackson, F. B. Adams, D. Miner, R. A. Beak, L. G. Coffin, Julain Cain, and G. B. Oldman (23 items); and typescript copy of “Gravelot as Designer of Engraved Portrait Frames,” Print Collectors Quarterly, XXX 41-47 [1950], 1943 January 22-1950 July 5.

28 1

Hoopes, P. R.: Typed transcriptions of title pages of 19th century books by P. R. Hoopes, undated.

28 2

"If Shadows Be a Picture's Excellence": Typescript drafts, correspondence, reprint, 1940s.

28 3

Judaism: Haym Salomon: A Gentleman of Precision and Integrity, 1976.

28 4

Judaism: Clippings from The Jewish Exponent, undated.

28 5

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Benjamin Chew's library: Letter to Edwin from Sara Anne Greene Smith; manuscript notes on Chew's law holdings; Chew's purchases from Mr. Barroll [1778 November 12] and John Dickinson (photocopy); books sent to Chew's Dover, Delaware home [1779 November] (photocopy), 1985 January 3, undated.

28 6

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Rivington and Brown: Photocopy of 1762 printed catalogue and Edwin's notes, circa 1985.

28 7

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Library Company of Philadelphia: Photocopy of 1746 printed catalogue, circa 1985.

28 8

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Library Company of Philadelphia: Photocopy of 1775 printed catalogue, circa 1985.

28 9

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Union Library Company: Photocopy of 1754 printed catalogue, circa 1985.

28 10

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Union Library Company: Photocopy of 1764 printed catalogue, circa 1985.

28 11

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Associated Library of Philadelphia: Photocopy of 1775 printed catalogue, circa 1985.

28 12

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Associated Library of Philadelphia: Photocopy of 1798 printed catalogue, circa 1985.

28 13

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; German books: Offprint of article by R. E. Cazden, "Provision of German Books in America during the 18th Century," Libri, 23(3), 81-108; presentation copy from John McCarthy of 1983 issue of  Internationales Archiv fur Sozialgeschichte der deutschen Literatur; photocopies of various Heinrich Miller printed catalogues of books, 1983, undated.

28 14

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Classical languages in Philadelphia: Typescript of Edwin's "The Classical Languages in Colonial Philadelphia," published in John W. Eadie (Ed.), Classical Tradition in Colonial Philadelphia [1976], circa 1985.

28 15

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Belles lettres of colonial Philadelphia: Untitled typescript predecessor of Lyell lectures, circa 1985.

28 16

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Deism and enlightenment: Photocopy of pages 58-63 of Benjamin Rush's autobiography Travels through Life; photocopy of article by A. H. Scouten, "The Paradox of Deism in Colonial America,"  Lex et Scientia, 14, 215-228 [1978]; Bodleian Library exhibition catalogue on Edward Young, 1983, undated.

28 17

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Choice of books in colonial Philadelphia: Typescript predecessor of the Lyell lectures, circa 1985.

28 18

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Location of books in colonial Philadelphia: Manuscript notes on private inventories of books, shippings records, and catalogues of books for Philadelphia during the colonial period, circa 1985.

28 19

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Location of books in colonial Philadelphia: Photocopy of title page of 1608 copy of Don Quixote found at the Chapin Library of Williams College and originally in the library of H. Freame; letter to Edwin from Elizabeth Firlingham; list of books (photocopy); Library Company of Philadelphia minutes from 1733 June-1761 December (photocopy); research notes, circa 1985.

28 20

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Location of books in colonial Philadelphia: Photocopy of Directions for Proper Choice of Authors to Form a Library [1766]; photocopy excerpt of  The Popular Book by James D. Hart [1950]; photocopy excerpt of C. Briden-Baugh, "The Press and Book in Eighteenth Century Philadelphia,"  Pennsylania Magazine of History and Biography, LXV [1941], circa 1985.

29 1

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Location of books in colonial Philadelphia: Typescript of "The Anglo-American Book Trade before 1776: Personal Strategies," by Stephen Botein (photocopy), circa 1985.

29 2

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Location of books in colonial Philadelphia: Typescript of "Printed Expertise in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century American," by Stephen Botein [1984 November 2] (photocopy), circa 1985.

29 3

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Pennsylvania State House Library: Letter to Edwin from Whitfield Bell; typescript of letter from Independence National Historical Park, regarding reconstruction of the library of Congress Hall [1961 October 26], circa 1985.

29 4

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Colonial law books: Typescript of "Law Books in Colonial Philadelphia" (photocopy), 1968, circa 1985.

29 5

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Typescripts, photocopied research material, letters ("Miscellaneous inventories"), circa 1985.

29 6

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Typescripts, photocopied research material, letters ("Miscellaneous inventories"), circa 1985.

29 7

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Typescripts, photocopied research material, letters ("Miscellaneous inventories"), circa 1985.

29 8

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Typescripts, photocopied research material, letters ("Miscellaneous inventories"), circa 1985.

29 9

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Typescripts, photocopied research material, letters ("Miscellaneous inventories"), circa 1985.

29 10

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Typescripts, photocopied research material, letters ("Miscellaneous inventories"), circa 1985.

29 11

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; William Bradford: Letters to William Bradford from S. Bell [1771 November 2] and Thomas Cadell [1771 November 2] (photocopies); invoices of books shipped to William Bradford [1767 August 10, 1768 August 29, 1769 June 27] (photocopies); invoices for 1767-1769 (photocopies), circa 1985.

29 12

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; William Bradford: Photocopies of book inventories, 1767-1769, circa 1985.

29 13

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; William Bradford: List of books sent from London (photocopy); list of books from Thomas Cadell to William Bradford [1767 August 10] (photocopy); advertisement for books to be sold by William Bradford (photocopy), circa 1985.

29 14

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Newspaper advertisements for Philadelphia area book sales, 1721-1742 (photocopies), circa 1985.

29 15

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Newspaper advertisements for Philadelphia area book sales, 1742-1749 (photocopies), circa 1985.

29 16

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Newspaper advertisements for Philadelphia area book sales, 1749-1762 (photocopies), circa 1985.

29 17

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Newspaper advertisements for Philadelphia area book sales, 1762-1767 (photocopies), circa 1985.

29 18

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Newspaper advertisements for Philadelphia area book sales, 1767-1770 (photocopies), circa 1985.

29 19

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Newspaper advertisements for Philadelphia area book sales, 1770-1772 (photocopies), circa 1985.

29 20

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Newspaper advertisements for Philadelphia area book sales, 1772-1776 (photocopies), circa 1985.

29 21

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Notes on books in newspaper advertisements and on active bookmen, 1721-1775, circa 1985.

29 22

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Inventory of the goods of Ralph Assheton upon his death (photocopy), circa 1985.

29 23

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Research notes on John Bartram's holdings and a photocopy of an inventory of his plants, circa 1985.

29 24

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Notes on Anthony Bezet's personal letters, circa 1985.

29 25

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Christ Church Library: Letters between Edwin and W. M. Whitehill, C. Fletcher, and H. E. Sprogell; address given by W. M. Whitehill to the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1949 December, circa 1985.

30 1

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Christ Church Library: Notes on the William White books; manuscript on the early history of the Christ Church Library; typescript of books in a 1912 catalogue of Christ Church, not found; photocopy of 20th century printed catalog, "Books in the Ancient Library", circa 1985.

30 2

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Christ Church Library: Photcopy of manuscript by Thomas Bray, "Bibliotheca Provinciales Americanae", circa 1985.

30 3

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Christ Church Library: Draft copies of "The First Library of Christ Church," University Hospital Antique Show Journal, 148-151 [1981], circa 1981.

30 4

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Inventory of George Clymer's book holdings (photocopy), circa 1985.

30 5

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: List of law books in John Dickinson's Philadelphia office [1773 May] (photocopy), circa 1985.

30 6

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Early settlers and their books: Manuscript predecessor of the Lyell lectures, circa 1985.

30 7

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Notes on Alexander Graydon, circa 1985.

30 8

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; David Hall: photocopy of article, R. D. Harlan, "William Strahan's American Book Trade," The Library Quarterly, 31(3) [1961]; notes on David Hall and the colonial book trade; inventories of books sent by David Hall [1766, 1768] (photocopy); newspaper advertisements of books for sale by David Hall [1774, 1756, 1769] (photocopies); photocopies of invoices and notices of import, circa 1985.

30 9

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Pennsylvania Hospital Library: Draft copy of "The Old Library of the Pennsylvania Hospital" by Whitfield Bell, circa 1985.

30 10

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Research materials and letters regarding Individual owner inventories (photocopies), circa 1985.

30 11

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Research materials and letters regarding Individual owner inventories (photocopies), circa 1985.

30 12

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Colonial history books: Edited typescripts on history books in colonial Philadelphia, circa 1985.

30 13

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Colonial history books: Typescript on history books in colonial Philadelphia, circa 1985.

30 14

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Transcript of 1687 Pennsbury inventory of goods, circa 1985.

30 15

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Colonial libraries: Photocopies of articles, T. E. Keys, "The Colonial American Library and the Development of Sectional Differences," The Library Quarterly, VIII(3) [1938]; and E. V. Lamberton, "Colonial Libraries of Pennsylvania,"  Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, XLII(3) [1918], circa 1985.

30 16

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: List of books in the Allegheny College Library formerly owned by James Logan, circa 1985.

30 17

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Typescript articles on the libraries of James Logan and Isaac Norris, II, circa 1985.

30 18

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Research materials and typescript articles regarding William Logan and Philip Miller, circa 1985.

30 19

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Increase Mather: Typescript of "Remains of Mather's Library... purchased by I. Thomas and by him presented to the American Antiqn. Society", circa 1985.

30 20

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Increase Mather: Typescript of "Remains of Mather's Library... purchased by I. Thomas and by him presented to the American Antiqn. Society", circa 1985.

30 21

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Isaac Norris II: Notes on library holdings; photocopy of note with Alexander Hamilton's autograph; photocopy of page from letterbook [1735-1755]; photocopy of bibliography of books ordered for the Pennsylvania Assembly [1752 March 16], circa 1985.

30 22

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; Isaac Norris II: Notes on library holdings and photocopies from letterbook of 1735-55.

30 23

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Notes on F. D. Pastorius's library and typescript of article, circa 1985.

30 24

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; John Penn: Notes on John Penn's holdings; letter from Free Library of Philadelphia with a photocopy from Penn's papers; photocopies of newspaper advertisements [1772 May 4-August 6], circa 1985.

30 25

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; John Penn: Photocopy of commonplace book listing contents of Penn's library; articles and notes regarding Penn's library, circa 1985.

30 26

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Notes regarding C. Read, circa 1985.

30 27

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: List from Library Company of Philadelphia accession books of Benjamin Rush's books and catalog cards (photocopies), circa 1985.

30 28

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Inventory of Gilbert Tennant's books (photocopy), circa 1985.

30 29

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Inventory of Charles Thompson's books (photocopy), circa 1985.

30 30

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Inventory of Zachary Lloyd's books (photocopy), circa 1985.

30 31

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography: Photocopies of primary and secondary sources used for research, circa 1985.

30 32

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; The Book Culture of a Colonial American City: Edited typescripts, circa 1988.

31 1

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; The Book Culture of a Colonial American City: Proofs, circa 1988.

31 2

Lyell Lectures in Bibliography; The Book Culture of a Colonial American City: Typescripts of chapters "They Lived History" and "Lawyers and Law Books", circa 1988.

31 3

Montegu, George: Transcription of a 1736 letter to George Montegu, from the Letters of Horace Walpole [1903], edited by Mrs. Paget Toynbee, undated.

31 4

Pennsylvania Imprint Inventory: Letters between Edwin and C. W. David, L. H. Evans, and E. Campion; typescript proposal, 1947 October 21-1950 November 17.

31 5

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence, mostly regarding publishing process, 1973-1975.

31 6

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with the Brooklyn Museum regarding image permissions, 1974.

31 7

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with the Huntington Library regarding image permissions, 1974.

31 8

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with Independence National Historical Park rearding image permissions, 1974.

31 9

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with the Library of Congress regarding image permissions, 1974.

31 10

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with the Mariners Museum regarding image permissions, 1974.

31 11

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with the Metropolitan Museum of Art regarding image permissions, 1974.

31 12

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with National Portrait Gallery regarding image permissions, 1974.

31 13

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts regarding image permissions, 1974.

31 14

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with Philadelphia Museum of Art regarding image permissions, 1974.

31 15

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with Smithsonian Institution regarding image permissions, 1974.

31 16

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with Winterthur Museum regarding image permissions, 1974.

31 17

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with Yale University Art Gallery regarding image permissions, 1974.

31 18

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Record of expenses, 1974.

31 19

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with University of Pennsylvania regarding image permissions, 1974-1975.

31 20

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with various individuals regarding image permissions, 1974-1975.

31 21

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence with various institutions regarding image permissions, 1974-1975.

31 22

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Contract with William Penn Foundation and publication announcement letters, 1975 December 14.

31 23

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Letters of congratulations upon publication, correspondence regarding book promotion and errors, 1975-1976.

31 24

Philadelphia: Portrait of an American City: Correspondence between John Van Horn and various institutions regarding image permissions for 1990 reissue edition, 1989-1990.

31 25

Philadelphia Charter: Galley proofs of “The 1706 Charter of Philadelphia,” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, XC 388-405 [1952]; and typescript copy of the introduction, circa 1952.

31 26

Philadelphia Charter: Letters between Edwin and Gertrude D. Hess, W. E. Lingelbach, Logan Fox, Horace Wolf, T. R. Adams, R. N. Williams II, W. Jackson, W. W. Comfort, G. W. Pepper, L. M. Stevens, J. C. Wylie, C. K. Shipton, L. E. Bliss, K. M. Ruckman, Keyes D. Metcalf, John F. Lewis, F. R. Mann, B. W. Korn, and Mrs. Ruth M. Reese (20 items), 1952 October 15-1953 January 12.

31 27

Philadelphia Charter: Typescript copy and research notes for article, circa 1952.

31 28

Philadelphia Charter: Unedited version of article, circa 1952.

32 1

Philadelphia Charter: Thank you notes from various libraries and publishers for receipt of article (15 items), circa 1952.

32 2

Poe and Horace Wemyss Smith: Letters between Edwin and W. VanLemmen and R. Hirsch; draft copy of “Horace Wemyss Smith's Recollections of Poe”, 1950 December 29-1951 December 3.

32 3

Poe and Horace Wemyss Smith: Typescript drafts and copy of “Horace Wemyss Smith's Recollections of Poe,” published in The Library Chronicle, XVII 90-103 [1951]; and research notes, circa 1951.

32 4

Pollock papers: 14 letters between Edwin and George P. Hammond, M. Withington. J. T. Babb, R. W. G. Vail, S. T. Riley, Mabel R. Gillis, Mr. Sherman, E. Euphrat, and Tulane University Library, 1948 April 5-1949 April 19.

32 5

Pollock papers: 25 letters between Edwin and Jacob R. Marchs, Mearns, Meyer Solis-Cohen, C. K. Shipton, Carnegie Library, and Rabbi I. Meyer, 1949 April 26-1950 May 25.

32 6

Pollock papers: Letters between Edwin and Marcus W. Price, T. Streetcar, Ellen Rackstraw, Miss W. Allen, Lamar C. Wallace, E. Euphrant, and Mildrid Stephenson; hand-drawn Pollock family tree; photocopy of "Proposals, Addressed to Those Who Possess a Public Spirit," owned by Pollock, 1949 July 27-1950 July 6, undated.

32 7

Polock papers; writings: Draft 1, The Polocks: Philadelphia adventurers and pioneers, 1833-1854. Typesecript, with mss. corrections and additions in pencil and ink. Begins: "The Polock Brothers, born in Philadelphia...", undated.

1 1

Polock papers; writings: Draft 2, The Polocks: Philadelphia adventurers and pioneers, 1833-1854. Typescript, on onionskin. Begins: "The Polock brothers, born in Philadelphia...", undated.

1 2

Polock papers; writings: Draft 3, The Polocks: Philadelphia adventurers and pioneers, 1833-1854. Typescript, on typing paper. Begins: "The Polock brothers, born in Philadelphia...", undated.

1 3

Polock papers; writings: Draft A, The Polocks: American adventurers and pioneers, 1833-1854. Typescript, with mss. corrections and additions in pencil and ink. Begins: "To those interested in the printed records of American Jewish history..." Introduction., undated.

1 4

Polock papers; writings: "Notes to letter 2." Typescript, with ink annotations, Draft A [?], undated.

1 5

Polock papers; writings: Draft B, The Polocks: American adventurers and pioneers, 1833-1854. Typescript, with mss. corrections and additions in pencil and ink. Begins: "To those interested in the printed records of American Jewish history..." Introduction, Parts I, II, notes, undated.

1 6

Polock papers; writings: Draft B. Documents 1-14, with notes, corrected in pencil and ink, undated.

1 7

Polock papers; writings: Draft B. Documents 15-19, with notes, corrected in pencil and ink, undated.

1 8

Polock papers; writings: Draft B. Notes to Document 20, undated.

1 9

Polock papers; writings: Draft B. Part III-A California Pioneer, with notes, undated.

1 10

Polock papers; writings: Draft B. Documents 20-28 with notes, corrected in pencil and ink [2 copies of document 20], undated.

1 11

Polock papers; writings: Draft B. Document 27; 2 copies, with manuscript corrections, undated.

1 12

Polock papers; writings: Draft B. Documents 29-40, undated.

1 13

Polock papers; writings: Draft B. Documents 41-71, undated.

1 14

Polock papers; writings: Draft B. Typed notes for documents 50-57, annotated in pencil, undated.

1 15

Polock papers; writings: Draft C. Typescript of The Polocks: American adventurers and pioneers, 1833-1845. Introduction, notes, and documents 1-14. Manuscript notes in pencil and ink, undated.

1 16

Polock papers; writings: Draft C. Part III, A California Pioneer, notes, documents 15-28 with notes, undated.

1 17

Polock papers; writings: Draft C. Part IV--Halcyon Years in Galveston. Lined paper, typed. Annotated in ink, undated.

4 1

Polock papers; writings: Draft C. Typescript of Part 4 (fragment). Begins: "which time he came back to Galveston. John Dyer's wife...", undated.

1 18

Polock papers; writings: Draft C. Document 26, 2 copies, mss corrections, undated.

1 19

Polock papers; writings: Draft C. Typescript notes to document 29, undated.

1 20

Polock papers; writings: Draft C. Documents 29-41. Annotated in pencil and ink, undated.

1 21

Polock papers; writings: Draft C. Notes for documents 29-36, typed with pencil annotations, undated.

1 22

Polock papers; writings: Draft C. Documents 42-48 [another copy], undated.

1 23

Polock papers; writings: Draft C. Documents 50-71, undated.

1 24

Polock papers; manuscript notes: Manuscript notes, in pencil. "Abraham bar shimon ha-levi [Abraham Simon Wolf] to Marim bat Haim.", undated.

1 25

Polock papers; manuscript notes: Manuscript notes, in pencil. "Arrived at N.O., Tuesday Dec 11 Wheeler, p. 20", undated.

1 26

Polock papers; manuscript notes: Manuscript notes in pencil. Bibliographic, undated.

1 27

Polock papers; manuscript notes: Manuscript notes in pencil and ink. Polock and Levy family trees, with addenda, undated.

1 28

Polock papers; manuscript notes: Manuscript in ink. Binswanger family tree, undated.

1 29

Polock papers; manuscript notes: Manuscript notes in pencil and ink. "Capt. Elliot...", undated.

1 30

Polock papers; manuscript notes: Manuscript notes in pencil and ink, "John M. Dyer...", undated.

1 31

Polock papers; manuscript notes: Manuscript notes in pencil. "Mayer Arnold-elected...", undated.

1 31b

Polock papers; manuscript notes: Manuscript notes in ink. Newspapers, undated.

1 32

Polock papers; manuscript notes: Manuscript notes in pencil and ink. Philadephia Directory listings, undated.

1 33

Polock papers; manuscript notes: Manuscript notes on notebook paper: "Thirtieth Congress. Sess. II Ch. 107. 1849". "An act to carry into effect certain stipulations of the Treaty between U.S. of Amer., the Rep. of Mexico, of the second day of February, one thousand, eight hundred, forty-eight.", undated.

1 34

Polock papers; manuscript notes: Typed transcript of ms. letter with notes, M. S. Polock to Hyman Polock [Oct 4, 1843], annotated in pencil. Begins "Amsterdam, Eve of Yom Kippur, 5604.", undated.

1 35

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typescript, "California State Library/Sacramento 9/Lewis Pollock.", undated.

1 36

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typed notes, with chronology (?) of Lewis Polock, undated.

1 37

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typescript, "[Copied from photostat from the Alta California, June 25, 1851, p. 2, c. 2-3]", undated.

1 38

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typescript, "[Copied from photostat from the Alta California, June 25, 1851, p. 2, c. 2-3]" [another copy], undated.

1 39

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typed notes. "Deed Book E. Center Co. p. 286", undated.

1 40

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typed notes, annotated in pencil. "Frank M. Pixley was born...", undated.

1 41

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typescript fragment: "From the 1820s on there existed a permanent settlement at Galveston...", undated.

1 42

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typescript notes: "History of the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance of 1851", undated.

1 43

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typed biography of Isadore Dyer (sent by Rosenberg Library, Galveston TX), undated.

1 44

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typed index cards. "Isthmus Crossing--cost of", undated.

1 45

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typescript notes: "John White Geary Soldier Statesman 1819-1973", undated.

1 46

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typed notes, on California State Library letterhead, "Lewis Pollock", undated.

1 47

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typed notes: List of prisoners [?], attachments D, E, F, undated.

1 48

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typed notes, with corrections in ink, 8 May 1950: "MEMORANDUM re: Galveston Newspapers, 1838-1854...", 1950 May 8, undated.

1 49

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typed notes, "PAJHS, No. 2, Cohen Settlement of the Jews in Texas, p. 145...", undated.

1 50

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typed notes with pencil annotations. Polock family and descendents (not correspondent brothers), undated.

1 51

Polock papers; typescript notes: Notes: Typescript. Manuscript [Robinson], undated.

1 52

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typescript. "Royall Tyler Wheeler", undated.

1 53

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typescript. "Samuel May Williams", undated.

1 54

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typescript page: "Today the Jewish community of the United States...", undated.

1 55

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typed notes, and pencil annotations. "Up to 1835...", undated.

1 56

Polock papers; typescript notes: Typed draft. "When Oregon became a part of the United States in 1846...", undated.

1 57

Polock papers; photostats/clippings: Photostats Alta California, June 25, 1851, undated.

4 2

Polock papers; photostats/clippings: Newspaper clipping. Galveston Daily News, May 28, 1950. "Scion of Pioneers Recalls Early Days", 1950 May 28.

1 58

Polock papers; photostats/clippings: Photostat. "Lewis Pollock" on California State Library/Sacramento 9 letterhead; source: American Jewish Archives [stamp on back], undated.

1 59

Polock papers; photostats/clippings: Photostats. National Archives, undated.

4 3

Polock papers; photostats/clippings: Photostat. Newspaper, undated.

1 60

Polock papers; photostats/clippings: Photostats. Records of Boundary and Claims Commission. Photostat of signed original of document 23, undated.

4 4

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Ms. letter, signed, J. Burnford Samual to "Messrs. Rosenbach," with envelope, "The story of Rachel Levy", undated.

2 1

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Jacob R. Marcus to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1948 March 20.

2 2

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, Rosenbach Company to Irvin L. Stone, 1913 April 19.

2 3

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Jacob R. Marcus per F. Friedman to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1948 May 20.

2 4

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, Edwin Wolf 2nd to Jacob R. Marcus, 1948 May 28.

2 5

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, Nancy Kimball Leib to Carl C. Cutler, 1948 May 28.

2 6

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Carl C. Cutler to Nancy Kimball Leib, 1948 May 29.

2 7

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, Nancy Kimball Leib to Paul C. Nicholson, 1948 June 1.

2 8

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, Nancy Kimball Leib to Nantucket Whaling Museum, 1948 June 1.

2 9

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, Edwin Wolf 2nd to Union Library Catalogue, 1948 June 2.

2 9a

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Jacob R. Marcus to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1948 June 3.

2 10

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Miriam L. Towler to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1948 June 3.

2 11

Polock papers, research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Paul C. Nicholson to Nancy Kimball Leib, 1948 June 4.

2 12

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, J. Solis Cohen to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 March 22.

2 13

Polock papers, research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Harry Polish to J. Solis Cohen, Jr., 1949 March 23.

2 14

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Laurence G. Gill to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 March 30.

2 15

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Mabel R. Gillis to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 March 31.

2 16

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Stuart C. Sherman to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 April 2.

2 17

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Dorothy C. Barck to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 April 9.

2 18

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Elizabeth Euphrat (and George P. Hammond) to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 April 9.

2 19

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Elizabeth Euphrat to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 April 23.

2 20

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Joe W. Kraus to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 April 23.

2 21

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Jacob R. Marcus to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 May 2.

2 22

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, David C. Mearns to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 May 31.

2 23

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, with photostat enclosure, Bertha Lauter [secretary to Jacob Marcus] to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 July 28.

4 5

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Jacob R. Marcus to Edwin Wolf 2nd, with carbon of typed letter, JRM to Isidore Meyers, 1949 August 2.

2 24

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, with carbon enclosures, Jacob R. Marcus to Edwin Wolf, 2nd, 1949 August 2.

2 25

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Jacob R. Marcus to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 August 9.

2 26

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed notes, JRM [Jacob R. Marcus] to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 August 9.

2 27

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Isidore S. Meyer to Jacob R. Marcus, 1949 August 11.

2 28

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Jacob R. Marcus to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 August 16.

2 29

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Florence [Weinstein?] to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 August 18.

2 30

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Jacob R. Marcus to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 August 25.

2 31

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Autograph letter, signed, Myer (Solis-Cohen] to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 September 4.

2 32

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Clifford K. Shapiro to Edwin Wolf 2nd, with enclosure, 1949 September 9.

2 33

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Isidore Meyer to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 September 16.

2 34

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Clifford K. Shipton to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 September 16.

2 35

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Jacob Marcus to Edwin Wolf 2nd. With copies of Seat Records from Mikve Israel, 1949 September 23.

2 36

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Rose Demorest to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1949 October 10.

2 37

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Jacob R. Marcus to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1950 January 11.

2 38

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Isidore Meyer to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1950 May 3.

2 39

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Thomas W. Streeter to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1950 May 9.

2 40

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Isidore Meyer to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1950 May 28.

2 41

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Jacob R. Marcus to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1950 May 29.

2 42

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed "Extract from letter received from Israel T. Naamani to Jacob Marcus, June 13, 1950", undated.

2 43

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, C. Lamar Willis to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1950 June 14.

2 44

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Mildred Stevenson to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1950 June 28.

2 45

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Mildred Stevenson to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1950 June 30.

2 46

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Malcolm H. Stern to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1950 October 11.

2 47

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, "copy," [Edwin Wolf 2nd?] to Herbert I. Bloom, 1950 December 1.

2 48

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Jacob R. Marcus to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1950 December 14.

2 49

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Jacob R. Marcus to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1950 December 21.

2 50

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Isidore Meyer to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1951 January 9.

2 51

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, James A. Shackford [?] to Edwin Wolf 2nd. With mss. postscript, 1951 November 30.

2 52

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, Charles S. Bernheimer to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1952 March 15.

2 53

Polock papers; research correspondence and notes: Typed letter, signed, John F. Graf to Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1989 October 28.

2 54

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Hyman Polock, Columbia. Original of Document 1, 1833 August 23.

3 1

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Lewistown. Original of Document 2., 1834 January 25.

3 2

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Hyman and Rebecca Polock, New Orleans. Original of Document 3, 1834 December 21.

3 3

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, New Orleans. Original of Document 4, 1835 May 10.

3 4

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, New Orleans. Original of Document 5, 1835 May 25.

3 5

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Hyman Polock, New Orleans. Original of Document 6, 1835 July 5.

3 6

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Pittsburgh. Original of Document 7, 1835 November 3.

3 7

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Hyman Polock, New Orleans. Original of Document 8, 1835 November 19.

3 8

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Hyman Polock, Mobile. Original of Document 9, 1835 December 5.

3 9

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Claiborne. Original of Document 10, 1836 April 9.

3 10

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Claiborne. Original of Document 11, 1836 July 16.

3 11

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Claiborne. Original of Document 12, 1836 September 6.

3 12

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Claiborne. Original of Document 13, 1839 September 15.

3 13

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Claiborne. Original of Document 14, 1840 December 25.

3 14

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Lewis to Hyman Polock, Tepic. Original of Document 18, 1842 June 6.

3 15

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Lewis to Hyman Polock [1841?]. Original of Document 19, undated.

3 16

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript document, signed, Lewis Polock, to Barnett Polock [Power of attorney], Republic of Mexico. Original of Document 21, 1848 April 21.

3 17

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, J. A. Phillips to I. Binswanger, South Sixth Street (Phila.). Original of Document 22, 1850 May 7.

3 18

Polock papers; primary source material: Document by Lewis Polock, San Francisco. Unsigned manuscript [holograph] original of Document 23. "Memorial of Lewis Polock" [Probably a copy enclosed with Polock family copy of Lewis's power of attorney, also unsigned]., 1850 July 10, undated.

4 6

Polock papers; primary source material: Power of Attorney by Lewis Polock [unsigned copy]. Original of Document 24, 1850.

4 7

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Solomon to Hyman and Sarah Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 29, 1842 January 25.

3 19

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Gavleston. Original of Document [30], 1842 February 6.

3 20

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Baltimore. Original of Document 31, 1842 November 30.

3 21

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Rachel Lyons to Sarah Polock, on board Barque Calish; Hannah Dyer to Sarah Polock, on board Barque Calish. Original of Documents [32] and 33, 1843 November 9.

3 22

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 34, 1843 December 9.

4 8

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 35, 1844 April 17.

3 23

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 36, 1844 December 26.

3 24

Polock papers; primary source material: Manusript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 37, 1845 May 6.

3 25

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Galveston; Hannah Dyer to Sarah Polock. Original of Document 38, 1845 July 6.

3 26

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 39, 1846 March 20.

3 27

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 40, 1846 August 13.

3 28

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Moses Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 41, 1846 September 6.

3 29

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Sarah to Moses Polock, Galveston. Original of Document [42], 1847 February 17.

3 30

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Lewis to Rebecca Polock, New Orleans. Original of Document [43], 1847 February 23.

3 31

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Sarah to Moses Polock, Galveston. Original of Document [44], 1847 July 30.

3 32

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Sarah to Moses Polock, Galveston. Original of document [45], 1847 July 30.

3 33

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, Mexico. Original of Document [46], 1847 October 27.

3 34

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Sarah to Moses Polock, Galveston. Original of Document [47], 1848 January 21.

3 35

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Moses Polock, New York. Original of Document [48], 1848 July 6.

3 36

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Sarah to Moses Polock, New Orleans. Original of Document [49], 1848 September 20.

3 37

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Moses Polock, New Orleans. Original of Document 50, 1848 November 29.

3 38

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, New Orleans. Original of Document 51, 1848 December 18.

3 39

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, New Orleans. Original of Document 52, 1848 December 30.

3 40

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Lewis to Barnett Polock, Gorgona. Original of Document 53, 1849 January 8.

3 41

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Sarah Polock, New Orleans. Original of Document 54, 1849 February 3.

3 42

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Sarah to Moses Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 55, 1849 February 9.

3 43

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Moses Polock, Panama. Original of Document 56, 1849 June 16.

3 44

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, in ink, Barnett to Sarah Polock, San Francisco. Original of Document 57, 1849 July 27.

3 45

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Sarah to Moses Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 58, 1849 August 3.

3 46

Polock papers, primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Barnett to Hyman Polock, Sacramento City, CA. Original of Document 59, 1849 September 15.

3 47

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Abraham Dyer to Hyman Polock, San Francisco, University of California. Original of Document 61, 1849 October 29.

3 48

Polock papers, primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Sarah to Moses Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 62, 1849 November 20.

3 49

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Sarah to Moses Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 63, 1849 December 2.

3 50

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Hannah Dyer to Moses Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 64, 1849 December 13.

3 51

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Abraham Dyer to Hyman Polock, San Francisco. Original of Document 65, 1850 January 31.

3 52

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Lewis to Sarah Polock, Stockton. Original of Document 66, 1850 March 27.

3 53

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Hannah Dyer to Moses Polock, Galveston. Original of Document 67, 1850 May 16.

3 54

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Lewis to the Polock Family, San Francisco. Original of Document 68, 1850 October 14.

3 55

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Lewis to Hyman Polock, San Francisco. Original of Document 69, 1851 January 1.

3 56

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Solomon Polock to Isidore Binswanger, New Orleans. Original of Document 71, 1854 February 13.

3 57

Polock papers; primary source material: Certificate, "It is hereby certified that Hyman Polock...Oct 20, 1824", 1824 October 20.

3 58

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Joseph Osterman to Hyman Polock, Baltimore, 1830 September 3.

3 59

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Peter Lamm to Hyman Polock, Dear Creek Mills [Clearfield County, PA], 1839 September 3.

3 60

Polock papers, primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed [in Yiddish-Deutch, with Hebrew phrases], M. S. Polock to Hyman Polock. Begins "Amsterdam, Eve of Yom Kippur, 5604", 1843 October 4.

3 61

Polock papers; primary source material: Certificate, "It is hereby certifed that Miss Sarah Polock...25 May, 1860", 1860 May 25.

3 62

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Rosanna Osterman to Miss S. Polock and Mrs. [J.?] Rosenbach, Galveston, 1865 May 3.

3 63

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Rosanna Osterman to [Sarah Polock], Galveston, 1865 July 24.

3 64

Polock papers; primary source material: Lease, signed by Sarah Polock and Matilda Cressman, for 614 Buttonwood St., 1871 July 18.

4 9

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, S. Morais to Moses Polock, Cape Island, 1871 August 8.

3 65

Polock papers; primary source material: Invitation, "Thirteenth birthday, Saturday evening, September 23rd, 1871...", 1871.

3 66

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, Isabella H. Rosenbach to Wm. B. Hackenburg, 1887 July 4.

3 67

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter, signed, S. Morais to Sarah Polock, 1893 June 26.

3 68

Polock papers; primary source materials: Calling card, "Master Hyman P. Rosenbach", undated.

3 69

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript letter and envelope [Hebrew text] to Hyman Pollack Rosenbach Esq., undated.

3 70

Polock papers; primary source material: Mss, in 19th c. hand [?], "The First Hebrew Sunday School...", on stationery resembling that of the Ostermans, undated.

3 71

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript [Hebrew], undated.

3 72

Polock papers; primary source material: Manuscript notes in 19th c. [?] hand, undated.

3 73

Polock papers; primary source material: Photograph, Hyman Pollock, circa 1865.

3 74

Polock papers; primary source material: Photograph, "Moses Polock", undated.

3 75

Polock papers, miscellaneous: Typed sheet, "The only significant acquisition since the last report...", undated.

3 76

Polock papers; miscellaneous: Typed letter, Mary Wolf to James Green, granting literary rights and unrestricted permission to the Library Company for publication of the Polock papers and related materials, 1995 January 25.

3 77

Polock papers; miscellaneous: Typed letter, signed, Robert M. Peck to James Green, 1996 December 4.

3 78

Captain General Alvara Saavedra: Typescript on Saavedra's explorations of the Americas, undated.

32 8

Captain General Alvara Saavedra: Typescripts of the original sources used (11 items), undated.

32 9

Captain General Alvara Saavedra: Typescripts of the original sources used (11 items), undated.

32 10

Captain General Alvara Saavedra: Manuscript of an article on Saavedra, typescript excerpts from the Archivo de Indias, undated.

32 11

Santo Domingo: Letters, newspaper clippings, tickets, and other materials from Edwin's trip to Haiti (19 items), 1934 January 25-March 13.

32 12

Santo Domingo: Letters, manuscripts (including poems), brochures and maps (12 items), 1934 April 4-1956 August.

32 13

Santo Domingo: Typescript of an unpublished article on Columbus, undated.

32 14

Santo Domingo: Notes, manuscript, and typescript of an unpublished article entitled "True Land of Columbus" (6 items), undated.

32 15

Short Title Catalogue: Letters between Edwin and C. W. David and Mary C. Park; Mary C. Park's check on part of catalogue which Edwin found lacking, 1941 September 19-1942 December 10.

32 16

Short Title Catalogue: Correction by Edwin of Mary C. Park's check of catalogue as sent to University of Pennsylvania Chronicle; letters between Edwin and C. W. David, 1942 December 11-1943 December 18.

32 17

Short Title Catalogue: 5 letters between Edwin and Rittenhouse E. Neisser, W. Eisenberg, and W. W. Bishop; Edwin's checklist of the catalogue, 1943 January 29-1943 February 2.

32 18

Short Title Catalogue: Preliminary proposal by Foxon of Short Title Catalogue; letters between Edwin and Foxon, 1962 October.

32 19

"Stinking or Skinking?: A Bibliographical Study": Research materials, typescript draft, reprint, 1947.

32 20

U.S. emigrants: Transcriptions from 19th century sources relating to emigrants, undated.

32 21

Letter from Edwin to Charles F. Heartman, editor of American Book Collector, undated.

33 1

Unpublished autobiographical sketch intended for the William and Mary Quarterly for 1987, circa 1987.

33 2

Bibliographic descriptions of books owned by the Mathers, Franklins, and others, undated.

33 3

Bibliography of Edwin's published works, undated.

33 4

Letters between Edwin and P. Goodman and L. Given; review of Jane Mecom, Favorite Singer of Benjamin Franklin and  The Letters of Benjamin Franklin and Jane Mecom, 1950 May 17-1952 March 10.

33 5

Counterfeit document purported to be by Sir Walter Raleigh, undated.

33 6

Loose leaves from an 18th century encyclopedia, undated.

33 7

Artwork for 1938 Free Library of Philadelphia exhibition "First Printers and Books", undated.

33 8

Illustration plate: "Men of the Day. No. 912", undated.

33 9

Illustration plate: Richard, First Earl of Howe, undated.

33 10

Photocopy of article on Sigmund Lubin, Betzwood, and the Philadelphia film industry, undated.

33 11

National Geographic Magazine, 1951.

33 12

Article entitled “A Press for Penn's Pump,” Art Quarterly, XXIV, 227-248 [1961], with Robert C. Smith, circa 1961.

33 13

Photocopies of notes and various research files, undated.

33 14

Various notes regarding books, manuscripts, and some prices, undated.

33 15

Alan Pifer, "The Jeopardy of Private Institutions," 1970 Annual Report, Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1970, circa 1970.

33 16

Julian P. Boyd, "A Modest Proposal to Meet an Urgent Need," American Historical Review, 1965, circa 1965.

33 17

Roy F. Nichols, "History in a Self-Governing Culture," American Historical Review, 1967, circa 1967.

33 18

Whitfield J. Bell, Jr., "Painted Portraits and Busts in the American Philosophical Society," Antiques, 1973, circa 1973.

33 19

Robert Hay Carnie, "Boswell's Account of Corsica 1768,"  The Book Collector, 1977, circa 1977.

33 20

James E. Walsh, "'The Librarian's Library': The William A. Jackson Bibliographical Collection," The Book Collector, 1965-1966, circa 1965.

33 21

Irving A. Beck, "An Early American Journal Keyed to Medical Students: A Pioneer Contribution of Elisha Bartlett," Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1966, circa 1966.

33 22

Whitfield J. Bell, Jr., "A Potrait of the Colonial Physician: The Fielding H. Garrison Lecture," Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1970 (2 copies), circa 1970.

33 23

Whitfield J. Bell, Jr., "Practitioners of History: Philadelphia Medical Historians Before 1925," Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1976, circa 1976.

33 24

Eric T. Carlson and Meribeth M. Simpson, "Models of the Nervous System in Eighteenth Century Psychiatry," Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1969, circa 1969.

33 25

Charles E. Rosenberg, "Inward Vision & Outward Glance: The Shaping of the American Hospital, 1880-1914," Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1979, circa 1979.

33 26

Beverly P. Lynch, "Options for the 80s: Directions in Academic and Research Libraries," College & Research Libraries, 1982, circa 1982.

33 27

David H. Stam, "'Prove All Things: Hold Fast That Which Is Good': Deaccessioning and Research Libraries," College & Research Libraries, 1982, circa 1982.

33 28

Norman S. Fiering, "Solomon Stoddard's Library at Harvard in 1664," Harvard Library Bulletin, 1972, circa 1972.

33 29

Owen Gingerich, "Rara Astronomica," Harvard Library Bulletin, 1971, circa 1971.

33 30

Philip Hofer, "Preliminary Sketches for Gravelot's Cornielle," Harvard Library Bulletin, 1951, circa 1951.

33 31

Robert F. Metzdorf, "The Publishing History of Richard Henry Dana's Two Years Before the Mast,"  Harvard Library Bulletin, 1953, circa 1953.

33 32

Boies Penrose, "English Printing at Antwerp in the Fifteenth Century," Harvard Library Bulletin, 1970, circa 1970.

33 33

Caroline Robbins, "Thomas Hollis in His Dorsetshire Retirement," Harvard Library Bulletin, 1975, circa 1975.

33 34

Roger E. Stoddard, "The Use of Mourning Wrappers in New England, with a Note on Mourning Papers in English Books at Harvard," Harvard Library Bulletin, 1982, circa 1982.

33 35

Richard J. Wolfe, "A Footnote to the Publication of Peter Smith's Indian Doctor's Dispensatory (Cincinnati, 1813),"  Harvard Library Bulletin, 1979, circa 1979.

33 36

"Notes," Harvard Library Bulletin, 1950, circa 1950.

33 37

Eric T. Carlson and Meribeth M. Simpson, "Perkinism vs. Mesmerism," Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 1970, circa 1970.

33 38

Patricia S. Noel and Eric T. Carlson, "The Faculty Psychology of Benjamin Rush," Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 1973, circa 1973.

33 39

Michael H. Harris, "Books on the Frontier: The Extent and Nature of Book Ownership in Southern Indiana, 1800-1850," The Library Quarterly, 1972, circa 1972.

33 40

Lee E. Grove, "John Murray and Paper Deterioration," Libri, 1966, circa 1966.

33 41

Lawrence Clark Powell, "The Power to Evoke," Manuscripts, 1953, circa 1953.

33 42

Justin G. Turner, "The Donner-Reed Party: Men Against Mountains, Salt, and Sand," Manuscripts, 1960, circa 1960.

33 43

Justin G. Turner, "The Five Manuscript Copies of the Gettysburg Address," Manuscripts, 1965, circa 1965.

33 44

Justin G. Turner, "General Dix and the American Flag," Manuscripts, 1969, circa 1969.

33 45

Summer 1989 issue of Manuscripts, 1989.

33 46

Thomas R. Adams, "The Samuel J. Randall Papers," Pennsylvania History, Quarterly Journal of the Pennsylvania Historical Association, 1954, circa 1954.

34 1

Roger Butterfield, "George Lippard and His Secret Brotherhood," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 1955, circa 1955.

34 2

Edward C. Carter II, "A 'Wild Irishman' Under Every Federalist's Bed: Naturalization in Philadelphia, 1789-1806," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 1970, circa 1970.

34 3

H. Trevor Colbourn, "John Dickinson, Historical Revolutionary," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 1959, circa 1959.

34 4

Lawrence Henry Gipson, "The Great Debate in the Committee of the Whole House of Commons on the Stamp Act, 1766, as Reported by Nathaniel Ryder," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 1962, circa 1962.

34 5

Peter J. Parker, "Asbury Dickens, Bookseller, 1798-1801, or, The Brief Career of a Careless Youth," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 1970, circa 1970.

34 6

Whitfield J. Bell, Jr., "Rattlesnakes and Hummingbirds: Philadelphia's Resources for the History of Science," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1970, circa 1970.

34 7

Jacob Blanck, "The Star Spangled Banner," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1966, circa 1966.

34 8

Robert B. Brown, "Texans in Leopard Skin Pants," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1950, circa 1950.

34 9

Charles W. David, "The Longwood Library," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1957, circa 1957.

34 10

Alexander Davidson, Jr., "How Benson J. Lossing Wrote his 'Field Books' of the Revolution, the War of 1812 and the Civil War," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1938, circa 1938.

34 11

Richard Beale Davis, "Sandy's Song of Solomon: Its Manuscript Versions and Their Circulation,"  Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1956, circa 1956.

34 12

Frederick R. Goff, "The Dates in Certain German Incunabula," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1940, circa 1940.

34 13

Frederick R. Goff, "The Preparation of the Third Census of Incunabula in American Libraries,"  Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1970, circa 1970.

34 14

Robert F. Metzdorf, "Bibliographical Notes:The First American 'Rasselas' and Its Imprint," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1953, circa 1953.

34 15

Ted-Larry Pebworth, "Sir Henry Wotton's 'Dazel'd Thus, with Height of Place' and the Appropriation of Political Poetry in the Earlier Seventeenth Century," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1977, circa 1977.

34 16

Gordon N. Ray, "The Changing World of Rare Books," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1965, circa 1965.

34 17

Leona Rostenberg, "The Printers of Strassburg and Humanism, from 1501 until the Advent of the Reformation," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1940, circa 1940.

34 18

Roger E. Stoddard, "C. Fiske Harris, Collector of American Poetry and Plays," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1963, circa 1963.

34 19

Roger E. Stoddard, "Bibliographical Notes: Some Corrigenda and Addenda to Hill's American Plays Printed 1714-1830,"  Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1971, circa 1971.

34 20

Roger E. Stoddard, "Lost Books: American Poetry before 1821," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1982, circa 1982.

34 21

Roger E. Stoddard, "Vanity and Reform: B. O. Flower's Arena Publishing Company, Boston, 1890-1896. With a Bibliographical List of Arena Imprints," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1982, circa 1982.

34 22

David M. Vieth, "The Text of Rochester and the Editions of 1680," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1956.

34 23

David M. Vieth, "Order of Contents as Evidence of Authorship: Rochester's Poems of 1680,"  Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1959, circa 1959.

34 24

David M. Vieth, "A Textual Paradox: Rochester's 'To a Lady in a Letter'," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1960, circa 1960.

34 25

David M. Vieth, "Bibliographical Notes: A Unsuspected Cancel in Tonson's 1691 'Rochester'," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1961, circa 1961.

34 26

John Cook Wyllie, "The Forms of Twentieth-Century Cancels," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1953, circa 1953.

34 27

Rudolf Hirsch, "The Art of Selling Books: Notes on Three Aldus Catalogues, 1586-1592," Papers of the Bibliographical Society, University of Virginia, 1949, undated.

34 28

Allan H. Stevenson, "New Uses of Watermarks as Bibliographical Evidence," Papers of the Bibliographical Society, University of Virginia, 1949, undated.

34 29

Gordon M. Marshall, "Americana in the Scheide Library: Adventures of a Novice," The Princeton University Chronicle, 1976, circa 1976.

34 30

Charles Ryskamp, "Literary Association Books, 1800-1950," The Princeton University Library Chronicle, 1977, circa 1977.

34 31

Marcus A. McCorison, "Book Trade Labels at the American Antiquarian Society," American Antiquarian Society, 1973, circa 1973.

34 32

Roger E. Stoddard, "Notes on American Play Publishing, 1765-1865," American Antiquarian Society, 1971, circa 1971.

34 33

Tribute to Clarence Saunders Brigham, 1877-1963, Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 1963, circa 1963.

34 34

Whitfield J. Bell, Jr., "Archives and Autographs in the American Philosophical Society Library," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 1959, circa 1959.

34 35

Whitfield J. Bell, Jr., "Astronomical Observatories of the American Philosophical Society, 1769-1843," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 1964, circa 1964.

34 36

Whitfield J. Bell, Jr., "As Others Saw Us: Notes on the Reputation of the American Philosophical Society," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 1972, circa 1972.

34 37

Whitfield J. Bell, Jr., "I. Minis Hays, Secretary, Librarian, and Benefactor of the American Philosophical Society," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 1975, circa 1975.

34 38

George F. Kennan and Whitfield J. Bell, Jr., "Views from Another East Berlin," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 1982, circa 1982.

34 39

William Roach, "Francisque Michel: A Pioneer in Medieval Studies," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 1970, circa 1970.

34 40

Kenneth M. Setton, "The Byzantine Background to the Italian Renaissance," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 1956, circa 1956.

34 41

Bernard Bailyn, "Morison: An Appreciation," Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1977, circa 1977.

34 42

"Lyman Henry Butterfield: Commemorations of His Life by Marc Friedlaender, Olive G. Malcolm, Whitfield J. Bell, Jr., and Fox Butterfield," Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1982, circa 1982.

35 1

John Freehafer, " Cardenio, by Shakespeare and Fletcher,"  Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, 1969, circa 1969.

35 2

J. A. Leo Lemay, "Richard Lewis and Augustan American Poetry, " Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, 1968, circa 1968.

35 3

David M. Vieth, "Poems by 'My Lord R.': Rochester versus Radclyffe," Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, 1957, circa 1957.

35 4

H. Trevor Colbourn, "The Reading of Joseph Carrington Cabell: 'A List of Books on Various Subjects Recommended to a Young Man...'," Studies in Bibliography, 1960, circa 1960.

35 5

C. William Miller, "Thomas Newcomb: A Restoration Printer's Ornament Stock," Studies in Bibliography, 1950-1951, circa 1951.

35 6

C. William Miller, "A London Ornament Stock: 1598-1683," Studies in Bibliography, 1955, circa 1955.

35 7

G. Thomas Tanselle, "A System of Color Identification for Bibliographical Description," Studies in Bibliography, 1967, circa 1967.

35 8

G. Thomas Tanselle, "The Bibliographical Description of Patterns," Studies in Bibliography, 1970, circa 1970.

35 9

Ted-Larry Pebworth, "Bibliographical Notes: New Light on Sir Henry Wotton's 'The Character of a Happy Life'," The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society: The Library, 1978, circa 1978.

35 10

Norman S. Fiering, "President Samuel Johnson and the Circle of Knowledge," The William and Mary Quarterly, 1971, circa 1971.

35 11

Norman S. Fiering, "The Transatlantic Republic of Letters: A Note on the Circulation of Learned Periodicals to Early Eighteenth-Century America," The William and Mary Quarterly, 1976, circa 1976.

35 12

Caroline Robbins, "Absolute Liberty: The Life and Thought of William Popple, 1638-1708," The William and Mary Quarterly, 1967, circa 1967.

35 13

Justin G. Turner, "Manuscripts and History," address delivered at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for State and Local History at Houston, Texas, October 24, 1952, circa 1952.

35 14

IV. Photographs by Edwin Wolf 2nd, 1970s.

Box Folder

Photographic prints: Self portraits, 1970s.

35 15

Photographic prints: Portraits and candid shots of various people, 1970s.

35 16

Photographic prints: Portraits and candid shots of various people, 1970s.

35 17

Photographic prints: Landscapes and various objects, 1970s.

35 18

Photographic prints: Landscapes and various objects, 1970s.

36 1

Contact sheets, 1970s.

36 2

Photographic negatives, 1970s.

36 3

Photographic negatives, 1970s.

36 4

Photographic prints, negatives, slide, and notes from photography class, 1970s.

36 5

Titled and matted photographic prints, 1970s.

37 9

"Philadelphia's Coming of Age, 1745-1785" Winterthur slide album, 1970s.

36 6