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My Faraway One Selected Letters of Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz: Volume One, 1915-1933. Selected, annotated, and edited by Sarah Greenough. There are few couples in the history of 20th-century American art and culture more prominent than Georgia O’Keeffe (1887–1986) and … Continue reading
To Do: A Book of Alphabets and Birthdays, by Gertrude Stein; With illustrations by Giselle Potter and an introduction by Timothy Young Written in 1940 and intended as a follow-up to her children’s book The World Is Round, published the … Continue reading
The Beinecke Library’s Digital Images database just reached a milestone with our 300,000th digitized image: an opening from WA MSS 50, Joseph Goldsborough Bruff Diaries, Journals, and Notebooks, from the Western Americana Collection. This is one of 16 volumes describing … Continue reading
The Russian artist El Lissitzky is best remembered for his striking Constructivist and Suprematist works in the early era of Soviet avant-garde propaganda. Books like The Story of the Two Squares, his design work for UNOVIS, and the posters and exhibitions … Continue reading
And here’s part 2 of 2 from our newly launched video tutorial for our Digital Collections. If you missed part 1, see it here first.
Learn more about searching the Beinecke’s Digital Collections, a trove of hundreds of thousands of digitized items from our vast holdings. From spectacles to showgirls, postcards to poems. Here’s part 1 of 2:
Announced on December 20, 2010 by Richard Levin in an email to the Yale community (excerpted below): It is with great pleasure that I write to announce the appointment of Edwin C. Schroeder as Librarian of the Beinecke Rare Book … Continue reading
A new exhibition and a new exhibition blog! Visit God Save the King: Music from the British Royal Court, 1770 – 1837 online and in-person, if you can. We would love to see you. For more events around this exhibition … Continue reading
A new podcast from our occasional series, American Letters, is available: Episode 3: Ernest Hemingway to Ezra Pound, 1931. Despite a broken arm and several broken fingers, Hemingway writes to his friend Ezra Pound and to Pound’s wife, Dorothy Shakespear. … Continue reading
Well, yes. Thank you for noticing our new look. We’ve gone Modern.