Rauner Special Collections Library Acquisitions during July 2018

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A plan for the "Sonnets" of a proposed Shakespeare
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616
Pawlet [Ver.] : C. Fredericks, 1954
Rauner Eberhart PR2848.A3 F7 1954

Ten poems
Eberhart, Richard, 1904-2005
[Winston-Salem, N.C.] : Privately printed for Stuart Wright [Palaemon Press], [1984]
Rauner Eberhart PS3509.B456 A6 1984

The tragedy of King Lear
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616
London : Methuen, 1921
Rauner Eberhart PR2819.A2 M8 1921

The wild anemone & other poems
Laughlin, James, 1914-1997
New York City : New Directions, 1957
Rauner Eberhart PS3523.A8245 W55 1957

A smuggler's bible
McElroy, Joseph
New York : Harcourt, Brace & World, ©1966
Rauner Eberhart PS3563.A293 S68 1966

Typewriter birds
Smith, William Jay, 1918-2015
New York : Caliban Press, 1954
Rauner Eberhart PS3537.M8693 T9

The startle effect : poems
Shomer, Enid
Tampa, Fla. : American Studies Press, 1983
Rauner Eberhart PS3569.H575 S7 1983

English rustic pictures,
Walker, Frederick, 1840-1875
London, G. Routledge and Sons [1882]
Rauner Sine Illus NC1110 .W2 1882

Flint, W. Russell 1880-1969
London : Collins, [©1950]
Prologue -- Drawings -- Descriptive notes -- Epilogue -- Works in public galleries -- Titles of illustrated books -- Bibliography -- Biographical summary.
Rauner Sine Illus NC1115.F776 A42 1950

Spatial Structural Violence: / Access to Emergency Medical Care on Native American Reservations in North and South Dakota
Salem, Lindsay, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Confucius : the Unwobbling pivot & the Great digest
translated by Ezra Pound ; with notes and commentary on the text and the ideograms ; together with Ciu i.e. Chu Hsi's "Preface" to the Chung yung and Tseng's commentary on the Testament
[Murray, Utah] : [publisher not identified], [1947]
Rauner Eberhart AP2 .P533 no. 4

South Florida poetry journal
Tampa, Fla. [University of South Florida.]
Rauner Eberhart PS301 .S45

Eskimo longevity in Northern Alaska
Stefansson, Vilhjalmur, 1879-1962
[Washington, D.C.] : [American Association for the Advancement of Science], 1958
Rauner Stefansson Q1 .S35 v.127 p.16-19

The skies we roam beneath : stories from Wyoming
Storey, Kasey author
"I have always been captivated by Wyoming's skies, spellbound and mystified by their brilliant splendor, and dedicated to putting them on the page, so that people who have never wandered into the state can experience their beauty. But, as I began my writing, I found that not everyone viewed the sky in the same way I did. Where one person saw hues of orange, another saw hues of pink. Where one person saw beauty and expansiveness, another saw desolation and emptiness. I ultimately realized that people grew up and lived beneath the same skies as I did, but that their experiences and perceptions all varied. In that moment, I decided that I wanted to write a collection of four short stories, one for each of Wyoming's very different seasons, and that I wanted to make the characters and narratives as diverse as the weather conditions. I sought to create a small window into Wyoming's world, one that showed how different people can be, even when they are from the same place, resulting in a collection of contemporary and realistic stories about everyday people and the everyday lives they lead beneath Wyoming's skies. "
Baker Berry LD1447.7 .S766 2018

Ludwig van Beethoven's Werke : Orchester für Klavierübertragen
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827
Leipzig : Breitkopf & Härtel, [1888-1892?]
Rauner Eberhart M3 .B42 1888z

Ludwig van Beethoven's Werke : Orchester für Klavierübertragen
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827
Leipzig : Breitkopf & Härtel, [1888-1892?]
Rauner Eberhart M3 .B42 1888z

American colonialism on Guam and its challenges
Perez, Jesse R. A. author
"This thesis explores the challenging history of Guam and its Chamorro people under American colonial rule. It establishes that, though the people of Guam are called U.S. citizens and historical documents clearly show Chamorro people giving their loyalty, land, energy, and work, to the establishment of a strong United States, they continue to be denied the basic rights of self-governance and political voice by the U.S. Congress that all mainland American citizens exercise. This thesis develops the historical and military story of Guam and its Chamorro people that has led to the current state of affairs, establishing that the Chamorro people have suffered -- and continue to suffer -- significant social and environmental damages under American rule. The thesis shows that Chamorro voices opposing U.S. military priorities for the island are often ignored to advance Pentagon priorities ahead of Chamorro quality of life matters, rendering Pacific Islander voices invisible. The research suggests that more can, and should be done by the U.S. Congress to recognize the historic and present-day sacrifices made by Guam's native people, and to grant them the full agency, respect, and voice of self-determination due to them as American citizens. The first section, The Beginning: American Racialized Construction, critiques pre-World War Two Navy governance on Guam to assess its intersectional nature with islanders. Section two, Global War & Intimate Suffering, examines the challenges and unique lived circumstances of the Chamorro people who went from being governed under U.S. naval martial law to becoming wartime captives of the Japanese during World War Two. Section three, Governmental Control, Uncertainty & Hope, critiques post World War Two American governance that produced evolving inequality and human health risks to the Chamorro people. Section four, Environmental Violence & Health Consequences, explores how American governance, through military affiliated activities, compromised Guam environmentally and sickened the Chamorro population. Central patterns that emerge from this work include political subordination of islanders, intimate experiences with trauma, war and illness, invisibility and the tight control of information sharing by American governing authorities. The work concludes with the suggestion that increased inquiry, intellectual interrogation and discourses are needed to seek greater justice."
Baker Berry LD1447.7 .P473 2018

Salted feathers
Pullman, Wash. : Dick Bakken, [1964-
Rauner Eberhart PS580 .S3

The saintly Hun : a book of German virtues
Robinson, W. Heath 1872-1944
[London] : Duckworth & Co., [1916?]
Rauner Sine Illus R59sa

Ioannis Seldeni Mare clausum seu De dominio maris libri duo : Primo, mare, ex jure naturæ seu gentium, omnium hominum non esse commune, sed dominii privati seu proprietatis capax, pariter ac tellurem, esse demonstratur. Secundo, Serenissimum Magnæ Britanniæ regem maris circumflui, ut individuæ atque perpetuæ imperii britannici appendicis, dominum esse, asseritur
Selden, John, 1584-1654
Londoni : Excudebat Will. Stanesbeius, pro Richardo Meighen, MDCXXXV [1635]
Rauner Rare Book JX4423 .S35 1635

Mnemonica, or, The art of memory : drained out of the pure fountains of art & nature
Willis, John, -1625
London : Printed and sold by Leonard Sowersby, 1661
Rauner Rare Book BF370 .W7 1661

Robert Courtneidge's production of The Arcadians : souvenir of the second anniversary performance, Friday, April 28th, 1911
Monckton, Lionel, 1861-1924
[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [1911]
Rauner Sine Illus W554moar

Sundry rhymes from the days of our grandmothers'
Taylor, Jane, 1783-1824
New York : A.D.F. Randolph & Co., 1888
Rauner Sine Illus E45su

[Sketches by Boz. [First and] second series
Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878
[London] : [John Macrone], [1836-37]
Rauner Sine Illus C78crsk

Coaches on coaching : inside the game of women's basketball from those who lived it
Micir, Addie E., author
"Collegiate coaching as a profession provides a unique challenge. Even though their personnel changes every year due to graduation and new matriculation, coaches are charged with establishing a cohesive team culture that will not only develop student-athletes of high character but also result in more games won. This challenge becomes even more daunting as new generations become college athletes. The original plan for this thesis was to seek answers to the questions why it is so difficult to coach millennials and what are the factors that make the millennial generation so different? The interviews I conducted with well-respected, tenured college basketball head coaches from across the country made that topic grow into so much more! This collection of coaches represents a broad cross-section of the profession, and their personal accounts of their careers offer insight on many topics. Though each coach has his or her own distinctive coaching style and team culture, there are common threads that run through each of their stories. Foremost is the fact that although they are all aware that the metric by which their athletic administration measures their success is their win-loss records, not one coach mentions a given number of wins as a goal. Rather, they all recognize that their prime directive is to effect growth in each of their players at a crucial time in their young lives. This growth is in the areas of leadership, cooperation, communication, and self-awareness. Each of the coaches expresses a desire to lead their student-athletes to understand and experience the joy and satisfaction of being a part of something bigger than themselves. As a byproduct, these interviews serves to reaffirm my decision to make coaching my life's work. "
Baker Berry LD1447.7 .M535 2018

India's love lyrics : including The garden of Kama
Hope, Laurence, 1865-1904
New York : John Lane ; [1920?]
Rauner Sine Illus PR6027.I37 I5

The earth fiend : a ballad
Strang, William, 1859-1921
London : Elkin Mathews and John Lane, 1892
Rauner Sine Illus S897ea

"Lighter Skin: Wealth or Health?" : a biosocial and political economy analysis of skin-bleaching amongst Senegalese women in Dakar, Senegal
Sow, Saadjo, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Paradise and the Peri
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852
[London] : Day & Son, [1860]
Rauner Sine Illus O946pa

Are parks the problem?: examining the relationship between equitable Greenspace Development projects and gentrification
Mathias, Clare McElfresh, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Mixed-methods analyses of air pollution and birth outcomes in Beijing, China
Wang, Vijun Amanda, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Sunshine for showery days
London : S.W. Partridge & Co., [1894]
Rauner Sine Illus X37suns

The cricket on the hearth : a fairy tale of home
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870
[London] : Golden Cockerel Press printed for the members of Ltd. Editions Club, 1933
Rauner Sine Illus T56cri

Songs and their singers : from "Punch"
May, Phil, 1864-1903
London : Bradbury, 1898
Fifteen proofs mounted on card stock and with captions printed on labels affixed to the card stock.
Rauner Sine Illus M397son

In pursuit of livable communities: an ethics of care for Vermont and New Hampshire agri-food systems
Sclafani, Alex author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Water, Agriculture, and Climate Dynamics in Chile's Aconcagua River Basin
Webb, Mariana J., author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

The jackdaw of Rheims
Ingoldsby, Thomas, 1788-1845, author
London : Published by Gay & Hancock at 12 & 13 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, 1913
Rauner Sine Illus F65jac

Affordable housing in New York City: the motivations behind mixed-income
Ezrapour, Eliza Florence, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Would Frederick Douglass be an Afropessimist? Re-reading a slave's narrative into current debates on race and slavery
Klarman, Brian Jacob, author
"How do modern theories of slavery account for the lived experiences of chattel slaves, in the United States? While answering such a question in its entirety is near impossible, this thesis offers one reading that may begin to reveal the promise of such an intervention. With an ever-increasing philosophical debate about the connection between slavery and Blackness to draw upon, this thesis settles on the question of what one former slave, Frederick Douglass, would have thought about one theory of slavery, Afropessimism. Taking up Douglass' narratives, speeches, and writings, this project attempts to re-read the pivotal texts and interviews of Afropessimism from his perspective. Using Douglass' outlook as a guiding principle, supplemented when appropriate with current theorists of race whose works can help articulate Douglass' concerns to a modern audience, core concepts in Afropessimism--including, but not limited to, the definition of slavery, the ethics of compromise, the necessity of pessimism, and the structure of narrative--are problematized. While this thesis neither evaluates every slave narrative nor comprehensively parses through the oeuvre of philosophical theories of slavery, my hope is that this piece will facilitate the continuation of projects on the intersections between the two fields. As such, I hope that you find this project useful in historicizing the theories of slavery while simultaneously theorizing slavery's history "
Baker Berry LD1447.7 .K588 2018

The Gilbert & Sullivan operas illustrated : season 1926 : with eight pages in colour and numerous black-and-white illustrations
specially made by "The Sphere" at Prince's Theatre by arrangement with the Ruper D'Oyly Carte Opera Company
[London] : The Sphere, [1926?]
Rauner Sine Illus X37gisu

Rembrandt's etchings : from choice impressions in the British Museum
Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, 1606-1669
[Great Britain] : Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education, [19--]
Rauner Sine Illus B762rere

Green-kirtled spring
Smith, N. Graham, compiler
London, Elkin Mathews Ltd., 1924
The undiscovered country [by] A.S. Hartrick.-Cheddar pinks [by] Robert Bridges.-English spring [by] John Galsworthy.-The earth outspread [by] E.J. Detmold.-The dawn [by] Walter de la Mare.-A Wiltshire farm [by] A.S. Hartrick.-An invitation to Wiltshire [by] Maurice Hewlett.- Where the fairies play [by] E.O. Hoppé.-Ferns and pharisees [by] Alfred Noyes.-Zephyrus and Flora [by] Edmund J. Sullivan.-Shakespeare and the English spring [by] Clemence Dane [pseud.]-The blue hill [by] W. Arnold Foster.-Inheritance [by] Laurence Binyon.-A gipsy man [by] Edmund J. Sullivan.-On the King's highway [by] W.H. Davies.-The birth of Eve [by] Edmund Dulac.-A faun in February [by] Patrick Chalmers.-The storm [by] E.J. Detmold.-St. Mary-in-the-marsh [by] Sheila Kaye-Smith.
Rauner Sine Illus X37smgr

Henry Alken :
Sparrow, Walter Shaw, 1862-1940
London : Williams and Norgate, Ltd. ; 1927
Rauner Sine Illus X37sphe

Grimm's and Hans Andersen's fairy tales : selected and edited for little folk
Grimm, Jacob, 1785-1863
London ; Blackie and Son Limited, [1906]
Rauner Sine Illus X37grha

Young Herchard : a Somersetshire story
illustrated by Hugh Thomson
[London, England] : [The Graphic] ; [1895]
Rauner Sine Illus T56you

By brush and burin : a selection of engravings on wood after the best artists
Paterson, Robert, active 1860-1899, author,
[London] : [publisher not identified], [1890]
Rauner Sine Illus P38by

Cards with geographical information
[place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [between 1786 and 1792?]
Rauner Rare Book G76 .C373 1786

Proof and manuscript components of Michael Roberts' Poems
Roberts, Michael, 1902-1948, author
Rauner Eberhart PR6035.O53 P6 1935

Portraits and other plates etched by Sydney L. Smith : engraver's own proofs
Smith, Sidney Lawton, 1845-1929, artist,
Rauner Nash NE395.S65 P678 1890

The time that was then
Roskolenko, Harry, author
New York : Dial Press, 1971
Once upon an immigrant -- The boarder -- The factory in my father's time -- The cloakmakers' strike, 1910 -- Portrait of a socialist -- Bargains in everything, Orchard Street -- Headlines on East Broadway, The Yiddish press -- Peddlers and poets -- The Yiddish theatre -- The man with the little black bag -- The Rebbe -- The revolutionists -- The cafes, tea, strudel, and monologues -- Politicians and propagandists -- The neighborhood settlements.
Rauner Eberhart F128.9.J5 R6 1971b

Poetry of the unconscious
Anthony, Frank, 1922-2006, author
Windsor, VT : Plains Poet Press, [1987]
Rauner Eberhart PS3551.N726 P648 1987

The impact of retrieval practice on Memory Fidelity: a metacognitive approach
Schuetze, Brendan A., author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

8 original drawings for Esmond
Brock, H. M. 1875-1960, artist
Original art work for The history of Henry Esmond by William Makepeace Thackeray. Each pen and ink drawing signed and with brief caption in ink. Seven drawings with text location indicated and one drawing with pencil markings. Each sheet mounted on paper backing.
Rauner Sine Illus B762brei

Reflections on Dartmouth : ten years after
Bonner, Isabel F. author
[Pennsylvania?] : [Isabel Bonner], [1987]
Rauner Eberhart PS3552.O63625 R445 1987

The homoeroticism of the Orient : the works of Jean-Léon Gérôme and the global homoerotic art trade
Petroski, Jacob R. author
"This theses examines the life of nineteenth century French academic painter Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824-1904), his connection to the international art market, and his homoerotic Orientalist paintings. Analyzing these paintings from a Queer Studies viewpoint, it becomes clear that many of his Orientalist works are homoerotic in nature, and appeal to both a homosexual and heterosexual viewer. Scholarly knowledge is limited on Gérôme in general, and particularly on his Orientalist and homoerotic paintings. My thesis explores this subject matter and analyzes the social and artistic clues given in the works. I discuss in depth some of Gérôme's most well-known Orientalist works: Moorish Bath, 1870, The Bath, 1880-1885, Pelt Merchant of Cairo, 1869, and The Snake Charmer, 1879, and examine the homoeroticism of the respective subject in detail. I collectively identify sixty-five homoerotic Orinetalist themed paintings by Gérôme of which thirty-two are of male homoerotic themes and thirty-three female homoerotic themes. The market and the audience of these works show that Gérôme filled a certain need for this subject matter. Gérôme's ability to appeal to a wider audience is part of the reason why he was successful as an artist. "
Baker Berry LD1447.7 .P488 2018

The world turned over
Tripp, Brian D., 1945- book artist
[Orleans, California?] : [Brian D. Tripp], [2018]
Rauner Presses B649trwo

There is no such thing as the 21st century
Tripp, Brian D., 1945- book artist
Brooklyn, NY : Booklyn Inc., [2018]
Rauner Presses N7433.4.T748 T44 2018

An astronomical diary, or, Almanack, for the year of Christian æra ..
by Nathanael Low
Boston : Printed and sold by D. & J. Kneeland
Rauner Rainone Box 1

The Agency Assessment Tool: a multi-dimensional diagnostic inventory for agentive disorders
Oristaglio, Jett author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Behavioral evidence for flexible integration of reward information under uncertainty
Nguyen, May, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

The discipline(s) of Cognitive Science: Sloan funding and interdisciplinary knowledge production
Marsano, Emma Claire Bahles, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Private schools, public purpose? : higher education's commitment to native American youth: a national tragedy revisited
Wadland, Julie author
"A National Tragedy Revisited uses interdisciplinary research both historical and contemporary, qualitative and quantitative empirical data cutting across the history of education, public policy, social and developmental psychology, adolescent development, and health care to better understand how Native youth are the most academically under-performing youth population in the United States. Recent research and data from the U.S. Census Bureau around educational outcomes in the United States show youth and adolescents who identify as American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian face significant barriers known to disadvantage and limit access to successful attainment of higher education. Attention will be paid to investigating the culturally nuanced answers to how and why Native youth are vastly under-represented at some of the most selective institutions of higher education; the deeply complex social, political, cultural, and communal challenges surrounding Native identity development and educational attainment; and how certain college and universities have-or have-not demonstrated a commitment to recruiting, enrolling, supporting, and retaining Native youth. "
Baker Berry LD1447.7 .W335 2018

Emotional affective congruence between TV show narrative and subsequent ad
Shaiva, Nikita, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

The Anti-masonic almanac, for ..
by Edward Giddins .
Utica : William Williams, 1827-1832
Rauner Rainone Box 1

Broad grins, or, Fun for the new year
Boston : A. Ainsworth, 1832
Rauner Rainone Box 1

A large-scale smartphone-based study of Taiwan Mandarin
Kuo, Jennifer, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Prosodic hallmarks of verbal art in black english
Gladney, Anissa D., author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Tone and voice quality in Santo Domingo
Zapotec, Albarradas, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Maus : a survivor's tale
Spiegelman, Art
1. A survivor's tale -- 2. The honeymoon -- 3. Prisoner of war -- 4. The noose tightens -- 5. Mouse holes -- 6. Mouse trap -- 7. Mauschwitz.
Rauner Rare Book AP101 .R38

Running a blurry line. Lived experiences of disordered eating among female distance runners
Jensen, Kennedy E., author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Lost in translation: the "Good Enough" and sevã in dementia care for Indian elders
Strander, Sumita M., author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Portraits of postpartum depression: interpretations, surveillance and the lived-experiences of postpartum depression for African-American Mothers in Washington D.C
Clements, Crystal A., author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Negotiating intimacies: a study of gendered labor and cross-cultural care in New York City
Cohen, Julia, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Leave the needle on the jammed wavelength
Coles, Dominic author
"In contrast to more ubiquitous and normative theories of noise in media, communications, art, and scientific studies, this thesis proposes a Fanonian engagement with noise that centers the construction of affinity and communal bonds through varied acts of collective and individual interpretation. This theory of noise as a generative and constructive force draws on the recent work of Ian Baucom and the "tactics of listening", employed in Frantz Fanon's This Is the Voice of Algeria, as well as Marie Thompson's work in Beyond Unwanted Sound: Noise, Affect, and Aesthetic Moralism. Fanon's theory of noise is understood as a precursor to the work of cybernetic theorists Henri Atlan and Michel Serres. Viewed as foundational noise theorists in Thompson's work, the addition of Fanon seeks to decenter the largely Eurocentric and technocratic scholarly tendencies found in noise and sound studies. Aspects of my own creative practice that draw on Fanon's "tactics of listening" as well as my efforts to engage noise in its Fanonian capacity are detailed. Additionally, my work is situated within a growing field of contemporary art that conceives of noise in its generative capacities. "
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Masters 2018

Fragments of a Babble-onian analysis: the interminable "Dora Bruder" and "Notes from the Underground"
Messen, Timothy, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Through hell and high water: the Southern Louisiana narrative as an Ontology of Resilience
Tichenor, Ava, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Creating worlds and shaping Hawaiian identity in early and contemporary Makahiki Rituals
Kawano, Kourtney, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Banks, Stephen, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

E̕ Onipa̕ a Kakou: Hawaiian identities and political pathways to sovereignty
Akau,Elizabeth T. K. author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Toward sustainability-as-flourishing: an analysis of environmental organizations involved in post-Katrina rebuilding of New Orleans
Freehafer, Lydia, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Pseudomonas aeruginosa can enhance the growth of streptococci
Scott, Jessie Elizabeth, author
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Masters 2018

Boston comic almanack, for ..
Boston : J. Fisher
Rauner Rainone Box 1

The musician-designer : integrating the projection medium into dramatic musical narrative
Tassi, Camilla author
"Visual projections were first employed in theatrical performances by Erwin Piscator in Germany during the 1920s. Today, projection has emerged as a design field of its own, and degree programs dedicated to projections have begun to be instituted in universities. Yet, little has been written regarding how to approach projection as an artistic process and not purely a technical element. With the recent developments in projection mapping software (including the platform Isadora, first released in 2002), projection design has become more easily accessible and approachable. But what are the qualities that make projection unique from other mediums? Why and how should it be incorporated in performances? Projection is a tool located between the virtual and the physical world: it is the child of light and film. As a result, projection has become another powerful design element in the audiovisual performance setting, particularly in the theatrical, staged, environment. Because of the rhythm and flexibility it can have in its mutation and presentation of content, projections offer interesting possibilities, particularly in collaborations with music, which are the focus of this thesis. I offer a history of projection as a genre and as a medium through the lens of opera. I then present how projection can help with the recontextualization of musico-dramatic genres (oratorio, cantatas, opera) of both early and modern periods, and how it can enhance and transform the visual and psychological space of a performance. Case studies of professional designers in opera are referenced and analyzed (Wendall Harrington's Werther, Ex Machina's La Damnation de Faust, and William Kentridge's The Nose). I then share three productions I have designed: composer Buxtehude's Membra Jesu Nostri, Carissimi's Jepthe, and Delinger's Talk to Me Like the Rain, and describe the process for tackling projection design for musical, dramatic, and narrative goals. Factors such as visual focus, score analysis, layers of accessibility in language and culture, as well as incorporation of architectural space, materiality, and interactivity with the performers are all present in the audiovisual approach of projections in the process of bringing music to life. "
Paddock Thesis Masters 2018

Upcycling brewery wastewater to cultivate microalgae: a systems approach to sustainable aquafeed production
Sclafani, Alex, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Xanthan-konjak hydrogel characterization and microfluidic generation of microbeads
Santana, Daniel, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2016

Afro-ecology: Black Agrarianism as regenerative activism
Mason, Calin Amber, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Memory reactivation in neural networks
Li, Chenguang, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Does gravity enforce macrorealism?
Nejad, Saba, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Time-dependent simulation of neutral helium in the heliosphere
Sun, Andrew, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

The comic almanac for the year ..
Baltimore, MD. : John Berger
Rauner Rainone Box 1

De darkie's comic all-me-nig : calendar ... correct for every state in the Union, the Territories, Texas, and British Provinces
by David Young
Philadelphia ; Turner & Fisher, [1846]
Rauner Rainone Box 1

The Crystal Palace comic almanac, 1854
New York : T.W. Strong, publisher and printer, 98 Nassau Street ; [1853]
Rauner Rainone Box 1

Navigating Kanaka Māoli Politics of Loko ̕I a Restoration at Wa̕i uli, Hawa̕i i
Trask-Sharpe, Kala̕e ōl̕a a, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Spellbinding silhouettes & sugary strands
Boreri, Caroline, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

The funny fellows' almanac for ..
New York : P.J. Cozans
Rauner Rainone Box 2

The national comic almanac, for the year ..
[Boston?] : Published by the President of the American Eating Club
Rauner Rainone Box 3

The Franklin almanac, and Western New-York calendar, for the year of our Lord ..
Rochester, N.Y. : Printed and published by David Hoyt
Rauner Rainone Box 2

The Komical komic all-i-make. 1842
[New York] : Gotham: Published by Doleful Serious [i.e. Robert H. Elton], and sold at 98 Nassau, and 18 Division-Streets., [1841]
Rauner Rainone Box 2

The Philadelphia comic almanac
Philadelphia : G. Strong, [1835]
Rauner Rainone Box 3

Perceptions of terroir in Vermont wine and cider
Sabol, Madison author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

The comic token for ..
Boston : C. Ellms
Rauner Rainone Box 1

Strong's comic almanac 1857
[New York] : T.W. Strong, publisher, 98 Nassau Street, N.Y., c1856 ;
Rauner Rainone Box 4

Finn's comic almanac, or, United States calendar for ..
Boston : Marsh, Capen & Lyon, [1835]-
Rauner Rainone Box 2

Tragic almanack
New-York : C.P. Huestis, publisher and engraver, [1842?]
Rauner Rainone Box 4

Wit and wisdom almanac, for ..
Philadelphia : J. Van Court, printer and publisher
Rauner Rainone Box 4

The phunny book
[Burlington, Vt.?] : Ephriam Muggins
Rauner Rainone Box 3

Uncle Sam's large almanack, for ..
Philadelphia : Published and sold by Denny & Walker
Rauner Rainone Box 4

Smokehouse monthly
Minneapolis, Minn. : W.H. Fawcett
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Chasing winter: a climate change vulnerability assessment of of Crested Butte, Colorado
Buchanan, Jimmy author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Investigating aboveground-belowground carbon and nitrogen linkages in post-agricultural New England
Mora, Eleni A. author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

The pride of Peter Prim, or, Proverbs that will suit the young or the old
Cooperstown [New York] : Stereotyped, printed and sold by H. & E. Phinney, 1829
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Crusade temperance almanac
New York : R.H. McDonald & Co
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Puck's annual
New York : Keppler & Schwarzmann
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The magazine of fun
Chicage, Ill. : The Magazine of Fun
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Tommy Toddles's comic almenac
Toddles, Tommy
Leeds : J. Heaton and Son
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Second breath
Anderson, Noelle Cabot, author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Elton's funny almanack
New York : Elton, [1846?-]
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Salmagundi. Second series
Paulding, James Kirke, 1778-1860
Philadelphia : M. Thomas ; 1819-1820
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Paul Pry's almanac, for the year ..
by David Young
New-York : Printed and sold by C. Brown
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Elton's comic all-my-nack ..
New-York : R.H. Elton, [1833?]-
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The United States comic almanac : with wit, jests and humorous whims : calculated for the city of New York ..
Boston : Allen & Co. ; [1834?-]
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Jackson almanack
New York : Elton, [1834?-1835?]
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Every body's comick almanack
New York : Turner & Fisher ; [1837?]
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Spooner's comic almanac
[New York?] : [Frank Tousey?], 1891-
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Fisher's comic almanac
Boston : Published by James Fisher
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Sojer's comic almanac for ..
New York : T.W. Strong
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Turner's comick almanack
New York ; Turner & Fisher, [1838?]-
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10Be dating of Glacial Moraines in the Eastern Sierra Nevadak California
Plante, Zach author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

United States almanack, for the year of our Lord ... : carefully calculated for the latitude and meridian of Philadelphia
by Charles Frederick Egelmann
Philadelphia : George W. Mentz & Son, [1836?-]
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Perry's pictorial almanac for ..
Philadelphia: John B. Perry
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The people's illustrated almanac : and ephemeris of the motions of the sun and moon, the true places and aspects of the planets, rising and setting of the sun and moon ..
New York : Published by Clapp & Townsend, 1848-
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Nast's illustrated almanac
New York : Harper & Bros
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Frank Tousey's comic almanac
New York City : Frank Tousey
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United States comic almanac. 1851
[Philadelphia] : King & Baird, Philadelphia, [1850]
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Philadelphia comic almanac
carefully calculated for the latitude and meridian of Philadelphia by a gentleman of New Jersey
Philadelphia : T.L. Bonsal
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Brother Jonathan's almanac, for ..
Philadelphia : Thomas L. Bonsai, [1837?]-
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The Alligator comic almanac for 1861
New York : P.J. Cozans, [1860]
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Development of chemical procedures to cleanly separate solar wind osmium embedded in Genesis silicon collectors
Janakiraman Paramasivan, Gayathri, author
"We have developed a method to cleanly extract Solar Wind (SW) osmium (Os) embedded in silicon (Si) wafers that were contaminated during crash landing of the GENESIS capsule. It forms part of a larger NASA funded research study aimed at determining the Re and Os concentrations of the solar photosphere. Solar wind Os is buried >13 nm (1nm = 10⁻⁹ m) below the water surface. Our procedure involves removal of the top 13 nm of the wafer surface followed by clean extraction of SW Os. Removal of the top 13 nm of silicon is accomplished by sequential oxidation of Si wafers with HNO₃ and removal of the resulting oxide layer with dilute HF. Extensive experimentation with Nd-implanted flown samples shows a linear relationship of the oxidation rate constant with the concentration of SW hydrogen which varies with depth. Using this relationship, we find that a flown wafer needs to be immersed in nitric acid for 422 minutes to oxidize topmost 9 nm. To oxidize the next 4 nm the wafer needs to be immersed for 196 minutes. The oxide layers can be removed by clean 2M HF to create atomically smooth surface (Imai et al., 2008) on silicon not physically damaged during the crash. Once cleaned, the wafer surface is etched using acidic bromine solution, which indiscriminately dissolves Si (Bressers et al., 1996). The acidic bromine solution provides not only a very clean method for extracting Os, but also simplifies processing of samples. More flight wafers will be required to optimize these results and to evaluate any heterogeneity in behavior among the flight samples. Methods and cleaning protocols developed here will also help the GENESIS community at large for removing contamination on samples prior to analysis."
Kresge Thesis M.S. Earth 2018

Titanium-mediated intermolecular [2+2+2]
Cassidy, James author
"A three-component coupling methodology between an internal alkyne, homopropargylic alkoxide, and a homoallylic alkoxide facilitated by titanium isopropoxide was investigated. Precedent showed that alkyne-alkyne cross-coupling proceeded in modest yields when the active organometallic species was generated using Grignard reagents. Unexpectedly low yields of diene product were observed when n-BuLi was used instead of a Grignard reagent. It was discovered that the addition of TMSCI results in higher yields for the cross-coupling of alkynes with titanium isopropoxide. This discovery led to results demonstrating the three-component intermolecular coupling reaction yielding cyclohexadiene products as single regioisomers "
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Masters 2018

Development of a transparent thin film de-icing system
Kuster, Travis author
"Ice and snow can accumulate on tall buildings and fall off, creating a danger to pedestrians. Tall buildings in crowded cities present the highest risk since the ice can fall into densely populated pedestrian areas that can be difficult to close. In addition, energy-efficient building envelopes that reduce heat loss result in colder façade temperatures which encourages accumulation. Existing thermal solutions rely on continuous heating and use too much energy to be feasible for large areas. Intermittent deicing methods, such as Pulse Electro Thermal Deicing (PETD), rely on a shorter, high powered heating pulse to shed accumulations before they reach dangerous levels. Since the duration of each heating pulse is short, the system uses significantly less total energy. Additionally, since each section only needs to heat for a few minutes at a time, the control system can be designed to cycle through different sections of the building, allowing the entire system to function on limited available power. Development of a suitable heat delivery system is necessary to implement PETD on a large scale. This thesis focuses on the development of a transparent heating system designed as a retrofit solution for glass building facades. The final outcome, a prototype of a transparent thin film heating system, proved effective but illuminated issues with building integration for retrofit systems. Future work on PETD development will allow tall buildings to be built in colder climates without increasing the risk of falling snow and ice."
Rauner D.C. Hist Thesis Masters 2018

Sam Slick's comic almanac for ..
New York : P.J. Cozans
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Rip snorter comic almanac 1860
New York : Philip J. Cozans, publisher, [1859]
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Major Jack Downing's magazine
Smith, Seba, 1792-1868
Boston : Lilly, Wait & Co., 1834
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Merry maker almanac
New York : Street & Smith
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National comic almanac, for ..
Philadelphia : King & Baird
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Sam Slick comic all-my-nack for ..
New-York : 104 Nassau & 134 Division Sts. [i.e. Elton]
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Acacia koa: a follow-up study and assessment of Koa Forestry in Hawai'i
Ahn, Heidi author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Marsh's komic allmynac
New York : Richard Marsh
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Rip snorter comic almanac for 1858
New York : P.J. Cozans, [1858?]
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The role of Phosphorylated ERK1/2 in magnetic nanoparticle sensitization of radiotherapy
Vernice, Nicholas Andrew author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Moral motivation meets metarepresentationalism: do patients with ventromedial frontal damage have first-order moral beliefs?
Widawsky, Daniel J. author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Customizing indoor wireless coverage via 3D-fabricated reflectors
Xiong, Xi, author
"Judicious control of indoor wireless coverage is crucial in built environments. It enhances signal reception, reduces harmful interference, and raises the barrier for malicious attackers. Existing methods are either costly, vulnerable to attacks, or hard to configure. We present a low-cost, secure, and easy-to-configure approach that uses an easily-accessible, 3D-fabricated reflector to customize wireless coverage. With input on coarse-grained environment setting and preferred coverage (e.g., areas with signals to be strengthened or weakened), the system computes an optimized reflector shape tailored to the given environment. The user simply 3D prints the reflector and places it around a Wi-Fi access point to realize the target coverage. We conduct experiments to examine the efficacy and limits of optimized reflectors in different indoor settings. Results show that optimized reflectors coexist with a variety of Wi-Fi APs and correctly weaken or enhance signals in target areas by up to 10 or 6 dB, resulting to throughput changes by up to -63.3% or 55.1%."
Baker Berry Cook Thesis M.S. COSC 2018

Ming's Hutchins' improved ; almanac and ephemeris ... for the year of our Lord ..
New York : Widow C. Zenger
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The queer almanac : consisting of jokes, hoaxes, and rare sport
Boston : C. Ellms, [1835]-
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Laugh and grow fat comic almanac
Philadelphia : Fisher & Bro
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Choosing to be grateful: ethical reasoning in Seneca's on benefits
Alpern, Leah author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Creating a fated self: agency and artistry in Nietzsche
Feuille, Claire author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Playing like a girl: a reconsideration of Victorian & Edwardian children's literature
Calcano, Kendall author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

One step forward: reimagining the politics and potential of the modern walker
Dumanian, Kate author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

NIPSY, an original screenplay
Budd, Lauren author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Fallen from where? Architectural and environmental characterizations of the victorian fallen woman
Docking, Julianna author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

The ethics of engagement: negotiating the normative moral status of combatants in war
Goldstein, Matthew author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

The moderating influence of social contact on perceptions of immigrants in France
Clayton, Katherine author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Is gender all that matters? the impact of women leaders' intersectional identities on political performance in India. / Alyssa Rene Heinze
Heinze, Alyssa Rene author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

The gender generator : towards a machine-empathy interface for the evocation of gender dysphoria symptoms
Davis, Josh Urban, author
"Science and technology have profoundly affected our abilities to observe, transform, and manipulate bodily functions as well as our concepts of the body [65]. Recent research into empathic technologies and empathic embodied technologies suggests that our embodied experience through virtual reality strongly influence our cognitive state and social biases [5][6][8]. However, this trend of examining the effect embodied experience has on the mind is complicated when the target group of the empathic excerise may experience a disconnection between their physical body and their experienced body. Recent investigations indicate a potential biological basis for gender dysphoria [70] [71]. This brings into question how to create empathic technologies to explore the embodied experience of a transgender person, when a transgender person may not necessarily identify with their own embodied experience? To explore this, we present three Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) for the development of empathic technologies beyond immersive embodiment. Hex Plexus investigates BCI music composition practices as the basis for a series of mobile performances. Synapstraction is an installation which allows users to create abstract paintings based on neuro-feedback. The Gender Generator allows users to explore gender expression and construction in the form of a P300-based BCI paradigm. We conducted a series of user studies to understand the effectiveness of these machines as expressive tools and educational experiences. These projects address the notion of empathic technologies for body-dysmorphic users by building towards a Machine-Empathy Interface system which serves to create an empathic link between users."
Baker Berry Cook Thesis M.S. COSC 2018

Identity and resettlement: evaluating ethnic associations among Maryland's Congolese refugees
Chuttani,Milan author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Preceding the collapse: identify triggers for major human rights crises
Flower, Kelsey Elizabeth author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Looking up to crowded skies: measuring american opinions on international military drone use
Davis, Jase author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Afterimage : collecting and replaying geospatial memory
Seong, Hyun Ji, author
"Afterimage is an interactive wall consisting of light detecting units controlled by microprocessors. Each light-sensing unit determines user proximity through the intensity of the shadow being cast and turns these shadows into bright snapshots portrayed through built-in LED lights. Afterimage extends the concept of memory to a space and location by imitating two unique characteristics of human memory: a lingering afterimage effect of intense stimuli, and a flashback of events that happened in the past. To create a more organic representation of flashbacks, a native data structure is also explored. Through the collection and reproduction of geospatial memory, Afterimage attempts to change a user's perception of existence and connection between users across time. This paper discusses the development and production of Afterimage as a piece of interactive art. "
Baker Berry Cook Thesis M.S. COSC 2018

A bad boy's first reader
Bellew, Frank, 1828-1888
New York : G.W. Carleton & Co., ©1881
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Bonny Buster : his comic journal
L'homme qui rit
New York : New York Popular Pub. Co., [18--?]
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Broad grins of the laughing philosopher : being a collection of funny jokes, and droll incidents, that will make you laugh out loud!
Pickle, the younger
New York : Dick & Fitzgerald, [18--]
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The Brudder Bones' 4-11-44 joker : containing a jolly lot of sable conundrums, Ethiopian jokes, burnt cork comicalities and darkey dialogues
New York : Robert De Witt, ©1870
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Circus joke book : a collection of the best jokes, bon mots, repartees, gems of wit, funny sayings and doings of the celebrated equestrian clown and Ethiopian comedian, Ned Turner
Turner, Ned
New York : Dick & Fitzgerald, ©1874
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Fox's Ethiopian comicalities : containing strange sayings, eccentric doings, burlesque speeches, laughable drolleries, funny stories ... copied verbatim as recited by the celebrated Ethiopian comedian, at Wood's minstrel buildings
Campbell, M. C., 1817-1883, compiler
New York : Dick and Fitzgerald, [1859]
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Funny bone. Laugh and grow fat : a collection of puns and jokes
[Hannibal, Mo.] : [Hannibal Print. Co.], ©1880
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Dating relict rock glaciers in the Eastern Sierra Nevada, CA: a test of the controls on rock glacier formation
Propp, Daniel author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

The fight at Dame Europa's school : showing how the German boy thrashed the French boy ; and how the English boy looked on ; with 33 illustrations by Thomas Nast
Pullen, H. W. 1836-1903
New York : F.B. Felt, [1871]
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Sedimentological and chemostratigraphic evolution of Ediacaran carbonate platforms in the Canadian Cordillera / Jack C. Taylor
Taylor, Jack C. author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

The Basal Road River Group of Yukon, Canada: new insights into the Cambrian-Ordovician Carbon Cycle
Malinowski, Joseph author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Quantifying volumetric change of Athabasca Glacier in the 20th and 21st Centuries
Raphael, Ian A. author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Parson Beecher and his horse : a humorous adventure
New York : Winchell & Small, 1872
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The role of biological soil crusts in deflation patch nitrogen cycling in West Greenland
Governali, Francesca C. author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Jo: Miller, for rail and river
London : Wm. S. Orr & Co., 1848
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Gus Williams' monologues, recitations and joke book
Williams, Gus, 1847-1915
New York : F. Tousey, [1900]
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Heathen mythology
by "Punch" ; with ten engravings
Philadelphia : Carey and Hart, 1845
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The fate of natural bacteriogenic iron oxides during reduction at circumneutral pH
Rieb, Emma author
Rauner D.C. History Honors 2018

Muldoon's jokes : a select collection of the sayings and doings of Terence Muldoon : also songs, conundrums, jokes, etc., etc
New York : Tousey, 1880
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Bones! : his gags and stump speeches, nigger and Dutch stories and dialogues, "Broken China" dialect pieces, and other conundrums
New York : Published by Wehman Bros., ©1879
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"Bones!" : his gags and stump speeches, nigger and Dutch stories and dialogues, "broken China" dialect pieces; and queer conundrums
New York : Clinton T. De Witt, ©1879
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The book of 1000 comical stories : an endless repast of fun ... appropriately illustrated with 250 comic engravings
Avery, Samuel Putnam, 1822-1904
New York : Dick & Fitzgerald, 1859
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Morsels of mirth for funny fellows : full of jokes, sells, wit, and humorous anecdotes
New York : Hurst & Co., ©1875
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The natural history of the gent
Smith, Albert, 1816-1860
New York : D. Appleton ; 1847
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George Christy's Ethiopian joke book, no. 3. : containing anecdotes, jokes, repartees ..
compiled and arranged by E. Byron Christy
Philadelphia : A. Winch, 505 Chestnut St., [1860]
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Brudder Gardners' stump speeches and comic lectures : containing some of the best hits of the leading negro delineators of the present day, comprising the most amusing and side-splitting contribution of oratorical effusions which has ever been produced to the public
Carey, T. J. 1853-
[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [19--?]
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The world's peace jubilee and Back Bay bawl : a poem
Buster, Phil E
Boston : Childs & Sullivan, Printers, 1872
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