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The Matthew Arnold Collection represents the writings of Matthew Arnold 1822-1888 with 437 volumes of his works, among these all but two first editions of his writings; four autographed letters; biographical and critical items pertaining to this author; and other letters of literary interest. Contributions to journals by and about Arnold are part of the collection. Originally purchased in 1942, the collection has been augmented over the years.
The Dorothy W. Baruch Collection includes typed and handwritten manuscripts, articles, editing notes, diplomas, correspondence, a calendar, and other materials documenting Baruch's life as a teacher, child psychologist, and author of books for parents and children.
The Susan Lautmann Hertel Collection includes illustrated poems, preliminary sketches, photographs and posters of oil paintings, and other materials by and relating to the artist Susan Lautmann Hertel (1930-1998), Scripps College class of 1952.
Collection of 124 zines, all created by young female Japanese artists. These publications represent the entire output of the "Feminine" show - an exhibition of zines curated by Tokyo store Zine's Mate, presented exclusively at the 2011 New York Art Book Fair. This collection reflects an important trend in underground print publishing among young women in Japan, and captures the zeitgeist of an exploding cultural phenomenon.
The Tony Scott Collection mainly comprises correspondence to Scott from two individuals: Alice B. Toklas and Thornton Wilder. Also included in the Collection are typed transcriptions of the Wilder letters and a typed, draft account written by Scott of his friendship with Wilder.