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    • Ballot box.

    • Suffrage--United States; Voting--United States; Artists' books--Specimens; Suffrage
    • On cover the "O" in "box" has a red check mark through it. / "Designed and produced in a class taught by Bonnie Thompson Norman in collaboration with Dawn Hobson, Margaret Johnson, Ben Mehluish, and Caroline Williams"--Colophon. / "Letterpress...
    • The train game.

    • Railroads in art; Railroad travel in art; Railroad travel--United States; Railroad trains--United States; Artists' books--Specimens
    • The train game is a true story of two adventurous friends who thought riding the rails would make for a good story for their college literary magazine. This was way back in 1968 when they were young and naive."--Colophon. / "All photographic images...
    • International Honor Quilt Collection

    • Quiltmakers; Quilting; Quilts; Feminism and art; Women artists
    • The International Honor Quilt (IHQ) is a collaborative, grassroots feminist art project initiated by Judy Chicago in 1980 ”to extend the spirit of the Dinner Party” on its tour of venues throughout North America, Europe, and Australia. It consists...
    • In the face of it: poems and woodcuts.

    • Death--Poetry; Artists' books--Specimens
    • Poems dedicated to Elizabeth Sanchez as a response to her death in 2005. / Printed in a limited ed. of 170 copies. / Title printed on the fold of every other page, alternating with poems and woodcuts, creating the title on the exposed page edges at...
    • The phoenix.

    • English poetry--Old English, ca. 450-1100; Artists' books--Specimens
    • Edition of 50. / Includes insert with instructions on viewing the English translation of text, on verso of spine strip. / Issued in clamshell case. / University of Iowa Libraries' copy is no. 15 and signed by Cathy Ledeker and Linda...
    • Home in Indian Hills, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Houses; Dwellings; Stone buildings; Brickwork; Doors & doorways; Windows; Garages; Architectural elements; Architectural photographs; Architectural decorations & ornaments
    • Home in Indian Hills (near Louisville), Ky. The style of the stone and brick home is vaguely Tudor. The broad door with panels and windows is in a short tower with a conical roof. Several styles of windows are used in the house. A short run of...
    • Entrance to a residence in Indian Hills, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Houses; Dwellings; Stone buildings; Brickwork; Doors & doorways; Windows; Architectural elements; Architectural photographs; Architectural decorations & ornaments
    • Entrance to a home in Indian Hills (near Louisville), Ky. The style of the stone and brick home is vaguely Tudor. The broad door with panels and windows is in a short tower with a conical roof. Several styles of windows are visible. A short run of...
    • Prentice School, Louisville, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Buildings; Educational facilities; Schools
    • Prentice School, Sixth & Walnut Streets, Louisville, Kentucky. Named for George D. Prentice. Two-story brick building with small, one-story pillared porch at the entrance. The front windows are in four panels of five, as well as a panel of two...
    • Roosevelt School, Louisville, Kentucky, 1923.

    • Buildings; Educational facilities; Schools
    • Roosevelt School, 222 North 17th Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Diagonal view of three-story brick buildings on a street corner, with a yard surrounded by a white picket fence and containing a basketball court. The front building has an arch over...
    • Roosevelt School, Louisville, Kentucky, 1923.

    • Buildings; Educational facilities; Schools
    • Roosevelt School, 222 North 17th Street, Louisville, Kentucky. More of a close-up than photo ULPA 1994.18.1050 and a slightly lighter print with a bit of sun and a buggy parked along the street. Diagonal view of three-story brick buildings on a...
    • Montgomery Ward, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920.

    • Buildings; Commercial facilities; Department stores; Montgomery Ward
    • Montgomery Ward, Fourth Street between Walnut and Liberty, Louisville, Kentucky; opening day 1920. Slightly diagonal photograph of Montgomery Ward, with a sign above its first floor saying its name on a windowless concrete panel; for the two floors...

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