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Susquehanna University

Originally founded as the Missionary Institute of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in 1858, this private, liberal arts college in central Pennsylvania was renamed Susquehanna University in 1895.

The University Archives, the Russell W. Gilbert Pennsylvania Room and the Jane C. Apple Rare Books Room at Susquehanna University's Blough-Weis Library contain a rich collection of books, documents, photographs, and memorabilia. Some of the items featured here include: the University yearbook, LANTHORN (1897-2009), course catalogs, Susquehanna University Studies (publications of the faculty from 1936-1984), and selected titles from the Pennsylvania German Collection and the Rare Books Room.


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by Flaubert, Gustave
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Madame Bovary has been completely translated by William Walton. The etchings are by Eugene Abot and Damile Mordant and drawings by Albert Fourie. "This edition, dedicated to the honor of the Academie Francaise, is limited to one thousand numbered and registered sets, of which this is number 512."
Topics: Bibliotheque des chefs-d'oeuvre du roman contemporain: Realists [and] Romancists, French...
Susquehanna University
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Confession of a Child of the Century has been completely translated by T. T. Rogerson, M. A. The etchings are by Eugene Abot and drawings by Paul-Leon Jazet. "This edition, dedicated to the honor of the Academie Francaise, is limited to one thousand numbered and registered sets, of which this is number 512."
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by Halevy, Ludovic
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The Cardinal Family has been completely translated by George B. Ives. The etchings are by Louis Muller and drawings by Charles Lucien Leandre. "This edition, dedicated to the honor of the Academie Francaise, is limited to one thousand numbered and registered sets, of which this is number 512."
Topics: Bibliotheque des chefs-d'oeuvre du roman contemporain: Realists [and] Romancists, French...
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by Claretie, Jules
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His Excellency the Minister has been completely translated by Henri Roberts. The etchings are by Eugene Wallet and drawings by Adrien Marie. "This edition, dedicated to the honor of the Academie Francaise, is limited to one thousand numbered and registered sets, of which this is number 512."
Topics: Bibliotheque des chefs-d'oeuvre du roman contemporain: Realists [and] Romancists, French...
Chiefly translated from that much admired work, L’Ami des Enfans; with elegant engravings on wood by Anderson.-- Title page
Topics: Conduct of life--Juvenile fiction, Children's stories, French--Translations into English,...
Susquehanna University
by Feuillet, Octave
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Monsieur de Damors has been completely translated by George B. Ives. The etchings are by Emile Daumont, Mme. Louveau-Rouveyre, Albert Duvivier and drawings by Stanislas Rejchan. "This edition, dedicated to the honor of the Academie Francaise, is limited to one thousand numbered and registered sets, of which this is number 512."
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by Aicard, Jean
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King of Camargue has been completely translated by George B. Ives. The etchings are by Louis V. Ruet and drawings by George Roux. "This edition, dedicated to the honor of the Academie Francaise, is limited to one thousand numbered and registered sets, of which this is number 512."
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by de Musset, Alfred
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Nouvelles has been completely translated by Gertrude Christian Fosdick. The etchings are by Fr.-Eugene Burney, P.-Louis-Prosper Lucas and Daniel Mordant after a miniature by Marie Moulin and drawings by Oreste Cortazzo and Francois Flameng. "This edition, dedicated to the honor of the Academie Francaise, is limited to one thousand numbered and registered sets, of which this is number 512."
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Susquehanna University
by Dumas, Alexandre
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The Lady of the Camillias with a preface by Jules Janin and a hitherto unpublished preface by the author have been completely translated by William Walton. The etchings are by Eugene-Andre Champollion and Pierre-Augustin Masse and drawings by Albert Lynch. "This edition, dedicated to the honor of the Académie Francaise, is limited to one thousand numbered and registered sets, of which this is number 512."
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by Sand, George
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The Devil's Pool has been completely translated by George B. Ives. The etchings and drawings are by Edmond Rudaux. "This edition, dedicated to the honor of the Academie Francaise, is limited to one thousand numbered and registered sets, of which this is number 512."
Topics: Bibliotheque des chefs-d'oeuvre du roman contemporain: Realists [and] Romancists, French...
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by Couriard, Mlle.; Stork, Elisabeth Pausinger
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Translated from the French of Mlle. Couriard by Mrs. E. B. Stork --Title page. Contents: The peasant's son, p.9.--Celine, p.43.--Jerome, p.69.--Michael's knife, p.103.--Francis, p.129.
Topics: Children's stories, Conduct of life--Juvenile fiction