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Poem Composed after Editing Jingan's Literary Works

bookplate from "Dean Swift's Literary Correspondence, for twenty-four years; from 1714 to 1738. Consisting of original letters to and from Mr. Pope, Dr. Swift, Mr. Gay, Lord Bolingbroke, Dr. Arbuthnot, etc. [Edited by Edmund Curll.]"

diagram from "Dean Swift's Literary Correspondence, for twenty-four years; from 1714 to 1738. Consisting of original letters to and from Mr. Pope, Dr. Swift, Mr. Gay, Lord Bolingbroke, Dr. Arbuthnot, etc. [Edited by Edmund Curll.]"

handwriting from "Dean Swift's Literary Correspondence, for twenty-four years; from 1714 to 1738. Consisting of original letters to and from Mr. Pope, Dr. Swift, Mr. Gay, Lord Bolingbroke, Dr. Arbuthnot, etc. [Edited by Edmund Curll.]"

portrait from "Dean Swift's Literary Correspondence, for twenty-four years; from 1714 to 1738. Consisting of original letters to and from Mr. Pope, Dr. Swift, Mr. Gay, Lord Bolingbroke, Dr. Arbuthnot, etc. [Edited by Edmund Curll.]"

The Second Segawa Kikunojo Commonly Known by His Literary Name, Roko

Brontë sisters from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

A Literary Fellow Meditating

A Literary Fellow Meditating

map from "[Narrative of a Visit to the Court of ... the Ameers of Sínde, at Hyderabad ... in the year 1827-28, compiled officially for the Government of Bombay, by James Burnes ... Presented by ... the Governor in Council to the Literary Society. [With a table.] L.P.]"

Notice. A lecture will be delivered before the "Alton Literary society," on Friday evening, Febr'y 8th at half past 6 by, J. R. Bullock, Esq, Citizens are invited to attend. N. G. Edwards, Sec. Alton, Feb. 8, 1839. Alton "Telegraph" Office [1839

Sixty reasons for attending public worship ... New Haven, Ct. Printed by William Storer, Jun. at the office of the "Literary Emporium. [184-?].

Cupar from "Notes of a communication addressed to the Fifeshire Literary, Scientific and Antiquarian Society. [Being miscellaneous notes on Fifeshire, etc.]"

Literary club. Ninth anniversary October 29th, 1858 ... Cincinnati Gazette Co. Print. [1858].

View on the River Delaware; Delaware Literary Institute Franklin N.Y. Found 1835.

DINNER [held by] ROYAL LITERARY FUND [at] "WILLIS'S ROOMS, LONDON, ENGLAND" (REST;)

DINNER [held by] ROYAL LITERARY FUND [at] "WILLIS'S ROOMS, LONDON, ENGLAND" (REST;)

DINNER [held by] ROYAL LITERARY FUND [at] "WILLIS'S ROOMS, LONDON, ENGLAND" (REST;)

devanagari from "A Journey of Literary and Archæological Research in Nepal and Northern India, during the winter of 1884-5"

Pennsylvania--Lieutenant Emory H. Taunt, United States consul to the Congo State / / photo. by Thomson, London. Michigan--building of the Ladies' Literary Club at Grand Rapids. The collapse of the Panama Canal--a view of the cut through the Culebra Mountain, showing the great physical obstacles to be overcome. Count Ferdinand de Lesseps

DINNER] [held by] THE SOCIETY FOR LITERARY KNOWLEDGE [at] ?

DINNER] [held by] THE SOCIETY FOR LITERARY KNOWLEDGE [at] ?

DINNER] [held by] THE SOCIETY FOR LITERARY KNOWLEDGE [at] ?

DINNER] [held by] THE SOCIETY FOR LITERARY KNOWLEDGE [at] ?

DINNER] [held by] THE SOCIETY FOR LITERARY KNOWLEDGE [at] ?

North Yorkshire from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

North Yorkshire from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

West Tanfield from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

ruins from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

West Yorkshire from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

distinctive hill near Great Ayton from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

Minster and Parish Church of St George from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

Humphrey Sandwith from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

Richmond from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

portrait from "Literary Landmarks of London ... Eighth edition, revised and enlarged, etc"

West Yorkshire from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

12th century from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

West Yorkshire from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

Beverley Minster from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

portrait from "Literary Landmarks of London ... Eighth edition, revised and enlarged, etc"

Malham Cove from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

St Robert's Cave from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

British editor, hymnwriter and poet from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

poet from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

England from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

Kirklees from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

England from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

Nidderdale from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

Bierley Hall from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

portrait from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

ruined Benedictine abbey from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

River Esk from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

Kirklees from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

portrait from "Literary Landmarks of London ... Eighth edition, revised and enlarged, etc"

12th century from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

portrait from "Literary Landmarks of London ... Eighth edition, revised and enlarged, etc"

Kirklees from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

Deepdale from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

balancing rock formations from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

River Wharfe from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

tower house from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

West Yorkshire from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

West Yorkshire from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

River Derwent from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

portrait from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

Pollard Hall from "The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales. [Illustrated.]"

Finnish Literary Society from "Finland in the Nineteenth Century: by Finnish authors. Illustrated by Finnish artists. (Editor, L. Mechelin.)"

map from "Lectures delivered to the Literary and Philosophical Society ... on Northumbrian History, Literature, and Art. By Thomas Hodgkin ... R. S. Watson ... R. O. Heslop, Richard Welford ... Lent term, 1898"

Bishop Ridley from "Lectures delivered to the Literary and Philosophical Society ... on Northumbrian History, Literature, and Art. By Thomas Hodgkin ... R. S. Watson ... R. O. Heslop, Richard Welford ... Lent term, 1898"

BANQUET TENDERED TO PHILADELPHIA DEBATORS [held by] Y.M.H.A. LITERARY SOCIETY OF NEW YORK [at] "ASHTON HOTEL, THE, NEW YORK, NY" (HOTEL;)

BANQUET TENDERED TO PHILADELPHIA DEBATORS [held by] Y.M.H.A. LITERARY SOCIETY OF NEW YORK [at] "ASHTON HOTEL, THE, NEW YORK, NY" (HOTEL;)

BANQUET TENDERED TO PHILADELPHIA DEBATORS [held by] Y.M.H.A. LITERARY SOCIETY OF NEW YORK [at] "ASHTON HOTEL, THE, NEW YORK, NY" (HOTEL;)

Autumn Shower, Illustration from Bungei Kurabu (Literary Club)

The Daughter Manju, illustration from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club)

Hemeden; illustration from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club)

Surgical Ward' (Gekashitsu) from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club)

Beauty Looking at Shinobazu Pond", illustration from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club)

The World's First Flights [The Literary Digest, 3 August 1912]

Great Kills, Cornerstone Laying by Great Kills Womens Club Literary Section, Mrs Grears[?], Miss Ann Morgan

[Illus. for article "an alien anti-dumping bill" in The Literary Digest, May 7, 1921, p. 13, reprinting a cartoon by Hallhan for Providence Evening Bulletin, showing funnel bridging Atlantic with top at Europe crammed with emigrants and bottom at U.S. with Uncle Sam permitting immigrants to trickle through]

Eumanean Literary Hall, Davidson College, Davidson, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Eumanean Literary Hall, Davidson College, Davidson, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Eumanean Literary Hall, Davidson College, Davidson, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Literary map of Texas.

music from "The Literary Remains of the Rev. Thomas Price. [Edited by Jane Williams.]"

music from "Confederate Scrap-Book. Copied from a scrap-book kept by a young girl during and immediately after the war, with additions from war copies of the “Southern Literary Messenger” and “Illustrated News” ... and other selections, etc"

'Ideal and Actual' (Risō to genjitsu); iIllustration from Bungei Kurabu (Literary Club)

Emory College, Phi Gamma Literary Society Hall, Oxford, Newton County, GA

'Black Ship' (Kurofune), illustration from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club)

music from "The Literary Remains of the Rev. Thomas Price. [Edited by Jane Williams.]"

Literary. A new and interesting publication entitled facts: containing three public communications delivered in the capitol at Washington City ... By James I. Wilmer ... Edes and Leakin printers. [Washington, D. C. n. d.].

Three Women Enjoying Literary Pursuits

Beauty Looking at Shinobazu Pond, illustration from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club)

music from "Confederate Scrap-Book. Copied from a scrap-book kept by a young girl during and immediately after the war, with additions from war copies of the “Southern Literary Messenger” and “Illustrated News” ... and other selections, etc"

music from "Confederate Scrap-Book. Copied from a scrap-book kept by a young girl during and immediately after the war, with additions from war copies of the “Southern Literary Messenger” and “Illustrated News” ... and other selections, etc"

music from "Confederate Scrap-Book. Copied from a scrap-book kept by a young girl during and immediately after the war, with additions from war copies of the “Southern Literary Messenger” and “Illustrated News” ... and other selections, etc"

Brush Holder with Literary Gathering

The Eel Master (Unagi danna), illustration from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club)

'Insurance girl' (hoken musume), illustration from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club)

A joint meeting: Girls, The Hunt's Point Literary Club; Boys, The Hunt's point Current Topics Club