One Hundred Books and Manuscripts Recently Acquired by the University of Chicago Library

One Hundred Books Exhibit

Selections from acquisitions over the previous two years illustrate the diversity and richness of growth in the University of Chicago Library's collection. The combination of gifts and purchases recognizes the individuals and funds that make it possible for the Library to continue meeting its obligations to scholars, students, and the preservation of the records of the past. The books and manuscripts included range from the first published appearance of The Koran in America, translated by Alexander Ross (1806); to selections from the papers of Chicago sociologist Robert Park and physicist James Franck.

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Catalogue 100p. (perfect bound), $5
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