Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Alan C. Rankin Papers
Hulda Froeb Papers
The Hilda Froeb Papers consists of bills of sale and artifacts. The bills of sale involve the transfer of ownership of a collection of books and a bookcase from Thomas B. Long to Hulda Froeb and eventually to Arthur Cunningham, librarian of Indiana State Normal School. The artifacts include a key to the bookcase, a fraternity pendant, and a DePauw University button pin.
Rare Books Collection
Over 6,000 titles are held in this collection. The emphasis is on the 18th century, travel, literature, and civilization. Works in the collection are principally in English, Latin, French, German, and Italian. Over 550 titles were printed between 1473 and 1699. The collection contains exquisite facsimile editions of works of such artists and writers as Leonardo da Vinci and Shakespeare. Also present is a replica of the Gutenberg Bible.