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1Title:  Yale play collection, 1776-2010 (inclusive)   
 Notes:  The collection consist of plays written by Yale students. 
 Extent:  .25 linear ft. 
 Subjects:  Yale College (1718-1887) -- Students | Yale University -- Students | Plays (performed works)

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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2Title:  "Lucindy on a Diet" by Peggy Reece   
 Publication:  Special Collections circa 1920 
 Extent:  0.167 Cubic Feet 
 Subjects:  African Americans--Study and teaching | Drama | plays (performed works)

 
Collection:  Johns Hopkins University Library 
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3Title:  Johns Hopkins University zine collection   
 Creator:  Johns Hopkins University | Johns Hopkins University. Ferdinand Hamburger, Jr. Archives 
 Publication:  Special Collections 2007-2013 
 Extent:  0.19 Cubic Feet 
 Subjects:  Drama | United States | Zines | magazines (periodicals) | photographs | plays (performed works) | specimens

 
Collection:  Johns Hopkins University Library 
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4Title:  Padraic Colum plays, circa 1929-1963   
 Creator:  Colum, Padraic, 1881-1972 
 Notes:  This collections consists of typescript manuscripts of three plays by Padraic Colum: Balloon (circa 1929), Moytura: a play for dancers (circa 1962), and Timbuktu (1957). 
 Extent:  1 (.2 
 Subjects:  Authors | Authors, Irish -- 20th century | Playwriting -- 20th century | Manuscripts, American -- 20th century | Plays (performed works) | Typescripts

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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5Title:  Brakespeare: a drama in four acts / approximately 1869-1899   
 Creator:  Jackson, M. I. | Lawrence, George A. (George Alfred), 1827-1876 | Horace Howard Furness Memorial Fund 
 Notes:  A dramatic adaptation of the novel entitled Brakespeare, or the fortunes of a free lance, written by George A. Lawrence, and published in 1868. Possibly adapted by M. I. Jackson whose signature appears at the bottom of the last page of the play. The handwritten play is has paper covers fastened by a ribbon in the upper left corner with the title page bearing a decorated initial. The play is written in black ink with scene descriptions and actors' directions in purple ink. Some dialog in the drama has been taken directly from Lawrence's novel. 
 Extent:  1 
 Subjects:  Lawrence, George A. -- (George Alfred), -- 1827-1876 | Plays (performed works) | Manuscripts, English -- 19th century

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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6Title:  Three pieces   
 Creator:  Shange, Ntozake 
 Notes:  Advance review copy. 
 Extent:  xv, 142 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm 
 Subjects:  African Americans -- Drama | African Americans | Drama | Drama | Scripts (Documents) | Plays (Performed works) | Advance copies (Printing)

 
Collection:  Johns Hopkins University Library 
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7Title:  Simpatico: a play in three acts   
 Creator:  Shepard, Sam, 1943-2017 | The Library of Chaim Potok (University of Pennsylvania) 
 Publication:  Vintage Books a division of Random House, Inc, New York, [1996]. 
 Notes:  "A Vintage Original"--Dust jacket. "First Vintage Books Edition, May 1996." "Originally published ... in paperback in the Royal Court Writers series by Methuen Drama, an imprint of Reed Books Ltd., London, in 1995." "'Simpatico' was first presented at the Joseph Papp Public Theater in New York on November 14, 1994 ..." 
 Extent:  [8], 135, [1] pages ; 22 cm 
 Subjects:  Horse racing -- Drama | Horse racing | Drama | Drama | Plays (Performed Works) | Scripts (Documents) | CHR 1996 | PRO Potok, Adena (donor) (Potok Collection copy)

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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8Title:  Recueil de farces et moralités   
 Creator:  La Vallière, Louis César de LaBaume LeBlanc de, 1708-1780 | Pont-de-Veyle, 1697-1774 | Méon, Dominique Martin, 1748-1829 | Dentu, J. G. (Jean-Gabriel), 1770-1840 | Soleinne, Martineau de, -1842 | Constance L. Rosenthal Book Fund 
 Publication:  Paris], [before 1823] 
 Notes:  Ms. codex. Transcription of a 16th-century manuscript (formerly in the collection of the duc de La Vallière, no. 3304; now at the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Français 24341) of 74 anonymous satirical or comic plays of the late 15th and early 16th century that were in the repertory of the Conards or Cornards de Rouen. The plays are in the forms of farces (mostly in octosyllabic couplets), soties or sotties (short satirical plays), and moralités (secular morality plays). Each play was copied into its own gathering, with the size and type of paper mostly consistent within gatherings but varying widely between gatherings. The transcriptions were probably done in preparation for a printed edition that was never published; they do not seem to be the source of the edition printed by Michel and Le Roux de Lincy between 1831 and 1837 (Musinsky). Occasional marginal notes record details about the source manuscript and propose corrected spellings or alternate words. A table of contents at the front of the volume lists the 74 plays but not the fragment of the prologue of a mystery play at the end of the volume (f. 607r). The plays are numbered to correspond to the table of contents but with two plays numbered as 19, which throws off the numbering of the successive plays; these have been corrected in pencil by a later hand. Title from spine. Foliation: Paper, 614; [i-v, 1-609], modern foliation in pencil, lower right recto. Script: Written in cursive script by two hands, probably Dominique Martin Méon and J. G. Dentu (Paul Lacroix). Binding: Contemporary (first quarter 19th century) quarter morocco (Musinsky), spine blind- and gilt-tooled, gilt title Recueil de farces et moralités Mss. De La Vallière. Origin: Written in Paris before 1823 (date of sale of manuscript to Martineau de Soleinne). 
 Extent:  614 leaves : paper ; 170-190 x 100-120 mm bound to 200 x 135 mm. 
 Subjects:  French drama -- 15th century | French drama -- 16th century | Codices | Plays (performed works) | Satires (document genre) | Manuscripts, French -- 19th century

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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9Title:  Roberto Morgadanes collection of Mexican religious dramas, 1684-1942   
 Creator:  Morgadanes, Roberto. 
 Notes:  This collection consists of two series. The first one documents the formation of the collection of dramas and is composed of correspondence related to Roberto Morgadanes and his studies. The second one comprises religious dramas themselves and includes mostly handwritten Mexican plays of the late 19th century or early 20th century, often illustrated with religious pictures. However, two of the plays are older--17th- and 18th-century--and stem from Inquisition records, and one of them was written in Manila. 
 Extent:  1 (.4 
 Subjects:  Mexican drama | Religious drama, Mexican | Manuscripts, Mexican -- 19th century | Manuscripts, Mexican -- 20th century | Manuscripts, American -- 20th century | Correspondence | Plays (performed works)

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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10Title:  George H. Boker papers, 1837-1919   
 Creator:  Boker, George H. (George Henry), 1823-1890 
 Notes:  The George H. Boker papers contains letters to and from Boker; a small portion of financial records, largely relating to the publishing of Boker's writings; and poems, plays and other writings by Boker. The first two portions of the collection include letters to and letters from Boker. In both cases, the letters are arranged in alphabetical order. The letters are generally personal and friendly in nature and most discuss Boker's writings; however, some letters are more politics-driven, in particular those by Simon Cameron, Michael M. Fottion, John Jay, the Society of the Army of the Republic, the United States Department of State, and the United States Legations for Russia and Turkey. Letters from Boker are also largely about his (and others') writings, but there is a notable letter to Edmund C. Stedman about the death of his friend Bayard Taylor. Financial records are almost entirely receipts and notes relating to the publishing of Boker's writings although there are a few relating to Boker's salary when he worked as a diplomat. Boker's writings in this collection consist of poems and plays and are arranged in chronological order. Many of the poems were written by George H. Boker in response to the United States Civil War. The poems were published either in newspapers or as broadsides and date from 1854 to 1868. While the majority of the poems in this collection are patriotic war poems, there are a few that do not relate to the war; including one referring to Queen Victoria reviewing the Baltic Fleet in 1854 and one written for the wedding day of Boker's friend Bayard Taylor (who married Maria Hansen in October 1857). In addition to his own war poems, the collection includes the poems of others who were inspired or enraged by Boker's "Tardy George," (probably referring to George McClellan despite Major General George Sykes earning the nickname "Tardy George"). One or two of the poems included (for example, "In the Wilderness," and "Hymn for the eighty-seventh anniversary of American independence") were published in Boker's Poems of the war, but the majority were not part of that work. Of note is "An old story," a selection of 87 sonnets compiled into a scrapbook by Angelina King Hicks, who may have been the inspiration for the poems. According to Sculley Bradley, "these sonnets are unmistakably personal in tone, and their reality and depth of feeling preclude the possibility of considering them either as poetic exercises or flights of fancy" (Sculley, page 259). Another volume of note, The Book of the dead, includes a series of poems Boker wrote to defend his father's reputation following his death and a lawsuit by the Girard Bank. This collection documents Boker's literary life more than his political and diplomatic life, although his politics are certainly reflected strongly in his writings. 
 Extent:  2 (.8 
 Subjects:  Love poetry | Patriotic poetry | Poets, American -- 19th century | War poetry | United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 | Manuscripts, American -- 19th century | Poems | Broadsides (notices) | Clippings (information artifacts) | Correspondence | Plays (performed works)

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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11Title:  New Black playwrights: six plays   
 Creator:  Ward, Douglas Turner | Bullins, Ed | Harrison, Paul Carter, 1936- | Kennedy, Adrienne | Mackey, William Wellington | Couch, William | Joanna Banks Collection of African American Books (University of Pennsylvania) 
 Publication:  Avon, New York, 1970. 
 Notes:  "The original hardcover edition has Lonne Elder's Ceremonies in Dark Old Men. This is now separately available, and in replaced by Tabernacle in the Bard edition." "First Avon Printing. (Bard edition), February, 1970." 
 Extent:  288, [2] pages ; 18 cm. 
 Subjects:  American drama -- African American authors | American drama -- 20th century | American drama | American drama African American authors | Drama | Drama | Plays (Performed Works) | Scripts (Documents) | CHR 1970 | PRO Banks, Joanna (donor) (Banks Collection copy)

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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12Title:  David Belasco play scripts, 1887-1912   
 Creator:  Belasco, David, 1853-1931 
 Notes:  This collection contains twelve bound volumes, each containing a typescript of a single play authored, co-authored, or in one case adapted by David Belasco. Nearly all of these typescripts bear a stamp on the title page indicating that they are the property of Belasco and were written under his supervision. Some contain limited handwritten marginal notes, though it is unclear who made these notes. They are arranged chronologically according to the year each play opened. 
 Extent:  1 (1 
 Subjects:  Belasco, David, -- 1853-1931 | De Mille, Henry Churchill, -- 1850-1893 | Fyles, Franklin, -- 1847-1911 | Ibsen, Henrik, -- 1828-1906 | Tully, Richard Walton, -- 1877-1945 | Dramatists | Performing arts | Theater -- United States | Plays (performed works) | Scripts

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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13Title:  FOB and other plays   
 Alt. Title:  Plays. Selections   
 Creator:  Hwang, David Henry, 1957- | Kingston, Maxine Hong. | Hwang, David Henry, 1957- | Hwang, David Henry, 1957- | Hwang, David Henry, 1957- | Hwang, David Henry, 1957- | Hwang, David Henry, 1957- | Hwang, David Henry, 1957- | Hwang, David Henry, 1957- | The Library of Chaim Potok (University of Pennsylvania) 
 Publication:  New American Library a division of Penguin Books USA Inc, Published in Penguin Books Canada Limited, New York, N.Y, Markham, Ontario, [©1990]. 
 Notes:  "'FOB' was first produced by Nancy Takahashi for the Stanford Asian American Theatre Project. It was performed at Okada House on March 2, 1979 ... The play as then deveoped at the 1979 O'Neill National Playwrights Conference in Waterford Connecticut ... FOB was produced in New York by Joseph Papp at the New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater, where it opened on June 8, 1980 ..." "'The Dance and the Railroad' was first produced by the Henry Street Settlement's New Federal Theater, Woodie King, Jr., and Steven Tennen, producers. It opened on March 25, 1981 ... It was then produced by Joseph Papp at the New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater, where it opened at the Anspacher Theater on July 16, 1981 ..." "'Family Devotions' was produced by Joseph Papp at the New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater, where it opened in the Newman Theater on October 18, 1981 ..." "'The House of Sleeping Beauties' was produced by Joseph Papp with the 'The Sound of a Voice' under the omnibus title 'Sound and Beauty' at the New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater, where it opened in LuEsther Hall on November 6, 1983 ..." "'The Sound of a Voice' was produced by Joseph Papp with 'The House of Sleeping Beauties' under the omnibus tittle 'Sound and Beauty' at the New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater, where it opened on November 6, 1983 ..." "'Rich Relations' was produced by The Second Stage, Carole Rothman and Robyn Goodman, artistic directors, where it opened on April 21, 1986 ..." "'1000 Airplanes on the Roof' is a three-way collaboration between myself, Philip Glass, and Jerome Sirlin. The text printed here is a monologue designed to be read against a 90-minute Glass instrumental piece, performed by his ensemble ... The third element in our collaboration is the 'visual libreto' supplied by Jerome Sirlin - a series of constantly changing three-dimensional projections which provide the set for our character 'M' ..." 
 Extent:  [2], xv, [1], 302, [4] pages ; 22 cm 
 Subjects:  Chinese Americans -- Drama | American drama -- 20th century | American drama -- Chinese American authors | American drama | Chinese Americans | Librettos | Drama | Drama | Librettos | Plays (Performed Works) | Scripts (Documents) | CHR 1990 | PRO Potok, Adena (donor) (Potok Collection copy)

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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14Title:  Molly Sweeney   
 Creator:  Friel, Brian. | The Library of Chaim Potok (University of Pennsylvania) 
 Publication:  Plume [an imprint of Dutton Signet, a division of Penguin Books USA Inc, New York, ©1994]. 
 Notes:  First published in Ireland by The Gallery Press, 1994. "Designed by Steven N. Statbakis." "'Molly Sweeney' was first produced at the Gate Theatre, Dublin, on Tuesday, August 9, 1994 ..." 
 Extent:  [22], 70, [4] pages, [4] pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm. 
 Subjects:  Psychiatric hospital patients -- Drama | Married women -- Drama | Blind women -- Drama | Blind women | Married women | Psychiatric hospital patients | Drama | Drama | Plays (Performed Works) | Scripts (Documents) | CHR 1994 | PRO Potok, Adena (donor) (Potok Collection copy)

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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15Title:  Six degrees of separation: a play   
 Creator:  Guare, John. | Bart-Horvath, Stephanie. | The Library of Chaim Potok (University of Pennsylvania) 
 Publication:  Random House, New York, ©1990. 
 Notes:  "Book design by Stephanie Bart-Horvath." "'Six Degrees of Separation' began performances on 19 May 1990 at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, Lincoln Center Theater ... On 8 November 1990, the production moved to the Vivian Beaumont Theater, Lincoln Center ..." 
 Extent:  xiii, [1], 120, [8] pages, [4] pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm. 
 Subjects:  Guare, John. -- Plays. -- Selections | American drama -- 20th century | American drama | Drama | Drama | Plays (Performed Works) | Scripts (Documents) | CHR 1990 | PRO Potok, Adena (donor) (Potok Collection copy)

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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16Title:  Three tall women: a play in two acts   
 Creator:  Albee, Edward, 1928-2016 | The Library of Chaim Potok (University of Pennsylvania) 
 Publication:  Dutton published by the Penguin Group, New York, 1994.] 
 Notes:  "A Dutton book." "Set in New Baskerville." "Designed by Leonard Telesca." "'Three Tall Women' premiered at Vienna's English Theatre, Ltd. on June 14, 1991 ... The American premiere opened on July 30, 1992, at River Arts Repertory, Woodstock, New York ... The production of 'Three Tall Women; with the same cast opened at the Vineyard Theatre in New York City on January 27, 1994 ... The production subsequently moved off Broadway to the Promenade Theatre ..." 
 Extent:  [14], 110, [4] pages, [4] pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm. 
 Subjects:  Older women -- Drama | Mothers and sons -- Drama | Mothers and sons | Older women | Drama | Drama | Plays (Performed Works) | Scripts (Documents) | CHR 1994 | PRO Potok, Adena (donor) (Potok Collection copy)

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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17Title:  Sight unseen   
 Creator:  Margulies, Donald. | The Library of Chaim Potok (University of Pennsylvania) 
 Publication:  The Fireside Theatre, Garden City, New York, [©1992]. 
 Notes:  "Originally produced in New York City by the Manhattan Theatre Club on January 7, 1992. Commissioned and originally produced by South Coast Repertory." "Photographs of the 1992 Manhattan Theatre Club production "Photographs of the 1992 Manhattan Theatre Club production 1992 by Gerry Goodstein." "Design by Maria Chiarino." 
 Extent:  [10], 118 pages, [4] pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm 
 Subjects:  Artists -- Social life and customs -- 20th century -- Drama | Artists Social life and customs | Drama | Drama | Plays (Performed Works) | Scripts (Documents) | CHR 1992 | PRO Potok, Adena (donor) (Potok Collection copy)

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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18Title:  The Heidi chronicles and other plays   
 Creator:  Wasserstein, Wendy. | Bishop, André. | The Library of Chaim Potok (University of Pennsylvania) 
 Publication:  Vintage Books, New York, 1991. 
 Notes:  "First Vintage Books Edition June 1991." "Originally published in hardcover by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, in 1990." Foreword by André Bishop (p. ix-xi). "'Uncommon Women and Others' was presented by The Phoenix Theatre at the Marymount Manhattan Theatre, in New York City, on November 21, 1977." "'Isn't It Romantic' was presented by Playwrights Horizons, in New York City, December 15, 1983." "'The Heidi Chronicles' was first produced April 6, 1988, in workshop by The Seattle Repertory Theatre (in association with Playwrights Horizons). It was then presented by Playwrights Horizons in New York City, on December 12, 1988." Publisher's advertisements: [1] leaf at end. "Cover photograph by Peter Cunningham." 
 Extent:  xi, [3], 249, [9] pages ; 21 cm 
 Subjects:  American drama | Women -- Drama | American drama | Women | Drama | Drama | Scripts (Documents) | Plays (Performed works) | CHR 1991 | PRO Potok, Adena (donor) (Potok Collection copy)

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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19Title:  Robert L. Sherman collection of plays, ca. 1860-1920   
 Creator:  Sherman, Robert L. (Robert Lowery), 1867- 
 Notes:  This collection consists of 139 mimeograph versions of play scripts which were part of the inventory of the Chicago Manuscript Company which were available for rent from the Chicago Manuscript Company, before they were purchased by Sherman. It is possible that many may be pirated versions of plays. A few of the title pages state that the plays are copyrighted by Alex. Byers and are stamped as the property of The Chicago Manuscript Company.The collection is arranged alphabetically by title. 
 Extent:  8 (3 
 Subjects:  Chicago Manuscript Company | Performing arts | Theater | Theater -- United States -- 19th century | Theater -- United States -- 20th century | Manuscripts, American -- 19th century | Manuscripts, American -- 20th century | Plays (performed works) | Typescripts

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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20Title:  Joseph E. Gillet collection, 1909-1956   
 Creator:  Gillet, Joseph E. (Joseph Eugene), 1888-1958 
 Notes:  This collection includes Joseph E. Gillet's research materials and papers, particularly relating to his work on Bartolomé de Torres Naharro. Materials include photostats of Spanish texts, some with typed transcripts and translations; handwritten research notes; correspondence with colleagues; reviews of his work on Torres Naharro, and a photograph and a memorial of Archer Huntington of the Hispanic Society of America. The collection is arranged in four series, I. Reproductions of books and manuscripts; II. Correspondence regarding research, locating books and manuscripts, and acquiring reproductions of books and manuscripts; III. Writings, reviews of writings, and clippings; and IV. Notes. In Series I. Reproductions of books and manuscripts, items are arranged alphabetically by title. These items, largely in Spanish, are frequently religious in nature. Items are either photostats, or typed documents with the text on the left and the translation on the right. There are several versions of Bartolomé de Torres Naharro's Propalladia, on which Gillet wrote two volumes: Propalladia and other works of Bartolomé de Torres Naharro. There are a number of passion plays included in the series. Series II. Professional correspondence consists of letters to and from Gillet with colleagues and libraries across the globe. Many of the names in the letters are illegble, but frequent letters were sent to and from: A. Berthelot, John Carominas, Jorge Guillén, Archer Huntington, Donald Macbeth, María Rosa Lida de Malkiev, S.G. Morley, George T. Northrup, Alfonso Reyes, William H. Shoemaker, Leo Spitzer, and G. Weber, to name a few. Gillet also corresponded with libraries across the world, most frequently with prominent libraries in Belgium, England, Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain in Europe; Chile, Mexico, and Uruguay in Central and South America; and in Toronto, California, and Chicago in North America. In addition to correspondence, there is information about copyright registration and receipts for photoduplication of books and manuscripts. Correspondence is arranged in chronological order. In Series III. Writings, reviews of writings, and clippings, researchers will find one article by Gillet entitled "Flair;" reprints of and clippings on works by others, most of which reference Gillet; and reviews of Gillet's works, most notably, Propalladia and other works of Bartolomé de Torres Naharro and Tragedia Josephina by Micael de Carvajal and edited by Gillet. Additionally, this series includes information on and a memorial for Archer Milton Huntington (1870-1955), who was the founder and president of the Hispanic Society of America and with whom Gillet corresponded. Series IV. Notes includes Gillet's handwritten notes on religious drama and Blasco de Garay (1500-1552), a Spanish navy captain and inventor. 
 Extent:  4 (1.6 
 Subjects:  Torres Naharro, Bartolomé de, -- active 1517 | Religious drama, Spanish | Spanish drama -- 16th century | Manuscripts, American -- 20th century | Clippings (information artifacts) | Correspondence | Notebooks | Passion plays | Plays (performed works) | Research notes | Reprographic copies | Translations (documents)

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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