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Logan Pearsall Smith Papers
US TxSaT SC.024 · Collection · 1887-1951

The Logan Pearsall Smith Papers consist primarily of Smith's correspondence, manuscripts, and research notes. Smith corresponded with notable scholars and socialites of his era. Correspondence in this collection is arranged in three series: Series 1 contains correspondence from Smith, Series 2 contains correspondence received by Smith, and Series 3 contains correspondence between other individuals, related to Smith or his estate. Series 4 contains manuscripts and notes composed by Smith, including draft essays, word lists, notes on other authors, and draft anthologies. For this series, each folder level record in the finding aid includes a description of the manuscript material. Finally, the collection includes one folder of newspaper clippings and one folder of business cards.

Smith, Logan Pearsall, 1865-1946
Philip Smith Ephemera
US TxSaT SC.000-024 · Folder · 1975-1981, n.d.
Part of Miscellaneous Manuscripts

Ephemera related to British bookbinder Philip Smith. Includes the program for a 1975 lecture at the Bridwell Library in Dallas, Texas; two holiday postcards from the 1980s with photographs of Smith's work on the recto, and greetings to librarian Decherd Turner and his wife on the verso; and an undated brochure for the Designer Bookbinders society featuring Smith on the front.

Travel Photograph Albums
US TxSaT SC.045 · Collection · circa 1880s

Collection of dismembered nineteenth century travel photograph albums. Photograph albums like these were popular souvenirs for travelers, and depicted local costume, monuments, landscapes, and town scenes.

This collection consists of leaves removed from multiple albums, including works by photographers Antonio Beato, Félix Bonfils, Francis Frith, Knud Knudsen, Axel Lindahl, Jean Pascal Sébah, Pascal Sébah, Rudolph Tamme, Olaf Martin Peder Væring, James Valentine, G.W. Wilson, and Adelphoi Zangaki, and including works published by Richard Andvord, William Mervin Lawrence, and Schröder & Co. The majority of the photographs are albumen prints; the collection also includes some collodion process prints. Locations depicted in the photographs are primarily in Europe and the Middle East, and include Egypt, England, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Lebanon, Norway, and Sweden. The collection includes a total of 213 photographs.