Literature

This collection of literature includes classic writings, folklore, speeches, inspirational, quotations, magazines and much more. The books are found on shelves thirty through thirty-three.

Each book is listed by title, author, and date of publication.

  1. The World of Delacroiux 1798-1863; Tom Prideaux and the Editors of Time-Life Books; 1967
  2. The World of Marcel Durchamp 1887-; Calvin Thomkins and the Editors of Time-Life Books; 1967
  3. The World of Durer c. 1471-1528;  Francis Russell and the Editors of Time-Life Books; 1967.
  4. The World of Giotto c.1267-1337; Sarel Eimerl and the Editors of Time-Life Books; 1967.
  5. The World of Winslow Homer 1836-1910; James Thomas Flexner and the Editors of Time-Life Books; 1967.
  6. The World of Leonardo 1452-1519;  Robert Wallace and the Editors of Time-Life Books; 1967.
  7. The World of Michelangelo 1475-1564; Robert Coughlan and the Editors of Time-Life Books; 1967.
  8. The World of Rubens 1577-1640; C. V. Wedgood and the Editors of Time-Life Books; 1967
  9. The World of Vermeer 1632-1675;  Hans Koningsberger and the Editors of Time-Life Books; 1967
  10. The World of Watteau 1684-1721;  Pierre Schneider and the Editors of Time-Life Books; 1967.
  11. A New Guide to Rome; 1968.
  12. A Pocket Guide to Italy; 1956.
  13. The Louvre; Michael Gallet; 1966.
  14. Florence, The City of Art; date of publication not given.
  15. The Life and Times of Napoleon; Enzo Orlandi; 1966.
  16. Classical Greece; C. M. Bowra and the Editors of Time-Life Books; 1965.
  17. Currier and Ives, Chronicles of America; John Lowell Pratt; 1968.
  18. Age of Faith;  Anne Fremantle and the Editors of Time-Life Books; 1965.
  19. Imperial Rome; Moses Hadas and the Editors of Time-Life Books;1965.
  20. Treasures of Inspiration, A Keepsake of Beautiful Art and Writing; the editors of Hallmark; 1968.
  21. America the Beautiful, in the words of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; 1965.
  22. The Beauty of America in Great American Art; Eric Goldman; 1965.
  23. The World of the Impressionists; Hans L. C. Jaffe; 1969.
  24. The Treasure Chest, Classics Edition; Charles L. Wallis; 1965.
  25. Presenting Georgia Poets; Marcel Brown; 1979.
  26. Misery; Suzanne Helle; 1965.
  27. The Life of John Howard, the Philanthropist; Presbyterian Board of Education; year of publication not given but likely early 1800s.
  28. Poems of Joy, from the Salesian Collection; Salesian Missions; 1991.
  29. Black Warrior Review; Fall/Winter 1992.
  30. Black Warrior Review; Spring/Summer 1993.
  31. Black Warrior Review 20th Anniversary; Fall/Winter 1993.
  32. Black Warrior Review; Spring/Summer 1994.
  33. The Main Chance; Meredith Nicholson; 1903.
  34. The Metropolitan Book of the Opera, Synopses of the Operas by Pitts Sanborn; Pitts Sanborn; 1942.
  35. Kipling, A Selection of His Stories and Poems; John Beecroft; 1956.
  36. 13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey; Kathryn Tucker Windham, Margaret Gillis Figh; 1969.
  37. Tales of Edgar Allan Poe, 1809-1849; 1964.
  38. Decorum, A Practical Treatise on Etiquette & Dress of the Best American Society 1879; Westvaco Corporation; 1979.
  39. Oliver Wendell Holmes; West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company; 1965.
  40. Herman Melville, Typpe, A Peep At Polynesian Life During A Four Month’s Residence in A Valley of the Marquesas; West Virginia Pulp and Paper Corporation; 1962.
  41. Voices from an Earlier America, An Anthology of Poetry; 1980.
  42. Lord Dismiss Us, A Novel; Michael Campbell; 1968.
  43. An Anthology of Famous American Stories; Angus Burrell and Bennett Cerf; 1936.
  44. Verses; Robert Loveman; 1896.
  45. Back Talk to a Mirror, An Anthology of Prose and Verse; Shelton State College; date of Publication not given.
  46. Familiar Quotations; John Bartlett; 1882.
  47. History of American Literature; Reuben Post Halleck; 1911.
  48. With The Bark On, Popular Humor of the Old South; John Q. Anderson; 1967.
  49. The Works of Rev. Jonathan Swift, Volume III.; Collected and revised by John Nichols, F. A. S.; 1812.
  50. The Works of Rev. Jonathan Swift, Volume V.; Collected and revised by John Nichols, F. A. S.; 1812.
  51. The Works of Rev. Jonathan Swift, Volume VI.; Collected and revised by John Nichols, F. A. S.; 1812.
  52. The Works of Rev. Jonathan Swift, Volume XII.; Collected and revised by John Nichols, F. A. S.; 1812.
  53. The Works of Rev. Jonathan Swift, Volume XIV.; Collected and revised by John Nichols, F. A. S.; 1812.
  54. The Works of Laurence Sterne, The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gent., A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy…sermon…letters; 1814.
  55. The Voice in the Rice; Gouverneur Morris; 1910.
  56. An Account of the Infancy, Religious and Literary Life of Adam Clarke; Rev. J. B. B Clark; 1833.
  57. The Story of The Rights of Man as Told in Seven Great Documents: (1) The Sermon on the Mount; (2) The Magna Charta; (3) The French Declaration of Rights; (4) The Declaration of Independence; (5) The American Bill of Rights; (6) The Emancipation Proclamation; (7) Women’s Suffrage Act.
  58. The Anniversary of Literary Fun; 1830.
  59. The Anniversary of Literary Fun: 1832.
  60. The Anniversary of Literary Fun; 1833.
  61. Filters and Their Uses: W. Bradford Shank; 1939.
  62. The Ladies Birthday Almanac 107th Edition; 1997.
  63. One Thousand Alabama Books and Pamphlets, Catalog Number 5; Jams Pat Cather; 1981.
  64. Palmer’s Piano Primer; H. R. Palmer; 1885.
  65. Music Lover’s Piano Pieces, The Nation’s Favorite Melodies; Chester Walls; 1945.
  66. The Bell, The Clapper, and the Cord: Wit and Witticism; National Federation of the Blind; 1984.
  67. Faulty Diction; Funk & Wagnalls; 1915.
  68. Mend Your Speech; Frank H. Vizetelly; 1920.
  69. The Notch Victim’s Handbook; John M. Adams; 1994.
  70. God Isn’t Done With Me Yet, The Unforgettable Story of America’s Homeless Kids (two copies); Mary Rose McGeady; 1993.
  71. The Memory Book; Harry Lorayne and Jerry Lucas; 1974.
  72. Folklore, for the time of your life; Elaine S. Katz; 1978.
  73. The Philosophy of the Moral Feelings; John Abercrombie, M.D.; 1865.
  74. Myrtle Leaves; Tokens at the Tomb; Adolphus W. Mangum; 1858.
  75. The Library of Oratory, Ancient and Modern; Chauncey M. Depew; 1902.
  76. Everyman’s Library, The Life of W. E. Gladstone; G. W. E. Russell; date of publication not given, but likely in the 1800s.
  77. Oliver H. Perry; date of publication not given but it was likely in the 1800s.
  78. Judah’s Lion; Charlotte Elizabeth. 1843.
  79. Popular Works; J. and J. Harper; 1829.
  80. Aunt Abbie’s Stories about the World Before the Flood; Mary Jane Welsh; 1860.
  81. The Blazed Trail; Stewart Edward White; 1901.
  82. The Fraternal and Modern Banquet Orator; W. W. Dodge; 1903.
  83. Romantic Passages in Southwestern History; Alexander B. Meek; 1975.
  84. Shakespearean Historical Plays; date of publication not given.
  85. Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship; and Travels, Volume I.; 1851.
  86. Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship and Travels, Volume II.; 1851.
  87. The Spy; J. Fenimore Cooper; 1895.
  88. The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Medes & Persians, Macedonians, and Grecians; Charles Rollin; 1815.
  89. The Library of Oratory Volume VI; Chauncey M. Depew; 1902.
  90. The Library of Oratory, Volume XIV; Chauncey M. Depew; 1902.
  91. Life and Death of John Bunyan, Volume I.; date of publication not given but likely in the 1800s.
  92. Seed Babies; Margaret W. Morley; 1896.
  93. The Novels of Sir Walter Scott, Volume III; MDCCLXX.
  94. Leadership for the Future; Bryant F. Tolles, Jr.; 1991.
  95. How To Win Friends and Affluent People; Robert H. Loeb, Jr.; 1965.
  96. Christmas With Dickens; Cedric Dickens; 1991.
  97. In Our Own Words, Alabamians Read Alabama; Auburn University for the Arts and Humanities; 1991.
  98. Noel! Poems of Christmas; Jeanne Osborne Gibbs and David Ogletree; 1979.
  99. The Works of John Locke in Ten Volumes, Volume Sixth; 1812.
  100. Ridpath’s Universal History; John Clark Ridpath; 1894.
  101. Toastmaster’s Treasury; Edward L. Friedman; 1960.
  102. How To Win Friends and Influence People; Dale Carnegie; 1936.
  103. How To Stop Worrying and Start Living; Dale Carnegie; 1944.
  104. Twelve Ways to Write Better Letters; William H. Butterfield; 1943.
  105. Stop Forgetting; Bruno Furst; 1948.
  106. Successful Leadership in Business; Charles A. Cerami; 1955.
  107. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam; date not given.
  108. Journal of Purchasing Harold E. Fearon; 1968.
  109. Crossing the Bar by Tennyson.
  110. Legacy, A Novel by James A; Michener; 1987.
  111. Masterpieces Western European Art, From The Hermitage of the 15th-20th Centuries Leningrad;
  112. Dicken’s Works, Christmas Stories; Charles Dickens.
  113. Leonardo Da  Vinci; Clifford Bax; 1932.