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SHIRLEY GLUBOK PAPERS

Collection Number
Collection Dates
Collection Volume
DG0374
1962-1994
19.6 cu.ft. (33 boxes)

Biographical Sketch | Scope & Content | Related Collections | Series & Subseries | Box Inventory

Provenance

The collection was donated by Shirley Glubok between 1966 and 1996.

Restrictions

Noncirculating; available for research.

Copyright

The collection is protected by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U. S. Code). Reproductions can be made only if they are to be used for "private study, scholarship, or research." It is the user's responsibility to verify copyright ownership and to obtain all necessary permissions prior to the reproduction, publication, or other use of any portion of these materials, other than that noted above.

Biographical Sketch

Shirley Glubok was born on June 15, 1933 in St. Louis, Missouri. She received her bachelor's degree from Washington University, majoring in art and archeology, while continuing to develop her writing talent, which first emerged during childhood. After writing advertising copy in St. Louis, she took education courses and began her career as a grade school teacher. She took her students on field trips to the art museum, encouraging them to develop and express their own opinions about art. Soon she went to New York to obtain her master's degree in early childhood education from Columbia University (1958). Upon graduation she was hired to give Saturday lectures for children at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She also taught at a private school until 1964.

Glubok's first book, The Art of Ancient Egypt was published by Atheneum in 1962. After seeing the positive reviews the book received, Atheneum decided to produce a series of art history books written by Glubok. She has since written about thirty art history books for three publishers with the same basic format. With the help of juvenile advisors, Glubok chooses numerous black and white photographs of artwork for inclusion in her books. She complements the photographs with a clear, concise textual narrative. She has written most frequently about American art, classical art, Asian art, Native American art, dolls, and archaeological discoveries. She has also written about individual artists. In addition, she wrote four books with her husband, Alfred Tamarin (married 1968, died 1980). These books tended to include more text than Glubok's solo efforts. Glubok has written that, "My aim is to introduce young readers to the great art treasures of the world so they will try to understand the people who made them." In addition to writing about art, Glubok lectures on art and children's literature in front of classrooms, museum groups, and various professional educators' and librarians' organizations. She has received numerous awards, including: the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award in 1963 for The Art of Ancient Egypt; the Spur Award from the Western Writers of America in 1971; several American Library Association "notable book" citations; the Boston Globe-Horn Book award for best non- fiction book of the year, 1976; and Author of the Year for her body of work from the Children's Book Guild of Washington, D.C.

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Scope and Content

The majority of the material in this collection has been grouped according to title, and arranged alphabetically. Within each title, the materials are arranged in the probable order of creation.

Most of the books in the collection are nonfiction art history books which fall into several categories: books on ancient European and Mediterranean art; books on Asian art; books on the art of indigenous American peoples; books on American art of various time periods; books edited by Glubok; and books co-written by Glubok and her husband, Alfred Tamarin. With the exception of books in the latter two categories, almost all the titles in this collection follow the same format. The books are all roughly 48 pages long. Almost every page contains a black-and-white photograph of a work of art or architecture, accompanied by one or two short paragraphs of text explaining the piece and its creator. The books also contain basic historical information about the era or culture under examination.

Most of the titles in this collection are thoroughly documented. Several have material from nearly every stage of the publication process. Typescripts, galleys, dummys, page layouts, and blues are most prevalent in this collection, while research materials and proofs are available for only a few titles. Books for which there is not much documentation include American Sculpture, Art of America Since World War II, Art of Lands in the Bible, Art of Photography, and Art of the Woodland Indians.

Books on ancient or medieval European and Mediterranean art represented in this collection include The Art of Ancient Egypt, The Art of Ancient Greece, The Art of Ancient Rome, The Art of Egypt Under the Pharaohs, The Art of Lands in the Bible, The Art of the Etruscans, Art of the Vikings, and Knights in Armor. Glubok also edited three books on this subject: Digging In Assyria, Discovering the Royal Tombs at Ur, and Discovering Tut-ankh-amen's Tombs. With her husband, Glubok co-wrote The Mummy of Ramose: The Life and Death of an Ancient Egyptian Nobleman, and The Olympic Games in Ancient Greece.

Books on Asian art in this collection include The Art of China, The Art of India, and the Art of Japan. Books on indigenous American cultures include The Art of Ancient Mexico, The Art of Ancient Peru, The Art of the Eskimo, The Art of the North American Indians, The Art of the Northwest Coast Indians, The Art of the Plains Indians, The Art of the Southeastern Indians, The Art of the Southwestern Indians, and The Art of the Woodland Indians. Glubok also edited and abridged two books on this subject: The Fall of the Incas, and The Fall of the Aztecs.

Glubok also examined several eras of American art. Material for the following titles can be found in this collection: American Sculpture, The Art of America From Jackson to Lincoln, The Art of America in the Early Twentieth Century, The Art of America in the Gilded Age, The Art of America Since World War II, The Art of Colonial America, The Art of the Comic Strip, The Art of the New American Nation, The Art of the Old West, and The Art of the Spanish in the United States and Puerto Rico. Glubok also edited and abridged Home and Child Life in Colonial Days, and co-wrote Voyaging to Cathay, about historic relations and cultural exchanges between America and China.

The following books don't fall into any of the categories above, but follow the basic 48-page format: Art and Archaeology, The Art of Africa, The Art of Photography, and Dolls, Dolls, Dolls. Painting, a part of Scribner's "Great Lives" series, is a longer work, primarily for young adults, with twenty-three chapter-length biographies of famous painters.

The books which Glubok edited and abridged, and those which she co-wrote with her husband, tend to be longer and more detailed than the books in the "Art of" series. Many of these books still deal extensively with works of art, but they also focus in more depth on historical topics. Books which Glubok edited and abridged include Digging In Assyria, Discovering the Royal Tombs at Ur, Discovering Tut-ankh-amen's Tombs, The Fall of the Incas, The Fall of the Aztecs, and Home and Child Life in Colonial Days. With her husband Alfred Tamarin, Glubok co-wrote The Mummy of Ramose: The Life and Death of an Ancient Egyptian Nobleman, Olympic Games in Ancient Greece, and Voyaging to Cathay.

The "Articles" series contains typescripts and/or photocopies of several essays on art and culture written for magazines or children's textbooks. The "Miscellaneous" series contains a long autobiographical essay written for Something About the Author.



Series and Subseries

A. Books

B. Articles (1975-1991)

C. Miscellaneous Items (1962, n.d.)


Box Inventory

Box/Folder 

A. Books (1962-1994)

AMERICAN SCULPTURE by Shirley Glubok (New York: Holt, Rinehart, 1973). 1/1 Typescript, pp. 1-16. 1/2 Typescript, 17 pp. ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY by Shirley Glubok (New York: Harper & Row, 1966). 1/3 Miscellaneous typescript pages, edited, 35 pp. 1/4 Typescript, front matter, 2 pp., and pp. 3-56 (sporadic, 36 pp. total). 1/5 Typescript, edited, front matter, 2 pp., and pp. 1-35. 1/6 Typescript, pp. 1-23. Typescripts of book jacket text, 7 pp. 1/7 Galley, edited, 8 December 1965, 7 pp. Galley, 7 pp. 1/8 Storyboard layouts, 6 items. 1/9 Dummy with pasted-up text and illustrations, c. 42 pp. THE ART OF AFRICA by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook, photography by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Harper & Row, 1965). 1/10 Typescript, edited, pp. 1-31 (missing pp. 2 and 27). 1/11 Typescript, carbon copy, pp. 1-31 (missing p. 27). 1/12 Typescript, edited, pp. 1-30. Typescript, captions, 4 pp. 1/13 Storyboard layouts, 2 items. 1/14 Dummy with pasted-up text and illustrations, 47 pp. 2/1 Folded and gathered sheets, 11 sheets. THE ART OF AMERICA FROM JACKSON TO LINCOLN by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1973). 2/2 Typescript, front matter, 8 pp., and body, 26 pp. 2/3 Galley, "master set," front matter, 4 pp., and pp. 1-11. Galley, pp. 1-11. 2/4 Typescript of book jacket text, 4 pp. Layout of book jacket with pasted-up text, 1 item. 2/5 Storyboard, 1 item. Dummy, 48 pp. 2/6 Layouts with pasted-up illustrations: end papers, 1 item, and pp. 1-48, 25 items. 2/7-2/8 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, 2/7 Covers, 1 item. 2/8 End papers, 2 items, and pp. 1-48, 25 items. THE ART OF AMERICA IN THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1974). 2/9 Typescript: book jacket text, 3 pp., front matter, 3 pp., and body, 28 pp. 2/10 Dummy, pp. 1-48. 2/11 Layouts with pasted-up illustrations: end papers, 1 item, and pp. 3-7, 10-23, 26-39, 44-47, 20 items. THE ART OF AMERICA IN THE GILDED AGE by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan 1974). 3/1 Typescript, 27 pp. Typescript of book jacket text, 4 pp. 3/2 Galley, edited, pp. 2-12. 3/3 Galley, "master set": book jacket text, 3 pp., front matter, 3 pp., body, 13 pp., and revisions, 2 pp. 3/4 Galley of book jacket text, 5 pp. 3/5 Negatives, 16 items. 3/6 Blues, pp. 1-48. 3/7 Dummy, pp. 1-48. 3/8 Layout for title page, 1 item. 3/9 Layouts with pasted-up illustrations: covers, 1 item, end papers, 1 item, and pp. 1-48, 25 items. 3/10 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations: end papers, 2 items, and pp. 1-48, 25 items. 3/11 Negatives of layouts: end papers, 1 item, and pp. 1-48, 25 items. 3/12 Color proof for cover illustrations, 1 item. Book jacket, 2 items. THE ART OF AMERICA SINCE WORLD WAR II by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1976). 3/13 Blues, pp. 1-48. 3/14 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations: end papers, 1 item, and pp. 1-48, 25 items. THE ART OF ANCIENT EGYPT by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Atheneum, 1962). 4/1 Manuscript, 37 pp. 4/2 Typescript, pp. 1, 4-14. 4/3 Typescript, book jacket text, 3 pp., and captions, 5 pp. Typescript, pp. 1-24, and captions, 2 pp.. 4/4 Galley, 10 pp. Galley, 9 pp. Galley with typesetter's marks, 1 p. 4/5 Photograph, 1 item. THE ART OF ANCIENT GREECE by Shirley Glubok, designed by Oscar Krauss (New York: Atheneum, 1963). 4/6 Typescript: front matter, 1 p., captions, 2 pp., and body, pp. 1-27. Typescript, front matter, 1 p., and captions, 3 pp. 4/7 Typescript of book jacket text, 3 pp. Galley of book jacket text, 3 pp. 4/8 Galley: book jacket text, 1p., front matter, 4 pp., and body, 8 pp. 4/9 Blues, pp. 1-48. 4/10 Photograph, 1 item. Book jacket, 1 item. THE ART OF ANCIENT MEXICO by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook, photography by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Harper & Row, 1968). 4/11 Typescript, edited, pp. 1-19, and captions, 4 pp. 4/12 Typescript, pp. 1-19. 4/13 Typescript: front matter, 4 pp., captions, 5 pp., and body, pp. 1-20. 4/14 Galley, captions, 2 pp., and body, 9 pp. Galley, captions, 2 pp., and body, 9 pp. 4/15 Layouts with sketches, on index cards, 21 items. Copies of index cards, 6 items. 4/16 Dummy with pasted-up illustrations, pp. 1-41. 4/17 Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-41. THE ART OF ANCIENT PERU by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook, photography by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Harper & Row, 1966). 5/1 Typescript, pp. 1-20. Typescript of book jacket text, 4 pp. 5/2 Galley, 13 pp. 5/3 Galley, edited, 13 pp. Galley, edited, 14 pp. 5/4 Storyboard layout, 1 item. Storyboard layout with sketches, 1 item. 5/5 Dummy with pasted-up text and illustrations, pp. 1-41. 5/6 Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-41. THE ART OF ANCIENT ROME by Shirley Glubok, designed by Oscar Krauss (New York: Harper & Row, 1965). 5/7 Typescript, edited, captions, 4 pp., and pp. 1-20. Typescript, captions, 4 pp. 5/8 Galley, 6 pp. Galley, 9 pp. 5/9 Layout with sketches on tissue paper, 11 items. 5/10 Dummy with pasted-up text and illustrations, pp. 1-40. 5/11 Photograph of text for cover, 1 item. Negative of text for cover, 1 item. Layout of text for cover, 1 item. 5/12 Mechanical color separations for cover, 7 items. THE ART OF CHINA by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1973). 5/13 Correspondence, 1 item. Typescript, "original manuscript," 33 pp. 5/14 Typescript, "2nd version," 15 pp. 5/15 Typescript, typesetter's marks: front matter, 5 pp., captions, 4 pp., and body, 26 pp. 5/16 Galley, 26 October 1972, 15 pp. Galley, 26 October 1972, 16 pp. 5/17 Galley, edited, 26 October 1972, 17 pp. 5/18 Miscellaneous galley pages, 11 pp. Miscellaneous galley pages, 3 pp. 6/1 Storyboard layout, 1 item. 6/2 Dummy, pp. 1-48. 6/3 Layouts with pasted-up illustrations, covers, 1 item, end papers, 1 item, and pp. 1-48. 6/4 Layouts with pasted-up illustrations and text: end papers, 2 items, and pp. 1-48, 25 pp. 6/5 Blues, pp. 1-48. 6/6 Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-48. THE ART OF COLONIAL AMERICA by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1970). 6/7 Typescript, edited, pp. 1-24, and pp. 9-12. 6/8 Typescript: front matter, 2 pp., captions, 5 pp., and body, pp. 1-25. 6/9 Galley, 10 pp. Galley, 10 pp. 6/10 Dummy, pp. 1-48. 7/1 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, pp. 1-48 (missing p. 24- 25). 7/2 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, pp. 1-48. 7/3 Blues, pp. 1-48. 7/4 Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-48. Book jacket, 1 item. THE ART OF EGYPT UNDER THE PHAROAHS by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1980). 7/5 Typescript, edited with typesetter's marks, 39 pp. Typescript, captions, 3 pp. 7/6 Storyboard layout, 1 item. 7/7 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, pp. 1-48. THE ART OF INDIA by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook, photography by Alfred Tamarin and Carol Guyer (New York: Macmillan, 1969). 7/8 Typescript, edited, 21 pp. Manuscript pages, 3 pp. 7/9 Typescript, edited, front matter, 9 pp., and pp. 1-24. Typescript, book jacket text, 3 pp. 7/10 Galley, 15 pp. Galley, 10 pp. 7/11 Galley, 15 pp. 7/12 Storyboard layout, 1 item. 7/13 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations: end papers, 2 items, front matter, 3 items, and pp. 3-48, 24 items. 7/14 Layouts for unused pages, 6 pp. 7/15 Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-48. Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-48. 7/16 Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-48. Book jacket, 1 item. THE ART OF JAPAN by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook, photography by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Macmillan, 1970). 8/1 Typescript of book jacket text, 5 pp. 8/2 Galley, 14 pp. Galley, book jacket, 1 p. Galley, front matter, 3 pp. 8/3 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations: end papers, 1 item, title page, 1 item, and pp. 1-48, 25 items. 8/4 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, end papers, 1 item, title page, 1 item, and pp. 4-48, 23 items. 8/5 Layout for title page, 1 item. Book jacket, 1 item. THE ART OF LANDS IN THE BIBLE by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Atheneum, 1963). 8/6 Proposal, 1 item. Typescript, 20 pp. Storyboard layout, 3 items. Photograph, 1 item. 8/7 Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-48. THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1977). 8/8 Blues, pp. 37-48. THE ART OF THE COMIC STRIP by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1979). 8/9 Typescript, edited, 38 pp. 8/10 Typescript, edited and photocopied, 35 pp. Typescript, front matter and captions, 8 pp. 8/11 Typescript, edited with typesetter's marks, captions, 5 pp., and body, 35 pp. 8/12 Galley, 16 pp. Galley, 16 pp. 8/13-8/14 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, 8/13 Book jacket, 1 item. 8/14 End papers, 1 item, , and pp. 1-53, 27 items. 9/1 Blues, pp. 1-53. THE ART OF THE ESKIMOS by Shirley Glubok, designed by Oscar Krauss, photographs by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Harper & Row, 1964). 9/2 Typescript, typesetter's marks, pp. 1-24. 9/3 Dummy, pp. 1-48. 9/4 Book jacket proofs, 4 items. 9/5 Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-48. THE ART OF THE ETRUSCANS by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook, photographed by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Harper & Row, 1967). 9/6 Typescript, edited, pp. 1-20. Typescript, edited, pp. 1-20. 9/7 Typescript: captions, 5 pp., front matter, 3 pp., and book jacket text, 2 pp. 9/8 Galley, 12 pp. Galley, 12 pp. Galley of photograph captions, 2 pp. Galley of book jacket text, 1 p. 9/9 Storyboard layouts, 20 items. 9/10 Dummy with pasted-up text and illustrations, pp. 1-41. 9/11 Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-41. THE ART OF THE NEW AMERICAN NATION by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1972). 9/12 Typescript, edited, pp. 1-25. 9/13 Typescript, edited, 27 pp. 9/14 Typescript, edited, 31 pp. Galley, 1 p. 9/15 Dummy, pp. 1-48. 10/1 Layouts with pasted-up illustrations, pp. 1-48. 10/2 Negatives, pp. 1-48, 10/3 Blues, pp. 1-48. 10/4 Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-48. 10/5 Book jackets, 30 items. THE ART OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS by Shirley Glubok, designed by Oscar Krauss (New York: Harper & Row, 1964). 10/6 Correspondence, 1963, 1 item. Typescript, captions, 6 pp., and body, 28 pp. 10/7 Miscellaneous typescript pages, 15 pp. 10/8 Galley, 12 pp. 10/9 Galley, 13 pp. 10/10 Dummy, pp. 1-48. 10/11 Layouts for book jacket and title page, 2 items. THE ART OF THE NORTHWEST COAST INDIANS by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1975). 11/1 Typescript, edited with typesetter's marks, 41 pp. 11/2 Galley, 26 pp. 11/3 Photographs, 6 items. 11/4 Dummy, pp. 1-48. 11/5 Layouts with pasted-up illustrations, end papers, 1 item, and pp. 1-48 (missing p. 3-4), 25 items 11/6 Layouts with pasted-up illustrations, end papers, 1 item, and pp. 1-48, 25 items. 11/7 Negatives, 5 items. 11/8 Book jacket layout, 1 item. Book jacket proofs, 3 items. 11/9 Blues, pp. 1-48. Blues for book jacket, 2 items. THE ART OF THE OLD WEST by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1971). 11/10 Miscellaneous typescript pages, 25 pp. 11/11 Typescript, edited, 26 pp. 11/12 Typescript, edited, 25 pp. 11/13 Typescript, edited, 26 pp. 11/14 Galley, edited, 13 pp. Galley, 12 pp. 11/15 Dummy, pp. 1-48. 11/16 Dummy, pp. 1-48. Layout for title page, 1 item, [Oversized, removed to Box 10, folder 13]. 12/1 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, end papers, 1 item, and pp. 1-48, 25 items. 12/2 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, end papers, 2 items, and pp. 1-48, 24 items THE ART OF THE PLAINS INDIANS by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook, photography by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Macmillan, 1975). 12/3 Typescript, edited, pp. 1-42. 12/4 Galley, 13 pp. 12/5 Dummy, pp. 1-48. 12/6-13/1 Layouts with pasted-up text, 12/6 End papers, 1 item, and pp. 1-23, 13 items. 13/1 pp. 24-48, 13 items. 13/2-13/3 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, 13/2 End papers, 1 item, and pp. 1-48, 24 items. 13/3 Book jacket, 1 item. 13/4 Blues, pp. 1-48. 13/5 Blues, pp. 1-48. THE ART OF THE SOUTHEASTERN INDIANS by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook, photography by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Macmillan, 1978). 13/6 Typescript, edited with typesetter's marks, 40 pp. 13/7 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, title page, 1item. THE ART OF THE SOUTHWEST INDIANS by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook, photography by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Macmillan, 1971). 14/1 Manuscript, 45 pp. 14/2 Typescript, edited, 27 pp. 14/3 Typescript, 25 pp. 14/4 Typescript, front matter, 3 pp., and pp. 1-25. 14/5 Typescript, book jacket, 2 pp., and body, 26 pp. 14/6 Typescript, 27 pp. 14/7 Miscellaneous typescript pages, 16 pp. 14/8 Galley, pp. 1-10. Galley, pp. 1-10. 14/9 Galley, edited, pp. 1-10. Miscellaneous galley pages, 4 pp. 14/10 Dummy, pp. 1-48. 14/11 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, title page, 1 item, and pp. 1-48, 25 items. THE ART OF THE SPANISH IN THE UNITED STATES AND PUERTO RICO by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook, photographs by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Macmillan, 1972). 15/1 Typescript, edited, 26 pp. 15/2 Typescript, edited with typesetter's marks, 25 pp. Typescript, front matter, 7 pp. 15/3 Galley, 15 pp. Galley, 15 pp. 15/4 Dummy, pp. 1-48. 15/5-15/6 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, 15/5 End papers, 2 items, title page, 1 item, and pp. 1-21, 12 items. 15/6 pp. 22-48, 14 items, and book jacket, 1 item. 15/7 Blues, pp. 1-48. Press sheet, 1 item. THE ART OF THE VIKINGS by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1978). 15/8 Typescript, typesetter's marks, 36 pp. 15/9 Galley, 16 pp. 16/1-16/2 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, 16/1 Book jacket, 1 item, end papers, 1 item, title page, 1 item, and pp. 1-27, 13 items. 16/2 pp. 28-48, 11 items. 16/3 Blues, pp. 1-48. THE ART OF THE WOODLAND INDIANS by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook, photographs by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Macmillan, 1976). 16/4 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations: end papers, 1 item, covers, 1 item, and pp. 1-48, 25 items. DIGGING IN ASSYRIA edited by Shirley Glubok, abridged and adapted from Nineveh and Its Remains, by Austen Henry Layard, foreward by Prudence Oliver Harper, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan 1970). 16/5-16/6 Typescript, edited, 16/5 pp. 1-101. 16/6 pp. 102-212. 16/7 Typescript, book jacket and introduction, 6 pp. Galley, book jacket and introduction, 5 pp. 17/1 Galley, "master set," pp. 1-38. 17/2 Dummy, pp. 1-128. 17/3-17/4 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, 17/3 pp. 1-59, 30 items. 17/4 pp. 60-128, 35 items. 17/5 Book jackets, 2 items. DISCOVERING THE ROYAL TOMBS AT UR edited by Shirley Glubok, abridged and adapted from Ur Excavations; The Royal Cemetery by C. Leonard Woolley, foreword by Prudence Oliver Harper, designed by Gerard Nook, photography by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Macmillan, 1969). 17/6-17/7 Typescript, 17/6 pp. 1-42. 17/7 pp. 43-115. 17/8 Typescript, front matter and book jacket, 15 pp. 18/1 Galley, typesetter's marks, 7 pp. 18/2 Galley, pp. 1-44. 18/3 Galley, pp. 1-44. 18/4 Proof, 70 pp. 18/5 Photograph, 1 item. 19/1 Storyboard layout, 1 item. 19/2 Dummy, pp. 1-124. 19/3 Blues, pp. 1-124. 19/4 Book jackets, 2 items. DISCOVERING TUT-ANKH-AMEN'S TOMB edited by Shirley Glubok from The Tomb of Tut-ankh-Amen by Howard Carter and A.C. Mace, foreword by Eric Young, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1968). 19/5-19/6 Typescript, 19/5 Book jacket, 2 pp., front matter, 10 pp., and pp. 1-55. 19/6 pp. 56-122. 19/7 Galley, book jacket and front matter, 6 pp., and pp. 1-35. 19/8 Book jacket, 1 item. DOLLS, DOLLS, DOLLS by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook, photographed by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Follett Publishing Company, 1975). 20/1 Storyboard layout, 1 item. Photographs, 5 items. DOLL'S HOUSES: LIFE IN MINIATURE by Shirley Glubok (New York: Harper & Row, 1984). 20/2 Typescript, "original typescript," pp. 1-7. 20/3 Typescript, 36 pp. 20/4-20/5 Typescript, edited with typesetter's marks, 20/4 Front matter, 6 pp., and pp. 1-41. 20/5 pp. 42-80, and index, 8 pp. 20/6 Galley, "1st Proof," edited, 16 February 1983, pp. 1-34. 20/7 Galley, "2nd Proof," 29 February 1984, front matter, 2 pp., and pp. 1-32. 20/8 Galley pages, March 1984, 6 pp. 20/9 Proof pages, 5 pp. Photocopies of layouts, 3 items. 20/10 Blues, pp. 1-99. 20/11 Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-99. 20/12 Book jacket, 1 item THE FALL OF THE AZTECS edited by Shirley Glubok, illustrations selected and adapted by Leslie Tillett, designed by Leslie Tillett (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1965). 21/1 Manuscript, 6 pp. 21/2 Typescript, edited, 21/3 pp. 1-54. 21/4 pp. 55-111. 21/5 Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-101. 21/6 Book jackets, 2 items. THE FALL OF THE INCAS by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Macmillan, 1967). 21/7 Research material, 46 pp. 45 pp. 21/8 Typescript, 16 pp. 22/1 Typescript, edited, foreword, 2 pp., and pp. 1-77. 22/2 Galley, pp. 1-19. Galley, 6 pp. 22/3 Dummy, pp. 1-113. 22/4-22/6 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, 22/4 Book jacket, 1 item. 22/5 End papers, 1 item, and pp. 1-47, 24 items. 22/6 pp. 48-113, 33 items. 22/7 Press sheets (folded), 2 items. 22/8 Book jackets, 2 items. HOME AND CHILD LIFE IN THE COLONIAL DAYS edited by Shirley Glubok, abridged and edited from Home Life in Colonial Days and Child Life in Colonial Days by Alice Morse Earle, special photography by Alfred Tamarin (New York: Macmillan, 1969). 23/1 Research notes on photographs, 1 notebook. Research notes on photographs, 9 pp. 23/2-24/3 Typescript, edited, 23/2 pp. 1-88. 23/3 pp. 89-173. 23/4 pp. 174-277. 23/5 pp. 278-324. 24/1 pp. 325-389. 24/2 pp. 404-471. 24/3 pp. 472-545. 24/4 Typescript, front matter, 6 pp. Galley, front matter, 3 pp., and captions, 7 pp. 24/5-25/1 Galley, typesetter's marks, pp. 1-102 24/5 pp. 1-49. 25/1 pp. 50-102. 25/2-25/3 Blues, 25/2 Front matter, 10 pp., and pp. 1-166. 25/3 pp. 167-357. 25/4 Book jacket, 1 item. KNIGHTS IN ARMOR by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook (New York: Harper & Row, 1969). 25/5 Typescript, edited, captions, 6 pp., and pp. 1-26. 25/6 Typescript, edited, 31 pp., and captions, 5 pp. 25/7 Galley, 9 October 1968, pp. 1-8. 26/1-26/2 Layouts with pasted-up text and illustrations, 26/1 pp. 2-19, 9 items. 26/2 pp. 20-48, 15 items. 26/3 Miscellaneous layouts, 5 items. 26/4 Folded and gathered sheets, pp. 1-48. THE MUMMY OF RAMOSE: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN NOBLEMAN by Shirley Glubok and Alfred Tamarin (New York: Harper & Row, 1976). 27/1-27/2 Typescript, edited, 27/1 pp. 1-35. 27/2 pp. 36-63. 27/3 Typescript, captions, 4 pp., and index, 12 pp. 27/4 Galley, front matter, 7 pp., back matter, 10 pp., and captions, 5 pp. 27/5 Galley, body, 3 pp., back matter, 5 pp., and captions, 5 pp. 27/6 Proof, "1st pass," typesetter's marks, 47 pp. 27/7 Proof, "2nd pass," typesetter's marks, pp. 1-60. 27/8-27/9 Proof, 27/8 Front matter, 11 pp., captions, 5 pp., and pp. 1-44. 27/9 pp. 45-74, and back matter, 9 pp. 27/10 Proof, photocopy, body, 3 pp., index, 4 pp., and captions, 4 pp. OLYMPIC GAMES IN ANCIENT GREECE by Shirley Glubok and Alfred Tamarin (New York: Harper Collins, 1976). 27/11-28/1 Typescript, edited, 27/11 Front matter, 2 pp., and body, 42 pp. 28/1 Body, 37 pp., and back matter, 6 pp. 28/2 Typescript, index, 10 pp. 28/3 Typescript, captions, 5 pp. Galleys, captions, 12 pp. 28/4 Typescript, book jacket, 4 pp. Galleys, book jacket, 3 pp. Layout, 1 item. 28/5 Proof, bound: front matter, 6 pp., pp. 1-67, and back matter, pp. 68- 72. 28/6 Proof, "author's 1st pass," 6 February 1976: front matter, 3 pp., pp. 1- 68, and back matter, 12 pp. 28/7 Proof, "master set, 1st pass," 6 February 1976: front matter, 6 pp., pp. 1-67, and back matter, 6 pp. 28/8 Proof, "master set, 1st pass, revised," 18 February 1976: front matter, 5 pp., body, 72 pp., and back matter, 7 pp. 28/9 Proof, photocopy of "1st pass, revised," 18 February 1976: captions, 4 pp., front matter, 6 pp., body, pp. 1-72, and back matter, pp. 73-79. 28/10-29/1 Proof, "master set, 2nd pass," 22 March 1976, 28/10 Front matter, 8 pp., and pp. 9-58. 29/1 pp. 59-102, and back matter, pp. 103-115. 29/2 Proof, photocopied, 28 April 1976: front matter, 4 pp., body, 46 pp., and back matter, 5 pp. 29/3 Proof, index, 6 pp. Proof, photocopy, front matter, 2 pp., and back matter, 13 pp. 29/4 Dummy, photocopy: front matter, 4 pp., body, 49 pp., and back matter, 6 pp. 29/5 Blues, pp. 1-32, pp. 89-120. Publicity material, 1 item. PAINTING by Shirley Glubok (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1994). 29/6-29/10 Typescript, 29/6 4 chapters, 58 pp. 29/7 5 chapters, 57 pp. 29/8 4 chapters, 68 pp. 29/9 4 chapters, 66 pp. 29/10 3 chapters, 46 pp. 30/1 Typescript, "Michelangelo," 16 pp. 30/2-30/6 Typescript, edited, 30/2 pp. 3-70. 30/3 pp. 71-143. 30/4 pp. 144-194. 30/5 pp. 195-261. 30/6 pp. 262-323. 30/7 Typescript, photocopy, front matter, 6 pp., and various chapters, 83 pp. 31/1-31/2 Proof, edited, 31/1 6 chapters, 82 pp. 31/2 6 chapters, 76 pp. 31/3 Proof, bound: front matter, 10 pp., body, pp. 1-236, and back matter, pp. 237-238. Book jacket proof, photocopy, 2 pp. VOYAGING TO CATHAY : AMERICANS IN THE CHINA TRADE by Alfred Tamarin and Shirley Glubok (New York: Viking Press, 1976). 31/4 Manuscript, captions and credits, 24 pp. Typescript, captions, 3 pp. Typescript, captions, 6 pp. Typescript, captions, 9 pp. 31/5-31/6 Typescript, edited, 31/5 56 pp. 31/6 60 pp. 32/1 Typescript, corrected pages, 57 pp. Typescript, corrected pages, 6 pp. 32/2-32/3 Typescript, edited, 32/2 pp. 1-76. 32/3 pp. 77-159. 32/4 Galley, pp. 1-37. Galley, captions, 9 pp. 32/5 Typescript, "author's changes," 18 November 1975, 1 item. Galley, front matter, captions, and index, 4 pp. Galley, captions, 9 pp. Galley, corrected pages, 4 pp.

B. Articles and Miscellaneous Writings (1975-1991)

33/1 "Art and History," for Teacher Magazine, October 1975, 14 pp. 33/2 Article for Columbia University Magazine, Typescript, 13 pp. Typescript, 14 pp. 33/3 Revisions for article in Freedom's Ground (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1980), 23 pp. 33/4 "Glimpses of Holland's Golden Age," Connoisseur (December 1984), Galley, 5 pp. Photocopy of published article, 2 copies, 20 pp. 33/5 Art reviews for La Voz Hispana, 4 articles, 10 pp. "Mexico: Splendors of Thirty Centuries," in Review: Latin American Literature and Arts (January-June 1991), photocopy of published article, 7 pp. "Millet...Young Shepardess," typescript, 11 pp. 33/6 "National Gallery of Art," published in Riders on the Earth (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, n.d.) Typescript, edited, 14 pp. Typescript, edited, 13 pp. Photocopy of dummy (?), 26 pp. 33/7-33/8 "Reading a Picture," in textbook, Wind by the Sea (Needham, MA: Silver Burdett & Ginn, n.d.), 33/7 Photocopy of manuscript, 4 pp. Typescript, 9 pp. Typescript, 20 March, 7 pp. Typescript, 7 pp. 33/8 Typescript, 11 June 1987, 11 pp. Galley, 9 pp. Proof, front matter, 1 p., and index, 3 pp. Photocopy of published article, 12 pp. 33/9 Article published in textbook, Riders on the Earth (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, n.d.), typescript, 3 pp. 33/10 "Viking Warriors and Viking Women," in Scanorama (February 1981), Typescript, pp. 1-9. Photocopy of published article, 5 pp.

C. Miscellaneous Items (1962, n.d.)

33/11 Article in St. Louis Globe-Democrat (September 21, 1962), 1 p. Autobiography in Something About the Author Autobiography Series, Volume 7, Typescript, 34 pp. Photocopy of published article, 9 pp. Layouts, unidentified, 3 items [removed to Box 26, folder 5]. 33/12 Photographs of artwork, 2 items. Publicity material, 2 items.

Accession Number: 1999-045

Inclusive Dates: 1968; 1990-1994

Volume: .25 cubic ft.

Given By : Shirley Glubok Tamarin

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

The Art of Ancient Mexico by Shirley Glubok, photography by Alfred H. Tamarin; Harper & Row, 1968.

storyboard

 

Auction Forum (periodical), April 1990.

article and typescript

 

Painting by Shirley Glubok; Scribner, 1994.

galley


Accession Number: 1999-324

Inclusive Dates: 1972-1975; 1991-1999

Volume: .25 cubic ft.

Given By : Shirley Glubok Tamarin

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

Painting by Shirley Glubok; Charles Scribner's Sons, 1994.

bound, uncorrected advance proof

 

Art of the Spanish in the United States and Puerto Rico by Shirley Glubok, photographs by Alfred Tamarin; Macmillan, 1972.

Corrected typescript, first draft, 22 pages;
Corrected typescript, second draft, 24 pages;
Typewritten draft of front and back cover copy, 4 pages;
Photocopy of corrected publicity/catalogue copy, 1 page.

 

"Arms and Armor Gallery Guide," Metropolitan Museum of Art, 8-6-91. [not published]

"Armor ( Yoroi Type) (early 14 th cen.)" by Shirley Glubok, corrected typescript, 2 pages;
"ARMOR (GUS _ KU) (17th cen)" by Shirley Glubok, corrected typescript, 1 page;
"16. ARMOR (GUSOKU) (17TH Cen)" by Shirley Glubok, corrected photocopy, 1 page;
"PAIR OF SWORD BLADES (DAISH _ ) (19 th cen)" by Shirley Glubok, corrected typescript, 1 page;
"18. PAIR OF SWORD BLADES (19TH cen)" by Shirley Glubok, corrected photocopy, 1 page;
"Turban Helmet (15th cen.)" by Shirley Glubok, corrected typescript, 1 page;
"20. TURBAN HELMET (15TH Century)" by Shirley Glubok, corrected photocopy, 1 page.

  The Art of the Northwest Coast Indians by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook; Macmillan, 1975.

corrected typewritten draft of front and back cover copy, 3 pages.

 

Miscellaneous:

Handwritten note dated November 3, 1999.


Accession Number: 2000-085

Inclusive Dates: 1982-1999

Volume: .25 cubic ft.

Given By : Shirley Glubok Tamarin

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

"John Walsh– Steady at the Getty," by Shirley Glubok; Columbia–The Magazine of Columbia University December 1988, pp.32-33.

Original typescript
Published article

 

"Art Nirvana at the Met," by Shirley Glubok; Columbia–The Magazine of Columbia University April 1988; p. 48.

Original typescript ["Barbara Ford"]
Published article

 

"Imperial Austria," by Shirley Glubok; published in Arts & Antiques , no date, 2 pp.

Original typescript

 

"Canyon Ranch in the Berkshires" by Shirley Glubok, article, not published, 4 pp.

Original typescript

 

"Getty Bronze" by Shirley Glubok, book chapter, not published, 14 pp.

Original typescript

 

"Ginevra de' Benci" by Shirley Glubok, book chapter, unpublished, 13 pp.

Original typescript

 

"Blue Boy, Huntington Library" by Shirley Glubok, book chapter, unpublished, 8 pp.

Original typescript

 

"Burgonet (1543)" by Shirley Glubok, gallery guide to Arms and Armor, Metropolitan Museum of Art, not published.

Original typescript

 

"The Henry Moore Sculpture Reserve," by Shirley Glubok; Columbia–The Magazine of Columbia University October 1986, pp. 35-38.

Published article

 

"Ah, The Doll's House," by Shirley Glubok; Columbia–The Magazine of Columbia University December 1985, pp. 24-28.

Published article

 

"Titania's Palace," by Shirley Glubok; Scanorama , July-August 1983, pp. 110-111.

Published article

 

"Tiny Treasures," by Shirley Glubok; Scanorama , December 1982-January 1983, pp.91-93.

Published article

 

"Sweden's Newest Museum Was a Work in Progress for Centuries," by Shirley Glubok; Museum News , March/April 1991, pp. 18-20.

Published article

 

"Egyptian Art in the Age of the Pyramids," by Shirley Glubok; La Voz Hispana, December 16, 1999, p. 1.

Published article

 

"Expert Opinion: Shirley Glubok on Liberty Pewter," by Shirley Glubok; Auction Forum U.S.A., May 1990, p. 1 and 3.

Published article


Accession Number: 2001-274

Inclusive Dates: [n.d.]

Volume: .25 cubic ft.

Given By : Shirley Glubok Tamarin

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

Unpublished typescript on Albrecht Durer by Shirley Glubok

 

"Art of Aztec Mexico: Treasures of Tenochtitlan," by Shirley Glubok for Arts & Auction

typescript

 

"Mexico: Splendors of Thirty Centuries," by Shirley Glubok

typescript

 

"19th and 20th Century Chinese Paintings from the Ellsworth Collection at the Metropolitan Museum," by Shirley Glubok

typescript


Accession Number: 2003-026

Inclusive Dates:1971; [n.d.]

Volume: .60 cubic ft.

Given By : Shirley Glubok Tamarin

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

"Arms and Armor" gallery guide

Typescripts and draft

 

Article by Shirley Glubok for Magazine Connoisseur

Published article

 

Art of the Old West by Shirley Glubok; Macmillan, 1971.

Photocopy of typescript

 

Original map and five photographs for various publications


Accession Number: 2003-101

Inclusive Dates: [n.d.]

Volume: .60 cubic ft.

Given By : Shirley Glubok Tamarin

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

Original map and twenty photographs for publication


Accession Number: 2005-218

Inclusive Dates: [n.d.]

Volume: .30 cubic ft.

Given By : Shirley Glubok Tamarin

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

Correspondence

Contracts


Accession Number: 2009-044

Inclusive Dates: 1966-1979

Volume: .23 cubic ft.

Given By : Shirley Glubok Tamarin

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

The Art of India by Shirley Glubok, Alfred H. Tamarin, and Carol Guyer; Macmillan, 1969.

Correspondence

 

The Art of the Comic Strip by Shirley Glubok; Macmillan, 1979.

Notes

 

The Art of China by Shirley Glubok; Macmillan, 1973.

Correspondence

 

The Art of the Old West by Shirley Glubok; Macmillan, 1971.

Correspondence
Edited typescript [early draft]

 

The Art of Ancient Peru by Shirley Glubok; Harper & Row, 1966.

Correspondence

 

The Art of Japan by Shirley Glubok; Macmillan, 1970.

Correspondence
Notes
Photograph/art list

 

Art and Archaeology by Shirley Glubok; Harper & Row, 1966.

Correspondence

 

The Art of the Eskimo by Shirley Glubok; Harper & Row, 1964.

Contract
Correspondence

 

Olympic Games in Ancient Greece by Shirley Glubok and Alfred H. Tamarin; Harper & Row, 1976.

Contract
Correspondence
Color separation w/overlay [black & white]
Publicity/ordering information

 

The Art of Photography by Shirley Glubok and Alfred H. Tamarin; Macmillan, 1976.

Correspondence

 

American Sculpture by Shirley Glubok; Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1973.

Book cover

 

"Young Pablo Picasso" by Shirley Glubok [currently unpublished]

Edited typescript w/notes
Early typescript
Correspondence
Storyboard

 

Miscellaneous:

General correspondence

Articles re: dolls [written by Shirley Glubok]

Article re: Swedish glass [written by Shirley Glubok]

Poster of unidentified Asian artwork


Accession Number: 2009-184

Inclusive Dates: ca. 1979

Volume: .25 cubic ft.

Given By : Cartoon Library and Museum

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

The Art of the Comic Strip by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook; Macmillan, 1979.

Negatives/transparencies of comic strips
Contact prints of comic strips


Accession Number: 2009-206

Inclusive Dates: 1964-1978

Volume: .10 cubic ft.

Given By : Shirley Glubok Tamarin

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

The Art of the North American Indian by Shirley Glubok and Oscar Krauss; Harper & Row, 1964.

Front cover, transparency

 

The Art of Woodland Indians by Shirley Glubok; Macmillan, 1976.

Front cover, transparency

 

The Art of the Southeastern Indians by Shirley Glubok; Macmillan, 1978.

Front cover, transparency
Back cover, transparency

 

The Art of Ancient Mexico by Shirley Glubok, Gerard Nook, and Alfred H. Tamarin; Harper & Row, 1968.

Front cover, transparency
Back cover, transparency

 

Ancient Indians of the Southwest by Alfred H. Tamarin and Shirley Glubok; Doubleday, 1975.

Front jacket, transparency
Back jacket, transparency


Accession Number: 2010-105

Inclusive Dates: 1966-1980

Volume: .40 cubic ft.

Given By : Shirley Glubok Tamarin

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

Dolls' Houses: Life in Miniature by Shirley Glubok; Harper & Row, 1984.

Book jacket

 

Art & Archaeology by Shirley Glubok; Harper & Row, 1966.

Book jacket

 

Discovering Tut-ankh-Amen's Tomb edited by Shirley Glubok [from The Tomb of Tut-ankh-Amen by Howard Carter and A.C. Mace]; Macmillan, 1968.

Book jacket

 

The Art of the Comic Strip by Shirley Glubok; Macmillan, 1979.

Book jacket

 

The Art of the Vikings by Shirley Glubok; Macmillan, 1978.

Book jacket

 

The Art of Egypt Under the Pharaohs by Shirley Glubok; Macmillan, 1980.

Book jacket


Accession Number: 2010-138

Inclusive Dates: 1975-1979; [n.d.]

Volume: .30 cubic ft.

Given By : Shirley Glubok Tamarin

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

Dolls, Dolls, Dolls by Shirley Glubok, photographs by Alfred Tamarin, designed by Gerard Nook; Follett Publishing Co., 1975.

Photographs [52]

 

The Art of the Comic Strip by Shirley Glubok, designed by Gerard Nook; Macmillan, 1979.

Photographs [45]
Negatives [2]

 

Miscellaneous:

Correspondence to the de Grummond Collection


Accession Number: 2011-120

Inclusive Dates: [n.d.]

Volume: .10 cubic ft.

Given By : Shirley Glubok Tamarin

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

Untitled book on Albrecht Dϋrer by Shirley Glubok [unpublished]

Typescript


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Revised: September 2011

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