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Jorge Luis Borges papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 10155
Content Description New collection of eleven manuscripts by writer Jorge Luis Borges which have been combined with the Borges collection. The new acquisitions include Herrera y Reissig; Soneta Para un Tango en la Nochecita; La Cabala (1943), Los Espejos Velados; Prologo a Mester de Juderia, de Carlos Grunberg;El Milagro Secreto; Nota Sobre la Paz; De Alguien a Nadie; La Biblioteca Total; El Dios y el Rey; and Prose Poems for I. J.Other Borges manuscripts include : Juderia, Ciudad, Calle Desconocida,...
Dates: 1919-1978

George D. Greenia research papers

 Collection — Box: BW 41, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 16672
Content Description This collection contains the Dr. George D. Greenia research papers archive on a medieval Iberian manuscript, the Privilego de 1295 (no.138), in the Rosenthal Medieval Manuscript collection (MSS 9772-a) at the University of Virginia. The items in this collection include correspondence, twenty-five 35mm slides, wax sleeves with one negative and two photographs, photocopies of newspaper articles, two newspaper clippings, and a manuscript about the document in Spanish. Materials are in English and...
Dates: 1995-1997

Gregory A. Prince Mormon Studies Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 16540
Content Description As described by an independent appraiser, "The Gregory A. Prince collection of 12,000 plus items, is a treasure trove of Mormon history and research and unlike many private libraries of high-spots or narrow focuses, this collection offers a wide view of the LDS Church and the Mormon experience writ large, from its foundations to the present with a focus on the structural changes that the LDS Church undertook beginning in the twentieth century (roughly beginning at the time of the issuance of...
Dates: circa 1813-2020

John Henry Timberlake University of Virginia student notebooks

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 16691
Content Description The first notebook covers courses on modern languages taught by Professors Maximilian Schele de Vere and [George Frederick] Holmes. Generally divided into a French and Spanish section, with an "Index Variorum," "Notes on French Idioms," and timelines of authors' lives. The second notebook covers the courses on mathematics taught by Professor Albert Taylor Bledsoe, with sections on differential calculus, integral calculus, and analytical problems. The third notebook,...
Dates: 1854-1858