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Enlargement of woodcut stamp on the title sheet of the play Acrisolar el Dolor, which has a separate entry on this site. Woodcut printing methods became increasingly rare into the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Press release which declares Congressman Benjamin Rosenthal's proposal to limit condominium conversions via new legislation.

A letter written by Queens College President Paul Klapper to Robert Moses, then-Executive Officer of the 1939-1940 New York World's Fair, regarding potential leftover materials to be donated.

A communication from New York City Mayor Fiorello La Guardia to Judge Charles Colden informing him of a decision regarding the grounds for Queens College. This is presumably in reference to the New York Parental School, whose Spanish Revival-style…

A report submitted by architect J. Fredrick Larson to Judge Charles Colden that outlines concerns and suggests strategies for college planning. Mr. Larson had the unique former occupation of a World War I flying ace with Britain's Royal Flying Corps.

Letter to Benjamin Rosenthal about poor response rate to the Census Questionnaires in Queens.

This play concerns David, the second king of Israel, and Michal, his wife. Their relationship was a complicated one, Michal being forced to lead her husband to safety when Saul, her father and the first king, attempted to have him killed. She was…

New faculty and staff of the college, unidentified, are arrayed for a group portrait in November 1991.


This "new, burlesque, and gracious" comedia has the inauspicious title of The Risen Dead. (Selections - full volume available from Queens College Archives)

Press release explaining the results of report of Reagan administration policies and impact on consumers
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