State University of New York at Buffalo. Rare and Special Books
420 Capen Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260, United States
The Rare & Special Books Collection began in 1935 with the donation of Thomas B. Lockwood’s collection of rare books, which includes such significant publications as four 17th-century folios of William Shakespeare; first editions of Edmund Spenser’s Fairie Queene, John Milton’s Paradise Lost, and Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass; works by fine presses such as Kelmscott, Doves, Roycroft, and Ashendene; and other collections including presidential signatures, ancient Greek and Roman coins, and drawings by William Blake.
Thomas B. Lockwood Book Collecting records, circa 1910-1935
Notebooks and card file maintained by Thomas B. Lockwood.
Collection ID: RBMS-131
Gran Colombia collection, 1576-1836
Collection of official government documents and personal materials from the Gran Colombia region, between the years 1576 and 1836. Featured within the collection are records of orders and documentation of the actions of figures such as Simon Bolivar, Philip II, and General Santander. Material types include official orders, personal statements, letters, maps, and documents court proceedings and legal disputes.
Collection ID: RBMS.160
Thomas B. Lockwood Antiquarian Book Catalog collection, circa 1910-1975
Antiquarian book catalogs collected by Thomas B. Lockwood and the University Libraries, University at Buffalo, State University of New York.
Collection ID: RBMS-141
Grolier Club Yearbooks, 1884-1972
Collection contains yearbooks for the following years: 1884, 1887-1925, 1967-1968, 1971-1972.
Collection ID: RBMS.152
Joseph H. Brennan papers, 1931-1960
Collection contains memorabilia of Joseph H. Brennan who was Chief Metallurgist, Union Carbide Company, including clippings, photographs, list of patents, and printed catalog of his collection of early editions of "metallurgical, geological, and chemical interest" which he donated to the Libraries at the State University of New York at Buffalo circa 1962.
Collection ID: RBMS-008