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American Literary Studies


Special Collections: Popular/Mass Culture

  • American Comics and Graphic Novels
    Several collections of modern and contemporary comics and graphic storytelling, including original comic books, microfiche reproductions, and reprint editions.
  • Dell Paperbacks
    A complete collection of the entire run of Dell Paperback books from 1942-1962, comprising 2712 individual titles.
  • Delmer Daves (1904-1971)
    Corrrespondence, scripts, treatments, photographs and working papers covering Daves' career in the motion picture industry (1930-1965).
    Daves was director of such films as 3:10 to Yuma, Dark Passage and A Summer Place.
  • Dime Novels and Penny Dreadfuls
    Original editions of over 8000 pulp novels, boys papers, and related paper materials dating from1850s into the 1910s.
  • Gay and Lesbian Fiction
    A collection of over 3400 titles.
  • 20th-Century American Paperback Humor Collection
    A collection of approximately 2500 cartoon and joke books representing almost every publisher from 1939-1959, including 16 books on American servicemen and their views on Asians.
  • TV Tie-Ins
    A collection of books produced as spin-offs from popular American television shows.

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