A cartoon by Edward Sorel depicting Jack Warner, head of Warner Bros. Studio distributing money to some of the studio's biggest male stars of the 1930's and 40's.  The front three are Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney and Edward G. Robinson. From the Edward Sorel Collection.
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Baron, Salo W. (Salo Wittmayer), 1895-1989
(Wiesel, Elie Collection.)
Letter, Apr. 26, 1972.
Barrett, Marvin
( King, Martin Luther Jr. Collection. )
TLS to MLK from Marvin Barrett, 1 p.
Barrett, William Joel, 1939-
( King, Martin Luther Jr. Collection. )
TLS to MLK, 1 p., with envelope.
Barrymore, Ethel, 1879-1959
(Swope, Herbert B. Collection.)
Correspondence, ca. 1939-1940.
Barrymore, John, 1882-1942
(Swope, Herbert B. Collection.)
Correspondence, ca. 1939-1940.
Barth, Richard, 1943-
(Wiesel, Elie Collection.)
TLS, Feb. 11, 1985.
Bartlett, Francis
(Cohen, Robert S. Collection. )
reprint of F. Bartlett, "Illusion and Reality in R.D. Laing."
Bartlett, Irving H.
(King, Martin Luther Jr. Collection. )
ALS to MLK, 2 p.
Bartlett, Robert Merrill, 1898-1995
(King, Martin Luther Jr. Collection. )
TLS to MLK, 1 p.
Bartley, William Warren, 1934-
(Cohen, Robert S. Collection.)
a. Correspondence.
b. Newspaper clippings
c. Reprints of papers by W. Bartley.
(i) “Theory of language and philosophy of science as instruments of educational reform: Wittgenstein and Popper as Austrian Schoolteachers.”
(ii) “The Philosophy of Karl Popper. Part II, Consciousness and Physics.”
(iii) “Theories of Demarcation between Science and Metaphysics.”
(iv) “Lewis Carroll’s Lost Book on Logic.”
d. Manuscripts by W. Bartley, all TS.
(i) “Knowledge is a product not fully known to its producer.”
(ii) “A Popperian Harvest.”
e. W. Bartley, “Through the Logical Microscope on the Far Side of the Looking Glass: Lewis Carroll’s Logical Problems,” copy.
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