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Macy, George Jesse
Manuscript language material
writer of accompanying material
Joyce, James (1882-1941)
Kredel, Fritz (1900-1973)
Limited Editions Club
Limited Editions Club Collection (Library of Congress)
Olivier, Laurence (1907-1989)
Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)
Rogers, Bruce (1870-1957)
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
Szyk, Arthur (1894-1951)
The Limited Editions Club (New York)
Van Doren, Mark (1894-1972)
book of Ruth, The : from the translation prepared at Cambridge in 1611 for King James I
book of the thousand nights and a night, The
Canterbury tales, The
collected verses of George Jester, 1943, The
country, that's the place to live!", "The : (Epode II, Beatus ille qui procul negotiis)
Decameron, The : the modell of wit, mirth, eloquence and conversation : framed in ten dayes, of an hundred curious pieces, by seven honourable ladies, and three noble gentlemen
Du côté de chez Swann.
King James version of the Holy Bible, The : containing the Old and the New Testaments, together with the Apocrypha
Letter : from James Joyce to George Macy
life of King Henry V, The
mystery of the unhappy ending, The : a correspondence.
record of the proceedings at The Limited Editions Club's dinner to celebrate the twenty-first birthday of the club & the fiftieth birthday of its founder, A : together with a reproduction of the program and menu: the Ritz-Carlton, New York, 11 may 1950.
[rose] & the [ring], The
Shui hu zhuan.
Soldier's reader, 1943:, A
soldier's reader, A : a volume containing four hundred thousand words of select literary entertainment for the American soldier on the ground or in the air
Some notes upon a project for an illustrated Shakespeare.
Sonnets from the Portuguese
Strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Tales of soldiers and civilians
three musketeers, The
Travels in Arabia Deserta
VI.xvi. George Macy, The Limited Editions Club, 551 Fifth Avenue, New York and Denyse Clairouin, literary agent, 90, rue de Grenelle, Paris in correspondence with James Joyce and Paul Léon