The Halcyon

The Halcyon: The Newsletter of the Friends of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library

Selected articles on the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library's Slavic and East European collections:

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Anti-American Propaganda in Czech Book Design, 1946-1962 (no. 65 June 2020) by Ksenya Kiebuzinski

Vojtech Kubašta’s Marvelous Movable Books ( no. 61 June 2018) by Ksenya Kiebuzinski

Not Lost in Translation: Orwell's Animal Farm among Refugees and beyond the Iron Curtain (no. 59, June 2017) by Ksenya Kiebuzinski

‘Pas un pas sans Bata’: The Bata Shoe Company in Canada (no. 56, December 2015) by Alexandra Kordoski

A Photograph and the Forgotten Story of the Last of the Carpathian Outlaws (no. 54, December 2014) by Ksenya Kiebuzinski

Ukrainian Prisoner-of-War Publications (no. 52, December 2013) by Ksenya Kiebuzinski

Purchased from Quaritch: Book Design of the Czech Avant-Garde (no. 51, June 2013) by Ksenya Kiebuzinski

Jacyk Fellow Cataloguing Luczkiw Collection of Ukrainian Canadiana (no. 43, June 2009) by Ksenya Kiebuzinski

Orbini's Regno degli Slavi: an Early Source for Slavic History (no. 41, June 2008) by Ksenya Kiebuzinski

Ivan Cankar (no. 39, June 2007) by Ksenya Kiebuzinski

A 'Prima' Week in a Small Czech Town (no. 34, Nov. 2004) by Luba Frastacky

The 1919 Diary of a Russian White Army Officer (no. 32, Nov. 2003) by Keren Dali

Otto Schneid: Artist with a Mission (no. 32, Nov. 2003) by Barry D. Walfish

Polonica, Canadiana, and Much More (no. 31, June 2003) by Luba Frastacky

A Biography of Count Emeryk Hutten Czapski (no. 31, June 2003) by Leszek Czubik.

Two Significant Macedonian Acquisitions (no. 27, June 2001) by Christina E. Kramer.

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