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Publications

Available as Electronic Text:

Selected older publications relating to College history have been digitized and are listed on our web site.

Available for Sale:

In addition to the publications listed below, which are all based on materials in the Archives and Special Collections, a number of other publications relating to the College can be had from the Public Affairs Office (e-mail: pmallen@amherst.edu).

Robert Frost, Two Poems
Two Poems by Robert Frost Recently Discovered. With an essay by Mark Richardson
(Friends of the Amherst College Library, 2006)
Available for a contribution of $10.00 or more to the Friends of the Amherst College Library.


J. J. Lankes Illustrates Robert Frost

J. J. Lankes Illustrates Robert Frost: "Neither Out Far Nor In Deep," Christmas 1935
(Friends of the Amherst College Library, 2005)
Available for a contribution of $10.00 or more to the Friends of the Amherst College Library.


Hugo Saglio, "Your Success Is My Success"

"Your Success is My Success": Robert Frost to Hugo Saglio
(Friends of the Amherst College Library, 2004)
With an introduction and notes by Donald Sheehy.
Available for a contribution of $10.00 or more to the Friends of the Amherst College Library.


Notes by Robert Frost on His Life and Early Writings

Notes by Robert Frost on His Life and Early Writings
(Friends of the Amherst College Library, 1991) 
With an introduction by William H. Pritchard. 
$10.00 postpaid.


Speaking of Frost

Speaking of Frost: Richard Wilbur and William H. Pritchard, interviewed by Donald G. Sheehy
(Friends of the Amherst College Library, 1997)
$10.00 postpaid.


Emily Dickinson: A Letter

Emily Dickinson: A Letter 
(Friends of the Amherst College Library)
With a note by Polly Longsworth.
$10.00 postpaid.


The Master Letters of Emily Dickinson

The Master Letters of Emily Dickinson
Edited by R. W. Franklin.
Facsimile and transcription, with discussion.
Available from the University of Massachusetts Press (entered in their catalogue under Franklin).


The College on the Hill

The College on the Hill.
Celebrating the 175th anniversary of Amherst College, 1821-1996.
A volume of historical photographs, with an introduction by Charles C. Eldredge '66. Available from the Public Affairs Office (e-mail: pmallen@amherst.edu).


The Poetical Manuscripts of Mark Akenside

The Poetical Manuscripts of Mark Akenside in the Ralph M. Williams Collection, Amherst College Library.
Reproduced in facsimile. 1988.
With an introduction by Robin C. Dix.
$15.00 postpaid.


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Newsletter of the Friends of the Amherst College Library.
Annual; sent to all members of the Friends of the Amherst College Library.
$35.00 (Friends membership); sample copy free.
For information on membership, e-mail Bryn Geffert.