Preliminary Guide to the Allan H. Gilbert Papers, 1926-1976
Manuscripts, research files, correspondence, approximately 1287 black-and-white photographs and photostats of documents from various repositories and used in his research, and 3 reels of microfilm. Subjects of the research files and manuscripts include: Dante, Machiavelli, Milton, Jonson, and Aristotle (his POETICS).
Addition (2007-0141; 400 items, 0.5 lin. ft.) contains index files documenting the Gilbert's book collection. Many of these books are now in the collection at the Rare Book, Manuscript and Sepcial Collections Library at Duke University.
- Allan H. Gilbert papers 1926-1976
- Gilbert, Allan H., 1888-
- 12.56 Linear Feet , 11,525 Items
- David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University
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English Rejected, copy 3 of copy Anna Maria, 1957 October, Carbon as sent to Laterza
Rubens, Musée Royal de Bruxelles. See Johnson Collection: Venus and Vulcan
Leopere Minore Di Ariosto. In Writing Should Use Subjunctive After "I Think", "I believe"
S. Mara Del Popolo, Rome (Virtues Shown); Chiesa di S. Domenico, Bologna( Virtues Shown); Chiesa Di S. Agostino, San Gimignano, by B. Da Maiano (Virtues Shown); Castel Nuovo, Naples, Arco dii Trionfo del Re Alfonso I. D' Aragona
Persephone and Pluto (Frenth Translation of Ovid, 1539). See Pluto, also Devil
by fountain (wearing necklace, bracelet, and "a lawn") Cranack?
Dancing Faun. Nat'l Museum, Naples. See Edgar Wind: Satyr, Bacchus; See Johnson Collection: Faun, Silenvs
Rough Copy Corrected to 1956 August 8
cf. Bacon and Jonson and Herymick (Sp?)
Botticelli, Florence, Savoldo, Borghese Gallery, Filippino Lippi, Kress Collection, Titian, Venice, Chiesa di San Marziale
Addition (400 items, 0.5 lin. ft.) contains index files documenting the Gilbert's book collection. Many of these books are now in the collection at the Rare Book, Manuscript and Sepcial Collections Library at Duke University.
Professor of English at Duke University, specialist in Renaissance Italy.
[Identification of item], Allan H. Gilbert Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University
The Allan H. Gilbert Papers were received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library as a gift in 1994.
Processed by Katherine A. Crassons, Ming Guo
Completed July 6, 2001
Encoded by Ming Guo, Alice L. Poffinberger
Addition (2007-0141) minimally processed by John Mayrose.
Completed September 26, 2007
Encoded by John Mayrose
This finding aid is NCEAD compliant.
This collection is unprocessed: materials may not have been ordered and described beyond their original condition.