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THE MICHICAN DAILY

' SATURDAY, JANUARY 9. 192(

Americana Exhibit
Now Displayed by
Clements Library
"Representative Rarities" is ti
title of the exhibit now on display
at the William L. Clements Library.
This exhibit was arranged for the 40tl
annual meeting ff the American Tis-
torical association here. It repre-
sents an arbitrary selection of item;
to illustrate thecharacter and scope
of the Americana available in the Ii-
brary. I
Four types of material are shown:
editions 'of one of the great collections
of voyages, a few representative maps,
some early printed books of the period
of English colony planting, and somne=
of the original manuscripts written
during the Revolutionary war period.
DeBry's account of the overseas ad-
ventures of the early explorers is an
example of the first type. Every ac-
count is illustrated tiy copper-plat(
engravingsawhich have made theI
books popular.
John Smith's map of Virginia, Hen-
nepin's maps of the Mississippi region
some of Hakluyt's maps, and a map-t
view of Mexico are some of the speci-
Inens of the library's maps which are
ksed in the exhibition.
Hariot's Virginia and James Ro-
sler's account of his expedition to
Kennebec are examples of printedi
books of the early colonial period.
The Continental Army Register,
Howe's Orderly Book, and the 'Shel-
burne papers are the three examples
of original manuscripts.

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Resolutions requesting Congress toE
publish certain documents of impor-
tance to the history of the UnitedE
States were passed by the AmericanI
Historical association at its meetings
here. Among these are records of the!
Continental Congress, of the territor-
ies, and of recent foreign relations.
J. Franklin Jameson, of the Carne-
gie Institute, Washinglon, 1). C., urg-
ed that the association request that'
publication of a series of annual re-
ports of foreign relations, now morej
than ten years behind, be brought up
to date. The numbers yet to appear
cover the period of the war and the
peace settlement, which are of vast
importance to the student of diplonY-
acy, hie said.
It was -ointed out that the official
journal of the Continental Congress'
zire not complet% for the last years of
that body, and a resolution was pass-
ed asking that it be finished.

At the monthly meeting of the Geo-
logical Journal club held Thursday
in 'the Natural Sciepice building. It
L. Belknap, of the geology department,
provided the principal subject of dis-
cussion in a report on the important
papers delivered at the annual con-
vention of the Geological Society of
America, held the latter part of De-
cember at New Haven, Conn.
in his summary of the papers real
at New Haven, Mr. Belknap mentione(d
that given by Prof. W. I. Hobbs, of
the geology d(epartment, who outlined
briefly the proposed .University expe-
dition to Greenland in the summer of
1926. He also told of the papers pre-
sented by Roy Chapman Andrews,
who gave the results of his third Mon-
goliant expedition under the auspices
of the American museum of natural
history.
A feature of the New haven gather-
ing, Mr. Belknap declared, was the
dedication of the new Peabody muse-
um, called in the East, "Yale's gift to
Evolution." The next convention will
be held at Madison, vis. Professor
Lawson, of the University of Califor-
nia, has been chosen the new presi-
dent of the society.
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