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  • Sweet pea review [microform] : by the Sunset Seed and Plant Co.

    • Text
    • San Francisco : The Murdock Press, 1896.
    • 1896
  • Some new bacterial diseases of legumes and the relationship of the organisms causing the same, by Thomas F. Manns.

    • Text
    • Philadelphia, 1914.
    • 1914
  • New School University jazz program, 2004/2005 [sound recording] / produced by New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music.

    • Audio
    • New York, N.Y. : New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, [2006?]
    • 2006
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryAvailable*LDC 47027Performing Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound
  • Sweet Home Cafe cookbook : a celebration of African American cooking / Albert Lukas and Jessica B. Harris, with contributions by Jerome Grant ; foreword by Lonnie G. Bunch III ; introduction by Jacquelyn Serwer.

    • Text
    • Washington, DC : Smithsonian Books, 2018.
    • 2018
    • 1 resource

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  • Mending : new and selected stories / Sallie Bingham.

    • Text
    • Louisville, Ky. : Sarabande Books, c2011.
    • 2011
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestPS3552.I5 M46 2011Offsite
  • Sweet Home Cafe cookbook : a celebration of African American cooking / Albert Lukas and Jessica B. Harris, with contributions by Jerome Grant ; foreword by Lonnie G. Bunch III ; introduction by Jacquelyn Serwer.

    • Text
    • Washington, DC : Smithsonian Books, 2018.
    • 2018
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestSc F 18-456Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
  • Toward the winter solstice : new poems / Timothy Steele.

    • Text
    • Athens, Ohio : Swallow Press/Ohio University Press, c2006.
    • 2006
    • 1 item

    Available Online

    Table of contents
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestPS3569.T33845 T69 2006Offsite
  • New & selected poems / Ron Padgett.

    • Text
    • Boston : David R. Godine, 1995.
    • 1995
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Request in advanceRequestPS3566.A32 N49 1995Offsite
  • Walking backwards : new poems / Shirley Geok-lin Lim.

    • Text
    • Albuquerque, NM : West End Press, c2010.
    • 2010
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Request in advanceRequestPS3562.I459 W35 2010Offsite
  • Desire lines : new and selected poems / Lola Haskins.

    • Text
    • Rochester, NY : BOA Editions, 2004.
    • 2004
    • 1 item

    Available Online

    Table of contents
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestPS3558.A7238 D47 2004Offsite
  • Real life stories / by W. W. Theisen and Sterling A. Leonard. Illustrated by Bernice Oehler.

    • Text
    • New York : The Macmillan company, 1929-
    • 1929
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestKE 31831Offsite
  • Red car : stories / Sallie Bingham.

    • Text
    • Louisville, Ky. : Sarabande Books, c2008.
    • 2008
    • 1 item

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    Table of contents only
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestPS3552.I5 R43 2008Offsite
  • The in between [sound recording] / Booker Ervin.

    • Audio
    • Japan : Blue Note, p2006.
    • 1997
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestCD11612Offsite
  • The cornucopia : being a kitchen entertainment and cookbook containing good reading and good cookery from more than 500 years of recipes, food lore & c. as conceived and expounded by the great chefs & gourmets of the old and new worlds between the years 1390 and 1899 / now compiled and presented to the public in a single handsome and convenient volume copiously illustrated, Judith Herman and Marguerite Shalett Herman.

    • Text
    • San Marino, Calif. : Huntington Library, c2005.
    • 2005-1973
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Request in advanceRequestTX715 .H556 2005Offsite
  • Rising Sun [sound recording] / Teruo Nakamura.

    • Audio
    • New York : Polydor, p1976.
    • 1976
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryAvailable*LZR 38701 [Disc]Performing Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound
  • Rising Sun / Teruo Nakamura.

    • Audio
    • New York : Polydor, [1976], ℗1976.
    • 1976-1976
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestW3794Offsite
  • Of poetry & protest : from Emmett Till to Trayvon Martin / edited and compiled by Philip Cushway and Michael Warr.

    • Text
    • New York : W.W. Norton & Company, [2016]
    • 2016-2016
    • 2 items
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestJFF 17-976Schwarzman Building - Main Reading Room 315
    Use in libraryRequestSc F 16-228Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
  • buckled into the sky / Adele Graf.

    • Text
    • Toronto ; Chicago ; Buffalo ; Lancaster (U.K.) : Guernica Editions, 2021.
    • 2021-2021
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestJFD 22-100Schwarzman Building - Main Reading Room 315
  • Mr. Conservative [videorecording] : Goldwater on Goldwater / HBO Documentary Films presents a Sweet Pea Films production ; produced by CC Goldwater, Tani Cohen ; directed by Julie Anderson.

    • Moving image
    • [New York, N.Y.] : Zeitgeist Films, [2007]
    • 2007
    • 2 items
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    No restrictionsAvailableDVDR 1267 MReserve Film and Video Adult Non-Fiction
    No restrictionsAvailableDVDR 1267 M Reserve Film and Video Adult Non-Fiction
  • Why the black hole sings the blues : poems, 2007-2020 / Ishmael Reed.

    • Text
    • McLean, IL : Dalkey Archive Press, 2020.
    • 2020
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestSc D 21-20Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
  • Coconut, ginger, shrimp, rum : Caribbean flavors for every season / Brigid Washington.

    • Text
    • New York : Skyhorse Publishing, 2017.
    • 2017
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestSc E 18-794Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
  • Knees of a natural man : the selected poetry of Henry Dumas / edited and with an introduction by Eugene B. Redmond.

    • Text
    • Chicago, Illinois : Flood Editions, [2020]
    • 2020-1989
    • 2 items
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestJFD 21-2175Schwarzman Building - Main Reading Room 315
    Use in libraryRequestSc D 22-248Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
  • Mel Bay's complete autoharp songbook / by Meg Peterson ; edited by Dan Fox.

    • Notated music
    • Pacific, Mo. : Mel Bay Publications, c1992.
    • 1992
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Request in advanceRequestJMF 06-1756Offsite
  • The little giant [sound recording] / Luis Gasca.

    • Audio
    • New York : Atlantic, [c1969]
    • 1969
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryAvailable*LZR 52267 [Disc]Performing Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound
  • The Sparrow sisters : a novel / Ellen Herrick.

    • Audio
    • [New York] : HarperAudio, 2015.
    • 2015
    • 1 resource

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  • Super sisters [sound recording] / produced by Rosetta Reitz.

    • Audio
    • New York, N.Y. : Rosetta Records, p1982.
    • 1982-1927
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    No restrictionsTemporarily unavailableSc Audio RE-8328Schomburg Center - Moving Image & Recorded Sound
  • The complete fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm / translated and with an introduction by Jack Zipes ; illustrations by John B. Gruelle.

    • Text
    • Toronto ; New York, N.Y. : Bantam, 1987.
    • 1987
    • 2 items
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    No restrictionsUse in library*R-RMRR PT921 .K5613 1987Schwarzman Building - Main Reading Room 315 - Reference
    Use in libraryRequestJ 398.21 CSchwarzman Building M2 - General Research Room 315
  • Stops / Joel Sloman.

    • Text
    • Cambridge, Mass. : Zoland Books, 1997.
    • 1997
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Request in advanceRequestPS3569.L64 S76 1997Offsite
  • Chiltern and Vale farming explained, [electronic resource] : according to the latest improvements. By the author of The practical farmer; or, the Hertfordshire husbandman: truly necessary for all landlords and tenants of either Ploughed Grass, or Wood Grounds. Containing, I. The Nature and Improvement of the four Clays, four Loams, four Gravels, four Chalks, and three Sands, with an Account of the Nature and Use of Stones in the common Fields. II. The Nature and Improvement of the Oak, shewing seven several ways to obtain a Wood thereof, also of the Beech, the manner of extracting its Sap after three different Methods for its long duration. The Ash, Elm, Witch-Elr, Horn-Beam, Maple, Lime, Sycamore, Horse and Sweet Chesnut, Walnut, Hasle, White-Elder, and the case of the Black-Cherry. And also of the Asp, Sallow, Poplar, Alder, and other Aquaticks. III. Of the Excellency of the White-Lamas-Wheat, and all other Wheats, Barley, Rye, Oats, Peas, Beans, Thetches and Tills, with a Copy of two Letters from William Hayton Esq; of Clarkenwell, and the Author's Answer concerning the Propagating of Wheat and Rye in Northumberland. Also an Estimate of the Loss and Profit of Crops for the Year 1732. IV. Of natural and artificial Grasses, being Remarks on a late Author's Writings on Trefoil, Clover, St. Foyne, Lucern, Rye-Grass and Cow-Grass: Also a Method how to save the difficult Seed of Lucern. V. Of Blights and Blasts, their Origin and Nature, their Mischiefs and Preventions. VI. Of Ploughing in general, being a full Explanation of broad Land ploughing, Bouting up, Thoroughing-Down, four Thoroughing, Hacking or Combing; also the Vale way of ridging up and casting down: With Descriptions and Dimensions of the Wheel-Ploughs, also of the Foot, Creeper, Kentish, Newmaket, and a new invented light Plough that does almost double work. with the same Horses that draws a single one. Vii. Of sowing in general. Viii. Of Seeds, and to know the good from the bad. IX. Of Weeds in general, their Mischiefs and Cures. X. Of an invaluable Liquor never before published, to steep Grain in for Sowing. XI. Of a new Method of Horse-Houghing, its Advantages and Disadvantages. XII. Of Turneps, and how to save them from the Slug, Fly and Caterpillar. XIII. Salt, its several Uses on Ploughed and Sward-Grounds, and of the Quantities that may be necessarily consumed in one Year, by a fifty Pound a year Farmer. XIV. Of Manures in general, their Natures and Uses on proper Soils, &c.

    • Text
    • London : printed for T. Osborne, in Grays-Inn, [1745]
    • 1745
    • 1 resource

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  • The practice of farming and husbandry in all sorts of soils, [electronic resource] : according to the latest improvements. Very useful for all Landlords and Tenants, of Ploughed, Grass, or Wood Lands, containing, I. The Nature and Improvement of the four Clays, four Loams, four Gravels, four Chalks and three Sands, with an Account of the Nature and Use of Stones in the common Fields. II. The Nature and Improvement of the Oak, shewing seven several ways to obtain a Wood thereof, also of the Beech, the manner of extracting its Sap after three different Methods for its long duration. The Ash, Elm, Witch-Elm, Horn-Beam, Maple, Lime, Sycamore, Horse and sweet Chesnut, Walnut, Hazel, White-Elder, and the Case of the Black-Cherry. And also of the Asp, Sallow, Poplar, Alder, and other Aquaticks. III. Of the excellency of the White-Lamas-Wheat, and all other Wheats, Barley, Rye, Oats, Peas, Beans, Thetches and Tills, with a Copy of two Letters from William Hayton, Esqr; of Clarkenwel, and the Author's Answer concerning the Propagating of Wheat and Rye in Northumberland. Also an Estimate of the Loss and Profit of Crops for one Year. IV. Of Natural and Artificial Grasses, being Remarks on a late Author's Writings on Trefoyl, Clover, St. Foyne, Lucern, Rye-Grass and Cow grass. Also a method how to save the Seed of Lucern. V. Of Blights and Blasts, their Origin and Nature, their Mischiefs and Preventions. VI. Of Ploughing in general, being a full Explanation of broad Land-Ploughing, Bouting up, Thoroughing down, four Thoroughing, Hacking or Combing; also the Vale way or Ridging up and Casting down: With Descriptions and Dimensions of the Wheel Ploughs, also of the Foot, Creeper, Kentish, Newmarket, and a new invented light Plough that does almost double work with the same Horses that draws a single one. Vii. Of Sowing in general. Viii. Of Seeds, and to know the Good from the Bad. IX. Of Weeds in general, their Mischiefs and Cures. X. Of an Invaluable Liquor never before published to steep Grain in for Sowing. XI. Of a new Method of Horse-Hoeing, its Advantages and Disadvantages. XII. Of Turneps, and how to save them from the Slug, Fly and Caterpillar. XIII. Salt, its several uses on Ploughed and Sward grounds, and of the Quantities that may be necessarily consumed in one Year, by a fifty Pound a Year Farmer. XIV. Of Manures in general, their Nature and Uses on proper Soils, &c.

    • Text
    • Dublin : printed by James Potts, at Swift's-Head in Dame-Street, M,DCC,LXV. [1765]
    • 1765
    • 1 resource

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  • The practice of farming and husbandry in all sorts of soils, [electronic resource] : according to the latest improvements, very useful for all landlords and tenants, of Ploughed, Grass, or Wood Lands, containing, I. The Nature and Improvement of the four Clays, four Loams, four Gravels, four Chalks and three Sands, with an Account of the Nature and Use of Stones in the common Fields. II. The Nature and Improvement of the Oak, shewing seven several ways to obtain a Wood thereof, also of the Beech, the manner of extracting its Sap after three different Methods for its long duration. The Ash, Elm, Witch-Elm, Horn-Beam, Maple, Lime, Sycamore, Horse and sweet Chesnut, Walnut, Hazel. White-Older, and the Case of the Black-Cherry. And also of the Asp, Sallow, Poplar, Alder, and other Aquaticks. III. Of the excellency of the Whitelamas-Wheat, and all other Wheats, Barley, Rye, Oats, Peas, Beans, Thetches and Tills, with a Copy of two Letters from William Hayton Esqr; of Clarkenwel, and the Author's Answer concerning the Propagating of Wheat and Rye in Northumberland. Also an Estimate of the Loss and Profit of Crops for the Year 1732. IV. Of Natural and Artificial Grasses, being Remarks on a late Author's Writings on Trefoyl, Clover, St. Foyne, Lucern, Rye-Grass and Cow grass. Also a method how to save the difficult Seed of Lucern. V. Of Blights and Blasts, their Origin and Nature, their Mischiefs and Preventions. VI. Of Ploughing in general, being a full Explanation of broad Land ploughing, Bouting up, Thoroughing down, four Thoroughing, Hacking or Combing; also the Vale way or Ridging up and Casting down: With Descriptions and Dimensions of the Wheel Ploughs; also of the Foot, Creeper, Kentish, Newmaker, and a new invented light Plough that does almost double work with the same Horses that draws a single one. VII. Of Sowing in general. VIII. Of Seeds, and to know the Good from the Bad. IX. Of Weeds in general, their Mischiefs and Cures. X. Of an Invaluable Liquor never before published, to steep Grain in for Sowing. XI. Of a new Method of Horse-Hoeing its Advantages and Disadvantages. XII. Of Turneps, and how to save them from the Slug, Fly and Caterpillar. XIII. Salt, its several uses on Ploughed and Sward grounds, and of the Quantities that may be necessarily consumed in one Year, by a fifty Pound a Year Farmer. XIV. Of Manures in general, their Nature and Uses on proper Soils, &c.

    • Text
    • Dublin : printed by M. Rhames, for R. Gunne near the Ram in Capple-Street, M.DCC.XXXV. [1735]
    • 1735
    • 1 resource

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  • Chiltern and vale farming explained, [electronic resource] : according to the latest improvements. Necessary for all landlords and tenants of either ploughed-grass, or wood-grounds. Containing, I. The Nature and Improvement of the four Clays, four Loams, four Gravels, four Chalks and three Sands, with an Account of the Nature and Use of Stones in the common Fields. II. The Nature and Improvement of the Oak, shewing seven several ways to obtain a Wood thereof; also of the Beech, the manner of extracting its Sap after three different Methods for its long duration. The Ash, Elm, Witch-Elm, Hornbeam, Maple, Lime, Sycamore, Horse and Sweet Chesnut, Walnut, Hazel, White-Elder, and the Case of the Black-Cherry. And also of Asp, Sallow, Poplar, Alder, and other Aquaticks. III. Of the Excellency of the Whitelamas-Wheat, and all other Wheats, Barley, Rye, Oats, Peas, Beans, Thetches and Tills; with a Copy of two Letters from William Hayton Esq; of Clerkenwell, and the Author's Answer concerning the Propagating of Wheat and Rye in Northumberland. Also an Estimate of the Loss and Profit of Crops for the Year 1732. IV. Of Natural and Artificial Grasses, being Remarks on a late Author's Writings on Trefoyl, Clover, St. Foyne, Lucern, Rye-Grass and Cow-Grass: Also a method how to save the difficult Seed of Lucern. V. Of the Blights and Blasts, their Origin and Nature, their Mischiefs and Preventions. VI. Of Ploughing in general, being a full Explanation of broad Land-Ploughing, Bouting-up, Thoroughing down, Four-Thoroughing, Hacking or Combing; also the Vale way of Ridging up and Casting down: With Descriptions and Dimensions of the Wheel-Ploughs, also of the Foot, Creeper, Kentish, Newmarket, and a New-Invented light Plough that does almost double work with the same Horses that draw a single one. Vii. Of Sowing in general. Viii. Of Seeds, and to know the Good from the Bad. IX. Of Weeds in general, their Mischiefs and Cures. X. Of an Invaluable Liquor never before published, to steep Grain in for Sowing. XI. Of a new Method of Horse-Houghing, its Advantages and Disadvantages. XII. Of Turneps, and how to save them from the Slug, Fly and Caterpillar. XIII. Its several Uses on Ploughed and Sward-Grounds, and of the Quantities that may be necessarily consumed in one Year, by a fifty Pound a year Farmer. XIV. Of Manures in general, their Nature and Uses on proper Soils, &c. By William Ellis, Of Little Gaddesden in Hertfordshire, Author of The Practical Farmer, or Hertfordshire Husbandman.

    • Text
    • London : printed for Weaver Bickerton, at Lord Bacon's Head, without Temple-Bar, [1733]
    • 1733
    • 1 resource

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  • From gujarat with love [electronic resource] : 100 authentic indian vegetarian recipes. Vina Patel.

    • Text
    • 2021.
    • 2021
    • 1 resource

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  • The Berkeley Bowl cookbook : recipes inspired by the extraordinary produce of California's most iconic market / Laura McLively ; photographs by Erin Scott.

    • Text
    • Berkeley, California : Parallax Press, [2018]
    • 2018
    • 1 resource

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