Fig. 3. Lynd Ward, wood engraving from Wild Pilgrimage (1932) depicting part of the dream sequence.
Fig. 2. Lynd Ward, wood engraving from Wild Pilgrimage (1932) depicting the protagonist, who just witnessed the lynching of a Black man, walking through a forest.
Fig. 2. Endnote 26: A Daily Press Clipping Service, i. International Press Clipping Bureau, A Daily Press Clipping Service (Chicago, ), Publicity Booklet, i, New York Public Library, N.Y.
Fig. 3. Tommy Pico, Nature Poem (Tin House Books, 2017). Image courtesy of the Tommy Pico.
Claude Cahun, Marcel Moore, Untitled [Claude Cahun in Le Mystère d'Adam (The Mystery of Adam)], 1929 gelatin silver print; 4 x 3 in. (10.16 x 7.62 cm). San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Fractional and promised gift of Carla Emil and Rich Silverstein. © Estate of Claude Cahun. Photo: Don Ross
Fig. 1. First Receipt for Books Purchased at Shakespeare and Company. Courtesy of the Sylvia Beach Papers at Princeton University Library.
Fig. 5. Books Purchased by Ocampo from Shakespeare and Company (1934–1935)
Fig. 2. Locust Street looking west to Beaumont Street c. 1900; Eliot residence is last house on right before large brick building
Fig. 1. Phillip Lightweis-Goff, Her struggle's real, though sometimes she isn't (2020).
Henry Moore, Mask concept sketches for Auden's Dance of Death, 1934. Reproduced by permission of The Henry Moore Foundation.
Fig. 3. “Take a Kodak with You,” Advertising for Folding Pocket Kodak Camera, Alf Cooke Ltd, c. 1913. Courtesy of the George Eastman Museum.
Fig. 6. “Two ‘k’s’, an ‘o’, a ‘d’ and an ‘a,’” Eastman Kodak Company, 1920. Courtesy of Rubenstein Library, Duke University.
Fig. 1. Eliot’s handwritten envelope addressed to Emily Hale. Emily Hale Letters from T. S. Eliot. Manuscripts Division, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library.
Fig. 2. Pablo Picasso, Guernica (1937). Oil on canvas. 349.3 x 776.6 cm. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Photo Credit: Erich Lessing / Art Resource, NY. © 2020 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.