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VOL. rV       NOVEMBER 1954       NUMBER i.

THE   FRIENDS   OF   THE   COLUMBIA   LIBRARIES

publish the Columns three times a year at Butler Library, Columbia
University, New York 27, N. Y. Current single numbers, one dollar.
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Pursuit of Freedom............3

Madame Pandit speaks about Columbia's

International Role............5

French Universities and the Pursuit of Freedom

Pierre Donzclot.............9

The Universitv of Paris and the Stationarii in tiic Thirteenth

and Fourteenth Centuries

Pearl Kibre..............13

The Art of the French Bookbinder

Elsie Griesbach.............19

The Notebooks of Champfleury

Jean P. Hytier.............29

The Engel Gifts

Richard H. Logsdon............34

Our Growing Coliections

Roland Baughman............35

Activities of the Friends............42
 

CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE

Mad-'\me Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit was President of the eighth session of
the General Assembly of the United Nations.

Pierre Donzeloi" is Permanent Representative of French Uni\er.sities in
the United States.

Pearl Kihre is an associate professor of histor\- at Hunter College.
Elsie Griesbach is a member of the Friends who studied the craft of book¬
binding at Columbia's School of General Studies.

Jean P. Hytier is a professor of French at Columbia Universitv. Richard
T. Arndt is an instructor in French at Columbia.

Roland Baughman is Head of the Special Collections Department in the
Columbia Universit)- Libraries.
Richard H. Logsdon is tlie Director of Libraries at Columbia Universitv.
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