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Detail from a page in the Farnsworth Hours; illumination attributed to Flemish artist Willem Vrelant, ca. 1465, Booth Family Center for Special Collections

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The Maguire Celtic Book Collection

Howard W. Gunlocke Rare Book and Special Collections Room
March 1, 1981
March 31, 1981

A selection of books from the Maguire Celtic Book Collection, donated to the library by Mrs. Rose Maguire Saul Zalles. It was formed from her own books and a collection she acquired from a renowned Celtic scholar. It has extensive materials on seven Celtic-speaking peoples: Irish, Scots-Gaelic, Manx, Welsh, Gaulish, Breton and Cornish. The scope of this collection includes many aspects of Celtic civilization: art, history, language, literature and folklore.