cover of Garry Kelley book
skull-illustration
sleepy hallow and book combined logo brown

< Untitled, Cover, Pastel, 1990
   Purchase sponsored by LeRoy and Nancy Redfern 1991.05.01

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Gary Kelley
Untitled, Frontispiece
Pastel, 1990

Gift from the artist
1991.05.02

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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Page 9
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by Joanne Latta
1991.05.03

“A drowsy, dreamy influence seems to hang over the land, and to pervade the very atmosphere.”

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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Page 12
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by Norm Swanson
1991.05.04

“The cognomen of Crane was not inapplicable to his person.”

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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Pages 16 and 17
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by National Bank of Waterloo
1991.05.05

“His appetite for the marvelous, and his powers of digesting it, were equally extraordinary; and both had been increased by his residence in this spellbound region.”

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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Page 20
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by Loren E. Thomas
1991.05.06

“She was a blooming lass of fresh eighteen;…”

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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Page 23
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by Joan Poe
1991.05.07

“The pedagogue’s mouth watered, as he looked upon his sumptuous promise of luxurious winter fare.”

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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Page 27
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by Junean and
Richard, Jason and Jeremy Witham
1991.05.08

“From his Herculean frame and great powers of limb, he had received the nickname BROM Bones, by which he was universally known.”

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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Page 30
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by Saul and Joan Diamond
1991.05.09

“I profess not to know how women’s hearts are wooed and won. To me they have always been matters of riddle and admiration.”

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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Pages 36 and 37
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by Dorothy Voorhees
1991.05.10

“It was, as I have said, a fine autumnal day, the sky was clear and nature wore that rich and golden livery which we always associate with the idea of abundance.”

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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Page 41
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by University Book & Supply
1991.05.11

“And now the sound of the music from the common room, or hall, summoned the dance.”

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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Page 46 and 47
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by
Firstar Bank—Cedar Falls
1991.05.12

“The sequestered situation of this church seems always to have made it a favorite haunt of troubled spirits.”

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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Page 50
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by Charles and Doris Fry
1991.05.13

“All the stories of ghosts and goblins that he had heard in the afternoon, now came crowding upon his recollection.”


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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Pages 54 and 55
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by
Norwest Bank—Cedar Falls and
Norwest Bank—Waterloo
1991.05.14

“It is said by some to be the ghost of a Hessian trooper, whose head had been carried away by a cannon ball,…”

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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Page 59
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by Standard Golf
1991.05.15

“The brook was searched, but the body of the schoolmaster was not to be discovered.”

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Gary Kelley
Illustration, Page 60
Pastel, 1990

Purchase sponsored by
Mary Margaret Schmitt Memorial Fund
1991.05.16

“The old country wives, however,who are the best judges of these matters, maintain to this day that Ichabod was spirited away by supernatural means; and it is a favorite story often told about
the neighborhood round the winter evening fire.”