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Monarchs' Volumes Shown at Houghton

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One of the world's largest collections of books from the libraries of English monarchs is currently on display at Houghton Library.

The occasion for the exhibit is the library's acquisition of a French book dealing with the divine rights of kings, which was bound for James I. The volume, donated by George L. Lincoln '96, a retired professor of Romance Languages, is the most recent addition to the University's 55-book collection of royal volumes, one of the largest outside the British Isles.

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