We recently purchased an artist's book entitled A Line by Suyeon Kim. A Line tells the story of a blind fisherman and his dog through linocut and woodcut illustrations, using very few words. The images form a continuous strip of narrative, over sixteen feet long, which is accordion folded into the binding. Special Collections has copy number 83, signed by the artist.
Leigh Hunt was a poet, journalist, and essayist who was influential among the Romantic poets, including Byron, Keats, and Shelley. Special Collections has a small collection of Leigh Hunt's correspondence dating 1823-1959, with the bulk of the material falling between 1831 and 1861. The collection contains letters to and from various correspondents, including Leigh Hunt's oldest son, Thornton. A large portion of the correspondence consists of transcribed letters, for which the originals are lacking.
These materials are in the process of being digitized. We're sharing a few scans below; look for the rest in the MU Digital Library soon.