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The University of San Francisco has a marvelous archive at their Gleeson Library, where holdings include hundreds of rare documents from the past five centuries penned by a diverse set of literati such as E.M Forster, Sherwood Anderson, and others. All told, the collection contains eighty items, and visitors can browse all of the items by keyword or via a more detailed search. Perhaps the most unique item here is an autography by Saint Ignatius of Loyola. This is a collection that will delight literary scholars, dedicated readers, and others with a penchant for such matters.
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