Roy Leifflen Plate
- Roy Leifflen Plate
- Context from a physical exhibition at the archive's reading room
Owner: Roy Leifflen was a lawyer and the brother-in-law of Baritone Leonard Warren. He donated Leonard Warren’s papers to the New York Public Library in 1984, before his death in 1986.
Plate: Ex Libris Roy Leifflen: Gold ink on black paper. Image portrays a magician as the central figure, with stylized male and female figures, arms raised, on either side.
Note: On the end page facing the plate, there is a French stanza from Paul Verlaine’s “Chanson d’automne.” This is not Verlaine’s handwriting, but is simply an inscription. Translation:
And I drift away
On a rank wind
Which carries me
Just like a
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- Gold ink on black paper of a turbined man in the center with male and female figures, arms raised on either side
- Roy Leifflen
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