Published on 2 Mar 2015
UC San Diego’s Special Collections holds over 8500 works done by Dr. Seuss. Lynda Claassen walks us through some of the interesting unpublished works of this collection.
FEATURING: Lynda Claassen, Director of The Mandeville Special Collections, University of California, San Diego
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UC San Diego’s Special Collections (ucsdspecialcollections) has over 8,500 works by Dr. Seuss. We got a behind-the-scenes peak at some of his unpublished work from the collection which included his “Noble Failures,” a deck of playing cards and sketches for future books.