Versalian Alphabet Dictionary

Accession Number: SC U:123
Location: RB-M
Dates: 1947-1950
Size: 1 legal Hollinger; 0.33 cubic feet
Creator/Collector: Peter M. Kosta
Acquisition info: Presented to SLPL by Peter M. Kosta
Accruals: No accruals expected
Custodial history: Peter M. Kosta compiled the collection before donating it to SLPL
Language: English; Versalian
Processed by: Melissa Miller, February 2018
Conservation notes:

Booklets placed in acid-free folders; dictionary kept in original

binding

Scope and Content:

The collection contains a handwritten dictionary and published

booklets regarding the Versalian alphabet, a language created by

Peter M. Kosta of St. Louis. Mr. Kosta created the language while

frequent patient of Bethesda General Hospital in St. Louis.

Arrangement:

Collection organized alphabetically by title with dictionary located

in back of collection

Restrictions: No restrictions
Remarks:

Several copies of the booklets available for circulation in SLPL

stacks

Versalian Alphabet Dictionary
1947-1952
1 legal Hollinger; 0.33 cubic feet

Box/Folder Description
1/1 Finding Aid
1/2 “The Versalian Alphabet”; 1947 (3)
1/3 “The Versalian and English Arithmolog”; 1947 (3)
1/- “The English Versalian Dictionary”; 1950-1952
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