Sansō Collection -- Exhibitions. : Song of the brush : Japanese paintings from the Sansō Collection / edited by John M. Rosenfield ; preface by Henry Trubner ; essay by Peter F. Drucker ; contributions by William J. Rathbun, Fumiko E. Cranston ; assisted by Catherine A. Kaputa, Rita Lee ; translation by Fumiko E. Cranston.
Sansom, Joseph, 1765 or 1766-1826 -- Europe. : Travels from Paris through Switzerland and Italy, in the years 1801 and 1802. : With sketches of the manners and characters of the respective inhabitants. / by a native of Pennsylvania.
Sansom, Martha Fowke, 1689-1736. -- Correspondence -- Early works to 1800. : The platonic lovers : consisting of original letters, in prose and verse, that pass'd between an English lady, and an English gentleman in France, under the borrow'd Names of Cllo and Strephon; who took an Affection to each other, by reading accidentally one another's occasional Compositions. With A Critical Essay; containing some Remarks upon the Nature of Epistolary and Elegiac Poetry; and on the most beautiful Passages in these Epistles. By the Ingenious Mr. John Porter.
Sansom, Oliver, 1636-1710. : An account of many remarkable passages of the life of Oliver Sansom : shewing, his convincement of the truth, and the exercises, tryals and sufferings which came upon him for his obedience thereunto: Also Relating some of his Travels and Labour in the Work of the Ministry, for turning People from Darkness, to Light, &c. .
Sansom, Oliver, 1636-1710. -- Early works to 1800. : The tree known by its fruits. Or A relation of the sufferings of Oliver Sansom of Boxford, in the county of Barkes, eagerly inflicted upon him through the means of, and by James Anderton priest of Boxford: Whereby it may appear to all people in the parish of Boxford, and elsewhere, where this shall come, who may with moderation peruse it; whether James Anderton do indeed walk in the way of the ministers of Christ, or in the very exact footsteps of the false prophets and deceivers, for hereby is he manifest, if it be lawfull to try him, and judge according to the rule of our saviour Jesus Christ, who hath said unto us, By their fruits ye shall know them, Mat. 7. 15, 16, &c.