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The Library Of Leander Van Ess And The Earliest American Collections Of Reformation Pamphlets (BSA Occasional Publications)

Milton McC Gatch

The Library Of Leander Van Ess And The Earliest American Collections Of Reformation Pamphlets (BSA Occasional Publications)

by Milton McC Gatch

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Published by Oak Knoll Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bibliographies & Indexes,
  • Books,
  • Christian Church - History,
  • Library & Information Science,
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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11411969M
    ISBN 100914930184
    ISBN 109780914930181

    M.M. Gatch, The Library of Leander van Ess and the earliest American Collectors of Reformation Pamphlets. Review. Library History, 24 (), Jan 'What, How and Why: Accessing Incunabula at Senate House Library, University of London' Journal . The van Ess purchase contained scores of manuscripts and thousands of early printed books and pamphlets, including several hundred incunabula. Until the 20 th century, it was among the largest and richest collections of its kind in North America.

    And it introduces to a wider audience the riches of two distinguished collections of early English printed materials."--Milton Gatch, author ofThe Library of Leander van Ess and the Earliest American Collections of Reformation Pamphlets, "Stimulating from start to finish, enjoyable for the diversity of materials and the strong unity of the presentation, this volume reminds one of precisely why we are attracted to these Seller Rating: % positive. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Milton Gatch books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.

      There are several obvious candidates for "patron saint" of the Burke Library, and one of them would certainly be Leander van Ess (). Van Ess, erstwhile Benedictine and translator of an immensely popular German New Testament, amassed what would become the Library's first. The library of Leander van Ess and the earliest American collections of reformation pamphlets [Rezension] / rev. by John L. Flood Ihr Browser zeigt an, ob .


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The Library Of Leander Van Ess And The Earliest American Collections Of Reformation Pamphlets (BSA Occasional Publications) by Milton McC Gatch Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Library of Leander van Ess & the Earliest American Collections of Reformation Pamphlets. By MiltonMcC. Gatch. New York: Bibliographical Society of America, x, $ (paper).

ISBN Leander van Ess's Reformation pamphlets: a reconstruction of the Van Ess catalogus D --Apparatus: concordances and indexes to the catalogues of Leander van Ess.

Series Title: BSA occasional publications, no. Responsibility: Milton McC. Gatch. More information: Table of contents; Table of contents only; The Class of Book Fund Home Page. Reformation pamphlets (or "Flugschriften") were among the first rare book acquisitions of American libraries.

Gatch traces the remarkable history of the Leander van Ess collection purchased by the Union Theological Seminary inthe first and largest collection of.

The identifying marks of van Ess's pamphlets are discussed at length in The Library of Leander van Ess and the Earliest American Collections of Reformation Pamphlets at pages (including illustrations), but a short description of the marks and some illustrations is given here in the hope that it may lead to further identifications of pamphlets from van Ess's collection.

The Library ofLeander van Ess and the Earliest American Collections of Reformation Pamphlets. (BSA Occasional Publications, no.

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Radio Frequency Identification Handbook for Librarians Grant McDougall. Biography: A Brief History Stuart Hannabuss. ISSN: Renamed to. [Read book] American Revolutionary War Sites Memorials Museums and Library Collections: A State-By-State. The Trendelenburg Collection, acquired around the s, contains some one hundred Reformation tracts, featuring sermons and controversial pamphletsOf special note is the Scheide Library,14which has resided on the grounds at Princeton for many decades but was bequeathed after the recent passing of William H.

Scheide in Reformation pamphlets (or "Flugschriften") were among the first rare book acquisitions of American libraries. Gatch traces the remarkable history of the Leander van Ess collection purchased by the Union Theological Seminary inthe first and largest collection of these religious tracts to arrive in America.

And it introduces to a wider audience the riches of two distinguished collections of early English printed materials."--Milton Gatch, author of The Library of Leander van Ess and the Earliest American Collections of Reformation Pamphlets.

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