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The James Ford Bell Library: A List of Additions, 1965-1969

John Parker
Carol Urness
Copyright Date: 1970
Edition: NED - New edition
Pages: 112
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    The James Ford Bell Library
    Book Description:

    The James Ford Bell Library: A List of Additions, 1965-1969 was first published in 1970. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions. This is a listing of the 891 books, manuscripts and other materials which were added to the James Ford Bell Library of the University of Minnesota from 1965 through 1969. The Bell Library is an endowed collection of rare items related to the history of European trade and expansion. Three earlier volumes similar to this one record the acquisitions from 1951 through 1964. The Lists of Additions are useful to librarians, research scholars, booksellers, and book and manuscript collectors.

    eISBN: 978-1-4529-3816-5
    Subjects: Language & Literature

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  1. Front Matter
    (pp. [i]-[iv])
    (pp. [v]-2)
    John Parker and Carol Urness
    (pp. 3-94)

    Dionysius Periegetes. De situ orbis. Venice, Bernardum Pictorem, Erhardum Ratdolt, Petro Loslein, 1477.

    The first edition of this first-century world geography originally written in Greek verse.

    Pflaum, Jacob. [Calendarium, 1477–1552.] Ulm, Johannem Zainer, 1478.

    This calendar includes tables for phases of the moon, solar eclipses, and movements of the planets, and text explaining astronomical phenomena.

    Reggio de Calabria. Laws, statutes, etc. [Statuta. Ferrara, Belfortis Andreas Gallis, ca. 1478.]

    A collection of statutes which gives heavy emphasis to commercial regulations.

    Milan. Laws, statutes, etc. [Statutorum inclite civitatis Mediolani.] Milan [Joannes Antonius de Honate] 1482.

    The statutes of Milan, containing laws...

  4. Index
    (pp. 95-103)