6 edition of Incunabula in American libraries found in the catalog.
Incunabula in American libraries
Frederick Richmond Goff
|Other titles||Goff"s supplement to incunabula in American libraries.|
|Statement||compiled and edited by Frederick Richmond Goff.|
|Genre||Bibliography, Union lists.|
|Contributions||Goff, Frederick Richmond, 1916-|
|LC Classifications||Z240 .G58 1973 Suppl.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 104 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||72076024|
Incunabula is the plural of the Latin word incunabulum, a ng from its original meaning, incunabulum came to mean "place of birth" or "beginning." In the world of books, the word incunabula refers to books that were printed using metal type up to the year The year is more a cutoff date of convenience, marking the transition from one century to the next, rather than. (previously called the Hand Press Book Database) contains high-level bibliographical records for items of European printing of the hand-press period (c. –c. ) held at major European and North American research libraries. The database has multiple search indexes suitable for .
List of Incunabula (alphabetical from no. ) ABBREVIATIONS USED: Goff Heb = F.R. Goff (ed.), Incunabula in American Libraries (), –25; Thes = Freimann-Marx, Thesaurus Typographiae Hebraicae (–69 2); signatures in parentheses refer to vol. 2 in preparation; S-TC = Short-title catalog in Supplement, ibid. 1. Reference works Goff: Goff, Frederick R. Incunabula in American libraries: a third census. Millwood (N.Y.), (Reproduced from the annotated copy of the original edition (New York, ) maintained by Goff). (Supplement. New York, ) C
Reference works Goff: Goff, Frederick R. Incunabula in American libraries: a third census. Millwood (N.Y.), (Reproduced from the annotated copy of the original edition (New York, ) maintained by Goff). (Supplement. Frederick R. Goff's Incunabula in American Libraries () was the first pre-existing catalog to be keyed into ISTC's database. Besides providing the catalog's fi entries, Goff's system for classifying information about incunables formed the basis for the structure of ISTC's records.
Young christians guide
Revolution in banking.
influence of the patristic auctoritates of Saint Thomas Aquinas on the doctrine of penance
The management of cardiac disease in dogs
Sixty-five years in the life of a teacher, 1841-1906.
survey of recent Canadian macro-econometric models and usefulness of Canadian data for macro- and micro- econometric model building compared with U.S. and Japanese data
Proceedings of an International Workshop on Phosphate Rock-Derivatives and Their Use: Siavonga, Zambia, August 29-September 2, 1993
La cucina Anna Maria
SAS high-performance forecasting 2.3
message and other poems
Memorandum on the function, scope and training of nurses in England and Wales for the mentally subnormal
study of approaches to first grade English reading instruction for children from Spanish-speaking homes.
Johann Adam and Anna Maria (Mertz) Zehner family of Berks and Schuylkill counties, Pennsylvania
Incunabula in American libraries; a second census of fifteenth-century books owned in the United States, Mexico, and Canada, by: Stillwell, Margaret Bingham, Published: () Incunabula Eichstätter Bibliotheken. by: Hubay, Ilona Published: ().
The University owns about incunabula (books printed ); in addition, there are Incunabula in American libraries book in the Scheide Library (privately held but accessible to University and other scholars.) According to Goff, Princeton ranks twenty-fifth among the twenty-five largest collections of incunabula in American libraries.
Goff followed with Incunabula in American Libraries: A Supplement to the Third Census of Fifteenth-Century Books Recorded in North American Collections (), providing research on roughly additional titles.
Goff’s census has remained a standard by which incunabula in. Incunabula Foxe's Book of Martyrs Engraved Burning of the Martyrs $ + $ Shipping. c Incunabula Catalogue # Internationaal Antiquariaat. $ Details about Incunabula Incunables 15th C.
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edited by Margaret Bingham Stillwell. Format Book; Online; EBook Published New York, The Bibliographical society of America, Language English Series Bibliographical Society of America. Monograph Series. Incunabula in American libraries a supplement to the third census of fifteenth-century books recorded in North American collections () by Frederick Richmond Goff.
Published by Bibliographical Society of America in New York. Written in EnglishAuthor: Frederick Richmond Goff. rows An incunable, or sometimes incunabulum (plural incunables or incunabula, respectively), is. Incunabula in American libraries.
A third census of fifteenth-century books recorded in North American collections. [GOFF, FREDERICK R., comp. & ed.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Incunabula in American libraries. A third census of fifteenth Author: comp. & ed. GOFF, FREDERICK R. We are offering FIFTEENTH-CENTURY BOOKS IN NORTH AMERICAN LIBRARIES By Margaret Bingham Stillwell; The Southworth-Anthoensen Press.
Portland, ME. () This book is soft-bound in orange wrappers with black printing. There is a bit of light Seller Rating: % positive. These are collective catalogs that list the incunabula held by all libraries in a country or a region of a country, or by all university libraries in that region, and so on.
Here are just a few. Incunabula in American Libraries: A Third Census of Fifteenth-Century Books Recorded in North American CollectionsAuthor: Katrina Powers.
Goff was a prolific author of scholarly works on incunabula, book history, and bibliography. His magnum opus is Incunabula in American Libraries: A Third Census of Fifteenth-century Books Recorded in North American Collections (New York: Bibliographical Society of America, ) which later formed the basis for the Incunabula Short Title : ApNewport, Rhode Island.
Incunabula in American libraries. New York: Bibliographical Society of America, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Bingham Stillwell; Bibliographical Society of America.; Lessing J.
Rosenwald Reference Collection (Library of Congress). The American Libraries collection includes material contributed from across the United States. Institutions range from the Library of Congress to many local public libraries.
As a whole, this collection of material brings holdings that cover many facets of American life and scholarship into the. Supplimented by: "Incunabula in American libraries; a third census of fifteenth-century books recorded in North American collections" (xii, p. 26 cm.) published: New York, Bibliographical Society of America, Call number: ZG58 Suppl.
Description: lxiii, pages 26 cm: Responsibility: compiled and edited by Frederick R. Goff. : Incunabula in American Libraries: A Supplement to the Third Census of Fifteenth-Century Books Recorded in North American Collections (): Goff, Frederick R.: BooksAuthor: Frederick Richmond Goff.
Goff, F.R. Incunabula in American libraries, W-8 Hain, L. Repertorium bibliographicum, * Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke, M Catalogue of books printed in the XVth century now in the British Museum, volume 2, page (IA.
) Incunabula Short Title Catalogue, iw Library of. Specimen leaves of incunabula were formerly classed in ZziZzi, Zi.+06 and Zzi Henceforth when cataloging single leaves or books with single leaves of incunabula, assign the local subject, with subdivision Single leaves, as instructed above.
Hitherto Undescribed Incunabula. The incunabula are listed in chronological order; each record includes Goff number, the number assigned in Fredrick Goff’s bibliography, Incunabula in American Libraries.
Links to the British Library’s Incunabula Short-Title Catalogue (ISTC) for each volume have also been included. Stillwell’s Incunabula in American Libraries: A Second Census of Fifteenth-Century Books Owned in the United States, Mexico, and Canada (NY: The Bibliographical Society of America, ) detailed “35, copies of 11, titles owned by public and private collections.Hebrew Incunabula at the Library of Congress: A Short-Title List.
Illustration from Moses ben Nahman, the Rare Book and Special Collections Division at the Library of Congress, and the Incunabula in American Libraries: A Third Census of Fifteenth-Century Books Recorded in .Incunabula (books printed before ) from the various book collections have been shelved together by Goff number, the number assigned in Fredrick Goff’s bibliography, Incunabula in American Libraries.
There is a separate card catalog by author in RBML.