Employee’s hand. Submitted by Dan Bloomberg. No source provided.
Uncropped pages with employee’s fingers partially corrected and neon colors.
Throughout Considerations on the Present State of Affairs in Great-Britain by Daniel Defoe (1718). Original from Oxford University. Digitized April 27, 2009.
Reanimated flipping gesture.
From A New Collection of Voyages and Adventures (1711). Original from Oxford University. Digitized June 30, 2006.
From the title page (verso) of An Essay Upon Projects by Daniel Defoe (1697). Original from Cornell University. Digitized March 20, 2012.
Bookseller’s notes: “Extremely rare: & being supposed by many Collectors that no other unbroken set is now obtainable, or probably existing.”
From the front matter of Curious and Diverting Journies, Thro’ the Whole Island of Great-Britain by Daniel Defoe (1734). Original from Oxford University. Digitized April 25, 2007.
Marginalia: “After all the racist crap above?” and “Irony.”
Throughout The True-born Englishman: A Satyr by Daniel Defoe (1700). Original from Cornell University. Digitized March 20, 2012.
Employee’s (hairy) hand. Submitted by Dan Cornell.
Throughout Ter Gedachtenis, aan de Viering van het 50 Jarig Bestaan van Neêrlands Herstelling Onder het Huis van Oranje (1863). Does not include metadata indicating library of origination or date of digitization.
Marginalia: “The rays of light are separated by…”
From the title page of A Dictionary of the English Language, v. 1, by Noah Webster (1831). Original from the New York Public Library. Digitized August 19, 2009.
Marbled paper photographed in black and white.
The endpapers to The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith (1712). Original from Oxford University. Digitized June 12, 2008.
Plates photographed through tissue.
Throughout The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe: Prose Tales by Edgar Allan Poe (1902). Original from the New York Public Library. Digitized April 14, 2008.
Pictorial endpapers in greyscale, high contrast, and color with clips and Harvard Library bookplate.
Detail of creepers:
From Polly the Pagan: Her Lost Love Letters by Isabel Anderson (1922). Original from Harvard University. Digitized February 5, 2009.
Throughout The Poetical Works of Edgar Allan Poe: With Original Memoir by Edgar Allan Poe (1858). Original from the New York Public Library. Digitized October 20, 2006.
Marginalia: “The anatomy of the universe is in his eyes.”
From p. 229 of Tales by Edgar Allan Poe by Edgar Allan Poe, ed. John H. Ingram (1884). Original from Princeton University. Digitized December 1, 2008.