The price list, mailed upon application. Someone had their eye on a 1794 Laurentius Storioni.
From the front matter of Masterpieces of the Great Violin Makers by the Rudolph Wurlitzer Company (1917). Does not include metadata indicating library of origination or date of digitization (but does include Stanford library artifacts).
A bookplate: “You are requested not to turn down the leaves.” Employee turns pages (gently?).
From the back matter of In Bad Company: And Other Stories by Rolf Boldrewood (1901). Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized May 9, 2005.
Handwritten letter pasted (according to direction) into the front endpapers.
Librarian May 18/21
University of California.
It is with pleasure that I am mailing you a complimentary copy of by book Youth If you wil [sic] paste this to the fly leaves it wil [sic] make it an “autograph copy”.
Geo. Starr White, M.D.
From the front matter of Youth Obtaind & Retaind, by George Starr White (1921). [Here]
"Do not remove or mutilate card": card removed and, potentially, mutilated.
From the back matter of About Paris, by Richard Harding Davis (1895). [Here]
Harvard College Library donation bookplate left without a name.
From front matter of Our Roll of Honor, or, Poems of the Revolution by Julia Clinton Jones (1894). [Here]
"Do not remove slip from pocket" warning unheeded; slip removed from pocket.
From back matter of A Roll of the Household Expenses of Richard de Swinfield, Bishop of Hereford by Richard de Swinfield and John Webb (1854). [Here]
Glue makes library card folder transparent; visible because stamped directions were not followed (card removed… possibly mutilated)
From back matter of Measuring the Forest Crop by Afroim K. Mlodziansky (1898). [Here]