Posts tagged employee
Black nail polish.
From A Sketch of the Calamities and Persecutions of Richard Wilson (1813). Original from the Bavarian State Library. Digitized May 28, 2010.
From p. 338 of Bacchylides: The Poems and Fragments, ed. by Richard C. Jebb (1905). Does not include metadata indicating library of origination or date of digitization (but does include Stanford library artifacts).
Employee captured tearing page.
From the front matter of The Apples of New York, v. 1, by Spencer Ambrose Beach, Nathaniel Ogden Booth, and Orrin Morehouse Taylor (1905). Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized March 2, 2010.
Employee’s hand with cots, long sleeve, and Virgin Mary bracelet.
From the front matter of Cartel Unter Hohen Herren Fürsten und Ständen Des Löblichen Fränckischen Crayses Wegen Ausliefferung Derer Deserteurs (1742). Original from the Bavarian State Library. Digitized April 1, 2011.
From the back matter of The Fair Circassian by Samuel Croxall (1721). Original from the British Library. Digitized June 25, 2013.
Employee’s fingers corrected with mirrored texts.
From An Essay Towards a Real Character and a Philosophical Language by John Wilkins (1668). Original from Lyon Public Library. Digitized September 18, 2012.
Employee’s distorted fingers over fore-edge with tabs.
Throughout Spiritus Creator Incubus by Michael Beck and Johann Conrad Heinrich (1687). Original from the Bavarian State Library. Digitized May 17, 2011.
From the front matter of Tattooing in the Marquesas by Willowdean Chatterson Handy (1922). Original from Harvard University. Digitized December 12, 2007.
Employee’s fingers. Submitted by Ed.
From the front matter of Paradise Lost, A Poem, in Twelve Books by John Milton (1730). Original from the Lyon Public Library. Digitized October 27, 2011.
Employee turns page. Submitted by an anonymous finder.
From the title page of Saggio Storico per Servire di Studio alle Rivoluzioni Politiche, v. 3, by Giuseppe Maria Arrighi (1813). Original from la Biblioteca Pubblica Bavarese Digitalizzato. Digitized December 1, 2008.
"My montage of Google fingers I found while researching for my book Trees in Paradise: A California History.”
Submitted by Jared Farmer.
A book without a book.
The Universal Applause of Mount Parnassus: A Serenata Da Camera by Johann Sigismund Kusser (1711). Original from Oxford University. Digitized April 27, 2009.