June 11, 2012
Errata held in by employee (“Page 30, line 15, omit God”). 
From the back matter of Companion to the Font and the Pulpit, is. 9, by William Meade (1846). Original from Harvard University. Digitized January 10, 2008.

Errata held in by employee (“Page 30, line 15, omit God”). 

From the back matter of Companion to the Font and the Pulpit, is. 9, by William Meade (1846). Original from Harvard University. Digitized January 10, 2008.

March 28, 2012
Who is to blame (for this distortion)?
From p. 49 of The Beautiful Book for Little Children (1875). Original from the University of California. Digitized July 13, 2007.

Who is to blame (for this distortion)?

From p. 49 of The Beautiful Book for Little Children (1875). Original from the University of California. Digitized July 13, 2007.

March 20, 2012

Small book in large pamphlet binding left uncropped. Ironically enough, the text includes content on how to precisely measure a book. Submitted by Daniel Reetz

Throughout Directions for Preparing the Bibliographic Record in Psyche, Organ of the Cambridge Entomological Club (1879). Original from Harvard University. Digitized February 20, 2008.

December 3, 2011
Split across the spread, the image joined imperfectly in the center; a mouthless Lincoln.
From p. 162 (?) of American Primary Teacher, v. 15-16 (1897). [Here]
Note: My orientation. —kcw

Split across the spread, the image joined imperfectly in the center; a mouthless Lincoln.

From p. 162 (?) of American Primary Teacher, v. 15-16 (1897). [Here]

Note: My orientation. —kcw

July 25, 2011
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]

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]

April 10, 2011

Empty card folder reads “DO NOT REMOVE OR MUTILATE CARD”
From back endpapers of The Dog and the Sportsmanby John Skinner (1845). [Here]

Empty card folder reads “DO NOT REMOVE OR MUTILATE CARD”

From back endpapers of The Dog and the Sportsmanby John Skinner (1845). [Here]