Posts tagged ownership
Address digitized by Google Books; same address via present-day Google Maps street view.
From the front matter of Practical Pathology: A Manual of Autopsy and Laboratory Technique for Students and Physicians by Aldred Scott Warthin (1921). Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized July 17, 2008. (Street view)
Smudged signature with flourishes.
From the front matter of The Penitent Murderer: Being an Exact Narrative of the Life of Nathan Butler by Randolph Yearwood (1659). Original from the Bavarian State Library. Digitized January 23, 2009.
Inscription and stamped response.
From the front matter of The Happiness of Heaven by Florentin J. Boudreaux (1871). Original from Columbia University. Digitized February 18, 2009.
Title page doodles.
From A System of Human Anatomy, General and Special, by Erasmus Wilson, ed. Paul B. Goddard (1813). Original from the University of California. Digitized April 27, 2009.
I’m pretty sure Herbert Allan Gilman owned this book.
From the title page to A Country Kid: A Rural Merry Comedy in Three Acts by Nesbit Stone Scoville (1900). Original from Harvard University. Digitized January 22, 2008.
A stamped and written name—Oscar.
From the back matter of The Farmer’s Library by Leonard Elijah Lathrop (1825). Original from Harvard University. Digitized May 20, 2008.
"That book belong to me."
From the inscription in the front endpapers of The Instruction of Youth in Christian Piety, v. 1, by Charles Gobinet (1741). Original from Ghent University. Digitized May 1, 2009.
Address written into front of book digitized by Google Books; same address documented in Google Maps.
From the front matter of A Popular California Flora, or Manual of Botany for Beginners by Volney Rattan (1882). (Map)
Large signature on title page.
From Poetical Remains of French Laurence, D.C.L., M.P. and Richard Laurence, D.C.L., Archbishop of Cashel, ed. Henry Cotton (1872).
Elaborate, crossed-out signature.
From the back matter of A Circumstantial Journal of the Blockade and Siege of Gibraltar by Samuel Ancell (1793).
Margaret practices writing her name in the rear endpapers.
From the back matter of Fables, by John Gay (1728). [Here]
Child’s marks of ownership: “Joseph White, March 12 1890”
From the front matter of The Wings of Courage: Stories for American Boys and Girls, by George Sand (1878). [Here]