High-contrast scan lines (?).
From the endpapers (?) of The Further Side of Silence by Sir Hugh Charles Clifford (1922). Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized March 6, 2008.
Employee holds in paper ephemera.
From the front matter of Newspaper Accounts by Benjamin T. Norton (1895). Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized October 26, 2007.
Layered, high contrast library artifacts (University of California).
From the back matter of Scientific Baseball by John Joseph McGraw (1913). Original from the University of California. Digitized November 29, 2007.
Drippy, spooky scan lines (?).
From the front and back matter of English Folk-Rhymes, coll. G. F. Northall (1892).
Spooky, drippy-looking scan lines.
From the back matter of Lucretia Borgia by Victor Hugo and Adelaide Ristori (1875). [Here]
Marbled endpapers digitized in high-contrast black and white; some with scan lines.
From various pages of American Fish and How to Catch Them: a Hand-book for Fishing, by M. C. Weidmeyer (1885). [Here]
Spooky scan lines (?) and barcode.
From the front matter of The Edinburgh Encyclopædia Conducted by David Brewster, with the Assistance of Gentlemen Eminent in Science and Literature, v. 8 (1832). [Here]
The hand of an employee, with three single-finger gloves, scan lines, and in high-contrast black and white.
From Pantologia: A New Cabinet Cyclopaedia (1819). [Here]