Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
This volume was probably made in London for a judge or lawyer
University of California, Berkeley
Portraits of Alfred the Great; Henry I; Henry II; Richard I; Edward III; Edward, Prince of Wales and Aquitaine
Newberry Library
Arthur Conan Doyle's notes on Medieval life, for White company and Sir Nigel; 5 items titled: Final gleanings of Middle Ages ; [Notebook for Sir Nigel] ; First gleaning ; [Notebook for the White company] ; Points from the White company
Columbia University
Manuscript account books and documents which illustrate and document the history of accounting and business procedures from the 14th century into the 20th century. The earliest item is Ms. 18, a Papal bull relating to notaries and appointing Julius de Gentilibus as a notary; the latest is an invoice book from 1941. The types of volumes contained in this collection include instruction books, daybooks, waste books, journals, bank books, ledgers, receipt books, storage books, invoice books, registers, ships' logs, letter books, diaries, town books, tax roll books, articles of agreement, bills of sale, deeds, wills, and many other significant items. The material originated in many countries around the globe, and represents a range of business and occupations from household to trading company (e.g., English (East India Company) and French East Indian Company (Compagnie des Indes orientales) volumes), and from itinerant laborer to lawyer and physician. The majority of the manuscripts are ... Read More
Cornell University Libraries
Portraits, prints, letters, documents, and manuscripts tipped into Volume 1 of the extra-illustrated quarto edition of Washington Irving's Life of George Washington (New York: G.P. Putnam & Co., 1855-1856) (Rare E 312 I72++ 1898)
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Head-and-shoulders portrait, in oval, facing right
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Undated charters and land grants decreed in part by "Edward ... roi d'Angleterre, seigneur d'Ylaunde et duc d'Aquitaine ..., possibly referring to King Edward II or Edward III
Folger Shakespeare Library
Autograph manuscript first printed in The gentleman's magazine CCXLV (1879), 170-81, 330-49 and reprinted, with a supplementary note in the appendix to A study of Shakespeare, 1880, pp. 231-75
Folger Shakespeare Library
Taken from Stow - [The annals of England, 1601, STC 23336] - and especially Holinshed - [The chronicles of England, 1587, STC 13569], with an introduction by Le. The manuscript is in two parts, p. [1-12] and p. 1-23, which supplement and overlap one another

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