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Horae Beatae Virginis Mariae ad usum Romanum.  Hours [from old catalog]  [Paris, Denis Mellier? ca. 1490]  [80] leaves. cuts: illus., borders. 27 cm. (4to)

Horae Beatae Virginis Mariae ad usum Romanum. Hours [from old catalog...

Begins (without title) with the cut Astrological man, on the reverse of which is the almanac for 20 years (1488-1508). Type 94G (same font as in BM 15th cent., VIII, p. 152). Goff H-369 Rosenwald 408 LC copy ru... more

[Untitled, unsigned cuts adorn individual numbers of this magazine. These show an Indian, with an Englishman on one side offering a Bible and some cloth, and a Frenchman on the other side offering gunpowder and a tomahawk. Under are the words "Praevalebit Aequior"]

[Untitled, unsigned cuts adorn individual numbers of this magazine. Th...

Illus. in: American Magazine and Monthly Chronicle for the British Colonies, Philadelphia, 1757 Nov., v. 1, cover. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings:

Printers' picture gallery. The following device is made up entirely of cuts from the specimen-book of a single- type-foundry in this city. Most of the pictures are current at the South, and are even put by masters into the hands of the slaves ..

Printers' picture gallery. The following device is made up entirely of...

Anti-slavery.; Title. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 133, Folder 29.

Supplemental account of some of the bloody deeds of General Jackson, being a supplement to the "Coffin handbill." [Cuts of 6 coffins] ... John Taliaferro. Member of Congress from Northern Neck, Va. [1828].

Supplemental account of some of the bloody deeds of General Jackson, b...

Imprint 1.; Jackson, Andrew.; Coffin hand bill, supplement to.; Political campaign. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Print... more

Ames' lotion, for the almost immediate cure of burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, chilblains, frost-bitten limbs, tooth-ache, ague in the face, sore lips and hands, and many other diseases. Sold wholesale and retail by Simeon S. Ames ... A. Mudge & s

Ames' lotion, for the almost immediate cure of burns, scalds, cuts, br...

Handwritten on verso: Jan. 1858. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 63, Folder 3.

Nova Scotia - loss of the steamship "Atlantic" - scenes and incidents during and after the wreck [4-1-1873] [3 cuts - "the fisherman Clancy and his daughter administering to ... shipwrecked people; fishermen's boats going to the wreck; ... survivors at Halifax"]

Nova Scotia - loss of the steamship "Atlantic" - scenes and incidents ...

Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, vol. 36, no. 916 (1873 Apr. 19), p. 93.

A new scythe cuts clean / J.S. Pughe.

A new scythe cuts clean / J.S. Pughe.

Illustration shows Mayor Seth Low and Father Knickerbocker standing in the tall grass in front of New York City Hall; Mayor Low is rolling up his sleeves and holding a scythe labeled "New Administration" with w... more

[Four adults and six children, from Passaic, N.J., picket the White House following President Coolidge's refusal to listen to their complaints about wage cuts in the textile industry]

[Four adults and six children, from Passaic, N.J., picket the White Ho...

National Photo Company Collection. Item in album: v. 2, p. 19.

Hunter cuts capers for photographers

Hunter cuts capers for photographers

Photograph shows Kenneth Hunter lying down out on the cat-walk; his brother John can be seen flying the plane. Photo by Underwood. Title from item.

Young daughter of Frank H. Shurtleff going towards the sugar house where sap from sugar maple trees is boiled down into maple syrup. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres, and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-five years. Sugaring brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snows this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

Young daughter of Frank H. Shurtleff going towards the sugar house whe...

Photo shows Natalie Agnes Shurtleff (Wood) going towards the sugar house, as identified by niece, Brenda Shurtleff, 2006.

Hired man and neighbor of Framk H. Shurtleff resting and chatting while gathering sap from sugar trees for making maple syrup. Sugaring is a social event and is enjoyed by all the young people and children in the neighborhood. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber, and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-fiv years. Sugaring brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. Bridgewater, Vermont

Hired man and neighbor of Framk H. Shurtleff resting and chatting whil...

Photo shows Julia Flether, center, and Frederick Hurd, right, as identified by Irving Thomas Shurtleff, 2006.

Young son of Frank H. Shurtleff driving sled with vat of sap from sugar maple trees which is boiled down into maple syrup. Te Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres, and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-five years. Sugaring brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

Young son of Frank H. Shurtleff driving sled with vat of sap from suga...

Photo shows Irving Thomas Shurtleff driving a sled, as identified by daughter Brenda Shurtleff, 2006.

Hired man and son of Frank H. Shurtleff returning to sugar house with vat of maple sap to be boiled down into maple syrup. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres and was originally purchased by the grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-five years. Sugaring brings about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

Hired man and son of Frank H. Shurtleff returning to sugar house with ...

Print shows Frank Shurtleff's son, Irving Thomas Shurtleff working with the hired man. Identification by a family member Mar. 28, 2006.

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