Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Catalogue by A.G. Dew-Smith of his library, 298 folios. Many leaves are blank, apparently to allow for the insertion of fresh entries. Fos ir - xlix contain an alphabetical index of the books catalogued. The actual descriptive catalogue begins on fo. 1. The arrangement of entries is neither chronological nor alphabetical.
Alphabetical list of incunabula and later printed books to 1653 in the University Library, Cambridge
'A supplement to the printed catalogue of the manuscripts in the publick library', possibly compiled by T. Parne.
Transcript for Henry Bradshaw of John Jackson's 'Supellex Literaria'.
Catalogue of the William Cole manuscripts in the British Museum, transcribed for George A. Matthew from Frederic Madden's list.
Catalogues of various Italian libraries and collections. Includes the Vatican Library and the Medici Library at Florence.
Booksellers correspondence, notes on early printed books, book bindings, specific works and libraries, miscellaneous correspondence, catalogues and bibliographical memoranda.
9 volumes, 1882-99, chronological catalogues of antiquities and ethnographical material: date of acquisition / article and description / price / location in various residences ('Place where it might be found', annotated to show rearrangement of collection, later 'Deposited at' / 'Transferred to'), many items illustrated with pen-and-wash drawings by G.F. Waldo Johnson and others.
These volumes contain a variety of standardised pro formas on which the reduction of stellar observations have been made. The forms seem to have been completed whilst loose and to have been bound up at a later date.
Arranged by size and content. Includes (fos 18-22v) catalogue of the Library's Arabic and Hebrew MSS, complied by Jacob Georg Adler.
Transcript made by J.J. Green of a catalogue of books bequeathed in 1627 to John Day, son of Lionel Day, by John Day the divine, 29 folios. The books were probably for the most part from the library of John Day the printer. On fos 1-3 are notes on a manuscript commonplace book of Lionel Day (Phillipps MS 2404), which was in the possession of J.J. Green in 1906. On fos 23 and 24 are further notes on Lionel Day and his family, and on fos 25-28 notes on the printer John Day and his family.
Inventory of 1452, transcribed by Henry Bradshaw, 26 folios, including: (fo. 17) H. Bradshaw, 'The University Library in 1582'; (fo. 20) Bradshaw, 'Notes on the organ screen of King's College'. On the flyleaf is a list of contents in hand of John Willis Clark. The versos are blank throughout.
A list of catalogues of libraries, 1595-1831, 12 folios.
The series comprises numbered and un-numbered field notebooks;specimen catalogues; sketchbooks, photograph albums, and maps.
This series includes handwritten and typed specimen catalogues, many of which were written after the specimens arrived in the UK. There are also cabinets of index cards. The original handwritten specimen lists (often with accompanying location and photographic catalogues) can be located within the Expedition files (ref. CSEC 2).
'Repertorium sive index librorum latine et grece bibliothece Conventus Sancti Marci de Florentia ordinis Predicatorum', transcribed for J.W. Clark from the original catalogue in the State Archives, Modena, 64 folios. Attached to a fly-leaf are letters from G. Jervis to J.W. Clark, 14 June 1898 and 13 and 27 August 1898. Inside the front cover is the following note: 'To be given to the University Library, after Dr. M.R. James has made whatever use of it he pleases J.W. Clark 29 Aug. 1898'.
A catalogue of books in the Royal Library of Cambridge University Library, mainly incunabula, in the hand of Thomas Gray. The arrangement, in two shelves, antedates that of F.S. Parris' catalogue (1752).
Catalogue of marble sculpture presented to the University of Cambridge by John Disney of The Hyde, Ingatestone, Essex.
A catalogue of the books in Totnes church library, Devon, made on slips, 298 folios. Accompanying the catalogue is a draft article describing the library for the Totnes church parish magazine, and a letter from T.H. Elliott to W.H.H. Elliott, 22 October 1903.