Catalog Record: Catalogue of the fifty manuscripts & printed books bequeathed to the British museum by Alfred H. Huth | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Catalogue of the fifty manuscripts & printed books bequeathed to the British museum by Alfred H. Huth.

Corporate Author: British Museum.
Related Names: Dodgson, Campbell 1867-1948., Herbert, J. A. 1862-1948., Esdaile, Arundell James Kennedy 1880-1956., Pollard, Alfred W. 1859-1944., Huth, Henry 1815-1878., Huth, Alfred Henry 1850-1910.
Language(s): English
Published: London : British museum [etc.], 1912.
Subjects: Early printed books > England > London > Bibliography > Catalogs.
Incunabula > England > London > Bibliography > Catalogs.
Rare books > England > London > Bibliography > Catalogs.
Manuscripts > England > London > Catalogs.
Note: "The introduction and most of the descriptions of the printed books are the work of Mr. A. W. Pollard ... the ballads have been catalogued by Mr. Arundell Esdaile ... The manuscripts have been described by Mr. J. A. Herbert ... and the note on the engravings contained in no. X has been supplied by Mr. Campbell Dodgson."--Pref.
The Huth library was collected by Henry Huth, father of Alfred H. Huth.
Physical Description: xvi, 130 p. front. (port.) illus., 18 pl. (facsims.) 39 cm.
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