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Catalogue of the J. William Smith collection / compiled by Caroline M. Daggett.

Corporate Author: Syracuse Public Library (Syracuse, N.Y.)
Related Names: Daggett, Caroline Mayhew. , Smith, J. William.
Language(s): English
Published: Syracuse, N.Y. : [The Library], 1910.
Subjects: J. William Smith Collection > Catalogs.
Syracuse Public Library (Syracuse, N.Y.) > Catalogs.
Rare books
Manuscripts
Incunabula
Incunabula > New York (State) > Syracuse > Bibliography > Catalogs.
Manuscripts > New York (State) > Syracuse > Bibliography > Catalogs.
Rare books > New York (State) > Syracuse > Bibliography > Catalogs.
New York (State) > Syracuse
Catalogs
Bibliography > Catalogs
Note: "The collection consists of 447 volumes, including manuscripts written on vellum and illuminated, some incunabula, many early editions of classical authors, fine specimens of early printing and engraving, and some ... early ... editions of English, Italian and French authors, together with a few American imprints"--Pref.
Physical Description: 43, [1] p., [2] leaves of plates : ill., port. ; 26 cm.
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