Title: Enoch Arden, etc.
Author: Alfred Tennyson
Publication date: London, 1864
Library: University of Iowa
Call number: PR5556.A1
Submitted by: Stefan Schöberlein
Title: The Diaries of William Charles Macready
Author: William Charles Macready
Publication date: New York, 1912
Library: Ryerson Library
Call number: PN2598.M3 A3 1912 v. 1
Submitted by: Marion Grant (Group 4)
A collection of diary entries from William Charles Macready’s life dating from 1833- 1851. It was edited by William Toynbee and published in two volumes.
Title: The Treasure of the Humble
Author: Maurice Maeterlinck
Publication date: New York, 1910
Library: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library
Submitted by: Richard Mariner Owens
The introduction and Silences chapter included extensive underlining from reader. Last check out date was 1966. Underlining, Red Colored pencil.
Title: American Men of Letters: William Hickling Prescott
Author: Ogden Rollo
Publication date: Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1904
Library: San Jose State University
Call number: PS 2657 05
Submitted by: Alondra Ibarra
Photograph found on title and publication page.
Annotations found next to title and publication page on the photograph of Mr. Prescott4
Title: Complete Works of William Shakespeare Volume 8
Author: William Shakespeare (Author), Alexander Dyce (Editor)
Publication date: Merrill and Baker London and New York 1880
Library: San Jose State Library (MLK Library)
Call number: PR2753 D91880
Submitted by: Casey Modiri
#718 out of 1000 registered sets.
An image of a painting by J. Bertrand depicting a scene from Othello called “The Death of Desdemona”.
A piece of wax paper is followed by paintings done by artists or pictures representing specific characters.
Annotations in picture of are page 237: circled words, underlined words and margin writing.
Title: The Poems and Letters of Bernard Barton
Author: Barton, Bernard
Publication date: London, 1850
Library: Ohio University’s Alden Library
Call number: 4079
Submitted by: Alicia Carter
Searching through the stacks of Alden’s 7th floor, I was shocked to find this unique book. The cover is quite simple and in remarkably good shape for its age. Upon opening the book the inside of the cover is inscribed with the name Le Grice; the ink is beginning to bleed but the signature remains intact. The previous owner inserted a page on the end paper from another volume, the inserted page is titled “A Sonnet, Tributary to the Poet Bernard Barton.” The owner has also written commentary on the top of the inserted page, “For long reference to Bernard Barton Lee Lamb’s Letters.” Throughout the novel there is indicators of close reading, including underlining, check marks, and exclamation points. On page 33 there was a unique inscription, “Aged 64. A.D. 1849.” This inscription indicates that the reader has also read other materials on the author and wanted to note the authors age at that specific time in the memoir.