Konrad Haebler; John Ben Snow; Rosamond Gifford Charitable Trust
Arts and Humanities
Open for Research... Notes on the Collections
The Rare Book Department of the Library has acquired an exceptional two-volume set of 110 original leaves from various German incunabula. The fifteenth century pages are described in accompanying booklets by Konrad Haebler, published in Munich by Weiss & Co., Antiquariate, in 1927 and traqslated into English by Andre Barbey. From 1920 until his retirement Dr. Haebler was head of the Kommission fur den Weltkatalog der Wiegendrucke, editors of the partially completed Gesamkatalog der Widgendrucke (Collected Catalog of Early Printing), also in the Rare Book collection.
News of the Library and Library Associates
Two Significant Gifts Presented to the Library -- Library Associates January Meeting in New York City
Syracuse University Library Associates, "Open for Research... Notes on Collections; News of the Library and Library Associates, from Courier, Vol.VIII, No.3, April 1971" (1971). The Courier. 427.