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Appendix A: Sample Orbis Records

(Materials described may not be authentic, and stop at the 5xx fields)

100 1b/: |a Arnold, Sir Edwin, |d 1832-1902.
245 10 |a In the palace of pain : |b an address delivered at St. Thomas's Hospital, London, October 2, 1895, |f [1895?].
300 b/b/ |a 1 |f v. (61 p.) : |c 24 cm.
545b/b/ |a This speech, subsequently published in the London Times (Oct. 14, 1895) provoked public outcry which resulted in Arnold's resignation from the Board of Governors of the hospital.
520 b/b/ |a Typescript (carbon) of a speech in which Arnold is highly critical of current practices in the hospital.
561b/b/ |a Purchased from Frank Hollings on the C. B. Tinker Fund, 1965.

100 1b/ |a Arnold, Sir Edwin, |d 1832-1902.
245 10 |a North and South : |b being an account of the coronation at Moscow and a description of the Island of Tenerife, |f 1887-1890.
300 b/b/ |a 1 |f v. (234 leaves) ; |b ill. : |c 36 cm.
520 b/b/ |a Includes newspaper clippings of articles written by Arnold, watercolor sketches and photographs with holograph captions compiled during travel to Moscow and to Tenerife, in the Canary Islands.
561 b/b/ |a Purchased from Frank Hollings on the C. B. Tinker Fund, 1965.
500 b/b/ |a Spine title: Moscow/Teneriffe.

100 1b/ |a Dogwood, Herman Percival, 1754-1799
245 10 |a Herman Percival Dogwood letters : |b received from Boston patriots, |f 1770-1775.
300 b/b/a 14 |f items.
520 b/b/a Autograph letter, signed, to Dogwood from various Boston residents, including some prominent revolutionaries. Letters deal with pre-revolutionary politics and events in Boston, including a detailed account of the Boston Massacre. Includes 2 letters from Samuel Adams and one from Benjamin Franklin.
520 b/b/ |a Several letters contain annotations in an unidentified hand, presumably Dogwood's.
561 b/b/ |a Gift of Henry Clay, 1840.
546 b/b/ In English.
500 b/b/ |a Laid into presentation binding with bookplate of Henry Clay.

100 1b/ |a Crawhill, Samuel K. (Samuel Keitridge), |d 1856-1905.
245 12 |a A garden memoir : |b or contemplation on the remarkable natural history of garden pests, London, |f 1885 / |c by Samuel K. Crawhill; illustrated by Mrs. Crawhill.
300 b/b/ |a 1 |f v. (234 p.) : |b ills. ; |c 34 x 187 cm.
520 b/b/ |a Holograph, signed. Garden diary with 12 watercolor illustrations signed by Mrs. Crawhill.
500 b/b/ |a Presentation binding, inscribed as a gift from Crawhill to "Our friend and fellow gardener, Howard. London, June 23, 1887."

100 1b/ |a Crawhill, Samuel K. (Samuel Keitridge), |d 1856-1905.
245 10 |a More marvels of nature : |b What the garden will do in spite of your best efforts, |f 1890 Nov 23.
300 b/b/ |a 2 |f v. : |b ills., tables ; |c 45 cm.
545 b/b/ |a Crawhill attempted to get this work published, but was unsuccessful Excerpts were published posthumously in the Journal of the Botanical Society of London.
520 b/b/ |a Carbon typescript annotated by author and in another, unidentified hand.

100 1b/ |a Arnold, Matthew, |d 1822-1888.
245 10 |a Letter : |b London, to George W. Smalley, Oxford, |f [1887] Apr 13.
300 b/b/ |a 1 |f item (3 p.) ; |c 18 cm.
520 b/b/ |a Autograph letter, signed, describing a dinner party at Buckingham Palace, with cover.
561 b/b/|a From the library of Arthur A. Houghton. Purchased from Stonehill on the Beinecke Fund, 1979.

100 1b/ |a Arnold, Matthew, |d 1822-1888.
245 10 |a Notebook, |f 1859-71.
300 b/b/ |a 1 |f v. (158 p.) ; |c 15 cm.
520 b/b/ |a Holograph notebook containing a journal of Arnold's tour of France in 1859, with numerous dated and undated notes and extracts.
530 b/b/ |a Also available on microfilm.
561 b/b/ |a Containing bookplates of A. Edward Newton and Arthur A. Houghton. Purchased from Stonehill on the Beinecke Fund, 1979.
500 b/b/ |a In brown slip case embossed with the initials M.A.

100 1b/ |a Arnold, Matthew, |d 1822-1888.
245 10 |a Geist's Grave, |f 1881.
300 b/b/ |a 1 |f item (4 p.) ; |c 21 cm.
520 b/b/ |a Fair copy in Arnold's hand of 20 verses, signed and dated.
561 b/b/ |a Contains bookplate of Arthur A. Houghton. Purchased from Stonehill on the Beinecke Fund, 1979.

100 1b/ |a Broadhead, Jane, |f 1903-1967.
245 10 |a Diary written while on a voyage to exotic foreign lands in search of the true meaning of life : |b Los Angeles, |f 1947 Jun 3.
300 b/b/a 2 |f items.
520 b/b/ |a Holograph playscript (345 p.), with author's revisions, and typescript (134 pages) with staging directions in an unidentified hand.


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