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Second printed catalog, 1773 Digital
Catalogus Librorum Bibliothecae Collegij Harvardini quod est Cantabrigiae in Nova Anglia, 1723 Digital
Continuatio Supplementi Catalogi Librorum Bibliothecae Collegij Harvardini, quod est Cantabrigae in Nova Anglia, 1725 Digital
Continuatio Catalogi Librorum Bibliothecae Collegij Harvardini. Ab Anno 1725, Ad Annum 1735, 1735 Digital
Supplement to Catalogus Librorum: An Alphabetical List of the Books belonging to the Library of Harv’d College, ca. 1768-1770 Digital
This manuscript supplement, written in multiple hands including that of William Mayhew, augments the alphabetical catalog begun by Andrew Eliot in 1765. It is believed to have been created in 1768, with additional entries made through 1770. Entries contain the same information as that in the Catalogus Librorum, including annotations to indicate donations from Thomas Hollis, John Hancock, and New Hampshire.
A List of Books that have been presented to the Library of Harvard College since the Alphabetical List was made out [supplement to Catalogus Librorum], ca. 1770 Digital
Unlike the catalog it supplements, this folio manuscript is not alphabetized. It includes the title, format, and number of volumes for 85 additions to the Harvard College Library, presumably made in the years soon after Eliot began his Catalogus Librorum.
Library catalog, believed to be from the College's evacuation to Concord during the Revolutionary War, ca. 1775 Digital
This manuscript catalog is believed to be in the hand of Samuel Langdon, Harvard's President during the American Revolutionary War. Books are listed alphabetically and entries include title, format, number of volumes, and location information. A sheet glued to the back cover contains “A List of Broken Volumes,” presumably books that were somehow damaged.
This manuscript document contains a ten-page draft of an alphabetical list titled "Books not readily found in General Catalogue," containing entries with abbreviated author and title information, with many struck-through entries, followed by a two-page revised version of the list containing the entries that were not struck through in the first version. The document also contains a one-page list of titles and alcove locations that includes a section marked "Tracts yet undiscovered."
This manuscript document contains a nine-page incomplete alphabetical index with abbreviated author and title information for entries beginning with "Abadie, Eng: pr." and ending with "Copernicus."
This folder contains lists of volumes which appeared in the 1790 printed catalog but were not in the 1789 manuscript catalog, on the subjects of Commerce, Societies Literary, State Papers & Tryals, and Ecclesiastical Fathers.