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Collection of color wood engravings of international cities, undated

Emory University

Pitts Theology Library

1531 Dickey Drive, Suite 560

Atlanta, GA 30322

404-727-4166

Permanent link: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/rpc5z


Descriptive Summary

Title: Collection of color wood engravings of international cities, undated
Call Number:Record Group No. 020-5
Extent: 2 cubic feet (3 boxes)
Abstract:An artificial collection consisting of color wood engravings and calendar prints of international cities.
Language:Materials in Latin and German.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Access

Unrestricted access.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.

Citation

[after identification of item(s)], Collection of color wood engravings of international cities, RG 020-5, Archives and Manuscript Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.

Processing

Processed by Joan S. Clemens, February 2000.


Collection Description

Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of color wood engravings and calendar prints of international cities, primarily in Germany, that the Pitts Theology Library acquired over a period of several years. Item numbers 1-29 are prints used on calendars produced by Otto Harrassowitz, a German publishing company. Item numbers 30-51 are original color wood engravings. All of the engravings have been matted. The images are labeled in Latin, but the calendar prints include descriptions of the cities that are written in German.

The prints and engravings are arranged numerically in the boxes, but the container listing is sorted alphabetically by country, and thereunder, alphabetically by the name of the city.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by name of country.


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Container List

Box Folder Content
1 18 Vienna, Austria
1 13 Limbourg, Belgium [today?]
1 23 Winsor Castle, England
3 43 Augsburg, Germany
1 22b Bernkastel, Germany, Luxemborg or France (with the river Mosel)
1 29 Bonn, Germany
1 8 Boppart, Germany (with the Rhein river)
3 34 Eisleben, Germany
2 32 Erfurt, Germany
1 4 Frankenberg, Germany
3 44 Frankfurt, Germany (with the river Main)
1 10b Frankfurt/Oder, Germany
3 36 Halle, Germany
3 47 Hamburg, Germany
3 40 Heidelberg, Germany
1 1a Heilbronn, Germany (with the river Neckar)
1 7 Hildesheim, Germany
1 2 Innsbruck, Germany (with the river Inn)
2 30 Jena, Germany
3 51 Keil [?], Germany
3 46 Koln, Germany (Cologne with the river Rhein)
1 24 Konstanz, Germany (at Lake Constance)
3 49 Leipzig, Germany
1 21 Leipzig, Germany
1 3 Luneburg, Germany (Famous city in Saxony, celebrated for its salt-works)
3 45 Magdeburg, Germany
3 41 Mainz [?], Germany
3 35 Marburg, Germany
1 1b Mhlausen, Germany
3 39 Munster in Westfalen, Germany
1 19 Munster in Westfalen, Germany
1 28 Munich, Germany
3 48 Munich, Germany
3 42 Nurnberg, Germany
3 50 Regensburg, Germany
1 16 Rendsburg, Germany (with the river Eider)
2 31 Rostock, Germany
1 12 Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany
3 38 Tubingen, Germany
1 26 Warburg, Germany
1 5 Weimar, Germany
1 14 Werden (Essen), Germany (with the river Ruhr)
1 10a Wittenberg, Germany
2 33 Wittenberg, Germany
3 37 Worms, Germany (with the Rhein river)
1 22a Zell, Germany (with the river Mosel)
1 6a Rhodes, Greece (Mediterranean island)
1 17c Mina, Guinea [today]
1 15 Eger, Hungary [today?]
1 17a Hormos, Iran [today?] (Portuguese colonies)
1 6b Cagliaris, Italy [today] (located on the island of Sardinia)
1 9 Palermo, Italy [today] (city on the island of Sicily)
1 27 S'Hertenbosch, Netherlands
1 17b Canonor, South Africa [today?] (Cape of Good Hope?)
1 11 San Sebastian, Spain
1 20 Toledo, Spain
1 25 Stockholm, Sweden
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