4 edition of Oriental Manuscripts of the John Frederick Lewis Collection 1937 found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
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Very soon after the auction, the 25 illustrated folios today housed in the Free Library of Philadelphia came into the possession of John Frederick Lewis, a noted philanthropist and collector of European and Oriental manuscripts, cuneiform tablets, and early American portraits. ORIENTAL MANUSCRIPTS OF THE JOHN FREDERICK LEWIS COLLECTION IN THE FREE LIBRARY OF PHILADEL-PHIA, a Descriptive Catalogue with Forty-eight Illustrations. By Muhammed Ahmet Simsar. Philadelphia, Pp. XIX, , Pis. XLVIII. This is an excellent description of a very valuable collection of Oriental manuscripts, con-.
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Oriental manuscripts of the John Frederick Lewis collection in the Free library of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, (OCoLC) Online version: John Frederick Lewis Collection (Free Library of Philadelphia). Oriental manuscripts of the John Frederick Lewis collection in the Free library of Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, (OCoLC) oriental manuscripts of the john frederick lewis collection in the free library of philadelphia: a descriptive catalogue with forty-eight illustrations Simsar, Muhammed Ahmed Published by Simsar, Muhammed A., Philadelphia ().
Free Library of Philadelphia. Rare Book Department. John Frederick Lewis Collection of Oriental Manuscripts Coptic Church Lewis, John Frederick,former owner Lewis, Anne Baker,donor Call number Lewis O (Philadelphia, Free Library of Philadelphia, Rare Book.
John Frederick Lewis collection of Oriental Manuscripts Other related names. Lewis, Anne Baker,donor Bassett, James,former owner Lewis, John Frederick,former owner Call number RBD Lewis O 19 (Philadelphia, Free Library of Philadelphia, Rare Book Department) Alternate identifiers.
bibid: This handsomely produced volume contains descriptions of the manuscripts in 15 Oriental languages forming part of the Collection of the late Mr. John Frederick Lewis and now housed in the Free Library of Philadelphia.
The bulk of these manuscripts () is divided between Arabic (35), Persian (52), Turkish (10), and Urdu (3): for the. In addition, there are some 1, separate miniatures.
A catalogue of the books, compiled by Muhammed Ahmed Simsar, was published in The European and Oriental Manuscripts were largely the gift of Mrs. John Frederick Lewis, Sr., in memory.
John Frederick Lewis Collection of Oriental Manuscripts Other related names. Lewis, John Frederick,former owner Lewis, Anne Baker,donor Lewis, Anne Baker,donor Call number Lewis O 64 (Philadelphia, Free Library of Philadelphia, Rare Book Department) Alternate identifiers.
Rare Book Department. John Frederick Lewis collection of Oriental Manuscripts Other related names. Lewis, Anne Baker,donor Brewer, Luther A, former owner Collection of prayers for the Prophet Muḥammad and other devotional materials such as a description of his tomb and lists of his names and honorary epithets, divided into.
Binding Bound in brown leather over pasteboard with flap (Type II) and carrying case that was likely repurposed from another book.
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(Philadelphia: Free Library of Philadelphia, ), no. Richard, Francis. Catalogue des manuscrits persans. (Paris: Bibliothèque nationale, ), nos. John Frederick Lewis Collection (Free Library of Philadelphia).
Descriptive catalogue of the John Frederick Lewis collection of European manuscripts in the Free library of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, (OCoLC) Named Person: John Frederick Lewis: Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
Other gifts followed: the Hampton L. Carson Collection on the Growth and Development of the Common Law in ; the John Frederick Lewis Collections of cuneiform tablets, European manuscripts, and Oriental manuscripts in the s; and the A.S.W.
Rosenbach Collection of Early American Children’s Books in John Frederick Lewis Papers - (bulk dates - ) Manuscript Collection Number: Accessioned: Moyerman Collection.
Extent: linear feet and 75 volumes. Content: Letterbooks, correspondence, deeds, wills, clippings, postcards, ephemera. Access: The collection is open for research. Processed: Aprilby Anne E. Krulikowski. for reference assistance email Special. MEDIAEVAL AND RENAISSANCE MINIATURES IN THE.
JOHN FREDERICK LEWIS COLLECTION. IN PHILADELPHIA. A survey has just been made of the European manuscripts, with particular emphasis on the detached leaves and historiated initials in the Rare Book Department of the Free Library of Philadelphia, a collection that was acquired by Mr.
John Frederick Lewis between and. Lewis Eflyleaf 1 verso, b ookplate, Joachim Baron Windhag ; i nside front cover, b ookplate, Eberhard von Kniestedt. Since its acquisition by Lewis, the book had been summarily described in only two places: the catalogue of Lewis’ western manuscripts published by Wolf inand the de Ricci census.
) lists the collection at the time Mr. Lewis gave it. Copies of this catalog are available from the Free Library at $ (All books from Free Library are subject to 3 per cent tax in Pennsylvania.) 2 Muhammed Ahmed Simsar, Oriental Manuscripts of the John Frederick Lewis Collection in the Free.
A descriptive catalogue of the John Frederick Lewis collection of European manuscripts in the Free library of Philadelphia by John Frederick Lewis Collection (Free Library of Philadelphia); Wolf, Edwin, ; Rosenbach, A.
(Abraham Simon Wolf), Like an item we examined several weeks ago, this manuscript never belonged to John Frederick Lewis and therefore was not described in the catalogue of the Lewis Collection’s western manuscripts. 1 Prior to being owned by Gratz, the book had been in the possession of another lawyer, George T.
Strong of New York (–), who had. Oriental manuscripts of the John Frederick Lewis collection in the Free Library of Philadelphia: a descriptive catalogue with forty-eight illustrations Published John Frederick Lewis’ wonderful collection of two hundred Western Medieval codices, dozens of non-European manuscripts, and thousands of cuttings and single leaves is justly famous.
This outstanding ensemble has been housed at the Free Library of Philadelphia since it was gifted to the institution by John Frederick’s widow, Anne Baker Lewis.John Frederick Lewis was a Philadelphia lawyer, philanthropist, and collector of writing samples.
He donated several collections to the Free Library of Philadelphia. In addition to his collection of autographs of engravers, he also donated a collection of cuneiform tablets, an oriental manuscript collection, and.