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The core collection was assembled by the antiquary Edmund Waterton, and was purchased by the Museum in 1895.
Books date from the late 16th to late 19th century.
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Scope: Some 158 printed books collected by book dealer W M Voynich, the largest part being printed in Italy in the 16th century.
Donated in 19 respectively by Dorothy Walker, daughter of Sir Emery Walker (1851-1933), the latter associated with both printing houses. Access: Access is restricted; alternative copies printed on paper are available via the main catalogue. Scope: Hungarian pamphlets and other printed material on the history, literature and cultural life of Hungary from 1770 to 1863.
(The Imitation of Christ), the devotional text by Thomas à Kempis (1380-1471).
Scope: Newspaper cuttings, articles extracted from periodicals, typescript material, and illustrations relating to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791).
Describes collections which are associated with a particular person (e.g. Most are not identified as 'part of a collection' in Explore the British Library. The 15th century printed books from the collection are shelved in the IA., IB.
A B C D E-F G H I-K L M-N O-R S T U-Z VOYNICH, Wilfred Michael [1865-1930].
Scope: 45 works printed on vellum at the Kelmscott Press and 11 works printed on vellum at the Doves Press.
* Copy in Rare Books and Music Reading Room at RAR069.0942 (small-sized sequence). (1)Scope: Plans, drawings and prints of bridges and aqueducts, dating from 1800? With reports and correspondence relating to them, mostly by Samuel Ware.