Aristotle mss., 1603-17044 Boxes Collection ID: LMC 1034
The Aristotle mss., 1603-1704, consists of commentaries on the works of Aristotle. At least half of the volumes concentrate on logic, but other subjects are covered as well, including physics and general philosophy.
Latin American mss.--Peru II, 1760-182025 Items (1 box) Collection ID: LMC 1628
The Latin American mss. Peru II, ca. 1760-1820, consists of 25 documents which describe living conditions, roads, local Indians, etc. in Peru.
Scottish mss., 1500-17072 Boxes Collection ID: LMC 2447
The Scottish mss., 1500-1707, consists of materials concerned with the genealogies, history, letters, and writings of Scotland.
Latin American mss. Bolivia, 1606-1927610 Items Collection ID: LMC 1606
The Latin American mss. Bolivia, 1606-1927, are illustrative chiefly of the colonial life of Alto Peru and of Bolivia's long struggle for independence from Spain.
Latin American mss. Argentina, 1612-1944, bulk 1806-1923400 Items Collection ID: LMC 1605 (VAD8158) (VAD8158)
The Latin American mss. Argentina, 1612-1944, contain material principally about the independence period of Argentina for the years 1806-1823.
Hornbooks, ca. 1550-198631 Items Collection ID: LT109 .A1
The collection consists of a group of 28 hornbooks. Also included are two auction catalogs for sales where some of the hornbooks were sold and a description of a hornbook in brass from dealer Patrick King's list no. 11, 1986.
Dutilh mss., 1784-181147 Items (1 folder) Collection ID: LMC 1299
The Dutilh mss., 1784-1811, consists of business letters in French to Dutilh and Wacksmuth, merchants of Philadelphia.
Hall mss., 1797-18620.4 linear feet (1 box) Collection ID: LMC 1448
The Hall mss., 1797-1862, consists of the papers of Samuel Hall, 1797-1862, judge and member of the Board of Visitors of Indiana University.
Ricketts mss., 800-1899332 Items Collection ID: LMC 2449
The Ricketts mss., 9th-19th cent., are illuminated medieval and renaissance manuscripts assembled by Coella Lindsay Ricketts, 1859-1941, calligrapher, of Chicago, Illinois. Most of the material relates to religious matters.