Ege mss., 1100-159952 Items (1 box) Collection ID: LMC 2438
The Ege mss., 12th-16th century, consists of original leaves from medieval manuscripts of Western Europe collected by Otto F. Ege, 1888-1951.
English Legal Documents mss. IV, 1200-18983.2 linear feet (4 boxes) Collection ID: LMC 1333
English Legal Documents mss. IV, 1200-1898, consist of those manuscripts concerned with English legal matters which have been acquired as individual pieces.
Ege mss. II, 1240-19231 Box Collection ID: LMC 2973
The Ege mss. II, 1240-1923, consists of Otto Ege's Original Leaves from Famous Books - Eight Centuries portfolio of leaves collected from books deemed historically significant.
Parker mss., 1264-187119 linear feet (95 volumes) Collection ID: LMC 1673
The Parker mss., 1264-1871, consist of commonplace books, legal records, account books, volumes on heraldry, rhetoric and logic, genealogy, sermons, political tracts, a diary, gazetteer and a jest book in verse.
English Legal Documents mss. III, 1279-16681 folio Collection ID: LMC 1332
English Legal Documents III, 1279-1668, consist of samples of handwriting from the thirteenth to seventeenth centuries.
Ege mss. III, 12th-18th centuries1 Box Collection ID: LMC 2974
The Ege mss. III, 12th-18th centuries, consists of Otto Ege's Original Oriental Manuscripts porfolio of leaves of non-European origin.
Calverley mss., 1359-17992 Boxes Collection ID: LMC 2432
The Calverley mss., 1359-18/19th cent., consist of Arabic manuscripts collected by Edwin Elliott Calverley, 1882-1971, professor of Arabic and Islamic studies, whose notes about the documents are occasionally found inscribed thereon.
Adomeit mss., 2000 BCE - 1995 CE172 Items Collection ID: LMC 2430
The Adomeit mss., 2000 BCE - 1995 CE, consists of miniature manuscripts collected by Ruth Elizabeth Adomeit, 1910-1996.
Poole mss., 200-160018 Boxes Collection ID: LMC 2452
The Poole mss. are a collection of 137 ancient, medieval and renaissance manuscripts and single leaves ranging from the 3rd to the 16th century. The collection was formed by George Amos Poole, 1907- , printer, of Chicago, whose interest was in the development of scripts which have had a direct influence on the design of Western printing types, rather than in illumination and decoration. Most of this material relates to religious matters.