Printing -- History
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
A leaf from "Vocabularius Praedicantium Sire Variloguus" printed in 1488 in Strassburg by Georg Husner. This early printed "dictionary" written by Johannes Melber could also be considered a thesaurus as well.
Primarily individual leaves from European or Near Eastern manuscripts or printed books, but also contains leaves from newspapers, pamphlets, as well as several ancient Near and Middle Eastern artifacts, including a Babylonian cuneiform tablet and cylinder seal.
Miscellaneous serials, cards, pamphlets and booklets relating or other examples of ephemeral printed material for use with graphic design, literature and history students.