The Berlin Collection, being a history and exhibition of the books and manuscripts purchased in Berlin in 1891 for the University of Chicago by William Rainey Harper with the support of nine citizens of Chicago (catalogue of an exhibition held at the Joseph Regenstein Library, University of Chicago, April-October 1979)
Chicago, University of Chicago Library, 1979
(22 cm), iii (1), 88 pp., illustrations. 110 catalogue entries. Publisher’s printed wrappers. - The “Berlin collection” was the residual stock of the Berlin booksellers S. Calvary & Co. and consisted of 57,630 books and 39,020 dissertations. ¶ Very good, unmarked copy.