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James Ford Bell Collection

James Ford Bell Collection.

James Ford Bell Collection

a list of additions, 1951-1954.

by James Ford Bell Collection.

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Published by University of Minnesota Press in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Europe -- Commerce. -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCompiled by John Parker [curator]
    GenreBibliography.
    ContributionsParker, John, 1923- comp., Bell, James Ford, 1879-1961.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ881 .M6794
    The Physical Object
    Pagination69p.
    Number of Pages69
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16368862M
    LC Control Number55009774

    Overview Collection contains the records of 4-H, Special Collections and Rare Books 33 James Ford Bell Library 13 ∧ less Subject Children's literature, American Authors, American -- 20th century Estonian Children's stories.   About The James Ford Bell Library The James Ford Bell Library documents the history and impact of international trade prior to ca. C.E. Its premier collection of rare books, maps, and manuscripts illustrates the ways in which cultural influence expanded worldwide, with a special emphasis on European interactions.

    The James Ford Bell Library is home to a collection of several printed broadsides from 17th century England representing brief but critical moments that shaped many of the trade and commercial policies that influenced England’s role in the global economy and . OCLC Number: Notes: The facsim. is a reproduction of the University of Minnesota Library James Ford Bell Collection copy of the original ed., with t.p. reading: Den Rechtenweg ausz zu faren von Liszbona gen Kallakuth.

    James Ford Bell Library, Minneapolis, MN. likes. Documenting the history of trade and cross-cultural contact before ca. CE through books, maps, and manuscripts/5(7).   But there just wasn’t room for the James Ford Bell Library collection of rare books, manuscripts, and maps that document the history and evolution of world trade, nor for the University’s primary rare book collection. Both resided in Wilson Library for decades.


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The James Ford Bell Library, its collection, and its innovative programs support scholarship and education at all levels, and enrich our community by advancing understanding of this global heritage, making the world we live in more meaningful.

Visit Our Digital Resources Page. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press James Ford Bell Collection of the University of Minnesota library is devoted to rare books, maps, and manuscripts pertaining to the history of European exploration and : Paperback.

The James Ford Bell Collection: A List of Additions, [Parker, John, Urness, Carol L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The James Ford Bell Collection. The James Ford Bell Collection of the University of Minnesota Library is devoted to rare books, maps, and manuscripts pertaining to the history of European exploration and commerce.

This bibliography lists recent additions to the collection and serves as a supplement to the previously published catalogue. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press James Ford Bell Collection of the University of Minnesota Library is devoted to rare books, maps, and manuscripts pertaining to the history of European exploration and commerce.

-- James Ford Bell, The collection consists of more t items: books, maps, manuscripts, pamphlets, broadsides, and assorted printed documents. It ranges in scope from invoices for rope, ships' logs, and gilt-edged trade treaties between Western and Eastern monarchs to diaries, travel narratives, and missionary accounts.

See other books from the same collection - - from the inventory of a bookseller; THE JAMES FORD BELL COLLECTION, A LIST OF ADDITIONS. (Bell, James Ford). Parker, John.

5 volumes. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, small 4to. In he donated his personal collection of rare books dealing with early trade and exploration to be housed in a Treasure Room called the James Ford Bell Room, located in Walter Library.

The collection was later moved to Wilson Library and renamed the James Ford Bell Library. Get this from a library. The James Ford Bell Collection; a list of additions, [John Parker; James Ford Bell; James Ford Bell Collection.]. Minnesota Historical Society Bell, James Ford,creator.

James Ford Bell and family papers. Materials in English. Business and personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, print materials, scrapbooks, diaries, personal reminiscences on a variety of topics and individuals, and other papers of a Minneapolis flour-milling executive who was an active participant in.

About The James Ford Bell Library. The James Ford Bell Library documents the history and impact of international trade prior to ca. C.E. Its premier collection of rare books, maps, and manuscripts illustrates the ways in which cultural influence expanded worldwide, with a special emphasis on European interactions.

The James Ford Bell Library is a special collection of the University of Minnesota Libraries located on the University of Minnesota Minneapolis campus. It is named for its donor and patron James Ford Bell, founder of the General Mills Corporation in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The collection consists of s rare books, maps, manuscripts, broadsides, pamphlets and other materials documenting the.

James Ford Bell Library, Minneapolis, MN. likes. A collection of rare books, maps, manuscripts, and other documents, created prior to ca.

CE, /5(7). One of the treasures in the James Ford Bell collection at the University of Minnesota is Henricus Martellus Germanus' copy of Cristoforo Buondelmonti's Description of the Archipelago, the Cyclades, and the Other work was written in Latin inand Henricus's copy dates from c Cristoforo Buondelmonti's original book was an account of the Greek islands, illustrated with maps.

This volume of essays, collected in memory of James Ford Bell, reflects in some measure the broad scope and rich diversity of the James Ford Bell Collection of the University of Minnesota Library. All ten of the essays are based on or related to materials in the Bell collection.

James Ford Bell and His Books: The Nucleus of a Library by Associates of the James Ford Bell Library. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.

The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. is built around James Ford Bell’s collection of rare books, manuscripts, maps and charts covering the period Bell currently serves on the boards of directors of the Minnesota Historical Society in Saint Paul, MN and the National Music Museum in Vermilion, SD, and is a trustee of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Minneapolis.

The Associates support and promote the programs, collections, and public outreach of the James Ford Bell Library at the University of Minnesota. The Bell Library is home to a wonderful and renowned collection of books, maps, and manuscripts — all rare items from the ancient world to the early s.

A rare book containing what is believed to be the world's first printed maps is on display at the James Ford Bell Library at the University of Minnesota. The James Ford Bell Trust acquired an.

A letter to Ferdinand and Isabella, Juan de Ayala, Ferdinand V (King of Spain), Isabella I (Queen of Spain), Charles E. Nowell, James Ford Bell Collection University of Minnesota Press, Jan 1, - History - 90 pages.

In cooperation with the James Ford Bell Collection, Italica Press presents this book in full color at x 11 inches, nearly the full size of the Bell manuscript. The images of all the folios in MS _fmA that appear in this edition are reproduced exactly as photographed for the James Ford Bell Library.The Library houses James Ford Bell’s collection of approximately books related to discovery and exploration in the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries, which was presented to the University in to establish a center for study, research, public outreach, and further acquisition.Book Published [St.

Paul, James Ford Bell Collection, University of Minnesota, ?] Language English Descript [4] p. map, fold, facsim. (in pocket) 25cm. Notes The facsimile is a reproduction of the letter from a ms. in the James Ford Bell Collection, University of Minnesota.

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