MEI Introduction Search the MEI database Editing MEI Libraries in MEI Editors Advisors Internships Training/Dissemination Grants received Papers at Conferences Publications Citations Bibliography

NEW : A video on the visualisation of the circulation of 15th-century printed books over time and space, using MEI data, can be seen here: Video .

MEI is a database specifically designed to record and search the material evidence (or copy specific, post-production evidence and provenance information) of 15th-century printed books: ownership, decoration, binding, manuscript annotations, stamps, prices, etc. MEI is linked to the Incunabula Short Title Catalogue (ISTC), provided by the British Library, from which it derives the bibliographical records, and it allows the user at last to combine searches of bibliographical records (extracted from ISTC) with copy specific records.

MEI Introduction Search the MEI database Editing MEI Libraries in MEI Editors Advisors Internships Training/Dissemination Grants received Papers at Conferences Publications Citations Bibliography

NEW : A video on the visualisation of the circulation of 15th-century printed books over time and space, using MEI data, can be seen here: Video .

MEI is a database specifically designed to record and search the material evidence (or copy specific, post-production evidence and provenance information) of 15th-century printed books: ownership, decoration, binding, manuscript annotations, stamps, prices, etc. MEI is linked to the Incunabula Short Title Catalogue (ISTC), provided by the British Library, from which it derives the bibliographical records, and it allows the user at last to combine searches of bibliographical records (extracted from ISTC) with copy specific records.

Contents - Preface - Library of Congress - Collections
Buildings - Librarians - Further Reading - Concordance

The enormous size and variety of its collections make the Library of Congress the largest library in the world. True to the Jeffersonian ideal, the collections are comprehensive in scope, including research materials in more that 450 languages and in many media.

Depiction of the world and its wonders: The rendering of Cattleya Labiate is from Conrad Loddiges & Sons' The Botanical Cabinet published in London between 1817 and 1833, and located in the Rare Book and Special Collections Division. The Geography and Map Division holds this map of North America. Engraved by Dutch map publisher Cornelius de Jode in 1578, it is one of the earliest maps reflecting expeditioners' reports.

MEI Introduction Search the MEI database Editing MEI Libraries in MEI Editors Advisors Internships Training/Dissemination Grants received Papers at Conferences Publications Citations Bibliography

NEW : A video on the visualisation of the circulation of 15th-century printed books over time and space, using MEI data, can be seen here: Video .

MEI is a database specifically designed to record and search the material evidence (or copy specific, post-production evidence and provenance information) of 15th-century printed books: ownership, decoration, binding, manuscript annotations, stamps, prices, etc. MEI is linked to the Incunabula Short Title Catalogue (ISTC), provided by the British Library, from which it derives the bibliographical records, and it allows the user at last to combine searches of bibliographical records (extracted from ISTC) with copy specific records.

Contents - Preface - Library of Congress - Collections
Buildings - Librarians - Further Reading - Concordance

The enormous size and variety of its collections make the Library of Congress the largest library in the world. True to the Jeffersonian ideal, the collections are comprehensive in scope, including research materials in more that 450 languages and in many media.

Depiction of the world and its wonders: The rendering of Cattleya Labiate is from Conrad Loddiges & Sons' The Botanical Cabinet published in London between 1817 and 1833, and located in the Rare Book and Special Collections Division. The Geography and Map Division holds this map of North America. Engraved by Dutch map publisher Cornelius de Jode in 1578, it is one of the earliest maps reflecting expeditioners' reports.

The Preservation Services Unit exists to provide long-term access to the physical and intellectual contents of the Library’s collections through conservation, preservation and digitization. These programs seek to provide this access with an eye toward maximizing the Library’s investment in collections, services, and staff while continually seeking to improve the services that we provide.

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