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HARVARD UNIVERSITY  [Albertype views by Louis Glaser] by  Cambridge Massachusetts - First Edition - 1886 - from R & A Petrilla, ABAA, IOBA and

HARVARD UNIVERSITY [Albertype views by Louis Glaser]

by Massachusetts, Cambridge

Condition: Fine

NY: Adolph Wittemann, 1886. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. 16 plates of Albertype views, accordion-fold (leporello) format. Printed ad on rear pastedow: "Souvenir Albums...Souvenir Articles...Amee Brothers, 5 Harvard Square...." Views include: Memorial Dining Hall; Gore Hall Library; Hemenway Gymnasium; Astronomical Observatory; Botanic Garden & Herbarium; Harvard Medical School; Museum of Comparative Zoology; Harvard Boat Club House; birdseye views; many campus buildings; &c. Folds into embossed, brown cloth covers. 6" x 3.75" [OCLC/WC locates only the Columbia U holding of this viewbook.].


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