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A mahogany bookcase with a flat top above two glass doors on plinth. The two sides are separated by a wall so that each half locks separately. The key is in place.

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Bookcase -

This is a library bookcase of dark stained wood with two glass doors. There are four adjustable shelves. The back is paneled. The top is plain and flat. The bookcase sits on casters. There is a keyhole and the key is present (1976.1.3098b).

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Bookcase -

This is a library bookcase of dark stained wood with two glass doors. There are four adjustable shelves. The back is paneled. The top has a molding along the back edge There is a keyhole but the key is missing.

Image of The Heidenmauer, or, The Benedictines. A legend of the Rhine

The Heidenmauer, or, The Benedictines. A legend of the Rhine -

First book in a series of 16 titles of a limited Iroquois edition of 1000 of the Writing of J. Fenimore Cooper. This, titled Heidenmauer (full title: The Heidenmauer; or, The Benedictines. A legend of the Rhine), is from set #250 in the print run. The other books in this series entered into the database are 1976.1.1158.2; 1976.1.1158.3; and 1976.1.1158.4.

Image of AMERICAN ANIMALS: A POPULAR GUIDE TO THE MAMMALS OF NORTH AMERICA NORTH OF MEXICO, WITH INTIMATE BIOGRAPHIES OF THE MORE FAMILIAR SPECIES

AMERICAN ANIMALS: A POPULAR GUIDE TO THE MAMMALS OF NORTH AMERICA NORTH OF MEXICO, WITH INTIMATE BIOGRAPHIES OF THE MORE FAMILIAR SPECIES -

This book is part of at least a twelve-title series called THE NATURE LIBRARY (sometimes called the New Nature Library Series) published in several editions and added to over time by Doubleday. Series and volume numbers seem to change with each year of publication. Prominent horticulturalists, arborists, ornithologists, ichthyologists, mycologists, and lepidopterists contributed to THE NATURE LIBRARY. With this book in the New Nature Library Series, the authors' aim for an audience of both the general reader as well as those requiring more scientific information. The extensive title is self-descriptive.

Image of THE INSECT BOOK. A POPULAR ACCOUNT OF THE BEES (sic) WASPS, ANTS, GRASSHOPPERS, FLIES AND OTHER NORTH AMERICAN INSECTS EXCLUSIVE OF THE BUTTERFLIES (sic) MOTHS AND BEETLES, WITH FULL LIFE HISTORIES. TABLES AND BIBLIOGRAPHIES

THE INSECT BOOK. A POPULAR ACCOUNT OF THE BEES (sic) WASPS, ANTS, GRASSHOPPERS, FLIES AND OTHER NORTH AMERICAN INSECTS EXCLUSIVE OF THE BUTTERFLIES (sic) MOTHS AND BEETLES, WITH FULL LIFE HISTORIES. TABLES AND BIBLIOGRAPHIES -

This book by Leland O. Howard is part of at least a 12 title series called THE NATURE LIBRARY (sometimes called the New Nature Library) published in several editions and added to over time by Doubleday. Series and volume numbers seem to change with each year of publication. Prominent horticulturalists, arborists, ornithologists, ichthyologists, mycologists, and lepidopterists contributed to the THE NATURE LIBRARY. The extensive title to this book is self-descriptive. Inside the front cover are found numerous small bits of paper with pencilled notes and accompanying page numbers. Blithewold's curator (MW) believes they are written in Augustine's hand. (Date unknown) See Obj.# 1976.1.1