Early Collectors and Donors: William Taylor Newton's Emerson Collection

21.  Printed label and bookplate: William Taylor Newton’s shelf-mark, [undated]; Concord Free Public Library bookplate, [1918]. 

Shelf Mark
Shelf Mark

Book Plate
Book Plate

Both from William Taylor Newton’s copy of Emerson’s A Historical Discourse, Delivered Before the Citizens of Concord, 12th September, 1835 . . . (Concord: G. F. Bemis, 1835).  Printed label with manuscript addition and printed bookplate in volume from the Newton/Emerson Collection (part of the CFPL Concord Authors Collection).  Gift of Edith Emerson Forbes and Edward Waldo Emerson, 1918.


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