5 edition of Hans P. Kraus Collection of Hispanic American manuscripts found in the catalog.
|Statement||by J. Benedict Warren.|
|Contributions||Warren, J. Benedict.|
|LC Classifications||Z6621.U58 K7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 187 p.|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||74001097|
The Directory of Collections is a continuation of the Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the United States and Canada, published in and , and its Supplement. 1 The present Directory details, when known, the current location of the collections listed in the original Census and also identifies an additional North American repositories of pre Mackenzie collection: a descriptive catalogue of the oriental manuscripts and other articles illustrative of the literature, history, statistics and antiquities of the South of India / (Calcutta: Asiatic Press, ), by Colin Mackenzie, H. H. Wilson, and India) Government Oriental Manuscripts Library (Tamil Nadu (page images at HathiTrust)
Vidal Mayor; Unknown, Vidal de Canellas (Spanish, active Aragon, Spain - ), and probably Michael Lupi de Çandiu (Spanish, active Pamplona, Spain - ), and Michael Lupi de Çandiu (Spanish, active Pamplona, Spain - ); about –; Tempera colors, gold leaf, and ink on parchment bound between wood boards covered with modern green morocco; Leaf: × 24 cm (14 The SOURCE_COLL table is based on the mainframe Collection Desigation Table (DAC-COLT) maintained by ITS Data Base Administration. DAC-COLT, in turn, was derived from the publication Special Collections in the Library of Congress (). There are over four hundred entries in the SOURCE_COLL
PREFACE vii INTRODUCTION by Lt. Cdr. David W. Waters and Richard Boulind 1 THE PICTORIAL BIOGRAPHY 35 The Actors 37 The Unfortunate Voyage: San Juan de Ulúa – 49 Drake's First Success: Panama – 59 The Famous Voyage: The Circumnavigation of the World – 63 The Spanish Defenses of the Strait of Magellan, the Pacific Coast and the Caribbean The Hans P. Kraus Collection in the Library of Congress. Washington, D.C. Doc. No. KRC. Hans P. Kraus Collection (DM 14,). Microfilm Collection. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. LCJ. Libro del Cabildo de la ciudad de San Juan de la Frontera de Huamanga, Descifrado por Raúl Rivera ://
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Hans P. Kraus Collection of Hispanic American manuscripts. Washington: Library of Congress, (OCoLC) Named Person: Hans Peter Kraus; Hans Peter Kraus: Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Hans P.
Kraus Collection of Hispanic American manuscripts: A guide [J. Benedict Warren] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Spine lightly sunned else a fine copy. First edition. Cloth. 4to. x, pp. Illus. with 1 color and 1 b/w reproduction. An important collection of items donated by Kraus to the Library of :// Hans P.
Kraus Collection Documents relating to colonial Spanish America. In Hans P. Kraus, New York publisher and rare book dealer, presented to the Library of Congress a collection of manuscripts relating to the history of Spanish America during the colonial period, to Hans Peter Kraus, conosciuto anche come H.
Kraus or HPK (Vienna, 12 ottobre – Ridgefield, 1º novembre ), è stato un antiquario e libraio austriaco naturalizzato statunitense, descritto come "senza dubbio il venditore di libri rari di maggior successo e dominio del mondo nella seconda metà del XX secolo" ".Kraus si specializzò in manoscritti miniati medievali, incunabuli, e Biografia Carriera negli Stati Uniti Cataloghi di vendita Morte Presented to the Library of Congress in by Hans P.
Kraus, bookman, collector, and bibliophile, the manuscripts described in this catalog represent the most important acquisition of Hispanic materials since the gift in by the late Edward S.
Harkness of his collection of Spanish manuscripts from the early years of the colonial history of Mexico and The Hans P. Kraus Collection consists of manuscripts relating to the history of Spanish America during the colonial period, to The Kraus Collection was presented to the library in and includes manuscripts relating to various topics including government, exploration, the Inquisition, civil and viceregal administration, the collection is also described in Hans P.
Kraus Collection of Hispanic American Manuscripts (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, ) by J. Benedict Warren. Related Material In addition to the Kraus material, the Library of Congress holds a collection of colonial Spanish American manuscripts Located in the Manuscript Division, this collection is known as the HANS P.
KRAUS COLLECTION OF HISPANIC AMERICAN MANUSCRIPTS. Focusing on colonial Mexico, the KRAUS COLLECTION contains documents on exploration, government, the Inquisition, economic conditions, Indian relations, and the impending loss of land to Anglo-American settlers in :// Hans Peter Kraus (Octo – November 1, ), also known as H.
Kraus or HPK, was an Austrian-born book dealer described as “without doubt the most successful and dominant rare book dealer in the world in the second half of the 20th century”  and in a league with other rare book dealers such as Bernard Quaritch, Guillaume de Bure and A.S.W.
+p+kraus/en-en. Selections from the Rare Book and Special Collections Division: Selections from the General Collections: Selections from the Law Library of Library of Congress Manuscripts: Hans P.
Kraus Collection: Spanish American Manuscripts J. Benedict Warren, American, Mexican history professor. Decorated Orden del Aguila Azteca Mexico Government; recipient Testimonial, State Michoacán,Presea José Tocavén, Voz de Michoacán,Presea Vasco de Quiroga of the City of Pátzcuaro, Mexico, ; fellow John Carter Brown Library.,Fulbright fellow, Das Weisheitszahnorakel von Hans P Kraus und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf :// Get this from a library.
Las Casas as a bishop: a new interpretation based on his holograph petition in the Hans P. Kraus Collection of Hispanic American manuscripts = Las Casas, obispo: una nueva interpretación a base de en su petición autógrafa en la Colección Hans P.
Kraus de manuscritos hispanoamericanos. [Helen Rand Parish; Bartolomé de las Casas] Holograph Petition in the Hans P. Kraus Collection of Hispanic American Manuscripts (Washington, DC: Library of Congress, ), xxii, n.
7 A memorial is a petition, request, or statement about a particular issue—in this case, about remedies. Lewis Hanke and Manuel Giménez Fernández, Bartolomé de Las Casas as a bishop: a new interpretation based on his holograph petition in the Hans P. Kraus Collection of Hispanic American manuscripts = Las Casas, obispo: una nueva interpretación a base de en su petición autógrafa en la Colección Hans P Parish, Helen Rand [ Government publication, Book: Book Notices Las Casas as a Bishop: A New Interpretation Based on His Holograph Petition in the Hans P.
Kraus Collection of Hispanic American Manuscripts Susan M. Deeds Hans P. Kraus Collection: Spanish American Manuscripts ; Selections from the LC Luso-Hispanic Map collection ; Selections from the National Library of Spain Selections from the National Library of Spain (Manuscripts) About the Site.
The Site Overview Acknowledgments. Partners The Library of Congress [LC] The book is descriptive in nature and presents a true picture of the language as it is spoken by native speakers from a wide variety of dialect zones.
The book is divided into five parts and 25 Parallel Histories: Spain, the United States and the American Frontier; Hans P. Kraus Collection: Spanish American Manuscripts; Country Profiles: Bolivia, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico and Venezuela; Country Studies: Americas and Spain; Online Exhibitions.
The Jay Kislak Collection at the Library of Congress; Exploring the Early Americas; An Las Casas as a Bishop: A New Interpretation Based on His Holograph Petition in the Hans P. Kraus Collection of Hispanic American Manuscripts = Las Casas, Obispo Una Nueva Interpretacion a Base De En Su Peticion Autografa En La Coleccion Hans P.
Kraus. Las Casas as Bishop: A new interpretation based on his holograph petition in the Hans P. Kraus Collection of Hispanic American Manuscripts. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, Rand-Parish, Helen and Weidman, Harold.
Las Casas en Mexico: Historia y obra desconocidas. Cuidad de Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, The Latin American Avant-Garde Collection in the Katherine W. Dumke Fine Arts & Architecture Library is unique body of more than 35 primary source documents -- art objects and publications that support the study Latin American avant-garde art of the second half of the twentieth century.
Spanning the years andthe collection includes works by artists such as: Clemente Padin, Magali ?g=&p= Bartolomé de las Casas was born in Sevilla Spain in to a farming and merchant family – a background that proved valuable Las Casas as a Bishop: A new interpretation based on his holograph petition in the Hans P.
Kraus Collection of Hispanic American Manuscripts. (Washington, DC: Library of Congress, ), xxi. American Heritage