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ID no. of Person BETA bioid 2745
Name Lessing J. Rosenwald (nac. Chicago 1891-02-10)
Sex hombre
Milestones nac. Chicago 1891-02-10 (Wikipedia)
muerte 1979-06-24 (LC)
Owner of copid 1163 Ed.: Washington: Congress (LC) (Rare Book - Rosenwald), Incun. 1491 .S25 Rosenwald Coll (1491-05-13). Rodrigo Sánchez de Arévalo, obispo de Palencia, Espejo de la vida humana (tr. Desconocido), traducido 1491 ad quem .
copid 1182 Ed.: Washington: Congress (LC) (Rare Book - Rosenwald), Incun. 1499 .V5 Rosenwald Coll (1499-08-08). Enrique de Aragón, marqués de Villena, Doce trabajos de Hércules (tr. Enrique de Aragón, marqués de Villena), traducido 1417-09-29 .
copid 1480 Ed.: Washington: Congress (LC) (Rare Book - Rosenwald), Incun. 1499 .V5 Rosenwald Coll (1499-08-08). Juan de Lucena, protonotario, Diálogo de vita beata, escrito 1463 .
copid 1496 Ed.: Washington: Congress (LC) (Rare Book - Rosenwald), Incun. X .L84 Rosenwald Coll (1496 a quo - 1499 ad quem). Luis de Lucena, Repetición de amores, escrito 1499 ca. ad quem .
copid 1578 Ed.: Washington: Congress (LC) (Rare Book - Rosenwald), Incun. 1492 .M47 Rosenwald Coll (1492-06-30). Fernando Mejía, veinticuatro de Jaén, Nobiliario vero, escrito 1477-04 - 1485-05-15 .
copid 1768 Ed.: Washington: Congress (LC) (Rare Book - Rosenwald), Incun. 1489 .T6 Rosenwald Coll (1489). Alfonso de la Torre, Visión deleitable, escrito 1440 ca.
copid 2092 Ed.: Bibermühle Ramsen: Antiquariat Bibermühle, olim Beaumont ~ Archambault ~ Rosenwald ~ Library of Congress ~ Sexton ~ Hamill & Barker ~ Lake (1494-10-24). Giovanni Boccaccio, De las mujeres ilustres en romance (tr. Desconocido), traducido 1494-10-24 ad quem .
copid 2602 Ed.: Washington: Congress (LC) (Rare Book - Rosenwald), PQ4483 .L3618 Rosenwald Coll (1512-12-20). Francesco Petrarca, Los seis triunfos (tr. Antonio de Obregón), traducido 1512-12-20 ad quem .
copid 3677 Ed.: Washington: Congress (LC) (Rare Book - Rosenwald), PQ6413.M2 T7 (1506-05-05). Juan de Mena, Laberinto de fortuna, escrito 1444-02-22 .
copid 4067 Ed.: Washington: Congress (LC) (Rare Book - Rosenwald), PQ6426 .A1 1523 Rosenwald Coll (1523). Fernando de Rojas, alcalde de Talavera de la Reina… Tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea, escrito 1502 ad quem .
manid 1857 Ed.: Washington: Congress (LC) (Rare Book - Rosenwald), Incun. 1494 .L5 Rosenwald Coll. Zaragoza: Pablo Hurus, 1494-10-02. Andrés de Li, Tesoro de la pasión, escrito 1494-10-02 ad quem.
manid 2431 Ed.: Washington: Congress (LC) (Rare Book - Rosenwald), Incun. 1494 .B53 PQ6321.C16. Zaragoza: Pablo Hurus, 1494-04-15. Bidpai, Ejemplario contra los engaños y peligros del mundo (tr. Desconocido), traducido 1493-03-30 ad quem.
manid 5923 Ed.: Washington: Congress (LC) (Rosenwald Collection), BT600.P445 1526. Toledo: Miguel de Eguía, 1526. Miquel Peres, La vida y excelencias y milagros de la sacratísima virgen María (tr. Desconocido), traducido 1516 ca. ad quem.
References (most recent first) Wikipedia (inglés) (2001-)
Note LC: “During Mr. Rosenwald's lifetime the collection was housed in his private gallery, the Alverthorpe Gallery in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania. Not long after his death on June 24, 1979, the collection was brought to Washington and is available for consultation in the Rare Book and Special Collections Division. The division houses a card catalog containing author entries for the books and manuscripts in the collection.”
Internet http://www.loc.gov/rr/rarebook/coll/211.html Library of Congress visto 2015-09-19
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lessing_J._Rosenwald Wikipedia visto 2015-09-19
Record Status Created 1990-05-05
Updated 2015-09-19