- 1700 - 1960
- Simpson, Edward Cyril, 1894-1979
Includes bookplates belonging to: John Willison (Dundee); Alexander Allan (Glasgow); John William Scott; J S Anderson (Glasgow); James Colquhoun, Rossdhu, Luss.); Rev. Fergus Ferguson (Dalkeith); Thomas Davidson (Glasgow) (3); Alexander Harvey (Govanhaugh), Alexander S Finlay, Matilde Monsalvatje, Joseph Monsalvatje, Aug. F Amman (3); Mr L McPherson, Frederick Wainwright Bradlee, Major General W Paterson, Joan Wilson; Right Hon. Algernon Capell, George C Foster, John Gregory M'Kirdy (Birkwood), John Paton; E S Peacock (Northorpe); Thomas James Arnold; W M Miller; R S Tomlin; Edward Hailstone (Horton Hall); Rev J Jenkins (Kerry); S P Cruger; Fra. Cox; David H Morgan (Uddingston); Lieut. Col. E W Blunt-Mackenzie, Castle Leod Strathpeffer; Mountblairy (2); Samuel Bull; Frederick W Bancroft; Mr Hall; Misses Kibble; Francis Drake; William Wilson, surgeon; J Hadfield; S Hanbury; Wm H & Katharine P Burnham; Henry Bickersteth (Lincoln's Inn) (3); Mertoun; John Murison; Samuel Crompton (Gainsbrough); Mrs Jenkins (Crosswood); Geo F Laing; Miss Kelso (Frankville); James Napier; Mr Stodart; iss M Grant (1809); Revd Thomas Brown (Dalkeith): John Leadbetter (Erichtbank); D Peareth (Workington); George Arnold Esq (1806); Jac B Hamilton; Charles Clark; Charles B Wilson; John Gough (2); Geo L Shackles; Mr Hall; Miss Mary Blair (1784); A D Brands (Forres) (2); J A Dixon; A Lindsay Miller; Col Baillie; Thomas Davidson (Glasgow); R G Scotland; George Thompson (Glasgow); A Drunis Tomm; Mr J Blackwood (Greenshields); Edward Thomas Monro; Wm Burns; James Izzard; Geo F Laing; Alan Stevenson (Bachelor of Law); A Mackinlay MacArthur; William Euing; J O'Callighan; Sir James Colquhoun; Elizabeth Fletcher; G Gardiner; John Charleson, B D; George Graham; Jas Bogle jnr; George Smith LLD; R Clark; Moses Buchanan.
Complements the Andersen Bookplate Collection in the Auckland Public Library. Auckland's collection has a greater New Zealand content, whilst the Alexander Turnbull Library's collection, has more emphasis on Australian bookplates.
Quantity: 140 b&w art print(s) (approximately).
Physical Description: Prints, black and white, approximately 140.
Finding Aids: Inventory with the collection in Ephemera Room..
Provenance: Donated by Mr E C Simpson, Karori, in August 1968.
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- 140 b&w art print(s) (approximately), Bookplates, Engravings, Prints, black and white, approximately 140., Orientation: Vertical image
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