005. Rare Books
The Pennsylvania Imprint Collection includes books published in Pennsylvania prior to 1850. The collection contains books printed in Lancaster, Philadelphia, and other counties in the region. Wickersham Pedagogical Collection began as the private library of James P. Wickersham, the second principal of the Normal School and one of the founders of Millersville University. Books on education published before 1900 continue to be added to the collection.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: 005-Wick. 370 A224 1831
Identifier: 005-Wick. 438.6 R259
Abstract German readers.
Identifier: 005-HV508 .Z9 no.240
Abstract Printed by Henry B. Ashmead (George Street above Eleventh), Philadelphia in 1855
Vindication of the separate system of prison discipline from the misrepresentations of the North America
Identifier: 005-Z240.P45 D67 P33x 1839
Abstract Attributed to Frederick Adolphus Packard in American Imprints.
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents This collection began as the private library of James P. Wickersham, the second principal of the Normal School and one of the founders of Millersville University. His estate donated the books to the library in 1892.