Libro de Casa del Presbytero Don Joseph Mariano de Pineda
This book, kept during the period 1815-1839, appears to be a record of the religious services performed and payments received by a priest, who signs himself throughout as either Don Joseph Mariano de Pineda or Don Joseph Alexo Mariano de Pineda. The location of origin is presumably Peru, where the manuscript was acquired. The book begins with an alphabetical register followed by 86 numbered pages, some of which are blank.
- 1815 - 1839
- Pineda, Joseph Mariano de (Person)
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History of Joseph Mariano de Pineda Record Book
The Joseph Mariano de Pineda book probably originated in Peru. Don Joseph Mariano de Pineda may have been a religious leader that was called upon to perform religious services. The manuscript contains his personal notes and also keeps track of payments received.
Scope and Contents
The manuscript of Joseph Mariano de Pineda seems to be a record of religious services performed by Don Joseph Alexo Mariano de Pineda of Peru. The handwritten volume is bound in vellum and has a leather fastener on the front cover. There is a watermark of a bull on the paper. The manuscript contains an alphabetical list of names, presumably chronicling dates of religious services followed by payments received. The names listed appear to be organized alphabetically by first name. The book is written in prose and many pages are left blank between some entries and at the end of the manuscript.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
- Guide to the Joseph Mariano de Pineda Record Book
- Libro de Casa del Presbytero Don Joseph Mariano de Pineda
- Finding aid prepared by ksc, 2011 Finding aid encoded by cmh, 2011
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- Finding aid written in English.
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- Preferred citation
Guide to the Joseph Mariano de Pineda Record Book, Department of Special Collections, MS C304, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas Libraries