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Apuntes para formar un discurse sobre el mal y el bien de Espanã, escrite de orden del rey de las Sicilias, monarca presunte de las Espanás

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS C16
Overview

Notes to form a speech on the "evil and good" of Spain, written from Naples by Miguel Antonio de la Gándara at the order of Carlos III, king of Spain (1716-1788). Gándara (1719-1783) was a priest born in the Liendo Valley (Cantabria), Spain, who participated in the Concordat of 1753 between Spain and Pope Benedict XIV.

Dates: July 5, 1759

Copies of treaties, letters, decrees, ambassador’s reports, etc, concerning the succession of the throne of Spain

 Collection
Call Number: MS E236
Overview

Collection of contemporary texts concerning Spanish politics, both manuscript and printed: 811 items bound in 1 volume.

Dates: approximately 1700-1715

Francisco de Salzedo devotional book

 Collection
Call Number: MS B50
Overview Devotional book kept and in part written by Francisco de Salzedo. The first part is titled "Cartilla de la doctrina religiosa" and includes at the end a parallel between the canonical hours and the hours of Christ's passion; a Latin poem beginning "Matutina ligat Christum"; and the meaning of the Mass. The second part, entitled "Consejos y documentos espirituales pertenecientes & la Mystica Theologia" by Pedo de la Piftuela contains 7 tracts on prayer, meditation, and the amorous union...
Dates: copied 1744

Historical documents of the Convento de la Madre de Dios

 Collection
Call Number: MS C238
Overview This book contains memoranda from the Convento de la Madres deo Dios in Torrelaguna (Toledo archdiocese, province of Madrid). It includes notarial transcriptions of documents that the monastery found it necessary to remember, jottings of events, inventories, etc., added to cover the history of the monastery. It appears to have been destroyed in 1809, during the Peninsular War between Bourbon Spain and Napoleon Bonaparte; it was suppressed in 1835 under a royal decree suppressing monasteries...
Dates: approximately 1520 - [early 19th century]

Museum sive selecta biblioteca…

 Collection
Call Number: MS E41
Overview

Handwritten library catalog of Pedro Nuñez de Guzmán, 3rd Marques de Montealegre, who flourished around 1668. Incomplete, apparently volume 1 of 2. It ends with equivalent of leaf 132 verso of the printed version. Either copied from printed version or from a common source, this volume does not include a title-page (in Spanish) of printed version or its preface, or table of headings, or the addena (Diferencia) printed at the end of part 2.

Dates: after 1677 (18th century?)

Personal Papers of Marilyn Stokstad

 Collection
Call Number: PP 470
Overview

Marilyn Stokstad joined the Art History faculty at the University of Kansas in 1958 and led the department in several roles before earning emerita status as the Judith Harris Murphy Distinguished Professor of Art History. This collection of her papers includes notes, chapters, and proofs for the textbook Art History, family history and photographs, personal and professional correspondence, and reports and notes related to the University of Kansas.

Dates: 1929 - 2016

Stuart de Rothesay collection of Spanish peace-treaties, diplomatic reports, etc.

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS C106
Overview

Printed pamphlets and newsletters, etc., bound together with manuscript items, regarding Spanish political relations with other European countries. Places covered by the volume include Seville, Madrid, Rome, Brussels, Vienna, London, Brixen, and Konigsgraz.

Dates: compiled approximately 1782?