2 edition of Esmond Samuel de Beer, 1895-1990 found in the catalog.
Esmond Samuel de Beer, 1895-1990
by All Souls College
Written in English
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Esmond de Beer, Wenceslaus Hollar, and William Dugdale: The Antiquarian Recording of Old St Paul’s Collard, Judith Judith Collard A copy of William Dugdale's History of St Paul's Cathedral in London, from its foundation until these times was given to the University of Otago Library by Esmond de Beer, an important. Esmond Samuel de Beer (), New Zealand scholar, editor, collector, bibliophile and philanthropist Wolfgang "Teddy" de Beer (b. ), German footballer who played as a goalkeeper from to , member of the West Germany U National Team in
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Dunedin-born Esmond de Beer () was an eminent scholar of John Evelyn and wrote the definitive edition of Evelyn’s Diary (). De Beer lived most of his adult life in London but donated many of his books to the University of Otago and it is him we must thank for most of the Evelyn titles in Special : Romilly Smith. Esmond Samuel de Beer ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article avid collector Willi Fels, from whom he developed a love of books. The De Beers moved to London in when Esmond's father Isidore was made manager of.
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Esmond Samuel de Beer (15 September – 3 October ) was a New Zealand scholar, editor, collector, bibliophile and philanthropist. He was born in Dunedin, Otago on 15 September De Beer was the grandson of Dunedin businessman Bendix Hallenstein, founder of Hallenstein Bros., a major New Zealand retailer, and nephew of avid collector Willi Fels, from whom he developed a love of books.
Info. Number of pages: Publication date: ISBN number: hbk. Author: John Simmons. "This memoir originated in a short essay on Esmond de Beer which will be published by the Hakluyt Society in its th anniversary volume in "--Acknowledgments. Esmond de Beer was born in New Zealand.
de Beer, Esmond Samuel: letter () Letter from Esmond Samuel de Beer of 31 Brompton Square, London to [Dr John Henry Pyle] Pafford, 11 Apr Concerning de Beer's edition of the lett Senate House Library, University of London: Esmond Samuel de Beer was born in Dunedin Esmond Samuel de Beer 15 Septemberthe second son and fourth child of Isidore Samuel de Beer and his wife, Emily Hallenstein.
His father became a director of Hallenstein Brothers. This company, founded by his maternal grandfather, Bendix Hallenstein, provided Esmond and his sisters with a life free from financial constraints.
Esmond de Beer () was an historian and editor, who continued this work of preservation and the sharing of knowledge begun by earlier scholars through his support of scholarship, publishing, and libraries both in New Zealand and Great Britain. Esmond Samuel de Beer (), Historian and benefactor.
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Make a donation Close. List Thumbnail. Sort by. Esmond Samuel de Beer. by Walter Bird. Esmond Samuel de Beer was born in Dunedin on 15 Septemberthe second son and fourth child of Isidore Samuel de Beer and his wife, Emily Hallenstein.
Dunedin. Aged 6, at home in Dunedin Esmond would sit reading Shakespeare rather than go out to play. He tells us that at his first school—a private preparatory school attached to Selwyn College—I handled older books’ (Michael Strachan, Esmond de Beer (),p.
14). These belonged to the collection of William Arderne Shoults now very. Central Library: Books: DA/3/D42/SW Esmond Samuel de Beer, obituary notices and a bibliography.
Oxford [England]: J.S.G. Simmons, c Limited edition of copies only. Special Collections: CT//D42/ER7. Meissen cup and saucer donated to the Otago Museum by Esmond de Beer. The diary of John Evelyn: Introduction and De vita propria, Vol. 1 1st Edition by John Evelyn (Author), Esmond Samuel de Beer (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Authors: John Evelyn, Esmond Samuel de Beer.
Esmond De Beer, a 20th century gentleman scholar and giving Christmas book tokens for my children. Dr de Beer served on many committees, such as the Society of Antiquaries, the Hakluyt Society, the Historical Association and was a trustee of the National Portrait Gallery, and would show me rare volumes he was using from the London Library.
If praise from Clarence S. Brigham wasn't enough, the next letter was from the scholar, editor, collector, and librarian, Esmond Samuel de Beer ().
De Beer is best remembered for his Clarendon Press editions of The Diary of John Evelyn and The Correspondence of John Locke. De Beer is a Dutch and Afrikaans surname, meaning "the bear".
It can refer to: Cornelius de Beer [ es ] (c–), Dutch painter and engraver active in Spain; son of Joos Esmond Samuel de Beer (–), New Zealand bibliophile, art collector and philanthropist. Esmond de Beer was born in Dunedin on 15 Septemberthe son of Isidore Samuel de Beer, a director of Hallenstein Brothers, and grandson of Bendix Hallenstein, founder of the company.
In his father was appointed to run Hallenstein’s office in London, and the family settled permanently in England. The Diary of John Evelyn by De Beer, E.S. (ed) Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In good all round condition.
Dust Jacket in good condition. Evelyn, John; Beer, Esmond Samuel de. Published by Oxford University Press. ISBN ISBN De Beer, Esmond Samuel, Goldie, Mark. title. John Locke: selected correspondence / edited by Mark Goldie from the Clarendon edition by E.S.
de Beer. The result of Goldie's choice of letters and of the generally excellent editorial material which surrounds them is a book not only in which one might browse with pleasure but also. Esmond Samuel De Beer.
The development of the Online Cenotaph is an ongoing process; updates, new images and records are added weekly. Papers of Esdmond Samuel de Beer (), historical scholar and editor. Biographical / Historical Esmond Samuel de Beer () was the editor of John Evelyn's diary and John Locke's letters.
Book Author(s) John Evelyn, Esmond Samuel De Beer Date Publisher Clarendon Press Pub place Oxford. Preview. This item appears on. List: HR Pain: A Short History Section: Week 19 Reading Next: Cesare Beccaria's Of Crimes and Punishments Previous: Full text of "Beloved Son Felix".
Butler, Samuel, [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 3 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: ,) The later life of Samuel Butler / by E.S. De Beer De Beer, Esmond Samuel, [ Book: ] At University of Sydney.
This resource is very relevant to your query (score.Esmond Samuel de Beer – THE BRITISH ACADEMY possesses neither an achievement of arms nor a motto. Were it to make good what some might consider to be chinks in its armour it would be hard put to it to match the regal dignity of the coat of its sister Academy, the Royal Society, or the rigour of that Society’s Nullius in verba motto.Dunedin-born Esmond de Beer () was an eminent scholar of John Evelyn and wrote the definitive edition of Evelyn’s Diary ().
De Beer lived most of his adult life in London but donated many of his books to the University of Otago and it is him we must thank for most of the Evelyn titles in Special Collections.