The McMaster Collection

This collection includes books scanned from The McMaster Collection mass digitization project. A Dublin Core record of the book will be available for each book, along with a pdf for local campus users. Primary library collections being prepared for scanning are, 18th Century Fiction, Russell Library. Rare books from Research Collections that are being considered are: Dialogo di Galileo Galilei Linceo [Galileo’s Dialogue], 1632; Sir Isaac Newton, Opticks, or A treatise of the reflexions, refractions, inflexions and colours of light, 1704; H.G. Wells, The Time Machine, first edition, 1895, autographed; Bernard Freeman Trotter, A Canadian Twilight and Other Poems of War and of Peace, 1917; D.H. Lawrence, Women in Love, Privately printed for subscribers only, 1920 [i.e., 1922] autographed.