Otras Colecciones

Jesús Fernández Ejado (JFE)

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Jesús Fernández Ejado, farmacéutico en Frómista (Palencia), donde regentó hasta su jubilación la farmacia que había pertenecido durante generaciones a su familia, donó en dos fases (1995 y 2008) la biblioteca familiar, con predominio de títulos relacionados con la Farmacología y en menor medida libros religiosos, humanidades y literatura.

La donación constó de 66 títulos de publicaciones periódicas y cerca de 600 monografías, de las cuales se conservan en la Biblioteca General 448, atendiendo a su antigüedad, temática e incluso rareza, como curiosidades de literatura infantil y juvenil, y novelas románticas o folletines de las primeras décadas del siglo XX.

Todas las obras llevan en la portada un sello a modo de exlibris, que representa un tarro clásico de farmacia, con la inscripción «La botica vieja. Frómista. 1741-1988. Biblioteca».

Los libros de esta colección llevan la signatura BG/JFE y un número currens.

Irlandeses

According to the book by Teresa Santander Reseña sobre la Biblioteca y Archivo Universitarios (Review of the University Library and Archive) (1986), 3,834 works were added to the Library coming from the College of Archbishop Fonseca "when its restoration began" (p. 79). Since 1821 this building had been the home of the Colegio de los Irlandeses (Irish College), dedicated to the formation of the Irish Catholic clergy and governed by the Jesuits. When the latter were expelled, the Irish College benefited from the allotment of the books from the library of the Royal College

All books from this source were assigned number currens ranging from 135,000 to 142,100.

Torres Villarroel

Torres Villarroel library was acquired by the University of Salamanca in 1979 and consists of 2878 works in 3924 volumes, of which only 433 are prior to 1770, the year when Torres Villarroel died. This collection includes books from other sources such as the library of the University, suppressed colleges, and so on. We are therefore faced with a library in which nineteenth-century works corresponding to legal and philosophical-theological materials are predominant.

Data taken from Teresa Santander, Review of the Library and Archives University of Salamanca during the years 1974-1985, Salamanca 1986, pp. 50-52.

The books in this collection bear the notation BG / T and a number currens.

Norberto Cuesta

Norberto Cuesta Dutari (Salamanca, 1907-1989) was a professor of mathematics at the University of Salamanca. At his death he bequeathed his collection of books to the Library of the University, which was incorporated in 1989. While it consists mostly of scientific books related to the subjects he taught, there are also a number works of literature, history, etc. He also acquired antique books.

In addition to numerous publications devoted to his teaching subjects, he dedicated extensive work to a major figure in the teaching of mathematics in this University, Juan Justo García, a presbyter born in Zafra, vice-lecturer of algebra in the University of Salamanca since 1774 and creator of the College of Philosophy in 1792: El maestro Juan Justo García, presbítero natural de Zafra (1752-1830). Salamanca: Universidad de Salamanca, 1974.

The books in this collection bear the symbol BG / NCD and a number currens.

Araceli Mangas

The so called Araceli Mangas collection consists of 96 printed works that came from the Department of Public International Law in the Faculty of Law. They are from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and were incorporated into this library in 1991. Most of them cover subjects different from international law, like religion and others.

The books in this collection bear the notation BG / AM.

Derecho

In 2008, the old books —prior to 1831— that used to be in the Law School were added to the General Library. This collection consists of 862 printed volumes and some modern manuscripts.

The books in this collection bear the notation BG / DER and a number currens.