The second part (II. Band) of a diary maintained by the commander of the Austro-Hungarian 13th Field Artillery Brigade during WWI
Title and author from fol. 1r
Binding: Contemporary green cloth.
Origin: Presumably composed in several locations, mostly in Romania, based city names on folded wax sheet following fol. 1 and subsequent leaves. -- Date from entries which begin 3 August 1917 and end 3 November 1918.
Provenance: Bookseller ticket on front pastedown: " Papierhandlung ... Alois Herber".
Former shelfmark: MS 940.91322 Au78t (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library)
Shelfmark: Urbana, Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Post-1650 MS 230.
Pencil inscription on front free endpaper recto: "Francis Edwards 1-3263283".
Ink stamps at the head of most recto leaves reads: "K. k. 13. Feldartilleriebrigadekommando".
Letter (two leaves) dated 14 October 1933 from A.W. Linssenden to Lt. Col. Dawson laid-in after fol. 1; contains historical information concerning the 13th and their engagements in Romania; removed to item folder.
Manuscript enumeration (1-205) present in upper fore-edge corners.
Fols. 105-107 and 114-150 blank.
Link to catalog record: https://i-share-uiu.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CARLI_UIU/gpjosq/alma99275020412205899