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[Bookplate for Ecole polytechnique]
[Bookplate for Ecole polytechnique]
Title[Bookplate for Ecole polytechnique]
Date Created[between 1870 and 1929]
Sort Date1929
DescriptionIn black ink on thick pink paper with visible laid lines. Image includes a rectangular decorative border consisting of straight lines at the sides and more elaborate patterns in the corners surrounding 20 lines of text.
Extent1 bookplate : relief printing ; 6.3 x 8.1 cm
Subject - GeographicCanada
Personal NamesEcole polytechnique (Montréal, Québec)
TypeStill Image
NotesLikely produced in Montréal, this bookplate from the Bibliothèque de l'école Polytechnique de Montréal is similar to another bookplate housed in McGill's Phillipe Mason Ex Libris Collection which is also printed in black ink on pink paper, but differs in orientation (landscape as opposed to portrait) and has a different border and text. L'école Polytechnique de Montréal was officially founded in 1876 though the first sessions of the school began in 1874 with a series of lectures and seven students. It was the first engineering school in Québec and through the 19th and 20th centuries remained the largest engineering school in the province. In 1887 l'école Polytechnique de Montréal became incorporated into Laval University and in 1895 a provincial charter awarded the school independent financial and administrative status which it maintained through its subsequent affiliation with the University of Montréal in 1920. L'école Polytechnique de Montréal moved onto the University of Montréal campus on the northern face of Mount Royal in 1958 and as of 2010 is comprised of four main buildings: l'école Polytechnique de Montréal building, the Pierre Lassonde and Claudette Mackay Lassonde buildings, the J. Armand Bombardier Building, and the André Aisenstadt Building. The school offers programs at the certificate, undergraduate, and graduate levels, with a very strong focus on the applied sciences, including degree programs in engineering. The library is located in the Pierre Lassonde and Claudette Mackay Lassonde buildings and its collection specializes in applied science and technology.
1) 'Polytechnique Montréal.' École Polytechnique Montréal
2) 'École Polytechnique de Montréal.' The Encyclopedia of Canada. Ed. W. Stewart Wallace. Vol. 2. Toronto: University Associates of Canada, 1935. 260.
3) 'École Polytechnique de Montréal.' Wikipedia 19 October 2010
Access IdentifierBP MUR CAN I E365
Digital IdentifierBP_MUR_CAN_I_E365
Is Part OfRBSC Bookplates
SourceOriginal Format: University of British Columbia. Library. Rare Books and Special Collections. Thomas Murray Bookplates Collection. Leslie Binder. BP MUR CAN I E365
Date Available2012
Publisher - DigitalVancouver : University of British Columbia Library
RightsImages provided for research and reference use only. Permission to publish, copy, or otherwise use these images must be obtained from Rare Books and Special Collections:
TranscriptBIBLIOTHÈQUE DE L'ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE DE MONTRÉAL No. [rule] Vitrine [rule] Rayon [rule] I. Tenez les livres toujours couverts ; éviter de plier les feuilles ou d'écrire des- sus. Si vous perdez ou endommagez un ouvrage vous devrez en payer la valeur. II. Pour avoir de nouveaux livres, rap- portez ceux que vous aurez empruntes. Venez changer vos livres vous-même. N'oubliez pas de faire effacer les livres que vous emportez. Ne prêtez les livres à personne. III. Les ouvrages précieux ou compo- sés de plusieurs volumes ne sortent pas de l'École.. 1202 S 6. [CEDE PAR VE_ _ _ E].
TranslationPolytechnic Library Montreal No. [Rule] Case [Rule] Shelf [Rule] I. Always keep books covered ; avoid folding or writing on pages. If you lose or damage a work you must pay the value. II. To get a new book, return the books you have borrowed. Renew your books yourself. Do not forget to check out the books that you borrow. Do not lend books to anyone. III. Valuable books or books with multiple volumes do not leave the school.
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