October 10, 2015

What Were The Most Accessed Volumes in the HathiTrust Database (July 2014)?

The following hyperlinked chart appears in the Update on July 2014 Activities published online today by HathiTrust.

HathiTrust’s Most Accessed Books, July 2014

Advanced accounts; a manual of advanced book-keeping, by R.N. Carter.
Coffee processing technology, v. 1, by Michael Sivetz and H. Elliott Foote.
Hortus gallicus pro Gallis in Gallia scriptus…, Symphoriano Ca[m]pegio … authore; [Analogia medicinarum indaru[m] et gallicaru[m]
Quintus Curtius [History of Alexander], Vol. 2, with an English translation by John C. Rolfe.
Pearson’s magazine. v.5 no.4 (Apr. 1901).
The Human Figure, by John H. Vanderpoel.
Kinematics and dynamics of plane mechanisms, by Jeremy Hirschhorn.
Consumption of the Lungs and Kindred Diseases, Treated and Cured by Kerosene, by Charles Oscar Frye.
Roster of the Confederate soldiers of Georgia, 1861-1865, v.3.
Quintus Curtius [History of Alexander], Vol. 1, with an English translation by John C. Rolfe.
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