Dr. Edward Wilson-Lee

author of “The Catalogue of Shipwrecked Books”

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Author of a recent biography of Hernando Colón, “The Catalogue of Shipwrecked Books.”

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A massive library catalog filled with summaries of thousands of books from more than 500 years ago, many of which no longer exist, has just surfaced in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Hernando Colón’s lost library catalog has been rediscovered

A massive library catalog filled with summaries of thousands of books from more than 500 years ago, many of which no longer exist, has just surfaced in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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