pastedown

paste·down

 (pāst′doun′)
n.
The portion of the endpaper that is pasted to the cover of a book.

pastedown

(ˈpeɪstˌdaʊn)
n
a portion of endpaper pasted to the cover of a book
Translations

pastedown

n (bookbinding) → Vorsatz m or nt, → Vorsatzblatt nt
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Works acquired in the 1890s begin "volume one," with "volume two" representing the turn of the century, and works from the early years of the twentieth century concluding in "volume three." Each volume contains a handwritten index on the front pastedown. The index lists the works in alphabetical order, sometimes with brief annotations after the title.
It was once a pastedown so perhaps it served in an original binding of this AW text, or at least the first quire.
Eaton B1.3 Bears a pastedown stating the circulating library's policies Annotated in pencil by pre-1868 readers, with a combination of doodled marginalia and comments on the novel n.
It now functions as the front pastedown in a volume that combines Gregory the Great, Epistolae (Augsburg: Gunther Zainer, not after 1477), and Henricus Jerung, Elucidarius Scripturarum (Nuremburg: Friderich Creussner, 1476).
P." drawing are the seeds of Hemingway's facility for minimalist nuance that would someday yield the "one true sentence" exercises now known as "Paris 1922." On the back inside pastedown, Hemingway articulates Platt's full name (emphasizing his initials with block capitals) with the all-capitals "MY TEACHER." Affection for "Mr.
the front pastedown of "one of Shelley's notoriously difficult
In addition to Wolfe's inscription dated 18 August 1935 from Colorado Springs, the book includes a bonus: "Affixed to the front pastedown, across from the inscription, is a rather good snapshot of Wolfe and a young man, presumably the recipient of the inscription.
Pastedown Endpaper [Essentially, this is a topical index to Ethics]:
The front pastedown of volume I reports that the National Convention had been informed early in September of the loss of Toulon to the English (Figure II, see final paragraph).
The catalogue's inconsistencies also extend to the handling of such technical material as Folger accession numbers: in some cases, Charteris appears to have confused accession dates and accession numbers, either of which might appear in pencil on the rear pastedown of a given volume (an example is V.b.281, whose actual accession number is 520630, not F.6.30.52), and has copied accession dates without standardizing their format (e.g.
(29) The front pastedown has Dygon's customary index, a largely accurate depiction of current contents in their current order (see further below) and must survive from the manuscript as he concluded it.
Webb, along with the words "particular property," and, very faintly on the rear pastedown, a signature of Frank Rodgers Webb.