‘Image to Text’: Mary Hamilton Papers
Project members: David Denison, Nuria Yáñez-Bouza
Number of texts/samples: 267 letters, ca. 132,000 words
Period: ca. 1750 – ca. 1820
Type of corpus: genre-specific (letters)
Status: Ongoing since 2011. Corpus transcription started in autumn 2013. Latest batch added in March 2017. More due in late spring 2017.
Corpus website: http://www.projects.alc.manchester.ac.uk/image-to-text/
Funding: G.L. Brook Bequest, Department of Linguistics and English Language, Centre for Heritage Imaging and Collection Care, the John Rylands Research Institute
Reference line and copyright
‘Image to Text’: Mary Hamilton Papers (ca. 1750 – ca. 1820). Compiled by David Denison and Nuria Yáñez-Bouza. Copyright 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 The University of Manchester.
Images provided by courtesy of the John Rylands Library under a Creative Commons licence (CC-BY-NC-SA).
Carla Seabra-Dacosta, Isabella Formisano (2017)
Isabella Formisano (2016)
Donald A. Morrison (2015)
George Bailey (2014)
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Availability and copyright
Free subscription, upon submission of an online registration form.
Ongoing project since 2011.
The letters transliterated so far are freely available on the project website. Links are added as texts are processed (with an asterisk for texts not yet fully proof-read). The text of the letters is presented side-by-side with the corresponding original digitised image. You can also switch between text and metadata. Full TEI/XML files (with metadata) and TXT files, in original-spelling and modernised plain-text versions, are freely available for non-profit use, on completion of an online registration form.
Users must agree to the access conditions stated in the User Agreement Form. Extracts from the letters may be quoted under normal conditions of fair use and must acknowledge the source. Copyright 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 The University of Manchester.
Images are provided under a Creative Commons licence (CC-BY-NC-SA). They can also be viewed on the Rylands Collection website.