A forum for people with knowledge of the Bible in its original languages to discuss its manuscripts and textual history from the perspective of historic evangelical theology.
Thanks for posting this, Peter. This is truly exciting to see. I knew Melissa and others were working on this, but hadn't seen the final product. This will be a much needed resource for Greek NT mss in the US. Kenneth Clark's 1937 descriptive list did a fine job describing the mss in the US, but three-quarters of a century later, much of it needs updating. A couple of years ago, I tried tracking down the Greek NT mss in the state of California (which I jokingly called my quest to find the western text of the NT), and I found lots of misinformation even in the Kurzgefasste Liste about ms locations. It will be very nice to check information further in this list. Thanks again for posting this.
I note that on page 37 it says that L. Franklin Gruber's collection is listed as untraced. I know where it went; it's at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, in the Gruber Rare Books Collection. Gruber was a president of one of LSTC's predecessor bodies. Access generally goes through Dr. Ralph Klein, one of our emeriti.
I wonder about the overlap (or lack) between this census and the CSNTM's work?