Very Good. Item #6497
Wroclaw (Breslau): Ferdinand Hirt, KGL. Universitäts- und Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1909-1911. Quarto; Vol 25 xii + 313pp; Vol 26 xi + 402pp; each volume indexed separately. Original broché quartos with card covers united in institutional reference binding with pale rust canvas spine; shelving info on paper spine label. Clay-colored panels in heavy stock. Entirely in German.
Terminal pages of each volume have been repaired with archival paper, undoubtedly at the moment of institutional binding. Minimal foxing; some flattened creases. Textblocks unmarred and unmarked.
Volumes 25 and 26, covering Silesian secular and religious schooling from the Middle Ages through the 16th-century Reformation, with a particular focus on Wroclaw (Breslau), are part of the 36-volume Codex Diplomaticus Silesiae, issued over the course of 75 years between 1857 and 1933.
"Der Universität Breslau zum Hundertjährigen Jubiläum überreicht vom verein für Geschichte Schlesiens" ["Presented to the University of Wroclaw for Its Centennial by the Association for the History of Silesia"].
Bauch (1848-1924) was noted as a historian focusing on Humanism, pedagogy, and educational institutions in Silesia.