Annotated Catalogue of the Peirce Papers by Richard S. Robin (Peirce Edition Project)
Table of Published Peirce Manuscripts (
The goal of the Scalable Peirce Interpretation Network (SPIN) is to develop a model environment for distributed collaboration that can support an international network of researchers, students, and citizen scholars in cooperative efforts to encode and interpret handwritten manuscripts, including those of high complexity. As our testbed, we plan to use the "Logic Notebook" that Charles Sanders Peirce, the founder of Pragmatism, kept as the seedbed and greenhouse for his ideas together with related sets of manuscripts in logic and semiotics. [….]The work, spearheaded by Jeffrey Brian Downard, is underway and many manuscript pages and transcriptions are viewable there.
|MS 339D.664 (PDF)
(Same page as Houghton's 339, sequence 676)
|A late definition of "sign" (1909) that expresses Peirce's view of it as functioning as a surrogate|
|MS 339D.663 (PDF)
(Same page as Houghton's 339, sequence 675)
|A transcription of this document (PDF)|
|Heather D. Pfeiffer's erstwhile PORT mirror site
http://conceptualstructures.org/PORT/port.htmlBut see it via the Wayback Machine. The site is gone but I'm keeping the original links for a while to help ensure that the Wayback Machine archives its liveweb versions of the linked pages.
|MS 145 (p. 19H only, largest version ~1.6mb) & samples (16). JPEGs.
To be seen via the Wayback Machine:
MS 145 (p. 19H only, largest version ~1.6mb) & samples (16). JPEGs.
• PORT Workshop, ICCS2005, Kassel, Germany: Added Information for the Workshop and the page via the Wayback machine
• PORT Workshop, ICCS2004, Huntsville, Alabama: Report from the Workshop and the page via the Wayback machine
|PORT at Grupo de Estudios Peirceanos
|MSS 145, 460, 462, 464, & 507.
Links to 75kb–100kb JPEGs.
Annotations. Says the MS labeled "145" should be labeled "145s".
|PORT at Jay Zeman's site
http://web.clas.ufl.edu/users/jzeman/(Once there, click on "Peirce Contents" in the left sidebar.)
|MS 145 & MS 460.
Lead to links to ~160kb JPEG images, ~20mb TIF images, & transcriptions.
|PORT at Frithjof Dau's site
28 images (paired low- and high-resolution images of each page).
|and (via the Wayback Machine) at|
PORT at Jean-Marc Orliaguet's Computer Semiotics site
MSS 145, 460, 462, 464, 507, & samples.
In DjVu format (install a DjVu viewer). The rulers have been cropped out. MS 460 seems to be missing.
|Bill Tepfenhart's home page
|MSS 145, 460, 462, 464, 507, & samples.
Links to JPEG images in low and high (~1mb) resolutions. Clicking to see a low-resolution image triggers a Norton 360 warning of malware; clicking to see a high-resolution image does not.
|Andrea Dirsch-Weigand's pages at Darmstadt
|MSS 145, 460, 462, 464, 507.
JPEG images in low and high (~1.5mb) resolutions.
Some page images are missing - anyway the links don't work. Try the option "Want to search for all archived pages under...?" that the Wayback Machine offers when a link comes up empty.
|PORT's earlier IUPUI site location
|MS 145 & samples.
Wayback Machine does not currently have the image link page available.
Note from B.U.: I saved an image and, for some reason, my computer gave me the sole option of saving it as a .bmp file, but I just typed the old filename including its correct extension (which happend to be .jpeg) into the popup window and was able to save it properly.