William Poole would like to thank Carly Watson for providing the original transcription of the sale catalogue, and the Ludwig Fund of New College, Oxford, for funding this phase of the project and for also covering the initial costs of this website.

Felicity Henderson would like to thank Keith Moore, Rupert Baker, Joanna Corden, and Joanna McManus at the Royal Society, and the staff at the London Metropolitan Archives.

Yelda Nasifoglu would like to acknowledge the support of the Smithsonian Libraries where she began her research into Hooke’s annotations during her fellowship as a Dibner Library Resident Scholar in 2013. Her doctoral research has been supported by Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture, the Early Modern Conversions project and the School of Architecture at McGill University where she is currently a PhD candidate.

In our research regarding Hooke’s library, we are grateful for the assistance of:

Giles Mandelbrote,
at Antiquarian British Books, William Poole,
at the British Library, Karen Limper-Herz, Sandra Pearson, and the Rare Books staff,
at the British Museum, Kim Sloan,
at Christie’s, Gretchen Hause and Leslie Wong (Bridgeman)
at the Dibner Library, Smithsonian Institution, Lilla Vekerdy and Kirsten van der Veen,
at the Houghton Library, Harvard University, John Overholt and Susan Halpert,
at the London Metropolitan Archives, Wendy Hawke and Jeremy Smith,
at the National Library of New Zealand, Anthony Tedeschi,
at the Newberry Library, Carla Zecher,
at the Rosenfeld Management Library, UCLA, Arturo Esparza and Michael Oppenheim,
at the Sloane Printed Books Project, British Library, Alison Walker,
at University College London Library Services, Special Collections, Tabitha Tuckett and Gillian Furlong,
at the University of Cambridge Libraries, Anna Jones (Whipple) and Liam Sims (Rare Books),
at the University of Oxford, the Bodleian Library Special Collections staff and Jennifer Howard (Museum of the History of Science),
at the Royal College of Physicians, Peter Basham.