THE EVOLUTION OF CAMBRIDGE PUBLISHING.
First edition. The Sandars Lecture for 1954. Jacket soiled with tears.
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> PUBLISHING HISTORY
> UNITED KINGDOM
> SANDARS LECTURE
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> from the Inventory of Irving Oaklander, Part I
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> BENTLEY HOUSE AND THE EVOLUTION OF CAMBRIDGE PUBLISHING
> CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS; NOTES ON ITS HISTORY & DEVELOPMENT.
LOUIS HERMAN KINDER AND FINE BOOKBINDING IN AMERICA, A CH...
by Wolfe, Richard J. and Paul McKenna
S-K 7047. Limited to 325 copies. A history of this German born binder who worked for the Roycrofters from 1897 to 1911. The authors have included much unpublished material relating to Kinder and Hubbard, a rather complete catalogue of impressions of Kinder's bookbinding hand tools and illustrated fourteen bindings in full color. Another excellent Bird & Bull production. With prospectus loosely inserted.