THE FUTURE FOR BOOKS IN AMERICA.
Reproduced from The English Journal of March 1945.
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GUILFORD & GREEN
by Morris, Henry
Limited to 210 numbered copies. (Taylor A9). The first part of the book describes a visit made by Henry Morris to J. Barcham Green, the famous hand papermaking firm in England. Gives a history of the firm and reproduces correspondence between William Morris and Joseph Batchelor regarding production of paper. The second section of the book reprints a number of letters written by Nathan Guilford during a trip to Kentucky in the early part of the 19th century. The interesting series of letters provides real insight into life in the States. Loosely inserted is a dust jacket made up of paper that was not used for the cover with a piece of the paper folded and inserted in a pocket in the back of this jacket .