IN-HOUSE TYPESETTING. . .WEIGH THE FACTS.
Birkett, William H.
The pros and cons of in-house typesetting, mainly an economic analysis. Biographical sketch of the author, table of contents, endnotes. Brochures, a newspaper clipping and correspondence laid in.
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THE BLAME OF KIRK-BURIALL, TENDING TO PERSWADE CEMITERIAL...
by Birnie, William.
Limited to 100 copies printed. Inscribed by Editor to Thos. Sharp. Nicely executed facsimile of this rare pamphlet, with an informative introduction by Turnbull. Covers a little faded and rubbed at extremities. Bookplate of Philip Sperling.Signed binding by R. Nelson.