HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF THE PITT PRESS ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF MR. PITT FOR THE USE OF THE UNIVERSITY PRINTING PRESS A.D. 1833, ALTERED AND RESTORED A.D. 1937.
Reprint of the first edition which was a Cambridge Christmas Book. Colored foldout frontispiece and 6 other plates in the text. Glue migration has stained the jacket along the spine; small holes in jacket.
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THE DESERT AS DWELLED ON.
by Powell, Lawrence Clark
Limited to 250 copies printed at the Press in the Gatehouse (Bradbury, Dawson, 49). A short book about the Californian desert and its life with seven illustrations by Don Perceval. Printed by William M. Cheney and bound by Bela Blau.