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THE HISTORY OF PRINTING FROM ITS BEGINNINGS TO 1930; THE SUBJECT CATALOGUE OF THE AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS COMPANY LIBRARY IN THE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES.
First edition. Introduction by Kenneth A. Lohf. Monumental work reproducing nearly 45,000 cards from the Catalogue of the American Type Founders Company Library, the largest library in this subject area in the country. With over 2000 subject headings, this is an essential reference book for anyone interested in the book arts. It describes the excellent type specimen collection that was created by merging the ATF collection and the holdings of Columbia.
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CHARGES AND EXTRACTS OF CHARGES ON MORAL AND RELIGIOUS SU...
by Rush, Jacob
First edition (Sabin 74250; Shaw and Shoemaker 5005). Contains sections on the observation of the Sabbath, profanity, gambling, etc. Laid-in is an ornate older bookmark in the shape of a cross, composed of tiny crosses cut out of paper, though some are missing. Front cover separated, back cover mostly separated, wear and rubbing/paper loss on extremities. Front cover detached; back cover almost detached. Wear along edges.