ANNUAL REPORT OF THE MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF BOSTON.
Three annual reports of the Mercantile Library Association which illustrates the growth of the library, such as members, expenditures, additions made to some of the departments, etc. Being the 29th, 31st and 32nd annual reports. Each of the pamphlets are inscribed with a presentation on the front cover from an unknown party at the Mercantile Library. Covers soiled.
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PRINTING WEEK LIBRARY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN KEEPSAKES.
by Franklin, Benjamin
The Library of Keepsakes were published for thirty years (one was not issued in 1954) in celebration of Printing Week in New York and commemorating the birthday of Benjamin Franklin, printer. Set complete from 1953 to 1982. Each volume reprints text by Franklin, illustrated with delightful wood engravings by John Depol. The books represent a cooperative project. They were edited by Charles V. Morris and designed by Lewis F. White (1953-66), A. Burton Carnes (1967-75), and Maxwell J. Baumwell (1976-79). This set belonged to Ben Lieberman and three of the volumes are inscribed to the Liebermans by the designer, A. Burton Carnes.