GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM, A REPRESENTATIVE AMERICAN PUBLISHER
First edition. Putnam (1814-1872) "was arguably the most important American publisher of the nineteenth century." Based on a study of Putnam's papers.
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CLEARING NEW GROUND, THE LIFE OF JOHN G. TOWNSEND, JR.
by Carter, Richard B.
Limited to 250 numbered copies signed by the author. A scarce biography of this Delaware Senator and businessman. Reproduced from typescript. Illustrated. A reprint has now been produced of this book in a smaller format.