I.T.U. COURSE OF INSTRUCTION IN PRINTING
Loosely inserted is a typed letter from W.B. Prescott, Secretary of the I.T.U. to theTtypographische Mededeelingen dated 1911 commenting on this booklet and stating "While the frontispiece is what we consider a very fine specimen of printing, the examples given in the body of the booklet are intended to show the improvement in the every-day work of students, which they freely credit to the influence of the course ..."
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KATALOG OVER DET KONGELIGE BIBLIOTEKS INKUNABLER.
by Madsen, Victor
Bibliography of the incunabula in this library. The Introduction (Danish and English) is bound in at the start of volume III. Some splitting of and minor water damage to spines, minor tearing of edges. Volumes I and VI disbound, also partially volume III. First bifolium of VI detached.