THE SCHOOLING OF AN EDITOR.
Fourteenth of the R. R. Bowker Memorial Lectures
Edward Weeks was the editor of The Atlantic Monthly from 1938 to 1966. Worn on the edges with a chip at the heel of the spine.
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JOHN DEPOL, A CATALOGUE RAISONNÉ OF HIS GRAPHIC WORK, 193...
by Fraser, James Howard & Eleanor Friedl (editors)
First edition, limited to 400 copies. A survey of renowned printmaker and book illustrator John DePol. DePol made memorable contributions to publications of the Allen Press, Hammer Creek Press, Pickering Press, Red Ozier Press, Stone House Press and Yellow Barn Press. His handsome wood engravings are represented here by 60 single-color and 34 two-color illustrations. Foreword by Donald R. Fleming, preface by John Dreyfus and a biographical essay by Catherine Tyler Brody. Designed and printed by James Wehlage of the Tuscan Press. The text is composed in Adobe Caslon and printed letterpress; illustrations and captions are printed offset. The cover boards are decorated with a pattern adapted from a design engraved by John DePol.