RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE AMERICAN BOOK COMMUNITY
Cole, John Y. (editor)
A collection of papers presented at the seminars "Private and Public Responsibilities of the American Publisher" and "The Co-Responsibilities of American Publishers and Booksellers" held April 4-5, 1979 and April 25, 1980, respectively, and at the PEN symposium of January 1980 and the U.S. Senate Hearings: Publishers, Authors, and Booksellers in March 1980. The topics of these papers relate to the changing relations between authors, publishers, and booksellers in the twentieth century. Announcement of this book laid-in. Two cracks at spine, scuffed along rear wrapper near spine, some shelf wear.
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> PUBLISHING HISTORY, TWENTIETH CENTURY
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> UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON D.C.
> COLE, JOHN Y.
> LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
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INTERNATIONAL ART PAST AND PRESENT.
by Yockney, Alfred
12 parts in 3 volumes, complete, orignally sold to subscribers only. New York Public Library catalogue dates this work circa 1915. Each part includes ten 6.5 x 10 inch color tipped-in plates reproducing a significant painting in Western art history, each on 11.5 x 15 inch colored art paper with a captioned tissue guard. One plate in part One is a frontispiece. The sets of ten plates in each volume are complete. Front wrapper of each part decorated with Art Nouveau "leaf and vine" decor with stags and scrolls, including title and publisher, on green art paper with black titles. 160 pages of text. An index of artists at the conclusion of part Twelve. Edges of each part slightly worn. Slipcases lightly dented at corners and rubbed at edges.