PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION, 1896-1946, WITH AN EPILOGUE
Kingsford, R. J. L.
History of this English trade association of publishers largely founded by Sir Frederick Macmillan. Essential in the study of bookselling in Britain during this period.
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by Eliot, George
This is the fake of the counterfeit edition produced in the United States [Todd 156c(3)]. Probably printed sometime around 1920, and it is uncertain who produced this fake. Unopened pages that are folded together.