A REMEDY FOR DISAPPEARING GAME FISHES.
Hoover, Herbert Clark
Limited to an edition of 990. This speech was delivered during Hoover's tenure as Secretary of Commerce and was his inaugural address upon assuming the position of president of the Izaak Walton League of America. The book is the first publication of the Huntington Press and was designed and printed at the Harbor Press in Granjon type on Worthy Hand and Arrows paper. Bound in boards with marble paper designed by Douglas Cockerel. Foreword about Hoover as a man rather than a president by French Strother. 6 woodcuts, one of which is in green ink, by Harry Cimino. Edges tanned and worn, spine sunned, cloth at spine fraying.
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First edition. An excellent history of publishing in the United States. Each volume covers a different chronological period. Presentation from the author on free endpaper of volumes 1 "for Mark- with admiration and affection John, "and in volume 3 "for Mark with affection, admiration and very best wishes, John, Southbury, MA, Dec 9, 1978." From the library of Mark Carroll. Clipped newspaper obituaries of Alfred Knopf inserted in volume 4 (which has foxed endpaper and pastedown. Well preserved set.