BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LOUIS ROUND WILSON"."
Thornton, Mary Lindsay
Volume XII, July 1942, No. 3
From The Library Quarterly, Volume XII, July 1942, No. 3. Paperback version of Louis Round Wilson: Papers in Recognition of a Distinguished Career in Librarianship. Louis Round Wilson was one of the most sought after surveyers of libraries who had helped large libraries organize and catalog their collections to make them more accessible. This issue of The Library Quarterly contains a collection of essays and testimonials on his contributions to the field of librarianship, along with a bibliography of his works. Library stamp on front cover. Covers and edges worn. Creasing on spine with close tears on ends. Unopened.
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First edition (S-K 7561). Historical-novelistic sketches of twelve bookbinders, including Bruder Godfrid and Roger Payne. From the reference library of the Zaehnsdorf Company with a commemorative booklabel loosely inserted. With the bookplate of the Zaehnsdorf Company. Rubbed along hinges.