BIBLIOGRAPHICAL PROCEDURES & STYLE A MANUAL FOR BIBLIOGRAPHERS IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS.
McCrum, Blanche Prichard and Helen Dudenbostel Jones
A reprint of the 1954 edition and also including a list of abbreviations. The publication offers suggestions for planning and carrying through a bibliographical project, as well as provides the citation and reference style used by the General Reference and Bibliography Division of the Library of Congress. With the pencil signature of Gavin Bridson. Covers rubbed.
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ABSOLUTE WISDOM OR QUEEN'S OWL TAKEN FROM A WOOD.
According to Library of Congress, this etching in color was produced in England and drawn and etched by Richd. Dighton (date unknown). A cut down version of this print appears on the National Portrait Gallery's website where they date it circa 1817-1825.