A CATALOG OF SPANISH RARE BOOKS (1701-1974) IN THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AND IN SELECTED NORTH AMERICAN LIBRARIES.
Laurenti, Joseph L.
American University Studies Series II: Romance Languages and Literature, Volume 12
An attempt to list all the Spanish rare books printed between 1701 and 1974 found in the Rare Book Room at the University of Illinois at the time of publication in 1984. This is a bibliographic record of the University's holdings useful for scholars and students researching primary sources on the subject of Spain. Very slight shelfwear on heel of spine.
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GRAFIKUS MÜVEZETOK EVKONYVE (YEARBOOK OF GRAPHIC TYPESETT...
by Müller, Sándor (editor)
Text in Hungarian. Complete set of the yearbook of the Hungarian Association of Graphic Typesetters. Each volume set in Art Deco style with pages ornamentally ruled. First two volumes with label on front board; third with gilt-stamped title and decoration. Each volume contains a calendar, articles about Hungarian graphic design and numerous color advertisements throughout. Listing of officers and members of the Association at end of each volume. Black and white illustrations accompany some articles. One color plate advertisement, two printed cards of commendation (one signed by editor) and an inset four-color print ad laid in first (1931) volume. Three plates (with three inset advertisements and three printed card of commendation laid in second (1932) volume. One engraved plate of advertisement and two printed cards of commendation laid in third (1933) volume. Boards of third volume lightly faded near edges and bottom front fore-edge corner dented. Light foxing in parts of text. Very scarce with only one set located by Worldcat (Library of Congress) and an odd volume at the Newberry Library.