HISTORIES OF NEWARK, 1758-2008, SEVENTY-FIVE STORIES ABOUT NEWARK, DELAWARE, AND ITS CITIZENS. Deborah Haskell, in chief.

HISTORIES OF NEWARK, 1758-2008, SEVENTY-FIVE STORIES ABOUT NEWARK, DELAWARE, AND ITS CITIZENS.

(Lead Graffiti).
  • Newark, DE: Wallflowers Press, (2007).
  • 4to.
  • leather, title silver stamped on spine and front cover, top edge toned with acrylics, cloth sliipcase
  • 288 pages
  • ISBN: 9780979873805

Price: $500.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 129250

Limited to 12 numbered copies, slipcase deluxe edition. Published through Ray Nichols and Jill Cypher at their pre-Lead Graffiti Wallflowers Press. Table of contents. A collection of essays commemorating the 250th anniversary of the founding of Newark, Delaware. Paul Bauernschidt served as project director with editorial assistance by L. Rebecca Johnson Melvin and Shaun D. Mullen. With full leather case binding, bound by Don Rash, with a 1758 British silver half shilling coin inset into the front cover, with circular cutout inside front cover framing the coin. Title stamped in silver and gray on spine and front board. Blind impresions of silhouettes of the citizen photographs stamped into spine and covers, aligning with similar images throughout the text. Top edge toned with acrylics, and black ribbon marker. In oversize library box with 27 pieces of letterpress and other ephemera, including newspaper and magazine articles, posters, an unfolded dust jacket, and endsheets with historical maps of Newark.