CHANGING PATTERNS IN THE FUNCTION OF TRAVEL AGENCIES. Seymour Adelman.

CHANGING PATTERNS IN THE FUNCTION OF TRAVEL AGENCIES.

(Bird & Bull Press).
  • Philadelphia: Taylor & Hessey, 1981.
  • 8vo.
  • paper wrappers.
  • 31 pages.

Price: $15.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 452

Printed in an edition limited to 400 numbered copies (Heaney A31). Printed by Henry Morris at the Bird & Bull Press. Text is based on a speech by the noted collector, Seymour Adelman, about an imaginary trip to London in 1817 when it would have been possible to meet William Wordsworth, Coleridge, Blake, Shelley, Keats and Edgar Allan Poe. Mr. Morris has illustrated the book with his own typographical whimsey including a "to let" classified ad for Keat's apartment printed on type hammered dull by Mr. Morris to add to its realism.