- Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1967.
- xiv, 236 pages.
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First edition. William Alexander Jackson was considered by his colleagues to be an unrivaled bibliographical scholar. He served as the founding librarian of the famed Houghton Library at Harvard. During his tenure Jackson more than doubled the quality and quantity of the Library's collection of rare books and manuscripts.
This handsome illustrated work gathers articles on Thomas Frognall Dibdin, A Dibdinian Tour and 16 other essays to form a true delight for bibliophiles. No dust jacket.