(Chicago, IL: House of the Blue Sky Press, 1902). 8vo. later cloth, paper cover label with original pastedowns and endpapers preserved. 64, (4) pages. Limited to 415 numbered copies (Kruty 150-1). A poetic drama by Browning. Introduction by Laura Mc Adoo Triggs. Designs by F.W. Goudy and W.A. Dwiggins. Press-work by A.G. Langworthy. Later binding. READ MORE about IN A BALCONY
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Philadelphia, PA: The Ampersands, 1942. various. stiff paper wrappers. variously paginated. A collection of five keepsakes, numbers 1, 2, 6, 8. 9. Most of them limited to 50 copies. Duplicate of number 8 with ink markings and notations on title and verso of title. Number 1 is Goudy's "I am Type." READ MORE about Collection of "The Ampersands" keepsakes
(San Francisco): Book Club of California, (1999). large 4to. half cloth with pictorial paper-covered boards, paper label on spine, slipcase. xi, (i), 156+(2) pages. Limited edition of 450 copies were printed for members of the Book Club of California, San Francisco. Elegantly designed by Jonathan Clark at The Artichoke Press. Antiquarian Colin Franklin explores the rich history of calligraphy, printing, and bookmaking in Japan; supplemented by examples from his extensive collection of Japenese books and... READ MORE about EXPLORING JAPANESE BOOKS AND SCROLLS
(New York: Press of the Whooly Whale, 1938). 8vo. self paper wrappers. (4) pages. Facsimile printed in black and red of a type specimen circular, the first piece of printing issued by The Village Press. Prepared for participants in the Pilgrimage to Deepdene, July 23, 1938, in celebration of the thirty-fifth anniversary of the press. "This is the first showing of a new type designed by Mr. Goudy for the exclusive use of the Village... READ MORE about VILLAGE PRESS
New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1922 (but 1926). tall 4to. gilt stamped black cloth. (vi), 44, (2) pages followed by 27 plates. Third edition. Typeset by Bertha Goudy at the Village Press. Light shelfwear. Shaken. Water staining along gutter throughout the text block. READ MORE about THE ALPHABET, FIFTEEN INTERPRETATIVE DESIGNS DRAWN AND ARRANGED WITH EXPLANATORY TEXT AND...
(Claremong, CA: Scripps College), 1996. broadside (8 1/2 by 5 1/2 inches). Announcement of the Frederic W. Goudy lecture on the Book Arts, October 5, 1996 by papermaker Cal Ling. READ MORE about Announcement of Frederic W. Goudy Lecture
New York: Columbia University Libraries, 1966. small 8vo. self paper wrappers. 24 pages. Descriptions of 125 items. READ MORE about FREDERIC WILLIAM GOUDY, 1865-1947 A COMMEMORATIVE EXHIBITION ARRANGED AND DESCRIBED BY ROLAND...
N.P. n.p., 1939. 8vo. paper-covered boards, paper labels on spine and front cover. 58, (10) pages. One of 300 copies privately printed to celebrate Goudy's 74th birthday. With 8 photographs of FWG from age 2 through age 35. Well preserved copy. READ MORE about THE STORY OF FREDERIC W. GOUDY
(Layfette, CA: Press of Lester Lloyd, 1988). 4to. stiff paper wrappers, paper cover label. (14) pages. Keepsake presented by Helen Lee to her friends in the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs at their meeting in San Francisco, October 1988. All types used are of Goudy's design. READ MORE about COLONEL CARROLL T. HARRIS TELLS OF HIS FRIENDSHIP WITH FREDERIC W. GOUDY
New York, NY: Ulster Irish Society, 1937. 8vo. paper wrappers, paper cover label. (26) pages. Portrait frontispiece of Goudy. Contains Goudy's address of acceptance. Fine condition. READ MORE about COMMEMORATING THE PRESENTATION OF A MEDAL OF HONOR TO ... GOUDY
New York, NY: Ulster Irish Society, 1937. 8vo. paper wrappers, paper cover label. (26) pages. Portrait frontispiece of Goudy. Contains Goudy's address of acceptance. Lacking the front paper label. READ MORE about COMMEMORATING THE PRESENTATION OF A MEDAL OF HONOR TO ... GOUDY
(Mount Vernon, NY: The Press of A. Colish, n.d.). 4to. bi-fold sheet, original mailing envelope. Limited to 925 copies. Printed in Frederic Goudy's 18-point Newstyle, which was first cut in 1945 for use by A. Colish in printing the Bruce Rogers World Bible. Text in black, introductory material, front ornament and initial in brick red. READ MORE about DESIDERATA
New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1926. 4to. cloth, slipcase. (iv), 48, (4) pages. Second edition. (Appleton p.27). Set by Bertha Goudy at the Village Press. 13 plates. Spine slightly faded. Enclosed in the original cardboard slipcase which shows some wear. Well preserved copy. READ MORE about THE ELEMENTS OF LETTERING
N.P. privately printed, (1938). square 8vo. self paper wrappers. (4) pages. A humorous refusal order blank is printed on the third page. Designed and printed by Lewis F. White for the 35th Anniversary of the Village Press. READ MORE about JOE BOWLES ALWAYS CONTENDED THAT GOUDY HAD A REFUSAL ORDER BLANK FOR REFUSING ORDERS
N.P. n.p., 1947. 12mo. self paper wrappers. (4) pages. An illustrated saying taken from the Chinese of Wun Ti Po. READ MORE about FOR THE BIRTHDAY OF FREDERIC WILLIAM GOUDY
Claremont, CA: Scripps College Press, 1997. 8vo. unbound. (4) pages. Advertisement for a two day workshop on the handling of a hand-operated cylinder flatbed printing press, a lecture, and publication. Held March 15-16, 1997 at Scripps College. READ MORE about FREDERIC W. GOUDY WORKSHOP
Philadelphia: (Lanston Monotype Machine Co., 1947). tall 8vo. paper wrappers, stapled. (14) pages. Contains tributes to Goudy including a one page tribute from Bruce Rogers and a display of all the faces that Goudy designed for Monotype. Designed by Bruce Rogers. Staples rusted. READ MORE about FREDERIC WILLIAM GOUDY, ART DIRECTOR TO THE LANSTON MONOTYPE MACHINE COMPANY 1920-1939,...
Chicago: Privately Printed, 1948. 12mo. stiff paper wrappers. (22) pages. Designed by Middleton and printed by the Norman Press on Hamilton Andora paper for private distribution. READ MORE about FWG, TRIBUTES BY NORMAN W. FORGUE, R. HUNTER MIDDLETON, MYRON MONSEN, JR., WILL RANSOM
N.P. Privately printed at the Peter Pauper Press, 1945. small 8vo. cloth-backed decorated paper-covered boards, paper spine label. 36 pages. Limited to 220 copies. READ MORE about A GARLAND FOR GOUDY, BEING VERSES, OLD AND NEW, GATHERED FOR HIS EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY, MARCH...