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Graphic Forms

The Arts as Related to the Book

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ISBN 9780674182295

Publication Date: 01/01/1949

128 pages

86 illustrations

World

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Anyone interested in books—whether his interest lies in their intrinsic beauty, or in how their appearance serves their content, or in what books mean today—will relish the wide variety and the contemporary spirit of these essays. The book is an outgrowth of the conference sponsored in Cambridge by the Bookbuilders Workshop of Boston and the Harvard University Press.

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