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Notes on the Merrymount Press & Its Work

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ISBN 9780674864382

Publication Date: 01/01/1934

279 pages

13 illustrations

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Everyone interested in the progress of the graphic arts in America will welcome this authoritative list of the books printed at one of the most famous modern presses. Julian Smith’s collection, on which the list is based, is the work of many years and is practically complete. Daniel Updike’s account of the beginning and development of the Merrymount Press not only supplies a background for the list but answers many of the questions that must have occurred to readers of his earlier volumes.

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