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Author

McMurtrie, Douglas C.

Title

The Golden Book

Sub-Title

Publisher

 

Pascal Covici

Year

1927

City

Chicago

Edition

Scanned

Searchable

Cleaned

Deluxe

1st edition, Limited to 2000 copies

100.0000

100.0000

200.0000

400.0000

Description

"The scope of the present volume was conceived by the publisher, Pascal Covici, and it was at his instance that I undertook to write it. The endeavor has been made to trace the development of bookmaking from the beginnings of written records down to the present time. In attempting to cover so wide a field I have often been led beyond the bounds of my own special interests and studies and have had to content myself with presenting a digest of the
facts and of the opinions of the leading authorities. On the other hand, many of the chapters deal with subjects on which I have done considerable original work and of which I can, therefore, speak with first-hand knowledge."

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