Complete Collection of His Keepsakes

Tommasini, A. R.

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Title: Complete Collection of His Keepsakes

Publisher: A. R. Tommasini

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

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Collection of A. R. Tommasini keepsakes. Volumes 1-34. Complete set. Measures 3 3/4 X 5 1/4 inches. Collection consists of the following, "Segment of America" by William D. Welsh, copyright 1948, 19 pages, number 49 of 150, "My Books" by Leigh Hunt, copyright 1949, 23 pages, number 109 of 200, "A Man and His Books" by George Long, copyright 1950, 20 pages, number 11 of 250, "On the Conversation of Authors" copyright 1951,25 pages, number 75 of 350, "The Psychology of the Printed Page" by Harry Thurston Peck, copyright 1952, 26 pages, number 79 of 375, "Comfort Found in Good Old Books" by George Hamlin Fitch, copyright 1953,15 pages, number 223of 400, "On Books and Libraries" by James Russell Lowell, copyright 1954, 16 pages, number 54 of 400, "Remarks on the Importance of Materials in the Graphic Arts and on Type-Designing" by Philip Gilbert Hamerton, copyright 1955, 15 pages, number 176 of 450, "Merry Christmas To All and Especially To Printers" by A.R.T., copyright 1956, 16 pages, number 72 of 550, "A Belated Tribute to Printers" by Odell Shepard, copyright 1957, 17 pages, number 205 of 550, "What Now? What Next?" by A.R.T., copyright 1958, 18 pages, number 315 of 500, "Moments of Millennium" from John Mistletoe, by Christopher Morley, Christmas 1959, 17 pages, number 79 of 500, "What Did Gutenberg Invent?" by John S. Thompson, copyright 1960, 22 pages, number 67 of 500, "Printers, Poor Devils!" by Sir Francis Bond Head, Christmas 1961, 24 pages, number 552 of 600, "Scenes From Snow-Bound" by John Greenleaf Whittier, copyright 1962, 25 pages, number 273 of 600, "The Story of Paper Told Briefly Once Again" copyright 1963, 23 pages, number 381 of 600, "A Few Words About Letters & Some Examples" copyright 1964, 29 pages, number 90 of 600, "On Giving and Receiving, Especially at Christmas" E. S. Martin, copyright 1965, 18 pages, number 459 of 700, "May There Be Peace Among All The Nations" copyright 1966, 23 pages, number 754 of 800, "Printers Marks Curious & Challenging" copyright 1967, 37 pages, number 262 of 800, "Tommy's Messages" copyright 1968, 31 pages, number 700 of 900, "Pages From the Forty-Two Line Gutenberg Bible, Twenty-Five Facsimiles in Minuscule Size", copyright 1969, 25 pages, number 236 of 900, minor rubbing on front cover, "Christmas As A Reflection of American Culture" by Alan Dundes, copyright 1970, 30 pages, number 178 of 900, "Printing: Then & Now, by J. Homer Winkler, 34 pages, number 108 of 900, "Tommy's Twenty-five" by Harold A. Small, copyright 1972, 55 pages, number 180 of 950, "Ten Racy Recipes" by P. K. Thomajan, copyright 1973, 11 pages, number 37 of 700, "B. Franklin, Inventor" copyright 1974, 39 pages, number 191 of 700, "B. Franklin, Innovator" copyright 1975, 28 pages, number 183 of 700, "Benjamin's Bicentennial Blast" by Isaac Asimov, copyright 1976, 28 pages, number 166 of 700, "Tommy's Thirty" copyright 1977, number 138 of 950, "Christmas 1978" copyright 1978, 2 pages, "Times of Stress Are Times For Success" Christmas 1979, 13 pages, measures 4 1/4 X 6 1/2, "Signs of the Zodiac" copyright 1980, 25 pages, measures 2 1/2 X 3 1/4 inches, "Wise Words and Sayings of Ben Franklin" copyright 1981, 34 pages, measures 3 1/2 X 2 3/4 oblong, "Gettysburg Address, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania November 19, 1863" copyright 1982, 11 pages, "XXX Plus One, This Being a Listing of The Owners of Tommy's Thirty Books and Other Extraneous Trivia Appertaining Thereto" copyright 1978, 33 pages, number 133 of 200. Also in this collection are from Mildred and Lester LLoyd, Christmas 1978 a collection of 5 recipes cards, 5 1/4 X 3 oblong, a typed letter dated Nov. 22, 1977 To "the friends of "Tommy" signed by Frank Kane. Collection also has 17 of the original envelopes the books came in addressed to Dr. R. S. Speck of San Francisco, Ca. Bookseller Inventory # 017845

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