This text looks at pioneering individuals who research the byways of book trade history - from the library cataloguers of medieval times to the dedicated scholar-librarians and historians of the recent past.
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Book Description Oak Knoll Press, New Castle, DE, 1996. Pictorial boards. Book Condition: Fine with no dust jacket. Reprint; First Printing. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press. Fine with no dust jacket. 1996. Reprint; First Printing. Pictorial boards. 1884718302 . Fine. No Jacket as Issued HARDCOVER. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 117 pages . Bookseller Inventory # 022776
Book Description Oak Knoll Press and St. Paul's Bibliographies, New Castle, Delaware and Winchester, 1996. paper over boards. 8vo. paper over boards. 117 pages. Reprint of the first edition. As the written output of European culture has continued to expand and diversify, the need to establish controls of the materials has also increased. The listing, description and analysis of texts, whether in manuscript or print, have engaged a long series of individuals in what can only be described as a heroic struggle. These individuals are the subject of the essays in this book, which reveal that all those researching the byways of book trade history, from the library cataloguers of medieval times to the dedicated scholar-librarians and historians of the recent past, can truly be said to have been "pioneers in bibliography.". Bookseller Inventory # 45674