Title: The New Colophon : A Book Collectors' ...
Publisher: Duschnes Crwford, Inc., New York, New York
Publication Date: 1948
Book Condition: Collectible-Fine
Edition: First Edition
8 volumes; bound in illustrated boards; published during 1948-1950. [2,500 copies] Volume I, Part I: 106 pages; facsimiles - articles include James D. Hart "A Puritan Bookshelf", Jacob Blanck "Where There's a Will . . . ". Part II: Pages 113- 216, facsimiles - articles include Ames W. Williams "Stephen Crane, War Correspondent", John Carter "Reflections on Rarity". Part III: 221-312, facsimiles - articles include David Donald "The True Story of 'Herndon's Lincoln'", Michael Sadleir "An Addendum to 'Enemies of Books'". Part IV: 321-427, facsimiles, index - articles include Boyd Stutler "John Brown: His Hand and Pen", James Wood "Mr. Thoreau Writes a Book", Barrows Mussey "The Pinchpenny Bibliophile". Volume II, Part V: 104 pages, facsimiles - articles include Stephen V. Benet "Epic of an American Theme", Oscar Lewis "Grabhornana", Carl I. Wheat "The Literature of the Gold Rush", Vincent Starrett "Firsts, In A Manner of Speaking". Part VI: 107-188, facsimiles - articles include Christopher Morley "On Belonging to Clubs", Alfred A. Knopf "On Making A Few Books", A. Hyatt Mayor "The First Famous Print". Part VII: 195-303, facsimiles - articles include George Seibel "Willa Cather from Nebraska", Harry Duncan "The Cumminton Press", Stuart Gilbert "The Wanderings of 'Ulysses'". Part VIII: 311-406, facsimiles, index - articles include John Bakeless "The Uses of Collecting", John Francis McDermott "Treasure Hunt", R.W. Chapman "Manuscript-Hunting in Two Continents". This volume has a flyer announcing a planned volume three that was never issued. Many of the volumes have order form envelopes for the New Colophon. Bookseller Inventory # 12405
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Store Description: Our store was founded in 1975 and has been in continuous operations since then. We maintain a quality selection of books, letters and manuscripts, photographs, prints and ephemera. We are open to serious collectors Monday through Saturday and suggest that you call the store before coming in. We do not send pictures or scans.