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8vo. 9 3/4 x 6 3/8 inches. [iv] pp., (73) ff. Title page printed in black and red inks, specimens throughout including alphabets and ornaments, index of type faces; text unmarked except for a few ex library rubber stamps that do not affect the specimens. Red cloth, printed paper spine label; binding square, rubbed, spine ends frayed, corners showing, front cover soiled, inner hinge cracked. Ex Library rubber and blind stamps, ms. call number at foot of spine. Good. The publishing enterprises of Samuel Sidney McClure (1857-1938) are an important facet of early twentieth-century American journalism. The McClure Syndicate, started by Samuel Sidney McClure in 1844, was the first successful company of its kind, and was largely responsible for introducing many American and British writers to a national audience. He later venture, McClure's Magazine, contained the influential "muckraking" articles of Ida Tarbell, Ray Stannard Baker, and Lincoln Steffens; it also had the distinction of promoting the then-unknown writer, Willa Cather. See: Wikipedia.
Title: A Book of the Printing Types and Ornaments in use at the McClure Press, and here set forth in such wise as to show their most prominent characteristics for the use of discerning advertisers and all this who strive for artistic effect in printing
Publisher: New York, NY, S. S. McClure Company,: 1903
Book Condition: Used: Good
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Seller ID: GG818-186
Keywords: S. S. McClure Company, A Book of the Printing Types and Ornaments, Typography, Type Specimen Book, Printing History