Quantity: 1 available
Condition: Very Good
Spartanburg, SC: Kitemaug Press, 1974.
Oblong Miniature Book. 1 5/8 x 2 13/16 inches. Unpaginated.  pp. Half-title, occasional ornaments in the text; text clean, unmarked, paper lightly toned. Gray cloth over boards, printed paper wrap-around label covers front and rear covers and spine, decorated end-papers; binding square and tight, label toned. SCARCE. 7818-001. Very Good.
LIMITED EDITION of "about" 175 copies were printed on the Pearl and bound by Frank J. Anderson. The contents of this book first appeared in the Wilson Library Bulletin, copyright 1956 and are reprinted here with permission of the author and the publisher. This volume is an alphabetic list of poetic factoids illuminating significant contributors to the history of printing.
David E. Kaser, PhD., held a terminal degree in Library Science from the University of Michigan; he was a Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Indiana University. Dr. Kaser published 13 books and many articles, among them his autobiography Just Lucky, I Guess: My Adventurous Life as a Hoosier Librarian (2000).
REFERENCE: Bradbury, 20th-Cent. US Miniature Books, No. 1626.
Title: 26 Brief Lectures on the History of Printing
Edition: LIMITED EDITION of "about" 175 copies
Country of Origin: United States
Location Published: Spartanburg, SC, Kitemaug Press: 1974
Binding: Gray cloth over boards, printed paper wrap-around
Book Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: None, as issued
Size: Oblong Miniature Book. 1 5/8 x 2 13/16 inches
Type: Miniature Book
Categories: History, Miniature Book, Fine Press
Seller ID: 7818-001
Keywords: david kaser, fine press, frank anderson, history of printing, kitemaug press, limited edition, miniature book