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|Document Type:||Archival Material|
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|Language Note:||Material is in English.|
|Description:||8 linear ft. ( 17 boxes)|
Included are woodblocks and linoleum blocks of illustrations and decorations for Walt Whitman's SHORT STORIES (Columbia University Press, 1927), De La Motte Fouqu'e's UNDINE (Limited Editions Club, 1930), and Sir Walter Scott's IVANHOE (Limited Editions Club, 1940). There are several metal types designed and cast for Lewis; full or nearly full alphabets of special wooden types designed and cut by Lewis in both 216 pt. and 144 pt. sizes; specimens of his wood and linoleum tools, mainly of his own manufacture; books containing illustrations, decorations, and special types by Lewis; proofs of bookplates he designed; and proofs and special printings of various plates.
- Book design.
- Book industries and trade.
- Bookplates, American.
- Books -- Illustrators.
- Graphic arts.
- Illustrated books.
- Illustration of books.
- Printing -- New York (State) -- New York.
- Publishers and publishing -- New York (State) -- New York.
- Type and type-founding.