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American book design and William Morris

Author: Susan Otis Thompson
Publisher: New York : R. R. Bowker Co., 1977.
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Thompson, Susan Otis.
American book design and William Morris.
New York : R. R. Bowker Co., 1977
(OCoLC)561254996
Named Person: William Morris; William Morris; William Morris; William (Künstler 1834-1896) Morris
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Otis Thompson
ISBN: 0835209849 9780835209847
OCLC Number: 3168961
Description: xvii, 258 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Contents: The ordinary book of the nineteenth century --
Bibliophilic aspirations --
Classic & Romantic book styles --
The Arts & Crafts movement --
The Arts & Crafts book model --
Contemporary comment --
Boston & its "literary publishers" --
Bruce Rogers & J.M. Bowles --
Commercial printing in Boston --
The Arts & Crafts years of Daniel Berkeley Updike --
Chicago & its "literary publishers" --
Private presses in the Chicago area --
The typographic styles of Will H. Bradley --
Frederic W. Goudy & his protegés --
New York & trade publishing --
Theodore Low De Vinne's opintion of Arts & Crafts --
Commercial & private presses in the New York area --
Elbert Hubbard : "an American William Morris" --
Thomas Bird Mosher : the aesthetic pirate --
Presses in the rest of the country --
Some American versions of Kelmscott types --
Chronology & perspectives --
Appendix : Morris' statements on book design.
Responsibility: Susan Otis Thompson.

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