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|Named Person:||Bass Otis; Joseph Drayton|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
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|Notes:||14 tipped-in pages from The Analectic magazine, vol. xiv, July 1819, including pp. 67-74, with article describing and depicting "a specimen of American lithography ... by Mr. B. Otis" ; lithographic print accompanying this article previously laid in (now part of Graphic Arts print collection GC024 : United States prints). Manuscript notes by Elmer Adler on p.  of cover, and on p. following tipped-in pages ; remainder of pages in volume are blank. Letter to Elmer Adler from the library of the American Philosophical Society of Philadelphia regarding the unknown location of the lithographic stone used for the magazine print, pasted down on recto of front free endpaper. Note on first lithograph made in America, also by Bass Otis, published in 1818 in book by Abner Kneeland, laid in.
"The wood engraving by Drayton, J"--Written in pencil in Elmer Adler's hand on p.  of cover.
|Description:||,  p. ; 22 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Lithography. Analectic. Phil. 1819|