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|Named Person:||George Washington|
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William Loring Andrews
"A study in book-making in plain black and white in which typography and copper-plates engraved by hand are the only agencies employed."
"Of this book one hundred and thirty-five copies have been printed upon French hand-made paper, and thiry-two copies upon imperial Japan paper from the Japanese government paper mill at Tokio. The right is reserved to print a few extra copies of the engravings by Mr. Smith, none of which will be offered for sale."
|Description:||7 plates xi-[xvi] pages, 2 leaves, 5-91  pages 4 leaves including frontispiece, illustrations, plan, facsimiles 23 cm|