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|Named Person:||Stephen Day|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||University Press (Cambridge, Mass.)|
|Notes:||The six pamphlets include three promotional brochures and three history pamphlets, two of which describe the merger with Tolman Print: "Prosperity with a historic background" and "The rise of a new day in the printing industry of New England" (printed and bound dos-à-dos with An historical sketch of the Stephen Daye press). Also included is "Three hundred years of printing in New England."
Includes the copperplate and two business cards for Metcalf & Company, 19th-century proprietors of University Press.
|Description:||52 photographic prints : black and white ; 21 x 26 cm or smaller 18 lantern slides : black and white ; 9 x 11 cm 6 drawings : pen and ink, wash ; 29 x 37 or smaller 6 pamphlets : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm or smaller|
|Other Titles:||Three hundred years of printing in New England.
Prosperity with a historic background.
Rise of a new day in the printing industry of New England.
Historical sketch of the Stephen Daye press.