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Rollo G. Silver notebooks, ca. 1950-ca. 1980.

Auteur: Rollo G Silver
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Manuscript   Archiefmateriaal : Engels
Database:WorldCat
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Notebooks containing source materials for Silver's teaching and writing on the history of American printing; include handwritten transcriptions, photographs, photostats, and photocopies from published and archival sources, some whole pamphlets and offprints, and typed drafts of some of Silver's own articles and addresses.
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Genre/Vorm: Sources
Biography Sources
Genoemd persoon: Rollo G Silver
Genre: Manuscript
Soort document: Boek, Archiefmateriaal
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Rollo G Silver
OCLC-nummer: 732646492
Opmerkingen: Most notebooks have some form of spine or cover label, but these titles do not always reflect the full range of the contents; some contain the sources for a particular article or section of a book (some specific articles are referred to in the contents list in this record, but these references are by no means comprehensive). The volume numbers have been assigned by the cataloger. There is no index, though tabs and the alphabetical, chronological, or topical subarrangement of materials within notebooks facilitate the location of information.
Beschrijving: 69 v. : ill., facsims. ; 30 cm.
Inhoud: v.1-3. Book Arts I, II, III (sources for course LS 70, "Rare books") --
v.4-7. Types & typefounding (4: [unlabelled, Early American: Baine, Franklin, Mycall, Mappa, Sower + importation, inventions, growth]; 5-7: later typefounders, alphabetically) --
v.8. Typecasting --
v.9. Stereotype --
v.10. Electrotype (incl. sources for "Trans-Atlantic crossing" and "Copper-facing") --
v.11. Notes on photocomposition (in envelope) --
v.12. Boston type --
v.13. Boston typefounders --
v.14. Other Boston typefounders --
v.15-19. Boston type and stereotype specimens (labelled: 1826 ... 1827; 1837; 1841 [label lacking]; 1856) --
v.20-22. S.N. Dickinson (sources for "Flash of the comet") --
v. 23-25. Presses --
v.26. Presses misc. --
v.27. Improvements in printing presses (also incl. sources on stereotype and ink rollers) --
v.28. Power (i.e. power presses) --
v.29. Web press (incl. sources for "Efficiency improved") --
v.30. Dow --
v.31. Hoe --
v.32. Napier (sources for "An early time-sharing project") --
v.33. Ruggles (incl. sources for "The autobiography of Stephen P. Ruggles")--
v.34. [Rust, Tufts (label lacking)] --
v.35. Treadwell --
v.36-37. Practice of printing --
v.38. Typography --
v.39. Equipment of printing office --
v.40. The book trade --
v.41-42. Master/journeyman/apprentice --
v.43. Printing presses/printing type 1776-1787 (sources for "Aprons instead of uniforms: the practice of printing, 1776-1787") --
v.44-45. Expansion of press --
v.46/47/48. Matthew Carey biography/Publishing activities of Matthew Carey/Bills to Matthew Carey for printing --
v.49. Hopkins, Cossart --
v.50. Wentworth, Wilson --
v.51-53. Illustration --
v.54. Copyright --
v.55. [Typography, Author (i.e. copyright) (label lacking)] --
v.56. Pictures --
v.57. AAS (Program of the History of the Book in American Culture) --
v.58. Bookbuilders (typescript of 1971 address) --
v.59. The colonial printer (correspondence with L.C. Wroth re revisions to his The colonial printer; typescript, "Some notes on author-publisher relations in colonial New England"; sources for "Financing the publication of early American sermons") --
v.60/61. Dinners/Processions (draft and sources for "The convivial printer") --
v.62. Copper-facing (drafts, proofs, sources for "Copper-facing: an incident in the history of typefounding") --
v.63. Nicolas Jenson (drafts and sources for leaf book "Nicolas Jenson") --
v.64. "The power of the press" (typescript) --
v.65. [Sources for 1967 lecture on Ernst Reichl (in portfolio)] --
v.66. F.A. Stokes (sources for DAB article) --
v.67. "Three 18th-century book contracts" (typesript) --
v.68. [Address (unpublished) to Boston Public Library Associates on D.B. Updike] --
v.69. Miscellaneous (items meant to be filed?).

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Notebooks containing source materials for Silver's teaching and writing on the history of American printing; include handwritten transcriptions, photographs, photostats, and photocopies from published and archival sources, some whole pamphlets and offprints, and typed drafts of some of Silver's own articles and addresses.

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