Autograph letter signed : Cambridge, to Henry Watson Kent, 1918 Apr. 16. (Book, 1918) [WorldCat.org]
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Autograph letter signed : Cambridge, to Henry Watson Kent, 1918 Apr. 16.

Author: Bruce Rogers; Henry Watson Kent; Ray Nash
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Publication:Letters from Bruce Rogers to Henry Watson Kent, item 5
Summary:
Discussing various design aspects of "the Dürer" and his preference for paper over vellum; complaining of the "rubbishy" work typical of the C.U. Press and describing his own ideas for more interesting contributions, including [George B.] Ives' new translation of Montaigne for Grace Norton and a multi-volume Shakespeare text; inquiring as to whether The Grolier Club might consider issuing such a set; describing a  Read more...
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Named Person: Grace Norton; George Burnham Ives; George Burnham Ives; Grace Norton
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce Rogers; Henry Watson Kent; Ray Nash
OCLC Number: 704673097
Notes: Written on letterhead from Cambridge University Press.
Part of a collection of autograph letters signed and revised typed and autograph copies of letters to Henry Watson Kent. Items in this collection have been described individually in separate catalog records; see collection-level record for more information.
Description: 1 item (8 pages) ; 18.1 cm

Abstract:

Discussing various design aspects of "the Dürer" and his preference for paper over vellum; complaining of the "rubbishy" work typical of the C.U. Press and describing his own ideas for more interesting contributions, including [George B.] Ives' new translation of Montaigne for Grace Norton and a multi-volume Shakespeare text; inquiring as to whether The Grolier Club might consider issuing such a set; describing a guide he is working on in his spare time called "Walks in Cambridge."

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