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Title(s):

Studies in the book trade : in honour of Graham Pollard / [edited by R. W. Hunt, I. G. Philip, R. J. Roberts].

Published/Created:
Oxford : Oxford Bibliographical Society, 1975.
Physical Description:
vii, 403 p., 4 leaves of plates, 12 p. of plates : ill., facsims., port. ; 24 cm.
Holdings:
Reference Library
Z325 .S89 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Classification:
Books
Notes:
"Writings of Graham Pollard": p. 379-386.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Subject Terms:
Book industries and trade -- Great Britain -- History.
Pollard, Graham.
Contributors:
Pollard, Graham.
Hunt, Richard William, 1908-1979.
Philip, I. G. (Ian Gilbert)
Roberts, R. J. (Richard Julian), 1930-
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  • Carter, J. Graham Pollard.--Barker, N. Quiring and the binder.--Hobson, A. The iter italicum of Jean Matal.--Hunt, R. Donors of manuscripts to St. John's College, Oxford, during the Presidency of William Laud, 1611-1621.--Morgan, P. Letters relating to the Oxford book trade found in bindings in Oxford college libraries, c. 1611-1647.--Vaisey, D. G. Anthony Stephens.--Carter, H. Early accounts of the University Press, Oxford.--Harris, M. Newspaper distribution during Queen Anne's reign.--Nixon, H. Harleian bindings.--Belanger, T. Tonson, Wellington and the Shakespeare copyrights.--Fleeman, J. D. The revenue of a writer.--Barber, G. Pendred abroad.--Munby, A. N. L. Dibdin's reference library.--Rogers, D. Francis Duoce's manuscripts.--Dreyfus, J. and Isaac, P. C. G. William Bulmer's will.--Turner, M. Tillotson's Fiction Bureau.