Scope and Content

Contains letters received by A. F. Johnson, and Victor Scholderer; ‘Museum Musings’, verse by H. I. Bell, typewritten, corrected; H. R. Plomer’s texts of papers ‘The authorship of “A theatre of voluptuous worldlings”’, ‘The foreign book trade of the 18th century and the men engaged in it’, ‘A “Caxton” note’, ‘Abraham Veale v. Robert Scott’, and ‘Books and stationery mentioned in the action Thomas Marske v. Edward Wingfield’; proofs of ‘Early Worcestershire printers and books’ by Rev. J. R. Burton, ‘Foxe’s Acts and Monuments, 1570, and single-page imposition’ by Paul S. Dunkin, ‘Music bibliography and catalogues’ by O. E. Deutsch, and Stanley Morison’s obituary of Daniel Berkeley Updike; a typewritten text of Graham Pollard's 1959 Sandars Lecture, 'The English Market for Printed Books'; and three art works by James Guthrie of the Pear Tree Press.

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Unrestricted

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