2 edition of Some recollections of a bookplate collector found in the catalog.
Some recollections of a bookplate collector
Brian North Lee
Limited edition of 120 copies.
|Statement||Brian North Lee.|
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Mainly a series of articles originally published in the Saturday evening post under title: Our official family-recollections of a cabinet minister's wife. LC copy inscribed by the author for Carrie Chapman Catt; bookplate of Carrie Chapman Catt. Source: Gift of the estate of . Page 3. LETTER I. MY DEAR CHILDREN: Being at leisure now, after many years of pleasant work in helping your Father to raise a large family of boys and girls, I sit down in this dear old room, with the faces of those I love smiling down upon me from the picture frames on the wall, and the perfume of sweet flowers coming through the lattice door, to recall some recollections of old times in Dixie.
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Benoît Junod's Advice to a Beginner Collector and at the same site is the FISAE list of symbols for techniques used in printed ex-libris. Ex-libris or the Mark of Possession of Books, by Benoît Junod.
Anne Fine examines bookplates; other pages cover children's bookplates. Notes to an Exhibition of Bookplates, University of Calgary Library. At its most basic, a bookplate is a slip of paper bearing the name of the book’s owner; at its most grand, it may be a veritable work of art as well.
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Bookplate of Charles B. Foote (), American banker and book collector. Evidently he was a better collector than broker; his firm Hatch and Foote failed during a panic in and at the time of his death his partner Daniel Hatch accused him of unauthorized speculation with the firm’s funds, leading to a second collapse (cf.
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Beautiful book plates that are ideal for anyone's personal library, had to buy two packs as Some recollections of a bookplate collector book mum "had to have them as well" lol you get 55 book plates all are beautiful and well made, I had no problems sticking them in to the books as they are like high quality stickers, overall very very impressed, will be ordering a few more boxes Reviews: The Complete Call the Midwife Stories Jennifer Worth 4 Books Collector's Gift-Edition (Shadows of the Workhouse, Farewell to the East End, Call the Midwife, Letters to the Midwife) by Jennifer Worth| Jan 1, out of 5 stars I have a collection of signed astro/space books and I have just purchased a Frank Borman signature on a bookplate to go into a copy of his book "Countdown".
I'd like to put the bookplate into the book but I don't know if I should stick the bookplate right onto one of the intro pages or mount it some other way in the book (eg photo corners). Here is a very interesting and hard to find copy of “Recollections of a Picture Dealer” by Ambroise Vollard, with 32 plates, published in This book is in good condition, some cover and spine wear and staining, tight binding and hinges, pages have some foxing, there is a bookplate inside the front date: Free Shipping $39+.
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Together, they make the. “Some Recollections of a Busy Life” shows that a single life can illuminate larger cultural narratives and that stories can bind generations. Hardcover. Condition: Good.
1st Edition. 1st, Octavo. Original cloth, gilt titles, ruling and device to upper board. Some fading and rubbing, minor markings to rear. Former owner's heraldic bookplate to f.e.p.
and same owner's signature to head of title. Some mild marginal foxing. Overall a 'Good' copy. Uncommon. Seller Inventory. Book Club Edition (BCE); Book Of The Month Club (BOMC); Book Club: A mass market reprint of the first edition, usually a condensed version.
Book Label: Used to designate the books owner, normally this is smaller than a bookplate. Bookplate: A label used to indicate the owner of a book, larger than a book. Some further recollections of a happy life, selected from the journals of Marianne North, chiefly between the years and by North, Marianne, ; Symonds, Janet Catherine (North).
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Recollections of My Nonexistence records other incidents where people simply look through her and ignore her because she is poor, or a woman. The book begins with her college days and traces her early career in the Bay Area. It gives readers a notion as to why she wrote the books.
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Book, cloth, frontispiece Includes a narrative of service on the Confederate cruiser Georgia, Includes index, p.  Lincoln copy: Bookplate on front paste down endpaper: Julia M. Barnes 1 “A book collector is mad enough to begin with, Watson; but tempt him with some such bait as this Shakespeare quarto and he is bereft of all sanity.” ― Vincent Starrett, The Unique Hamlet: A Hitherto Unchronicled Adventure of Mr.
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As a collector you want to avoid books with remainder marks. Very Good (VG): describes a book that does show some small signs of wear - but no tears - on either binding or paper. He was also a contributor to "Some Recollections of Joseph Conrad" in The front paste-down bears Ernest Dawson's bookplate, as well as that of Conrad collector.
Some even shaped the future of the sport. And by the end of the decade, climbers from around the globe were coming to Camp 4 - gathering spot for the creators of the "Golden Age" of Yosemite climbing - to see what all the fuss was s: On my desk is a copy of Times and Tendencies, Boston and New York,a volume of essays by Agnes Repplier ().It was formerly owned by the bibliophile Gabriel Austin.
At one time, it was formerly owned by George Woodward Wickersham, President Taft's Attorney General, and the book contains Wickersham's bookplate.
The collection contains some of our most treasured poets (Langston Hughes, Theodore Rhoethke, William Carlos Willeams, Carl Sandburg). Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Tamsinblu. out of 5 stars Still relevant today. Reviewed in the United States on Decem Reviews: Publisher's pictorial cloth over boards.
Recased. Spine mostly preserved. Spine chipped, torn and soiled. Boards edgeworn, soiled. Gutters facing free endpapers repaired (free endpapers most likely re-mounted).
Endleaves foxed. Some text leaves with occasional foxing. Bookplate on front pastedown and on the verso of the front free endpaper. Signed bookplate.
Revised & greatly expanded edition. Highly Recommended. By Bill Schelly. These are the personal, often funny, sometimes poignant recollections of Schelly's years as a comic book collector and fanzine publisher in the s and s.
A truly compelling read, Recollections of a Bleeding Heart is more Recollections of a literary man book to a Greek tragedy than a political memoir. While there's plenty of fodder for political boffins, what makes this book special is Watson's character study of Australia's Prime Minister from -Paul Keating/5.
Scope and Contents note The Book History Collection consists of cataloged pamphlets, extensive runs of 75 periodical titles, and 20 boxes of realia/facsimilies pertaining to the history of books and printing such as clay tablets, horn books, moveable type, university press logos, and book plates.
The pamphlets are on the history of libraries, librarianship, publishing, and printing and are. Sarah "Sally" Sayward Barrell Keating Wood (October 1, – January 6, ) is considered the first American female writer of gothic fiction.
She lived more than nine decades, authored four novels and one collection of tales, and was renowned as Maine's first novelist. Wood was an author of gothic novels who wrote under the pen name "A Lady of Massachusetts".
Peter Hardeman Burnett () spent his early years in Tennessee and Missouri, serving as a district attorney in the latter state. In he joined an emigrant party bound for Oregon, where he became a prominent and controversial lawyer, judge, and politician in the new territory.
Inhe went to California in search of gold and soon became a business and political leader of that. Many books donated to the American Library were simply marked with a bookplate and put into circulation. As ofstudents could still check out Dietrich’s personal copy of “The Collected.B Second edition, actually a second printing with a two page preface by the new publishers.
History of the settlement of Wilmington, De., followed by the author's recollections of the town. With a lengthy section on the Gilpins and their papermill and some notes on printers and booksellers. With the bookplate of the Bradford family.