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BULLETIN IN BOLD CHARACTERS, A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE SETON VILLAGE PRESS WITH COMMENTARY BY THE PROPRIETOR

BULLETIN IN BOLD CHARACTERS, A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE SETON VILLAGE PRESS WITH COMMENTARY BY THE PROPRIETOR

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BULLETIN IN BOLD CHARACTERS, A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE SETON VILLAGE PRESS WITH COMMENTARY BY THE PROPRIETOR

by Taylor, Maurice

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(Santa Fe): Press of the Palace of The Governors, 1990. quarter cloth with paper-covered boards, fore edge uncut. Press of the Palace of The Governors. large 8vo. quarter cloth with paper-covered boards, fore edge uncut. 60, (2) pages. First edition, limited to 165 numbered copies. With an introduction by Clark Kimball of The Great Southwest Books, Santa Fe. History of the Seton Village Press from its foundation in 1938 until it closed five years later. During that time, the owner, Ernest Thompson Seton, with the aid of his wife and Maurice and Marceil Taylor had produced twenty titles, of which fifteen were printed and set entirely by hand. Each title receives a thorough description and is illustrated throughout by black and white photographs and line drawings reproduced from Seton editions. Signed on colophon page by both Taylors.

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Title
BULLETIN IN BOLD CHARACTERS, A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE SETON VILLAGE PRESS WITH COMMENTARY BY THE PROPRIETOR
Author
Taylor, Maurice
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Press of the Palace of The Governors
Format/Binding
Quarter cloth with paper-covered boards, fore edge uncut
Book Condition
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Publisher
Press of the Palace of The Governors
Place of Publication
(Santa Fe)
Date Published
1990
Size
large 8vo.
Weight
0.00 lbs

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