The Colophon New Series: A Quarterly for Bookmen -- Autumn 1935 Vol. 1 No. 2. Codman Hislip, John Carter, Walter L. Pforzheimer, Rudolph Gjelsness.
The Colophon New Series: A Quarterly for Bookmen -- Autumn 1935 Vol. 1 No. 2

The Colophon New Series: A Quarterly for Bookmen -- Autumn 1935 Vol. 1 No. 2

New York: Pynson Printers, 1935. Hardcover. [160]-315, [1] p.: illustrations; 24 cm. Illustrated paper over board. Cover title: The Colophon: A Book Collectors' Quarterly. Title page in red and black. Designed by W.A. Dwiggins. With: a form to have a free copy sent to a prospective subscriber at the request of a current subscriber, with envelope. Continuously paginated with vol. 1 no. 1. Contents: The Old Woman Who Lives in a Book by Codman Hislop -- A Valentine by Sydney R. McLean -- A Parrot by J.H. Whitty -- Frank Holme: Newspaper Artist and Designer of Books by Rudolph Gjelsness -- Off-Subject Books by John Carter -- Deathless Lady by Ralph Thompson -- The Parson-Printer of Lustleigh by Carroll D. Coleman -- A Whitman Discovery by Charles I. Glicksberg -- A Frontier Bibliophile by Howard C. Rice -- The Literature of Alchemy by A.P. Sy -- Proof-Reading in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries by William Alexander Jackson -- The Lady, the Tiger and the Author by Walter L. Pforzheimer -- Samuel Butler--The First Century by Paul Jordan-Smith -- The Haunted Book: Concerning Huckleberry Finn by Irving S. Underhill. Advertisements for book-related businesses on pp. 301-315. The ad on p. 302 for an exhibition of artist's portrait prints at the Pynson Printers Exhibition Room is illustrated with a 3-color print by Richard Floethe. In Very Good+ Condition: spine slightly sunned; back cover sunned along edges and slightly soiled; pages are clean and tight. Very Good +. Item #002513

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