The Role of the Mann Family of Dedham, Massachusetts in the Marbling of Paper in Nineteenth-century American and in the Printing of Music, the Making of Cards, and Other Booktrade Activities. Richard J. Wolfe.
The Role of the Mann Family of Dedham, Massachusetts in the Marbling of Paper in Nineteenth-century American and in the Printing of Music, the Making of Cards, and Other Booktrade Activities.
The Role of the Mann Family of Dedham, Massachusetts in the Marbling of Paper in Nineteenth-century American and in the Printing of Music, the Making of Cards, and Other Booktrade Activities.
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The Role of the Mann Family of Dedham, Massachusetts in the Marbling of Paper in Nineteenth-century American and in the Printing of Music, the Making of Cards, and Other Booktrade Activities.

(N.p.): Richard J. Wolfe, 1981. Octavo. (xiv), 145pp. One of 500 copies, of which 450 were for sale. Four textual illustrations and eight color plates that reproduce the Mann family's decorative papers. Bound in marbled paper boards backed with black cloth. Near fine. Item #29284

Price: $50.00

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