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and the Book Trade, Clive Bingley, London, 1967, pp194.
in a Very
symposium held at
the Liverpool School of Librarianship, May 1967 with
sessions on publishing, censorship and book selling.
Papers by John Boon, Hans Schmoller, Maurice Smith, Charles Skilton,
Terence Jones, Michael Wace, John Calder, Robert Fordham, James Carter, F T
Bell, Alan Watson, Michael Parnell and Edward Roberts.
Metals, Fryís, 1972, pp93.
Good in a
There are several small tears to the edges of the dust wrapper.
Presents an outline of
the characteristics and working properties of Printing Alloys used in printing
reference on the
subject, first published in 1936.
Glynn, Jenifer Prince of Publishers:
A Biography of the Great Victorian Publisher, George
Allison & Busby, 1986, pp232.
Good in a
Smith founded the publishing house of Smith & Elder. He was a self-made millionaire and a friend of Bronte,
Thackeray, Mrs Gaskell, George Eliot, John Ruskin and Leslie Stephen.
Against My Better Judgement:
Adventures in the City and in the Book Trade, Sinclair-Stevenson, 1994,
Good+ in a
wrapper. Terry Maher founded Pentos in 1972 and was responsible for
establishing the Dillons chain of bookstores.
Today and the Newspaper
VG+ in a
McArthur was the first editor of Today.
Unwin, Sir Stanley The Truth about a
Unwin, 1960, pp465.
in a VG
The memoirs of Stanley Unwin of Allen & Unwin.
Young, John L Books from Manuscript to the Bookseller, Pitman, 2nd edition 1929, pp121 plus 23 page publisherís list at end. Pitmanís Common Commodities and Industries Series. No dust wrapper. Very Good. Slight rubbing at the top and bottom of spine, otherwise VG. A fascinating insight into publishing and book production before the war. £4.95