5 edition of Book collecting, personal rewards and public benefits found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Engelhard lecture series on the book.|
|Statement||by William P. Barlow, Jr.|
|Series||The Center for the Book viewpoint series ;, no. 11, Center for the Book viewpoint series ;, 11.|
|Contributions||Library of Congress.|
|LC Classifications||Z987 .B25 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||84017105|
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Center for the Book,]. Containing a lecture given at the Library of Congress by a book collector specializing in the works of the eighteenth century printer John Baskerville, this pamphlet describes the personal rewards and public benefits of book collecting.
The lecture first discusses the "true collector," collecting books printed by John Baskerville, and collecting American book auction : William P. Barlow. *Book Collecting; Book Preservation. Containing a lecture given at the Library of Congress by a book collector specializing in the works of the eighteenth century printer John Baskerville, this pamphlet describes the personal rewards and public benefits of book collecting.
The lecture first discusses the "true collector," collecting books. Book collecting: Personal rewards and public benefits: a lecture delivered at the Library of Congress on December 7, (The Center for the Book. Book collecting, personal rewards and public benefits: a lecture delivered at the Library of Congress on December 7, / By William Pusey Barlow and Library of.
Our guide to book collecting covers many of the basic elements of book collecting, from what to collect to caring for your book collection. What Books to Collect. You can collect any kind of books but make sure that you collect books that you love.
Books from your childhood, books about space, your favourite fiction series, books published by a. Book Arts, Graphics and Book Collecting. Book Collecting: Personal Rewards and Public Benefits () Author: William P.
Barlow, Jr. Description: 22 p. Viewpoint No. A paper presented on December 7, about the book collecting experience. Reprinted Viewpoints are booklets presenting Center for the Book lectures and informal talks by a wide range of scholars, writers, librarians, bibliographers, and library and reading promoters.
Many of the Viewpoint lectures and publications were supported by a personal contribution to the Center for the Book from Mrs. Charles W. Engelhard. BOOK COLLECTING: PERSONAL REWARDS AND PUBLIC BENEFITS A LECTURE DELIVERED AT THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS ON DECEMBER 7, Washington: Library of Congress, 8vo.
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