Caxton Club,1895-1995 celebrating a century of the book in Chicago by Frank J. Piehl

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Statementby Frank J. Piehl ; with a foreword by Bruce McKittrick.
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LC ClassificationsZ1008
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Pagination191p. ;
Number of Pages191
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