The Colophon, Summer 1935 - Spring 1936
ADLER, Elmer (ed.)
A Quarterly For Bookmen. Highlights: No. I: Burt Emmett by Sherwood Anderson; America's first Bibles by Randolph G. Adams; Herman Melville as I Recall Him by Oscar Wegelin; Stephen Collins Foster, Dramatic Collaborator by Edward G. Fletcher; Alexandre Dumas, Benefactor, by F. W. Reed; George Eliot and John Chapman by Blanche Colton Williams; More About the Mouse-Trap by Burton Stevenson; A Note on The Monk by Frederick Coykendall; A Note on Ernest Hemingway by Louis Henry Cohn; No. 2: The Literature of Alchemy by A. P. Sy; Proof-Reading in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries by William Alexander Jackson; Samuel Butler - the First Century by Paul Jordan-Smith; The Haunted Book: Converning Huckleberry Finn by Irving S. Underhill. No. 3: The 1866 Appleton "Alice" by Flodden W. Heron; The Collier-Cruikshank Punch and Judy by Paul McPharlin. No. 4: A London Bookseller's Ledger of 1535 by William A. Jackson; My Memoirs of the Civil War by MacKinlay Kantor; Bibliographical Notes on James Joyce's "Ulysses" by R. F. Roberts; On Being Famous by Rockwell Kent and Norman Rockwell; The McGuffey Readers by Henry Ford.
- Publisher: The Colophon
- Edition: New Series Vol. I No. 1 Summer 1935 - Vol. I No. 4 Spring 1936
- Date Published: 1935
- Place Published: New York
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Ex library - very good
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
4 vols.: 159; 160-315; 316-480; 481-644 p. 24 cm. Some b&w illustrations. Hardcovers. Vols. I & II ex library with call number labels on lower spines, envelopes on pastedowns, ink stamps on front free endpapers, blind stamps on title pages, chipped spine ends.