The Colophon Autumn 1936 - Autumn 1937
ADAMS, Frederick B., Jr. et al (eds.)
A Quarterly For Bookmen. Highlights: No. 1: The Printer of the Jesuit "Relations" by Louis Blake Duff; The First Edition of Byron's Corsair? by William H. McCarthy, Jr.; No. 2: If You Must Write a Bibliography by Charles Beecher Hogan; Breaking Into Print by Sinclair Lewis; Hawthorne and The Man of God by Manning Hawthorne; No. 3: Victorian Bookmarkers by Paul McPharlin; Notes on a Wordsworth Collection by George F. Whicher; Wolfe's Copy of Gray's Elegy by Edwin Wolf, 2nd; Plagiarism and Thomas Hardy by Carl J. Weber; No. 4: The American Issues of Trilby by Louis N. Feipel; etc.
- Publisher: The Colophon
- Edition: New series. Vol. II No. 1 Autumn 1936 - Vol. II No. 4 Autumn 1937
- Date Published: 1936-37
- Place Published: New York
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Ex library-very good
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
4 vols.: 157; 158-310; 311-479; 480-628 p. 24 cm. B&w illustrations. Cloth hardcovers. Ex library with call number label on lower spine, envelope on front pastedown, ink and blind stamps on title page. No. 2 has some soiling to cloth and ink stamp on front free endpaper. No. 3 has label on front cover, envelope on front pastedown, ink and blind stamps on title page. No. 4 has black mark on rear cover.