The Colophon Winter-Autumn 1938
SMITH, Robert M., et al
A Quarterly For Bookmen. Highlights: No. 1: The Pursuit of a First Folio by Robert M. Smith; The Rising Tide of Genealogical Publications in America by Cedric Larson; A Letter of Hartley Coleridge by Herbert Hartman; Theodore Dreiser, Success Monger by John F. Huth, Jr.; No. 2: Huck Finn Aborning by Dalancey Ferguson; The Trial Books of Dante Gabriel Rosetti by Janet Camp Troxell; Tracking Melville in the South Seas by Charles Roberts Anderson; No. 3: Those Mesmeric Victorians by Arno L. Bader; Some Notes on Modern First Editions by H. B. Collamore; Far From the Madding Crowd on the American Stage by Vera Liebert; Thomas Hardy in America by Carl J. Weber; Dreiser and Success by John F. Huth, Jr.; The Americanization of Mother Goose by Codman Hislop; etc.
- Publisher: The Colophon
- Edition: New Series. Vol. 3 No. 1 - No. 4
- Date Published: 1938
- Place Published: New York
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Ex library - very good
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
4 vols.: 164; 165-328; 329-476; 477-632 p. 24 cm. B&w illustrations. Cloth hardcoves. Some light soiling and discolouration to cloth, with 2 vols. having tears in upper spines. No. 3 in remains of dustjacket. Ex library with ink stamps on front free endpapers and on title page of no. 4. Bookplates on front pastedowns.