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Group 1977: Colgan (J.W.) Co. 1923-1932

 

Group 1978: Currier, T. Franklin. 1924-1926

 

Group 1979: de Forest, Emily J. 1925-1936

 

Group 1980: Field, William B. Osgood. 1925-1939

Box 286

Groups 1981-1998

 

Group 1981: Hansen (L.A.) Type Co. 1925-1927

 

Group 1982: International Mailing Tube & Wrapper Co. 1925-1942

 

Group 1983: Heywood-Wakefield Co. 1925-1929

 

Group 1984: Coe, Theodore. 1925

 

Group 1985: Bowles, Francis T. (Congregational Church, East Barnstable, Mass.). 1926

 

Group 1986: Shaw-Walker (Firm). 1925

 

Group 1987: Cadwalader, Sophia. 1925-1948

 

Group 1988: Macy, Valentine Everit. 1925-1927

 

Group 1989: Skeel, Emily E. F. 1926

 

Group 1990: Bottomley, May A. 1925-1930

 

Group 1991: Whitin, Albert H. 1925-1934

 

Group 1992: Westbrook Seminary. 1926

 

Group 1993: Boston Social Union. 1926

 

Group 1994: Crehore, Lucy C. 1926-1929

 

Group 1995: Capon, Charles R. 1926-1942

 

Group 1996: Gaskill, Walter W. (Church of the Advent). 1926-1940

 

Group 1997: McNitt, V. V. 1926-1928

 

Group 1998: Edward & James Richardson (leather bookbinding supplies). 1926-1948

Box 287

Groups 1999-2010

 

Group 1999: Middleton, Alicia H. 1924-1942

 

Group 2000: Hudson, Henry. 1926

 

Group 2001: J. Williams Beal & Sons. 1926-1931

 

Group 2002: Wells, Percy D. (paper merchant). 1926-1938

 

Group 2003: Bishop Hopkins Hall. 1926

 

Group 2004: Hutchins, Susan B. (Mrs. Edward W. Hutchins). 1926-1930

 

Group 2005: Nickerson, Beatrice. 1926

 

Group 2006: Salisbury School. 1926

 

Group 2007: Jaffé, Arthur (and Max Jaffé, fine art printing). 1926-1938

 

Group 2008: Ilion Free Public Library. 1918-1927

 

Group 2009: Ehrlich, Adolph. 1926

 

Group 2010: Wayne Compiling Corporation. 1926-1927

Box 288

Groups 2011-2020

 

Group 2011: Boston Symphony Orchestra. 1922-1949

 

Group 2012: American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 1927

 

Group 2013: Lendrum, Ltd. 1927-1928

 

Group 2014: Codman, Dorothy S. F. 1927

 

Group 2015: Hollingworth & Co. 1927

 

Group 2016: Smith, Alexander Mackay. 1927

 

Group 2017: Kaufmann's (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania). 1927

 

Group 2018: Johnson (Charles Eneu) & Co. 1925-1932

 

Group 2019: Knight, Allen, & Clark, Inc. 1927-1939

 

Group 2020: Architects - Responses to Circular to Architects. 1927

Box 289

Groups 2021-2024 (part a)

 

Group 2021: Cary, Melbert B., Jr. (and Continental Typefounders Association). 1925-1941

 

Group 2022: Massachusetts Bay Celebration Committee For the Tercentenary of 1930 (and Everett B. Mero). 1927-1942

 

Group 2023: Moser & Cotins (firm). 1927

 

Group 2024 part a: Pope, Arthur Upham (includes Phyllis Ackerman; Edith Rockerfeller McCormick; and McCormick estate probate case). 1926-1948

Box 290

Group 2024 (part b)

 

Group 2024 part b: Pope, Arthur Upham (includes Phyllis Ackerman; Edith Rockerfeller McCormick; and McCormick estate probate case). 1926-1948

Box 290a

Group 2024 (part c)

 

Group 2024 part c: Pope, Arthur Upham (copies of correspondence re: Edith Rockerfeller-McCormick estate probate case). 1926-1932

Box 291

Groups 2025-2036

 

Group 2025: Walker, Grace T. (and Henry Turner Bailey, re: Nettie Fowler McCormick tablet). 1927-1933

 

Group 2026: Eddy, Sarah J. 1927-1943

 

Group 2027: National Graphic Arts Expositions, Inc. 1927

 

Group 2028: Riddle, Theodate Pope (and Avon Old Farms). 1927-1945

 

Group 2029: Drown, Paulina Cony [Mrs. Edward S. Drown]. 1927

 

Group 2030: Dickey, Lillian S. 1927-1946

 

Group 2031: Laboratory-Kitchen, Inc. 1927

 

Group 2032: Stoddard Engraving Co. 1927-1936

 

Group 2033: Payson, Mrs. Harold. 1927

 

Group 2034: Dartmouth Bookstall, Inc. 1927-1937

 

Group 2035: Bay, J. Christian [and John Crerar Library]. 1921-1947

 

Group 2036: Bauer Type Foundry. 1927-1935

Box 292

Groups 2037-2053

 

Group 2037: Reichner, Herbert. 1927-1946

 

Group 2038: Smith & Vial, Inc. (composing room service). 1927-1931

 

Group 2039: Dall Engraving Company (and Dall-Dart Engraving Co.). 1927-1935

 

Group 2040: Jennings, Annie Burr. 1927-1937

Related Material

For previous correspondence with Jennings, see group 42 (Henry Watson Kent).
 

Group 2041: General Magazines Corp. 1932

 

Group 2042: Buffum, Clara. 1914-1915, 1926-1939

 

Group 2043: Post & Floto (firm, importers). 1928

 

Group 2044: Centaur Press. 1928

 

Group 2045: Hopkins, Alfred. 1927-1929

 

Group 2046: Norman R. Adams, Inc. 1927-1928

 

Group 2047: Cerf, Bennett Alfred (Random House). 1927-1930

 

Group 2048: Hornung, Clarence Pearson. 1927-1938

 

Group 2049: Adona Co. 1928-1937

 

Group 2050: Hart, Francis R. 1928-1934

 

Group 2051: Agassiz, Mabel (Mrs. George R. Agassiz). 1926-1949

 

Group 2052: Stearns, Foster (including some correspondence re: the Society of Mayflower Descendants). 1926-1948

 

Group 2053: Church Home Society. 1928

Box 293

Groups 2054-2067

 

Group 2054: Coburn, Dorothy Davis. 1928

 

Group 2055: Houchins, Grant (H and H Book Company). 1927-1930

 

Group 2056: Lewis, W. S. (Wilmarth Sheldon Lewis). 1928-1944

 

Group 2057: LeVitt, Clarence H. 1928

 

Group 2058: Calkins & Holden. 1926-1928

 

Group 2059: Miller, William Davis. 1928-1948

 

Group 2060: Henry Holt and Company 1928-1945

 

Group 2061: Frey, Lester. 1928-1943

 

Group 2062: Holstein, Mark G. 1928-1932

 

Group 2063: Bullard, Mrs. William Norton. 1926-1929

 

Group 2064: Mumford, George S. 1928

 

Group 2065: Olsson, Marie Louise. 1928-1940

 

Group 2066: Whitehill, Walter Muir (and Walter Muir Whitehill, Jr.). 1926-1938

 

Group 2067: Penman, John Simpson. 1928

Box 294

Groups 2068-2076

 

Group 2068: Whitney, Caspar (and Florence G. Whitney). 1928-1931

 

Group 2069: Carrier (Louis) & Co. 1928-1931

 

Group 2070: Nash, Ray (includes Dartmouth College). 1926-1949

 

Group 2071: Crosby Gaige (publisher). 1928-1932

 

Group 2072: Lawrence, Richard H. 1928-1929

 

Group 2073: Lasell, Chester Whitin. 1928

 

Group 2074: Wells, James R. 1925

 

Group 2075: Ransom, Will. 1928-1948

 

Group 2076: Connett, Eugene V. 1926-1928

Box 295

Groups 2077-2081

 

Group 2077: Fountain Press (including Elbridge L. Adams and James R. Wells). 1928-1945

 

Group 2078: Simcoe Manufacturing Co. [includes sample Simcoe Bar static spray point]. 1928-1941

 

Group 2079: Viking Press Inc. (chiefly with Milton B. Glick). 1928-1943

 

Group 2080: Leippert, Edwin R. 1928-1930

 

Group 2081: Morgan, Caroline L. (New York Association for the Blind; with Braille sample). 1929-1930

Box 296

Group 2082 (part a)

 

Group 2082 part a: Limited Editions Club of America (including George Macy; Readers Club). 1929-1949

Box 296a

Group 2082 (part b)

 

Group 2082 part b: Limited Editions Club of America (including George Macy; Readers Club). 1929-1949

Box 297

Groups 2083-2090

 

Group 2083: Field, Amy Walker (Mrs. James A. Field). 1929

 

Group 2084: Creed, Percy R. (and Boston Society of Natural History). 1929-1948

 

Group 2085: Dearborn Type Foundry. 1929-1939

 

Group 2086: A. B. Chase-Emerson Corporation 1929

 

Group 2087: Fuller, C. K. 1929

 

Group 2088: Doubleday & Company (including Rimington & Hooper; R. Critchell Rimington; A. P. Tedesco; Doubleday, Doran and Company). 1928-1948

 

Group 2089: Cunningham, Scott. 1929

 

Group 2090: Scott, Charles S. 1929

Box 298

Groups 2091-2100

 

Group 2091: Winant, John Gilbert. 1929-1937

 

Group 2092: Pierce, Ruth E. 1929-1930

 

Group 2093: Maynard, Ross H. 1929-1946

 

Group 2094: Baltzell, Alice Cheney. 1929

 

Group 2095: Hunt, Dorothy Hazard. 1929-1930

 

Group 2096: Queen Anne Studios. 1928-1930

 

Group 2097: Altschul, Frank (and Bertha Coolidge). 1921-1925, 1929-1942

 

Group 2098: Harding, Tilton & Co. 1930

 

Group 2099: Klinefelter, Waler. 1930-1937

 

Group 2100: Stone, Selma B. 1930-1933

Box 298a

Groups 2101-2107

 

Group 2101: Seward, William (with Anthony Salmon and Huntington Press, New York City). 1930-1934

 

Group 2102: Richardson, Harriette Laker (Mrs. Frederick A. Richardson). 1929-1941

 

Group 2103: Holmes, Helen L. 1930

 

Group 2104: Place, C. C. 1930

 

Group 2105: Harcourt Bindery. 1930-1949

 

Group 2106: Larned, Albert C. (St. Margaret's Church, Brighton, Mass.). 1930

 

Group 2107: Smith, Hope. 1930-1931

Box 299

Groups 2108-2123 (part a)

 

Group 2108: Lichtenberg, Bernard (Harvard Advertising Awards). 1930

 

Group 2109: Hathaway, Horatio. 1930-1934

 

Group 2110: Woolsey, John Munro. 1927-1944

 

Group 2111: Lombard, Percival Hall (Bourne Historical Society). 1928-1930

 

Group 2112: American Moistening Company (humidifying equipment). 1930-1932

 

Group 2113: General Theological Seminary. 1930

 

Group 2114: Dewing, Mrs. A. A. 1930

 

Group 2115: Maxwell, Walter (and Louella D. Everett). 1930-1941

 

Group 2116: Houie, C. Merwin. 1930-1932

 

Group 2117: Hand, Helena. 1930-1939

 

Group 2118: Sherrill, Henry Knox (Diocese of Massachusetts). 1930

 

Group 2119: Curwen Press (and Oliver Simon). 1928-1942

 

Group 2120: H. B. Humphrey Company (including Harford Powel Jr.). 1939

 

Group 2121: Lavanoux, Maurice E. 1930-1932

 

Group 2122: General Convention (National Council, Protestant Episcopal Church). 1931-1934

 

Group 2123 part a: Wynne, John J. (The Catholic Encyclopedia) (and Barry Vail Corporation and John Berry Ryan). 1931-1938

Box 300

Groups 2123 (part b)-2139

 

Group 2123 part b: Wynne, John J. (The Catholic Encyclopedia) (and Barry Vail Corporation and John Berry Ryan). 1931-1938

 

Group 2124: Cheney Co. 1931

 

Group 2125: Jullien, A. 1931

 

Group 2126: Cabot, George E. 1931-1941

 

Group 2127: Nichols, Lewis (Diocese of Harrisburg). 1931

 

Group 2128: Van West, J. 1931

 

Group 2129: de Loriea, Carrie G. 1931

 

Group 2130: Atlantic Forwarding Co. 1931

 

Group 2131: Johnson, Arthur F. 1931

 

Group 2132: Lundberg, Oskar (Royal University Library, Uppsala). 1931

 

Group 2133: Phi Beta Kappa. 1931-1932

 

Group 2134: L. and M. Trade Composition Co. 1931-1933

 

Group 2135: Gallatin, Albert (see also group 595). 1931-1936

 

Group 2136: Bay State Engraving Co. 1930-1932

 

Group 2137: Abbott, Beatrice (Mrs. Horace P. Abbott). 1931

 

Group 2138: Trustees of the Joseph B. Thomas Estate. 1931-1948

 

Group 2139: Groveton Paper Co. 1931

Box 301

Groups 2140-2154

 

Group 2140: Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett (chiefly with A.C. Bickford; regarding claim against Huntington Press, Inc. and some re: Rufus R. Wilson claim). 1931-1936

 

Group 2141: Jacobs (David H.) & Son, Inc. 1931-1933

 

Group 2142: Swan Company. 1931

 

Group 2143: Ticonderoga Pulp & Paper Company. 1931-1933

 

Group 2144: Atlantic Electric Co. (motor installation and repair). 1931-1945

 

Group 2145: Pulsifer, Kingston Co., Inc. 1931-1932

 

Group 2146: Linstrom Sign Co. 1932

 

Group 2147: Stearns, William F. 1932

 

Group 2148: Williams College. 1931-1937

 

Group 2149: National Shawmut Bank. 1932-1949

 

Group 2150: Chapman, Suzanne L. (artist and inscriber). 1932-1949

 

Group 2151: Glenn, C. Leslie (including Christ Church, Cambridge, Mass. and Church Society for College Work). 1932-1947

 

Group 2152: Richardson, William K. 1924-1941

 

Group 2153: G. & C. Merriam Company. 1932-1947

Box 301b

Groups 2154-2155 (part a)

 

Group 2154: Benson, John Howard (including A. Graham Carey and lettering design firm of John Stevens). 1929-1941

 

Group 2155 part a: Meriden Gravure Co. 1931-1949

Box 302

Groups 2155 (part b)-2161

 

Group 2155 part b: Meriden Gravure Co. 1931-1949

 

Group 2156: Wigglesworth, Richard Bowditch. 1932-1933

 

Group 2157: Cornell University. 1924, 1933-1940

 

Group 2158: Diocese of Southern Ohio. 1925, 1933

 

Group 2159: Jones, Matt B. 1933-1937

 

Group 2160: Frick Art Reference Library (and Frick Collection). 1933-1946

 

Group 2161: Koch, Theodore W. (Northwestern University Library). 1933-1940

Box 303

Groups 2162-2166

 

Group 2162: Colonial Society of Massachusetts. 1933-1949

 

Group 2163: Parkman, Frances. 1933-1939

 

Group 2164: Alemite Company of New England. 1933

 

Group 2165: Scott Linotyping Co. 1932-1948

 

Group 2166: Tower, Maria B. 1933-1934

Box 303b

Groups 2167-2172

 

Group 2167: Murphy, D. P. 1933

 

Group 2168: Filenes (William) Sons Co. 1934-1935

 

Group 2169: Pope & Gray, Inc. 1933-1941

 

Group 2170: Friedman, Lee M. 1933-1940

 

Group 2171: Loring, Rosamund B. 1931, 1933

 

Group 2172: Pleadwell, Frank Lester. 1932-1941

Box 304

Groups 2173-2177

 

Group 2173: Griffith, Roy. 1933-1934

 

Group 2174: Vienot, Carl G. 1933-1935

 

Group 2175: Tauber, Fritz. 1934

 

Group 2176: Orton, Vrest (New York representative for the Merrymount Press, 1934-5) (includes some correspondence from Jerome Brooks). 1934-1936

 

Group 2177: Simon & Schuster. 1934-1943

Box 305

Groups 2178-2190

 

Group 2178: Thoron, Ward. 1934-1943

 

Group 2179: Eddy-Rucker-Nickels Co. 1933-1934

 

Group 2180: DuPont de Nemours & Co. 1933-1940

 

Group 2181: National Code Authority of Book Manufacturing Industry (and Book Manufacturers' Institute; Employing Bookbinders of America; and United States. Department of Commerce. Bureau of Standards). 1931-1936

 

Group 2182: Spaeth, Frank J. (die cutter). 1932-1942

 

Group 2183: Defiance Spark Plugs, Inc. 1934

 

Group 2184: Emmons, A. Bradlee. 1934-1944

 

Group 2185: Thayer McNeil Co. 1934-1935

 

Group 2186: Manter Hall School. 1934

 

Group 2187: Doremus & Company (and Thomas Rod Company). 1934-1941

 

Group 2188: Chilton Club (chiefly correspondence with Mrs. Louis A. Frothingham). 1934-1946

 

Group 2189: Ogden & Ogden (Joseph P. Ogden, engraver). 1932-1942

 

Group 2190: Metcalf, Jesse H. 1934-approximately 1942

Box 306

Groups 2191-2199

 

Group 2191: Radcliffe College. 1928-1949

 

Group 2192: Jacobs & Jacobs (firm). 1934-1939

 

Group 2193: Hyde, J. A. Lloyd. 1934-1936

 

Group 2194: Tudor Press (offset lithographers). 1930-1947

 

Group 2195: Schruers, Edwin J. (re: Harvard University map). 1934-1949

 

Group 2196: Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn (and Barton, Durstine & Osborn). 1924-1935

 

Group 2197: Union Trust Company of Boston. 1935

 

Group 2198: Kimball, Hubbard, & Powel, Inc. (and Harford Powel). 1934-1939

 

Group 2199: Smith, Frank C. (re: Smith College seal). 1935

Box 307

Groups 2200-2211

 

Group 2200: Curtis, Muriel S. 1935

 

Group 2201: Middlesex School (Concord, Massachusetts). 1935-1939

 

Group 2202: Lee, Eva. 1935-1939

 

Group 2203: Press of the Pioneers (and Rufus Rockwell Wilson, Inc). 1934-1937

 

Group 2204: Parkman, Henry, Jr. 1931, 1935

 

Group 2205: Prescott, Marjorie Wiggin. 1935-1940

 

Group 2206: Smith, Helen F. 1930-1943

 

Group 2207: Essex Institute. 1936-1944

 

Group 2208: Farrar & Rinehart. 1936-1945

 

Group 2209: University of Newark (absorbed by Rutgers University). 1936-1946

 

Group 2210: University Books, Inc. (and United University Presses and H. L. Ripperger). 1936-1937

 

Group 2211: Fedders Manufacturing Co. 1936-1940

Box 308

Groups 2212-2214

 

Group 2212: Orders for "Report of the Joint Commission on the Book of Common Prayer Revision." 1916

 

Group 2213: Reed, Willard. 1936-1947

 

Group 2214: Bianchi, Daniel Berkeley. 1932-1948

Box 309

Groups 2215-2219

 

Group 2215a: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Massachusetts Unemployment Compensation Commission. 1935-1942

 

Group 2215b: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Miscellaneous departments. 1921-1939

 

Group 2216: Murphy, Mrs. Charles R. 1936

 

Group 2217: Bradley, Helen. 1936-1944

 

Group 2218: Loring, Oliver L. (and Grace Church, New Bedford, Mass.; Diocese of Maine). 1936-1949

 

Group 2219: Huntington (Henry Edward) Library & Art Gallery. 1924-1949

Box 310

Groups 2220-2225

 

Group 2220: Johnson, Alfred Townshend (and Benjamin Rowland). 1936-1948

 

Group 2221: Larremore, Thomas Armitage. 1936-1949

 

Group 2222: Sheppard, Walter B. 1936

 

Group 2223: Duschnes, Philip C. 1936-1947

 

Group 2224: (United States Treasury Department. Internal Revenue Service) Social Security. 1937-1949

Chiefly contains Employer Tax Return forms with lists of employees and wages.
 

Group 2225: Kootz, Samuel M. 1932-1933

Box 310a

Groups 2226-2229 (part a)

 

Group 2226: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (including Technology Review. 1937-1949

 

Group 2227: Arnold, Gertrude Weld. 1937-1949

 

Group 2228: Newton's Machine Shop. 1937-1948

 

Group 2229 part a: St. Onge, Achille J. (Salisbury Hill Press). 1932-1949

Box 311

Groups 2229 (part b)-2239

 

Group 2229 part b: St. Onge, Achille J. (Salisbury Hill Press). 1932-1949

 

Group 2230: Davis, J. Lionberger. 1937-1947

 

Group 2231: Loring, Rosamund B. 1937-1949

 

Group 2232: Montague, Amy. 1937-1938

 

Group 2233: Lavin Co. 1937

 

Group 2234: Boston University. 1932-1940

 

Group 2235: Anderson, Gregg. 1932-1946

 

Group 2236: Challenge Machinery Co. 1938-1941

 

Group 2237: Brooks, Lawrence G. 1940

 

Group 2238: Hunnewell, Mary B. 1938

 

Group 2239: Hartzell, Paul. 1938-1952

Box 312

Groups 2240-2249 (part a)

 

Group 2240: Stanhope Bindery, Inc. 1937-1939

 

Group 2241: Hornblower & Weeks (firm). 1938-1946

 

Group 2242: American Council of Learned Societies. 1939

 

Group 2243: Reed, Norton W. 1940-1941

 

Group 2244: Addison Gallery of American Art (Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts). 1939-1943

 

Group 2245: Associated Hospital Service Corporation of Massachusetts. 1938-1949

 

Group 2246: Hebberd, Wallace. 1939-1941

 

Group 2247: Furst, Joseph. 1939-1943

 

Group 2248: Sutherland-Abbot Advertising. 1938-1948

 

Group 2249 part a (correspondence 1939-1946): American Numismatic Society. 1933-1949

Box 313

Groups 2249 (part b)-2253

 

Group 2249 part b (correspondence, 1947-1949, bills, estimates, sample proof): American Numismatic Society. 1939-1949

 

Group 2250: Mergenthaler Linotype Co. 1938-1948

 

Group 2251: Wolcott, Roger. 1939-1940

 

Group 2252: Wilcox-Walter-Furlong Paper Co. 1939-1940

 

Group 2253: Emerson-Swan-Goodyear Co. 1940-1947

Box 314

Groups 2254-2261

 

Group 2254: American Society of Landscape Architects. 1939-1948

 

Group 2255: Holden, Ray J. 1939-1940

 

Group 2256: Harvard Forest. 1940-1943

 

Group 2257: Graduate Record Examination (The Carnegie Foundation). 1941-1945

 

Group 2258: Rudge, William Edwin (publisher of Print: A Quarterly Journal of the Graphic Arts). 1940-1946

 

Group 2259: New Directions (Norfolk, Connecticut). 1940-1945

 

Group 2260: Phi Beta Epsilon Fraternity. 1941

 

Group 2261: Town Library, Lancaster, Massachusetts. 1938-1948

Box 315

Group 2262 (part a)

 

Group 2262 part a (correspondence, 1940-1944): American Merchant Marine Library Association. 1936-1948

Box 316

Groups 2262 (part b)-2262b (part a)

 

Group 2262 part b (correspondence, 1945-1949 and bills and estimates): American Merchant Marine Library Association. 1940-1948

 

Group 2262a: American Merchant Marine Library Association: Seaman's Handbook for Shore Leave by Howard, Mrs. Henry. Subscriptions. 1942-1943

 

Group 2262b part a: Howard, Henry. 1947-1949

Box 316b

Groups 2262b (part b)-2263

 

Group 2262b part b: Howard, Henry. 1947-1949

 

Group 2263: Noble & Noble Publishers. 1940-1949

Box 317

Groups 2264-2275

 

Group 2264: Williams, Emily Addington. 1941-1942

 

Group 2265: Lane, Robert Frederick (University of Omaha). 1939-1942

 

Group 2266: Rogers, Ralph V. 1941-1942

 

Group 2267: Silve, David. 1914-1918, 1941-1948

 

Group 2268: Davis, Hilduth. 1941-1942

 

Group 2269: Emma Pendleton Bradley Home. 1941-1948

 

Group 2270: War Production Board. 1941-1942

 

Group 2271: Wheatland, Dorothy P. 1942-1948

 

Group 2272: War Damage Insurance. Approximately 1941

 

Group 2273: Dutch Treat Club. 1943

 

Group 2274: American Notes & Queries. 1943

 

Group 2275: Victory Tax. Approximately 1943-1949

Box 318

Groups 2276-2284

 

Group 2276: Gorges, Grace. 1943-1949

 

Group 2277: Abbott, Mary Ogden. 1940-1948

 

Group 2278: Hoskins, Halford L. 1943-1949

 

Group 2279: Triangle Ink & Color Co. 1939, 1942-1948

 

Group 2280: Emerson, William. 1945-1948

 

Group 2281: Schuman's (firm). 1945

 

Group 2282: Payne & Walsh Corp. 1942-1946

 

Group 2283: Wheelwright, Mary Cabot. 1945-1949

 

Group 2284: Howell, Soskin, Publishers. 1945-1947

Box 319

Groups 2285-2298

 

Group 2285: Tedesco, Anthony P. 1945-1949

 

Group 2286: Brayton, Alice. 1945-1947

 

Group 2287: Maynard, Erville B. (Saint Peter's Church, Albany, New York). 1945-1949

 

Group 2288: Houston, Oscar R. 1946

 

Group 2289: J. P. Stevens & Co. (and Horace N. Stevens). 1946-1948

 

Group 2290: Schevill, Margaret Erwin. 1946-1947

 

Group 2291: Macmillan, Eva B. A. 1946-1949

 

Group 2292: Cray, Ambrose (and Cray of Boston). 1945-1949

 

Group 2293: Morris, Constance L. R. (Mrs. Ira Nelson Morris). 1946-1949

 

Group 2294: Beacon Press. 1946-1949

 

Group 2295: Royal Electrotype Co. 1945-1948

 

Group 2296: Newman Bookshop. 1946-1949

 

Group 2297: Weld, Philip S. 1947-1948

 

Group 2298: Phillips Academy. 1946-1949

Box 320

Groups 2999-2313

 

Group 2299: Dexter Folder Co. 1928-1948

 

Group 2300: Dayton Light & Power Co. 1947

 

Group 2301: Crest Engraving Co. (Attleboro, Massachusetts). 1946-1948

 

Group 2302: H.R. Huntting Co. (Springfield, Massachusetts). 1946-1947

 

Group 2303: Zion Research Library. 1947

 

Group 2304: Shakespeare, Mary Sage (Ring Standard Calendar). 1947-1949

 

Group 2305: Morison, Horace. 1947

 

Group 2306: Brantley, W. H. (William Henderson). 1947-1949

 

Group 2307: Arthur Young & Co. 1947-1948

 

Group 2308: Cloos, Consuelo. 1948-1949

 

Group 2309: Fox Club. 1948-1949

 

Group 2310: New York Academy of Sciences. 1948-1949

 

Group 2311: Waters, Crystal. 1948-1949

 

Group 2312: Mayo, Catherine B. 1948

 

Group 2313: Roosevelt Memorial Association. 1948

 

Correspondent index cards.

Physical Description: 2 wooden card catalogs

Two wooden boxes containing index cards of Merrymount Press customers and correspondents arranged alphabetically by name. The cards typically include the entity's name, address, and filing number (corresponding to the group number by which the correspondence and documents is organized in boxes 33-320).
Box 321

Names, A-R.

Box 322

Names, S-Z.

 

Financial volumes. 1895-1950

Physical Description: 115 volumes
 

Day-books. 1896-1911

Physical Description: 2 volumes

Two volumes containing handwritten entries, each with the date, job number, debits and credits, and corresponding ledger entry number.
Volume 33

Daybook "A". 1896 February-1898 January

Volume 34

Daybook "B". 1897 October-1911 March

 

Journals. 1895, 1912-1950

Physical Description: 4 volumes

Volumes 35 and 37-38 containing handwritten entries, each with corresponding ledger page, date, account name, and amount. The first page of volume 36 notes the formation of a partnership on January 1, 1915, and lists the property not included in the partnership.
Volume 35

Journal. 1895 February-1895 December

Volume 36

Closing entries journal. 1912 April 3-1914 December 31

Volume 37

Journal. 1915 January-1927 August

Volume 38

Journal. 1927 September-1950 December

 

Cash books. 1898 August-1950 December

Physical Description: 17 volumes

Seventeen volumes with entries arranged by month of cash received and cash disbursements, listing transaction date, corresponding ledger page, account name, and amounts.
Volume 39

Cash. 1896 February-1898 July

Volume 40

Cash. 1898 August-1901 September

Volume 41

Cash. 1901 October-1903 September

Volume 42

Cash. 1903 October-1906 December

Volume 43

Cash. 1907 January-1910 June

Volume 44

Cash. 1910 July-1913 September

Volume 45

Cash. 1913 October-1914 December

Volume 46

Cash. 1915 January-1917 October

Volume 47

Cash. 1917 November-1920 October

Volume 48

Cash. 1920 November-1923 June

Volume 49

Cash. 1923 July-1926 July

Volume 50

Cash. 1926 August-1929 June

Volume 51

Cash. 1929 July-1931 October

Volume 52

Cash. 1931 November-1936 December

Volume 53

Cash. 1937 January-1942 April

Volume 54

Cash. 1942 May-1948 September

Volume 55

Cash. 1948 October-1950 December

 

Invoice books. 1899 October-1950 September

Physical Description: 21 volumes

Scope and Content Note

Twenty-one invoice books containing entries arranged by month and listing the day, corresponding ledger page, seller, goods purchased, debits (with columns for merchandise, expense, and plant), and credit to account payable.
Volume 56

Invoices. 1899 October 2-1902 January 31

Volume 57

Invoices. 1902 February 1-1903 August 31

Volume 58

Invoices. 1903 August 31-1905 January 31

Volume 59

Invoices. 1905 February 1-1906 October 30

Volume 60

Invoices. 1906 October 30-1908 March 27

Volume 61

Invoices. 1908 March 27-1910 January 19

Volume 62

Invoices. 1910 January 20-1912 January 31

Volume 63

Invoices. 1912 February 1-1914 June 27

Volume 64

Invoices. 1914 June 25-1914 December 31

Volume 65

Invoices. 1915 January 1-1917 April 30

Volume 66

Invoices. 1917 April 28-1919 December 19

Volume 67

Invoices. 1919 December23-1922 July 31

Volume 68

Invoices. 1922 July 21-1924 December 30

Volume 69

Invoices. 1924 December 31-1927 January 12

Volume 70

Invoices. Note: With loose pages of trial balance, 1925-1927 1927 January 11-1928 October 31

Volume 71

Invoices. 1928 November 1-1930 May 31

Volume 72

Invoices. 1930 June 1-1933 August 22

Volume 73

Invoices. 1933 August 18-1937 December 31

Volume 74

Invoices. 1938 January 1-1942 February 28

Volume 75

Invoices. 1942 March 1-1948 March 31

Volume 76

Invoices. 1948 April 1-September 1950

 

Sales books. 1899 November-1950 November

Physical Description: 14 volumes

Fourteen volumes containing entries of jobs arranged chronologically. Each entry includes the customer, type of printing and/or title of work, number of copies, and related charges (such as author's changes, shipping/postage, etc.).
Volume 77

Sales. 1899 October-1904 February

Volume 78

Sales. 1904 March-1906 June

Volume 79

Sales. 1906 July-1908 April

Volume 80

Sales. 1908 April-1911 February

Volume 81

Sales. 1911 February-1914 May

Volume 82

Sales. 1914 May-1914 December

Volume 83

Sales. 1915 January-1919 February

Volume 84

Sales. 1919 March-1923 February

Volume 85

Sales. 1923 February-1927 May

Volume 86

Sales. 1927 May-1931 May

Volume 87

Sales. 1931 June-1938 June

Volume 88

Sales. 1938 July-1942 June

Volume 89

Sales. 1942 July-1947 November

Volume 90

Sales. 1947 December-1950 December

 

Trial Balance book. 1911 April 29-1912 March 30

Physical Description: 1 volume

One volume charting accounts by month from April through March 1912, with entries containing account names, corresponding ledger account number, and monthly debit and credit balances.
Volume 91

Trial Balance book. 1911 April 29-1912 March 30

 

Ledgers. 1894 November-1950 December

Physical Description: 12 volumes

Twelve ledgers providing credits and debits for accounts, listing date, transaction, and corresponding page numbers in cash, sales, journal, and invoice books. Almost all of the volumes have an alphabetical index at front.
Volume 92

Ledger. 1894 October-1896 November

Volume 93

Ledger. 1896 February-1898 March

Volume 94

Ledger. 1898 March-1899 October

Volume 95

Ledger. 1899 November-1903 March

Volume 96

Ledger. 1903 April-1906 March

Volume 97

Ledger. 1906 April-1909 January

Volume 98

Ledger. 1909 February-1914 December

Volume 99

Ledger. 1915 January-1921 December

Volume 100

Ledger. 1922 January-1928 December

Volume 101

Ledger. 1929 January-1934 December

Volume 102

Ledger. 1934 January-1950 December

Volume providing information for accounts.
Volume 103

Ledger. 1934 January-1950 December

Volume providing monthly balances of various accounts. Note: there are no customer accounts listed in this book.
Includes the following categories: accounts payable; advertising; accounting expenses; John Bianchi (personal and compensation); cash; capital; carfare; commission; ; Contributions; depreciation; employees' unemployment insurance fund and old age pension fund; freight and express; gas; general expense; gain or loss on sale of securities; gain or loss on sale of plant; investments; inventory; insurance; interest paid and received; legal expenses; light; loss or gain on sale of securities; merchandise purchases; merchandise supplies; memberships; notes receivable and payable; New York Office; Uresh Orton; plant and equipment; profit and loss; payroll; postage; power; purchase discount; pension; payroll accrued; reserve for depreciation and doubtful accounts; rent; repairs for materials and labor; rent received; surplus; subscriptions; sales; sales discount; Daniel Updike (personal); unemployment compensation insurance tax; taxes; telephone and telegraph; traveling expenses; Victory tax liability; and withholding tax.
 

Job books. 1895 December-1949 January

Physical Description: 35 volumes

Thirty-five volumes containing entries listing jobs completed by the Press with job number, customer and brief description of job and number of copies, and itemized charges. The first eighteen volumes each have alphabetical indexes of customer names at their fronts; subsequent volumes (for jobs 8232-17910, dating from 1916-1949) do not have individual indexes, and instead share one typescript alphabetical index of customer name and corresponding job number.
Note: Volumes 122-125 are disbound and boxed.
Volume 104

Jobs. 1-693. 1895 December 28-1900 January

Volume 105

Jobs. 694-893. 1899 December 30-1900 September

Also includes Journal entries from March 1, 1897-January 21-1898; a subscription list for the Diary of Rev. James MacSparran (October 12, 1899-February 2, 1900); subscribers to Facitus (1904-1910); "List of persons who wish information of any of our new publications (undated); "Special List for Facitus Circulars or Condivi's Michaelangelo" (undated and 1904-1910); subscribers to Narragansett Church (1906-1907); subscribers for "Mumford Memoirs" (1900-1914); subscribers to Four Addresses (undated); and Whitney's Poems-Sales (1906-1918).
Volume 106

Jobs. 894-1351. 1900 September 1-1902 January 27

Volume 107

Jobs. 1352-1793. 1902 January 23-1903 March 17

Volume 108

Jobs. 1794-2231. 1903 March 19-1904 April 16

Volume 109

Jobs. 2232-2702. 1904 April 18-1905 January 18

Volume 110

Jobs. 2703-3172. 1905 January 20-1905 October 27

Volume 111

Jobs. 3173-3640. 1905 October 30-1906 May 5

Volume 112

Jobs. 3641-4128. 1906 May 8-1906 December 3

Volume 113

Jobs. 4129-4614. 1906 December 3-1907 August 14

Volume 114

Jobs. 4615-5098. 1907 August 15-1908 April 22

Volume 115

Jobs. 5099-5578. 1908 April 23-1909 March 11

Volume 116

Jobs. 5579-6062. 1909 March 15-1910 January 3

Volume 117

Jobs. 6063-6529. 1910 January 4-1911 January 13

Volume 118

Jobs. 6530-6997. 1911 January 13-1912 April 23

Volume 119

Jobs. 6998-7480. 1912 April 24-1913 October 28

Volume 120

Jobs. 7481-7937. 1913 October 30-1915 May 12

Volume 121

Jobs. 7938-8231. 1915 May 13-1916 May 6

Volume 122

Jobs. 8218, 8231-8599. 1916 April 22, 1916 May 6-1917 May 14

Volume 123

Jobs. 8600-8999. 1917 May 14-1918 October 25

Volume 124

Jobs. 9000-9399. 1918 October 29-1920 January 22

Volume 125

Jobs. 9400-9899. 1920 January 28-1921 August 31

Volume 126

Jobs. 9900-10399. 1921 August 31-1923 March 29

Volume 127

Jobs. 10400-10799. 1923 March 31-1924 October 30

Volume 128

Jobs. 10800-11300. 1924 November 3-1926 July 2

Volume 129

Jobs. 11301-11899. 1926 July 3-1928 March 28

Volume 130

Jobs. 11900-12400. 1928 March 24-1929 September 18

Volume 131

Jobs. 12401-12975. 1929 September 19-1931 March 11

Volume 132

Jobs. 12976-13500. 1931 March 11-1933 February 16

Volume 133

Jobs. 13501-14200. 1933 February 17-1935 December 9

Volume 134

Jobs. 14201-14799. 1935 December 10-1938 January 31

Volume 135

Jobs. 14800-15499. 1938 February 3-April 10, 1940

Volume 136

Jobs. 15500-16199. 1940 April 10-1942 May 7

Volume 137

Jobs. 16200-16899. 1942 May 7-1945 May 9

Volume 138

Jobs. 16900-17599. 1945 May 9-1947 December 1

Volume 139

Jobs. 17600-17910. 1947 December 2-1949 January 27

Volume 140

Miscellaneous scattered job pages. 1916-1948

This volume contains pages pulled from the other job books for job numbers 8314, 9103, 9115, 10542, 11062, 11195, 13169, 15171, 16108, 16232, 17029, 17190, 17244, 17375, 17474, 17526, 17842, and 17795.
Volume 141

Index for jobs 8232-17910. 1916-1947

 

Receipt Books. 1897 August-1906 April

Physical Description: 4 volumes

Volumes containing copies on onion skin paper of receipts generated by the Merrymount Press to customers. The volumes have alphabetical indexes at their fronts; corresponding job numbers have been written on the receipts.
Volume 197

Receipt book. 1897 August 20-1900 May 30

Volume 198

Receipt book. 1900 June 6-1902 November 29

Volume 199

Receipt book. 1902 November 25-1904 November 18

Volume 200

Receipt book. 1904 November 21-1906 April 2

 

Cash Receipts/Disbursements related to the estate and trust of Edward Perry Warren. 1926 January-1932 December

Physical Description: 4 volume
Volume 201

Cash Receipts: E.P. Warren Trust. 1926 January -1929 June

Volume with entries of cash receipts related to the trust of Edward Perry Warren providing date, description of transaction, and columns for amounts related to the General Fund, Sink Fund, and Brown & Shipley Co.
Volume 202

Cash Disbursements: E.P. Warren Trust. 1926 January -1929 June

Volume with entries of cash disbursements related to the trust of Edward Perry Warren providing date, description of transaction, and columns for amounts related to the General Fund, Sink Fund, and Brown & Shipley Co.
Volume 203

Cash Receipts: Estate of Edward Perry Warren. 1929 June-1932 December 31

Volume with entries of cash receipts related to the estate of Edward Perry Warren providing date, description of transaction, and columns for the debits and credits of: cash, securities, other accounts, securities sold, accounts payable, executors' expenses, income accounts from dividends and interest, interest to legatees, income control a/c, distribution of estate to legacies and to trustees, and principal account.
Volume 204

Cash Disbursements: Estate of John Marshall [blank book, with some front pages removed].

Volume 205

Daniel Updike personal cash book (?). 1902 June 7-1903 February 18

Physical Description: 1 volume
 

Specimens and small jobs. 1895-1948

Physical Description: 57 volumes
 

Scrapbooks of minor printing. 1895-1948

Physical Description: 39 volumes

Forty volumes with specimens of small jobs, from bookplates and envelopes to full pamphlets and programs. The numbers correspond to the entries in the job books (volumes 104-141) and are frequently non-consecutive.
Volume 142

Small Jobs, AA-336. 1895-1898

Volume 143

Small Jobs, 215-680. 1898-1899

Volume 144

Small Jobs, 691-1199. 1900-1901

Volume 145

Small Jobs, 945-1441. 1901-1902

Volume 146

Small Jobs, 1422-1748. 1902-1903

Volume 147

Small Jobs, 1202; 1557-2282. 1903-1904

Volume 148

Small Jobs, 1427; 2002-2613. 1903-1904

Volume 149

Small Jobs, 2484-3078. 1904-1905

Volume 150

Small Jobs, 3074-3553. 1905-1906

Volume 151

Small Jobs, 3439-3980. 1906

Volume 152

Small Jobs, 3944-4442. 1906-1907

Volume 153

Small Jobs, 4391-5045. 1907-1908

Volume 154

Small Jobs, 4775-5485. 1908-1909

Volume 155

Small Jobs, 5430-5966. 1908-1909

Volume 156

Small Jobs, 5877-6309. 1909-1910

Volume 157

Small Jobs, 6072-6666. 1910-1911

Volume 158

Small Jobs, 6398-7119. 1911-1912

Volume 159

Small Jobs, 6929-7494. 1913

Volume 160

Small Jobs, 7456-7770. 1913-1914

Volume 161

Small Jobs, 7771-8082. 1914-1915

Volume 162

Small Jobs, 7938-8382. 1915-1916

Volume 163

Small Jobs, 8034; 8322-8657. 1916-1917

Volume 164

Small Jobs, 8540-8951. 1917-1918

Volume 165

Small Jobs, 8437; 8760; 8950-9267. 1918-1919

Volume 166

Small Jobs, 9239-9543. 1919-1920

Volume 167

Small Jobs, 9479-9828. 1920-1921

Volume 168

Small Jobs, 9698-10178. 1921-1922

Volume 169

Small Jobs, 8801; 9851-10506. 1922-1923

Volume 170

Small Jobs, 10452-10777. 1924-1925

Volume 171

Small Jobs, 10755-11193. 1924-1926

Volume 172

Small Jobs, 11152-11862. 1926-1928

Volume 173

Small Jobs, 11750-12400. 1928-1929

Volume 174

Small Jobs, 12219; 12334-13079. 1929-1931

Volume 175

Small Jobs, 13040-13817. 1931-1934

Volume 176

Small Jobs, 13659-14446. 1934-1936

Volume 177

Small Jobs, 14275-14991. 1936-1938

Volume 178

Small Jobs, 14908-15451. 1939-1940

Volume 179

Small Jobs, 15418-16644. 1940-1943

Volume 180

Small Jobs, 16625-17896. 1944-1948

 

Specimen Pages. 1897-[1901] and undated

Physical Description: 3 volumes

Three scrapbooks containing specimens of pages printed by the Merrymount Press.
Volume 181

Specimen Pages I. 1897-1899

Volume 182

Specimen Pages II. 1900-[1901]

Volume 183

Specimen Pages III. Undated

Volume 184

Houghton-Mifflin Co. advertising pages. [approximately 1883-approximately 1893]

Physical Description: 1 volume

One scrapbook containing approximately 140 brochures, leaflets, advertising books, etc., published by the Houghton-Mifflin Co., which Daniel Bianchi described in a December 20, 1948, letter to the Huntington Library as "Houghton Mifflin Company advertisements done when Mr. Updike was in their employ."
Volume 185

Scrap book of designs.

Physical Description: 1 volume

One scrapbook with handwritten title on flyleaf: "Some Fac-Similes of Title-pages, Design, Ornaments, &." containing a variety of specimens including clipping, pages, bookplates, etc.
Volume 186

Prints.

Physical Description: 1 volume

One volumes of prints with handwritten title on flyleaf: "Scrapbook I. Series of Prints of Ornamental Plate, II. Of Louis Philippe 'Romantic' Designs."
Volume 187

Scrapbook of various type specimens. 1926-1945

Physical Description: 1 volume

One volume containing approximately 20 various typefounder specimens, chiefly programs, brochures, and cards.
 

G. Schirmer music cover proofs.

Physical Description: 3 volumes

Three volumes containing rough proofs of covers for music printed for G. Schirmer, New York by the Merrymount Press.
Volume 188

Music Titles Volume I.

Volume 189

Music Titles Volume II.

Volume 190

Music Titles Volume III.

 

Minor printing of various American, English, and Continental Presses.

Physical Description: 6 volumes
Volume 191

Miscellaneous Printing - United States I.

Volume 192

Miscellaneous Printing - United States II.

Volume 193

Miscellaneous Printing - English.

Volume 194

Miscellaneous Printing - Continental.

Volume 195

Type Foundery Specimens - American, English, & Continental.

Volume 196

Miscellaneous Printing - New Year & Christmas.

 

World Conference on Faith and Order pamphlets.

Physical Description: 2 boxes

These pamphlets are arranged first by size (large or small) and then by job number. For further information on the ordering of these pamphlets, see group 1330.
Box 323

World Conference on Faith and Order pamphlets (large pamphlets and small pamphlets).

Box 324

World Conference on Faith and Order pamphlets (small pamphlets, continued).

 

Miscellaneous manuscripts 1927-1937

Physical Description: 2 boxes
Box 325

Miscellaneous manuscripts

Folder 1

"Memoirs of Mary Baker Eddy" by Adam H. Dickey [typescript manuscript with pencil corrections and annotations]. 1927

Folder 2

Translation from the German of Music Printing with movable type in the 16th century. Leipzig, 1892 [typescript manuscript].

Folder 3

"Humanistic Script" (Chapter III) by Stanley Morison [typescript manuscript]

Box 326

"Printing Types" manuscript and notes. 1937

Typed manuscript and notes for last edition of Printing Types by D. B. Updike.
 

Publishing dummy volumes 1901-1940

Physical Description: 30 volumes

Various publishing dummies, most for books printed by the Press.
Volume 206

[Arents Tobacco Collection Catalogue dummy] [Copy 1 of 2].

Physical Description: 35 x 26 cm

Chiefly blank pages, except for printed pages 22-23 and 64-65; With notes: "Projected Arents Tobacco Catalogue. Not printed by Updike" and "Updike (other dummy shows binding cloth turned inside out & colored end-papers)." This appears to be a dummy for the work eventually published for the New York Public Library as Tobacco, its history illustrated by the books, manuscripts and engravings in the library of George Arents, Jr.
Volume 207

[Arents Tobacco Collection Catalogue dummy] [Copy 2 of 2].

Physical Description: 35 x 26 cm

Chiefly blank pages, except for printed pages 22-23 and 64-65; with marbled endpapers.
Volume 208

Austen, Jane. Mansfield Park by Jane Austen : Volume 1. (Boston: Printed at the Merrymount Press for Charles E. Goodspeed, 1904).

Physical Description: 19 x 12 cm

Spine title: Novels of Jane Austen, Merrymount Edition, IV Mansfield Park I
Contains title page and full pages repeating only pages 1-8 in various orders of Chapter 1 of Mansfield Park. With printed half-title page: "The Complete Works of Jane Austen / Merrymount Edition."
Volume 209

Austen, Jane. Pride and Prejudice.

Physical Description: 24 x 15 cm

Spine title: Pride and Prejudice, Austen. The Limited Editions Club.
Sample binding with green covers and cardboard inserts; front cover has gold monogram: "JA". With typescript note on cardboard case: "Austen, Jane. Pride and Prejudice. Sample binding designed and preferred by Updike. Gift of D.B.U. Nov., 1940."
Volume 210

Century Association (New York, N.Y.). Julian Alden Weir : an Appreciation of his Life and Works with illustrations (New York: The Century Club, 1921).

Physical Description: 29 x 22 cm

Spine title: Julian Alden Weir 1921
With printed title page, front matter, pages 1-22, and uncut blank pages at end.
Volume 211

[Encyclopaedia of the social sciences].

Physical Description: 28 x 21 cm

Untitled volume of blank pages with one printed leaf at center: pp. 15-16 titled "Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences" and "Diffusion of Culture; with typescript note pasted on inside front cover: "Dummy No. II Shows the same double column 10-point page as in dummy No. I… It contains 672 pages and is intended for a 15 volume set."
Volume 212

Episcopal Church. The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments and Other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America ; together with the Psalter or Psalms of David. Printed for the Commission A.D. MDCCCCXXVIII.

Physical Description: 36 x 25 cm

Dummy with printed pages through page 32; the rest of the pages are blank.
Volume 213

Fairchild, Nelson. Nelson Fairchild (Boston: The Merrymount Press, 1907).

Physical Description: 24 x 15.5 cm

Spine title: Nelson Fair-Child
Contains printed pages 7-134; with pencil note on flyleaf: "Nelson Fairchild (floret) [quotation], 6x9 board, cloth black. With portrait on reverse of title: 'The Merrymount Press, Boston: Type: Monotype."
Volume 214

Fitzgerald, Edward. The Variorum and Definitive Edition of the Poetical and Prose Writings of Edward Fitzgerald (New York: Doubleday, Page and Company, 1902).

Physical Description: 27.5 x 18 cm

Spine title: Complete Works of Edward Fitzgerald, Vol. II
Dummy with blank pages containing pasted pages of printed text from Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám (1859 Bernard Quaritch edition); pencil notes indicating text placement; and inserted page 10 of "Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam" with note, "Trial page showing how autograph corrections have been indicated. There are no such corrections in the first volume, but a number occur later on."
Volume 215

Frost, Robert. West-Running Brook.

Physical Description: 23 x 16 cm

Spine title: West-Running Brook : Robert Frost
Dummy book of blank pages. Cover has multi-color autumn leaf design.
Volume 216

Grant, Robert. Search-Light Letters by Robert Grant [Copy 1 of 2] (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1909).

Physical Description: 20 x 13 cm

Spine title: Search-Light Letters, Robert Grant.
Dummy with red paper cover; printed title page, front matter, pages 1-54, and uncut blank pages.
Volume 217

Grant, Robert. Search-Light Letters by Robert Grant [Copy 2 of 2] (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1909).

Physical Description: 20 x 13 cm

Spine title: Search-Light Letters, Robert Grant.
Dummy with red paper cover; printed title page, front matter, pages 1-54, and uncut blank pages. Copy 2 has more blank pages at back than copy 1.
Volume 218

The Holy Bible : containing the Old and New Testaments and the Apocrypha (Boston : R. H. Hinkley company, [1904]).

Physical Description: 27 x 17 cm

Dummy in maroon leather bindings with metal clasps of parchment edition containing multiple copies of front matter and pages 1-4, 1-4, 1-6, 93-94, 5-6, 93-94, 5-6, 93-94, 5-6, 93-94, 125-126, 159-160, 125-126, 159-164, 161-164, 161-164, 161-164, 161-164.
Volume 219

Jefferson, Charles Edward. Christmas Builders by Charles Edward Jefferson (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., Publishers).

Physical Description: 19.5 x 13 cm

Dummy book with decorative front cover, printed frontispiece, title page, pages 1-2, and blank pages.
Volume 220

Lamb, Charles. Tales from Shakespeare by Charles and Mary Lamb, edited with an introduction by Alfred Ainger (Boston: R.H. Hinkley Company).

Physical Description: 24.5 x 16 cm

Spine title: The Works of Charles Lamb Edmonton Edition IV : Tales from Shakspeare [sic].
Dummy with blue hand-painted covers, Japan vellum paper; containing printed title page, front matter, and pages v-[xxvi], 1-[395]; with uncut pages.
Volume 221

Lamb, Charbles. The letters of Charles Lamb : newly arranged, with additions / edited, with introduction and notes, by Alfred Ainger (Boston: R.H. Hinkley Company).

Physical Description: 24.5 x 16 cm

Spine title: The Works of Charles Lamb Edmonton Edition X : Letters Volume II
Dummy with blue hand-painted covers, Japan vellum paper; containing printed title page, front matter, and pages [1]-275 (Chapter II-continued); with uncut pages. With stamp "Printer's Copy: Not in Edition."
Volume 222

Locomobile Company of America. The New Book of the Locomobile [Copy 1 of 2].

Physical Description: 23.5 x 29 cm

Dummy with blue hand-painted cover. Chiefly blank pages; with printed title page, front matter, plate, and page 15. Copy 1 has handwritten note on inside front cover: "T.H. Cleland says he sent Locomobile people to Updike. This however was never completed."
Volume 223

Locomobile Company of America. The New Book of the Locomobile [Copy 2 of 2].

Physical Description: 23.5 x 29 cm

Dummy with blue hand-painted cover. Chiefly blank pages; with printed title page, front matter, plate, and page 15. Copy 2 has inserted pencil note listing photogravures and line cuts.
Volume 224

Robinson, Edwin Arlington. [Nicodemus].

Physical Description: 24 x 17 cm

Dummy with blue feather-design hand-painted covers; chiefly blank pages; first pages have penciled notes for front-matter placement; one printed leaf: pages 1-2, titled "Nicodemus."
Volume 225

Wharton Edith. Crucial Instances (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1901).

Physical Description: 20 x 13 cm

Spine title: CE Edith Wharton, Scribners [Damaged]
With printed title page and pages 2-[242]; pages 1 and 4-5 are blank. With pencil note on inside front cover: "Keep as dummy pages 4-5 not printed."
Volume 226

[Blank book with red hand-painted covers].

Physical Description: 18 x 12 cm

Dummy volume with floral design red-hand painted cover; with all blank pages except for one middle page containing two woodcut illustrations.
Volume 227

[Untitled dummy with blue paper covers].

Physical Description: 17 x 11 cm

Small dummy book with blue paper covers and one page of printed text: page 3 "Installation banquet" + blank pages.
Volume 228

[Untitled dummy].

Physical Description: 23.5 x 16 cm

Volume of blank pages; front cover has same front cover design as volume 229; "436" noted in pencil on second leaf of book.
Volume 229

[Binding dummy with blue front cover design].

Physical Description: 23.5 x 16 cm

Contains blue covers (unattached) fitted around a blank volume; front cover has blue embossed design; inside front cover marked "A" in pencil.
Volume 230

[Untitled Dummy].

Physical Description: 23.5 x 16 cm

Volume of blank pages save for one leaf with printed text titled: "The First Book of Moses Called Genesis"; inside front cover marked "B" in pencil.
Volume 231

[Dummy sample- Style A].

Physical Description: 31 x 22 cm

Sample volume chiefly of blank hand-made paper. Volume has tan buckram back and red linen sides. Typescript label on inside back cover identifies price and style.
Volume 232

[Dummy sample- Style B].

Physical Description: 31 x 22 cm

Sample volume chiefly of blank machine-made paper with page of text describing "Dumbarton Oaks Papers Number 1 by Hayford Peirce and Royall Tyler" and opposing page with image of silk woven design. Volume has green buckram back and tan linen sides. Typescript label on inside back cover identifies price and style.
Volume 233

[Dummy sample- Style C].

Physical Description: 31 x 22 cm

Sample volume chiefly of blank machine-made paper with page of text describing "Dumbarton Oaks Papers Number 1 by Hayford Peirce and Royall Tyler" and opposing page with image of silk woven design. Volume has tan buckram back, green linen sides, and green French marble paper endpaper. Typescript label on inside back cover identifies price and style.
Volume 234

[Dummy sample- Style D].

Physical Description: 31 x 22 cm

Sample volume chiefly of blank hand-made paper with page of text describing "Dumbarton Oaks Papers Number 1 by Hayford Peirce and Royall Tyler" and opposing page with image of silk woven design. Volume in full red linen with brown French marble paper endpaper. Typescript label on inside back cover identifies price and style.
Box 327

Decorative endpaper samples. 1898-1904

Physical Description: 1 box

This box contains decorative endpaper samples including varied marbled, floral, and geometric designs.
 

Materials collected by or about the Press. 1896-1946

Physical Description: 5 boxes and 2 volumes
 

Press notices. 1896-1940s

Physical Description: 2 volumes

Two scrapbooks containing clippings about the Merrymount Press.
Volume 235

Press notices. 1896-1903, 1916-1923

Volume 236

Press notices. 1904-1934

Box 328

Publications/Articles about Updike and the Press. 1940-1942

Physical Description: 1 box
 

American Institute of Graphic Arts Daniel Berkeley Updike and the Merrymount Press. (New York 1940).

 

DeWolfe Howe, M. A. Updike of Merrymount : The Scholar-Printer [Reprinted from The Atlantic Monthly, May 1942].

 

DeWolfe Howe, M. A. The Atlantic. (May 1942 issue).

Includes article "Updike of Merrymount : The Scholar-Printer" by M.A. DeWolfe Howe.
 

Graphic Arts Monthly. The Graphics Arts Monthly and the Printing Industry. (January 1942).

Includes obituary for Daniel Berkeley Updike on page 66, as well as one by Douglas C. McMurtie on page 56.
 

Huntington Library. The Work of the Merrymount Press and Its Founder Daniel Berkeley Updike (1860-1941) : An Exhibition Prepared by Gregg Anderson. (San Marino, California 1942).

 

Monotype Corporation A Lunch-Time Exhibition held at the works of the Monotype Corporation LTD Commemorating A Gift of Printed Work composed in "Monotype" Times Roman and Printed, by D.B. Updike, The Merrymount Press of Boston, Mass. (Salfords, Surrey, March 1941) [2 copies of booklet].

 

New York Public Library Bulletin of the New York Public Library. (February 1940, Volume 44, Number 2).

With article "Printing from the 16th to the 20th Century : Introduction to the Catalogue of an Exhibition" by Charles F. McCombs.
 

Rollins, Carl Purington D.B. Updike: The Merrymount Press. [1940].

1 page galley for Publishers Weekly article, March 2, 1940.
 

Wroth, Lawrence C. D. B. Updike : a Great Printer. (Chicago 1942).

Reprinted from Notes for Bibliophiles, a column of the New York Herald Tribune Books.
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77 plates of Greek Types (facsimiles).

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Miscellaneous items chiefly related to typography.

Box 332

Miscellaneous items chiefly related to typography.

Box 331

Catalogs related to printing and typography.

Physical Description: 1 box

These catalogs, chiefly bookseller sales catalogs, are primarily related to printing and typography; most of these catalogs contain the Merrymount Press bookplate.
 

A. Rouart, Lerolle et cie Catalogue de musicologie. Paris, 1909.

 

Bernard Q'uaritch (Firm). A catalogue of books on bibliography & palaeography … No. 639 London, 1946.

 

Birrell & Garnett, Ltd. Typography, a catalogue. Catalogue 34 [Newport, Mont. : s.n., 193-].

 

Breslauer, Martin. An illustrated catalogue of books and manuscripts in two parts. No. 55. London, 1942.

 

Breslauer, Martin. "Catalogus Catalogorum" No. 56 London, 1943.

 

E.P. Goldschmidt & Co. Myth, fable & allegory : catalogue 82 London, ca. 1940s?

 

Enschedé, J. W. (Jan Willem). Catalogue de la bibliothèque de feu M. -J.W. Enschedé ... La Haye : Van Stockum's Antiquariaat (J.B.J. Kerling), 1927.

 

Grafton & Co. Bibliography printing & typefounding books from famous presses. No. 42 London, 1925.

 

Grafton & Co. Printing and bibliography. Catalogue no. 56. London, [1926].

 

Grafton & Co. Printing arts and bibliography. No. 64 London, 1928.

 

Grafton & Co. The book : its production and its use. Catalogue no. 71. London, [1928].

 

John and Edward Bumpus, Ltd. Modern fine printing : an exhibition of the work of the private presses and other notable printers English American and Continental together with some limited editions and first editions of modern authors. London, 1931.

 

McLeish & Sons. Catalogue No. 30 London, 1927.

 

Munsell, Joel. Catalogue of books on printing and the kindred arts [annotated copy].

 

Sloog, Maurice. French books of the Romantic Period … No. 18.

 

Wolffheim, Werner. Versteigerung der Musikbibliothek des Herrn Dr. Werner Wolffheim I. Teil Tafelband [Berlin : s.n., 1928] [Accompanied by pages 129-176 (disbound)].

 

XVIIIth century shop, New York. The Art of the Press : Part II. Iconography. Books on Engraving. New York, ca. 1921.

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