University of Virginia Library

Search this document 


expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
collapse section 
collapse section2.0. 
expand section2.1. 
collapse section2.2. 
B. United States

expand section 


Page 252

B. United States

  • ABBOTT, JACOB, The Harper Establishment. A Reprint of the 1855 Edition, with an Introduction by Jacob Blanck, Hamden, Conn., The Shoe String Press, 1956. 160 p.[987]
  • ADAMS, P. G., The Real Author of William Byrd's Natural History of Virginia , AL , 281 (1956):211-20(Large borrowings from John Lawson's History of Carolina made by Samuel Jenner in his Neu-gefundenes Eden, which was translated and published as Byrd's in 1940)[988]
  • ALLEN, G. W., Regarding the “Publication” of the First Leaves of Grass , AL , 28 (1956):78-9[989]
  • ARCHER, H. R., William M. Cheney: Typesticker, Quly News Letter , Book Club of California, 22:62-7[990]
  • ARMS, GEORGE, GIBSON, W. M., and MARSTON, F. C., Jr., Prefaces to Contemporaries (1882-1920) , by William Dean Howells; facsimile reproductions; with introduction and bibliographical note, Gainesville, Fla., Scholars' Facsimiles and Reprints, 1957. xx, 200 p.[991]
  • BAKER, E. F., Printers and Technology; a History of the International Printing Pressmen and Assistants' Union , New York, Columbia Univ. Press, 1957. 563 p.[992]
  • BONK, W. J., Michigan's First Bookstore; a Study of the Books Sold in the Detroit Book Store, 1817-1828 , Ann Arbor, Univ. of Michigan, Dept. of Library Science, 1957. 36 p.[993]
  • BONK, W. J., The Printing, Publishing and Bookselling Activities of John P. Sheldon and His Associates in Detroit, 1817-1830 , 1956 (Thesis, Univ. of Michigan)[994]
  • BOWERS, FREDSON, The Earliest Manuscript of Whitman's “Passage to India” and its Notebook, BNYPL , 61:319-52[995]
  • BRUCCOLI, M. J., Textual Variants in Sinclair Lewis's Babbitt, SB , 11:263-8[996]
  • BRYAN, KIRKE, The First American Color Printer , Norristown, The Author, 1957. [16] p.(Gustav S. Peters, Harrisburg, Pa., 1826-1847; by “first” the author means “on an extensive scale.”)[997]
  • CARPENTER, E. H., Jr., Bibliographical Notes on the Los Angeles Charter and Ordinances, to 1889, Bulletin , Southern California Chapter, Antiquarian Booksellers Assn. of America, No. 2:7[998]
  • COYLE, L. P., Howells' Campaign Biography of Rutherford B. Hayes: A Series of Letters, Ohio Historical Quart. , 66:391-406[999]
  • CUNNINGHAM, N. E., Jr. Early Political Handbills in the United States, William and Mary Quart. , 14:70-3[1000]
  • DA PONTE, DURANT, Some Evasions of Censorship in Following the Equator , AL , 29:92-5[1001]
  • DAVID, C. W., The Longwood Library [of the du Pont Family], PBSA , 51:183-202[1002]
  • EDEL, LEON, Autobiography in Fiction: An Unpublished Review by Henry James, HLB , 11:245-57[1003]
  • EDMUNDS, JOHN, Two Funeral Compositions in Memory of George Washington, BNYPL , 61:59-62[1004]
  • FRENCH, H. D., Scottish-American Bookbindings: Six Examples from Colonial North America, Book Collector , 6:150-9[1005]
  • GARDINER, C. H., Promoting a Book: Prescott to Bancroft, December 20, 1837, PBSA , 51:335-9(Ferdinand and Isabella, 1837)[1006]
  • GILKES, LILLIAN, and BAUM, J. H., Stephen Crane's Last Novel, The O'Ruddy, Columbia Libr. Columns , 6:41-8(Completed by Robert Barr)[1007]
  • GROS, S. L., Four Possible Additions to Hawthorne's “Story Teller,” PBSA , 51:90-5[1008]
  • GUILDS, J. C., Jr., William Gilmore Simms and the Cosmopolitan , Georgia Hist. Quart. , 41:31-41[1009]
  • GULLASON, T. A., Additions to the Canon of Stephen Crane, Nineteenth-Century Fiction , 12:157-60[1010]
  • HALL, F. H., Public Printing in North Carolina, 1816-1861 , 1956 (Thesis, Univ. of N. C.)[1011]
  • HAMILTON, SINCLAIR, Portrait of a Puritan: John Foster's Woodcut of Richard Mather, PULC , 18:43-8[1012]

  • 253

    Page 253
  • HANCOCK, H. B., and WILKINSON, N. B., The Gilpins and Their Endless Papermaking Machine, Penn. Mag. of Hist. & Biography , 81:391-405[1013]
  • HITCHINGS, S. H., A Boston Wood Engraver of the Eighties: G. J. LaCroix, Printing & Graphic Arts , 5:71-9[1014]
  • HOFER, PHILIP, John Howard Benson and His Work, 1901-1956 . . . Preface by Lawrence C. Wroth. Introduction by Rudolph Ruzicka, New York, The Typophiles, 1957. xii, 58 p.[1015]
  • HORST, JOSEPH, Joseph Funk, Early Mennonite Printer and Publisher (With a Bibliography), Mennonite Quart. Review , 31:260-77[1016]
  • JOHNSTON, P. E., Caxton Printers, Ltd., Regional Publishers, Pacific Northwest Quart. , 48:100-5[1017]
  • JORDAN, W. T., Noah B. Cloud and the American Cotton Planter , Agricultural History , 31:No. 4:44-9[1018]
  • KASER, DAVID, Messrs. Carey & Lea of Philadelphia; a Study in the History of the Booktrade , Philadelphia, Univ. of Penn. Press, 1957. 182 p.[1019]
  • KATZ, W. A., A Historical Survey of Washington Publishers and Printer from 1842 to 1956 , 1956.(Thesis, Univ. of Wash.)[1020]
  • KENNERLY, S. L., Confederate Juvenile Imprints: Children's Books and Periodicals Published in the Confederate States of America, 1861-1865 , 1957 (Thesis, Univ. of Michigan)[1021]
  • KILGOUR, R. L., Estes and Lauriat; a History, 1872-1898; with a Brief Account of Dana Estes and Company, 1898-1914 , Ann Arbor, Univ. of Michigan Press, 1957. 238 p.[1022]
  • KOHN, J. S. Van E., Mark Twain's 1601 , PULC , 18:49-54[1023]
  • LEMMER, G. F., Early Agricultural Editors and Their Farm Philosophies, Agricultural History , 31:No. 4:3-22[1024]
  • LEWIS, B. M., A History and Bibliography of American Magazines , 1956 (Thesis, Univ. of Michigan)[1025]
  • LINGENFELTER, R. E., and DWYER, R. A., The “Nonpariel” Press of T. S. Harris , Los Angeles, Dawson Book Shop, 1957. 71 p.(Early California Travel Ser. 39)[1026]
  • LUDWIG, R. M., A Reading of the James Gould Cozzens Manuscripts, [With a Checklist of] The Novels and Short Stories of James Gould Cozzens, PULC , 19:1-14[1027]
  • McDADE, T. M., Lurid Literature of the Last Century: The Publications of E. E. Barclay, Amer. Book Collector , 8:15-25(Reprint of SB. Check List, No. B504)[1028]
  • McDERMOTT, J. F., Private Libraries in Frontier St. Louis, PBSA , 51:19-37[1029]
  • MATHEWS, J. C., Emerson's Translation of Dante's Vita Nuovo , HLB , 11:208-44, 346-62[1030]
  • MILES, E. A., The Mississippi Press in the Jackson Era, 1824-1841, Jour. of Mississippi History , 19:1-20[1031]
  • MILLER, C. W., Benjamin Franklin's Philadelphia Type, SB , 11:179-206[1032]
  • MILLER, R. M., A Brief History of the World Publishing Company, Cleveland, Ohio, 1957 (Thesis, Western Reserve Univ.)[1033]
  • MOTT, F. L., A History of American Magazines, [Vol. IV] 1885-1905 , Harvard Univ. Press, 1957. 187 p.(Also reprint of first three vols.)[1034]
  • NASH, RAY, American Book Illustration, 1945-1955 , Gutenberg-Jahrb. (1957):286-93[1035]
  • NORONA, DELF, A Check-List of West Virginia Imprints, 1790-1863, West Virginia History , 18:256-63[1036]
  • PEARSON, J. R., Jr., Story of a Magazine: New York's Galaxy, 1866-1878; a Study Based on the Unpublished Correspondence of Its Editors, BNYPL. 61:217-37, 281-302[1037]
  • PIERCE, A. D., Iron in the Pines , New Brunswick, Rutgers Univ. Press, 1957. 253 p.(Includes account of the Pleasant Mills cotton and paper factories)[1038]
  • POSEY, W. B., Adiel Sherwood, Georgia's First Gazeteer, Emory Univ. Quart. , 13:17-26[1039]
  • POWELL, J. H., The Books of a New Nation: United States Government Publications, 1774-1814 , Univ. of Pa. Press, 1957. 170 p.(A. S. W. Rosenbach Fellowship in Bibliography Pubns.)[1040]

  • 254

    Page 254
  • REICHART, W. A., The Earliest German Translations of Washington Irving's Writings, BNYPL , 61:491-8[1041]
  • RICKELS, MILTON, A Bibliography of the Writings of Thomas Bangs Thorpe, AL , 29:171-9[1042]
  • SCHEIDE, W. H., Love for the Printed Word as Expressed in the Scheide Library, PBSA , 51:214-26[1043]
  • SCHICK, F. L., The Paperbound Book in America; the History of Paperbacks and Their European Antecedents , 1957 (Thesis, Univ. of Michigan)[1044]
  • SCHLEBECKER, J. T., Dairy Journalism: Studies in Successful Farm Journalism, Agricultural History , 31:No. 4:23-33[1045]
  • SHANLEY, J. L., The Making of “Walden,” with the Text of the First Version , Univ. of Chicago Press, 1957. 214 p.[1046]
  • SILVER, R. G., Financing the Publication of Early New England Sermons, SB , 11:163-78[1047]
  • SILVER, R. G., Prologue to Copyright in America: 1772, SB , 11:259-62(A Massachusetts bill)[1048]
  • STALLMAN, R. W., Stephen Crane; Some New Stories, BNYPL , 61:36-46[1049]
  • STRAUCH, C. F., The Importance of Emerson's Skeptical Mood, HLB , 11:117-39(“The Skeptic,” by Emerson, printed from a manuscript at Harvard)[1050]
  • TILTON, E. M., “Literary Bantlings”: Addenda to the Holmes Bibliography, PBSA , 51:1-18[1051]
  • WAINWRIGHT, N. B., Scull and Heap's Map of Philadelphia, Penn. Mag. of Hist. & Biog. , 81:69-75[1052]
  • WEISERT, J. J., Mrs. Stowe First Writes of Kentuckians for Kentuckians, PBSA , 51:340-1[1053]
  • WEYGAND, J. L., A Collection of Pressmarks -- Gathered from American Private Presses, and from Others Not So Private , Nappanee, Indiana, James Lamar Weygand, 1956. 94 p.[1054]
  • WHITE, WILLIAM, More About the “Publication” of the First Leaves of Grass , AL , 28:516-7[1055]
  • WILEY, JOHN, AND SONS, INC., The First One Hundred and Fifty Years: A History of John Wiley and Sons, Incorporated, 1807-1957 , New York, Wiley, 1957. 267 p.[1056]
  • WILLGING, E. P., and HATZFELD, HERTA, Catholic Serials in the 19th Century in the United States: A Bibliographical Survey and a Union List, Parts V & VI, Records of the American Catholic Historical Soc. of Philadelphia , 67:Nos. 2, 3,4:120-32; 67:Nos. 1 & 2:3-28(Parts I-IV, SB Check List, No. B535)[1057]
  • WILSON, M. T., Amelia Simmons Fills a Need: American Cookery, 1796, William & Mary Quart. , 14:16-30[1058]
  • WITTKE, CARL, The German Language Press in America , Lexington, Univ. of Kentucky Press, 1957. 311 p.(Newspapers and magazines)[1059]
  • WOLF, EDWIN, 2d, [Account of the Identification of Books from the Library of Benjamin Franklin, and of Franklin's Cato Major], IN The Annual Report of the Library Company of Philadelphia for the Year 1956 , Philadelphia, The Library Company of Philadelphia, 1957, at pp. 7-19 and 23-25[1060]
  • WOLF, EDWIN, The Year after Franklin's Year, PBSA , 51:227-35(Review of the celebration of the 250th anniversary of his birth)[1061]