A Group of the Caxton Brochures Including: Series A. No. 1, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.
(Caxton Society)

South Framingham Massachusetts: Caxton Society, 1909. Group of literary booklets from the Caxton Society; averaging 25-35 pages each, usually with a frontispiece illustration; bound in illustrated paper wrap covers, side-string sewn; subjects include: A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig; Chinese Philospher's Son-Goldsmith; Poor Richard's Almanack; Thoreau, Character and Opinions; Essays of Francis Bacon; Wisdom of Chesterfield; Love Letters of Henry VIII; later issues notice a change of address of the Society to Pittsfield; paper quality changes and advertisements for various companies appear, including those for Elbert Hubbard and the 'Fra' publications; different color paper wraps; edge, tips wear & darkening of paper covers, some splitting and chipping; contents with a few stray pencil marks and otherwise clean and in very good condition and interesting early twentieth century literary history. Good S (Item ID: 17950)


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