Certain Letters of James Howell Selected from the Familiar Letters as First Published Between 1645 & 1655
(James Howell)

New York: William Edwin Rudge, 1928. (xi) + 85 pages; James Howell (c. 1594 - 1666) British writer & traveler, often linked by correspondence, as here, with many of the literary and royal figures of his time; Fred W. Goudy having given the lectures at NYU which were the basis for this book and had suggested the type design; Edith Diehl directed the binding of the 1000 copies printed; bound in beige paper covered boards, brown cloth tips and spine, spine with gilt titles, top edge gilt; light wear to binding; volume in very good condition, a good example of 20th century printing & typography. Very Good H (Item ID: 18964)


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