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Fri Mar 21 17:11:56 2014 UTClccn-n500339430.00[Austin, Texas], to editor, the Atlantic monthly, Boston, Mass.,0.631.00Elkin Mathews VIII : sherry and shibboleths /51831533John_Carter_(author)n 5003394369274Carter, J. W. 1905-1975Carter, John, 1905-1975Carter, John W., 1905-1975Carter, John Waynflete.Carter, John Waynflete, 1905-1975Ignoramus 1905-1975Ignoramus 1905-1975 PseudonymMarlow Harriet 1905-1975Marlow, Harriet 1905-1975 PseudonymShears Homlock 1905-1975Shears, Homlock 1905-1975 PseudonymWaynflete Carter, John 1905-1975Waynflete George 1905-1975Waynflete, George 1905-1975 PseudonymWaynflete, John, 1905-1975カーター, JcontainsVIAFID/26039991Waynflete, Johnlccn-n50017406Barker, Nicolasauiclbedtlccn-n50020463Pollard, Grahamauilccn-n79059345Wise, Thomas James1859-1937lccn-n79141239Housman, A. E.(Alfred Edward)1859-1936lccn-n50016838Muir, Percy H.(Percy Horace)1894-1979othlccn-n80033931Browne, ThomasSir1605-1682lccn-n50070141CyrusKing of Persia-529 or 530 B.C.lccn-n50021230Sparrow, John1906-1992lccn-n82160079Collins, John(John F. R.)edtlccn-n50024967Forman, H. Buxton(Harry Buxton)1842-1917Carter, John1905-1975DictionariesHistoryBibliographyExhibition catalogsBibliography‡vExhibition catalogsBibliography‡vCatalogsCatalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcBook collectingBibliographyBook industries and tradePrintingBooksLiterary forgeries and mystificationsWise, Thomas James,AntiquitiesUrn burialGardeningEngland--NorfolkBook collectorsHousman, A. E.--(Alfred Edward),EnglandLatin literatureLatin philologyEnglish literatureEnglish literature--First editionsPamphlets--ForgeriesBookbindingSwinburne, Algernon Charles,Charles Ottley, Landon & Co. (Imaginary organization)First editionsGreat BritainBest booksEnglish fictionCarter, John,Rare booksAntiquarian booksellersBibliographersUnited StatesBooksellers and booksellingBorrow, George,ForgeryMorison, Stanley,Type and type-foundingTennyson, Alfred Tennyson,--Baron,Publishers' bindingsForman, H. Buxton--(Harry Buxton),English imprints--ForgeriesDeathCyrus,--King of Persia,Publishers and publishingLibrariesVirginia--Lancaster CountyBookbinding--MaterialsCarter, JohnDummies (Bookselling)Catullus, Gaius ValeriusCriticism, Textual19051975190619111913191519161917191919211922192419261927192819301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319851987198819891990199119921994199519961997199820002002200320042006200720102011201212101309853098.3Z1006ocn013934872ocn001398581ocn001026608ocn001646441ocn422098367ocn463178344ocn185411150ocn313554339ocn752674971ocn002403899ocn006460044ocn144669016ocn367394262ocn185749410ocn186844211ocn460043554ocn186502290ocn460043592ocn015566879ocn762305181ocn220127509ocn4596219033501146ocn030892950book19510.53Carter, JohnABC for book collectorsDictionariesWords and phrases used in booksellers' and auctioneers' catalogs+-+6053629336105724ocn000576854book19670.53Carter, JohnPrinting and the mind of man: a descriptive catalogue illustrating the impact of print on the evolution of Western civilization during five centuriesHistoryExhibition catalogsCatalog of the printing and the mind of man exhibition held in conjunction with IPEX,196382326ocn000681347book19340.70Carter, JohnAn enquiry into the nature of certain nineteenth century pamphletsHistoryBibliography81240ocn000111304book19380.66Carter, JohnTaste & technique in book collecting; with an epilogue67316ocn003715112book19320.59Browne, ThomasUrne buriall and The garden of Cyrus66517ocn001292868book19560.56Carter, JohnBooks and book-collectors52316ocn000953538book19340.66Carter, JohnNew paths in book collecting45515ocn000059407book19690.63Housman, A. EThe confines of criticism : the Cambridge Inaugural, 191128412ocn001090908book19520.73Carter, JohnA.E. Housman; an annotated hand-listBibliography2714ocn009577596book19810.79Carter, JohnA.E. Housman, a bibliographyBibliography2518ocn000576435book19480.79Carter, JohnThe firm of Charles Ottley, Landon & Co. : footnote to An enquiryBibliography24913ocn000812663book19320.86Carter, JohnBinding variants in English publishing, 1820-1900History19313ocn001737012book19470.84National Book League (Great Britain)Victorian fiction; an exhibition of original editions, at 7 Albemarle street, London, January to February 1947, arranged by John Carter with the collaboration of Michael SadleirCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography CatalogsCatalogsBibliography Exhibition catalogsBibliography17912ocn006460044book19680.39Carter, JohnBücher die die Welt verändernHistoryExhibition catalogs1382ocn000377429book19700.88Carter, JohnGorfin's stockHistory12611ocn004682745book19350.88Carter, JohnPublisher's cloth; an outline history of publisher's binding in England, 1820-1900History1185ocn000070795book19690.92Carter, JohnThe mystery of 'The death of Balder'11311ocn001942724book19500.88Carter, JohnA handlist of the writings of Stanley MorisonHistoryBibliography1113ocn000457591book19670.86Carter, JohnPrecis of Paden, or, The sources of The new Timon1074ocn003875786book19670.90Carter, JohnThe forgeries of Tennyson's plays1492ocn053975542book20040.86Dickinson, Donald CJohn Carter : the taste & technique of a bookmanHistoryBiographyBibliography"Throughout his professional career, John Carter, 1905-1975, was recognized as one of the most important figures in the Anglo-American book world. He was known as an imaginative antiquarian book dealer, a creative bibliographer, and a stylish and thoughtful writer. In 1934, after working for several years in the London book trade, he achieved instant fame, along with his co-author Graham Pollard, for An Enquiry Into the Nature of Certain Nineteenth Century Pamphlets, a brilliant piece of detective work that exposed Thomas J. Wise, a highly regarded British bibliographer, as a forger and distributor of counterfeit publications. Although born in England and educated at Eton College and King's College, Cambridge, Carter was as well known in the United States as he was at home. His first professional position, working as a rare book specialist in Scribner's London office, involved frequent trips to the firm's main office in New York. There, he quickly built up a circle of friends including Frederich Melcher, the editor of Publishers Weekly, and Elmer Adler, the editor of The Colophon. With those useful connections he was able to publish over a dozen articles on bibliography and the rare book trade before he was thirty years old." "Carter was known for his independence of thought and action, a style of behavior formed at Cambridge as a student of A. E. Housman and sharpened in the book trade through association with tough-minded colleagues such as Stanley Morison, Percy Muir, David Randall, and Michael Sadleir. He was, above all, an articulate spokesman for the pleasures and challenges of book collecting. This work will be appreciated by all bibliophiles who are interested in the world of books."--BOOK JACKET+-+3286109306161ocn003146989book19770.56Jones, Christine AdamsJohn Carter I of "Corotoman" Lancaster County, VirginiaHistoryBiographySources151ocn015148368book19760.96Carter, JohnCatalogue of the valuable collection of printed books, the property of the late John CarterCatalogs71ocn011401705book19300.96Housman, A. EA fragment preserved by oral tradition51ocn265452853book19640.97Ambler, EricThe jealous god : from A kind of anger32ocn033297105book19600.81Carter, JohnFarewell, CatullusBibliography11ocn747233076mix1.00Housman, A. EA.E. Housman papersChiefly notebooks containing drafts, fair copies, and fragments of Housman's poetry, most of which were published in A Shropshire Lad (1896), Last Poems (1922), and More Poems (1936). Includes a photocopy of an analysis of the poems prepared by John Carter along with an index to the original arrangement of the notebooks. Also includes photocopies of the published volumes annotated by Carter with readings from the original manuscripts as transcribed from the notebooks, correspondence, and miscellaneous papers11ocn081991378book1976Catalogue of the valuable collection of printed books : the property of the late John Carter, Esq., C.B.E. ... : comprising books relating to bibliography and typographyBibliography11ocn122482550mix1.00Wardrop, JamesA series of 12 letters from Graily Hewitt, 20 letters from Stanley Morison, and 3 letters from John Carter to Sir James Wardrop; also 10 letters from Sir James Wardrop to Graily Hewitt. This correspondence deals with calligraphic and manuscript matters. The single manuscript is Wardrop's draft obituary of Hewitt11ocn122424202mixGrauer, BenPersonal correspondence and material relating to the book artsRecords and correspondencePersonal correspondence (1954-1969) as well as correspondence with antiquarian booksellers. Correspondents include John Carter; David Chambers; Fannie Hurst; and Leslie Mitchell. Notices, announcements, etc. relating to New York City area book arts events (1954-1967) as well as miscellaneous notices and articles. Hand-made and letterpress Christmas cards designed by friends of Grauer and received 1971-1974, including cards designed by Fritz Eichenberg, John De Pol and Antonio Visconti. Also, several photographs of Grauer and his wife as well as snapshots (probably of his library). Extensive collection of clippings from antiquarian booksellers' and auction catalogs (1965-1974) for a projected history of prices. A few items relate to Grauer's wife, Melanie Kahane11ocn122573220mix1945Ratchford, Fannie Elizabeth[Austin, Texas], to editor, the Atlantic monthly, Boston, MassRecords and correspondenceRatchford writes to correct alleged errors in John Carter's essay, "Thomas J. Wise and his forgeries," that appeared in the Atlantic monthly for February 1945. An autograph note signed at the top of this photocopy is addressed to George L. McKay, curator at the Grolier Club (a New York City bibliophile society)11ocn702132836mix1.00Beckford, WilliamWilliam Beckford collectionHistoryThe William Beckford Collection consists of correspondence, a few manuscripts, personal papers of Beckford family members, and other papers relating to Beckford research and collections11ocn466402212book19751.00Gentry, LinneaOn William Everson as printer11ocn242853071book19541.00Muir, Percy HElkin Mathews VIII : sherry and shibboleths11ocn070980264mix1.00Richards, GrantGrant Richards collection of A.E. Housman materialBiographyRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, manuscripts, typescripts, galley and page proofs, newspaper clippings, printed matter, musical scores, and other papers pertaining primarily to Richards's biography of A.E. Housman titled Housman, 1897-1936 (1941). Correspondents include A.E. Housman's brother and sister, Laurence Housman and Katharine E. Symons, Witter Bynner, John Carter, John Drinkwater, Ronald Firbank, B.W. Huebsch, Harold Nicolson, Maxwell E. Perkins, William Rothenstein, George Macaulay Trevelyan, Edmund Wilson, and Oxford University Press11ocn852505622book19751.00The book collectorBiography11ocn009660908book19751.00John Waynflete Carter, fellow : 10 May 1905-18 March 197501ocn122444902mixPirie, Robert SRobert S. Pirie papersRecords and correspondenceThe original inventory includes: correspondence relating to book and antique collecting of Robert S. Pirie; most of the letters are addressed to Pirie from fellow collectors, bibliophiles, and rare book and antique dealers. Correspondents include but are not limited to: F.B. Adams, Marie Angel, John Carter, John F. Fleming, E.P. Goldschmidt (London), Hamill & Barker (Chicago), Rupert Hart-Davis, John Hayward, B.E. Jurel-Jenson, Maggs Brothers (London), A.N.L. Munby, Michael Papantonio (Seven Gables Bookshop), Charles S. Ryskamp, John Sparrow, and J.L. Vellekoop of E.P. Goldschmidt. There is a collection of over 100 ALS and TLS from Philip Hofer of the Department of Graphic Art at Harvard University and 24 ALS from Sir Geoffrey Keynes concering preparation of the 4th edition of his Bibliography of Dr. John Donne (1973). Of the almost 200 ALS, TLS and telegrams from the firm of Bernard Quaritch in London, the majority are signed by P. N. Poole-Wilson+-+6053629336+-+6053629336Fri Mar 21 15:49:37 EDT 2014batch35585