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Fri Mar 21 17:05:42 2014 UTClccn-n832272160.00A guide to their study0.651.00A classified list of early American book-plates. With a brief description of the principal styles and a note as to the prominent engravers by Charles Dexter Allen. To accompany an exhibition at the Grolier club, October, 189416155298n 832272161032083lccn-n83227219Hewins, Eben Newelllccn-n50018827Hamilton, Walter1844-1899lccn-n83227217Brown, James Robertslccn-n83227218Fincham, H. W.(Henry Walter)lccn-n94031070Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n80085246Grolier Clublccn-n90717238Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n93037735Elizabeth Robins Pennell Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n85817520De Vinne Presslccn-n50057131Club of Odd VolumesAllen, Charles Dexter1865-1926BibliographyHistoryExhibition catalogsHumorRecords and correspondenceBookplates, AmericanBookplatesEnglish drama--RestorationEnglish dramaUnited StatesEngraversFishingFrench, Edwin Davis,English drama (Comedy)Hopson, William Fowler,Boston Theatre (Washington Street, Boston, Mass.)Authors, AmericanBierce, Ambrose,Club of Odd VolumesAllen, Charles Dexter,TravelConnecticut--HartfordNew York (State)--New YorkManners and customsRogers, Bruce,Grolier ClubStowaways (Organization)EditorsStone, Wilbur MaceyPrinting--Societies, etcFarquhar, George,ConnecticutDramaAuthorsLithographersWhitehill, Walter Muir,Illustration of booksConnecticut--Harwinton (Town)New HampshireShay, Frank,Booksellers and booksellingBunner, H. C.--(Henry Cuyler),La Farge, John,Hoe, Robert,Freeman, Fred,GenealogyRuzicka, Rudolph,Burdick, EugenePennell, Joseph,New York (State)--New York--ManhattanCommercial artistsBook collectorsCriticsConnecticut--Lebanon (Town)Bolton, Theodore,1865192618911894189518961898190119051909191019111914192119261968198519932010157655113822.4PR343763527ocn000587307book18940.56Allen, Charles DexterAmerican book-plates, a guide to their study with examplesBibliography36215ocn000434019book18950.56Allen, Charles DexterAmerican book-plates : a guide to their studyHistoryBibliography1699ocn001704045book18940.84Allen, Charles DexterA classified list of early American book-plates : with a brief description of the principal styles and a note as to the prominent engraversExhibition catalogs1565ocn001141941book18960.79Allen, Charles DexterEx libris : essays of a collector ...502ocn001541309book18980.92Club of Odd Volumes... Catalogue of a loan exhibition of book-plates and super-libros held by the Club of odd volumes, at the Museum of Fine Arts, April 25th to June 5th, 1898. Illustrated with reproductions of the Pirckheimer book-plate by Dürer, rare old American plates by Jos. Callender, Henry Dawkins, Amos Doolittle. N. Hurd, P.R. Maverick, Paul Revere and Jas. Turner, the plate of the Club of odd volumes, by E.D. French, and the Gaffield gift plate of the Museum of Fine Arts, by W.H.W. BicknellExhibition catalogs441ocn000631210book19260.94Kipling, RudyardOn dry-cow fishing as a fine artHumor221ocn002864589book19010.79Allen, Charles DexterA talk on book-plates; a paper read by Charles Dexter Allen at a meeting of the Club of Odd Volumes of Boston, Massachusetts191ocn001389751book19110.94Lemperly, PaulBook-plates and other engravings181ocn228772760book18980.63Museum of Fine Arts, BostonCatalogue of a loan exhibition of book-plates and superlibros held at the Club of odd volumes at the Museum of fine arts, April 25th to June 5th, 1898Exhibition catalogs162ocn018478342book19100.95Allen, Charles DexterThe book-plates of William Fowler Hopson, by Charles Dexter Allen81ocn018624183book19210.96Bierce, AmbroseContaining four Ambrose Bierce lettersRecords and correspondence81ocn020321479serial0.98In lantern-land71ocn691274716book20100.96Bookplates of the Club of Odd Volumes : a collection of members' bookplates from 1887 through 201051ocn851831170book1895Allen, Charles DexterA guide to their study51ocn028123288book19010.28American Board of Commissioners for Foreign MissionsSouvenir programHistory42ocn562136738book1894Grolier ClubA Classified List of early American Bookplates, with a brief description of the principal styles and a note as to the prominent engravers. By Charles Dexter Allen. [With illustrations.]32ocn083234796bookAllen, Charles DexterThe appeal of the book-plate, antiquarian and artistic32ocn166613894book18941.00Allen, Charles DexterA classified list of early American book-plates. With a brief description of the principal styles and a note as to the prominent engravers by Charles Dexter Allen. To accompany an exhibition at the Grolier club, October, 189421ocn264960141book17150.63Farquhar, GeorgeThe beaux' stratagem21ocn000222551book19211.00Bierce, Ambrose[Two letters from "Containing four Ambrose Bierce letters ... "] n.p., n.d11ocn700090569art18980.10Allen, Charles Dexter, Literary ManBiography11ocn058664306mixFrench, Edwin DavisCorrespondence and other papers (1894-1908?) related to engraver Edwin French. Most of the material is his letters to J. Winfrid Spenceley, Boston engraver, and Charles Dexter Allen, author of several books about bookplates. Most of French's lettrs were written from Saranac Lake, N.Y. and concern his bookplate work, other engravers, and personal matters. Other items include an article about his bookplates written in German, a letter concerning the sale of a memorial volume created by his friends in his memory, one letter written by his wife Mary Brainerd Lowell to Allen in 1901, and an empty portfolio that has the personal bookplates of French, Allen, and Bella C. Landauer affixed to it as well as a portrait photograph, presumably of E.D. French11ocn077115683book18950.10Allen, Charles Dexter, of Hartford, Connecticut; literary editor Hartford Post; born at Windsor Locks, Connecticut11ocn137231496art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamAllen, Charles Dexter11ocn207174469bookTerry, JamesThe first two boxes on the octavo shelf contain Terry's cardfile of notes on early American libraries, arranged in alphabetical order, and the third box holds his cardfile of notes on early American bookplates11ocn062679273art19010.10Charles Dexter Allen, HartfordBiography11ocn856907640bookAllen, Charles DexterCharles Dexter Allen diariesA collection of sixteen handwritten diaries written by Charles Dexter Allen from 1905 to 1926, showing his involvement with various New York City institutions, including the Stowaways Club and the Grolier Club. Diaries have notes on most pages and some have longer entries. Diaries also contain ephemera, including invitations, menus, note cards, event schedules, and newspaper clippings. All of the diaries contain information relating to the workings of the Stowaways Club and notes about its activities and members11ocn849528226mix1.00Wilson, Edward AEdward A. Wilson PapersSpanning 1915 to 1963, the Edward A. Wilson Papers comprises biographical material, correspondence, artwork, writings, and memorabilia of the Scottish-born illustrator, lithographer, and painter (1886-1970). The collection illuminates Wilson's artistic career, which ranged from book and magazine illustration to the design of advertisements, bookplates, magazine covers, postage stamps, and war posters11ocn122624086mixChew, BeverlyRecords and correspondenceTwenty-five holograph manuscripts of poems by Beverly Chew. Material concerning printing of Chew's Essays & verses about books (1926) includes three ALS from Daniel Berkeley Updike to Grolier Club librarian Ruth Shepard Grannis. Also one copy of The wish by Walter Pope with a preface by Chew and letter to him from Frank E. Hopkins, proprietor of the Marion Press. Chew's correspondents included, among others: Charles Dexter Allen, Samuel Putnam Avery, John Kendrick Bangs, H. C. Bunner, Theodore Low De Vinne, Bishop Arthur Cleveland Coxe, Samuel Albert Edwards, Clyde Fitch, Edwin Davis French, Ruth Shepard Grannis, Charles Swift Riche Hildeburn, Robert Hoe, Jr. and John LaFarge. Also: W. J. Linton, Brander Matthews, Sir William Osler, James R. Osgood, Rudolph Ruzicka, Anrew Fleming West, George Woodbury and John Henry Wrenn. Photograph of memorial resolution by Walter S. Gilliss and a New York Times obituary notice of 22 May 1924 that includes a description of Chew's library. Also six photographs of Chew's retirement home in Geneva, New York11ocn057065987art19090.10Charles Dexter AllenBiography11ocn070587548book18910.10Allen, Charles Dexter, of Hartford, Connecticut; born at Windsor Locks, Connecticut11ocn056121029art19140.10Charles Dexter AllenBiography11ocn145382438mixStowaways (Organization)Records, stored by the club in a steamer trunk, consist primarily of invitations, meeting and exhibit announcements, posters and other material printed by the club and concerning its activities. Also included is a guest book (1917) containing signatures of such notable members as Bruce Rogers, William E. Rudge, Wilbur Macey Stone, Laurence Gomme, and Fred Goudy, and containing drawings of the New York City restaurants where the club met. Includes three scrapbooks documenting activities created by Charles Dexter Allen between 1918 and 1922 as well as the official and unoffical "log books" of luncheon and dinner meetings (1907-1918) and financial records and House Committee records created by Wilbur Macey Stone. Also group photographs of club members and some correspondence. Of note is a small scrapbook of letters and postcards (1918-1919) from Private Milton Mooshy to W.L. Harden, while he was in the U.S. Army in France and Germany, and "luncheon boards" (place identications) from 1934-1936 which contain orignal art work by members11ocn742341846art19140.10Allen, Charles Dexter: authorBiography01ocn122452431mixWilson, Edward AArchivesCorrespondence (1919-1963), mostly incoming; original drawings, lithographs, and reproductions of advertisements, book illustrations, bookplates, magazine covers and illustrations, postage stamps, and war posters; articles and speeches; photographs of Wilson in his studio; and printed material, including articles and reviews (1922-1958), clippings (1915-1963), and exhibition catalogs and invitations (1930-1954)Fri Mar 21 15:41:09 EDT 2014batch19157