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definite claim to beauty : some treasures from the Rylands private press collection.

David W. Riley

definite claim to beauty : some treasures from the Rylands private press collection.

by David W. Riley

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Published by John Rylands University Library?] in [Manchester? .
Written in English


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Reprinted from Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, vol.72, no.2, summer 1990.

ContributionsJohn Rylands University Library of Manchester.
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Open LibraryOL13909270M

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Definite claim to beauty : some treasures from the Rylands private press collection by David W. Riley Download PDF EPUB FB2

'A DEFINITE CLAIM TO BEAUTY': SOME TREASURES FROM THE RYLANDS PRIVATE PRESS COLLECTION* DAVID W. RILEY JOHN RYLANDS UNIVERSITY LIBRARY OF MANCHESTER Emery Walker's lecture in November to the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society is a well-known landmark in the history of the.

'A definite claim to beauty': Some treasures from the Rylands Private Press Collection Buy Article: $ + tax (Refund Policy) For over a century, the Bulletin of the John Rylands Library has published research that complements the Library's special collections.

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