ML 24, Ouida In a Winter City

Gordon Neavill aa3401 at wayne.edu
Sun Mar 16 22:05:39 EST 2003


Thanks, Pete.
Barry

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> Barry,
> I've never seen a Ouida in an ML Inc. binding. My copy is a first printing
> with the standard "BL" logo on the spine of the DJ and the title page. I
have
> never seen one with a cowled monk device either. Of course, jacketed
copies
> are so rare I'm not sure that means a lot.
> Pete
>
> << Does anyone have Ouida, In a Winter City in a ML, Inc. binding (#4) or
> jacket (Jacket 2 or 3)?
>
>  In a Winter City was published by Boni & Liveright in 1923 and
discontinued
> by Cerf and Klopfer at the end of 1926.  I'm pretty sure Cerf and Klopfer
> never made a printing of their own.  (Let me know if you have a copy with
a
> ML, Inc. title page with the Bernhard torchbearer!)
>
>  I have seen B&L copies in ML, Inc. binding 4.  Most of the B&L stock Cerf
> and Klopfer inherited was unbound; they sold these copies in their own
> bindings (binding #4) and usually their own jackets (jacket #2 or 3).
>
>  I've never seen In a Winter City in the ML, Inc. jacket (#2 or 3) and
would
> be grateful to know if anyone has one.
>
>  I don't think B&L ever published In a Winter City with the monk device on
> the title page.  Again, if you have one, please let me know!
>
>  Many thanks,
>
>  Barry
>
>  Gordon B. Neavill
>  Associate Professor
>  Library and Information Science Program
>  Wayne State University
>  106 Kresge Library
>  Detroit MI 48202
>  313-577-0507 (voice); 313-577-7563 (fax)
>
>




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