Would a list of 1928/29 Transitionals be helpful?

Sharon Biederman sbiederm at nova.umuc.edu
Wed Feb 22 15:23:22 EST 2006


     I don't think they all got reprinted.  What I was saying is that if
you started with the printing records for the titles you would get a more
accurate list than by counting which ones members have in their
collections.  Perhaps I see more than many people because my collection is
focused on the 1928-39 period.

On Wed, 22 Feb 2006, Scot Kamins wrote:

> On Feb 22, 2006, at 8:21 AM, Sharon Biederman wrote:
> >  Is the goal to find a copy of each title?  Perhaps
> > an easier way to get a total is to assume that any book reprinted
> > in those months had a transitional binding.  They are not uncommon.
> Well, this surprises me!
> There were 150 titles in the catalog at that time. Did they all sell  
> so well that nearly all of them had to be reprinted within that short  
> 3-month period, and in such numbers that a sufficient quantity  
> survived to this day?
> Barry, do you have any insight into this?
> Scot Kamins
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