Isador Mendle Collection on the History of Printing
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Series III. John G. Wilson correspondence. [series]:   
Scope: Consists of letters from various individuals to Wilson, a British bookdealer and manager of Bumpus Book Dealers, concerning business; also clippingsand other miscellany relating to the book trade.

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1. General correspondence.   
Scope: Consists of letters to Wilson, a British book dealer, in his capacity asmanager of Bumpus Book Dealers.

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Correspondence to Wilson from March 1911 to February 1929. (355 items)
2. Letters laid in books.   
Scope: Consists of one letter by Wilson and one letter to him originally laidin books.

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Two letters: ALS by Wilson to George Bernard Shaw, laid in SirHall Caine's The White Prophet; the other a TLSto Wilson from the Monotype Corp., laid in A Selectionof Types from the Country Press. (2 items)
3. Miscellany.   
Scope: Consists of materials relating to the book trade and literature.

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Contains clippings concerning the book trade and literary events,one printed engraving, sales slip, business card, tear sheet from essay onSwinburne, with sketched announcement of same on verso. (8 items)