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Merrymount Press. Publisher: [Boston]: [Merrymount Press], [] Edition/Format: Print book: English: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Merrymount Press. Merrymount Press -- Bibliography -- Catalogs. Boston (Mass.) -- Imprints. View all. Abstract: This collection consists of the business records of the Merrymount Press of Boston, Massachusetts, and papers of its owner Daniel Berkeley Updike ().

The Press, which operated for 45 years, was known for its excellence in typography and design, especially in the field of decorative printing and bookmaking.

Group Cotting, Charles E. (related to property management and tenancy of the Press at Summer Street). Group C. Birchard & Co. (Boston). A Description of The Merrymount Press Summer Street Boston. Boston, MA: The Merrymount Press, First Edition (presumed).

Wraps. Small owner ticket of Edith Guerrier (), noted librarian and writer. After her mother's death, she settled with her mother's family in New Bedford, Mass. A description of the Merrymount Press, Summer Street, Boston [; ] (3 copies) The Merrymount Press Boston: Its aims, work and equipment [Boston] (5 copies, various editions) see also Bruce Rogers Box 1 BOOKS REMOVED TO JOHNSON BOOKS Hawthorne, Nathaniel The Maypole of Merrymount from twice told tales [Boston; ].

Collection Description. The MHS bookplate collection contains early American designs by Nathaniel Hurd and Joseph Callender, but the bulk of this collection dates from the turn of the 19th century and includes such notable bookplate designers as Edwin Davis French, Stanley Harrod, Sidney Lawton Smith, and J.

Winfred Spenceley. street, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. Updike, Daniel Berkeley, The Merrymount Press,Summer-street, Boston, Mass., U.S.A.

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FOREWORD THIS little book is designed to call attention to some of the historic places in Roxbury. The compilers acknowledge their obligations to Drake's "Town of Roxbury," Shurtleff's "Topographical and Historical Description of Boston," Ellis's" History of Roxbury Town" and other records, as well as to many Roxbury citizens who have kindly given information on various minor points.

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Offices and Warehouses Photo of the façade of Caslon Letter Foundry; 82 & 83 Chiswell Street, London, E.C. (from the walls of the Merrymount Press #, ). The Boston A-List awards are based on more t votes from local Boston-area experts.

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Walden by Henry David Thoreau,Printed at the Merrymount Press for the members of the Limited Editions Club edition, in English. LOCATION OF LEGAL DESCRIPTION COURTHOUSE, REGISTRY OF Department of Natural Resources Henry. Charting My Life.

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overlooking Fort Point Channel at the gateway to Boston’s transformational Seaport District. 57 Richard Smith Jr. to John Winthrop Jr., Jin Daniel Berkeley Updike, Richard Smith: First English Settler of the Narragansett country, Rhode Island, with a series of letters written by his son, Richard Smith, Jr.

(Boston: Merrymount Press, ), Summer Street Boston, MA Find on map >> Owner: ARTIST BUILDING SUMMER Occupancy type: Condo Main (No Value) Type of property usage: Condominium Main (physical structure that houses all related condo units) Parcel's total lotsize: 12, square feet Year property was built: Year property was last remodeled: Number of levels in a structure: 8.

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As Boston grew large amounts of land were gained by landfilling. A number of famous buildings were built in Boston in the 19th century. The African Meeting House was dedicated in Park Street Church was dedicated in St Paul's Cathedral was dedicated in Boston Custom House was built in Its tower was added in Trinity.

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Legal. Help. The Merrymount Press: An Exhibition on the Occasion of the th Anniversary of the Founding of the Press: Hutner, Martin: PAPERBACK: 09/30/ $ The Philip Hofer Collection in the Houghton Library: A Catalogue of an Exhibition of The Philip Hofer Bequest in the Department of Printing and Graphic Arts: Garvey, Eleanor: PAPERBACK: 09/   When it’s time for lunch for those who work along the Summer Street corridor in downtown Boston, the dining options are bountiful.

Within. BOSTON — Boston crews responded to a level 2 hazmat situation at 99 Summer Street in downtown Boston on Saturday. Firefighters got a call around a.m. on Saturday about an unusual film substance on a car windshield. At approximately AM a level 2 response at 99 Summer St downtown.

A steam leak earlier sprayed unknown debris in the area. Fanny Goldstein was the director of the West End branch of the Boston Public Library from – the first Jewish woman to direct a BPL branch – and in her time there she curated the second largest collection of Judaica in the state, founded Jewish Book Week (which became the Jewish Book Council of America), compiled “must-read” lists of Jewish authors, and more.

Spiritualism -- Bibliography. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Spiritualism; Occultism -- Bibliography; Bibliography; Filed under: Spiritualism -- Bib.

That may seem like an inordinate amount of time for a slim book with no text, but it should be remembered that was an extremely busy year for Dwiggins with substantial book projects for The Lakeside Press (Tales of Edgar Allan Poe), Random House (Strange Case of Dr.

Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), and The Merrymount Press (The Complete Angler by.2. Beacon Press One of the oldest book publishing companies in Boston, Beacon Press is an independent publisher that deliver both fiction and nonfiction literary items that promote diverse philosophies on fundamental issues.

This makes the publishing company one of the favorites by renowned and struggling book authors.Essex Street. It’s always interesting to see anachronistic trades and businesses in publications such as this as well: anything to do with horses, all those tanneries and factories, lead works, house movers (moving houses rather than the contents of houses): there were two in Salem!

This was a city full of houses of worship and work, many stores, and many banks–and not so many restaurants.

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