Cambridge, MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard University, 1967.
First edition. 4to. xiv, 236p. Illustrated. Gilt-titled black cloth. Fine in d.j. One snall ink mark on d.j. cover. Item #19175
"A book collector of impeccable taste and a man considered by his colleagues to be an unrivaled bibliographic scholar, the late William Alexander Jackson, founding librarian of the Houghton Library, more than doubled, both in quality and quantity, Harvard's collection of rare book s and manuscripts. In this handsome illustrated volumes are gathered eighteen of his published and previously unpublished articles on book collecting, bibliography, and related subjects." (Jacket blurb).