2 edition of Rowfant Club found in the catalog.
Anderson, Russell Howard
|Statement||by Russell H. Anderson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||101|
The Rowfant Club Annual Scholarship is intended to support students who are studying the bibliographic arts and who embrace the love of books and the preservation of the written word. Recipients of the award should have an interest in some or all of the following areas: Rare books; archives; book arts; binding; history of books; publishing. The Rowfant Club of Cleveland, OH began over a hundred years ago, as a society for those who studied, appreciated, and, in particular, collected books. Rare and limited editions, especially. Besides promoting friendship and comradery among their members, from their earliest beginnings, the Rowfant Club existed in part to publish its own fine.
Cleveland: The Rowfant Club, Watermark portrait. 8vo. Original quarter vellum over paste-paper boards. Minor darkening to vellum; slipcase lacking. Limited edition no of copies signed by Bruce Rogers who designed the book. This copy additionally signed and inscribed on the front free endpaper by Dard Hunter, dated from the. This book is a copy of "Baxter's Procrustes" by Charles Waddell Chenutt. This edition was printed for the members of the Rowfant Club by Carroll Coleman at The Prarie Press, Iowa City, Iowa. The type is hand set in original Janson, cast in Europe from the matrices produced in the seventeenth century by Anton Janson, Dutch punch cutter.
The Rowfant Club was founded in in Cleveland, Ohio, and was named for Rowfant, the home of Frederick Locker-Lampson, a nineteenth-century English poet and book collector. The purpose of this bibliophile club was to provide a forum for critical study of books and the publication of privately printed editions for its members. The other Rowfant candlesticks ranged in price from $ for a bronze candlestick made for the th Anniversary of the Rowfant Club by Sandro Bonaiuto, depicting a flame coming out of the center of an open book, impressed THE ROWFANT CLUB / / Cleveland, Ohio; to $ for a Cowan Pottery candlestick depicting a groundhog holding.
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Founded inThe Rowfant Club is a highly active bibliophilic society of Cleveland, Ohio. We are dedicated to the love of books in all their capacities to please the mind of man.
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The ROWFANT CLUB (), located at Prospect Ave. is an association founded 29 Feb.whose members are interested in "primarily the critical study of books in their various capacities to please the mind of man." Membership is by invitation.
The club was named for Rowfant, the home of Frederick Locker-Lampson (), near Crawley, Sussex, England. Locker-Lampson, a writer of light verse, was a leading book collector of his time.
In Rowfant Club book. the club acquired its present premises, a home designed and built in for George Merwin by who built the First Presbyterian Church (Old Stone). Published by The Rowfant Club, Cleveland [Ohio] "This book has printed for members of the Rowfant Club, Cleveland, by The Anthoensen Press, Portland, Maine, in.
At Rowfant, book cases dominate the walls and conversations can reach a level of excitement that many people might find odd. Book collecting and reading, book appreciation and study, literary adventures and writing are some of the contact sports of the Rowfant : Rick Ring.
The Rowfant Club was founded on Febru by a group of Cleveland, Ohio, book lovers and book collectors. The Club's purposes are to study the technical aspects of bookmaking and collecting as well as the literary side of books, and occasionally to publish for its members fine quality, limited editions of books of special interest.
The Rowfant Book by Ohio) Rowfant Club (Cleveland (Creator) - Alibris Buy The Rowfant Book by Ohio) Rowfant Club (Cleveland (Creator) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Once private publishers of its own "editions of books, prints, and kindred matter," the Rowfant Club has supported book talk, book collecting and book arts ever since.
It's hard to find the Rowfant Club and even harder to write about it because the club abhors publicity. Cleveland: The Rowfant Club, "Q: What is the Rowfant Club. A: An association of men interested in books." This is one of the many questions about the Rowfant Club answered in this second edition prepared by Wirth Howell, Carr Liggett, Lela Book Edition: Second Edition.
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The Fellowship of American Bibliophilic Societies (FABS) is an association of American book clubs whose members seek interaction with book collectors across the country and around the world.
At The Rowfant Club's th anniversary celebration inlocal members and their guests from book clubs in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, and San Francisco discovered common interests of bibliophilic book Abbreviation: FABS.
The club was named for Rowfant, the home of Frederick Locker-Lampson, a 19th century English poet and book collector who gave the undertaking his blessing. Scope and Contents Printed ephemera (invitations, announcements, etc.) issued by the Rowfant Club of Cleveland, Ohio.
Cleveland, Ohio bibliophile and book collector's club founded in It also issues limited editions of special interest books, and operated a bindery from. Not coincidently, the Rowfant Club, the Grolier Club, the Caxton Club and other storied book clubs sprouted up at the same time, in part to support fine-press, non-machine-made books.
The Merwin House is one of Cleveland’s oldest inhabited houses and one of the few remaining legacies of Cleveland’s robber-baron past. Rowfant Club (Cleveland, Ohio): Catalogue of an exhibition of rare and choice books: from the collections of members of the Rowfant club, at the Club House, October(Cleveland: Rowfant Club, ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Rowfant Club (Cleveland, Ohio): The code of regulations of the Rowfant Club.
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We are offering LIFE, LOVE AND THE WEATHER By Ted Robinson; The Rowfant Club. Cleveland, Ohio. This book is hard-bound in salmon colored paper covered boards with a gilt stamped black cloth spine, with a printed paper label on the Rating: % positive.Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anderson, Russell H.
(Russell Howard), Rowfant Club. Cleveland: Rowfant Club, (Cincinnati. : The Rowfant Club [Cowan] Pottery Candlestick.: # 56 of copies; made in Description taken from A Bibliography of the Publications of the Rowfant Club, by Leland Schubert () at p. "Candlestick: The Rowfant Club Pottery Candlestick, A ground hog standing on a base, supporting a large open book facing outward and inscribed, 'Light seeking light .