Susan Belasco, collage of Nebraska
Candy Gunther Brown, Indiana University
Kenneth E. chippie, Newton heart, Massachusetts
Scott E. Casper, college of Nevada, Reno
Jeannine Marie DeLombard, college of Toronto
Ann Fabian, Rutgers University
Jeffrey D. Groves, Harvey Mudd College
Paul C. Gutjahr, Indiana University
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Eric Lupfer, Humanities Texas
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3. The American Book Trade Association exhibit, Centennial Exhibition. The extensive A. S. Barnes & Co. display is visible on the upper ﬂoor. Photograph courtesy of the Free Library of Philadelphia. displays: several major schoolbook companies’ wares, D. ’s Picturesque America and Webster’s spellers, Lee & Shepard’s eleven-volume Works of Charles Sumner with a bust of the recently deceased Massachusetts senator. 19 When the Centennial Exhibition opened on 10 May, Publishers’ Weekly lamented that the structure lacked any sign indicating the abta’s proprietorship and that ‘‘the style of exhibits is as various as their character,’’ stating that the display ‘‘of the American Bible Society is perhaps the most beautiful, and from this they range down to one or two in cheap, stained wood, with tawdry ornamentation.
D. E. N. Southworth, Caroline Lee Hentz, Charles Dickens, and others 44. Dick & Fitzgerald (New York): encyclopedias, ‘‘handy books’’ 45. See 41 46. E. W. Miller (Philadelphia): Bibles 47. Methodist Book Concern (New York): Bibles, standard religious and Sunday school books 48. Potter, Ainsworth & Co. (New York): penmanship and educational books 49. John E. Potter (Philadelphia): Bibles and Testaments in German and English 50. H. M. Hinsdale: ‘‘Oﬃce Scratch-books’’ (stationery) 51. Asher & Adams (New York): maps, atlases 52.
Earlier in 1876, the organizers of the Centennial Exhibition had raised a furor among American publishers by decreeing that judges would award prizes only to publishers who physically produced their own books. 2. : gpo, 1865). Note: The thirty-nine ‘‘states’’ reported included the District of Columbia and the territories of Nebraska, Utah, New Mexico, and Washington. ers’ decision stood, only a handful of ﬁrms such as Harper & Brothers, which housed most of its operations within its own seven-story New York factory, would be eligible for awards.
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