Crosby Gaige and W. B. Yeats’s The Winding Stair (1929)
IN THE AMERICAN PUBLISHING WORLD, the years before the Wall Street crash of 29 October 1929 produced a number of small publishers whose aim was the production of books of the highest quality not only in design but in content. Among the most interesting are those that were connected with and distributed by Random House, including the Bowling Green Press, the Fountain Press and that of Crosby Gaige.
KeywordsBook Publishing Green Paper Black Cloth Great BRITAIN Small Publisher
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