Published for the Friends of Bauer Alphabets New York City.
Woodcuts by Stiller accompanied by poems of Rilke, Pierre-Jean de Beranger, Hans Sachs and Sir Roger L'Estrange, and Josephine Preston Peabody, as well as the text of Adlai Stevenson's Veto of Senate Bill No. 93 (the Cat Bill, so-called), with each text set in a different Bauer foundry typeface. Tests printed in original languages, with facing English translations where applicable.
Frankfurt: Bauer Type Foundry, 1961. Wraps. Square 8vo. Olive-beige wraps with black woodcut illustration, in black paper envelope. Both near fine.
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