The book-lover. A magazine of book lore, being a miscellany of curiously interesting and generally unknown facts about the world's literature and literary people; now newly arranged, with incidental divertissement, and all very delightfull to read.

San Francisco: at the sign of the bookworm [also New York: The Book-Lover's Press], 1899-1902. 10 consecutive issues, Autumn 1899 to January 1902, bound in 2 small folio volumes, original wrappers bound in, with a paucity of illustration, but a number of adverts; slightly later full red buckram blocked in gilt and black on the spines; very good. Scores of interesting articles, including those on the Kelmscott Press, Thomas Hardy's unpublished book, and the Boyish Side of Aubrey Beardsley. Bookplates of Jacob Chernofsky and W. H. Holmes (and his friends). Item #31398

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