2 edition of Notes on the Merrymount press & its work found in the catalog.
Notes on the Merrymount press & its work
Daniel Berkeley Updike
|Statement||by Daniel Berkeley Updike; with a bibliographical list of books printed at the press, 1893-1933, by Julian Pearce Smith; with views of the press at various periods, specimen of types alluded to, &c. &c. &c.|
|Contributions||Smith, Julian Pearce.|
|LC Classifications||Z232.M57 U|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 279 p.|
|Number of Pages||279|
|LC Control Number||34013460|
Updike set the type at the Merrymount Press in Boston, and copies were printed by De Vinne (New York) in red and black on handmade paper. Illustrated by Robert Anning Bell within borders designed by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue (who also designed the woodcut initials), the Altar Book was hailed on both sides of the Atlantic. Daniel Berkeley Updike (Febru – Decem ) was an American printer and historian of he joined the publishers Houghton, Mifflin & Company, of Boston as an errand worked for the firm's Riverside Press and trained as a printer but soon moved to typographic design. In he founded the Merrymount PressBorn: Febru , Providence, Rhode Island.
The book was commissioned on Ma by Rev. Maurice W. Britton of St. Clement’s Church in New York City. (Merrymount Press job ticket no. ). But no activity seems to have occurred on it until the fall of when D.B. Updike asked W.A. Dwiggins to write out lines of music: lines on October 1, another eight lines on October 3. The Press's finest work is generally considered to be the Book of Common Prayer () financed by J. Pierpont Morgan. Without decoration, except a typographic leaf, initial letters, and rubrication, it was an austere and handsome quarto. Updike estimated that Merrymount Press produced s pieces of printing during its existence.
The Book of Common Prayer, Standard Edition, printed for the Commission on the Revision of the Prayer Book of 8. A folio volume of pages, bound in full crimson pigskin, primed from a fount of XVII cemury, large, old-style type, in red and black, on English hand-made. At the start, Merrymount Press was dedicated to and defined by a single book. In summer during his last months at Houghton Mifflin’s Riverside Press, the Episcopal Church offered Berkeley Updike a free-lance commission to redesign the pages of its Book of Common Prayer. Updike collaborated on this task with the young architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue.
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Julian Smith’s collection, on which the list is based, is the work of many years and is practically complete. Daniel Updike’s account of the beginning and development of the Merrymount Press not only supplies a background for the list but answers many of the questions that must have occurred to readers of his earlier volumes.
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NOTES ON THE MERRYMOUNT PRESS & ITS WORK. With a bibliographical list of books printed at the press,by Julian Pearce Smith.
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Merrymount Press was a printing press in Boston, Massachusetts, founded by Daniel Berkeley Updike in He was committed to creating books of superior quality and believed that books could be simply designed, yet beautiful.
Upon his death inthe Press was taken over by his partner John Bianchi, but ceased operations in Updike and his Merrymount Press left a lasting impression Founder: Daniel Berkeley Updike.
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by Daniel Berkeley Updike (Book). “Notes on the Merrymount Press & Its Work” is a particularly distinguished bit of writing. Reading it again today I decided that I knew nothing better from the standpoint of straightforward expression than the autobiographical pages with which the book opens.
Daniel Berkeley Updike () founded the Merrymount Press inwhich quickly came to represent the flowering of the Arts and Crafts movement in American book arts.
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Paperback. Notes on the press and its work, by D.B. UpdikeRecollections ad perspectives, by Stanley MorisonHand-book for an exhibition, by Gregg AndersonA tribute to Daniel Berkeley Updike, by T.M.
ClelandUpdike of Merrymount, the scholar-printer, by M.A. De Wolfe HoweThe Merrymount Press of Boston, by G.P.
WinshipFragments of memory, by. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Merrymount Press. Books from the extended shelves: Merrymount Press: Autobiography of T. Jefferson Coolidge: drawn in great part from his diary and brought down to the year MDCCCC.
(Boston: Priv. printed at the Merrymount Press,c), also by Thomas Jefferson Coolidge (page images at HathiTrust) Merrymount Press: The Book of common prayer: its.Historical Note on the Merrymount Press The Merrymount Press was founded in Boston, Massachusetts, in by Daniel Berkeley Updike ().
The Press, which operated for 45 years, was known for its excellence in typography and design. notes on the merrymount press & its work. with a bibliographical list of books printed at the press by julian pearce smith to which has been added a supplementary bibliography of books printed at the press