My Father was a Printer.
Boston: Lincoln & Smith Press, 1949. 8vo. 44 pp. Spine ends and corners lightly bumped and rubbed, Light foxing to white title label on cover, light foxing throughout endpages, light off-setting to frep and ffep from former dj. A biography of Thomas Page Smith written with love by his son. "It was probably not Horace Greeley who said that once the smell of printing ink gets into a man's nostrils, he can never again be entirely happy away from it. Certain it is that three generations of Smiths have tried- and failed." Very Good Quarter Cloth (Item ID: 65350)