by Imprynted for the Sette of Odd Volumes at the Chiswick Press in London .
Written in English
|Contributions||Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936, McCutcheon, George Barr, 1866-1928 (bookplate), King, Edward B. (bookplate)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128,  p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||128|
The appetite for whimsy is mercifully much reduced now, but at the end of the nineteenth century it was vigorously wagging its bushy tail. The Sette of Odd Volumes, a bibliophilic society described in Ellen Crowell’s lengthy piece in The Times Literary Supplement of December went in for it in a big way. The quaint antiquarian tone favored by the members may be indicated by . About this Item: The Sette of Odd Volumes, London. , Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. Limited Edition. Limited edition in VG+ condition, green paper wraps with darkened edges, cover loose but intact, octavo, printed in red and black, 36 pages, unopened, list of . Sette of Odd Volumes (Book club) sette, odd, brother, oddship, brethren, presented, edition, president, guests, volume, edition limited, odd volume, odd volumes, great queen, public domain, oddship edward Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Addeddate. Dec 8, - Publications by or about Edward Heron-Allen, his various pseudonyms (Christopher Blayre, Andrew T. Sibbald, Selina Dolaro, Nora Helen Warddel, etc.), and his association with the London Sette of Odd Volumes. See more ideas about Heron, Ephemera and Books pins.
"Presidential Inaugural Address," The Year-Boke of Ye Sette of Odd Volumes: Fiftieth Year, –, Oxford, , pp. 2– Some Sidelights Upon Edward FitzGerald's Poem, "The Ruba’iyat of Omar Khayyām": Being the Substance of a Lecture Delivered at the Grosvenor Crescent Club and Women's Institute on 22 March , London, en: two daughters. (Highlights of Case Three) Case Three: The "Opuscula" of the Sette Men of diverse and divergent interests, the twenty-one members (and numerous “Supplemental Volumes”) that made up the Sette all shared one passion: book collecting and fine printing. Accordingly, from its inception in the Sette published “rare” editions of tiny books—“To be Had. “Presidential Inaugural Address,” The Year-Boke of Ye Sette of Odd Volumes: Fiftieth Year, –, Oxford, , pp. 2– Some Sidelights Upon Edward FitzGerald’s Poem, “The Ruba’iyat of Omar Khayyām”: Being the Substance of a Lecture Delivered at the Grosvenor Crescent Club and Women’s Institute on 22 March , London. II. The Year-Boke of the Odd Volumes: An Annual Record of the Transactions of the Sette. Twelfth Year, III. The Year-Boke of the Odd Volumes: An Annual Record of the Transactions of the Sette. Thirteenth Year, Compiled mainly from the Minute .
Full text of "Privately Printed Opuscula Issued to Members of the Sette of Odd Volumes" See other formats. George Charles Haité (8 June – 31 March ) was an English designer, painter, illustrator and writer. His most famous work is the iconic cover design of the Strand Magazine, launched in , which helped popularise the Sherlock Holmes stories of Arthur Conan é was also a founder member and the first president of the London Sketch ClubBorn: George Charles Haité, 8 June , Bexleyheath, . Abstract: Ephemera and correspondence related to Ye Sette of Odd Volumes from the collections of Ralph Straus and John Hassall. The majority of material is printed ephemera related to Odd Volumes meetings and activities, but there is also a substantial amount of correspondence written to John Hassall, as well as a manuscript notebook of minutes kept during meetings from Bound in the original gray paper cover, worn on the spine and split for approximately 5cm along the front hinge. Very light marking on the fore-edge of the book penetrating as very small patches of foxing on the blank margins of a few leaves. Read more about The Year-Boke of the Sett of Odd Volumes.