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The Publishers Association 1896–1946 Kingsford Cambridge Academ 9780521130844 . This book traces the founding of the Net Book Agreement to after World War II when the book trade faced many problems and crises.
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Are you sure you want to remove The Publishers Association 1896-1946 from your list? The Publishers Association 1896-1946. by R. J. L. Kingsford. Published 1970 by University Press in Cambridge . Written in English. Publishers' Association, Publishers Association, Publisher's Association, Verleger, Uitgeverijen.
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This 1970 text tells the story of an important trade association, called into being by the crisis in British bookselling in the late nineteenth century and founded - largely by the wisdom of Sir Frederick Macmillan - on the Net Book Agreement.
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Home Browse Books Book details, The Oxford University Press, New York, 1896-1946. The Oxford University Press, New York, 1896-1946. By Ben Ray Redman, Frederic W. Goudy Collection (Library of Congress), Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress). On THE 26th of September in the year 1896, there appeared in the Publisher's Weekly, New York City, a four- page advertisement which informed its readers that the American Branch of the Oxford University Press had ready for sale 'an entirely new and improved line of Genuine Oxford Bibles at popular prices throughout, and with many new and useful features added.