HOW GOVERNMENTS TREAT BOOKS" SIR STANLEY UNWIN, 1950

"HOW GOVERNMENTS TREAT BOOKS"

BY

SIR STANLEY UNWIN, LL.D.
PRESIDENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHERS' CONGRESS
PAST PRESIDENT OF THE PUBLISHERS' ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN

PUBLISHED 1950

BY GEORGE ALLEN & UNWIN LTD., LONDON

THE BOOKLET:
STAPLED BOOKLET WITH BLUE PAPERCOVERS, WEAR AND
TEAR, TANNING AND MARKS TO COVERS. 8 PAGES WHICH
ARE SLIGHTLY TANNED BUT OVERALL IN GOOD ORDER.

COMES WITH AN INSERTED PAGE WITH AN UPDATE AND
THE CASH VOUCHER BY GEORGE ALLEN & UNWIN FOR THE
PURCHASE OF THIS BOOKLET, DATED 1950.

INTERESTING AND RARE PUBLICATION!

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