Title: A Tale of Tomorrow's Library
Author: John David Marshall
Description: Inscribed by author on inside of front cover. Wraps. Fine. 6 ff. 7,  pp. Bound in blue cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine and front cover. Original Peacock Press order form for this work is laid-in.
Published by Wanda Underhill using her Peacock Press moniker (Berkeley, California). Between 1964 and 1967 she published a series of small-format letterpress books.
A Tale of Tomorrow's Library is a short satirical commentary about microfilm filling libraries. The author, John David Marshall (1928-2005), was a bookman, librarian and professor. He served as the head of acquisitions for the University of Georgia Library 1957-1967, and as head librarian at Middle Tennessee State University 1967-1976, where he continued to teach for many years.
Binding: Wraps in boards
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: Peacock Press
Place: Berkeley, California
Keywords: Wanda Underhill, Berkeley, microfilm, humor,
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