The Cloister Press

a catalogue of the collection the Manchester Metropolitan University Library, including examples of the ephemera produced in the years 1921-1922 when Charles Hobson, Walter Lewis and Stanley Morrison were active at the Press by Manchester Metropolitan University. Library.

Publisher: Manchester Metropolitan University Library in Manchester

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Statement[compiled] by Ian Rogerson.
ContributionsRogerson, Ian.
The Physical Object
Pagination6p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18536272M
ISBN 100901276499

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