O NE January day, thirty years ago, the little town of Hanoveranchored on a windy Nebraska tableland, was trying not to be blown away. A mist of fine snowflakes was curling and eddying about the cluster of low drab buildings huddled on the gray prairie, under a gray sky. The dwelling-houses were set about haphazard on the tough prairie sod ; some of them looked as if they had been moved in overnight, and others as if they were straying off by themselves, headed straight for the open plain. None of them had any appearance of permanence, and the howling wind blew under them as well as over them.
Unfortunately, it appears that his page has not been configured correctly and is sending up flags to my browser to not open it. Thankfully, I had saved the list as a document some time ago, so I am choosing to go ahead and host that in the interim in case his site continues to not function properly.
The following is entirely his work save a couple notes at the very end of the checklist, which he did provide originally but I do not have in my document; I am merely providing it as a resource for collectors to use.
Somehow his numbering system did not make the transfer; I will see about fixing that soon. I have yet to give this a thorough editing, mind, so there will still be some minor errors throughout. A huge thank you to Bill for producing this research, and I sincerely hope you do not mind my hosting it.
Most of the books were beautifully illustrated with original artwork by leading book illustrators. In most cases, the illustrators handsigned each copy of the books that they illustrated for the LEC.
Some books were published unsigned due to the unexpected death of the artist before publication, as happened with the The Arabian Nights illustrated by Arthur Szyk, Comus illustrated by Edmund Dulac, and the Arthur Rackham illustrated Wind In The Willows.
George Macy also commissioned some major fine art artists to illustrate LEC books with original etchings, lithographs, etc.
He also commissioned a number of American masters of that period, largely from the Social Realism and American Regionalism schools of art.
The artists and photographers handsigned all copies of the books that they illustrated. A limited number of the copies of Ulysses were also signed by the author, James Joyce. The LEC issued up to twelve books each year it varied to a small group of subscribers. During ownership by the Macy family, LEC books were usually limited to copies, but with several exceptions.
From untilthe club was operated by her son, Jonathan Macy, and other family members. Ziff-Davis sold it to Cardavon Press. The Heritage Press and The Heritage Club were, respectively, the publisher and distributor of inexpensive, unlimited, and unsigned reprint editions of books which had previously been published by the Limited Editions Club.
Over the next decade, Mr. And he also gradually reduced the number of copies printed.
The books from the later Shiff years are for serious collectors of fine art, as well as for collectors of fine literature published in fine press editions. The artists commissioned by Mr. Limited Editions Club, American Literary Publishing Houses, The Checklist The First Series: Signed by Alexander King.
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