3 edition of Historical pamphlet. found in the catalog.
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Binding: Brochure/Pamphlet. Catalogue Of American Historical Costumes Cataloge of American Historical Costumes, Including those of the Mistresses of the White House as shown in the United States National Museum, compiled by Mrs.
Rose. Historic Pamphlets All pamphlets are affordably printed on natural white laid paper; each bound with an 18th century side-sewn pamphlet stitch unless otherwise stated.
Please look through our nine main categories OR use our "Search Box" to find what you desire. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wright, Frank Clyde, Historical pamphlet. Johnsbury, Vt., The Cowles Press, Inc., (OCoLC) Greenfield () describes this type of book: Pamphlet: A book with very few pages, usually containing only one section, sewn or stapled, with a slightly heavier paper cover.
Also referred to as a single signature or single section pamphlet (p. 49). Here is a peek at a historical pamphlet stitched pamphlet. Digitized Books. A wide range of titles from the historical book collection have been digitized and more are being scanned every day.
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After the invention of printing, short unbound or loosely bound booklets were called pamphlets. Since polemical and propagandist works on topical subjects were circulated in this form, the word came to be used. Proper nonfiction history books, not historical fiction, about any period, event, area or topic you like.
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