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Grumbach, Doris
March 1975
New Republic;3/8/75, Vol. 172 Issue 10, p32
Presents information on the distinction between trade and university presses. Information on the fact that the first university press established in the U.S. was at Cornell; View that the university press was established primarily to do the institution's printing, and to provide journalism students with a laboratory; Comments on the book titled "History of Book Publishing in the United States," authored by John Tebbel; Recognition of the fact that the first book from Princeton's press was titled "Lectures on Moral Philosophy," authored by John Witherspoon.


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