Out Of The Cellar: Special Edition A Garland For Cantina

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    The Cantina Press was established in 1936-37 in Northampton, Massachusetts by Clarence and Ruth Kennedy, scholars and instructors at Smith College. Out of the Cellar is the history of the press, presented by a local bibliotect. Featured is the transcription of the letter from Bruce Rogers. The text and introduction are written by the curator of rare books at Smith and the frontispiece portrait of the Kennedys is by Ansel Adams. Of the edition of 300 copies, 225 are sewn into blue paper wrappers and 75 are deluxe copies in special bindings, with the Ansel Adams portrait rendered as an original photo gravure print. 32 Pages