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"During the past fifty years, the number of organized university presses in the United States has steadily, from five in 1902, to many times that number in 1952, while the scope of press activities has expanded to the extent that thirty-five presses accounted for 'about 1.5 per cent of the dollar value of all bound books sold in the United States' in the one year period from April 1, 1948, to March 31, 1949. Not only has their share of the book publishing volume reached important dimensions, but the scholarly nature of university press publications means that teachers, librarians, and book agents must become increasingly aware of the range and significance of these publications"--Introduction.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 43-46).
Florida State University
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