- Jun 15, 2004Often when looking for references and books of interest to very
specialized groups the wheat is indeed lost in the chaff. There are just
to many titles listed in a catalogue to spend the time going through all of
them to maybe find one or two interesting items.
With the publication of catalogue 255, "Fine Printing & Private
Press In 20th Century North America", Oak Knoll has also launched an
enhanced online companion to printed catalogues. This new online catalogue
function is available at: <http://www.oakknoll.com/catalogues.php>
Catalogues can now be accessed on-line in three ways:
-View Catalogue, lets you to search within a catalogue (author,
title, keyword), re-sort catalogue listings (author, title, price), view
additional book images, and place secure orders.
-Printable PDF, lets you see the catalogue online just as it
appears in print and this is a printer friendly format.
-Order Printed Version, lets you send an email to order a specific
Developing this feature was a major step in our ongoing project to improve
our online resources. With greater searchability and images we hope to make
it easier to find items.
Director of Marketing
Oak Knoll Books
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New Castle, DE 19720 USA
310 Delaware Street New Castle DE 19720
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