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Re: Book printing variations

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  • Michael
    Thanks, Ted and Keith, for the information. I should have recognized the war issue on the different Dodd, Mead printings. I think I like the earlier drawings
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 12, 2008
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      Thanks, Ted and Keith, for the information. I should have
      recognized the war issue on the different Dodd, Mead printings. I
      think I like the earlier drawings better than Don's later alternates.


      --- In aloha-donblanding@yahoogroups.com, sam17659@... wrote:
      >
      > Hello, Canoeist35:
      >
      > Remember '45 was during -- or immediately after the war years.
      Inferior
      > paper products should probably be expected. This may also explain
      the different
      > designs being used. But, it could be that a different publishing
      house was
      > doing the printing. It also just occurred to me, that Don,
      himself changed the
      > prints used. Has anyone (Keith?) done a list of the actual first
      printing
      > dates for all of the books? Was there a new book --
      or "anthology" -- first
      > printed soon after 1945, that used previously printed designs?
      >
      > Just a few thoughts, after midnight, and during the work week!
      >
      > Ted
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