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Of fame and the printer's art by Lawrence…

Of fame and the printer's art

by Lawrence Clark Powell

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"The text of this keepsake is from the tribute to Saul Marks [1905-1974, a prominent Los Angeles printer,] written for Westways, November, 1975. 200 copies printed at the Lyceum Press during July 1988"--P. [7]. L.C.P. was the head of the UCLA Library from 1944 -1966. After retirement, he moved to Tucson. We met several times and were casually acquainted. It has been said that Lawrence Clark Powell was, “...a highly gifted wordsmith, an omnivorous reader, a dedicated librarian, a brilliant administrator and teacher, and, above all, a bookman’s bookman."
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