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Daniel Berkeley Updike
|Statement||with a bibliographical list of books printed at the press 1893-1933, by Julian Pearce Smith ... .|
|Contributions||Smith, Julian Pearce.|
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With a Bibliographic List of Books printed at the Press, by Julian Pearce Smith. San Francisco: A. Wofsy Fine Arts, The Merrymount Press was a printing company, both scholarly and craftsmanlike, founded and run by Daniel Berkeley Updike in Boston, Massachusetts, and extant during the years – It was perhaps the finest representative of the Arts and Crafts movement in American book arts, influenced by William Morris and founded "to do common work uncommonly well." Updike established his own.
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Cambridge: Updike, Daniel. Notes on the Merrymount Press & Its Work, with Views of the. “Notes on the Merrymount Press & Its Work” is a particularly distinguished bit of writing.
Reading it again today I decided that I knew nothing better from the standpoint of straightforward expression than the autobiographical pages with which the book opens.
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Pierpont Morgan. Without decoration, except a typographic leaf, initial letters, and rubrication, it was an austere and handsome quarto. Updike estimated that Merrymount Press produced some 14, pieces of printing during its existence.
The Altar Book was Updike's second attempt at designing a liturgical book for the Episcopal Church in New England. Updike descended from the founding family of Wickford, Rhode Island, and his financial backer for The Altar Book and the establishment of his Merrymount Press was Harold Brown (), a member of one of Rhode Island's first.
* From page 21 of “Notes on the Press and It’s Work” in Updike: American Printer, and his Merrymount Press (New York: The American Institute of Graphic Arts, ). Originally published in Notes on the Merrymount Press and its Work (). The entire book is available online as part of the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections: Digital Library for the Decorative Arts and Material Culture.
Updike, Daniel Berkeley. Notes on the Merrymount Press & Its Work. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Pages comprise a checklist of Merrymount Press annual keepsakes, 1. George Parker Winship, Daniel Berkeley Updike and the Merrymount Press (Rochester, NY: The Printing House of Leo Hart, ), 2.
Daniel Berkeley Updike, “Notes of the Press and Its Work,” in Updike: American Printer and His Merrymount Press (New York: American Institute of .At the start, Merrymount Press was dedicated to and defined by a single book.
In summer during his last months at Houghton Mifflin’s Riverside Press, the Episcopal Church offered Berkeley Updike a free-lance commission to redesign the pages of its Book of Common Prayer.