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Re: "Educational Bulletins" from 19th c US text publishers?

Hi Peter,

If you've not already done so, you might post your inquiry on SHARP (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing). Your topic falls into the area of Publishing and Book History, so they may have insights for you.

Their listserv, SHARP-L, is open to non-members.

Rick Mikulski
Drew University