Oakland: Center for the Book, MIlls College, 1999. Hardcover. 133p., illus., tipped in map and facsimiles, first edition 10x8.5 inch quarter moire cloth over print-decorated boards with an inset spine label - 1 of 250 copies, fine condition in the original slipcase which shows minor signs of wear.
"A salon at Larkmead was designed and printed by Peter Rutledge Koch at his Berkeley studio in an edition of two-hundred and fifty copies. The typefaces are Quadraat, a contemporary yet historically influenced Dutch text face designed by Fred Smeijrs, and Libra, an uncial script designed by S.S. De Roos for display. The duotone photographs were printed by Phelps-Schaefer Litho-Graphics Company Inc. in Brisbane, California. The book was bound by Peggy Gotthold at the Foolscap Bindery in Santa Cruz and the slip cases were constructed by Arnold Martinez at Arnold's Bookbindery in South San Francisco" - colophon.
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