Archives, 1915-1985.


Print Club (Philadelphia, Pa.). Archives, 1915-1985.

Archives, 1915-1985.

The archives consist of five types of records: minutes of the Board, 1921-76; correspondence of the officers and director, 1916-1964; financial records, 1922-1972; consignment records, 1933-64; and scrap books and published catalogues, 1926-50.

60 linear ft.

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