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Harry Worcester Smith (1865-1945) of Worcester and North Grafton, Mass., was a textile machinery inventor, financier, author, and internationally famous horseman. From the description of Papers, 1925-1935. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 207170793 Smith was one of the pre-eminent sportsmen of his day; master of several hunts; first American to be master of an English hunt; founder of the Masters of Foxhounds Association; author of "A sporting tour through Ireland, England, Wa...
Smith was a well known bookplate designer and engraver based in Boston. William Loring Andrews was a book collector, amateur publisher, writer and a founding member of the Grolier Club. He wrote or compiled over twenty books about prints, book collecting, and the book arts with emphasis on the era of George Washington and on New York City. From the description of Letters and engravings related to work commissioned by William Loring Andrews, 1901-1917 (bulk 1901-1905). (Unknown). Worl...
The Society of Iconophiles was formed in 1894 by William Loring Andrews (1837-1920), a member of the Grolier Club. Its stated purpose was to issue series of engraved views of New York City and portraits of prominent persons connected with New York City. Each series of engravings was issued in an edition of 101. Eleven of these were proofs before letter, which were signed by the engraver. The plates were destroyed after this first printing. The Society initially limited itself to ten members, eac...
Bibliophile. From the description of Letters of William Loring Andrews [manuscript], 1894 May 24 & Aug. 16. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647821540 Book collector, amateur publisher, writer and a founding member of the Grolier Club (1884) and of the Society of Iconophiles. Author of over twenty books about prints, book collecting, and the book arts, Andrews became a director of the Continental Assurance Company in 1875 and chaired its Committee on Account...