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Among the Fifty Books of 1937 chosen by the American Institute of Graphic Arts for their excellence in design and put on exhibition yesterday in Widener Library, four were designed by Carl P. Rollins '00 for the Yale University Press.
The Harvard Press placed only one book in the select list, against four publications from Yale. This was William Browsters "Concord River," a collection of notes on nature edited by Smith O. Dexter '98.
Disregarding literary content, the volumes are chosen solely on the basis of "sound design and sound workmanship in all respects" from books published in the United States and Canada.
J. Donald Adams '13 and Laurance B. Slegfried '13 are on the jury which made the selection.
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