The little-known Otto Zahn came to the United States from Europe in the late nineteenth century, and eventually settled in Memphis, establishing the Zahn Bindery. Virtually all Zahn bindings seem to be in private collections; this is the only one at Princeton.
Author: Ruskin, John, 1819-1900.
Title: The seven lamps of architecture.
Edition: New edition.
Published: Sunnyside, Ornington, England: G. Allen, 1880.
[BINDING - ZAHN]. ROSSETTI, Dante Gabriel. Poems.
Portland: Thomas B. Mosher, 1902.
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