pictures are Dard Hunter watermarks in the Gomez Mill House collection
Club Papers, MCMXXVII - MCMXXVIII , New York,
Printed for the Members (of the Harvard Club), MCMXXIX (1929)
way of preface to this, the second volume of Quarto Club Papers,
representing another crop of papers read by members of the club
at its monthly gatherings, it may be said that they are published
by the members primarily for their own delectation. They would recapture,
if they might, the pleasant evenings when these papers were read.
In his dedication to The Countess of Pembrokes Arcadis,
Sir Philip Sidney says: Here now you have this idle work of
mine; which I fear (like the Spiders web) will be thought
better to be swept away than worn to any purpose. Read
it then, he adds further, at your idle times, and the
follies of your good judgment will find in it, blame not, but laugh
New York, September, 1928
An Art for All Ages'