Updike, D.B.; McCutcheon, John T.; Rogers, Bruce. The Work of Bruce Rogers, Jack of All Trades, Master of One: A Catalogue of an Exhibition Arranged by the American Institute of Graphic Arts and the Grolier Club of New York. Introduction by D.B. Updike, a letter from John T. McCutcheon, and an address by Mr. Rogers. New York: Oxford University Press, 1939. Signed by B.R. on the half title page ("alias Bruce Rogers"). Dust jacket is worn and faded, fully split at rear joint, and with tape repairs to interior. Book is faded at edges and browned on endpapers.
The copy of designer and typographer Lester Douglas, featuring his bookplate on the front pastedown with a small penciled note "B.R. 1930 Cat No. 447". A pencil note on the ffep indicates that the books in Douglas' collection are denoted with stars [within the catalogue], and other pencil notes re: "limit or special copies" have been made by "HC" (Howard Coggeshall?).
- AIGA announcement for the present volume, noting a discounted price for members and that BR would autography these copies
- Envelope addressed in BR's hand to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Douglas
Tipped-in material (all noted on endpaper):
- Announcement of BR Exhibition at Pynson Printers, 1927 (page 59)
- Invitation for a private viewing of BR's work at the Grolier Club (page 63)
- Lower case letters by BR for Centaur (page 87)
- These are hand-inked manuscript letters, and appear to be part of the "Working Drawing for Centaur Type" document that is illustrated on the verso of the previous page.
- "Advertisement by Bruce Rogers", which serves primarily as a prospectus for Night and Moonlight (page 89)
- Prospectus for The Symbol and the Saint (page 91)
- Small "The End" ornament (following final page of text)