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CHARLOTTE ULLMAN
The Bookbinder for the Morgan Library, New York, Charlotte Ullman
maintains as well a studio in Maplewood, New Jersey. For the Morgan
Library one of her principal works has been the binding for a copy of
the First Folio Shakespeare. Miss Ullman has exhibited at the Brooklyn
Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Crafts, and has won several prizes
at the Los Angeles County Fair.
LIST OF WORKS
1. Edwin Booth, by Edwina Booth Grossmann. Black Oasis Morocco
with gold and blind tooling, with folding box. Loaned by
Mr. E. Russell Ullman.
2. Prince of Players by Eleanor Ruggles. Red Oasis Morocco, gold tooled,
with slip case. Loaned by Mr. E. Russell Ullman.
3. The Stage Life of Mary Anderson by William Winter. Green Oasis
Morocco with gold tooling, with folding box. Loaned by
Mr. E. Russell Ullman.
4. The Life of Christ, Red French Levant leather, gold and blind tooling,
with folding box.
5. The Cross as Symbol and Ornament by Johannes Troyer. Pigskin with
blind tooling and brown calf onlay.
6. Holy Bible, Red Oasis Morocco with gold and blind tooling.
7. Early American Wooden Ware by Mary Earle Gould. Dark Green Oasis
Morocco, gold tooled, mahogany boards, with folding box.
8. Cock Robin, parchment with India ink design, with folding box.

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