Gebbie & Barrie engravings
Scope and Contents
31 engravings printed by Gebbie & Barrie for the U.S. International Exhibition, 1876, and published in their "Illustrated Catalogue of Masterpieces of the International Exhibition, 1876".
- Gebbie & Barrie (Organization)
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Biographical / Historical
Gebbie & Barrie, originally known as Gebbie and Keppel, was a printing firm founded in 1867 by George Gebbie, a bookseller in Philadelphia, and Federick Keppel, a publisher of fine art books in New York. Kepple was replaced by George Barrie in 1873; Barrie came from Lippincot & Co. The first best-selling book published by Gebbie & Barrie was their "Illustrated Catalogue of Masterpieces of the International Exhibition, 1876". Gebbie dissolved the partnership in 1880.
0.83 Linear Feet (1 folder)
Language of Materials
31 engravings printed by Gebbie & Barrie for the U.S. International Exhibition, 1876, and published in their best-selling "Illustrated Catalogue of Masterpieces of the International Exhibition, 1876".
- Finding aid for the Gebbie & Barrie engravings
- Sue Luftschein
- 2018 September
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