Oswald, John Clyde. Benjamin Franklin, Printer. Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Company for The Associated Advertising Clubs of the World, 1917. First Edition. 
Maroon cloth, 8 " tall, ink name stamps of a school library in a few places. xv., 244 pp., illustrated, marks from a removed paper clip in the top margin of some pages, tight. Good. Hardcover.
John Clyde Oswald (1872-1938), president of the National Arts Club and the publisher and editor of The American Printer Magazine and of The Business World. As an author he wrote Printing in the Americas; as a collector he amassed a library of works by and relating to Benjamin Franklin and was a noted authority on Franklin and his works. He organized and was the first president of the International Benjamin Franklin Society. He served as board member, trustee, and director of many literary, art, and publishing associations.