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Typographeum Bibliography (part one)

This is an enumerative, descriptive listing of the books, pamphlets and ephemera I published at Francestown, New Hampshire. Over the years I had the good fortune to work with a number of notable authors, and for me it was a pleasure to create books from their words. Before beginning, though, I had detailed discussions with each of them about the proposed project, usually through many letters back and forth. Eventually I had a type-script to work from. With that beside me I hand-set it in lead type, picking out each letter or space from a type-case and thus, gradually, building an entire page. My choice of type-face was normally Bembo or Baskerville, twelve-point for the text, and various larger sizes for headings and the title-page. After taking proofs, which I read meticulously—although managing to miss the odd mistake that should have been obvious—I printed the page on my antique Chandler & Price crown folio treadle platen press. I would go on in this way, doing one page a day, until the book was finished. Afterward, I folded and collated the sheets, and sewed them together. My final operation was to cut precisely about a dozen different pieces of cloth, boards, and end-papers, and bind everything together. In addition, I usually printed a separate prospectus with the same paper, format, and type-face, but trimmed to a smaller size, 8½ x 5½ inches; these I sent to potential customers inside my bookselling catalogues.

As with any bibliography, this is very much a work in progress, and I continue to make revisions to it. Also, of very great help has been the advice of my friend Paul W. Nash, who has kindly gone through everything and suggested a number of corrections and improvements.

1 • Terry Risk: Three Private Presses. The Cadmus Press. West Linton: 1974.

«Title-Page» THREE PRIVATE PRESSES | by | TERRY RISK | [swelled rule] | Illustrated by | Christian Small | THE CADMUS PRESS | West Linton | 1974

«Description» February and March, 1974. 50 numbered copies. Signed by the author. Octavo. 28 pages sewn into overlapping dark green wrappers. Titling label on the cover. Edges untrimmed. Illustrated: one photograph by Terry Risk printed from a half-tone screen block, and two designs by Christian Small printed from line blocks: facing pages 4, 16 and [22]. Paper: Abbey Mills Greenfield. Text type-face: 12-point Centaur. Errata slip laid in. Printed on an Adana 8 x 5 inch hand-operated machine.

«Colophon» For ALEX M. FRIZZELL | Private Printer and Bookseller | Whose encouragement | made this possible

«Annotations» This was my first printing effort, a rather bad one using an inadequate Adana 5 x 8 inch hand-press. However, it was under very pleasant circumstances because I was able to rent a small cottage in the lovely village of West Linton, Scotland, and be near some close friends. The booklet describes my visits to Count Potocki, Giovanni Mardersteig, and the ladies at the Cuala Press in late 1973. I wrote about these visits again in further books; see below, items 5, 8, 11 and 62.

2-a • R. D. Lakin: The Macdowell Poems. 1977.

«Title-Page» R. D. Lakin | [rule] | THE | MACDOWELL | POEMS | [device] | Francestown, N.H. | TYPOGRAPHEUM | 1977

«Description» 1977. 150 numbered copies. Signed by the poet. Royal octavo. Case-bound in quarter linen with red Cockerell marbled paper sides. Titling label on the back-strip. Edges untrimmed. 16 unnumbered leaves. Paper: Ragston. Text type-face: 12-point Centaur. Separate prospectus.

«Annotations» This, my first book printed in Francestown, came about after a fortuitous meeting with Dean Lakin who at the time was a resident writer at the famous Macdowell Colony in nearby Peterborough, New Hampshire.

2-b • R. D. Lakin: The Macdowell Poems. 1977.

«Description» The same but 25 copies, numbered I to XXV, signed and for presentation.

3 • R. T. Risk: The Art of the Book. The Sharon Arts Center. Peterborough: 1977.

«Title-Page» Catalogue of an Exhibition of Paper, Typography, Printing, | Binding, & Illustration to Exemplify: | The Art of the Book | 11 December 1977-15 January 1978 | [swelled rule] | THE SHARON ARTS CENTER | Route 123, South | Peterborough, New Hampshire

«Description» 1978. Number of copies unknown. Octavo. 12 unnumbered leaves sewn into light green overlapping wrappers. Title printed in green on the cover. Edges untrimmed. Illustrated: four reproductions printed from line blocks: on pages [8], [9], [18], and [19]. Paper: Monadnock. Text type-face 10 and 12-point Bembo.

Maurice Leblanc: Leblanc on Lupin4-a • Maurice Leblanc: Leblanc on Lupin, An Author on His Character. 1978.

«Title-Page» Leblanc on Lupin | An Author On His Character | [swelled rule] | Translated from the French by | HENRY H. BABCOCK | Introduction by | PETER L. STERN | [fleuron] | Privately Printed | FRANCESTOWN | 1978

«Description» 1978. 25 numbered copies. Signed by the editor [Peter L. Stern], translator [Henry H. Babcock], and printer [R. T. Risk]. Royal octavo. Case-bound in quarter linen with blue French marbled paper sides. Titling label on the back-strip. Large paper copy. Edges untrimmed: fore-edge deckled. 10 unnumbered leaves. Illustrated: two reproductions of letters (reduced) printed from line blocks: on pages [6] and [11]. Text in French and English. Paper: Arches Text Laid. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

4-b • Maurice Leblanc: Leblanc on Lupin, An Author on His Character. 1978.

«Description» The same but one of 100 copies with a smaller format, not numbered or signed. Sewn into identical marbled paper. Titling label on the cover. Edges untrimmed.

5 • R. T. Risk: ‘It Is the Choice of the Gods’. 1978.

«Title-Page» R. T. RISK | ‘IT IS THE | CHOICE OF | GODS’ | [rule] | The Remarkable Life of | Count Potocki of Montalk | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown, New Hampshire | MCMLXXVIII

«Description» Summer 1978. 60 numbered copies. Signed by the author. Royal octavo. Case-bound in quarter linen with grey paper sides. Titling label on the back-strip. Edges untrimmed: fore and bottom deckled. 32 Pages. Illustrated: photograph by the author printed on glossy paper from a half-tone screen block, trimmed and tipped in: frontispiece. Paper: Arches. Text type-face: 10 and 12-point Bembo. Notes to the text. Checklist. Separate prospectus.

«Annotations» I met the private press printer, Count Potocki of Montalk, in October of 1973 at his home near Draguignan in the South of France. At the time I was also living in the area, not very far away in fact. The Count was remarkable, a fantastic character, and I was soon hearing in vivid detail about his life and in particular the rightness of his beliefs and actions. This book, my second about him, recounts his life and some of his exploits. In 1981 I wrote further about him, explaining how I met him and what happened at his Villa Vigoni (see number 11, below).

Richard Aldington: The Dearest Friend6-a • Richard Aldington: The Dearest Friend, Letters to John Cournos. 1978.

«Title-Page» THE | DEAREST | FRIEND | A Selection from the Letters of | Richard Aldington to | John Cournos | [two fleurons] | Introduction by R. T. Risk | [device] | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown, New Hampshire | 1978

«Description» December 1978. 100 numbered copies. Signed by the printer. Royal octavo. Case-bound in quarter linen with brown paper sides. Edges untrimmed: fore and bottom deckled. Illustrated: reproduction of a letter printed from a line block: frontispiece. 32 pages. Paper: Frankfurt. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Afterword by R. T. Risk. Separate prospectus.

«Annotations» This has eleven letters written by Richard Aldington to his friend, the Russo-American poet and novelist John Cournos, during the First World War. In them he related his experiences at training camp and on the battlefield.

6-b • Richard Aldington: The Dearest Friend, Letters to John Cournos. 1978.

«Description» The same but ten copies, lettered A to J, for presentation.

Francis Golffing: Likenesses7 • Francis Golffing (selected and translated by): Likenesses. 1979.

«Title-Page» LIKENESSES | Translations by | Francis Golffing | Frontispiece Illustration | by Francis Golffing | FRANCESTOWN | Typographeum | MCMLXXIX

«Description» 1979. 75 numbered copies. Signed by the translator. Royal octavo. Case-bound in quarter linen with Cockerell marbled paper. Titling label on the back-strip. Edges untrimmed: fore and bottom deckled. 24 unnumbered leaves. Illustrated: monochrome watercolor [?] by the author printed from a half-tone screen block: frontispiece. Errata slip laid in. Paper: Michelangelo France. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

«Annotations» Poems in the original languages with a translation for each on the facing pages: Giordano Bruno, Alessandro Tassoni, Metastasio, Vincenzo Monti, Eugenio Montale, Manuel José Othon, Stéphane Mallarmé, Jean Cocteau, Heinrich Heine, Hugo von Hofmannstahl, Rainer Maria Rilke, Georg Trakl, Georg Heym, Ernst Stadler, Günter Eich, Maria Luise Kaschnitz.

8 • R. T. Risk: Dr. Mardersteig, A Memory. 1980.

«Title-Page» DR. MARDERSTEIG | A Memory | [swelled rule] | R. T. Risk | TYPOGRAPHEUM | FRANCESTOWN | 1980

«Description» 1980. 60 numbered copies. Signed by the author. Small octavo. 16 pages sewn into overlapping wrappers. Titling label on the cover. Edges untrimmed. Text paper: hand-made from Hayle Mill. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo.

«Colophon» This memory of Dr. Giovanni Mardersteig | has been made, however imperfectly, as an eulogy | for an honored private printer and a fine man. | It was hand-set in Bembo types and printed | letterpress on Hayle paper by the author | in an edition of sixty numbered copies. | FLOREAT TYPOGRAPHIA MIRABILIS | [swelled rule]

9 • Francis Golffing: Women's Movement. 1980.

«Title-Page» WOMEN'S | MOVEMENT | by | Francis Golffing | [fleuron] | Privately Printed | Christmas 1980

«Description» December 1980. 50 copies. Small octavo. 4 unnumbered leaves sewn into blue wrappers. Titling label on the cover. Edges trimmed. Paper: Mohawk Superfine. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo.

10 • Francis Golffing: Women's Movement (Volume II). 1981.

«Title-Page» WOMEN'S | MOVEMENT | (VOLUME II) | by | Francis Golffing | [device] | Privately Printed | 1981

«Description» 1981. 50 copies. Small octavo. 6 unnumbered leaves sewn and bound in cream wrappers. Titling label on the cover. Edges trimmed. Paper: Mohawk Superfine. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo.

11 • R. T. Risk: Why Potocki?. 1981.

«Title-Page» WHY | POTOCKI? | By R. T. Risk | Francestown |TYPOGRAPHEUM | 1981

«Description» Spring 1981. 100 numbered copies. Signed by the author. Royal octavo. Case-bound in off-white linen. Titling label on the back-strip. Edges untrimmed. 60 pages. Illustrated: two photographs by the author printed from half-tone screen blocks, and one reproduction of the tour brochure (reduced) printed from a line block, all on glossy paper, trimmed and tipped in: frontispiece and on pages [21] and [29]. Paper: Teton. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

«Annotations» This is my account of three visits I made to the Villa Vigoni, the Provençal home of the eccentric Count Potocki of Montalk. It describes why the first visit took place, how I became involved in the Potockian drama, and what events led up to and followed the inevitable quarrel. It also touches upon such interesting matters as the villainy of the Archbishop of Cant and why the Princess Carmen de Bourbon preferred to pull out grape stumps. Here is one of my impressions: “It was all much the same. Principally, there were the long monologues for which my presence seemed welcome. At the meals which stretched on for hours—and now sometimes outside under a tree—or as I poked through the 'archives' or read one of the newspaper articles collected by a 'clipping agency,' Potocki would seize upon a memory and begin a new story. As he did so, he brought out all his impressive dramatic gifts. His voice would become oratorical. He would shift into imitative caricatures of his subjects. His eyes would flash. His hands would weave through the air or pound the table. He would be totally swept away by indignation or amusement. It was an engrossing spectacle. Whether it was also real theater is something I have often wondered about. At times it seemed as if the actor had forgotten where he was.”

12 • Roger Burford Mason: Up at the Big House. 1981.

«Title-Page» Up at the Big House | [swelled rule] | A Story by Roger Burford Mason | Illustrations by Robin K. Boyd | [device in grey] | Typographeum | Francestown | 1981

«Description» Summer 1981. 80 numbered copies. Signed by the author. Royal octavo. Case-bound in quarter cloth with off-white paper sides. Titling label on back-strip. Edges untrimmed: fore-edge deckled. 32 pages. Illustrated: three monochrome drawings by Robin K. Boyd printed from line blocks: frontispiece, and on pages [13] and [25]. Paper: Teton. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

«Annotations» Roger Burford Mason edited a magazine for private press printers, Albion. This story was broadcast by BBC Radio Four in the Autumn of 1981.

13-a • Alister Kershaw: Adrian Lawlor: A Memoir. 1981.

«Title-Page» Adrian Lawlor: | A Memoir | by | Alister Kershaw | Frontispiece by Anthony Palliser | Typographeum | Francestown | 1981

«Description» Autumn 1981. 85 numbered copies. Signed by the author. Royal octavo. Case-bound in quarter linen with rose paper sides. Titling label on the back-strip. Edges untrimmed: fore-edge deckled. Illustrated: portrait by Anthony Palliser printed from a half-tone screen block on glossy paper, trimmed and tipped in: frontispiece. Paper: Linweave. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

«Annotations» Adrian Lawlor was a writer and artist. Alister Kershaw was still in his teens when they met. He was delighted, for he found in him “a creature more astonishing, more preternatural, than all the rest of Australia's lunatic fauna put together.”

13-b • Alister Kershaw: Adrian Lawlor: A Memoir. 1981.

«Description» The same but a few copies (number unknown) are preserved in a quarter morocco case with marbled papers created by Jelka Kershaw. Gilt titled on the back-strip. Separate prospectus.

R. T. Risk: Erhard Ratdolt14 • R. T. Risk: Erhard Ratdolt, Master Printer. 1982.

«Title-Page» [within a fleuron border] | Erhard Ratdolt, | Master Printer | by R. T. RISK | [device] | TYPOGRAPHEUM | FRANCESTOWN | MCMLXXXII

«Description» Spring 1982. 100 numbered copies. Signed by the author. Royal octavo. Case-bound in quarter linen with light brown paper sides. Titling label on back-strip. Edges untrimmed: fore-edge deckled. 64 pages. Illustrated: four reproductions printed on glossy paper from line blocks: frontispiece and facing pages 14, 35, and 46. Paper: Linweave. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Notes. Printed Sources. Corrigenda. Separate prospectus.

«Annotations» This is a biography of a German printer who went to Venice in 1475 at a crucial time in the history of book printing. His contributions to that included the first decorated title-page. His most notable book was the first edition of Euclid's Elementa geometriæ. In his 1482 Calendarium there was a tribute to him by a friend which may be translated from the Latin as: “The seven arts, abilities granted by the divine power, are amply bestowed on this German from Augsburg, Erhard Ratdolt, who is without peer as a master at composing type and printing books. May he enjoy fame, ever with the favor of the Sister Fates. Many satisfied readers can confirm this wish.”

15 • Francis Golffing: The Malcontent. 1982.

«Title-Page» The Malcontent | by Francis Golffing | [fleuron] | PRIVATELY PRINTED | 1982

«Description» 1982. 35 copies. Small octavo. 4 unnumbered leaves sewn into light green wrappers. Titling label on the cover. Edges trimmed.

16 • Lawrence P. Spingarn: The Belvedere. 1982.

«Title-Page» The Belvedere | by | Lawrence P. Spingarn | Illustrated by Richard C. Walsh | TYPOGRAPHEUM Francestown | 1982

«Description» Autumn 1982. 175 copies. Signed by the author and the illustrator. Octavo. 16 pages sewn and bound in tan wrappers. Titling label on the cover. Edges untrimmed: fore-edge deckled. Illustrated: pen and ink drawing by Richard C. Walsh printed from a line block: frontispiece. Text paper: Linweave; cover paper: Fabriano Ingres. Separate prospectus.

Alister Kershaw: The Beginning and the End17-a • Alister Kershaw: The Beginning and the End. 1983.

«Title-Page» THE BEGINNING | AND THE END | COLLECTED POEMS | Alister Kershaw | [fleuron] | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown | 1983

«Description» Spring 1983. 100 copies. Signed by the poet. Royal octavo. Case-bound in a burgundy cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. Edges untrimmed: fore-edge deckled. 96 pages. Illustrated: portrait from a drawing by Alannah Coleman, printed on glossy paper from a half-tone screen block, trimmed and tipped in: frontispiece. Paper: Linweave. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo; display face: Cochin Open.

17-b • Alister Kershaw: The Beginning and the End. 1983.

«Description» The same but 20 copies, hand numbered from I to XX. Bound by Jelka Kozmus in black half morocco with marbled sides. Titled in gilt on the back-strip. Top edge gilt. Dark green end-papers.

17-c • Alister Kershaw: The Beginning and the End. 1983.

«Description» The same but five copies, lettered A to E. Bound by Jelka Kozmus in full morocco. (Not seen.)

18 • Theodora Gay Potocka: Potocki: A Dorset Worthy?. 1983.

«Title-Page» Potocki: | A Dorset Worthy? | by Theodora Gay Potocka | [fleuron] | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown, New Hampshire | 1983

«Description» Summer 1983. 100 copies. Signed by the author. Royal octavo. Case-bound in a green cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. Edges untrimmed: fore-edge deckled. 48 pages. Illustrated: four pages of plates printed on glossy paper from half-tone screen or line blocks: frontispiece and on pages facing 14 (map drawn by Ray Parsons), 19, and 30. Paper: Linweave. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

«Annotations» In the early 1960s Count Potocki went to Dorset to give some much needed help to his daughter, Theodora, and her adoptive mother, Violet Powys. They moved together to a five-acre property called Lovelace's Copse, near the village of Plush, where began a fateful train of events. In his characteristic way Potocki wrote about what he thought happened. But here in this account Theodora gives her own very different version. What began with high hopes ended in failure and in the loss of everything. With Potocki involved, could it have been otherwise?

19 • Omar S. Pound: Saint Erkenwald. Woolmer/Brotherson Ltd. Revere: 1983.

«Title-Page» Saint | Erkenwald | [swelled rule] | Omar S. Pound | WOOLMER/BROTHERSON LTD. | Revere, Pennsylvania

«Description» November 1983. 300 copies. Signed by the poet. Octavo. 24 pages sewn and bound in overlapping wrappers. Titling label on the cover. Edges untrimmed: fore-edge deckled. Text paper: Linweave; cover paper: Fabriano. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate card [prospectus]: 3½ x 5½ inches, printed on both sides, as a postcard.

20-a • Alister Kershaw (edited by): Salute to Roy Campbell. 1984.

«Title-Page» Salute to Roy Campbell | [swelled rule] | Edited and translated by Alister Kershaw | [swelled rule] | Catherine Aldington Anna Campbell Lyle | Richard Aldington Rob Lyle | Henri Chabrol Frederic Mistral, neveu | Lawrence Durrell Cilette Ofaire | Armand Guibert Maurice Ohana | Alister Kershaw Alan Paton | Uys Krige William Plomer | Laurie Lee Charles de Richter | Wyndham Lewis F.-J. Temple | Dylan Thomas | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown: 1984

«Description» 1984. 200 numbered copies. Royal octavo. Case-bound in a red cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. Edges untrimmed: fore-edge deckled. 128 pages. Illustrated: photographs printed on glossy paper from half-tone screen blocks: frontispiece and facing pages 14, 32, 48, 96, and 112. Paper: Linweave. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate prospectus.

«Annotations» This is a revised and much expanded version of a book published in French in 1958, Hommage à Roy Campbell. It was a labour of love for both the editor and printer.

Alister Kershaw: Salute to Roy Campbell20-b • Alister Kershaw (edited by): Salute to Roy Campbell. 1984.

«Description» The same but twenty copies, numbered I to XX. Bound by Jelka Kershaw in scarlet morocco with marbled sides. Titled in gilt on the back-strip. Top edge gilt. Dark red end-papers.

21 • Roy Campbell: ‘Mass at Dawn.’ 1984.

«Title-Page» [device] | ‘Mass at Dawn.’ | A poem set to music by | Christopher Connolly | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown: 1984

«Description» August 1984. 80 copies. Signed by the composer. Octavo. 16 pages sewn and bound in overlapping wrappers. Edges untrimmed: deckle-fore-edge. The musical score by Christopher Connolly was printed from line blocks: on pages [9], [10], [11], and [12]. Text paper: Linweave; Cover paper: Fabriano Artistico and India Office from J. Barcham Green [hand-made]. Separate prospectus.

22 • Omar S. Pound: Siege Lucknow 1857. Woolmer/Brotherson Ltd. Revere: 1984.

«Title-Page» SIEGE | LUCKNOW 1857 | [two fleurons] | OMAR S. POUND | WOOLMER/BROTHERSON LTD | Revere, Pennsylvania

«Description» November 1984. 210 copies. Signed by the poet. Octavo. 6 unnumbered leaves sewn and bound in overlapping wrappers. Titling label printed in red on the cover. Edges untrimmed: fore-edge deckled. Text paper: Linweave; cover paper: Fabriano. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Separate announcement card [prospectus]: 3½ x 5½ inches, printed on both sides as a postcard.

«Colophon» 210 copies, of which 100 are for sale, hand-set | and printed letterpress by R. T. Risk at Frances- | town, New Hampshire, and completed during | November, 1984. The paper is Linweave; the | cover is Fabriano; the type-face is Bembo. D.G.

23 • A. F. Roberts: Poems. 1984.

«Title-Page» POEMS | by A. F. Roberts | [fleuron] | Privately Printed | 1984

«Description» November 1984. 75 copies. Octavo. 12 unnumbered leaves sewn and bound in tan overlapping wrappers. Titling label on the cover. Edges untrimmed: fore-edge deckled. Paper: Linweave. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo. Apparently no prospectus was printed.

24 • Francis Golffing: New Poems. 1984.

«Title-Page» NEW POEMS | Francis Golffing | [two fleurons] | Privately printed: 1984

«Description» 1984. Number of copies unknown. Octavo. 8 leaves sewn and bound in gold wrappers. Titling label on the cover. Edges trimmed. Paper: Linweave. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo.

25 • Francis Golffing: Seven Poems of Georg Trakl. 1985.

«Title-Page» SEVEN POEMS | of Georg Trakl | Translated by Francis Golffing | [fleuron] | Privately Printed | 1985

«Description» June 1985. 60 copies. Octavo. 8 unnumbered leaves sewn and bound in grey overlapping wrappers. Titling label on the cover. Edges untrimmed: fore-edge deckled. Paper: Linweave. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo.

George Dunning Gribble: Scarecrows26 • George Dunning Gribble: Scarecrows, A Dialogue. Introduction by Guy Gribble. 1985.

«Title-Page» SCARECROWS | A DIALOGUE | by George Dunning Gribble | [swelled rule] | With an Introduction by Guy Gribble | [device] | TYPOGRAPHEUM | Francestown: 1985

«Description» Winter 1985. 75 numbered copies. Royal octavo. Case-bound in a green cloth from Van Heek. Titling label on the back-strip. Edges untrimmed: fore-edge deckled. 32 pages. Illustrated: photograph portrait printed on glossy paper from a half-tone screen block, trimmed and tipped in: frontispiece. Paper: Linweave. Text type-face: 12-point Bembo; display type-face: Cochin Open. Separate prospectus.

«Annotations» This is a play which was performed over BBC Radio and in a French translation over Radio Geneva. Gribble preferred the stage and his first play to be produced in London was in 1926. Later he had some success on Broadway. His son recounts his life in the Introduction: “After the [First World] war he remained in Rome, which was then full of American and British writers. He lived in picturesque splendour in the Torre dei Capocci, a medieval tower, that was always full of friends or friends of friends listening to and participating in the entertaining conversations which stretched through the meals improvised by my mother.”

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