James N. Green, Librarian

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James N. Green is Librarian Emeritus of the Library Company of Philadelphia, where he has worked since 1983. He holds degrees from Oberlin (A.B.), Yale (M. Phil.), and Columbia (M.L.S). His three long essays on printing and book publishing in America from 1680 to 1840 appear in the first two volumes of the collaborative History of the Book in America, published by the American Antiquarian Society (2000-2010) under the general editorship of David D. Hall. He is also co-author, with Peter Stallybrass, of Benjamin Franklin, Writer and Printer (Oak Knoll Press and the British Library, 2006). He serves on the board of Rare Book School at the University of Virginia and teaches courses there in the summer.