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There is currently no available "Beginner" label. The following is the default level label: The Dyke Mill was originally the Richardson & Dike (later J. Dike & Sons) chair and sofa factory, built in the 1840s. In 1909, the Dyke Mill incorporated itself with the intention of creating an Arts & Crafts outpost in Montague. Its utopian ideals are evident in the text, particularly visible in its emphasis on rural life as a cure for societal ills. Probably its most famous product was Carl Rollins, who founded the Montague Press, a precursor to Dyke Mill. Rollins went on to run Yale University Press, which by mid-century was one of the most respected presses in the country. Dyke Mill press continued publishing until some point after the 1950s.


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"The Dyke Mill Bulletin, No. I"

printer   Montague Press
publisher   Dyke Mill, Incorporated
date   1911
location   Montague, Massachusetts
height   9.0"
width   6.0"
process/materials   printed paper, ink
item type   Periodicals/Magazine
accession #   #L02.030

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