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Fine Press Books in Special Collections

A guide to fine press books available in Special Collections and University Archives.

About Gehenna Press

Gehenna Press was founded in 1942 by Leonard Baskin. The press  began at Yale University while Baskin was a student there but moved to Northampton, Massachusetts after he graduated. Collaborators of Baskin and Gehenna Press include Ted Hughes, Anthony Hecht, James Baldwin, Archibald MacLeish, and Wilfred Owen. Gehenna Press closed in 2002. 


Books printed at Gehenna Press we have in Special Collections:

Secondary Sources

Below is a list of books about Gehenna Press within Special Collections: