Carmen Statuta Comprehendens Modumque Vivendi Honestum Scolarium Sive Studentum
A Poem on the Rules of Good Living by Students. By an anonymous writer of the sixteenth century. Text in Latin and English. Produced by a Colorado College class, “The Book.” The text was established by History Professor Carol Neel, and the typographic design was directed by James Trissel. Students wrote the free translation, set the type, and printed the copies. Handset Spectrum type on Frankfurt paper. Single signature paperbound in cream wrappers, with title blind-embossed on cover, 11 pages. Edition of 100 copies. 15” x 111/8“.