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Richard Rogers Bowker (1848–1933)

Bowker, Richard Rogers (bou’ker). An American editor, bibliographer, and writer on political economy; born in Salem, MA, Sept. 4, 1848; died in 1933. He edited for a number of years the Publishers’ Weekly; and compiled the ‘American Catalogue’ (2 vols., 1885), of inestimable value to book-dealers, librarians, and literary workers. Among his writings on political economy are: ‘Work and Wealth’; ‘Economics for the People’; ‘Copyright—Its Law and Its Literature.’