The books are from Evolution Publishing. Sort of an odd name for a publisher, especially because they mostly do stuff on Native American and colonial history. This seems to be one of those tiny outfits, with all of the charm, benefits, and shortcomings of an independent coffee shop or an indie film; I've never seen any of their books and can't vouch for their quality, but it sounds like the people at Evolution are serious about bookbinding and publishing. From the website:
Welcome to the Evolution Publishing homepage. We are a small press founded in 1994 and based in Merchantville, NJ. Nearby, William Penn signed his famous treaty with Tamanend of the Lenape, General George Washington made his daring Christmas Eve crossing of the Delaware, and just across the river in Philadelphia, a young Benjamin Franklin published his Pennsylvania Gazette and Poor Richard's Almanac. We are proud to be part of the American publishing heritage, and feel honored to share this heritage with our neighbors around the country and the world.
The old school of bookbinding is alive and well at Evolution Publishing. Using a combination of ultra-modern and traditional bookbinding techniques, we are able to offer high-quality specialty volumes at reasonable prices. We believe that books are not ephemera: they should be designed to last. Our primary source books are manufactured to be a durable fixture of library and private collections for time periods measured in decades, not years.
The company focuses mostly on early American history, but also does classical history and linguistics. The series that will probably be of interest to readers of this blog is their Christian Roman Empire Series. There are only seven titles out to date, but they are reprints of some important translations of late antique texts.
v.1: The Life of Belisarius
Lord Mahon [Philip Henry Stanhope] (1848)
v.2: The Gothic History of Jordanes
In English Version with an Introduction and a Commentary
Charles Christopher Mierow, translator (1915)
v.3 The Book of the Popes (Liber Pontificalis)
To the Pontificate of Gregory I
Louise Ropes Loomis, translator (1916)
v.4 The Chronicle of John, Bishop of Nikiu
Translated from Zotenberg's Ethiopic Text
R. H. Charles, translator (1916)
v.5 The Ecclesiastical History of Evagrius
A History of the Church from AD 431 to AD 594
Edward Walford, translator (1846)
v.6 The Life of Saint Augustine
A Translation of the Sancti Augustini Vita by Possidius, Bishop of Calama
Herbert T. Weiskotten, translator (1919)
v.7 The Life of Saint Simeon the Stylite
A Translation of the Syriac in the Bedjan’s Acta Martyrum et Sanctorum
Rev. Frederick Lent, translator (1915)