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Printing History New Series Number 23

Printing History New Series Number 23
Edited By Brooke Palmieri

New Series Number 23 (Winter 2018)

Interview with Heiba Lamara
James T. Cameron and George D. Barnum, Invisible Writing Made Visible: The U. S. Government Printing Office and Prisoner of War Stationery in the Second World War.
Lisa Unger Baskin, The Myth of Some Unconventional Women.
Amy Hildreth Chen, Michelle Chesner, and Shannon K. Supple, Roundtable Discussion: Teaching Printing History with Codex Conquest.


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New Series Number 23 (Winter 2018)

Interview with Heiba Lamara
James T. Cameron and George D. Barnum, Invisible Writing Made Visible: The U. S. Government Printing Office and Prisoner of War Stationery in the Second World War.
Lisa Unger Baskin, The Myth of Some Unconventional Women.
Amy Hildreth Chen, Michelle Chesner, and Shannon K. Supple, Roundtable Discussion: Teaching Printing History with Codex Conquest.

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Publisher: American Printing History Association (04/2018)
ISSN: 0192-9275
Binding: softcover
Pages: 48
Illustrations: yes
Size: 10.25 x 7.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 0.5lb
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