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Printing History 29

Printing History 29
Edited By David Pankow

Whole Number 29 (Volume 15, No. 1) 1993

Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


Sandra J. Markham, Memento Mori on Silk and Stone: Reuben Manley, Printer, 1818–42.

David A. Hanson, Baron Frederick Wilhelm von Egloffstein: Inventor of the First Commercial Halftone Process in America.

Stephen O. Saxe, The Landis Valley Museum Ramage Press.

Alastair Johnston, Reflections on the Centenary of the Merrymount Press.


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Whole Number 29 (Volume 15, No. 1) 1993

Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


Sandra J. Markham, Memento Mori on Silk and Stone: Reuben Manley, Printer, 1818–42.

David A. Hanson, Baron Frederick Wilhelm von Egloffstein: Inventor of the First Commercial Halftone Process in America.

Stephen O. Saxe, The Landis Valley Museum Ramage Press.

Alastair Johnston, Reflections on the Centenary of the Merrymount Press.

Megan L. Benton, C. Volmer Nordlunde: The "Grand Old Man" of Modern Danish Printing.

REVIEWS

Lowell Bodger (reviewer), George Sadek and Maxim Zhukov, Typography: Polyglot. A Comparative Study in Multilingual Typesetting.

Sidney E. Berger (reviewer), William Blades, Numismata Typographica; or the Medallic History of Printing.

John Dreyfus (reviewer), John Rathé, Bibliography of the Typophile Chap Books, 1935–1992.

 

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Publisher: APHA (01/1993)
ISSN: 0192-9275
Binding: soft cover
Pages: 46
Shipping Weight: 0.5lb
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