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Printing History 3

Printing History 3
Edited By Susan Thompson

Whole Number 3 (Volume 2, No. 1) 1980
Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series

Out of Print


Stephen O. Saxe, The Type Founders of New York City, 1840–1900.

Joseph R. Dunlap, Two Victorian Voices Advocating Good Book Design: II. Charles Kegan Paul, Perceptive Publisher.

Neville Thompson, A Note on Bruce Rogers in Youth and Age.

Robert Singerman, A Curious Document Attributing a Jewish Background to Johann Gutenberg.


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Whole Number 3 (Volume 2, No. 1) 1980
Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series

Out of Print


Stephen O. Saxe, The Type Founders of New York City, 1840–1900.

Joseph R. Dunlap, Two Victorian Voices Advocating Good Book Design: II. Charles Kegan Paul, Perceptive Publisher.

Neville Thompson, A Note on Bruce Rogers in Youth and Age.

Robert Singerman, A Curious Document Attributing a Jewish Background to Johann Gutenberg.

William J. Dane, A Bradley Reminiscence.

REVIEWS

James Wells (reviewer), Scott Bruntjen and Melissa L. Young, Douglas McMurtrie: Bibliographer and Historian of Printing.

Robert D. Harlan (reviewer), John Tebel, A History of Book Publishing in the United States, Volume III.

Madeleine B. Stern, Leona M. Hudak Early American Women Printers and Publishers, 1639–1820.

Anna Lou Ashby (reviewer), Sir Francis Meynell and Herbert Simon, Flueron Anthology.

Joseph Blumenthal (reviewer), John Ryder, The Case for Legibility.

 

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Publisher: APHA (01/1980)
Binding: soft cover
Pages: 48
Shipping Weight: 0.5lb
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