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Printing History New Series 26

Printing History New Series 26
Edited By Brooke Palmieri

An Interview with Thin Ice Press
Nina Schneider, The Printed Intarsia of Erasmus Loya
Fuchsia Voremberg, Chinook Jargon and Itinerant Mimeography in the Pacific Northwest
Ellen Mazur Thomson, To Feast with One’s Eyes: Colour Printing in Nineteenth-Century Cookbooks

Reviews

James Raven, What is the History of the Book? [Katherine M. Ruffin]
Hendrik D. L. Vervliet, Robert Granjon, Letter-Cutter, 1513—1590: Oeuvre Catalogue [Brooke Sylvia Palmieri]


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An Interview with Thin Ice Press
Nina Schneider, The Printed Intarsia of Erasmus Loya
Fuchsia Voremberg, Chinook Jargon and Itinerant Mimeography in the Pacific Northwest
Ellen Mazur Thomson, To Feast with One’s Eyes: Colour Printing in Nineteenth-Century Cookbooks

Reviews

James Raven, What is the History of the Book? [Katherine M. Ruffin]
Hendrik D. L. Vervliet, Robert Granjon, Letter-Cutter, 1513—1590: Oeuvre Catalogue [Brooke Sylvia Palmieri]

Details

ISSN: 0192-9275
Binding: softcover
Pages: 48
Illustrations: yes
Size: 10.25 x 7.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 0.5lb
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