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Printing History New Series Number 24

Printing History New Series Number 24
Edited By Brooke Palmieri

Contents

An Interview with Douglas Charles, Journeyman Printer
Amanda Stuckey, Tactile Literacy
Erin Schreiner, Printing the Screenplay in Hollywood and Beyond
Amelia J. Hugill-Fontanel, Multitudinous Tints: An Inventor’s Pursuit of Instantaneous Multicolor Printing
Paul Shaw’s response to Jerry Kelly’s review of Revival Type: Digital Typefaces Inspired by the Past (2017) published in Printing History 23 (Winter 2018).


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Contents

An Interview with Douglas Charles, Journeyman Printer
Amanda Stuckey, Tactile Literacy
Erin Schreiner, Printing the Screenplay in Hollywood and Beyond
Amelia J. Hugill-Fontanel, Multitudinous Tints: An Inventor’s Pursuit of Instantaneous Multicolor Printing
Paul Shaw’s response to Jerry Kelly’s review of Revival Type: Digital Typefaces Inspired by the Past (2017) published in Printing History 23 (Winter 2018).

Reviews

Hala Auji, Printing Arab Modernity: Book Culture and the American Press in Nineteenth-Century Beirut. [Radha Dalal]
Douglas W. Charles, Bed & Platen Book Printing Machines: American and British Streams of Ingenious Regression in the Quest for Print Quality. [Stephen Sword]
Caroline Archer-Parré and Malcolm Dick, eds. John Baskerville: Art and Industry of the Enlightenment. [Paul Shaw]

Details

Publisher: American Printing History Association (07/2018)
ISSN: 0192-9275
Binding: softcover
Pages: 48
Illustrations: yes
Size: 10.25 x 7.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 0.5lb
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