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Printing History

Highlights from the Bernard C. Middleton Collection of Books on Bookbinding
Highlights from the Bernard C. Middleton Collection of Books on Bookbinding
Highlights from the Bernard C. Middleton Collection of Books on Bookbinding

This elegant cloth-bound, full-color catalog accompanied an exhibition of rare items from the Middleton Collection and was published to coincide with the Bookbinding 2000 Conference at RIT. It includes illustrations and explanatory texts of the rarities on display—from historical ephemera to masterpieces of the binder's art. A selection of some of Bernard Middleton's most celebrated essays on bookbinding is also featured in this work.


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Printing History 40
Edited By David Pankow

Whole Number 40 (Volume 20, No. 2)

Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


Marvin J. Heller, Mirror-image Monograms as Printers' Devices on Title Pages of Hebrew Books Printed in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries.

Richard M. Candee, Illustrating Invention: Nineteenth-century Machine Advertising for the Aikens of Franklin, New Hampshire.

Peter E. Hanff, Way & Williams, Publishers, Chicago, 1895–98.

Alfred W. Baxter, Grabhorn Press Ephemera: The Missing Matter.


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Printing History 38/39

Whole Number 38–39 (Volume 19, No. 2 and Volume 20, No. 1)

Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


Peter Bain and Paul Shaw, Blackletter: Type and National Identity, A Catalog of the Exhibition, March 3 to May 2, 1998.

 

 


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Printing History 37
Edited By David Pankow

Whole Number 37 (Volume 19, No. 1)

Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


Harold Berliner, Nicolas Barker, Jim Rimmer, & John Dreyfus, Starling Burgess, No Type Designer: A Rebuttal of Some Allegations and Suppositions Made by Mike Parker in his Article "Starling Burgess, Type Designer?" in Printing History 31/32 (1994).

David Pankow, A Face by Any Other Name is Still My Face: A Tale of Type Piracy.

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Printing History 36

Whole Number 36 (Volume 18, No. 2)

Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


Corban Goble, Mark Twain's Nemesis: The Paige Compositor.

Robert D. Harlan, Origins of San Francisco Fine Printing Traditions.

Michael Peich, William Everson: Fine Printer.

 


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Printing History 35
Edited By David Pankow

Whole Number 35 (Volume 18, No. 1)

Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


Roger E. Stoddard, "Oh, Mr. Jefferson-After All These Years, Why Do We Know So Little about the Books 0f Your Time?"

Paul F. Gehl, The Europeans Are Coming! Or, What's New in Continental History of the Book: A Review Essay.

Walker Rumble, Strategies of Shopfloor Inclusion: The Gender Politics of Augusta Lewis and Women's Typographical Union No. 1, 1868–1872.


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Printing History 34
Edited By David Pankow

Whole Number 34 (Volume 17, No. 2) 1995

Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


Steven Leuthold, The Book and the Peasant: Visual Representation and Social Change in German Woodcuts, 1521–1525.

Joseph A. Dane, The Curse of the Mummy Paper.

James N. Green, `The Cowl knows best what will suit in Virginia': Parson Weems on Southern Readers.

Jane R. Pomeroy, On the Changes Made in Wood Engravings in the Stereotyping Process.

 


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Printing History 33
Edited By David Pankow

Whole Number 33 (Volume 17, No. 1) 1995

Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


Terry Belanger, Twenty Years After.

Michael Winship, The Art Preservative: From the History of the Book Back to Printing History.


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Printing History 30
Edited By David Pankow

Whole Number 30 (Volume 15, No. 2) 1993

Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


[Out of Print]

H. George Fletcher, The Ideal of the Humanist Scholar-Printer: Aldus in Venice.

Paul A. Cyr, Joel Munsell, Aldus's Disciple in Albany.

Martin W. Hutner, Daniel Berkeley Updike: Humanist, Scholar, Printer.

Timothy Barrett, Fifteenth-Century Papermaking.

Elizabeth Harris, The Rail Presses.

 


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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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