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Printing History

Printing History 13
Edited By Anna Lou Ashby

Whole Number 13 (Volume 7, No. 1) 1985

Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


John Dreyfus, A Transatlantic Involvement with Printing History.

Roderick Cave and Kathleen Coleridge, For Gospel and Wool Trade: Early Printing in New Zealand.

C. Deirdre Phelps, The First Publication to Use American-Made Type.

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Printing History 11
Edited By Anna Lou Ashby

Whole Number 11 (Volume 6, No. 1) 1984

Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


[Out of Print]

Judy L. Larson, Separately Published Engravings in the Early Republic: An Introduction to Copperplate Engraving and Printing in America Through 1820.

Larry E. Sullivan, Old and New Directions: Doctoral Research on New York Printing History.

Marcella Genz, editor, BR to Robert Ballou. [Bruce Rogers letter].

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Printing History 7/8
Edited By Susan Thompson

Whole Number 7–8 (Volume 4, No. 1 and No. 2) 1982
Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


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Roderick Cave, The Lost Years of the Golden Cockerel Press.

Rollo G. Silver, The Convivial Printer: Dining, Wining, and Marching, 1825–1860.

Alice D. Schreyer, The Permanence of Ephemera, [Introduction].

Katharine F. Pantzer, Ephemera in the STC Revision: A Housekeeper's View.


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Printing History 5
Edited By Susan Thompson

Whole Number 5 (Volume 3, No. 1) 1981
Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series

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Daniel Traister, The Renaissance Book, Introduction to conference papers.

Elizabeth E. Eisenstein, The Early Printer as "Renaissance Man".

Natalie Zemon Davis, Misprint and Minerva: Printers' Journeymen in Sixteenth Century Lyon.

G. Thomas Tanselle, Analytical Bibliography and Renaissance Printing History.

Ruth Mortimer, The Dimensions of the Renaissance Title Page.

 


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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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Printing History 4

Whole Number 4 (Volume 2, No. 2) 1980

Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series


Alexander Nesbitt, A Life with Type and Letters.

Madeleine B. Stern, Every Man His Own Printer: The Typographical Experiments of Josiah Warren.

John Bidwell, Some Caslon Ornaments in Some American Books.

William Dean Howells, The Country Printer. [reprint from Scribners' Magazine]

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Printing History 2
Edited By Susan Thompson

Whole Number 2 (Volume 1, No. 2) 1979
Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series

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Madeleine B. Stern, Isaac M. Singer's Type Machine.

Rollo G. Silver, Violent Assaults on American Printing Shops, 1788–1860.

E. Richard McKinstry, A Sketch of the Brief Printing Career of David Cree, 1784–1786.

Octave Uzanne, The End of Books [reprinted from Scribner's (1896)].


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Printing History 1
Edited By Susan Thompson

Whole Number 1 (Volume 1, No. 1) 1979
Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series

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Susan Thompson, Early Journals of Interest to APHA, Excerpts from five earlier printing related journals: The Typographic Messenger, The Inland Printer, The American Bookmaker, The Engraver and Printer, and The Printing Art.

Rollo G. Silver, The Autobiography of Stephen P. Ruggles, [Partial transcription of an 1870 autobiography by inventor Ruggles (1808–1880).]


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Sure to appeal to all typophiles, this poster elucidates the history of the job case, summarizes letterform nomenclature, and provides useful typeface classification examples. Printed with custom-mixed inks, it will find a welcome home in print shops, design studios, and libraries.


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Cloister Initials Poster
Cloister Initials Poster

Printing was done at the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum by Richard Kegler, during the APA Wayzgoose event. The newly cast 120 point initials were set up on a Vandercook proofing press and run with black ink on 100# Mohawk Superfine paper. The large G printed with silver ink is a photochemically etched block from the newly redrawn Goudy Initials. The colophon also printed in silver is hand set Bank Gothic and reads:


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