Sesqui-Centennial Number of the American Printer Volume 83 Number I July 1926
(The American Printer)

New York - Paris: The American Printer Inc., 1926. F 136 pages of text + 91 editorial feature inserts an exhibit of pages of color, black and white examples of the best printing press work and design from this time, which are patterned after chronological events in American history and created by various artists and printers & processes; articles and features by Edmund G. Gress, John Clyde Oswald, Robert F. Salade; Business Methods of Printers by George E. Wray; The Printing of Books in America by George French; J. Thomson Willing The Graphic Arts through Fifteen Decades; Evolution of the American Printing Presses by Henry Lewis Bullen; The Magazine in America by Kent D.Currie; The Future of American Printing by J.M. Bowles; Early American Imprints: District of Columbia by L. Nelson Nichols; The Great Future of the Printing Crafts by M.J. O'Neill, more; 8 3/4" x 12" approx. format; some edge, tips wear, dustiness, chipping to illustrated paper wrap covers; old discoloration first and last sections of leaves, does not affect plates; overall, good condition and interesting American printing, design arts history, illustrated by some of the finest artists: N.C. Wyeth, Maynard Dixon, Percy Moran, Charles W. Smith, J.N. Darling, many more. Good Paperback (Item ID: 15358)


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