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Contents of Printing History (Original Series)

This consolidated table of contents to Printing History O.S. contains authors (or reviewers) and titles. (The consolidated table of contents for Printing History New Series is here.) References are made to whole issue number and pages. Combined issues are indicated by a dash; for example, combined issue 7/8 is noted as “7–8.” See APHA’s list of back issues for sale and issue numbering of Printing History. Some out-of-print issues can be found at many research libraries.

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Whole Number 1 (Volume 1, No. 1) 1979

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).]Joseph R. Dunlap, Two Victorian Voices Advocating Good Book Design: I. Henry Stevens and the Shoddimites.
Gordon B. Neavill, The Modern Library Series: Format and Design, 1917–1977.

Reviews

Madeleine B. Stern (reviewer), Marjorie Dana Barlow, comp., Notes on Women Printers in Colonial America and the United States, 1639–1975. (Review)
Peter M. Van Wingen (reviewer), Nicolette Gray, Nineteenth Century Ornamented Typefaces.
Joe W. Kraus (reviewer), Joseph Blumenthal, The Printed Book in America.
John Bidwell (reviewer), J. Ben Lieberman, Type and Typefaces.

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Whole Number 2 (Volume 1, No. 2) 1979

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)].
Out of Sorts Press (Larchmont, N.Y.), Some Unlost Typefaces of Frederic W. Goudy [Originally printed as a keepsake for the Goudy Society Annual Dinner in 1978]

Reviews

John Tebbel (reviewer), Peter Sutcliffe, The Oxford University Press: An Informal History [and] Nicholas Barker, The Oxford University Press and the Spread of Learning, 1478–1978
Catherine T. Brody (reviewer), Elizabeth Carroll Reilly, A Dictionary of Colonial American Printers’ Ornaments and Illustrations
Daniel Traister (reviewer), Edward Hodnett, Francis Barlow: First Master of English book Illustration
J. Ben Lieberman (reviewer), Elizabeth Harris and Clinton Sisson, The Common Press

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Whole Number 3 (Volume 2, No. 1) 1980

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.
William J. Dane, A Bradley Reminiscence.

Reviews

James Wells (reviewer), Scott Bruntjen and Melissa L. Young, Douglas McMurtrie: Bibliographer and Historian of Printing.
Robert D. Harlan (reviewer), John Tebel, A History of Book Publishing in the United States, Volume III.
Madeleine B. Stern (reviewer), Leona M. Hudak, Early American Women Printers and Publishers, 1639–1820.
Anna Lou Ashby (reviewer), Sir Francis Meynell and Herbert Simon,Fleuron Anthology.
Joseph Blumenthal (reviewer), John Ryder, The Case for Legibility.

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

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]

Reviews

Stephen O. Saxe (reviewer), Frank E. Comparato, Chronicles of Genius and Folly: R. Hoe & Company and the Printing Press as a Service to Democracy
Christine Liska (reviewer), Joe W. Kraus, Messrs. Copeland & Day
Susan O. Thompson (reviewer), Diane Chalmers Johnson, American Art Nouveau
Jonathan A. Hill (reviewer), David McKitterick, ed., Stanley Morison & D.B. Updike: Selected Correspondence.

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Whole Number 5 (Volume 3, No. 1) 1981 [Out of Print]

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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Whole Number 6 (Volume 3, No. 2) 1981 [Out of Print]

William S. Peterson, William Morris and the “Damned Chemists”: The Search for an Ideal Ink at the Kelmscott Press.
Stephen O. Saxe, A Brief History of Golding & Co.
Bernard McTigue, English Bookbinding and the Continental Woodblock Tradition.
Theodore Low DeVinne, How He Collected his Bill.
Alice D. Schreyer (editor), Mark Twain and “The Old-Fashioned Printer” [Speech by Twain to the Typothecae.]

Reviews

Elizabeth Harris (reviewer), The History of Printing from its Beginnings to 1930: The Subject Catalog of the American Type Founders Library in the Columbia University Libraries. Introduction by Kenneth A. Lohf.
William S. Pretzer (reviewer), Comp. and ed. by John Gibson and Laurie Lewis, Sticks and Stones: Some Aspects of Canadian Printing History. 
Paul Standard (reviewer), A.S. Osley, Scribes and Sources: A Handbook for the Chancery Hand of the Sixteenth Century.
Robert Rainwater (reviewer), Basil Hunnisett, Steel-engraved Book Illustration in England.
Philip A. Metzger (reviewer), The Business of Enlightenment: A Publishing History of the Encyclopedie, 1775–1800.
J. Rigbie Turner (reviewer), Richard J. Wolfe, Early American Music Engraving and Printing: A History of Music Publishing in America from 1787 to 1825.
James Green (reviewer), Marguerite V. Doggett, Long Island Printing 1791–1830.

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Whole Number 7–8 (Volume 4, No. 1 and No. 2) 1982 [Out of Print]

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.
Georgia B. Bumgardner, Vignettes of the Past: American Historical Broadsides Through the War of 1812.
John Buechler, “Adapted from an Old Book”: Some Sources for Chiswick Press Woodcut Initials.
Robert D. Harlan, The Memoirs of William M. Cubery.

Reviews

Felix B. de Marez Oyens (reviewer), Peter Amelung, Der Frühdruck im deutschen Südwesten 1473–1500: eine Ausstellung der Württembergischen Landesbibliothek Stuttgart. Band 1: Ulm.
Francis O. Mattson (reviewer), Giovanni Mardersteig, The Officina Bodoni: An Account of the Work of a Hand Press, 1923–1977.
Daniel Traister (reviewer), Elizabeth L. Eisenstein, The Printing Press as an Agent of Change: Communications and Cultural Transformation in Early-Modern Europe.
Rollo G. Silver (reviewer), Robert B. Winans, A Descriptive Checklist of Book Catalogues Separately Printed in America, 1693–1800.

Reviews

John Bidwell (reviewer), Madeleine B. Stern, ed., Publishers for Mass Entertainment in Nineteenth Century America.
John Kaser (reviewer), Bernard Bailyn and John B. Hench, eds., The Press & the American Revolution.
Robert Rainwater (reviewer), Basil Hunnisett, A Dictionary of British Steel Engravers.
G. Thomas Tanselle (reviewer), Geoffrey Ashall Glaister, Glaister’s Glossary of the Book: Terms Used in Papermaking, Printing, Bookbinding and Publishing with Notes on Illuminated Manuscripts and Private Presses.

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Whole Number 9 (Volume 5, No. 1) 1983

John Lancaster, Nineteenth Century America: Book Trade Technology and Social History. [Introduction]. Rollo G. Silver, The Power of the Press: Hand, Horse, Water, and Steam.
James J. Barnes, Jonas Winchester: Speculator, Medicine Man.
Stephen O. Saxe, Vincent Fitzpatrick, and Frederick N. Rasmussen, H. L. Mencken: in the Steps of Gutenberg.
Neville Thompson, Bruce Rogers Looks Back.
Elbert Hubbard to W. W. Denslow from The Sanford & Helen Berger Collection.

Reviews

Tobin A. Sparling (reviewer), Gordon N. Ray, The Art of the French Illustrated Book, 1700–1914.
Marie Elena Korey (reviewer), Margaret Spufford, Small Books and Pleasant Histories: Popular Fiction and Its Readership in Seventeenth-Century England.

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Whole Number 10 (Volume 5, No. 2) 1983 [Out of Print]

Thomas L. Bonn, The First Pocket Book.
Michael Winship, Printing with Plates in the Nineteenth Century United States.
Philip J. Weimerskirch, Ed., W. R. Chambers & Co., The Externals of Books [reprint].

Reviews

Sue Allen (reviewer), Joseph Blumenthal, Typographic Years: A Printer’s Journey Through A Half Century, 1925–1975.
David Farmer (reviewer), John Dreyfus, A History of the Nonesuch Press.
Larry E. Sullivan (reviewer), Henry R. Wagner & Charles L. Camp, The Plains & the Rockies, A Critical Bibliography of Exploration, Adventure and Travel in The American West, 1800–1865.
Michel Thériault (reviewer), Elizabeth Hulse, A Dictionary of Toronto Printers, Publishers, Booksellers and Allied Trades, 1798–1900.
Blanche T. Ebeling-Koning (reviewer), Robert Darnton, The Literary Underground of the Old Regime.
Mark Farrell (reviewer), Nati Krivatsy, Bibliography of the Works of Gregorio Leti.

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

Reviews

John Bidwell (reviewer), Fred Schreiber, The Estiennes: an annotated catalogue of 300 highlights of their various presses.
Roderick Cave (reviewer), William Morris, The Ideal Book. Essays and Lectures on the Arts of the Book.
Paul S. Koda (reviewer), Matt T. Roberts and Don Etherington,Bookbinding and the Conservation of Books: A Dictionary of Descriptive Terminology.
Bernard McTigue (reviewer), Susan E. Meyer, A Treasury of the Great Children’s Book Illustrators.

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Whole Number 12 (Volume 6, No. 2) 1984 [Out of Print]

William S. Pretzer, Tramp Printers: Craft Culture, Trade Unions, and Technology.
Alexander Lawson, Teaching Typography.

Reviews

Peter M. VanWingen (reviewer), Christian Axel-Nilsson. Type Studies: The Norstedt Collection of Matrices in the Typefoundry of the Royal Printing Office; a History and Catalogue.
Daniel Traister (reviewer), Miriam Usher Chrisman. Lay Culture, Learned Culture: Books and Social Change in Strasbourg, 148o-1599 and Bibliography of Strasbourg Imprints, 1480–1599.
Stephen Paul Davis (reviewer), M. Crump and M. Harris, eds. Searching the Eighteenth Century: Papers Presented at the Symposium on the Eighteenth Century Short Title Catalogue in July 1982.
Larry E. Sullivan (reviewer), Alan Dyer. A Biography of James Parker, Colonial Printer.
Richard Newman (reviewer), Donald Franklin Joyce. Gatekeepers of Black Culture: Black-Owned Book Publishing in the United States, 1817–1981.
James Trissel (reviewer), Roderick Cave. The Private Press.
GraceAnne Andreassi DeCandido (reviewer), Tiller: A Bimonthly Devoted to the Arts and Crafts Movement.
Alexander Nesbitt (reviewer), Marc Drogin. Anathema: Medieval Scribes and the History of Book Curses.
Sheila Waters (reviewer), Stephen Harvard. The Cataneo Manuscript: An Italic Copybook
Larry Silver (reviewer), Sandra Hindman, ed. The Early Illustrated Book: Essays in Honor of Lessing J. Rosenwald.
Paul Hayden Duensing (reviewer), William Caslon. A Specimen of Printing Types. Introduction and notes by James Mosley.

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

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.

Reviews

William S. Peterson (reviewer), John Carter and Graham Pollard, An Enquiry into the Nature of Certain Nineteenth Century Pamphlets,2d ed.; Nicolas Barker and John Collins, A Sequel to an Enquiry into the Nature of Certain Nineteenth Century Pamphlets by John Carter and Graham Pollard: The Forgeries of H. Buxton Forman and T. J. Wise Re-examined.
David Pankow (reviewer), John Buechler, Charles Whittingham, Printer, 1795–1876; James Davis, Printed by Hague and Gill; Vincent Torre, A Tribute to W. A. Dwiggins on the Hundredth Anniversary of His Birth; Gay Walker, The Works of Carl P. Rollins.
Robin Heyeck (reviewer), Phoebe Jane Easton, Marbling.
Bernard McTigue (reviewer), Brigid Peppin and Lucy Micklethwait, Book Illustrators of the Twentieth Century.

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Whole Number 14 (Volume 7, No. 2) 1985 [Out of Print]

John Bidwell and Cynthia Owen Philip, Robert Fulton’s Portrait of Lord Stanhope.
James Eckman, A Genial Philippic on Taste.
Elizabeth M. Harris, Printing and a Museum [the Smithsonian Institution Graphic Arts Division].
Renée I. Weber, Doctoral Research in Printing History, 1970–1984.
Warren D. Devine, Jr., The Printing Industry as a Leader in Electrification, 1883–1930.

Reviews

William L. Joyce (reviewer), James P. Bell, ed., John Peter Zenger and Freedom of the Press.
J. Dustin Wees (reviewer), Anthony Dyson, Pictures to Print: The Nineteenth-century Engraving Trade.
Dennis Stillwell (reviewer), Bruce Beck, ed. Robert Hunter Middleton: The Man and His Letters.

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Whole Number 15 (Volume 8, No. 1) 1986

Lily Chia-jen Kecskes, Chinese Ink and Inkmaking.
Virginia Smith, Longevity and Legibility: Two Types from the De Vinne Press and How They Have Fared.
Sibylle Fraser, Underground Printing in Europe, 1933–1945 An Historical Observation.

Reviews

Elliot S. Isaac (reviewer), Gary Marker, Publishing, Printing and the Origins of Intellectual Life in Russia, 1700–1800.
Serge Gleboff (reviewer), G. V Bakhareva and S. P. Luppov, Russkie knigi i biblioteki v XVI – pervoî polovine XIX veka: sbornik nauchnykh trudov.
Harold Corbin (reviewer), Joseph Blumenthal, Robert Frost and His Printers.
Larry E. Sullivan (reviewer), Madeleine B. Stern, Antiquarian Bookselling in the United States: A History from the Origins to the 1940s.
Stephen O. Saxe (reviewer), From Punch to Printing Type: The Art and Craft of Hand Punchcutting and Typecasting. Videotape.

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Whole Number 16 (Volume 8, No. 2) 1986

David Woodward, Maps, Music, and the Printer: Graphic or Typographic?
Elizabeth M. Harris, Inventing Printing for the Blind.
D. W. Krummel, Clarifying the Musical Page: The Romantic Stichbild.

Reviews

James H. Fraser (reviewer), The Printing History Series of Verlag Renate Raecke.
James Green (reviewer), Robert E. Cazden, A Social History of the German Book Trade in America to the Civil War; Christopher L. Dolmetsch, The German Press of the Shenandoah Valley.
H. George Fletcher (reviewer), Nicolas Barker, Aldus Manutius and the Development of Greek Script & Type in the Fifteenth Century.
Szilvia E. Szmuk (reviewer), Anne Anninger, Spanish & Portuguese 16th Century Books in the Department of Printing and Graphic Arts….
John Tebbel (reviewer), Max Hall, Harvard University Press: A History.

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Whole Number 17 (Volume 9, No. 1) 1987

Roger E. Stoddard, Morphology and the Book from an American Perspective.
Benjamin Alterman, Deborah Alterman, and Laura L. Gewissler, From Woodblock to Silicon Chip: The Transmission of Tibetan Language.
James Eckman, The Union Type Foundry of Chicago, 1884–1892.
James Fraser, Profile: Takashi Kono at Eighty.

Reviews

Hope Mayo (reviewer), William S. Peterson, A Bibliography of the Kelmscott Press.

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Whole Number 18 (Volume 9, No. 2) 1987 [Out of Print]

Joseph Blumenthal, Herbert H. Johnson and Carl Schlesinger, In Memoriam: Dr. Robert Lincoln Leslie, Humanitarian and Educator, 1885–1987.
Susan M. Allen, Jane Yetsweirt (1541–?): Claiming Her Place.
Tyrus G. Harmsen, Robinson Jeffers and his Printers.
G. Thomas Tanselle, Thoughts on Research in Printing History.
Pamela Petro, Gwasg Gregynog: The Reincarnation of a Press.
Victor Margolin, Paul Theobald & Company: Publisher With a New Vision.

Reviews

Larry E. Sullivan (reviewer), Sean Wilentz, Chants Democratic: New York City and the Rise of the American Working Class….
John Dreyfus (reviewer), Paul Needham, The Printer & the Pardoner….
Paul Hayden Duensing (reviewer), Richard E. Huss, The Printer’s Composition Matrix …
Daniel B. Bianchi (reviewer), William J. Glick, William Edwin Rudge.
GraceAnne A. DeCandido (reviewer), Alan Crawford, C. R. Ashbee: Architect, Designer Romantic Socialist.
Melissa M. Bernhardt (reviewer), Patricia Thomas Sbrebrnik, Alexander Strahan: Victorian Publisher.
James N. Green (reviewer), John Tebbel, Between Covers: The Rise and Transformation of Book Publishing in America.

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Whole Number 19 (Volume 10, No. 1) 1988

Charlotte K. and August E. Brunsman, Wright & Wright, Printers: The “Other” Career of Wilbur and Orville.
David Pankow, Dungeons and Dragon’s Blood: The Development of Late 19th and Early 20th Century Platemaking Processes.
John A. Lent, Pioneer Women Editors–The Stockdale Sisters of Bermuda.

Reviews

Renate Raecke (reviewer), Vom Schriftgiessen (Of Typefounding). Porträt der Firma D. Stempel …
James H. Fraser (reviewer), Colin Franklin, The Ashendene Press.
William S. Brockman (reviewer), Donald C. Dickinson, Dictionary of American Book Collectors.
William S. Brockman (reviewer), Jeanne Somers, Index to “The Dolphin” and “The Fleuron”.
Chandler B. Grannis (reviewer), Matthew J. Bruccoli, The Fortunes of Mitchell Kennerley, Bookman.
J. Dustin Wees (reviewer), Gavin Bridson and Geoffrey Wakeman, Printmaking & Picture Printing: A Bibliographical Guide….
Virginia Smith (reviewer), Dale Roylance, European Graphic Arts: The Art of the Book From Gutenberg to Picasso.

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Whole Number 20 (Volume 10, No. 2) 1988

In Memoriam Stephen Harvard.
Clifford A. Harvey, Before Rosebud was a Sled: Documentation and Reprinting of Early 19th Century Commercial Wood Engravings from the GramLee Collection.
Gay Walker, Printing for the United States: Meriden Gravure and the U. S. Government.
Joseph Dunlap, Emery Walker, Oscar Wilde and May Morris, Emery Walker and “Letterpress Printing”: A Centennial Celebration.
Roderick Cave, The Stockdale Sisters Revisited: Women Printers and Editors in the West Indies. [With a rebuttal by John A. Lent]

Reviews

Joseph Dunlap (reviewer), Peter Stansky, Redesigning the World; William Morris, the 1880s, and the Arts and Crafts.

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Whole Number 21 (Volume 11, No. 1) 1989

Philip J. Weimerskirch, Lithographic Stone in America.
Irene Tichenor, Theodore De Vinne: Unlikely Leader.
Sarah Jordan Miller, Producing Documents for Congress and the Nation: Government Printing in the United States, Past and Present. PART I

Reviews

James Fraser (reviewer), William B. Todd and Ann Bowden, Tauchnitz International Editions in English 1841–1955; A Bibliographical History
Szilvia Szmuk (reviewer). How to Operate a Book. Video.

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Whole Number 22 (Volume 11, No. 2) 1989

In Memoriam Bernard Brussel-Smith. With contributions by James Fraser, Henry Pitz and Bernard Brussel-Smith
Elizabeth Harris, Press-builders in Philadelphia, 1776–1850.
Stephen O. Saxe, Ramage Proof Press.
Jennifer B. Lee, “Our Infant Manufactures”: Early Typefounding in Philadelphia.
Sarah Jordan Miller, Producing Documents for Congress and the Nation: Government Printing in the United States, Past and Present. PART II. Reviews

Reviews

Martin Hutner (reviewer), Fünf Jahrhunderte Buchillustration, Meisterwerke der Buchgrapik, aus der Bibliothek Otto Schäfer…

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Whole Number 23 (Volume 12, No. 1) 1990 [Out of Print]
[N.B. Volume 12 no. 2 appeared as Whole Number 26–27]

Sidney E. Berger, Innovation and Diversity Among the Green Family of Printers.
Susan M. Allen, The Peculiar Defense of Daniel Fowle.
Arthur W. Rushmore, When Noah Was A Pup.
Stephen O. Saxe, “Franklin” Common Press.
Roger Chartier, Histoire de l’édition française.
Frederic Brewer, Mr. Artzt’s Western Lever: A Hitherto Unreported Printing Press.

Reviews

Chandler Grannis (reviewer), Bradbury Thompson: The Art of Graphic Design.
Marvin J. Taylor (reviewer), John Feather, A Dictionary of Book History.

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Whole Number 24 (Volume 13, No. 2) 1990
[N.B. Volume 13 no. 1 appeared as Whole Number 26–27]

Hugh Amory, ‘Gods Altar Needs Not our Pollishings’: Revisiting the Bay Psalm Book.
Margaret Lane Ford, A Widow’s Work: Ann Franklin of Newport, Rhode Island.
Roderick Stinehour, Joseph Blumenthal.

Reviews

Corban Goble (reviewer), Carl Schlesinger, ed., The Biography of Ottmar Mergenthaler; A New Edition.
Alexander S. Lawson (reviewer), D.J.R. Bruckner, Frederic Goudy.

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Whole Number 25 (Volume 14, No. 1) 1991 [Out of Print]

Tom Reardon and Kent Kirby, Collotype: Prince of the Printing Processes
A Letter from Bodoni’s Widow. (Edited and translated by Philip J. Weimerskirch.)
Eleanor M. Garvey, Leaves from an Album of Printing and Graphic Arts
Stephen O. Saxe, The Goodman Common Press: The Oldest American-Made Press
Ruth Mortimer, The Bibliographical Society of America: Publishing About Printing
Erich Wronker, A Picture Portfolio of Printing Medals.

Reviews

Jerry Kelly (reviewer), Alexander S. Lawson, Anatomy of a Typeface; Printing Types: An Introduction; The Compositor as Artist, Craftsman, and Tradesman.
Herbert H. Johnson (reviewer), A Catalogue of an Exhibition of the Philip Hofer Bequest.
Paul Hayden Duensing (reviewer), Walter Wilkes, Das Schriftgeissen … Eine Dokumentation

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Whole Number 26–27 (Volume 13, No. 2 and Volume 14 no. 1) 1991–1992

Matthew Carter, Theories of Letterform Construction. Part 1.
Kay Amert, Origins of the French Old-Style: The Roman and Italic Types of Simon de Colines.
Maxwell Whiteman, The Introduction and Spread of Hebrew Type in the United States.
Alastair Johnston, ‘Guard the Mysteries! Constantly Reveal Them!’ The History of Printing as Shown in Type Specimens.
Mark Argetsinger, Adobe Garamond: A Review Jerry Kelly, Adobe Garamond: A New Adaptation of a Sixteenth-Century Type.

Reviews

John Bidwell (reviewer), Martin Hutner, The Making of the Book of Common Prayer of 1928.
Peter Van Wingen (reviewer), John Dreyfus, A Typographical Masterpiece: An Account of… the Golden Cockerel Press Edition of ‘The Four Gospels’ in 1931.

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Whole Number 28 (Volume 14, No. 2) 1992

Helena E. Wright, Dard Hunter at the Smithsonian.
Walker Rumble, A Time of Giants: Speed Composition in Nineteenth-Century America.
Robert Singerman, Naphtali Judah, New York Bookseller and Stationer.
Morton H. Baker, The Early History of the Thomas Todd Company, 1864–1924

Reviews

Jennifer E. Larson (reviewer), John Carter and Graham Pollard, An Enquiry into the Nature of Certain Nineteenth Century Pamphlets, 2d ed. with new material; Nicholas Barker and John Collins, A Sequel to an Enquiry: The Book Forgeries of H. Buxton Forman and T. J. Wise Re-examined; John Collins, The Two Forgers: A Biography of Harry Buxton Forman & Thomas James Wise.
Richard Gabriel Rummonds (reviewer), Stephen O. Saxe, American Iron Hand Presses.

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Whole Number 29 (Volume 15, No. 1) 1993

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.
Megan L. Benton, C. Volmer Nordlunde: The “Grand Old Man” of Modern Danish Printing.

Reviews

Lowell Bodger (reviewer), George Sadek and Maxim Zhukov,Typography: Polyglot. A Comparative Study in Multilingual Typesetting.
Sidney E. Berger (reviewer), William Blades, Numismata Typographica; or the Medallic History of Printing.
John Dreyfus (reviewer), John Rathé, Bibliography of the Typophile Chap Books, 1935–1992.

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Whole Number 30 (Volume 15, No. 2) 1993 [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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Whole Number 31–32 (Volume 16, No. 1 and Volume XVI no. 2) 1994

Walter Tracy, Why Egyptian? Lawrence W. Wallis, Type Designs by George W. Jones for the Linotype Machine.
Stephen O. Saxe, “A Small Old Printing Press.”
Patricia A. Cost, Linn Boyd Benton, Morris Fuller Benton, and Typemaking at ATF.
Dermot McGuinne, Victor Hammer-An Irish Connection.
Mike Parker, W. Starling Burgess, Type Designer?

Reviews

Dan Carr (reviewer), Theo Rehak, Practical Typecasting.

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

Terry Belanger, Twenty Years After.
Michael Winship, The Art Preservative: From the History of the Book Back to Printing History.
Marcus A. McCorison, John Mycall-The Ingenious Typographer of Newburyport.
W. Thomas Taylor, The Temper of the Present.

Reviews

Barbara Henry (reviewer), Maurice Annenberg, Type Foundries of America and Their Catalogs, (with additions and an introduction by Stephen O. Saxe).
Kathleen A. Walkup (reviewer), Roger Levenson, Women in Printing. Northern California, 1857–1890.

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

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. An Index to Printing History, Issues 1–32.

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Whole Number 35 (Volume 18, No. 1)

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.
Corban Goble, Rogers’s Typograph Versus Mergenthaler’s Linotype: The Push and Shove 0f Patents and Priority in the 1890s.

Reviews

Jerry Kelly (reviewer), John Dreyfus, Into Print; Selected Writings on Printing History, Typography and Book Production.

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Whole Number 36 (Volume 18, No. 2)

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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Whole Number 37 (Volume 19, No. 1)

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.

Reviews

G. Thomas Tanselle (reviewer), William Tomlinson and Richard Masters, Bookcloth 1823–1980.

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

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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Whole Number 40 (Volume 20, No. 2)

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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Whole Number 41 (Volume 21, No. 1)

Kenneth Auchincloss, The Second Revival; Fine Printing Since World War II.
Martino Mardersteig, The Cento Amici del Libro.
Carol Grossman, The Trianon Press’s William Blake’s Water-colour Designs for the Poems of Thomas Gray.
Sebastian Carter, The Rampant Lions Press-Retrospectus and Prospectus.

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Whole Number 42 (Volume 21, No. 2)

Joseph A. Dane, The Huntington Apocalypse Blockbook (Schreiber Editions IV/V) with a Note on Terminology. Kay Amert, A Renaissance Font: Paris, 1516.
Peter K. Fallon, Why the Irish Speak English: The Consequences of One Culture’s Resistance to Technological Change.
Philip J. Weimerskirch, The Rev. Abraham O. Stansbury and the Stansbury Press.
Gerald Lange, Fraternal Offspring: Matthew Carter’s Manutius/Miller.

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Whole Number 43–44 (Volume 22, No. 1 and 2)

David Pankow, Editor’s Introduction: The Rise and Fall of ATF.
Jennifer B. Lee, Introduction to the Exhibition.
Type to Print: The Book & The Type Specimen Book.
Jennifer B. Lee, editor, The Bullen Letters.

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Whole Number 45 (Volume 23, No. 1) 2003

Donald C. O’Brien, The Early Nineteenth-Century Boston Engraving Trade and the Engravers who Developed it.
J.F. Coakley, Homan Hallock, Punchcutter. Roger Stoddard, For Hugh from Roger. [Tribute for Hugh Amory]

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Whole Number 46 (Volume 23, No. 2) 2003

Robert Bringhurt, The Voice in the Mirror.
Kay Amert, Digital Comparison of Letterforms.
Frank Romano, The Phototypesetting Era.

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Whole Number 47 (Volume 24, No. 1) 2003

Peter Holliday, Edward Johnston & Robert Bridges, 1901–1926: A Phonetic Alphabet in the Half Uncial Script.
Robert D. Harlan, Seven Letters from C. H. St. John Hornby to John Henry Nash.

Reviews

Jerry Kelly (reviewer), Marianne Tidcombe, The Doves Press.

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Whole Number 48 (Volume 24, No. 2) 2005

David R. Whitesell, Thomas Jefferson and the Book Arts
Philip J. Weimerskirch, The Beginning of Color Printing in America
David A. Hanson, John Carbutt and the Woodburytype in America

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Whole Number 49 (Volume 25, No. 1) 2006

Charles Creesy, Monticello: The History of a Typeface
Amelia Hugill-Fontanel, Arts et Metiers Graphiques: The Graphic Design Magazine of the Deberny et Peignot Type Foundry
Ellen Mazur Thomson, The Graphic Forms Lectures

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Whole Number 50 (Volume 25, No. 2) 2007

NB: This issue has a numbering error on the cover. It is not Volume 26 no. 2

Helena Wright, The Future of Printing Museums
Richard Flint, ‘A Great Industrial Art’: Circus Posters, Business Risks, and the Origins of Color Letterpress Printing in America
William S. Peterson, Nineteenth-Century Revivals, Typographic and Spiritual
David Pankow, Facing the Unfolded and Visible Book of the Future

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