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Contents of Printing History (New Series)

This consolidated table of contents to Printing History New Series contains authors (or reviewers) and titles. (The consolidated table of contents for Printing History Original Series is here.) References are made to whole issue number and pages. 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.

Authors of articles are named at the beginning of each articles. Names of reviewers are noted in square brackets after the author/title of the book. Reviews signed “WP” were written by former editor William S. Peterson.

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New Series Number 1 (January 2007)

Gregory Graalfs, Photography in Reproduction: Its Role in the Settlement of California.
Kitty Maryatt, Experience Gutenberg Project: Printing Beorum II at the Scripps College Press.

Reviews

Christopher de Hamel and Joel Silver, Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered. [WP]
Irene Tichenor, No Art without Craft: The Life of Theodore Low DeVinne, Printer. [WP]
James N. Green and Peter Stallybrass, Benjamin Franklin, Printer and Writer. [Calhoun Winton]
John A. Lane, Early Type Specimens in the Plantin-Moretus Museum.[Alastair Johnston]
Lawrence Wallis, George W. Jones: Printer Laureate. [WP]
Richard Southall, Printer’s Type in the Twentieth Century: Manufacturing and Design Methods. [WP]
Jane Pomeroy, Alexander Anderson: Wood-engraver and Illustrator.[Alastair Johnston]
Ari Rafaeli, Book Typography. [WP]
Michael Mitchell and Susan Wightman, Book Typography: A Designer’s Manual. [WP]
Maureen Watry, The Vale Press: Charles Ricketts, A Publisher in Ernest.[WP]
Type and Typography: Highlights from Matrix, the Review for Printers and Bibliophiles. [WP]
Fred Smeijers, Type Now: A Manifesto, plus Work So Far. [Alastair Johnston]
John A. Lane and Robert Slimbach, Garamond Premier Pro: AContemporary Adaptation. [WP]
Reynolds Stone, The Albion Press. [WP]

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New Series Number 2 (July 2007)

Lance Hidy, Calligraphy and Letterpress in Design Education.
Matthew J. Shaw, Keeping Time in the Age of Franklin: Almanacs and the Atlantic World.

Reviews

Tyrus Harmsen and Stephen Tabor, The Plantin Press of Saul and Lillian Marks: A Bibliography. [Alastair Johnson]
Betty Bright, No Longer Innocent: Book Art in America. [WP]
Richard B. Doubleday, Jan Tschicold, Designer: The Penguin Years. [WP]<
James Mosley, Handmade Type: Thoughts on the Preservation of Typographic Materials. [Stephen O. Saxe]
Simon Loxley, Type: The Secret History of Letters. [WP]
Moira F. Harris and Leo J. Harris, Minnesota on Paper: Collecting our Printed History. [WP]
Virginia Smith, Forms in Modernism: The Unity of Typography, Architecture and the Design Arts. [WP]
Mathieu Lommen, Sem Hartz and the Making of Linotype Juliana. [WP]
Don Hauser, Printers of the Streets and the Lanes of Melbourne. [WP]
Jenny Uglo, Nature’s Engraver: A Life of Thomas Bewick. [WP]

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New Series Number 3 (January 2008)

Gabe Smedresman, Geofroy Tory’s Champ Fleury in the Context of the Renaissance Reconstruction of the Roman Capital Alphabet.
Joan Boudreau, Publishing the U.S. Exploring Expedition: The Fruits of the Glorious Enterprise.

Reviews

Scott-Martin Kosofsky, ed. The SP Century: Boston’s Society of Printers through One Hundred Years of Change. [Martin Antonetti]
Peter Holliday, Edward Johnston: Master Calligrapher. [Jerry Kelly]
Frans A Janssen. Technique and Design in the History of Printing. [Alastair Johnson]
Alice H.R.H. Beckwith, Illustrating the Good Life: The Pissarros’ Eragny Press, 1894-1914. A Catalogue of an Exhibition of Books, Prints and Drawings Related to the Work of the Press. [WP]

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New Series Number 4 (July 2008)

James Mosley, The Materials of Typefounding: A List of Surviving Collections.
Simon Loxley, Frederic Warde, Crosby Giage, and the Watch Hill Press.

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New Series Number 5 (January 2009)

H. George Fletcher, Aldus, UCLA, and Me.
Nile Green, The Development of Arabic-Script Typography in Georgian Britain.

Reviews

Christopher Burke, Active Literature: Jan Tschichold and New Typography. [Jerry Kelly]
Alan Bartram, Typeforms: A History. [Alastair Johnston]
Scott E. Casper, Jeffrey D. Groves, Stephen W. Nissenbaum, and Michael Winship, eds., A History of the Book in America (vol. 3)[Paul S. Koda]
Neil Macmillan, An A–Z of Type Designers. [WP]
Graham Hudson, The Design and Printing of Ephemera in Britain and America 1720–1890. [Alastair Johnston]
Richard Landon, Humane Letters: Bruce Rogers, Designer of Books and Artist. [WP]
Robin Dodd, From Gutenberg to Opentype: An Illustrated History of Type from the Earliest Letterforms to the Latest Digital Fonts. [WP]
John Buchanan-Brown, Early Victorian Illustrated Books: Britain, France, and Germany, 1820–1860. [WP]
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New Series Number 6 (July 2009)

Barbara Heritage, Collecting Litho Jam Jar Labels and Teaching Wood-Engraved Elephants: Rare Book School’s Printing Surfaces Collection.
Jerry Kelly, Hermann Zapf at Ninety
Richard L. Hopkins, Saving Printing History Outside the Box.

Reviews

Giancarlo Petrella, Uomini, torchi e libri nel Rinascimento. [Paul F. Gehl]
T. H. Howard-Hill, The British Book Trade, 1475–1890: A Bibliography.[WP]
Hendrik D. L. Vervliet, The Paleo-Typography of the French Renaissance: Selected Papers on Sixteenth-Century Typefaces.[Alastair Johnston]
Carl F. Kaestle and Janice A. Radway, eds., A History of the Book in America, Volume 4: Print in Motion: The Expansion of Publishing and Reading in the United States, 1880–1940. [Paul S. Koda]
Doug Clouse, MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan: Typographic Tastemakers of the Late Nineteenth Century. [Alastair Johnston]
Jerry Kelly, The First Flowering: Bruce Rogers at the Riverside Press, 1896–1912. [WP]
Elizabeth Evenden, Patents, Pictures and Patronage: John Day and the Tudor Book Trade. [WP]
Robert Oldham, A Field Guide to North American Hand Presses and Their Manufacturers. [WP]
Rob Banham and Fiona Ross, eds., Non-Latin Typefaces.[WP]
Donald Farren and August A. Imholtz, Jr., eds., The Baltimore Bibliophiles at Fifty, 1954–2004. [WP]
Margaret Willes, Reading Matters: Five Centuries of Discovering Books.[WP]

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New Series Number 7 (January 2010)

John Kristensen, The Book [Broadside, Bookplate, Business Card, and Birth Announcement] Beautiful.
David Shields, Considering Rob Roy Kelly’s American Wood Type Collection.

Reviews

Jay T. Last, The Color Explosion: Nineteenth Century American Lithography. [Alastair Johnston]
Kate van Winkle Keller, Printers of Ballads, Books, and Newspapers: Biographical Notes and Checklists for Nathaniel Coverly, Sr., Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., and Joseph White. [Paul S. Koda]
Nancy Finlay, ed. Picturing Victorian America: Prints by the Kellogg Brothers of Hartford, Connecticut, 1830–1880. [Paul S. Koda]

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New Series Number 8 (July 2010)

Susan Ashbrook, Two Portraits of Cape Cod: Amelia Watson and Clare Leighton.
Matthew McLennan Young, The Rise and Fall of the Printers’ International Specimen Exchange.
Andrew M. Stauffer, Legends of the Mummy Paper.

Reviews 

Yosef Goldman, Hebrew Printing in America 1735–1926: A History and Annotated Bibliography. [Scott-Martin Kosofsky]
Richard Benson, The Printed Picture. [Martin Antonetti]
Roberta A. Gross and Mary Kelley, eds., A History of the Book in America. Volume 2: An Extensive Republic: Print, Culture, and Society in the New Nation, 1790–1840. [Paul S. Koda]

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New Series Number 9 (January 2011)

Michael Winship, Pirates, Shipwrecks, and Comic Almanacs: Charles Ellms Packages Books in Nineteenth-Century America.
Alastair M. Johnston, A Glance at the First Century of California Printing.
Ellen Mazur Thomson, The Cornhill Booklet, 1900–1914.

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New Series Number 10 (July 2011)

William Berkson, Readability and Revival: The Case of Caslon.
Betsy Davids, From Palm Leaf to Book: A South Asia Quest.
Marvin J. Heller, Behold, You Are Beautiful, My Love: The Use of Ornamental Frames in Hebrew Incunabula.

Reviews

Michael F. Suarez, S.J., and H.R. Woudhuysen, eds. The Oxford Companion to the Book [Reviewed by Paul S. Koda]
Hendrik D.L. Vervliet, French Renaissance Printing Types: A Conspectus[Reviewed by Alastair Johnston]
Matthew McLennan Young, Field & Tuer, the Leadenhall Press [Reviewed by Alastair Johnston]
Alan Loney, The Books to Come
Martin Hopkinson, Ex Libris: The Art of Bookplates

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New Series Number 11 (January 2012)

Betty Bright, History as Fable
Gary H. Price, Spaces
Jonathan M. Yeager, Samuel Kneeland of Boston, Colonial Bookseller, Printer and Publisher of Religion

Reviews

William S. Peterson and Sylvia Holton Peterson, The Kelmscott Chaucer: A Census
Jerry Kelly, The Art of the Book in the Twentieth Century: A Study of Eleven Influential Book Designers from 1900 to 2000

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New Series Number 12 (July 2012)

Joan Boudreau, The Portable Press and Field Printing During the American Civil War.

Reviews

Martin Hopkinson, Ex Libris: The Art of Bookplates [Reviewed by Jeffrey Mifflin]
David Pearson, Books as History: The Importance of Books Beyond Their Texts [Reviewed by Jeffrey Mifflin]

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New Series Number 13 (January 2013)

David Hanson, Edaward Bierstadt, Color Photography and Color Printing
William T. La Moy, Frederic Fairchild Sherman and his Goudy Typefaces
Gwido Zlatkes, One Hundred and Twenty Thousand “Duplicator Hours”: Underground Printing in Communist Poland, 1976-1989

Reviews

Patrick Leary, The “Punch” Brotherhood: Table Talk and Print Culture in Mid-Victorian London [Reviewed by Jeffrey Mifflin]

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New Series Number 14 (July 2013)

Gary H. Price, Printing Mathematics
Mathilde Kredel Brown Swanson, Fritz Kredel: Artist, Illustrator, and Grandfather

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New Series Number 15 (January 2014)

Donald C. O’Brien, The Engravers of Philadelphia’s Port Folio Magazine
Walker Rumble, Jacobs, Dwiggins and the Short Life of Linotype Charter 

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New Series Number 16 (July 2014)

John Goree, The Woodblocks of Vesalius and the Printings: From the Renaissance to the Modern Era
Todd Samuelson, Still Life

reviews

Keri Yousi, Balzac, Grandville, and the Rise of Book Illustration [William T. La Moy] 
Frances Wood and Mark Barnard, The Diamond Sutra: The Story of the World’s Earliest Dated Printed Book [Hala Auji]

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New Series Number 17 (January 2015)

Daniel W. Bly, Who Was Paul Messerschmidt?
Marvin J. Heller, The Eagle Motif in Sixteenth- and Seventeeth-Century Hebrew Books
A Short Essay and a Letter by Christopher Morely on Publishing Matters Transcribed and Annotated William T. La Moy

reviews

Sue Rainey, Creating A World on Paper: Harry Fenn’s Career in Art. [Reviewed by Jeffrey Mifflin]

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New Series Number 18 (July 2015)

Craig Eliason, A History of the “Humanist” Type Classification
Timothy P.J. Perry, Early Depictions of the Printing Press

reviews

Kay Amert, The Scythe and the Rabbit: Simon de Colines and the Culture of the Book in Renaissance Paris  [Reviewed by Paul Gehl]

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New Series Number 19 (January 2016)

William T. La Moy, An Autographed Letter (Signed) from Frederic W. Goudy to [Alpheus] Sherwin Cody Dated 18 August 1935
William T. La Moy, Frederic W. Goudy’s Formal Tribute to Bertha M. Goudy
Elizabeth Savage, The Mystery of the “Scrappy  Fragments”: Untangling Robert Steele’s Discovery of Frisket Sheets

reviews

John Bidwell, American Paper Mills, 1690-1832: A Directory of the Paper Trade with Notes on Products, Watermarks, Distribution Methods, and Manufacturing Techniques  [Reviewed by Sydney Berger]
Frank Romano, History of the Linotype Company [Reviewed by Jeffrey Mifflin]
Richard L. Hopkins, Tolbert Lanston and the Monotype: The Origin of Digital Typsetting [Reviewed by Jeffrey Mifflin]

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New Series Number 20 (July 2016)

Donald Lankiewicz, “Mein Kampf in America: How Hitler Came to be Published in the United States”
Gordon Neavill “The Illustrated Modern Library Series”

reviews

Simon Loxley, Printer’s Devil: The Life and Work of Frederic Warde [Reviewed by Jeffrey Mifflin]
Gill Partington and Adam Symth, Ed, Book Destruction from the Medieval to the Contemporary  [Reviewed by Jeffrey Mifflin]

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