ELECTRONIC TYPESETTING, A QUARTER CENTURY OF TECHNOLOGICAL UPHEAVAL
With a foreword by A. H. Phillips.
First edition. A paper given to a conference at the Institute of Printing. Traces the history and development of output devices, OCR scanners, text processing computers and video screens. Presentation on free endpaper "To Carl Schlesinger, In appreciation of a fellow enthusiast and researcher in the field of typesetting. Lawrence Wallis, 30 May 1989." Loosely inserted is a 12 page pamphlet entitled Taking Bearings in the New Technology by Wallis.
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THE A.E. NORDENSKIÖLD COLLECTION IN THE HELSINKI UNIVERSI...
by Mickwitz, Ann-Mari and Leena Miekkavaara
Volume one has an introduction by Esko Häkli and is an annotated catalogue of maps up to 1800. It covers atlases A-J. Volume two covers atlases K-Z. The third volume has a catalogue of books containing maps, a catalogue of maps as loose sheets and an addenda to the first two volumes. All three volumes have four color plates each. Volumes one and two show some fading to the spines, all three volumes have minor soiling to the covers. Volumes one and two have slight bumping to the head and tail of the spines.