INLAND PRINTERS: THE FINE-PRESS MOVEMENT IN CHICAGO, 1920-1945. Susan F. Rossen.

INLAND PRINTERS: THE FINE-PRESS MOVEMENT IN CHICAGO, 1920-1945.

  • Chicago: The Caxton Club, 2003.
  • small 4to.
  • stiff paper wrappers, smythsewn: drawn-on, hinge-scored cover; trimmed flush
  • 40 pages.
  • ISBN: 1584561017
  • ISBN: 9781584561019

Price: $15.00  other currencies

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Full color catalogue written for the Caxton Club exhibition Inland Printers: The Fine-Press Movement in Chicago, 1920-45, held at Columbia College in Chicago, January 15, 2003. Features writings of 12 Caxtonians including: John P. Chalmers, Robert A. Cotner, Kim Coventry, Celia Hilliard, Thomas J. Joyce, Arthur H. Miller, Frank J. Piehl, Susan F. Rossen, Michael Thompson, and James M. Wells. An Introductory essay written by Paul F. Gehl. Over 40 Illustrations detailing the history of the private fine-press movement in Chicago. Includes information on the Private Press of Will Ransom, the Trovillion Private Press, and the Pony Barn Press.