St Paul, MS: Blinc Publishing, 2004. 8.5 x 8.5. stiff paper wrappers. 65 pages. Hamilton began producing type in 1880 and within 20 years became the largest provider in the United States. The Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum is the only museum dedicated to the preservation, study, production and printing of wood type. With 1.5 million pieces of wood type and more than 1,000 styles and sizes of patterns, Hamilton's collection is one of... READ MORE
(Santa Cruz, CA): Quadq Press, (1983). oblong 16mo. cloth-backed paper covered boards, spine sewn in Japanese manner. (36) pages printed French fold. Limited to 100 copies printed on mouldmade Nideggen from Germany with handmade paper covered boards on cover with paper made by Peter Papermaker, Santa Cruz. The first book printed by this press. With introduction by George Kane. Printed in red, blue and black. Four page prospectus loosely inserted. READ MORE
With an introduction by Walter B. Clement and Ian L. Robertson.
Alabama: The Armstrong Press and The Slow Loris Press, 1988. oblong 4to. cloth, paper cover label. (ix), (74) pages. With an introduction by Walter B. Clement and Ian L. Robertson. Limited to 125 numbered copies. A type specimen of wood types. After a brief introduction, each page contains a different face, several printed in two colors. Where possible the types are identified by name and manufacturer. Loosely inserted in a pocket in the back are... READ MORE