WBPA: Bookbuilders West / Western Book Publishers’ Association Book Show 1971

Fox, George; Radcliffe, Ashley; Wilson, Adrian. Bookbuilders West / Western Book Publishers’ Association Book Show 1971. Western Book Publishers’ Association, 1971. Unmarked. Letter Design sticker on front end page. Very Good. Hardcover. (#30633) $14.00

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Catalogs the jury choices for the Western Book Publishers’ Association (WBPA) Association 1971 book show. Designers include Clifford Burke, Ken Carlson, Dave Comstock, Audrey Meyer, Tom Suzuki, Adrian Wilson, and others.

Lain in Cranium Press list on textured card stock.

Designers. Bookbuilders West / Western Book Publishers' Association Book Show 1971

WOODWARD, D: Five Centuries of Map Printing

Woodward, David (editor). Five Centuries of Map Printing. University of Chicago Press, 1975. Unmarked text. Tear at dust jacket front flap. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#29982)

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Essays by Arthur H. Robinson, David Woodward, Coolie Verner, Walter W. Ristow, Elizabeth M. Harris, and C. Koeman. Topics include woodcut, copperplate, lithography, photography, and more. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Brings together the basic knowledge of historical techniques of map printing.

Illustrated. The Kenneth Nebenzahl, Jr., lectures in the history of cartography at the Newberry Library. 177p.

PRINTING HOUSE CRAFTSMEN: Impressions and the Pi-Box: Modern Lithography on a Four-Color Press (May 1932 Meeting)

Impressions and the Pi-Box: Modern Lithography on a Four-Color Press (May 1932 Meeting), coverEast Bay and San Francisco Clubs of Printing House Craftsmen. Impressions and the Pi-Box: Modern Lithography on a Four-Color Press (May 1932 Meeting). Traung Label and Lithograph Co., 1932. Unmarked text. Creased down middle and scrape on cover. Good. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). (#29005) $14.00

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Combined Pre-Conference Bulletins for the East Bay and San Francisco Clubs of Printing House Craftsmen, May 17 meeting. A few illustrations.

A few black and white reproductions. 20p. Measures 6×9 inches.

Inlaid 6-sided folded brochure from 1944, with a red pencil box surrounding the abstract by Maurice A. Moore on offset in Honolulu.