Posts Tagged ‘1913’

May 27

A faded statement, written in pencil on a piece of paper with the single word “Memorandums’ set in the left-hand comer in 18-point Gretchen caps, was attached to a page tom from a copy of The Inland Printer. Under the date of May 27, 1913 were the words, “Be sure the new boy sees this!” [...]

April 6

“I am in receipt of your favor of March 25 in which you make inquiry as to my connection with the Paige Type-setting and Justifying Machine.” So begins a letter written on April 6, 1913 to Messrs. Lucien Alphonse Legros and John Cameron Grant, and reprinted in their monumental work, Typographical Printing Surfaces. The writer [...]