Posts Tagged ‘1936’

December 23

The third book produced by The Typophiles, published on this day in 1936, represented a happy occasion for all typophiles, not just the capitalized variety which has contributed so much to the literature of typography in our time. In his introduction to Diggings from Many Ampersandhogs, Paul A. Bennett, guiding star of the organization, “Why [...]

April 21

H.M. Leydenberg, Director of the New York Public Library wrote, on this day in 1936, to the printing historian and editor, John Clyde Oswald: “Let me thank you for your note of April 20th about the forlorn widow as the printer recognizes her. The question came up as a routine matter some time ago, and [...]