Posts Tagged ‘1949’

June 6

Academicians but rarely descend to the level of bestowing honorary degrees upon printers for their contributions to our civilization. There come to mind but a half-dozen instances when an American college or university has called to a convocation platform a craftsman representing the industry, other than a rather steady flow of newspaper and magazine publishers. [...]

April 19

“It is one of the more felicitous privileges of the bookman’s life to meet in this hall. In the sixty-odd years of the Grolier Club’s existence, it has made a distinguished name for itself as an association of book collectors and book makers. And I think it is sometimes overlooked that without book makers, that [...]