Posts Tagged ‘1963’

November 22

The tragic death of the young 35th President of the United States on this day in Dallas in 1963 reminded printers of the statement written by Mr. Kennedy in January of that year. In it he paid tribute to the printer’s craft: “Thomas Carlyle once said that the man who invented the art of printing [...]

April 10

The imprint, “Press of A. Colish,” was for many years an indication of quality in printing far beyond the ordinary. Its proprietor, who died on this day in 1963, can well be considered one of the fine American printers of his time. Abraham Colish was introduced to the printer’s craft in the ’90′s when, in [...]