Posts Tagged ‘John Henry Nash’

July 27

A rested and refreshed crew reported back to the San Francisco printing office of John Henry Nash on the morning of this day in 1926. Nash’s customers were informed in a notice sent out some weeks previously that, “Everybody in the shop wanted to go fishing & they all wanted to go at the same [...]

July 14

When John Henry Nash, the distinguished San Francisco printer, wrote to Bruce Rogers expressing an interest in acquiring the original matrices of Centaur type, he mentioned that their value was no doubt decreased due to their recutting as a Monotype face. Rogers replied, in part, in a letter dated on this day, 1930: “As to [...]