Posts Tagged ‘William Edwin Rudge’

What Typography Owes to O.A. Dickman

When any group of New York printers gathers to organize an exhibition, plan a testimonial dinner, or form still another committee, the first nominee is a tall, slim, and distinguished gentleman, complete with moustache and bow tie—O. Alfred Dickman, known to everyone as “Dick.” For over 30 years few industry affairs have been without his [...]

April 18

On April 18, 1925, a printer discussed in a radio talk the production of a book which had been printed in his plant. Normally reticent about speaking in public, William Edwin Rudge was perhaps emboldened by the fact that it was also his wedding anniversary. The Printing House of William Edwin Rudge, then located in [...]