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J. Ben Lieberman papers

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Educator, editor, author, amateur printer, and proponent of the private press, J. Ben Lieberman is widely regarded as the father of the twentieth-century chappel movement in the United States.

Jay Benjamin Lieberman was born November 17, 1914, in Champaign, Illinois. Lieberman grew up in Indiana and attended Benjamin Bosse High School in Evansville. He received a B.A. with honors in political science and philosophy from the University of Illinois (1935), where he was the editor of the student newspaper, the Daily Illini. From 1935 to 1936, he did graduate work in economics, political science, and philosophy at Columbia University. Lieberman also worked for several years at the

Evansville Courier.

Commissioned in the U. S. Navy in 1942 and assigned to the Bureau of Naval Personnel, Lieberman served as director/officer-in-charge of the Informational Services Division and editor of the monthly

Navy magazine (later renamed All Hands). He also authored the Navy Editors' Manual (1945).

Having completed military service in 1946, Lieberman was next employed by Washington State University in Pullman as the director of publication. In 1948 he took a position with the

San Francisco Chronicle where he worked for five years, including a position as assistant to the general manager. During his years at the Chronicle Lieberman founded The Herity Press (1952) and received his Ph.D. in political science from Stanford University (1952).

After leaving the

Chronicle in 1953, Lieberman worked as coordinator for communication media at the Contra Costa Junior College District for two years. While working in the district he taught Journalism 21 (Introduction to Printing) at East Contra Costa Junior College (1955) and earned a secondary teaching credential for California from the University of California, Berkeley. In 1955, he joined the Stanford Research Institute (now SRI International) in Menlo Park, California.

In 1957, he founded the Moxon Chappel in San Francisco, the first of the modern chappels in the United States. Borrowing the term from early English usage, Lieberman defined a chappel as simply "a club, society or informal group of personal printers who live close enough to be able to attend meetings in each other's homes in turn."

Lieberman moved to the East Coast in 1957 and became a public relations associate for General Foods Corporation, in White Plains, New York. By the early 1960s he was a professor at the Columbia University graduate schools of journalism and business, and in 1967 he was employed by Hill and Knowlton, Inc. as senior education counselor and associate director of the education department. In 1970, he was promoted to vice president and served as associate director of the youth and education department until his retirement in 1976.

Continuing his passion in promoting the private press movement and expanding on his concepts of "simple printing," in 1959 Lieberman founded Popular Printing Inc., (incorporated in Connecticut) to promote private printing by providing simple and inexpensive printing equipment. He held several patents for simple printing devices, including the Tympan-pack printing press and the six-toggle printing press. Although the company was out of business by the end of the 1960s, Lieberman continued to promote "simple printing" through publications and by founding chappels.

During the 1960s Lieberman was instrumental in the founding of various chappels in New York, including the New York Chappel and Westchester Chappel. At the first meeting of the Westchester Chappel in 1960 he invented the "prop card," short for proprietor's card (as opposed to the press card.)

In 1973, he founded and was the first president of the American Printing History Association, receiving the fifth annual award from the association in 1980. He was also the chair of the International Goudy Centennial Committee and subsequently founded and was the first chair of the Goudy Society. He was a board member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, as well as an active member of the Typophiles, the Private Libraries Association, the Amalgamated Printers Association, the Graphic Arts Education Association, and the Type Directors Club.

Beginning in the 1970s, Lieberman also maintained a commercial press, the Myriade Press, which published books on typography and printing, such as

Typographic Variations by Hermann Zapf.

Ben Lieberman acquired the Kelmscott/Goudy Press (Albion No. 6551) from George Van Vechten, Jr., and formally inaugurated the press at his home on January 31, 1961, on the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Kelmscott Press. On June 26, 1962, at a joint chappel meeting in New York, Lieberman affixed a liberty bell to the press and declared, "As long as the private press wears liberty as her crown, the people are free."

Lieberman was the author of

Printing as a Hobby (New York: Sterling Publishing Co., Inc., 1963) and Type and Typefaces (New Rochelle, New York: The Myriade Press, 1978), which was originally published as Types of Typefaces and How to Recognize Them (1967). He also wrote numerous articles and press releases and a musical comedy, which the Westchester Junior League produced.

J. Ben Lieberman died September 19, 1984, in New Rochelle, New York, where he had made his home since 1968. Following his death, in 1986, friends of Lieberman in association with the American Printing History Association endowed the J. Ben Lieberman Memorial Lecture in his honor.

Biographical information supplied by Jethro K. Lieberman and resumes found in the collection.

Elizabeth Koller Lieberman was J. Ben Lieberman's lifelong partner in private press publishing and in the promotion of printing. She was co-proprietor of the The Herity Press and maintained with Ben Lieberman the International Register of Private Press Names.

Elizabeth Koller Lieberman was born October 10, 1914, in Champaign, Illinois. Though she and Mr. Lieberman both were born in Champaign, they first met in college. They were married on July 4, 1941.

Mrs. Lieberman worked at

Advertising Age in Chicago, Illinois, for four years after college. After marriage, she held a variety of part-time positions until her two children were raised. She then worked for several publishing houses in New York as a copy editor in the 1960s and 1970s, including Cowles and William Morrow.

Drawing from the International Register of Private Press Names that she maintained, she edited a list of press names,

The Check-Log of Private Press Names. The Myriade Press published the check-log annually beginning in 1960. She also prepared the index for the 1994 Oak Knoll reprint of Maurice Annenberg's Type Foundries of America and Their Catalogs.

Elizabeth Lieberman died in the Bronx, New York, on January 21, 2001.

Biographical information supplied by Jethro K. Lieberman and resumes found in the collection.

The J. Ben Lieberman Papers, acquired in 1998, comprise 66 linear feet of files and oversize boxes, which reflect some of the accomplishments of educator, printer, and self-described "generalist" J. Ben Lieberman and his wife Elizabeth Koller Lieberman. The collection reflects the lifelong passion of the Liebermans for popularizing personal printing and their leadership in the modern private press movement in America. Organized in twelve series, the papers document the Liebermans' personal and professional printing projects, the social and professional networks of printers and typographers, printers' chappels, type specimens, commercial type directories, and other trade ephemera. The collection is doubly rich for documenting the collaboration of printers who learned from each other and shared their expertise and enthusiasm, as well as for providing exhaustive reference files related to technical aspects of the twentieth-century printing trade.

Ranging in dates from 1902 to 1997, with the bulk of the material dated between 1945 and 1984, the files consist of a wide variety of printed material. Printed formats include magazines, newspapers, posters, prop cards (proprietor's cards), greeting cards, books, galley and page proofs, broadsides, keepsakes, invitations, menus, prospectuses, type specimen sheets, calendars, stationery, clippings, forms, manuals, catalogs, brochures, reports, announcements, book covers, and ephemera. The Liebermans received many of these printed items from proprietors as a prerequisite to registering their private press names or from commercial print-related companies.

Additionally this collection includes correspondence, photographs, negatives, contact sheets, paper samples, bills and receipts, mock-ups, notes, a design portfolio, stereotypes, electrotype plates, minutes, a corporate seal, bylaws, membership lists, applications, histories, and phonograph recordings. Other formats, such as lithographs, etchings, a charcoal drawing, and watercolors, are related to the small collection of artwork accumulated by Ben Lieberman.

Among the Liebermans' contributions to popularizing personal printing were their registry of press names, the publication of

The Check-Log of Private Press Names, the invention of the prop card (proprietor's card), and the founding of the modern chappel movement in the United States. The records track each of these contributions, providing an early proposal and bylaws for the first chappel (Moxon) founded by Lieberman in 1957, as well as copies of the published check-log.

Elizabeth Lieberman was registrar for the registry of press names and the editor of the check-log. The registry of press names generated a substantial file of private press ephemera; one of the strengths of this collection. Over twenty linear feet of examples of printing by private press proprietors, mainly in the United States, but including some examples from Great Britain, are available for research.

Publications bearing the Liebermans' private press imprints, The Herity Press and the Ioxis Division of Herity Press, both represented in the collection, were devoted to serving the personal press and chappel movements. The Herity Press produced many of their keepsakes, announcements, booklets, and other ephemera on their Kelmscott/Goudy Press (Albion No. 6551) acquired from George Van Vechten, Jr. First used by William Morris to print his Kelmscott

Chaucer, Frederick Goudy brought this press to the United States for his Village Press.

In addition to participating in many chappels, Ben Lieberman was active in numerous print-related organizations and founded several. The files chronicle Lieberman's efforts in forming the American Printing History Association and the Goudy Society, as well as his early leadership as president and chair, respectively, of these two organizations.

Ben Lieberman's passion for and advocacy of what he termed "simple printing" is obvious among records of his writing, speeches, teaching, and exhibitions. Lieberman believed that "simple printing" was not only a creative outlet as a hobby but a powerful tool for literacy and international development. In an attempt to make printing equipment and supplies universally and cheaply available, Lieberman invented several simple printing presses and founded of a company, Popular Printing, Inc., to sell printing supplies and small presses.

Noted as an authority on print and typography, Lieberman collected extensive subject files (on print and graphic arts topics), files on printers, files on type and reproduction processes, and a collection of type specimen sheets. These files and the research they represent demonstrate Lieberman's interest in the history of print, particularly technology and type design. This research informed his speeches and his writing, particularly his books,

Type and Typefaces and Printing as a Hobby. Lieberman's experiments with type design are illustrated by a mock-up for a typeface called "upstroke" that is found in the first series.

Lieberman's writing also extended to reports and articles. For example, Lieberman, considered an authority in the United States on freedom of the press, wrote the article on the subject for Encyclopedia

Americana.

The files on cold type, photo-processes and twentieth century reproduction methods (Series VIII) illustrate the services and products available during the mid to late twentieth century to practitioners of printing. The brochures, catalogs and printed material sent to Lieberman offer a snapshot of what was on the market and demonstrate many of the processes, including cold type, offset lithography, gravure and rotogravure, and screen process printing.

In the ninth series and scattered through out these papers are files which originally belonged to O. Afred Dickman, longtime advertising production manager for

The New York Herald Tribune. Many of the older type specimen catalogs and commercial type directories, as well as some of the paper samples originally belonged to Dickman. As a longtime friend and associate of Ben Lieberman, Dickman's files were absorbed into the Lieberman papers.

Detailed descriptions of the material accessible in this collection are available in series notes that begin each series in this finding aid. These notes offer a range of dates for the material in that series, describe the arrangement of the material, list the types of material found in the series, and further elaborate on the contents.

The J. Ben Lieberman Papers are a testament to most of the roles served by Lieberman, from journalist to administrator, from international development practitioner to teacher, from printer to advocate. Some aspects of his career, such as his faculty appointment at Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and his public relations work are only mentioned in the papers.

The strength of these papers is the legacy of twentieth-century personal printing movement, nurtured by Ben and Elizabeth Lieberman, and sampled for posterity in this collection.

Boxes 1-66: Shelved in ANNEX MSS record center cartons

Boxes 67-72: Shelved in SPEC MSS oversize boxes (24 inches)

Boxes 73-75: Shelved in SPEC MSS oversize boxes (32 inches)

Purchase, 1998

Processed by Ryan L. Roth and Anita A. Wellner, 2005. Encoded by Thomas Pulhamus, March 2010. Further encoding by Lauren Connolly, August 2015, and Tiffany Saulter, December 2015.

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Collection Inventory

Scope and Contents

Personal and Professional Papers consists of material that documents many of the wide range of printing activities to which the Liebermans devoted themselves. Subseries I.1. contains the files of the Liebermans' private press imprints, The Herity Press and the Ioxis Division of Herity Press, including businesses correspondence, promotional files, photographs, type specimens, and of course many of the press's publications, such as editions of

The Check-Log of Private Press Names.

Subseries I.2 consists of only three folders of material related Lieberman's commercial press, Myriade Press. The two projects represented are galley proofs and book covers for Lieberman's book,

Type and Typefaces, and copies of press parts lists that Myriade Press printed for the press equipment company, Chandler & Price.

Subseries I.3 and I.4 consist of a small sample of ephemera printed by Lieberman's children, Lina and Jethro Lieberman.

The files in subseries I.5 document the development and advocacy of "Simple Printing" a concept developed by Lieberman to serve as a teaching technique for children and adults in the United States and developing countries. Some of the project objectives included supporting literacy programs, improving of local communication media, encouraging local printing industries, and providing tools for supporting agency programs. The files include summaries of his ideas, articles and papers he wrote as an advocate of the idea, research material supporting the concept, as well as drafts of sections for a book on "simple printing." Subsequently much of the material outlined for this book was used in Lieberman's

Printing as a Hobby.

Subseries I.6 consists of the files of Popular Printing, Inc. (PoP), a company founded by Ben Lieberman with the assistance of investors in 1959. PoP was organized to provide a means for popular, simple and inexpensive printing; to design, manufacture and distribute equipment for that purpose; to constitute a source for supplies to be used with that equipment; and ultimately, to enfranchise the quality and leadership position in printing equipment and supplies for education, recreation, occupational therapy and smaller business use.

The files includes correspondence, samples of printed instructions and announcements distributed by the company, and commercial literature from Chandler & Price, who manufactured the Pilot Press, a small platen press marketed by Lieberman. Information about the Liberty Press, a simple homemade wooden hand printing press developed by Lieberman for PoP is also available.

Subseries I.7 consists of material related to written work by Ben Lieberman. Lieberman authored several books and full-length client reports, including

The Communication Approach to Technical Assistance, The Navy Editors' Manual, Types and Typefaces, and Printing as a Hobby. He also contributed to Dictionary of Political Science, professional articles on education, political science, communication, graphic arts, and public relations, as well as newspaper reporting. The subseries includes preliminary files and production material related to his book, Printing as a Hobby and drafts or printed articles he wrote.

Most of the files in subseries I.8 Exhibitions relate to Lieberman's organization of the "Chappels and Personal Printing: a Modern Folk Art, USA" in 1963. Subseries I.9 consists of two folders of material related to courses taught at East Contra Costa Junior College in 1955 and a graphic arts course for General Foods Corporation in 1958. Subseries I.10 includes prospectuses, catalogs, and book lists sent by book clubs, publishers, and antiquarian book dealers for Lieberman's consideration.

The final subseries organizes miscellaneous personal material, such as articles and notes written about Lieberman, clippings and travel brochures, photographs (including two of Richard Nixon), and a collection of artwork acquired by Lieberman. The artwork includes an original charcoal drawing of Ben Lieberman, as well as signed prints by William

Contains correspondence, hotographs, negatives, contact sheets, galley and page proofs, paper samples, keepsakes, bills and receipts, mock-ups, type specimen sheets, calendars, books, invitations, menus, book covers, stationery, articles, notes, clippings, photocopies, prospectuses, lists, tear sheets, forms, lithographs, etchings, charcoal drawing, and watercolors

5.3 linear ft

Business files, 1952-1975.
Box 1 Folder F1
Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence, bills and receipts, notes, documentation for work by Lina Lieberman (daughter) for the press

Promotional files, 1962.
Box 1 Folder F2
Scope and Contents

Promotional file for the press, simple printing, and the check log, including correspondence, two photographs: one of Lina Lieberman and other of Ben Lieberman

Publicity - "Book Collecting World", 1961-1964.
Box 1 Folder F3
Photographs - Chappel meeting at Herity, 1969.
Box 1 Folder F4
Scope and Contents

Nine photographs, some taken by Guy Dobson, includes one of Ben Lieberman.

Photograph - "The Kelmscott/Goudy Press," n.d.
Box 1 Folder F5
Scope and Contents

Includes Elizabeth and Ben Lieberman

Standard set-ups, 1961.
Box 1 Folder F6
Templates, n.d.
Box 1 Folder F7
"Upstroke" typeface, 1967 Aug.
Box 1 Folder F8
Scope and Contents

Mock-ups of the "upstroke" typeface designed by Ben Lieberman

Type sheets of letters.
Box 1 Folder F9
Type sheets of letters.
Box 1 Folder F10
Type sheets of letters.
Box 1 Folder F11
Dingbats and Borders.
Box 1 Folder F12
Local type and specimens, 1961-1963.
Box 1 Folder F13
Production mock-ups and repro sheets, n.d.
Box 1 Folder F14
Repro type, n.d.
Box 1 Folder F15
samples.
Box 1 Folder F16
samples.
Box 1 Folder F17
specimens, 1952-1965.
Box 1 Folder F18
specimens, 1953-1964.
Box 1 Folder F19
Ad cuts - identification, n.d.
Box 1 Folder F20
Correspondence, 1959-1983.
Box 1 Folder F21
Certificates, forms, announcements, labels, prospectuses, form letters, 1959-1963.
Box 1 Folder F22
Mailing list.
Box 1 Folder F23
Promotion, 1960-1976.
Box 2 Folder F24
"Geographic Listing of Private Presses in the United States", 1982.
Box 2 Folder F25
Scope and Contents

Written by Art Goldsmith

1960-1962.
Box 2 Folder F26
1963-1965.
Box 2 Folder F27
1966-1976.
Box 2 Folder F28
Stationery, n.d.
Box 2 Folder F30
Prop cards, 1963-1974.
Box 2 Folder F29
Labels, n.d.
Box 2 Folder F31
1953-1964.
Box 2 Folder F32
1965-1983.
Box 2 Folder F33
Get well greetings, 1962.
Box 2 Folder F34
Calendar pages, 1961-1982.
Box 2 Folder F35
Dinner invitations and menus, 1952-1982.
Box 2 Folder F36
Announcements, material about Herity Press, 1952-1967.
Box 2 Folder F37
Keepsakes for "Quiet Evening at the Herity Press" events, 1962-1984.
Box 2 Folder F38
"An Account of the Herity Press", 1974.
Box 2 Folder F39
"An Apology, An Explanation, and a Promise", 1964 May 10.
Box 2 Folder F40
"A Common Management Problem…," n.d.
Box 2 Folder F41
"The First Lullaby," n.d.
Box 2 Folder F42
"FWG - The Living Spirit of the Village Press", 1978.
Box 2 Folder F43
"The Kelmscott/Goudy Press at the Herity Press", 1961.
Box 2 Folder F44
"Paul Bennett: the symbolism of his last public appearance…", 1967.
Box 2 Folder F45
"Printing Redefined a help in redefining printed ephemera", 1980.
Box 2 Folder F46
"Proposal to the Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. - The Index Papers" n.d.
Box 2 Folder F47
"The Purposes of the Herity Press", 1978.
Box 2 Folder F48
"Q & A on Printing as a Modern Folk Art", 1964 Feb 28.
Box 2 Folder F49
"Seven Strategies for a Breakthrough Program in Communicating Education,", 1960 Mar.
Box 2 Folder F50
"Share your hobby and enjoy it more," n.d.
Box 2 Folder F51
"So Many", 1971.
Box 2 Folder F52
Scope and Contents

Written by Jessica Dumes Lieberman

"Three score & ten, I Run again", 1961 Jan 31.
Box 2 Folder F53
"The Typographic Taxonomy,", 1959.
Box 2 Folder F54
"Whys and Therefores of a Chappel", 1961.
Box 2 Folder F55
Keepsake bookmarks, 1961-1981.
Box 2 Folder F56
Keepsakes commemorating the capping of Kelmscott/Goudy Press, 1962.
Box 2 Folder F57
Scope and Contents

Includes keepsakes printed by other private presses

Keepsakes, 1959-1970.
Box 2 Folder F58
Announcements, invitations, changes of address, 1962-1968.
Box 2 Folder F59
Stationery printed for others, n.d.
Box 2 Folder F60
Goudy Chappel, 1965-1975.
Box 2 Folder F61
Moxon Chappel, 1957.
Box 2 Folder F62
New York Chappel, 1958-1965.
Box 2 Folder F63
Westchester Chappel, 1960-1977.
Box 2 Folder F64
Joint meetings of chappels, 1961-1968.
Box 2 Folder F65
Publications for The Goudy Society, 1962-1970.
Box 2 Folder F66
Publications for The William Morris Society, 1961.
Box 2 Folder F67
Packet for the Library of Congress, 1952-1968.
Box 3 Folder F68
Packet for the Newberry Library, 1958-1968.
Box 3 Folder F69
Miscellaneous publications, 1960-1965.
Box 3 Folder F70
Charles Shaw lectures, 1964.
Box 3 Folder F71
"The First M", 1961-1962.
Box 3 Folder F72
Publications of the Ioxis Division of Herity Press, 1959-1962.
Box 3 Folder F73
Scope and Contents

Also called Ioxis Press

Scope and Contents

Myriade, which was Lieberman's business press, published

American Metal Typefaces of the Twentieth Century by Mac McGrew, issues of The Check-log of Private Press Names, Goudy's Type Designs by Frederic Goudy, Typographic Variations by Hermann Zapf, and Lieberman's Types and Typefaces.
Correspondence and publicity, 1980-1988.
Box 3 Folder F74
Material toward Type and Typefaces, 1972.
Box 3 Folder F75
Scope and Contents

Includes galleys and book covers.

Chandler & Price New Series Presses - Myriade Press Parts Series, n.d.
Box 3 Folder F76
Announcements, ephemera, 1961-1967.
Box 3 Folder F77
Scope and Contents

Some printed as the Etaoin Shrdlu Press

Holiday greetings, invitations, stationery, and ephemera, 1960-1983.
Box 3 Folder F78
Scope and Contents

Material toward a book on "Simple Printing," 1958-1967. Most of this material relates to Lieberman's

Printing as a Hobby. Includes page proofs for some portions of Printing as a Hobby. See also subseries I.7 for the files related to Printing as a Hobby.
Basic information, 1957-1972.
Box 3 Folder F79
Summaries, 1961-1962.
Box 3 Folder F80
Articles and papers written by Lieberman, 1961-1963.
Box 3 Folder F81
Booklet, 1961-1962.
Box 3 Folder F82
Education, 1957-1983.
Box 3 Folder F83
Scope and Contents

Includes a photograph of a press, printed material, and notes

Educational media mailing lists, 1970s.
Box 3 Folder F84
Experimenters, 1964.
Box 3 Folder F85
Freinet (French), 1960.
Box 3 Folder F86
Graphic Arts Education, 1938-1970.
Box 3 Folder F87
How to do it - basic steps, n.d.
Box 3 Folder F88
International Graphic Arts Education Association - correspondence, 1962-1964.
Box 3 Folder F89
Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence, membership cards, certificates, programs, and a proposal for curricula

International Graphic Arts Education Association - printed, 1959-1964.
Box 3 Folder F90
Juvenile, n.d.
Box 3 Folder F91
Legal questions, 1960-1961.
Box 3 Folder F92
Leads, 1963-1972.
Box 3 Folder F93
Literacy - proposals by Lieberman, 1961-1962.
Box 3 Folder F94
Literacy - articles by Lieberman, 1963-1966.
Box 3 Folder F95
Literacy - development - correspondence, 1960-1964.
Box 3 Folder F96
Literacy - development - print, 1950-1966.
Box 4 Folder F97
Pre-school, 1961-1965.
Box 4 Folder F98
Reading, 1961-1964.
Box 4 Folder F99
Reading/children/learning, 1961-1974.
Box 4 Folder F100
Reading/printing, 1959-1962.
Box 4 Folder F101
The status of research on typography, 1963.
Box 4 Folder F102
Theory projects, 1961-1962.
Box 4 Folder F103
United States, 1961-1965.
Box 4 Folder F104
Uses and values, 1959.
Box 4 Folder F105
World issues - United Nations, 1956-1976.
Box 4 Folder F106
Scope and Contents

Most of this material relates to Lieberman's

Printing as a Hobby. Includes page proofs for some portions of Printing as a Hobby. See also subseries I.7 for the files related to Printing as a Hobby.
To do, n.d.
Box 4 Folder F107
Front matter, 1963.
Box 4 Folder F108
Acknowledgements, 1963.
Box 4 Folder F109
Table of contents, n.d.
Box 4 Folder F110
Part I.
Box 4 Folder F111
Appendix.
Box 4 Folder F112
Sources and credits.
Box 4 Folder F113
Art/culture.
Box 4 Folder F114
Craftsmanship.
Box 4 Folder F115
Education.
Box 4 Folder F116
Freedom of the press.
Box 4 Folder F117
Individuals.
Box 4 Folder F118
Leisure.
Box 4 Folder F119
Printing industry.
Box 4 Folder F120
Retired persons.
Box 4 Folder F121
Therapy.
Box 4 Folder F122
Visual communication.
Box 4 Folder F123
Youth.
Box 4 Folder F124
Correspondence, information about the company, 1957-1971.
Box 4 Folder F125
Scope and Contents

Includes a list of the investors in the company, Lieberman's resume, summaries of the objectives of the company, and printed material

Liberty Press, n.d.
Box 4 Folder F126
Scope and Contents

Information about this simple homemade wooden hand printing press developed by Popular Printing, Inc. and for which Lieberman held the patent.

Printed material, 1963-1967.
Box 4 Folder F127
Scope and Contents

Includes announcements, equipment descriptions, and instruction sheets for the lay of type cases, and for printing with amateur presses, such as The Liberty Press.

Envelopes and stationery, n.d.
Box 4 Folder F128
Plastic printer's tray, n.d.
Box 4 Folder F129
Scope and Contents

Chandler and Price manufactured the Pilot Press, a 6 x 10 inch platen press recommended by Lieberman in

Printing as a Hobby and in PoP literature. Myriade Press printed parts lists for Chandler.
Correspondence and price lists, 1967.
Box 4 Folder F130
Prospectuses and lists, 1966.
Box 4 Folder F131
Craftman Press, n.d.
Box 4 Folder F132
Component parts lists, 1970.
Box 4 Folder F133
Scope and Contents

New York: Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. and Oak Tree Press, Ltd., 1963.

Correspondence, 1955-1967.
Box 4 Folder F134
"Material for a comprehensive book on printing", 1953-1963.
Box 4 Folder F135
Scope and Contents

Includes notes, bibliographic and printed material

"Ammunition for Hobby", 1954-1965.
Box 4 Folder F136
Scope and Contents

Printed information and writing by Lieberman

Notes and examples, 1947-1964.
Box 4 Folder F137
"Personal Printing," n.d.
Box 4 Folder F138
Scope and Contents

Typescript and copies

"Print for Fun," n.d.
Box 4 Folder F139
Scope and Contents

Typescript and print

Mock-up pages, n.d.
Box 4 Folder F140
Prospectus, n.d.
Box 5 Folder F141
Page proofs, [1963].
Box 5 Folder F142
Material for revision - correspondence, printed, mailing lists, 1974-1981.
Box 5 Folder F143
Material for revision - catalogs, n.d.
Box 5 Folder F144
The Black Art, 1961-1963.
Box 5 Folder F145
Scope and Contents

Lieberman wrote several articles for

The Black Art, including "The Modern Chappel Movement" and "The Liberty Bell on the Kelmscott/Goudy Press." This folder includes typescripts for each of these, as well as correspondence.
"A Computerized Development Information System," International Development Review, 1964 Mar.
Box 5 Folder F146A
"A Digest History of the Prop Card", 1981, Mar 11.
Box 5 Folder F146B
"Invention of Printing", 1973 Oct 15.
Box 5 Folder F147
Scope and Contents

A photocopied typescript of "revised draft" for a possible speech

"Note to the special readers of this draft list of basic current typefaces" , 1966 Aug 10.
Box 5 Folder F148
Scope and Contents

Lieberman occasionally contributed news items to

Printing News.
Correspondence, programs, and reprints, 1858-1978.
Box 5 Folder F149
Tearsheets, 1940-1983.
Box 5 Folder F150
"Printing Offset," The Jerusalem Post, 1972 Dec 7.
Box 5 Folder F151
"Printing's Do-It-Yourselfers," Saturday Review, 1965 Oct 9.
Box 5 Folder F152
Correspondence and printed, 1963-1964.
Box 5 Folder F153
USIA waiver forms (completed by participants), 1963.
Box 5 Folder F154
Photographs for the exhibition, 1964.
Box 5 Folder F155
Scope and Contents

Negatives, contact sheets and 30 photographs of private press printers. Includes images of Elfriede Abbe (Abbe Press), Charles Klensch (Underground Press), James Eckman (Doomsday Press), Arthur McClure (Art Press), Don Drenner (Zauberberg Press)with girl scouts learning merit badge book binding, Ten Fingers Press, and unidentified printers and presses.

Herity Press contributions to exhibitions, 1958-1962.
Box 5 Folder F156
Journalism 21 - Introduction to Printing - East Contra Costa Junior College, 1955 Spring.
Box 5 Folder F157
Graphic Arts Course for General Foods Corporation, 1958 Spring.
Box 5 Folder F158
Scope and Contents

Lieberman was employed at General Foods (1957-1959) as a Public Relations Associate.

Scope and Contents

Lieberman received prospectuses, catalogs, and book lists from numerous publishers, books clubs, and antiquarian book dealers. This material was used for bibliographies on printing and book collecting.

1954-1973.
Box 5 Folder F159
1957-1984.
Box 5 Folder F160
1962-1971.
Box 5 Folder F161
Philip C. Duschnes - prospectuses and lists, 1937-1957.
Box 5 Folder F162
Publishers and book club lists and prospectuses, 1951-1975.
Box 5 Folder F163
Announcements for periodicals, 1948-1969.
Box 5 Folder F164
1939-1965.
Box 5 Folder F165
1921-1969.
Box 5 Folder F166
Articles and notes about Lieberman, 1984-1986.
Box 6 Folder F167
Original artwork acquired by Lieberman, 1926-1958.
Bonar, Floyd.
Box 6 Folder F168
Scope and Contents

Untitled printed etching of a woman gazing at stars – signed

Untitled printed etching of a still-life of fruit w/pineapple – signed

David, Ismar - Bible illustrations.
Box 5 Folder F169

13 printed pages

Rembrandt - Print of "Christ and the woman of Samaria among ruins", 1634.
Box 6 Folder F170
Sharp, William.
Box 6 Folder F171
Scope and Contents

2 Untitled lithographs (both are an image of cage with prisoner pulled by oxen) - both are signed

[Stacey-Burke].
Box 6 Folder F172
Scope and Contents

"Rosheim in Alsace" - Greeting send by Craig Champney Smith - printed etching

Stern, Alexander (Alec) - prints of etchings.
Box 6 Folder F173

"San Francisco Skyline" "Telegraph Hill from Fishermens Wharf"

Stoner, Harry, 1926.
Box 6 Folder F174
Scope and Contents

print of engraving/illustration - signed

Surendorf, Charles .
Box 6 Folder F175
Scope and Contents

Wells Fargo Building - Columbia - Edition 100 - print - signed,

Fire House #1 - Columbia - Edition 100 - print

Verniére, Jacques.
Box 6 Folder F176
Scope and Contents

"De Re Militari, 1472" - #34/50 - print of engraving

[Waller, Frank].
Box 6 Folder F177
Scope and Contents

printed proof of etching - Untitled [woman in museum]

[Unidentified artist with the initials ME].
Box 6 Folder F178
Scope and Contents

Flowers - print - #102/195

[Unidentified artist], 17 Nov 1958.
Box 6 Folder F179
Scope and Contents

"Ben Lieberman" - charcoal drawing - "Paris Vieux Colombier"

[Unidentified artist].
Box 6 Folder F180
Scope and Contents

Madonna and child on parapet - 1663 – proof/print

[Unidentified artist].
Box 6 Folder F181
Scope and Contents

"Monhegan Island" - "Christmas '33"

On the verso is written: "Best Wishes for the Xmas "Lou."

[Unidentified artist].
Box 6 Folder F182
Scope and Contents

"Paris-Notre Dame…" - watercolor

Richard Nixon, 1968.
Box 6 Folder F183
Scope and Contents

Two black and white photograph of Nixon

Photographs of unidentified persons and places, 1941-1969.
Box 6 Folder F184

11 photographs

Printed and clipped material re: Israel and Jerusalem, 1970-1980s.
Box 6 Folder F185
Printed travel information, n.d.
Box 6 Folder F186
Clippings, 1937-1982.
Box 6 Folder F187
Miscellaneous correspondence, print, and ephemera, 1957-1980.
Box 6 Folder F188

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, photographs, minutes, brochures, printed ephemera, corporate seal, posters, catalogs, announcements, magazines and journals, bylaws, membership lists, reports, applications, calendars, and phonograph recordings.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by the name of the organization. Educational institutions, museums and libraries are organized separately at the end of the series.

Scope and Contents

Ben Lieberman was not only active in many print-related organizations; he was the founder of several. He founded both the American Printing History Association and the Goudy Society. Lieberman's files reflect the beginnings of both of these organizations, including minutes for first gatherings and photographs of the incorporation signing for the Goudy Society.

Ben Lieberman served as a board member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts; consequently his files include board minutes, correspondence, as well as AIGA publications. Lieberman was also an active member of the Typophiles, the Private Libraries Association, the Amalgamated Printers Association, the William Morris Society, the Graphic Arts Education Association, and the Type Directors Club. The files related to these groups include some correspondence but predominantly printed information and ephemera. This series concludes with files of printed material and an occasional piece of correspondence related to educational institutions, libraries, and museums with which Lieberman had some connection.

5 linear ft

Advertising Typographers of America, 1942-1965.
Box 6 Folder F1
News-letter, 1933-1939.
Box 6 Folder F2
News-letter, 1940-1964.
Box 6 Folder F3
Journal, 1947-1952.
Box 6 Folder F4
Book auction, 1934-1949.
Box 6 Folder F5
Packaging exhibitions, 1957-1972.
Box 6 Folder F6
Magazine shows, clinics, 1950-1965.
Box 6 Folder F7
Fifty Books of the Year, 1926-1972.
Box 6 Folder F8
Paperbacks exhibitions, 1960-1964.
Box 6 Folder F9
Plant tours, 1953-1959.
Box 6 Folder F10
Children's Books exhibitions, 1944-1962.
Box 6 Folder F11
Books by offset, 1941-1942.
Box 6 Folder F12
British Books exhibitions, 1939-1952.
Box 6 Folder F13
Printing for Commerce exhibitions, 1934-1952.
Box 6 Folder F14
1953-1958.
Box 7 Folder F15
1959-1961.
Box 7 Folder F16
1962.
Box 7 Folder F17
1963-1964.
Box 7 Folder F18
Workshops and clinics, 1956-1970.
Box 7 Folder F19
1963.
Box 7 Folder F20
1964.
Box 7 Folder F21
1966-1980.
Box 7 Folder F22
Announcements, correspondence, etc, 1935-1969.
Box 7 Folder F23
Publications, 1936-1970.
Box 7 Folder F24
Communications, 1946-1962.
Box 7 Folder F25
Annual meeting announcements, report, 1949-1960.
Box 7 Folder F26
List of members, purpose and objectives, 1945.
Box 7 Folder F27
Catalog Omnibus, 1975-1976.
Box 7 Folder F28
Catalogs, 1962-1977.
Box 7 Folder F29
Exhibitions, previews, 1933-1977.
Box 7 Folder F30
Trade books clinics, exhibitions, 1948-1972.
Box 7 Folder F31
Textbooks, clinics, exhibitions, 1950-1959.
Box 7 Folder F32
American Management Association, 1958.
Box 7 Folder F33
American Printing Association, 1982.
Box 7 Folder F34
Founding meetings, 1972-1974.
Box 8 Folder F35
Minutes, business, 1975.
Box 8 Folder F36
Board, 1976.
Box 8 Folder F37
Bylaws, 1974.
Box 8 Folder F38
blank and certificate, 1974-1975.
Box 8 Folder F39
Completed applications.
Box 8 Folder F40
Completed applications.
Box 8 Folder F41
Completed applications.
Box 8 Folder F42
Completed applications.
Box 8 Folder F43
Membership census, 1974-1975.
Box 8 Folder F44
Charter members, 1975.
Box 8 Folder F45
Lists of officers, 1974-1976.
Box 8 Folder F46
Correspondence, etc, 1977-1983.
Box 8 Folder F47
Committees, 1974-1975.
Box 8 Folder F48
The APHA Letter, 1974-1985.
Box 8 Folder F49
Postal.
Box 8 Folder F50
Stamplates, 1975.
Box 8 Folder F51
Stationary.
Box 8 Folder F52
Publications, 1975-1983.
Box 8 Folder F53
Legal, International Revenue Service, 1975.
Box 8 Folder F54
First Annual Meeting, 1975 Jan 22.
Box 8 Folder F55
Conferences, 1977-1983.
Box 8 Folder F56
New York Chapter, 1974-1980.
Box 8 Folder F57
American Society of Industrial Designers, 1956.
Box 8 Folder F58
American Typecasting Fellowship, 1973-1984.
Box 8 Folder F59
Art Directors Club, 1949-1982.
Box 8 Folder F60
Correspondence, 1957-1965.
Box 8 Folder F61
Catalogs, 1964-1965.
Box 8 Folder F62
1935-1957.
Box 8 Folder F63
1958-1959.
Box 8 Folder F64
1960-1961.
Box 9 Folder F65
1962-1963.
Box 9 Folder F66
1964-1966 and index.
Box 9 Folder F67
Publications and announcements, 1957-1967.
Box 9 Folder F68
Publications and announcements, 1957-1967.
Box 9 Folder F69
Club of Printing Women of New York, 1965.
Box 9 Folder F70
Duodecimo Society, calendars, 1960-1965.
Box 9 Folder F71
Folio Society, 1949-1970.
Box 9 Folder F72
Gallery 303, 1962-1970.
Box 9 Folder F73
Correspondence, 1966-1972.
Box 9 Folder F74
Meetings, dinners, 1965-1970.
Box 9 Folder F75
Incorporation, 1965-1975.
Box 9 Folder F76
Scope and Contents

Includes 6 photographs of incorporation signing

Corporate seal, n.d.
Box 9 Folder F77
Unused corporate records book, n.d.
Box 9 Folder F78
Graphic Art Preparation - workshops, n.d.
Box 9 Folder F79
Graphic Arts Industry Inc., 1966-1967.
Box 9 Folder F80
Grolier Club, 1946-1971.
Box 9 Folder F81
Heritage of the Graphic Arts, 1962-1980.
Box 9 Folder F82
International Communications Association, 1975.
Box 9 Folder F83
International Small Printers Association, 1957-1962.
Box 9 Folder F84
Announcements and ephemera, 1930.
Box 9 Folder F85
The Monthly Letter, 1931-1933.
Box 9 Folder F86
Museum of Printing, 1982.
Box 9 Folder F87
National Art Education Association, 1953.
Box 9 Folder F88
New York Employing Printers Association Inc., 1937-1958.
Box 9 Folder F89
New York Printers Wall-of-Fame, 1976-1981.
Box 9 Folder F90
Overseas Press Club of America, 1972.
Box 9 Folder F91
Printing Historical Society, 1973-1974.
Box 9 Folder F92
Printing Industries of America, 1976.
Box 9 Folder F93
Printing Industries of Metropolitan New York Inc., 1963-1969.
Box 9 Folder F94
Printing Week in New York, 1942-1982.
Box 9 Folder F95
Private Libraries Association, 1957-1972.
Box 9 Folder F96
Public Relations Society of America, 1955-1976.
Box 10 Folder F97
Rounce & Coffin Club, 1956-1957.
Box 10 Folder F98
Sigma Delta Chi, 1958.
Box 10 Folder F99
Society of Publication Designers, 1971.
Box 10 Folder F100
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry, 1967.
Box 10 Folder F101
Exhibition catalogs and information, 1949-1982.
Box 10 Folder F102
Annuals, 1966-1980.
Box 10 Folder F103
Lieberman's presentation: "The Typographic Taxonomy", 1970 May 26.
Box 10 Folder F104
Typocrafters, 1969-1983.
Box 10 Folder F105
Scope and Contents

Includes a photograph of a group attending the September 1978 Typocrafters meeting in Salem, New Hampshire

Typographers Association of New York, 1971-1977.
Box 10 Folder F106
Typographic Composition Association, 1969.
Box 10 Folder F107
Scope and Contents

Includes three 33 1/3 rpm phonograph records: "The Sound of Type," (2 copies) and "The Sound of Lettering," both conceived and recorded by Tony Schwartz for the International Typographic Composition Association."

Announcements, 1944-1978.
Box 10 Folder F108
Announcements and production material, 1940-1971.
Box 10 Folder F109
Correspondence and mailing list, 1968-1980.
Box 10 Folder F110
Publications, 1949-1974.
Box 10 Folder F111
Correspondence, 1961-1969.
Box 10 Folder F112
Correspondence (British), 1961-1968.
Box 10 Folder F113
Members (U. S.), rules, 1958-1974.
Box 10 Folder F114
Minutes and publications (British), 1961-1968.
Box 10 Folder F115
News from Anywhere (U. S.), 1961-1971.
Box 10 Folder F116
Journals (British), 1961-1970.
Box 10 Folder F117
Annual reports, 1959-1969.
Box 10 Folder F118
Wynkyn de Worde Society, 1969.
Box 10 Folder F119
Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1941-1968.
Box 10 Folder F120
Club des Libraries de France, n.d.
Box 10 Folder F121
Columbia University, 1980-1981.
Box 10 Folder F122
The Cooper Union Art School, 1960.
Box 10 Folder F123
New York University, 1954-1967.
Box 10 Folder F124
Pratt Institute, 1960-1962.
Box 10 Folder F125
Rochester Institute of Technology, 1939-1983.
Box 10 Folder F126
South Dakota State University, 1965.
Box 11 Folder F127
Williams College, 1966.
Box 11 Folder F128
Yale University, n.d.
Box 11 Folder F129
Gutenberg-Museum, Mainz, Germany, 1962-1977.
Box 11 Folder F130
Klingspor-Museum, Offenbach am Main, Germany, 1961-1982.
Box 11 Folder F131
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1984.
Box 11 Folder F132
Museum of Modern Art, 1950-1969.
Box 11 Folder F133
New England Book Show, 1937-1958.
Box 11 Folder F134
New York Public Library, 1935-1958.
Box 11 Folder F135
Pierpont Morgan Library, n.d.
Box 11 Folder F136
Printers Row Printing Museum, n.d.
Box 11 Folder F137
South Street Seaport Museum, n.d.
Box 11 Folder F138
Scope and Contents

Includes two photographs of Edmund A. Stanley, Jr., Peter Stanford, and Roger Campbell

Exhibits, 1949-1970.
Box 11 Folder F139

General, 1965-1970.
Box 11 Folder F1
History - Ancient, 1947.
Box 11 Folder F2
History - Modern, 1961-1982.
Box 11 Folder F3
Proposal and bylaws, 1957.
Box 11 Folder F4
Correspondence, 1956-1981.
Box 11 Folder F5
Histories and customs, 1958-1982.
Box 11 Folder F6
Rosters, 1960-1976.
Box 10 Folder F7
1957-1959.
Box 11 Folder F8
1960-1969.
Box 11 Folder F9
1970-1979.
Box 11 Folder F10
1980-1982.
Box 11 Folder F11
n.d.
Box 11 Folder F12
Stone plate for printing, n.d.
Box 11 Folder F13
Printed, 1957-1982.
Box 11 Folder F14
Printed, 1958-1979.
Box 11 Folder F15
Packet, 1966.
Box 12 Folder F16
Member prints, 1957-1980.
Box 12 Folder F17
Member prints, 1959-1982.
Box 12 Folder F18
Correspondence, notes, etc., 1959-1978.
Box 12 Folder F19
Rosters, 1971-1980.
Box 12 Folder F20
Calendars, notes, 1963-1984.
Box 12 Folder F21
Announcements, etc., by Herity Press, 1960-1976.
Box 12 Folder F22
Announcements, 1960-1977.
Box 12 Folder F23
Print by members, 1960-1982.
Box 12 Folder F24
Correspondence, notes, etc., 1958-1965.
Box 12 Folder F25
Photographs, 1959-1961.
Box 12 Folder F26
Scope and Contents

16 photographs of members of the summer chappel encampment, including images of Ben Lieberman.

Printing by Herity Press for the chappel, 1961-1962.
Box 12 Folder F27
Announcements, rosters, etc., 1958-1963.
Box 12 Folder F28
Print by members, 1958 and n.d.
Box 12 Folder F29
Correspondence, 1962-1964.
Box 12 Folder F30
Announcements, keepsakes, 1963-1964.
Box 12 Folder F31
Calendars, 1963-1965.
Box 12 Folder F32
Photographs and correspondence, 1966-1982.
Box 12 Folder F33
Scope and Contents

3 group photographs of Goudy members, includes the Liebermans, the Wronkers, Cordes, Speckters, Haywoods, and others.

Announcements and keepsakes, 1965-1980.
Box 12 Folder F34
Rosters, 1965-1981.
Box 12 Folder F35
Calenders, 1969-1982.
Box 12 Folder F36
Correspondence, Etc, 1973-1978.
Box 12 Folder F37
Keepsakes and announcements, 1973-1974.
Box 12 Folder F38
Rosters, 1974-1977.
Box 12 Folder F39
Calenders, 1973-1978.
Box 13 Folder F40
Knickerbocker Chappel, 1962.
Box 13 Folder F41
Manhattan Chappel, 1959-1962.
Box 13 Folder F42
Long Island Chappel, 1961-1964.
Box 13 Folder F43
John Peter Zenger Chappel, 1963-1964.
Box 13 Folder F44
New Jersey Chappel, 1962-1963.
Box 13 Folder F45
Redwood Chappel, 1976-1980.
Box 13 Folder F46
Boston Chappel, 1960-1961.
Box 13 Folder F47
Cleveland Chappel, 1962-1963.
Box 13 Folder F48
Correspondence, etc., 1962-1983.
Box 13 Folder F49
Announcements and calendars, 1963-1964.
Box 13 Folder F50
Keepsakes and specimens, 1964-1972.
Box 13 Folder F51
First, 1960.
Box 13 Folder F52
Second, 1961-1962.
Box 13 Folder F53
Third, 1962-1963.
Box 13 Folder F54
Fourth, 1964.
Box 13 Folder F55
Fifth, 1965.
Box 13 Folder F56
Seventh, 1967-1968.
Box 13 Folder F57
Mechanick Exercise, 1963.
Box 13 Folder F58
National joint meetings, n.d.
Box 13 Folder F59
Scope and Contents

Arranged by location from the inquiry originated

Arizona, 1967.
Box 13 Folder F60
California, 1959-1968.
Box 13 Folder F61
Colorado, 1961-1964.
Box 13 Folder F62
Connecticut, 1959-1964.
Box 13 Folder F63
Washington, D.C., 1962.
Box 13 Folder F64
Florida, 1960-1964.
Box 13 Folder F65
Illinois, 1960-1964.
Box 13 Folder F66
Indiana, 1961-1963.
Box 13 Folder F67
Iowa, 1959.
Box 13 Folder F68
Kansas, 1963-1966.
Box 13 Folder F69
Kentucky, 1966.
Box 13 Folder F70
Maryland, 1964-1965.
Box 13 Folder F71
Massachusetts, 1963-1968.
Box 13 Folder F72
Michigan, 1961-1964.
Box 13 Folder F73
Minnesota, 1961-1966.
Box 13 Folder F74
Missouri, 1965.
Box 13 Folder F75
Nebraska, 1967.
Box 13 Folder F76
New Hampshire, 1965.
Box 13 Folder F77
New Jersey, 1960-1965.
Box 13 Folder F78
New York, 1961-1966.
Box 13 Folder F79
North Carolina, 1966.
Box 13 Folder F80
Ohio, 1963-1964.
Box 13 Folder F81
Oklahoma, 1965.
Box 13 Folder F82
Oregon, 1960.
Box 13 Folder F83
Pennsylvania, 1961-1969.
Box 13 Folder F84
Texas, 1963-1967.
Box 13 Folder F85
Vermont, 1966-1967.
Box 13 Folder F86
Virginia, 1965.
Box 13 Folder F87
Wisconsin, 1960-1967.
Box 13 Folder F88
Canada/International, 1959-1962.
Box 13 Folder F89

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, photographs, announcements, invitations, stationery, booklets, clippings, posters, broadsides, artwork, and printed ephemera

Arrangement

The series is organized in four subseries:

1) Files of private press ephemera (arranged by alphabetically by the name of the private press or individual)

2) Christmas cards from private presses (arranged chronologically)

3) Bundled Private Press Ephemera (maintained in original bundles)

4) Miscellaneous private press ephemera (journals arranged alphabetically)

Scope and Contents

Subseries IV.1 Files of Private Press Ephemera was formed largely from samples of printed work sent to the Liebermans by private press proprietors. The samples, along with a completed application and a prop card (proprietor's card) fulfilled the requirements for registering a press name and listing in The Check-Log of Private Press Names, published annually by the Liebermans.

Among the private presses represented are established presses such as Michael Tarachow's Pentagram Press, John Anderson's Pickering Press, Arthur Rushmore's Golden Hind Press, and Robert Jones's Glad Hand Press. In contrast were the presses operated by Lieberman's children, Jethro Lieberman's First-Hand Press and Lina Lieberman's Etaoin Shrdlu Press and At the Sign of the Lurking Lycopodia.

The files consist of correspondence, samples of printing by the presses, photographs, and information about the particular press. Most of the correspondence refers to the registration of a press or the duplication of a press name, but other matters includes business related to chappel meetings or events. In some cases, a longer correspondence reflects a friendship developed between Lieberman and the proprietor of a press.

The second subseries, Christmas cards from private presses, consists of Christmas cards sent to the Liebermans by private press printers. The cards, filed separated from other private press printed ephemera by Lieberman, are arranged chronologically and include an occasional photograph or a letter from the family.

The third subseries IV.3. Bundled Private Press Ephemera is a collection of bundled material from the Amalgamated Printers' Association and the National Amateur Press Association. Organized in the original mailed envelopes, some of which are marked "gleaned" or "to be gleaned," the bundles contained samples of printed private press ephemera. Member submissions were distributed regularly through a designated mailer and each piece submitted bears a membership number that identifies its printer.

Subseries IV.4. Miscellaneous private press ephemera consists of printed publications, journals, and miscellaneous ephemera from the 1950s to the 1980s. An unfoldered collection of miscellaneous printed journals, most likely gleaned from bundles distributed by the National Amateur Press Association and/or the Amalgamated Printers' Association comprise the first half of this subseries. A large sample has been grouped alphabetically, to which is appended a smaller collection of unsorted journals.

The final box of this subseries consists of miscellaneous ephemera and printed material, such as prop cards and prospectuses, as well as some general correspondence and reference material.

20.2 linear ft.

A. Colish, Inc.
Box 13
Albert, Warren.
Box 13
The Alchemical Press – Limbert, Jack L.
Box 13
Andrus, Ethel Percy.
Box 13
Ankenbrand, Frank.
Box 13
Anthology of American Poetry.
Box 13
Arellanes, Audrey.
Box 13
Arrowcraft Press, Inc. – Seymour, C. M.
Box 13
Art Studio Press.
Box 13
Ashlar Press.
Box 13
At-the-Nettles.
Box 13
The Auerhahn Press.
Box 13
The Abbe Press – Abbe, Elfriede, 1952-1963.
Box 13
The Academy Press – White, Dorothy and Henry, n.d.
Box 13
Acorn & Anchor Press – Washbish, Bruce N., 1986.
Box 13
Ad Lib Press - Oldham, Bob, n.d.
Box 13
The Adagio Press - Bahr, Leonard F., 1960-1963.
Box 13
Ajax Press - Vince, Leah, 1960.
Box 13
The Alembic Press – Stull, Dr. Daniel, 1960-1964.
Box 13
The Aliquando Press – Rueter, William, 1963-1980.
Box 13
The Allen Press – Allen, Lewis and Dorothy, 1958-1964.
Box 13
Allen, Greer, 1959.
Box 13
Scope and Contents

Includes a photograph of Greer Allen and son John, n.d.

The Allenholme Press – Isaac, Peter C. G., 1961-1962.
Box 13
The Amber Beetle Press – Whitehead, Tom, 1983.
Box 13
The Am-O-Cat Press – Hiscox, Ray.
Box 13
Ampersand Press - Wirth, Robert, 1959.
Box 13
Anchor Press – McKay, Bill, 1976.
Box 13
The Angelica Press – Grastorf, Dennis and Marilyn, 1975-1978.
Box 13
The Antique Press – Lebowitz, Morris, 1960-1984.
Box 14
Press of Valenti Angelo – Angelo, Valenti, 1960-1964.
Box 14
The Anvil Press, n.d.
Box 14
Apple Tree Press - Chase, William D., 1963.
Box 14
The Appleseed Press – Hurlburt, Allen F., 1964.
Box 14
Press of Arden Park – Westreich, Budd, 1982.
Box 14
Press d'Argent - Silver, Rollo, 1959-1962.
Box 14
The Arion Press – Hoyem, Andrew, 1984.
Box 14
The Ark Press – Taylor, Kim, 1959.
Box 14
The Art Press – McClure, Arthur, 1963-1964.
Box 14
The Art Laboratory – Wesleyan University, 1959.
Box 14
The Arundo Press – Thomas, Frederick Folger, 1959-1961.
Box 14
The Aspect Press, n.d.
Box 14
The Artichoke Press – Dobson, Stuart and Beverly, 1969-1982.
Box 14
Atelier Press - Nelson, Stan, 1980-1981.
Box 14
The Attic Press – Dow, John H., 1953-1965.
Box 14
Bacon, Thomas R.
Box 14
Baker, Richard M.
Box 14
Barron, Manuel H. – Pilot Press.
Box 14
The Battersean – Radcliffe, Howard G.
Box 14
Baughman, Dr. Roland.
Box 14
Baulette, John L.
Box 14
Beatty, Richard Whitney.
Box 14
Beitz, Les – Packsaddle Press.
Box 14
Belanger, Terry and Daniel Traister.
Box 14
Bennett, James & Co.
Box 14
Benguiat, Ed.
Box 14
Benton, George A.
Box 14
Bevier Print Shop – Bevier, Kenneth G.
Box 14
Boesen, Charles, Inc., Fine Books.
Box 14
Bonczyk, Theodore S.
Box 14
Bossler, Gary T.
Box 14
Boulette, John L.
Box 14
Boyd, Harry L.
Box 14
Bradford, Joseph.
Box 14
Brantley, Marie L.
Box 14
Bridgeport Public Library and Reading Room.
Box 14
Brobin, Noble Margaret.
Box 14
Bubb, Harry D.
Box 14
Butler, John P.
Box 14
Babcock, Ralph, 1961-1964.
Box 14
Press of the Bald Eagle – Douglas, Lester, 1949-1961.
Box 14
The Banner Press – Kunde, Robert E., 1938-1961.
Box 14
Banter University Press - Rike, George Carson, 1958-1959.
Box 14
Barber Hill Press – Parker, Mike, 1960.
Box 14
Barker, Leslie, 1944-1959.
Box 14
Baskerville Press – Lehds, Barnet, 1960.
Box 14
Baton Press – Kiernan, James J., n.d.
Box 14
The Battle Press – Leake, Lan, 1965.
Box 14
Battell, Frederic C., 1961-1962.
Box 14
Bay's Printin', n.d.
Box 14
Bayberry Hill Press – Johnson, Foster, 1959-1968.
Box 14
Bean Creek Press – Hinde, Charles H., Sr., n.d.
Box 14
The Beau Press – Bogardus, Bill, n.d.
Box 14
Beaune Press – Dickensheet, Dean W., 1963.
Box 14
The Bee and Blackthorn Press – Bone, David, 1952-1962.
Box 14
Bembo Press – Davis, Catherine B., 1960-1961.
Box 14
Ben's Press - Montgomery, R. B., 1959.
Box 14
The Best-Cellar Press - Brown, Donald and Kay, 1961-1973.
Box 14
Between-Hours Press – Grauer, Ben, 1952-1963.
Box 14
The 'Bey-'Aven Press – Libbey, David C., 1961-1963.
Box 14
The Bieler Press of Saint Paul – Lange, Gerald, 1983.
Box 14
The Birch Hill Press – Livingston, Paul V, 1959-1975.
Box 14
Bird & Bull Press – Morris, Henry, 1961-1987.
Box 14
Bird in Hand – Bradley, Bruce and Carol, 1962-1966.
Box 14
The Biscuit City Press – Gutchen, Robert M, 1977.
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The Black Cat Press – Forgue, Norman, 1938-1972.
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Black Hen Press – Bethke, Amos, 1964.
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Black Knight Press – Campbell, A. D., 1965.
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The Black Mill Press – Drewry, Yvonne, 1959.
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The Black Rock Press – Carpenter, Kenneth J., 1965.
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Black Rose Press, 1948.
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The Blackwood Press – Simpson, Edmund E., 1961-1964.
Box 14
The Blake Press – Maines, N. R., 1957-1995.
Box 14
The Blind Snail Press – Lipscomb, Beth Shaw, 1964.
Box 14
The Blossom Press – Frank, Edgar, 1961.
Box 14
The Blotter Press – Kerr, Myrtle, 1963-1964.
Box 14
The Blue "R" Press – Rosewarne, Fran and Robert V, 1960-1962.
Box 14
The Boar's Head Press – Sandford, Christopher and Lettice, n.d.
Box 14
The Book Arts Press – School of Library Service, Columbia University, 1977-1984.
Box 14
Bookhaven Press – Bohne, Pall W., n.d.
Box 14
The Bootstrap Press – Helmbold, F. Wilbur, 1960-1961.
Box 14
Bow Bells Press – Whittington, Dorothy, 1960-1963.
Box 14
Boyer, Les, 1963-1983.
Box 14
The Branding Iron Press – Vennard, Bill and Freda, 1941.
Box 14
Brann Press - Brann, Bessie Butz, 1959.
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Brayfields Press – Claus, Clyde R, n.d.
Box 14
The Briar Press - Nevin, Elizabeth, 1982-1983.
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The Brodie Printshop – Spink, Helm, 1962.
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The Brookstone Press – Beaudry, James W. and Mary L., 1976.
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The Brownstone Press – Resen, George T., 1960.
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Bud Craft Press - Mosier, U. G., 1960-1967.
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The Buffalo Head Press – Carr, James F., 1962-1963.
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Bumburg, Jay Gabriel., 1961-1962.
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The Bunglesome Press – Ash, David F., 1973-1976.
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The Bunny Press – Bonnell, Francis Earl, 1946-1964.
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Butterfield Express Press – Loomis, Noel M. and Richard B. Yale, 1962-1964.
Box 15
Buxton – International Associated Hobbies, 1960.
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Caldwell, John M.
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Campbell, Bruce.
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The Cannonade Press – Peattie, Noel.
Box 15
Carpenter, Edwin, Jr.
Box 15
Casement, Douglas – The Sparrow.
Box 15
The Claricent Press – Prowell, Clarence D.
Box 15
Clevenger, Allan – The Daily Journal.
Box 15
Cochran, Wendell A. and Betty.
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Cohen, Herman - Chiswick Book Shop.
Box 15
Cohn, Louis Henry and Marguerite A.
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Colorado State College – Greer, James B.
Box 15
Cousins, Stan.
Box 15
Cronomer Press – Myers, Irving J.
Box 15
Croom, R. S.
Box 15
Cuddington, Ray.
Box 15
The Curmudgeon Press, n.d.
Box 15
Curran, James.
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Curran, Joseph W.
Box 15
The Cameo Press – Whitmore, Alice D. and Irving C., 1941-1963.
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The Cantina Press – Phillips, William B.
Box 15
Capitol College Press – Jeffreys, Raymond J., n.d.
Box 15
The Capricorn Press - Brooks, Robert, 1959-1960.
Box 15
Scope and Contents

Includes a photograph of Robert Brooks

Caribou Press – Collins, Henry W., Jr., 1961.
Box 15
Carpetbagger Press – Liddle, Fred, 1976-1984.
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The Cartwheel Press - Remington, Roger, n.d.
Box 15
Castleman's Press - Castleman, J. Rolfe, 1946-1963.
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The Cataneo Press – Watts, Schuyler, 1961-1963.
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The Cedar Cliff Press – D'Adamo, Mary Anne and Raleigh, 1966-1981.
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Cedar Creek Press - Henry, John G., 1976.
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The Cellar Press – Finch, Lewis T., 1938.
Box 15
The Centaur Press – Agner, Dwight, 1960-1964.
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The Cerberus Head Press – Herz, Roger J., 1958-1974.
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The Chamberlain Press – Chamberlain, Sarah, n.d.
Box 15
Champoeg Press, Inc. – Abel, Richard E., 1959.
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Cherryburn Editions - Middleton, Robert, 1970.
Box 15
Scope and Contents

Includes six prints from Bewick engravings (numbered)

Cherrywood Press – Goodacre, Don, 1959.
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Chicken-Hearted Publishing Company – Kane, George and Mary, n.d.
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The Chute Hobby Press – Chute, Charlton, 1951-1963.
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The Clandestine Press – Chase, William D., 1962-1963.
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Clearview Press, n.d.
Box 15
The Private Press of Travis Cliett – Cliett, Travis, 1959-1970.
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The Clocktower Press, 1965.
Box 15
Cobblestone Press - Nolan, James R., 1977-1983.
Box 15
The Cockescraw Press – Runge, William H, 1962.
Box 15
The Cog Press – Graham, Rigby, 1959-1963.
Box 15
Scope and Contents

Includes proofs of original artwork by Graham

The Colonial Printing Company – Ferguson, Sanford B., 1961.
Box 15
The Columbine Press – Meyer, Ramon, 1963-1965.
Box 15
The Colvin Press – Colvin, Charles H., 1959-1981.
Box 15
The Commonwealth Press, 1934.
Box 15
Concord Press – Berliner, Harold A., 1970-1981.
Box 15
The Contre Coup Press – Hawley, Tim, 1981-1984.
Box 15
Coolidge Priveate Printeree – Coolidge, Jack, Jr.
Box 15
The Corpus Press – del Guadio, Joseph, 1962-1964.
Box 15
The Cot Valley Press - Addis, Jeremy, n.d.
Box 15
The Cottage Press – Keeling III, Jason Mason, 1976.
Box 15
Country Press – Hamilton, George W., 1960-1961.
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The Country Mouse Press – Whitson, Elizabeth N., 1963.
Box 15
The Cowstall Press – Shevis, William A. and Stell, 1956-1963.
Box 15
Crabb Press – Crabb, Jim, 1960-1961.
Box 15
The Crabgrass Press – Metzger, Philip L., 1959-1976.
Box 15
Crachi Press – Crachi, Rocco, 1960.
Box 15
The Cranbrook Press, 1930-1933.
Box 15
Craw Press – Craw, Janet and Jerry, 1974.
Box 15
Creasman Press – Creasman, Ralph, 1960-1963.
Box 15
The Crescent Press, 1959.
Box 15
Crosby County Secondary Boys School, 1957-1958.
Box 15
The Crowborough Private Press – Ruber, Peter A., 1961.
Box 15
The Cubicle Press – Holman, Robert, 1956-1961.
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The Cuckoo Hill Press – Chambers, David John, 1959-1964.
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The Cummington Press – Duncan, Harry and Wightman Williams, 1947-1949.
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The Cuniculus Press – Moitoret, Victor A., 1950-1962.
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Curridge Press – Chubb, Ralph, 1959-1960.
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The Curtis Publishing Company, 1959.
Box 16
The Cycling Frog Press – Antupit, Samuel N., 1961-1986.
Box 16
Dalhouse, Arthur.
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Darwin, Ian.
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David, Dorothy and Ismar.
Box 16
Dear, Robert.
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De Morrais, Gerard A.
Box 16
Dehmlow, Louis H.
Box 16
Deodene, Frank.
Box 16
Derring, Steve.
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Dmochowski, Jo and Henry.
Box 16
The Dorbern Press – Pearce, Bernard A.
Box 16
Drager, Fred L.
Box 16
Dragon Press.
Box 16
Dunker, Andrew W.
Box 16
Duquesne University Bookstore.
Box 16
Duschnes, Philip C.
Box 16
Dutton, J.
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Dartmouth Private Press – Dunbar, Joseph, 1958.
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Davis, Frank – Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, 1962-1964.
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The Daye Press - Daye, Stephen, 1957-1966.
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Day's End Press – Lambert, Herbert H., n.d.
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The Deciduous Press – Underwood, Eugene, 1980-1983.
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Del Sol Press - Streeter, David, 1972-1976.
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Dingbat Press – Broad, Charles, 1959.
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Dixey, Giles, 1959.
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Dobson, Bev, 1983.
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The Dockside Press – Ratigan, William O., n.d.
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The Dogwood Press – Taft, Elbert, 1974.
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The Dolmen Press – Kinsella, Thomas, 1960-1977.
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Domesday Press – Hornby, George and Veronica, 1938.
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The Doomsday Press – Eckman, James, 1963-1964.
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Dragon Bindery – Rasmussen, W. E. H., 1961-1962.
Box 16
The Private Press and Typefoundry of Paul Hayden Duensing – Duensing, Paul Hayden, 1963-1978.
Box 16
Scope and Contents

Includes a small typographic composing stick in an envelope

The Private Press of Emerson MacGregor Duerr - Duerr, Emerson MacGregor, 1960-1964.
Box 16
Scope and Contents

Includes 13 photographs of Duerr and others

Dun Emer Press – Miller, Liam, 1974.
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The House of Dyal – Dyal, Paul, 1963.
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The Early Morning Press – McCormic, Michael D.
Box 16
Eddy, William D.
Box 16
Eicher, Chandra.
Box 16
Eisenman, Alvin - Yale University School of Art and Architecture.
Box 16
Elmhurst College Campus Store.
Box 16
Enoch Pratt Free Library.
Box 16
Ettenberg, Eugene M.
Box 16
Ewing, Raymond P.
Box 16
Eagle Rock Press - Scheffler, John, 1959-1964.
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Easy Hill Press – Watson, William, 1944-1964.
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Eden Hill Press – Low, Joseph.
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Photograph of Joseph Low.
Box 16
El Rey Press – Redmon, Laurence E., 1960-1963.
Box 16
Elba-Dan Press – Cortez, Daniel, 1963-1964.
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The Eldnar Press – Randle, Edwin H., 1965-1966.
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Elizabeth Press, 1984.
Box 16
Elliston Press – Elliston, M. F., 1960.
Box 16
The Elmete Press – O'Casey, Ian, n.d.
Box 16
The Elston Press – Conwell, Clarke, 1902.
Box 16
Ember Press – Shearn, A. L., 1959.
Box 16
Endgrain Press – De Pol, John and Thelma, 1975-1991.
Box 16
Scope and Contents

Includes 9 photographs taken at a party at John De Pol's home

Engelke Press – Engelke, Marian, 1960-1961.
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The English Press – Greenhalgh, E., 1935.
Box 16
Equinox Cooperative Press, 1977.
Box 16
Eragny Press – Pissarro, Lucien, 1957.
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Presses Erasmus – Davidse, Jan W., 1960-1961.
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Erespin Press – Kent, Carol and Robert, 1981-1986.
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The Little Press of Este Es – Evans, John R. and Thelma, 1962-1963.
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Estepress – Tatnall, Samuel W., 1951-1958.
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Et Cetera Press – Weston, Joseph, 1963-1964.
Box 16
The Etaoin Shrdlu Press – Lieberman, Lina, 1961-1963.
Box 16
Eucalyptus Press – Keep, Rosalind, 1959.
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Excalibur Press, 1965.
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The Ex Tempore Press – Eddington, Glenn and Catherine, 1968.
Box 16
Fellows, J.
Box 16
Fern, Alan.
Box 16
Ferry, Patrick J.
Box 16
Fisher, Conrad.
Box 16
Fishman, Linda.
Box 16
The Five Drawer Press.
Box 16
Flanders.
Box 16
Fowler.
Box 16
Frasconi, Antonio.
Box 16
Fraser, Samuel E.
Box 16
Fromberg, Hazel.
Box 16
Fair Oaks Press - Chubb, Ralph N., 1924-1960.
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Field Press - Field, Jane, 1957.
Box 16
Scope and Contents

Includes photograph of Jane Field

The Finial Press – Moore, Doyle, 1960.
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Fir Breeze Printery – Yeager, Marion Jack, n.d.
Box 16
Firefly Press – Kay, Carl, 1982.
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Fireweed Press, n.d.
Box 16
First-Hand Press – Lieberman, Jethro K., 1965.
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The Press with the Flexible Voice – Orbach, Robert L., 1980-1984.
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The Florence Press – Stehn, Joseph H., 1958-1964.
Box 16
The Flying Coffin Press – Fleming, Dick, 1976.
Box 16
The Foolproof Press – von Holdt, Rick, 1982-1987.
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The Foolscap Press – Chapdu, Robert E., n.d.
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The Four Ducks Press – Jackson, Bill, 1957-1964.
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The Four Penny Press – Speckter, Penny and Martin, 1961-1977.
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The Four Winds Press – Schniewind, Henry, 1960-1968.
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The Foxhall Press – Sayle, Edward F., 1961-1964.
Box 17
Frank, Edgar, 1961-1962.
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The Fraser Press – Fraser, John G., 1961-1963.
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Fresh Egg Press – Morgan, Lloyd and Janet, n.d.
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The Friend Press – Graybill, John B., 1967.
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The Friendly Press – Church, John I. and Robert J. Larson, 1961.
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Friendship Press – Heir, Paul E., 1957.
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Frigate Press – Hustvedt, Erling, 1966.
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The Frontier Press – Barnard, William I., 1959-1964.
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The Frontier Flimsy – Torrens, Les, 1959-1960.
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Gamble, Doug.
Box 17
Garrett, W. K.
Box 17
Gaskell, Philip.
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Gibson, Mark S.
Box 17
Glaister, Geoffrey.
Box 17
Godfrey, Gilbert.
Box 17
Goldgar, Harry.
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Goodman, Eckert (Bud).
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Gottlieb, Henry and Beth.
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"Grafiks at Western" - Western Washington State College.
Box 17
Grant, Hugh J.
Box 17
Grove Press.
Box 17
Grushkin, Philip.
Box 17
Gage-Craft Press – Gage, Frederick, H., 1955-1960.
Box 17
Ye Galleon Press – Adams, Glenn C., 1954-1963.
Box 17
The Gallimaufry Press – Hammel, Ken, n.d.
Box 17
Gallinipper Press – Hunt, Stephen, 1961.
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The Gallows Hill Press – Garrett, Wendell D., 1963.
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Garage No. Three – Merkel, Fred H., 1974.
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Garage Room Press – Brandt, Irwin O., 1963.
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Garden House Press – Fenenbock, Emi, 1964.
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The Garden Press – Frey, Edward, 1953-1961.
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Garden View Press – Cushing, Frank Myrle, 1958-1964.
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The Gaudeamus Press – Bretz, Robert and Linda, 1962-1965.
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The Gauntlet Press – Outram, Richard and Barbara, 1960-1965.
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The Gehenna Press - Baskin, Leonard, n.d.
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Geringer, Lauren, 1973-1984.
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The Giles Press – Cassie, David G., 1971.
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Ginn and Company - Cayne, Bernard S., 1960.
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Girs Press – Girs, Anatol, 1970.
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Glad Hand Press – Jones, Robert M., 1958-1981.
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The Gladsome Press – Spencer, Leonard and Alnora, 1972.
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The Gogmagog Press – Cox, Morris, 1963.
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Press of the Golden Bib – Goldsmith, Jr., Arthur, 1962-1968.
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Golden Colts Press– Osborne, Lew, 1961.
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The Golden Flywheel Press – Weston, Franklin A., 1961.
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The Golden Head Press, Ltd., 1959.
Box 17
The Golden Hind Press – Rushmore, Arthur W. and Edna, 1941-1964.
Box 17
The Golden Hours Press – Sanford, Christopher and Francis J. Newbury, 1932.
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The Golden Key Press – Fleming, Kathi and Don, n.d.
Box 17
The Golden Lily Press – Goldstein, Harry A., 1960-1964.
Box 17
The Golden Sun Press – Doolittle, James L. and Helen, 1956-1960.
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Press of the Golden Unicorn – Williams, Fred C., n.d.
Box 17
Gopher Gulch Gazette, 1955-1959.
Box 17
The Grace Hoper Press – Grover, Sherwood and Katharine, 1958-1963.
Box 17
Scope and Contents

Includes a photograph of Sherwood Grover

The Graham Press – Graham, Arthur, 1963-1964.
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Grass Roots Press – Boerner, Steve, 1983-1984.
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Grassy Sprain Press – Milne, Robert, 1962-1964.
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Gravesend Press, 1957-1967.
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The Great Primer Private Press – Sitterley, Eugene Fletcher, 1962-1963.
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Green, Remy, 1962-1985.
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The Green Button Press – Sweeting, Derick, 1965.
Box 17
The Greenwood Press – Stauffacher, Jack W., 1983.
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Greer Graphics – Greer, David F. and William M., 1976-1986.
Box 17
The Grey Goose Press – Kane, M. L., 1961-1964.
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The Griddle Press – Wesson, Sheldon, 1958-1976.
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The Press of Grim Reaper – Kent, Zachary, 1985-1986.
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The Grimalkin Press -- Carroll, John S., 1957-1982.
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Grinnin' Barrett – Barrett, John S., 1973.
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The Gryphon Press – Chisolm, Andrew and Conny, 1960-1961.
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The Gulliver Press – Sewell, William C., 1960-1962.
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Halbert, Robert.
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Hall, Kenny.
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Hand & Quill.
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Hand Fed Hard Times Hallelujah Press – Newcom, Barney.
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Harnish, Herb.
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Harrigan, Richard V.
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Hawkes, John.
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Heffer, W. and Sons, Ltd.
Box 17
Heite, Ned.
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Herman, J. J.
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Hettman, Hans W.
Box 17
Hines, Laurence.
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Hitchman, Robert.
Box 17
Hodges, Arthur W.
Box 17
Hoffman, Richard J.
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Hogarth, William.
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Holman, L. Bruce.
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Holsy Press.
Box 17
Home Shop Printers.
Box 17
Houlihan, Philomena C. .
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Howard, John W.
Box 17
Howell, Douglass.
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Hutchinson, Esther.
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The Half-Folio Press – Fitch, Don, 1961-1963.
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The half Seas Press – Nixon, J., 1961.
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*Halcyon Press - see Little Poor Richard Press.
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The Hamilton Press – Abrams, Ray H., 1952-1962.
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Hammer Creek Press – Fass, John F., 1926-1962.
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The Hand Press - Antonucci, Emil, 1957.
Box 18
Scope and Contents

Includes a photograph of Antonucci

The Hand and Flower Press, 1951-1956.
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The Hand-me-down Press – Barrett, P. J., 1977-1978.
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The Hand Set Press – Matheny, Bob and Norene, 1959.
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The Handcraft Press – Hoggard, N. F., 1958-1962.
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The Personal Press of Jno Hanna and Sons – Hanna, John, 1961.
Box 18
The Private Press of Gary Hantke – Hantke, Gary, 1972-1975.
Box 18
The Happy Hollow Press – Murtland, William O. and Jeanne N., 1966.
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The Happy Hound Press – Duncan, Dave and Jo Anne, n.d.
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Harbinger Press – Franklin, Barbara and Herbert, 1964.
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*Harbor Press – see Hammer Creek Press.
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The Hart Press – Sim, Joseph William, 1957-1961.
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Hartmus Handpress – Moreno, Ralph and Catherine, 1959-1969.
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Hatrack Press – Green, Ralph, 1955.
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The Hawkshead Press – Colombo, John Robert, 1958-1961.
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The Hayloft Press – Nuese, Robert, 1959-1963.
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1946-1979.
Box 18
Scope and Contents

Includes a photograph of William Haywood

1980-1995.
Box 18
Ye Olde Heathercourte Presse – Williams, Bert, n.d.
Box 18
The Heave-Ho Press – Culver, Jay and Agnes, 1972-1974.
Box 18
The Hell Box - Connell, Martin and Vivienne, 1937-1973.
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Herbie's Hobby Print Shoppe – Ahrendt, Herbie, n.d.
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Hermit's Hollow Press – Woodruff, Miriam, 1958-1964.
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Hickory House – Hirschman, Lofi and Stephen, 1963-1964.
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High Acres Press – Horine, Emmet Field, 1961-1963.
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High Country Press – Coppin, Bob and Sylvia, 1961-1964.
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The Printing Office at High Loft - Heckscher, August, 1979-1980.
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Hill & Dale Press – Hopkins, Richard L., 1963-1980.
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The Hillside Press, 1963.
Box 18
Hilltop Hobbies Press - Pfeiffer, George and Louise, 1957-1963.
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The Press of the Hippogryph – Archer, H. Richard, 1959-1967.
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Hobby Print Shop – Hiscox, Ray, 1960-1962.
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Hoboe Press – Lester, Henry M, 1961-1964.
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The Hodge Podge Press – Broad, David S., 1964.
Box 18
The Private Press of Hodson House – Hodson, Robert J., 1960-1964.
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The Homewood Press – Warner, David.
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Hoosier House Press – Chapman, Edward C., 1960-1961.
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The Hoot Owl Press – Pittaro, Ernest M., 1946-1964.
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The Hornstone Press - Long, Howard R. and Francis D. Modlin, 1959.
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Horsley's Green School, 1956-1959.
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Hoskins, Sydney, 1961.
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House of Type – Botterill, Guy, 1983-1985.
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The Huckleberry Press – Doughton, Kay V., n.d.
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The Hudson Press – Hudson, William N., 1964.
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The Private Press of Howard Hughes – Hughes, Howard, 1960.
Box 18
Humbug Gulch Press – Turner, Don, 1967.
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Hyco Press – Stephens, Erwin D., 1957-1960.
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The Ideal Press – Davis, Edward J., Jr. and Davis, Edward J., Sr., 1960.
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The Imp Press – Wright, Bill George, 1959-1964.
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Imprint Press – Stahl, Richard, 1960-1961.
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Private Press of the Indiana Kid - Weygand, James Lamar, 1957-1964.
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The Indigo Press – Moran, Thomas J., 1959.
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The Ink-Ball Press – Rollins, George E., 1964.
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The Inkwell Press – Torre, Vincent, 1960-1965.
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Innominate Press – Lewis, Belle and Blaine, 1973.
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The Intermittent Press – Hatcher, Jack and Evelyn, 1950-1964.
Box 19
International Printing Museum, 1991.
Box 19
In-Time Press – Borden, John W., 1974.
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Press of the Iron Horse – Petrocelli, Frank, 1965-1990.
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*The Ronald Ishill Press – see Oriole Press.
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Ives Street Press, 1982-1984.
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The Jen Press – Newman, J. Ed.
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Jonah, David A.
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Johnson, Erik and Evelyn.
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Johnson, John B.
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Janlyn Private Press – Hurdis, John, 1959-1961.
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Jayhawk Press – McClure, Kirk, n.d.
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Jolly Roger Press – Ralphe, Roger, 1960-1961.
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The Jonathan Edwards College Press – Libby, David A., 1964.
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The Juniper Press – Cade, Philip J., 1986.
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Junto – Goodman, Julius Jr., 1960-1963.
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Kahn, David.
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Kandell, Sydelle T.
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Kansas State Teachers College.
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Kappa Pi - The Sketch Book of Kappa Pi.
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Keim, Eileen.
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Kendall, Wally.
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Kent, Carol.
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The Kerlan Collection.
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Kipp, David V.
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Klein, Elaine.
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Klenk, Richard.
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Kleihauer.
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Klumpp, Emil.
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Knightly, Merton.
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Kobel, W. H.
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Koch, Rudolf.
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Kommer, Jason.
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Koppel, Virginia.
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Kottmeier, Patricia.
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Kowal, C.
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Kretsinger, Ann and John.
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Kroeger, Stan.
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Kuhler, Charles D.
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Kallistos Press – Kristensen, John, 1984.
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Karuba Press – Jung, Theodor, 1958-1964.
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The Katydid Press – Lehman, John, 1958-1964.
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The Keepsake Press – Lewis, Roy, 1959-1983.
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Kelly Winterton Press – Kelly, Jerry, 1982-1983.
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The Kennel Press – Laurie, John, 1959-1962.
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Ken's Old-Fashioned Printing – Wojtas, Ken, 1985.
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Kent, Norman, 1955-1961.
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Kenwood Private Press – Noonan, Bill, n.d.
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Kerr Press - Kerr, Harrison C., 1964.
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The Private Press of Harry Kikendall - Kikendall, Harry, n.d.
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The Kindle Press – Davenport, John.
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The King and Queen Press - Servies, James A., 1962-1963.
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Kirklynn's Press, n.d.
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The Kit-Cat Press - Hardacre, Kenneth, 1959-1974.
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The Kitchen Press – Butt, Elizabeth, 1957-1963.
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Kitchen Table Press – Kemp, Charles, Jr, 1973-1975.
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Kitemaug Press – Anderson, Frank J., 1964-1976.
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Knerr, Vic, 1958-1966.
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Krona Press – Londgren, Richard E., n.d.
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Langridge, May.
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Larsen, Arnold.
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Lasef Press - Stolfo, Leonard A.
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Lasky, J. S.
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Lawson, Alexander S.
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Leyes, Harold.
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Lhotka, John F., Jr.
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Liberty Tree Press.
Box 19
Limbach, Russell T.
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Lindgren, Henry Clay.
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The Log of Good Fortune – L'Abbe, Earl R.
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Logan, Herschel C.
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Long, Walter.
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Loomis House Press.
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Los Angeles Public Library.
Box 19
Lubko, Les.
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Lufkin, Ray.
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Lustig, Theodore.
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Lycanthrope Press.
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The Lanius Press – Metzger, Philip A., 1976.
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Lankes Memorial Press – Lankes, J. B., 1960-1964.
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Lantern Press – Masson, Carl, 1944-1982.
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Lantern Yard Press, 1962.
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The Laughing Gull Press – Fortier, Norman, 1961-1963.
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The Laureate Press – White, Jack, 1966.
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The Laverock Press – Bain, Iain S., 1960-1961.
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The Lead Balloon – Clarke, Dorothy and Gordon, 1953.
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Leewood Press – Lee, Arthur B., 1960-1964.
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The Liberty Press, 1974.
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The Press of the Licorice Cat – McGrew, Mac, 1981-1990.
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Includes a photograph of McGrew and Ernest Lindner

The Lighthouse Press, n.d.
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The Lilliput Press – Rappaport, George, 1961.
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Lime Rock Press, Inc. – Seymour, Jr., W. N., 1984.
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The Little Press – McCrea, James and Ruth, 1955-1964.
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The Little Beaver Press – Cory, Luke D., 1960-1962.
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Sign of the Little Papoose – Wiley, Charles L., n.d.
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Little Per Cent Press– Cheever, David, 1962.
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The Little Pica Press – Sullivan, John, 1963-1973.
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Little Poor Richard Press – MacMakin, Bob, 1957-1962.
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Scope and Contents

Also includes Halcyon Press

The Little Red Hen - Abbe, Dorothy, 1955.
Box 20
The Lkw Press at the Sign of the Bloody Thumb - McDonald, Thomas W., 1982-1989.
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Lodestar Press - Calmenson, George.
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Log Cabin Press - Phillips, Michael J., 1974.
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Long Brook Press - Zimmerman, I. J., 1960-1963.
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Loujon Press -- Webb, Jon Edgar, 1961.
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The [Elijah] Lovejoy Press – Polster, Nathaniel, 1976.
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The Loyalsock Creek Press - Taylor, Barnard, 1960-1962.
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The Lucubratory Press - Kirkendall, Harry W., 1960-1963.
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At the Sign of the Lurking Lycopodia - Lieberman, Lina and Carol Schott, 1965.
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The Lyndon Press - Bey, Don Lyndon, 1960.
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Macy, Helen.
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Mahon, Robert.
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Malkin, Mary Ann.
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Malt, Howard.
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Mann, Monroe Yale.
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Marietta College Library.
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The Marlborough College Press.
Box 20
Mathewson. D. Bruce.
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Megginson, Joyce.
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Mermelstein, Neil.
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Merrill, Arthur and Elsie.
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Michigan, University of, Library.
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Miller, Robert Ryal.
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Monahon, Robert.
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Morrison, Robert.
Box 20
Mosley, James.
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Mount Union College.
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MacDonald, John.
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McCormic, James A.
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McCoy, Bruce K.
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McCready's Printing Company.
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McGregor Magazine Agency, Inc.
Box 20
McKay, George.
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The Magee Press – Magee, B. W., 1963.
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The Magpie Press – Taylor, Margaret Gustafson, 1963-1966.
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Mahdeen Press – Needham, Richard M., 1961.
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The Maledictions Press – Worley, Lillian and Parker, 1962-1990.
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The Mandrill Press – Haven, Kathleen and Martin Levitt, 1959.
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Mantissa Press – Dewhirst, F. S. and E. W., n.d.
Box 20
The Marble Hill Press – Sas, George W., 1962-1963.
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Mardale Press – Whittaker, Kenneth, n.d.
Box 20
The Private and Non-commercial Press of Wallace E. Martin – Martin, Wallace, 1973-1979.
Box 20
The Marvell Press – Hartley, George, 1959.
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John Mason, 1959-1962.
Box 20
Maverick Press - Emmons, Earl H., 1937-1960.
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The Mayflower Press – Parry, Jay C., 1959-1963.
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The MBL Press – Murphy, Robert L., 1973-1976.
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The Meadowlark Press – Corley, Wayne E., n.d.
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Mentor Press – John C. Pace Library, 1984.
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The Meridian Press – Badenhop, Alfred and Patty, 1957-1984.
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The Merle Press – Mercer, T. Stanley, n.d.
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The Mermaid Press - Johnson, Fridolf, 1957-1965.
Box 20
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Includes a photograph of Fridolf Johnson

The Merrythought Press – Mountford, John and Philip, 1959-1967.
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The Middlecourt Press – Robert, Joseph C., 1959.
Box 20
Midnight Press - Warhaftig, Irving, 1960-1961.
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The Midnight Press – Speer, Hal, 1962.
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The Midnight Press of Akron, Ohio - Long, Walter, 1978-1980.
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The Midnight Oil Press – Faust, Harold, 1959-1962.
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La Presse Militaire – Granger, Gary L., 1963-1964.
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The Millview Press – O'Connor, Mike, n.d.
Box 20
Miniature Folio of Private Presses – Ryder, John, 1959-1962.
Box 20
The Press of the Minotaur – Hussey, S. E. and Earl Foster Myers, 1962-1963.
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The Mistel Press – Cobb, Charles M., 1963.
Box 20
Mockingbird Press – Renault, Dennis, 1985.
Box 20
The Molehill Press – Averill, John, 1955-1959.
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The Monastine Press – Laube, Clifford J., 1938-1952.
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Monogram Press – Ayres, William R., 1959-1960.
Box 20
Morgan Press – Morgan, Willard D., 1959-1967.
Box 20
Scope and Contents

Includes a photograph of Willard Morgan

Morgan Press West – Morgan, Janet and Lloyd, 1963-1964.
Box 20
Morning Star Press, 1966.
Box 20
The Motte Press - Moore, R. Peter, 1960.
Box 20
Mountain House Press – Hunter, Dard, 1963.
Box 20
Mt. Tam Press – Craemer, Jeff, 1982.
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Multiversity Press,, 1965.
Box 20
Mundivagant Press – Mooney, William, 1959-1961.
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The Mustard Seed Press – Walley, Bruce, 1968.
Box 20
The Myriad Press – Johnson, Frank, 1959.
Box 20
The Public Library of Newark, New Jersey.
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The Nine Patch Press.
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University of North Carolina Library.
Box 20
The Narcissus Press – Berger, Arthur Asa, 1957-1963.
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The Nautilus Press, 1966.
Box 20
The Needleman's Press – Needleman, Sylvia and Hy, 1970-1972.
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Nelson's Eagle Press – Nelson, William F., 1959.
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At-the-Nettles – Mistler, Ralph N., 1962-1963.
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The New Bottles Press – Batcheler, Wayne, 1987.
Box 20
New Penn Press - Barancik, Robert, 1983.
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The Nichols Press – Nichols, Dwight, 1960-1963.
Box 20
The Press of the Nightowl – Agner, Dwight E., 1966-1968.
Box 20
Nobel Press - Symonds, James, 1964.
Box 20
Nonesuch Press – Meynell, Sir Francis, 1931-1965.
Box 20
The Nonpareil Press – Stack, Edward M., 1960.
Box 21
Northland Press, 1964.
Box 21
Norton Press – Norton, David M., 1946-1981.
Box 21
Scope and Contents

Includes original signed and numbered prints by Norton

The Nova Press – Barlow, Jr., William P, 1957.
Box 21
The Now and Then Press – Campbell, Charles, 1959-1962.
Box 21
Olds, Jessie G.
Box 21
Oliver, Horace G.
Box 21
Olson, Richard D.
Box 21
Orangerie Press – California State University.
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Ye Olde Printery.
Box 21
The Oak Park Press – Yarnell, Jim, n.d.
Box 21
The Oakwood Press – Cole, Edward H., 1944-1963.
Box 21
Scope and Contents

Includes four photographs

The Occasional Press – Pearce, William R., 1963.
Box 21
The October Press – Osborne, Lewis, 1975.
Box 21
The Odd Bodkin Press – Hirschman, Lofi and Steve, 1963-1964.
Box 21
The Offhand Press – Shaw, Charles B., 1959-1963.
Box 21
The Ogham Press, - Tompkins, Willis W., 1957-1964.
Box 21
The Old Country Road Press - Bacon, Harold, n.d.
Box 21
Old Harbor Press – Calvin, Jack and Margaret, 1984.
Box 21
The Old Shed Press – Thiele, Robert, 1958-1959.
Box 21
Oldstyle Press – Freese, Robert, 1966-1968.
Box 21
Old-Time Printing – Roberts, J. W., n.d.
Box 21
W. E. Olivers' Partnership, 1958-1961.
Box 21
The Omega Press – Minas, J. Sayer, 1961-1966.
Box 21
Omlette Press – Gillespie, Faith and Mary Jo Majors, 1984.
Box 21
One Arm Bandit Press – Santer, Mack O., 1965.
Box 21
100 Proof Press – Harris, Stan, n.d.
Box 21
The Organ Case Press – Jenkins, James A., 1970-1971.
Box 21
The Oriole Press – Ishill, Joseph, 1958-1965.
Box 21
Scope and Contents

Two folders of samples

The Orion Press – Stump, Ron, 1969.
Box 21
The Osborne Press – Osborne, Lewis, 1957-1972.
Box 21
Ostergaard Press – Ostergaard, Brauner and Alexia, 1958.
Box 21
The Ounou Press – Antos, George, 1960-1963.
Box 21
Out of Hand Press, 1973.
Box 21
Out of Sorts Press & Letter Foundery – Taylor, E. H., 1973-1984.
Box 21
The Overbrook Press – Altschul, Frank, 1940-1981.
Box 21
Overtime Press – Weaver, H. S., 1966.
Box 21
Panurgia – Dixey, Harold Giles.
Box 21
Pardoe, F. E.
Box 21
Parkhurst, Eleanor.
Box 21
Parr, Phil.
Box 21
Peavy, Asa.
Box 21
Peck, Elaine.
Box 21
Pildic.
Box 21
The Playboy Press.
Box 21
Player, Charles A.
Box 21
The Portage Press.
Box 21
Priebe, Joe.
Box 21
Providence Public Library.
Box 21
Prowell, Clarence.
Box 21
Purdy, C. G.
Box 21
Packet Press – Shaub, Paul, 1960-1963.
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Paisano Press – Parker, Horace, 1960-1963.
Box 21
Palmstrom Press – Palmstrom, William, 1963-1964.
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The Paltry Press – Shaw, John M., 1963.
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Pandanus Press – Dettman, Preston H., 1960.
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The Pantry Press – Humfleet, Betty, 1959-1964.
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Paradiset Hand Press – Fagerburg, Dorothy, 1962-1964.
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Paradox Press – Callas, James and Evelyn, n.d.
Box 21
The Parlour Press – Webb, Eric, 1956-1962.
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Parnassus Press – Kenney, Harry E., n.d.
Box 21
The Parson's Printery – Anderson, William G., 1962-1964.
Box 21
The Pasquinade Press – Margo, Don, n.d.
Box 21
The Parvus Press – Compton, Fred H., 1960-1964.
Box 21
Pastime Printer - Thorniley, William O., 1947-1960.
Box 21
Pastime Printery – Schumaker, Bernard, 1956-1963.
Box 21
Past Times Press - Weiss, Harry B., 1960.
Box 21
The Paxton Press – Hubbard, Fred C., 1949.
Box 21
The Pea Vine Press, 1966.
Box 21
The Peacock Press, 1964.
Box 21
Pearce Press – Pearce, William R., 1962-1965.
Box 21
The Pearson Street Press – Albert, Howard I., 1951-1963.
Box 22
The Pease Press – Pease, William A. and Lydia, 1962.
Box 22
Peat's Press – Peat, David W., 1984.
Box 22
At the Sign of the Pen and Press – Margo, Egdon H., 1961-1963.
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Pendragon Press – Churchman, David C., 1964.
Box 22
The Pendulum Press – White, Henry B., 1959-1968.
Box 22
The Sign of the Penitent Dunce - Robert, Joseph C., 1956-1963.
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Pennian Private Press – Weiser, Ken, n.d.
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Pennyroyal Press, n.d.
Box 22
Pentagram Press, - Tarachow, Michael, 1980-1982.
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The Penury Press – Hookway, William, 1961-1964.
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The Peppercorn Press – Morgan, Arthur and Muriel, 1962-1964.
Box 22
The Pequod Press – Ruyle, John, 1985.
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The Peregrine Press – Evans, Henry, 1955-1961.
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The Permanent Press – Floyd, Picot and Mary, 1973-1977.
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The Permutation Press – Harvey, Clifford A., 1978-1982.
Box 22
Peter Pauper Press – Beilenson, Peter and Edna, 1962.
Box 22
The Pfuster and Tinker Press – Mahoney, J. Carroll, 1957-1983.
Box 22
The Philter Press – Quyle, Katherine, 1961-1968.
Box 22
Scope and Contents

Two folders of samples and correspondence

Phoenix Press – Clement, John, 1937-1940.
Box 22
The Piccolo Press – Craig, John, 1958-1962.
Box 22
Pickering Press – Anderson, John, 1983.
Box 22
Pie in the Sky Press – Boyett, Laurie and Ted, 1976.
Box 22
Pied Pauper Press, 1984.
Box 22
Pied Pica Press – Oshlag, Dorothy, 1963.
Box 22
Pied Piper Press – Jorgenson, Robert, 1959.
Box 22
The Pigeonhole Press – Dilley, Ray, 1959.
Box 22
Pigtail Press – Quyle, Katherine, 1962-1965.
Box 22
Pilgrim Way – Johnston, Elder James E., 1957-1959.
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Pillbox Private Press – Grady, Milton R., 1959-1963.
Box 22
The Pilot Press – Greer, David F., 1982-1984.
Box 22
Pin Oak Press – Merck, 1971-1972.
Box 22
The Pinch-Penny Press – Storer, Guy B., n.d.
Box 22
The Pine Tree Press – Witter, Robin A, 1967-1975.
Box 22
The Pioneer Press, n.d.
Box 22
The Piper's Press – Hoehn, Doris and Harry, 1963-1968.
Box 22
The Pipsqueak Press – Krause, Jean and Joe, 1963.
Box 22
Plain Wrapper Press – Rummonds, Richard-Gabriel, 1974.
Box 22
The Plane Tree Press – Granger, Gary, n.d.
Box 22
The Plane Tree Press – Schutz, Gloria and Robert, n.d.
Box 22
The Platen Press – Freedman, Ted, 1944-1962.
Box 22
The Plover Press – Bohne, Pall W., 1963.
Box 22
P'Nye Press – Postman, Frederica, 1976.
Box 22
Polidiom Press – West, Elizabeth, 1960.
Box 22
The Polka Dot Press – Simpson, Violet Marr, 1959.
Box 22
The Pondside Press – Diamant, Joan and Linc, 1971.
Box 22
The Pony X Press – Bush, Charles L., 1980-1987.
Box 22
The Poor Richard Press – Goodman, Jr., Julius, 1960-1976.
Box 22
Poorhouse Press – Connolly, Robert B., 1960.
Box 22
The Pop-Over Press – Miller, Matthew, 1968.
Box 22
The Porcupine Press – Neals, Walter, 1957-1964.
Box 22
The Post Press - Carothers, Martha, 1984.
Box 22
The Postern Press – Spear, Frank E., 1961-1964.
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Potluck Press – Ober, Charles J., 1964.
Box 23
Potpourri – Miller, Guy, 1949-1961.
Box 23
Poverty Press – Starkweather, Ralph, 1963.
Box 23
Powers Private Press – Powers, Edith and Frank, 1955-1975.
Box 23
The Pragmatic Press – Mack, Albert J., 1981-1982.
Box 23
The Prairie Press – Coleman, Carroll, 1939-1961.
Box 23
The Pray Curser Press – Bergdoll, Erwin R., 1976.
Box 23
Pride's Press – Pride, Earl B., 1960-1961.
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The Primitive Press – Long, Bob, 1961-1964.
Box 23
Printcraft Specialties Press – De Atley, Glenn O., 1963-1964.
Box 23
The Press of the Printer's Devil – Gnat, Raymond E., 1961-1962.
Box 23
Prints Charming Ink – Logan, Kuyk and Dianne, 1984.
Box 23
The Printshop - Slama, Lester K., 1959-1962.
Box 23
Prism Press, - Ghorbanian, Nelson, 1978.
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Private Prize Press -- Walker, Horace, 1973.
Box 23
Propaganda Press – Chase, Robert W., n.d.
Box 23
Protean Press – Horrigan, Terry, 1982.
Box 23
The Provincial Press – Smith, Mason and Barbara, 1968-1970.
Box 23
Pterodactyl Press – Pearce, Floyd, 1967.
Box 23
Pulitzer Press – Babcox, Peter, 1962.
Box 23
The Pumpkin Press – Pelow, Dale M., 1961-1962.
Box 23
The Puppet Press – Thompson, Tommy, 1959.
Box 23
The Purple Partridge Press – Kurschenska, Harold Douglas, 1959-1963.
Box 23
Pussyfoot Press – Kuhn, Mary E., 1966.
Box 23
Püterschein-Hingham Press – Abbe, Dorothy, 1959.
Box 23
Quadrille Printers.
Box 23
Quick Print Shop.
Box 23
The Quiet Desperation Press.
Box 23
Q Press – Ellison, Louise, 1965.
Box 23
Queen Maud Press – Anderson, Maria.
Box 23
Quest Graphics –Lillethorup, Kragh, 1961.
Box 23
Quest Press – Stanley, Clyde, 1958-1963.
Box 23
The Quilkin Press – Leonard, Clifford S., Jr., 1971-1983.
Box 23
The Quill and Phyton Press – Nolan, James R., 1983.
Box 23
Rachlis, Eugene.
Box 23
Ranney, Dick.
Box 23
Reich, J. J.
Box 23
Remignanti, Gene.
Box 23
Remley, R. D.
Box 23
Rich, Robert P.
Box 23
Richter, Jean and Bob.
Box 23
Roberts, Howard.
Box 23
Rochford, Daniel.
Box 23
Rosenthal, Skip.
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Royall, Bill.
Box 23
Scope and Contents

photograph

The Ram Press – Wronker, Lili and Erich, 1961.
Box 23
Rampant Lions Press – Carter, Will and Sebastian, 1967-1974.
Box 23
Rampart Press – Beecher, John, 1960-1962.
Box 23
The Ranch Press – Spencer, Carmelita G., 1964.
Box 23
The Rather Press – Rather, Lois and Cliff, 1974-1989.
Box 23
The Rattlesnake Press – Simmons, Gil L., 1964.
Box 23
The Raymond Press, 1958.
Box 23
Reason Totters – Jackson, John C., 1953-1964.
Box 23
Recalcitrant Press – Rice, Roy A, 1976-1981.
Box 23
The Recess Press – Albert, Ray Allen, 1957-1961.
Box 23
The Rectory Basement Press, - Eddy, William D., 1983-1987.
Box 23
The Red Apple Press – Overington, Norman, 1964-1965.
Box 23
The Red Barn Press – Marsden, James H., 1959-1962.
Box 23
Red Dress Press – Holden, Karen, 1984-1985.
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Redmon Press – Redmon, Laurence, 1964.
Box 23
The Regalet Press – Cornfield, Edwin and Carmel, 1964.
Box 23
The Ward Ritchie Press – Ritchie, Ward, 1960-1963.
Box 23
The River Hill Press – Jaskovski, Robert J., 1959-1962.
Box 23
Robinwood Press – Stall, John F., 1956-1962.
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The Robot Press – Kent, Robert, 1985-1986.
Box 23
Ron Press – Wronker, Lili and Erich, 1958-1993.
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Ronart Press Limited – Ruble, Ronald A., 1966-1974.
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The Rookwood Press – Gander, William. H., 1949-1963.
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The Rooster Press of Chapel Hill – Hudgens, Robert W., 1964-1966.
Box 23
The Rose Valley Press – Kahoe, Walter, 1963.
Box 23
The Press in Rowayton – Sweet, Bruce, 1958.
Box 23
Runser, Robert E., 1960-1964.
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Sabine, Julia – The Public Library of Newark, NJ.
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Sandvig, Mauda.
Box 23
Saplin, Stanley.
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Schappler, John and Jane.
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Schimmel, Stuart B.
Box 23
Schlesinger, Carl.
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Schlosser Paper Corporation – Schlosser, Leonard B.
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Schneiderman, Ira P.
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Schober, Joseph E.
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Schultz, Walter F.
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Schumacher, Bernard A.
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Schwarz, Philip John.
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Scott, J. Alexander.
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Scruggs, Jr., J. H.
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Shavit, David.
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Shipley, James.