- 5.46 linear foot (10 boxes), 4 oversize box, 6 audio cassette, 6 item (digital media: 5 3.5 floppy disks, 1 syquest 5.25" removable cartridge), and 1 videocassettes (vhs)
- Samuel N. Antupit (1932-2003) was an American graphic designer, printer, publisher, and magazine art director. In 1960, he founded Cycling Frog Press, a private letterpress print shop in Pound Ridge, New York, that produced illustrated books, chapbooks, and ephemera. He also founded Subsistence Press and CommonPlace Publishing. The Samuel N. Antupit papers related to printing consist of samples of his work, production materials for printing projects, photographs, and correspondence related to his operation of Cycling Frog Press. The collection also includes materials related to Westchester Chappel, a consortium of avocational letterpress printers in Westchester, New York.
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