Amalgamated Printers' Association Ephemera Collection
Title: Amalgamated Printers' Association Ephemera Collection
Collection Number: Press Coll. Archives Amalgamated
Creator/Collector: Amalgamated Printers' Association
Extent: 3.67 linear feet (6 boxes)
Repository: UCLA. Clark (William Andrews) Memorial Library
Abstract: Ephemera from various members of the Amalgamated Printers' Association and from the Association's annual convention, the Wayzgoose.
Language of Material: English
This collection is open for research but is stored offsite at the Southern Regional Library Facility. Please contact Clark Library staff at least 2 weeks in advance if you would like to view the materials in this collection.
Copyright has not been assigned to the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, UCLA. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Clark Librarian. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, UCLA as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.
Amalgamated Printers' Association Ephemera Collection. UCLA. Clark (William Andrews) Memorial Library
The Amalgamated Printers' Association was founded as a hobby printers' group in 1958 and has always focused on the exchange of letterpress samples and work. It now includes both amateur and professional printers as members and membership is capped at 150 members.
This collection contains ephemera printed by members of the Amalgamated Printers' Association (APA) as well as material printed at the Wayzgoose, the APA's annual convention. The APA collects samples of members' work on a quarterly basis and distributes "bundles" of this material to each member on a monthly basis. The bulk of the material here are these bundles. The inventory below is a scan of a paper-based inventory created by Clark Library staff in the 1980s. It contains some misspellings, but can otherwise be treated as accurate.
Ephemera--United States--20th century