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Keepsakes Series 1

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Folder 1 Folder 1

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The Roxburghe Club of San Francisco Medal Item 1 1996 October 26

Scope and Contents

5x7 card with attached Roxburghe pin.
Front: "Inaugurated 26 October 1996 to commemorate the 44th Annual Joint Meeting of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco and the Zamorano Club of Los Angeles. Presented by the Roxburghe Club Medal Committee. Co-Chairs: George Fox, Bruce Shyer, Malcolm Whyte, Sandor Burstein, Richard Coopersmith, John Lehner, Thomas Goldwasser, Arthur Lyons, Douglas Johns, Jack Stauffacher, printer."
Back: "Handset and printed in Kis & Hunt types at The Greenwood Press, San Francisco. Of 150 copies, this is Number 18"
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Chief Charlot's Battle with Bureaucracy by Michael Harrison Item 2 1992

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Press of the Golden Key. Chapbook.
"125 COPIES have been designed and printed by Donald and Kathryn Fleming for members of the Roxburghe & Zamorano Club at their joint meeting on September 19 & 20, 1992. This keepsake is presented with the compliments of Jeremy Cole, Donald Fleming, Harry Goff, Michael Harrison, Jennifer Larson, Oscar Lewis, Vincent Lozito, David Myrick, Harold Wollenberg"
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The Personal Pleasures of a Private Press by John Dreyfus with three engravings by Gwen Raverat. Published on the occasion of an exhibition of the Ashendene Press Collection given to Stanford University by Irving W. Robbins Jr. Item 3 1971 February

Scope and Contents

Chapbook. Stanford University Libraries
"Handset in Jan van Krimpen's 'Romanee'. 1000 copies printed at the StanbrookAbbey Press, Worcester, England on W S H cream wove handmade with mould made covers by Barcham Green Ltd January 1971"
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The Edwin H. Carpenter Collection of Mexican Colonial Imprints by Norman Neuerburg Item 4 1996

Scope and Contents

Chapbook with inserted page titled "The Edwin H. Carpenter Collection of Mexican Colonial Imprints by Norman Neuerburg"
OYAEN PRESS Los Angles 1996
"A keepsake presented to the members of the Zamorano and the Roxbughe Clubs on the occasion of the October 1996beinnial joint meeting by Norman Neuerburg"
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Recolections of FWG by C. Lauron Hooper Item 5 1938 July 23

Scope and Contents

Chapbook.
"These Recolecctions by C. Lauron Hooper, Goudy's first business associate, are here presented in Kennerley types and made into this booklet by A. Colish as a keepsake for visitors to Deepdene on the occasion  of the Thrity-fifth Anniversary of The Village Press, July 23, 1938"
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"Travel with the Prose, Poets: All Bookings Imaginable" Item 6 1992 September

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Printed for the Joint Meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs, San Francisco. Two pocket folder containing paper from the Roxburghe Hotel, a "passport" of imaginary places, and leaflet listing "destinations" offered by the "Travel Pro(se)"
"Malcolm Whyte, Agent; James Wehlage, Agent" on back.
with original envelope
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Folder 2 Folder 2

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The Country of Joyous Aspect: A Short History of San Diego, Caifornia Item 1 1993 June

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5x8 booklet, with paper taped to front stating "Keepsake for Zamorano Club Annual June Outing, San Diego, June 26, 1993. This keepsake is presented by the 'San Diego Contingent' of the Zamorano Club and the San Diego Trust and Savings Bank. It was compiled by Ed. Davidson and Eddy Orcutt and illustreated by Miss Eunice Orcutt. This is the eleventh printing of the original edition copyrighted in 1929.
It gives a brief history of San Diego from the discovery by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo in September 1542 to the founding of The herald, the first weekly Newspaper in 1851, and ends with the founding of the San Diego Trust and Savings Bank in 1888. This bank, today, is San DIego's only locally owned bank. John Carson, Garth Huston, Jr., James Schibanoff, Richard B. Yale"
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Take the Train to Death Valley, Death Valley Railroad LTD. by Hugh C. Tolford Item 2 1995

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6x9" booklet. Copyright 1995, The Death Valley '49ers Inc. Death Valley, California 92328
"Keepsake Nnumber 35. Published for 46th Annual Death Valley '49ers Encampment, November 8 - 12, 1995, Death Valley, California"
"The cover design - replica of original brochure advertising the Death Valley View Hotel at Ryan, elevation 3,000 feet, and the Furnace Creek Inn, at sea level. Brochure was printed in red and black - actual size 8 x 9" - 1927."
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"A human being should be able to... Specialization is for insects" - Robert Heinlein Item 3 1995 November

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6x9" page with quote from Robert Heinlein, single sided. "90 copies printed for The Zamorano Club meeting on November 1, 1995. Presented by Doyce Nunis, Edward Petko and Pete Mauk"
Peter's Press, Los Angeles
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"Florence G. Walter 1884 - 1972. Printed for the members of the Book Club of California, May MCMLXXII" Item 4 1973 May

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6x9" 4 page leaflet made from one folded page
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"The Modern Chappel Movement, or, at least, the MOXON Chappel" Item 5 1957 August

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6x7.5" chapbook, 8 unnumbered pages stapled together.
"Printed by Elizabeth and Ben Lieberman, The Herity Press, Menlo Park, California, August 1957. This Keepsake has been produced as a companion piece to the facsimile reprint of Ancient Customs used in a Printing-House, from Joseph Moxon's Mechanick Exercies, 1683. Fifty copies have been printed for the companions of the Moxon Chappel. A subsequent 350 copies have been printed for the Typophiles, and another 100 copies for future use of potential new Chappels."
Included with this chapbook is a hand written note stating "A Chappel is an informal organization of private-press printers. J. Ben Lieberman inaugerates a Moxon Chappel named for Joseph Moxon. Keepsake for typophiles 1957"
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"Drake's Plate: Who The Hoaxers May Have Been And Why They Did It" Item 6 2000 October 9

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6x9" 8 page pamphlet of 2 folded pages stapled together.
"A Semi-Keepsake for the attendees at the October 2000 Joint Meeting of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco and the Zamorano Club of Los Angeles. James Moffat Spitze, Author. Font: Garamond Antiqua... Printed October 9, 2000 in an edition of 125 signed and numbered copies of which this is copy number 88" hand numbered and signed James Spitze
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"Sherwood Grover was a printer..." Item 7 1986 October

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6.5x9.5" 8 page leaflet made from two folded pages, unbound.
"Cover: Sherwood's pressmark, Grace Hoper Press, Aptos, California"
"Types: Goudy's Modern, Open; Goudy text shaded & Bodoni Caps"
"1,050 Copies printed for members of The Book Club of California at the press of Arlen and Clara Louise Ohilpott. Fairfax, California."
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Untitled Item 8 October 2000

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10.5x9.5" 4 pages, sewn together with paper cover, containing fleurons.
"I saw these fleurons when Lillian Marks was selling Plantin Press Paraphernalia..."
"I printed this keepsake for the Roxburghe - Zamorano fiesta in San Francisco, October 2000. Allwyn O'Mara bound it."
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"The Book Club of California, founded 1912, Board of Directors, Committees, Constitution and By-laws, List of Chapter Members. San Francisco, The Phellan Building, MDCCCCXIII" Item 9 1913 January

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Bound, 21 page chapbook. "Three Hundred and FIfity Copies of this book were printed for The Book CLub of California by Taylor, Nash and Taylor of San Francisco, January M D CCCC X III"
Hand written note on front page: "First publication of Cub"
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Folder 3 Folder 3

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"A Visit to Ella Young at Oceano" Althea Warren 1951 Item 1 2004

Scope and Contents

Chapbook, 12 pages, 5 numbered pages. Bound.
"This keepsake for the 27th joint meeting of the Zamorano and Roxburghe Clubs in San Francisco, October 22 - 24, 2004, is presented by the Lady Librarians of teh Zamorano Club: Susan Allen, Getty Research institute; Lynda Claasen, University of California, San Diego; Connie Vinita Dowell, San Diego State University; Shirley Hallblade, Occidental College; Judy Harvey Sahak, The Claremont Colleges; and Laura Stalker, Huntington Library.
175 copies were designed and printed at Two hands Press by Kitty Maryatt, Director of the Scripps College Press. The cover paper, Arches Cover Buff, was printed letterpress and the interior paper, Rives Heavyweight, was printed on an Hp Laserjet 8100N; the frontispiece was printed by Creative Visual Concepts. The tyoeface is Scripps College Oldstyle Italic, originally designed by Frederic W. Goudy in 1945-47 and igitized by Summer Stone. The binding was completed by Scripps College Students Amita Patel and Emi Bennett"
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"Printing" Item 2 1992 February 8

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Stapled chapbook of 16 numbered pages and 11 unnmbered pages.
Anchor and Acorn Press. "This essay is here electrostatically reproduced and reduced to 90 percent of size... Produced in celebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the establishment of Scripps College Press and the design and casting of Goudy's Scripps College Old Syle."
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"The Taylor & Taylor Imprint For the Winter MCMXVI-VII" Item 3 1996 October

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Bound booklet, 21 numbered pages with insert stating "Herewithin is a copy of a reprint of Taylor&Taylor's Imprint, first issued for the winter 1916-17. The production and publication of this booklet was a joint effort of Mt. Tam Press and Anchor & Acorn Press.. American Printing History Association Twenty-First Annual Conference. California Fine Printing in the Twentieth Centruy. The Henry E. Huntington Library, Gardens, and Galleries. San Marino, California. October 10 - 13, 1996"
"Text composed on model 5 linotype machines using Intertype Kenntonian matrices14-976. Supplemental typesetting in handset Kennerley Monotype 268. Text paper is Mohawk Letterpress Text, produced by Mohawk Paper Mills, Cohos, New York. Inner cover is Curtis Brightwater Cover from James River Corporation, Southampton, Pennsylvania, and the wrap cover is Fabriano Ingres from Fabriano, Italy. Line engravings produced by Owosso Graphic Arts, Owosso, Michigan. Printed on a Heidelberg cylinder letterpress in black and Taylor & Taylor typebook red inks. Bound by Cardoza-James Binding Company, San Francisco, California. 300 copies pritned fro friends of Mt. Tam Press, collectors, and libraries."
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"A Record Dat at Sotheby's" by Sir William Osler Item 4 1992

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Stapled booklet, 12 unnumbered pages. "A keepsake for the mmebers of the Zamorano and Roxburghe Clubs at their biennial meeting in San Francisco in 1992 and for members of the American Osler society... Earl F. Nation, M.D. "
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"Women in Printing" Roger Levenson, Northern California, 1857-1890, selected excerpts Item 5 1994 October

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folio leaflet. "This keepsake was printed by the Feathered Serpent for members of the Roxburghe and Zaorano clubs on the occassion of their joint meeting. October 8 and 9, 1994." 2 copies.
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"Vallejo, the Capitol of California, 1851-1853" Item 6 1992

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One folio folded sheet. "A keepsake commissioned by Roxburgher Alfred W. Newman of Vallejo. 375 copies were printed of which 125 were presented to those attending the joint Roxburghe/ Zamorano meeting in Northern California, 19-20 September 1992. Design and layout by Susan Acker and Mary McDermott at the Feathered Serpent Press, San Rafael. Printed on Strathmore Pastelle in Pacific Antuque and Hiroshige typefaces"
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"A Collection: Original Artwork" by Valenti Angelo Item 7 1992

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Single folio page. "125 numbered and handcolored copies of this keepsake, an excerpt from Valenti Angelo, the Man and the Artist, to be published by Heron House, were presented to members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs on the occassion of their joint meeting in San Francisco, Sept. 19 and 20, 1992, by Earl Emelson and Jack Maclean. Written by Kack Maclean. Design and Layout by the Feathered Serpent Press" hand numbered 54/125. Accompanied by envelope.
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"The Song of Songs" Item 8 1992

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One folded page. "This portion of The Song of Solomon, Chpater 2, Verses 8 thourgh 14 was designed and printed by Ashley Radcliffe in an edition of 150 copies at the Feathered Serpent Press and presented by him as a keepsake to the joint meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorano clubs held in San Francisco, September, 1992."
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"A Letter of Thomas Jefferson to James Ronaldson on Printing Type and Human Progress" Item 9 25 February 2003

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4 pages from single folded sheet. "Printed on the occasion of the lecture The New Digital "Monticello" by Matthew Carter and Charles Creesy. The Grolier Club of New York. Printed letterpress from Monticello type at the Kallemeyn Press for the American Printing History Association. Text courtesy of the Papers of Thomas Jefferson Retirement Series. Compiled by Paul Romaine."
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Folder 4 Folder 4

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"A Self-Portrait of Captain Agustin V. Zamorano, 1798-1842" Item 1 1992

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Leaflet from one folded sheet. "150 copies were printed for the 1992 joint meeting of the Zamorano Club of Los Angeles and the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Agustin V. Zamorano's demise by Msgr. Francis J. Weber"
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"Printing Redefined, a help in redefining Printed Ephemera" J. Ben Lieberman Item 2 1980

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Singel sheet folded leaflet. "Handset in Goudy's 12 pt. and display Kennerley by Elizabeth K. Lieberman, the type cast by Pat Taylor at suburban Letter Foundery, Larchmont, N.Y. Printed by Elizabeth and J. Ben Lieberman at their private Harity Press in New Rochelle, N.Y. Total press run 500 copies on text paper by Strathmore: 300 copies as a keepsake for the Fifth Annual Conerence of the American printing History Association on the subject of ephermea , on September 27, 1980, at Columbbia University, N.Y..."
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"Two Original Pieces: Examples of fine printing for sale. The Auburncrest Library. Columbus, circa 1952 & Imprimatur, a literary quarterly for bibliophiles. Winston-Salem. Volume I, number I. January, 1947" Item 3 1992

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Trifolded sheet containing Examples of fine Printing and Imprimatur. "Presented by William P. Wreden to members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs on the occasion of their joint meeting, San Francisco, September, 1992. FSP"
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"A Secret Thread" from The Problem of Pain (1940) Item 4 2004 October

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Trifold containing print of a quote from C.S. Lewis. "One hundred twenty five copies were printed for members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano clubs on the occasion of their twenty-fifth joint meeting - San Francisco, 23 October, 2004. Sponsors: Sandor Burstein, Nicholas B. Clinch, Nancy Coopersmith, Richard Coopersmith, Harlan Kessel, John Lehner, Arthur Lyons, Emily Marcus, Deke Sonnichsen, Bruce Shyer, Jeffrey Thomas, Dan Volkmann, and Malcolm Whyte. Handmade paper with embedded thread by David Kimball, Magnolia Editions, Oakland. Paper co-designer: Lucia Eames. Letterpress printing by Patrick Reagh. The type is Diotima with Ariadne initials. Concieved, designed and produced by Mark Burstein."
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Cookies: A Most Unusual Story as it was Told by John Gould Item 5 1992

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Bound chapbook of 16 unnumbered pages. "...It was reproduced by Lester Lloyd entirely at his hobby shop in Lafayette. Hand set in Bruce Rogers' most beautiful Centaur, with display in Goudy's Hadriano, I'd like to present it as my keepsake for my friends in the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs, at their assemblage in San Firaniscio, Setpember, 1992. ...Helen Lee" Signed by Helen Lee and Lester Lloyd
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A Reprinting of The First Printed Documents Relating to Surgical An æsthesia by William Osler, M.D., F.R.S., Oxford England. Introduction by K. Garth Huston, Jr., M.D. Item 6 1992 September

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Bound chaobook of 5 numbered pages. Dedication in back: "One hundred fifty copies printed as a keepsake for the biennial meeting of the Zamorano-Roxburghe Clubs in 1992. Printed for K. Garth Huston, Jr. M.D. and John C. Carson, M.D. by the Parker Press, September 1992"
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"Aspects of Monotype - I "John Dreyfus. Edited and with additional notes by Paul Hayden Duensing Item 7 1996

Scope and Contents

Stapled pamphlet of 16 numbered pages with no cover. Colophon: "The Dreyfus manuscript was transcribed from original handwritten notes onto a floppy disk by Paul Duensing who, in turn, sent the disk to Richard Hopkins for formatting into the document you see here. Most illustrations are take from copies of slides used by John Dreyfus in his original presentation... The typeface used is Bulmer with so-called expert characters (ligatures and ranging figures)... This project is a combined keepsake prepared for the 1996 American Typecasting Fellowship Conference at Charlotte, N.C., by Paul Duensing and Rich Hopkins."
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"Progress of American Typefounding! Marder, Luse & Company's Emancipation Proclomation to the Printers of the World, of the Abolition of Irregular Type Bodies! Mammoth Undertaking for the advancement of the Art Preservative! Perfection at last!" The Tamalpais Press Item 8 1959

Scope and Contents

Folded page with reproduction of handbill glued inside. Penciled in note on from states this is 1 of 75, and is dtaed 01/13/59. Back of pamphlet reads "This keepsake printed in edition of 75 copies by Roger Levenson for his friends of t he Roxburghe Club. The handbill is reproduced from an original donated to the Press by John Swingle of Berkeley. The presses used are Albions, one an 1846 Hopkins & Cope, and the other an 1869 Ulmer. The types used are Comstock, Original Old Style Italic, and Oxford with a Cincinnati initial. Done for fun."
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"A Machine invented upon mature consideration of Mechanick Poers deducted from Geometrick Principles" Item 9 1978

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Four pages, from one folded sheet. "This keepsake was compiled for the occasion of the first public showing of this Common Press at the Eleventh California Antiquarian Book Fair in Los Angeles, February 1978. Printed by Vince Gerry: The Weather Bird Press. Drawing by Lydia Fitzpatrick"
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"Old Ben Franklin and Poor Richard in Stain Glass! That's something different!" Item 10 2000

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Leaflet with glued in photograph. Back page: "This Keepsake has been prepared under the auspices of the In-Time Press, an occasional working partnership of Inclination, Time & John Borden, with design and printing by Bruce Washbish at his Anchor and Acorn Press for distribution to members of the Zamorano and Roxburghe Clubs in attendance at the 25th Biennial Joint Meeting held in San Francisco, October 13-15, 2000"
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Folder 5 Folder 5

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"Grand Conclave XIII - 1995", Pasadena, California Item 1 1995

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2.75"x3" stapled booklet of the program of events, September 1 - 4, 1995, 12 unnumbered pages. "Presented as a Keepsake by Regis and Donna Graden. Nut Quad Press, San Fernando, California"
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Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, Msgr. Francis J. W eber Item 2 2004

Scope and Contents

2"x3" bound book inside envelope stating "Keepsake for the biennial meeting of the Roxburghe-Zamorano at San Francisco, 2004"
Colophon of book: 150 copies designed and printed Letterpress at Nut Quad Press, Oceanside, California"
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Burrowings of a Book-Worm by Egerton Yorrick Davis, Jr. Item 3 2000

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5"x7" stapled and unpaginated chapbook. ""Keepsake for members of the Zamorano and Roxburghe Clubs at their joint meeting in San Francisco, October 13, 14 &15, 2000. 250 Copies printed by Regis Graden at Nut Quad Press for Earl Nation"
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Santa Cruz Island Foundation 1985 - 2000 Item 4 2000

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5.75"x7.5" stitched chapbook, unpaginated. Verso of cover: "On the Occasion of the celebration of the Feast of the Holy Cross, Santa Cruz Island, May 3, 2000, this chapbook is dedicated to Carey Stanton (1923-1987) who established the Santa Cruz Island Foundation in 1985, Monsignor Francis J. Weber (b. 1933), Old Country Priest who has celebrated mass on Santa Cruz Island every May 3rd since 1968..."
"Printed Letterpress in an edition of 125 by Regis Graden"
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The Book Collector by Charles Nodier, 1951 Item 5 2000

Scope and Contents

Bound chapbook with paper cover, 26 numbered pages. Colophon: "This reprint edition is limited to two hundred fifty copies, one hundred forty of which were presented by Regis Graden to attending members of the Zamorano Club and the Roxburghe Club at their Joint Meeting in San Franciscio October 2000. This paper is acid free laid text. Printed letterpress and hand bound by Regis Graden at Nut Quad Press."
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The Zamorano Club Programs, 1928-1991 Item 6 1992

Scope and Contents

8.5"x11" leaflet. "This keepsake is meant as a companion piece to The Zamorano Club Programs 1928-1991 which was issued in 1992 to commemorate the joint meeting of Roxburghe-Zamorano at San Francisco"
Colophon: "Printed in a limited edition of 150 copies at Nut Quad Press and distributed with the compliments of Francis J. Weber, Doyce B. Nunis, Jr., E. Peter Mauk, Jr., Regis M. Graden"
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Folder 6 Folder 6

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"The House of Bernardo Yorba" Patricia Adler-Ingram Item 1 2002

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Folded page with photograph of a water color by Eva Dcott Fenyes, 28 May 1918. "This keepsake is presented on the occasion of the 26th Joint Meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs in Los Angeles, Ocotber 25-26, 2002. Printed by Regis Graden in an edition of 150 copies. Sponsored by Patricia Adler-Ingram and Siegried Demke."
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Lincoln Collections in Southern California, Featuring the Lincoln Memorial Shrine by Larry E. Burgess Item 2 1992

Scope and Contents

Stapled chapbook, 16 numbered pages. Colophon: "An edition of 200 copies printed at The Castle Press, Pasadena, California, for the members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs, San Francisco, September 1992. This keepsake is presented by The Watchorn Lincoln Memorial Association, Redlands, California. The concept was inspired by Anthony F. Kroll. Dr. Larry E. Burgess, Director, A.K. Smiley Public Library and Lincoln Memorial Shrine"
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"The Mystery of the Rebus Letter of Joseph Goldsborough Bruff of August 1856" Item 3 1992

Scope and Contents

8 pages, unpaginated, stapled pamphlet with fold out center. "This keepsake was printed n an edition of 200 copies at The Castle Press, Pasadena, California, for the members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs, San Francisco, September, 1992. Persons Who Helped Transcribe Bruff's Rebus Letter; Virginia Kotkin, Rown and Victor Bryan, Alfred H. Clifford, Henry H. Clifford"
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"Collecting Books and Autographs - William F. Gable" by Anthony Kroll and Elva Marshall Item 4 1992

Scope and Contents

Stapled chapbook of 16 numbered pages. Verso of title page: "This keepsake is dedicated to the memory of Elva Marshall"
Colophon: "printed at The Castle Press, Pasadena, in an edition of 200 copies for The Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs for their joint meeting at San Francisco, 1992. This keepsake presented by George Kinney and Anthony Kroll"
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"The Banks of Sacremento: A Sea Chantey Reprinted from the Broadside printed at The Cuala Press, Dublin, Ireland, Novmeber, mcmxi, with a New Introduction by R.G. Barnes" Item 5 1972

Scope and Contents

Bound, unpaginated chapbook "Printed for Martin S. Mitnau and Joseph Bransten as a Keepsake for their friends in the Roxburghe & Zamorano clubs on the Occasion of their Joint Meeting in San Francisco, September Mcmlxxii"
Colophon: "175 copies printed for Joseph Bransten, Martin Minau, and Albert Sperisen by Grabhorn-Hoyem of San Francisco in September 1972"
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Home on the Range: The Making of a Song compiled by Daniel Cronkhite. Issued as a Christmas Keepsake 1987 Item 6 1987

Scope and Contents

Stapled chapbook, 27 numbered pages. Colophon: "Approximately 300 copies of Home on the Range have been printed as Christmas keepsake #9 for friends and acquaintances of thr folks at the Sagebrush Press. Text type is Linotype Janson; the title-page heading is Calson handset, complemented with Tuscan Ornate initials. The printing has been performed on a V-36 Miehle Vertical."
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Folder 7 Folder 7

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"Another View of the San Francisco 1856 Vigilance Committee: Robert George Byxbee's Letter to His Sister, June 18, 1856" Item 1 2000

Scope and Contents

9x10.5" trifold, with reproduction of letter sewn in, and 32 page booklet titled "Another View of the San Francisco 1856 Vigilance Committee: Robert George Byxbee's Letter to His Sister, June 18, 1856, with an introduction by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr." Verso of cover page of booklet: 'This keepsake is dedicated to the memory of the Noblest Clamper of them all, Albert Shumate, Sublime Noble Humbug and a founding member of Yerba Buena Chapter No. I, E Clampus Vitus."
Colophon from inside middle of trifold: "This keepsake printed in honor of the 25th Biennial Joint Meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs, San Francisco, October 12 - 15, 2000, has been made possible by the Zamorano Publication fund and the following Zamoranos.... This keepsake has been typeset in Truesdell, Frederic Goudy's seventy-fourth typeface, issued in 1930 by The Monotype Company. Centaur type has been used for the cover and title page. The paper is Gainsborough Cover, Teton text and Genesis Writing. Typesetting and presswork are by Dual Graphics, Inc., Brea. Bindery by Mel Kavin of Kater-Crafts Bookbinders, Pico Rivera. Design is by Dana Church Cordrey. 250 copies were printed"
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"Joaquin Miller in 1863: The Sphinx Speaks! Being an account wherein no bitters-bolstered braggadocio burns within, but instead enter exuberant emotions of a loving husband, who dodges the Civil War, flirts with fleeing society, encounters the charming 'Menken,' and courts a fickle muse more favoring his wife" by Robert J. Chandler Item 2 2000

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Bound, unpaginated chapbook. Colophon: "Designed and printed letter press in an edition of 300 in Monotype Bell on Mohawk paper by Patrick Reagh Printers, Inc., Sebastopol, California. 150 copies have been numbered and signed by the authors and printer for members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs to celebrate their joint meeting, October 14 & 15, 2000, in San Francisco, California. Copyright Robert J. Chandler. This keepsake is sponsored by Robert J. Chandler, Gary F. Kurutz, Patrick Reagh and Gary E. Strong. This is copy number 119" hand numbered and signed.
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Toiletry at the California Missions by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 3 1999

Scope and Contents

Stapled, unpaginated chapbook. Verso of title page: "This keepsake is presented to the Friends of the Archival Center, Archdiocese of Los Angeles, as a token of appreciation for support, both past and present. The Archival Center is grateful to its Friends for their contributions and continued generosity. the keepsake is reprinted by permission from the Southern California Quartly, LXXXI (Fall 1999)"
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A Selected Bibliography of the Zeitlin Franklin Delano Roosevelt Collection by Michael C. Sutherland with a preface by Lawrence Clark Powell. A Keepsake for the May 11th Dinner Meeting of the Library Patrons of the Occidental Collefe and the dedication of The Franklin Delano Roosevelt Collection given in memory of Jacob I. ("Jake") Zeitlin by Sam and Isabella Zeitlin Item 4 1988

Scope and Contents

Stapled, 12 paged chapbook with paper cover. "Designed and printed at The Castle Press, Pasadena, California"
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Folder 1 Folder 1

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Requiem by Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) Item 1 1958

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4 page bound pamphlet with paper cover. "Printed at the Plantin Press, Los Angeles, for the Huntington Library Zamoranans and presented to the joint meeting of the Roxburghe & Zamorano Clubs, September 1958"
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The Praise of the Needle from The Needles Excellency by John Taylor, 1634 Item 2 2003

Scope and Contents

10x7" bound and unpaginated chapbook. "Printed for the Zamorano Club on the occasion of Ann Chaves' lecture on Text and Textiles during the Gaudeamus festivities 2003. 8 point hand-set Baskerville. Sewn by Ann. The Clinker Press, Andre Chaves, Printer. With help from Stephen Tabor and The Huntington Library"
box 2, folder 1, item 3

"Some Observations on Book Design: A commentary written and printed by Richard J. Hoffman at his printing office in Van Nuys, California for members of the Rounce and Coffin Club and other friends of the press" Item 3 1986

Scope and Contents

7x11.5" sewn chapbook, 18 numbered pages. "Composed on the Linotype in the Janson types with display in foundry Janson. Primula ornaments in various combinations were used for decoration. the Jenson initial was drawn for the Mergenthaler Linotype Company in the 1920s but has its orgins in the designs of the Fifteenth Century. Printed by letterpress on Mohawk Superfine book paper. Design, type composition, and presswork by Richard J. Hoffman, Van Nuys, California, 1986."
box 2, folder 1, item 4

"Fine Typography On linecasters" Item 4 2002

Scope and Contents

8 page stapled pamphlet. "Compased entirely on the Linotype and Ludlow. No slugs were cut. 300 Copies Printed on Occassion of the 13th Conference of the American Typecasting Fellowship in Provo, Utah, June 1-22, 2002. Philip Driscoll, APA 683"
box 2, folder 1, item 5

"Silence of the Lambs" Item 5 October 1998

Scope and Contents

9.25x14" folio. "This keepsake is given in memory of William Everson, 1912-1994. The Reverend Alberto Huerta is a professor at the University of San Francisco, and a Fellow of the Gleeson Library Associates. This keepsake is presented by Roxburghe Club members George King Fox, master of the press, and Marianna Hinckle, printer member. Two hundred copies were printed in October 1998 for the biennial joint meeting of the Roxburghe- Zamorano Clubs. Designed and printed by Marianne Hinckle. Año Neuvo Island Press, San Francisco"
box 2, folder 1, item 6

"Destiny" Item 6 1998

Scope and Contents

9x13" broadside with quote from F.L. Lucas "It is unlikely that many of us will be famous..." "Reprinted with the permission of Simon & Schuster from STYLE by F.L. Lucas. Copyright 1955, 1962"
"Presented as a keepsake by Earl Emelson and Allan Smith on the occasion of the Joint Meeting of the Roxburghe Zamorano Clubs. October 24 - 25, 1998. Designed and printed by James Wehlage"
box 2, folder 1, item 7

"The Joys of This World / Le Bonheur De Ce Monde" Sonnet by Christopher Plantin. Translated by Frances Lobb. Item 7 1998

Scope and Contents

9x14" broadside of soonet in both English and French. "This keepsake is presented to the participants of The Twenty-Fourth Biennial Joint Meeting of The Zamorano and Roxburghe Clubs, October 24 and 25, 998, by Arthur E. Lyons, M.D., David E. Belch, John F. Class, Harlan Kessel, Andrew Griffin, Richard Coopersmith, M.D., Sandor Burstein. Designed and printed by James Wehlage at The Tuscan Press"
box 2, folder 1, item 8

"Mines D'Or De La Californie: A Broadside Published by Dembour and Gangel at Metz and Paris, ca. 1850" Item 8 1974

Scope and Contents

8.5x13.5" bound broadside with introduction by Joseph M. Bransten and Sdrian Wilson. "Three-hundred and fifty copies have been printed by Adrian Wilson with the assitance of Clifford Burke at the Press in Tuscany Alley, San Francisco, for preentation by Joseph M. bransten and Adrian Wilson to the members of the Zamorano and Roxburghe Clubs at their joint meeting in Los Angeles in September 1974. The types are Cristal from Deberney & Peignot, Paris, and Van Dijck composed by Mackenzie & Harry, Inc. The papers are Tweedweave cover and Colophon text from the Butler Paper Company."
box 2, folder 1, item 9

"Bureaucracy, Prolixity, & the Southern Pacific Lines: Selections from the Seventh Annual Report of the Board of Railrod Commissioners of the State  of California for the Year Ending December 31, 1886" Item 9 1994

Scope and Contents

Bound 8 page pamphlet. "For the edification and amusement of those attending the 21st Biennial Joint Meeting of the Roxbughe & Zamorano Clubs in Los Angeles, October 8-9, 1994, these selections are presented by Joyce Lancaster Wilson, Helen Less, Jack Maclean, James Wehlage, Ashley Radcliffe, Ann Whipple, and John Borden."
"Printed at the Press in Tuscany Alley"
box 2, folder 1, item 10

Keepsake for members of the book collector clubs Roxburghe and Zamorano during their joint meeting in San Francisco October 2000, on the occasion of their visit to Arion Press, a signature out of the Holy Bible in the New Revised Standard Version Item 10 2000

Scope and Contents

Signature folded inside a paper cover. "Specifications: 1,356 pages, 18 by 13 inches, printed by letterpress from Romulus type, with intial letters in red, on mould-made paper..."
"Presented by Andrew Hoyem"
box 2, folder 1, item 11

"A Keepsake" Item 11 1940

Scope and Contents

9.5x13" broadside. "Printed by D.B. Updike, The Merrymount Press, for the Meeting of the Zamorano Club, November 6, 1940 [Showing a single character in various combinations; the rules in last design in panel by an optical illusion appear distorted]"
box 2, folder 1, item 12

The Duke and The Printer: an improbable conversation between John Ker, Third Duke of Roxburghe and Don Agustin Vicente Zamorano Item 12 1953

Scope and Contents

9.5x12.5" bound pamphlet, unpaginated, with paper cover. "One hundred and twenty-five copies printed at the Grabhorn Press for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe & Zamorano Clubs on the occasion of their first Joint Meeting on Saturday, September 12, 1953."
box 2, folder 2

Folder 2 Folder 2

box 2, folder 2, item 1

Chandler & Price: A Short History Item 1 1996

Scope and Contents

5.5x8.5" stapled, unpaginated chapbook. "One-hundred-twenty-five copies printed for joint meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Club in San Francisco, October 25, 1996. Mt Tam Press Edition, Jeff Craemer & Printed by The Haunted C&P Press, Geary Tracy'
box 2, folder 2, item 2

Sandy MacPherson: Book Collector by Newman Levy Item 2 1995

Scope and Contents

5.5x8.5" bown chapbook, with unnatched cover, 12 numbered pages. "...We have reproduced here the 1933 colophon and the 1940 title page of the Duschness editions. The text is a facsimile composition in Bauer Bodoni of the 1933 edition. The traditional Joint Biennial Meeting of the San Francisco Roxburghe Club and the Zamorano Club of Los Angeles is the happy occasion for this latest edition of 100 copies. Sponsors are the following Roxburghe members: Alan Dietch, Jack Maclean, Andrea Grimes, Harlan Kessel, Barabra Land, Dr. Frank Novak, John Lehner. David Elliott. This is copy #58/100. James Wehlage of Classic Letterpress in San Rafael designed, composed, printed and bound this special Keepsake" hand numbered.
box 2, folder 2, item 3

The Affair at Monterey, October 20 & 21, 1842, as reported by Thomas O. Larkin with an Intoduction by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. Item 3 1964

Scope and Contents

8x11" chapbook bound in paper cover, 10 numbered pages with illustrations. "...prepared for the seventh Roxburghe-Zamorano joint meeting in San Francisco, September 25 and 26, 1964 by Earl C. Adams, Homer D. Crotty, Donald A. Charnock, Grant Dahlstrom, George E. Fullerton, Doyce B. Nunis, George H. Whitney, Robert J. Woods of the Zamorano Club." Signed.
box 2, folder 2, item 4

"Edwin Grabhorn on Ornamentation" Item 4 1921, 1969

Scope and Contents

9x11.5" paper bound chapbook, unpaginated. "These articles were written for The Pacific Printer of June and July 1921. Robert Grabhorn and Andrew Hoyem have reprinted them for the opening of the exhibit of The Grabhorn Press at the San Francisco Public Library, April 24, 1969. Carroll Harris contributed the typesetting and the Bruce Rogers initial. The text came from Kemble Collection at the California Historical Society. Two hundred copies have been printed for The Friends of the Public Library and 105 for the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco."
box 2, folder 2, item 5

The Romance of Book Collecting by Betty Rosenberg Item 5 1977

Scope and Contents

7.5x10" paper bound chapbook, unpaginated. "This address was given by Betty Rosenberg, Senior Lecturer, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of California, Los Angeles, on the occasion of the awarding of prizes for the 29th annual Robert B. Campbell Student Book Collection Competition, April 28, 1977. 1000 copies printed at the Grace Hoper Press for The Friends of the UCLA Library, July 1978."
box 2, folder 3

Folder 3 Folder 3

box 2, folder 3, item 1

"The Iron Sibyl in San Francisco, August 1871" Item 1 September 1972

Scope and Contents

8x9" stapled, unpaginated pamphlet "Printed for the edification of members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs for their gathering in September 1972 by Ray A. Billington, Carey S. Bliss, Edwin H. Carpenter, Carl S. Dentzel, Lawrence Clark Powell, William Wilcox Robinson, Robert Weistein, and Ward Ritchie"
box 2, folder 3, item 2

California Books Illustrated with Original Photographs, 1856-1890 by Gary F. Kurutz, with a checklist by Robert Bothamley Item 2 1996

Scope and Contents

6x9.5" stapled chapbook with paper cover, 36 numbered pages. "100 copies printed for the 23rd joint meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs October 26-27, 1996. Printed by Patrick Reagh. This keepsake sponsored by Robert Bothamley, Larry Burgess, Michael Dawson, Gary Kurutz, and Gary Strong"
box 2, folder 3, item 3

Books in Their Sea Chests: Reading Along the Early California Coast by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. Item 3 1964

Scope and Contents

6.5x9.5" stapled chapbook with paper cover, 28 numbered pages. "California Library Association Keepsake Number 6"
"Designed and printed by Lawton Kennedy"
box 2, folder 3, item 4

"Printing in Russia" by Academician M. Tikhomirov Item 4 1964

Scope and Contents

6x9" 8 page pamphlet with paper cover. "This article appeared in the Winter 1964 issue of the Quarterly News Letter of The Book Club of California (Vol. XXX, No. 1). One hundred fifty copies have been reprinted by Roger Levenson / Tamalpais Press for Duncan H. Olmstead to present to members of The Roxburghe Club of San Francisco and other friends. Christmas 1964."
box 2, folder 3, item 5

"Graphic Communications Through the Ages" Presented by the Kimberly-Clark Corporation Item 5 1976

Scope and Contents

9x7", 24 page, stapled booklet. "100 copies printed for the joint meeting in San Francisco of the Zamorano Club of Los Angeles and the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco. Presented by Alan Dietch, September 18 and 19, 1976"
box 2, folder 4

American Typecasting Fellowship Conference Folder 4 2002

Scope and Contents

Envelope from the thirteenth biennial 2002 ATF conference in Provo, Utah, containing a program, list of attending members, photographs, keepsakes, a letter to Regis Graden from Louis E. Crandall, and A Child's Dream of a Star by Charles Dickens, collectible Letterpress Edition
box 2, folder 5

Folder 5 Folder 5

box 2, folder 5, item 1-2

Actual Zane Grey Logo Item 1-2 1992

Scope and Contents

Two copies. 2x3" leaflet. "A keepsake for MBS Conclave X. San Diego, California, 1992. From Altadenans Anthony Kroll, Edna Smith"
box 2, folder 5, item 3-4

A Keepsake: APHA, Southern California Chapter Item 3-4 1995 September 16

Scope and Contents

two folded leaflefts
box 2, folder 5, item 5

"Glen Dawson: Printer's Friend" Item 5 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Folded leaflet. "50 copies printed for Glen Dawson on the occasion of his 90th birthday" from Vance Gerry
box 2, folder 5, item 6

"In Honour of James Davis, 1935-2000" Item 6 2000

Scope and Contents

Folded leaflet. "Printed at Whittington, on behlf of his many English friends"
"270 furhter copies printed on Oxford Laid paper, with a wood-engraving by Hellmuth Weissenborn"
box 2, folder 5, item 7

"The Commodore's Prayer" Item 7 1984

Scope and Contents

Folio folded leaflet. "Printed for Dr. Robert Moes by Richard J. Hoffman. Christmas, 1984"
box 2, folder 5, item 8

"On Saint Patrick's Day..." An Ancient Irish Folk Blessing Item 8 2002

Scope and Contents

Folded leaflet with four-leaf clover inside. "This keepsake, designed and printed in an edition of 75 copies, by E. Peter Mauk Jr., is presented to the Zamorano Club on March 6, 2002" Stamped Peter's Press
box 2, folder 5, item 9

"80" Item 9 May 2004

Scope and Contents

Folded leaflet "Printed for Doyce B. Nunis Jr. on the occasion of his 80th birthday, May 30, 2004 and presented as a keepsake to his friends. Designed and presented by longtime friend E. Peter Mauk Jr. in an edition of 100 copies" Peter's Press
box 2, folder 5, item 10

"Robert Louis Stevenson: 'found in all time and places a peaceful and sweet companion'" Item 10 1998 October

Scope and Contents

Folded page containing reproductions of pages from Robert Louis Stevenson's copy of William Penn's Fruits of Solitude, in Reflections and Maxims Relating to the Conduct of Human Life, 10th edition, and Fruits of a Father's Love: Being Advice of Willaim Penn to his Children, Relating to Their Civil and Religious Conduct, 8th edition. "Five hundred copies printed by the Arion Press in October 1998, of which 125 are for the biennial joint meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorabo clubs, held in Los Angeles. With Gratitude to Tyrone H. Cannon, Dean of the Gleeson Library / Geschke Center, and john Hawk, head of the Donohue Rare book Room... this keepsake is presented by Paul E. Birkel, Geraldine K. Cole, Jerry C. Cole, Dr. Alan B. Coleman, Robert L. Gitler, Marianne Hinckle, Wade Hughan, Albert Sperisen, and Daniel G. Volkmann, Jr."
box 2, folder 5, item 11

"1992 Centennial of the Birth of Carl I. Wheat, Founder of The Roxburghe Club of San Francisco" Item 11 1992

Scope and Contents

Folio folded page, "Designed and printed at the Arion Press in an edition of 175 copies for the Roxburghe and Zamorano clubs joint meeting held in San Francisco, September 19 and 20, 1992. Presented by the Roxburghe Club of San Fransisco, Paul Birkel, Master of the Press, Wade Hughan, Printer's Devil, and Albert Shumate"
box 2, folder 5, item 12

"The Roxburghe Rose (rosa roxburghii): an oriental bloom flowered for the first time in london 1825 and in America 1828." Item 12 2000

Scope and Contents

4 pages with print of The Roxburghe Rose hand-drawn by Patricia Thornton.
"One hundred fifty copies were printed for member of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs on the occasion of their twenty-fifth joing meeting, San Francisco, 14 October 2000. Sponsored by David Belch, Mark Burstein, Sandor Burstein, Nancy Coopersmith, Richard Coopersmith, Andy Griffin, Arthur Lyons, and Malcolm Whyte. Offset Lithography by On Paper, Inc.; Letterpress by Hillside Press. Centaur and Arrighi types set by M&H Type. Designed and produced by Marriane Hinckle. Año Neuvo Isalnd Press. San Francisco."
box 2, folder 5, item 13

"The Map in Palóu's Liife of Junipero Sera printed in Mexico City in 1787" Item 13 1996

Scope and Contents

Trifolded oage with forward to the book and print of the map. "This keepsake for the 1996 Roxburghe-Zamorano meetingin San Francisco is sponsored by Roxburghers Glen McLaughlin, Alfred W. Newman, and Thomas B. Worth, each coinicidentally one of the 1996 officers of the California Map Society. The edition of 400 copies, of which 125 are for distribution to those attending the meeting... has been designed and typeset by Bruce N. Washbich at his Anchor & Acorn Press in Petulma. Cylinder presswork was accomploshed at Hillside Press, San Francisco, by Eric Holub. The typeface is Linotype Granjon and the paper is laid finish Strathmore Writing. The map reproduced in this keepsake is printed from a photo-engraved priting plate..."
box 2, folder 5, item 14

Plan of Yorba Buena: Showing the Location of Town Lots Granted by Governor Alvarado to Jacob P. Leese & Salvador Vallejo, May 21, 1839 Issued in Facsimile by Thos. W. Norris as a Memento of Christmas Item 14 1946

Scope and Contents

8 pages, unbound in paper cover. "N.B. The foregoing notes are taken from a volume of the maps of San Francisco by Mr. Neal Harlow, to be issued in 1947, by the Grabhorn Press."Penciled on back: 1 of 250 copies
box 2, folder 5, item 15

"Fine Printing?... There is no such thing..." - Ed Grabhorn Item 15 1996 May 4

Scope and Contents

6.5x3.5 print of quote by Ed Grabhorn "A keepsake APHA Southern California Chapter. Pel" 4 copies
box 2, folder 5, item 16

"All knowledge is lost that ends in mere knowing..." - John Ruskin Item 16 1995 March 4

Scope and Contents

9x3.5" print of quote by John Ruskin "presented as a keepsake... Organizational meeting of the American Printing History Association, Southern California Chapter. Hand set in Artcraft Italic and Garamond. Letterpress printed at Nut Quad Press, San Fernando, California"
box 2, folder 5, item 17

"The Doves Press; an exhibition to mark the Centenary of the Press at Cheltenham" Item 17 2000

Scope and Contents

8x11" page featuring information about the Doves Press. "this keepsake is printed at the Whittington Press on some of the surviving stock of Batchelor's Kelmscott paper, made for William Morris."
box 2, folder 5, item 18

"The Zamorano Club, 1928-2000" Item 18 2000

Scope and Contents

9x12" broadside about the Zamorano Club. "Fancis J. Weber, Compiler. Memento of the meeting of Roxburghe-Zamorano Clubs, San Francisco"
box 2, folder 5, item 19

"The appearance of a new book..." - Robert J. Burdette, preface to The Rise and Fall of the Moustache (1877) Item 19 September 1992

Scope and Contents

9x12.5" broadside featuring a quote. " This keepsake, prepared for the joint meeting ofthe Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs... presented by David Belch, Sandor Burstein, Meyer Friedman, Arthur Lyons, and Andrew Nadell. The linoleum cut was provided by David Lance Goines and printed in an edition of 125 copies by Peter Koch."
box 2, folder 5, item 20

"Adam & Eve" Item 20 2002 June 17

Scope and Contents

9.5x13" broadside featuring a poem. "Printed as a keepsake for the 2002 ATF conference from the digital verysion of Adam &Eve. The metal version is not quite ready... Printed at the Tryst Press in Provo Utah."
box 2, folder 5, item 21

"Books & Wives" Item 21 2002 October

Scope and Contents

8x10.5" broadside featuring a comical quote from John Dryden (1631-1700). "Printed at the Arion Press for my friends of the Roxburghe 8 Zamorano Clubs, in joint meeting, Pasadena... from David Belch."
box 2, folder 5, item 22

"There is no thrift in craft..." - Frank Lloy Wright Item 22 2002 April

Scope and Contents

7.5x12" broadside featuring quote by Frank Lloyd Wright. "Printed for the Zamorano Club by Andre Chavez"
box 2, folder 5, item 23

"The Apple Falls Close to the Tree" by Edwin Todd Item 23 2002

Scope and Contents

9x14" broadside featuring poem and illustration "200 copies printed by Wm Erik Voss and hand-coloured by Carmen Voss at the Lyceum Press for distribution at the 2002 Joint Meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs"
box 2, folder 5, item 24

Excerpt from "Confesions of a Lapsed Handpress Printer" Item 24 1998 October

Scope and Contents

5.5x13" broadside, signed Garbiel Rummonds. "Spring, 1997 issue of The Book Club of California Quarterly Newsletter, wood engraving by Susan Lowdermilk, Printed by Lone Goose Press for the University of Oregon Knight Library's Wayzgoose..."
box 2, folder 5, item 25

"All that Mankind had done..." - Thomas Carlyle Item 25 2004

Scope and Contents

8.5x9.5" broadside featuring qoute. "on the occasion of the opening of Dutton's Beverly Hills Books, Fall 2004. Designed by Brittany Sanders, Bonnie &Morgan Press, Santa Monica, California"
3 copies
box 2, folder 5, item 26

"A house sleeps better at night with good books in it" - Lawrence Clark Powell Item 26 1992 September

Scope and Contents

8x11.5 print of quotation. "Printed for his 86th birthday by Thomas Andrews and Ward Ritchie..."
box 3, item 1-4

"Dawson's Bookshop, April 1905" Item 1-4 1995

Scope and Contents

10.5x13" folded page with a facsimile of the letterhead announcement of the opening of Earnest Dawson's book shop in April 1905. "110 copies of this keepsake have been printed for the November 1995 meeting of the Zamorano Club of Los Angeles. The main line of the letterhead is Tudor Black and was handset from a font in the printer's collection. The font was cast by Palmer & Rey Typefoundry, circa 1889." Four copies: one hand numbered 1, three unnumbered
box 3, item 5

"John Henry Nash at Mission Hills" Item 5 2000 October

Scope and Contents

10x13" folded page with photo of John Henry Nash at the Vatican. "Presented as a keepsake for the Joint Meeting in San Francisco, October 200, by the following subscribers: Robert R. Bothamley, Michael A. Gallucci, Regis M. Graden, Stephen A. Kanter, Gloria Ricci Lothrop, Doyce B. Nunis, Jr., William J. Warren, Francis J. Weber. Edition limited to 150 copies." 5 copies.
box 3, item 6

"Avenue Brand" Item 6 1994 October

Scope and Contents

Print of Avenuxed to brand orange crate label, affixed to folded 12x11 page, the inside of which says "Presented to Members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs by Regis M. Graden. This classic orange crate label.. is a design created by... C.A. Beck in the 1920s"
box 3, item 7

"San Carlos Day" by Robert Louis Stevenson, 1879 Item 7 2000 October

Scope and Contents

10x13.5" folded page with Stevenson's essay printed intside. "This keepsake is presented to member of the Roxburghe-Zamorano joint meeting, 14 October 2000, in San Francisco by printer-member Marianne Hinckle... It is reproduced here courtesy of Roger G. Swearingen, in honor of the 150th anniversary of Robert Louis Stevenson's birth, 13 November 1850... For this special occasion, designed and printed by Marianne Hinckle. Año Neuvo Island Press, San Francisco"
box 3, item 8

"General Walker's Filibustering Expeditions to Nicaragua and Honduras End in His Execution in 1860" Item 8 1994 October

Scope and Contents

10x14.5" folded page containing facsimile of notice from William Walker to the Central Americans, in Spanish. Translation in English on back. "Translated by Marieta Nuñes Reston and Peter O'M. Pierson. This keepsake has been disigned by Marianne Hinckle for Albert Shumate ono the occasion of the 1994 October 8 meeting of the Roxburghe Club and Zamorano Club in Los Angeles. Año Neuvo Island Press"
box 3, item 9

"Letter Written in London on April 7,1931 from Bruce Rogers to Will Bradley" with an explanatory note by Carey S. Bliss Item 9 1980 September

Scope and Contents

10x13" folded page "Printed on Urabec-Hoffman all-rag hand made paper by Richard Hoffman for the Roxburghe-Zamorano outing, San Francisco, September 1980"
box 3, item 10-12

"A note on the Latin preface to Eric Gill's introduction for his Engravings, 1929" by Walter Shewring Item 10-12 1964

Scope and Contents

11x15" 4 pages, folio. "Harold Seeger, Albert Sperisen. Printed by The Black Vine Press, San Francisco, for the 1964 Joint Meeting of the Roxburghe-Zamorano Clubs"
3 copies
box 3, item 13

"Max Beerbohm: Lines Written in a Copy of the Plays of Shakespeare" Item 13 1964

Scope and Contents

11x15",4 pages, folio. "Prnted for Joseph M. Bransten by The BLack VIne Press, San Francisco, for the joint meeting of the Roxburghe-Zamorano Clubs, 1964"
box 3, item 14

Printed by John Henry Nash for the Members of The book Club of California MDCCCCXXIII Item 14 1923

Scope and Contents

10x13" folded page with leaf title "A Parable" from Benjamin Franklin inside
box 3, item 15

"Fires of Wisdom: Mills College Hymn" Written by Fanny Rouse Carpenter, '73 and now prnted by John Henry Nash as a tribute to Trustees and the President of the College and presented by him to the Graduating Class of Ninetween Hundred & Twenty-six. The borers are the world of the late Ray Coyle Item 15 1926

Scope and Contents

10x13", 4 page, sewn booklet
box 3, item 16

"An Original Leaf from Palou's Serra" Item 16 1958 September

Scope and Contents

10.5x15.5" bound book containing original leaf from Francisco Palou's Life of the Venerable Father Junipero Serra 1787... Original cream stiff wrappers, gilt lettered red paper label. One of 177 copies printed. A keepsake published by Roxburghe Club on the occasion of their joint meeting with the Zamorano Club in Los Angeles on September 20-21 1958, with commentary by David Magee, and with pages 123-124 of the original Relacion Historica (1787) tipped in."
"Printed at The Grabhorn Press"
box 3, item 17

"A William Morris Broadside Illustrating Two Stages in the Design of the Kelmscott Chaucer" Item 17 1934 March

Scope and Contents

Collection highlight. 12x17" folded paper housing broadside of Kelmscott Chaucer and a note on its deign "In commemoration of the centenary of the birth (March 24, 1834) of William Morris, 350 copies of this proadside have been printed, on dampened hand-made paper, by the Grabhorn Press for The Book Club of California, in March 1934"
box 3, item 18

How Old Am I? by Henrietta Heron, printed by John Henry Nash of San Francisco MDCCCCXXXI, and Now reprinted by Edward Repan-Petko of Los Angeles upon the occasion of the ninety-fifth birthday of his father: Adam Repan-Petko Item 18 1992 January 18

Scope and Contents

11x15.5" four page folio
box 3, item 19

The Lord's Prayer from The Sermon on the Mount, The Last Supper is by Dagnan-Bouberet, Reproduced from the engraving by Ch. Walter by John Henry Nash of San Francisco MCMXXXIII, and now reprinted by Edward Repan-Petko of Los Angeles upon the occasion of the ninety-sixth birthday of his father: Adam Repan-Petko Item 19 1993 January 18

Scope and Contents

10.5x15.5" folded page
box 3, item 20

The Pillar of the Cloud by Cardinal John Henry Newman, Printed by Edward Repan-Petko of Los Angeles upon the occasion of the ninety-seventh birthday of his father: Adam Repan-Petko Item 20 1994 January 18

Scope and Contents

11x16" folded page
box 3, item 21-22

Glory & Thanks Be to God: a Page from a 14th Century Manuscript presented by Edward Repan-Petko of Los Angeles upon the occasion of the ninety-eightth birthday of his father: Adam Repan-Petko Item 21-22 1995 January 18

Scope and Contents

11x16" folded page. 2 copies
box 3, item 23

"Facsimile page of the 42-line Gutenberg Bible printed in 1455, Beginning of St. John's Gospel" Item 23 1996

Scope and Contents

11.5x16.5" double sided broadside "This memento and keepsake is presented by Edward Repan-Petko in commemoration of the Centenary of the birth of his father, Adam Repan-Petko - 18 January 1996. Presented to the patrons of the Wilshire Branch of the Library in the City of Los Angeles, California, upon its rededication... the Zamorano and Roxburghe Clubs.... and firends of the Norris Medical Library in the University of Southern California"
box 3, item 24

'Books" - Adam Repan-Petko, 1896-1995 Item 24 1996 January 18

Scope and Contents

11.5x17.5" double sided broadside featuring a quote from Adam Repan-Petko, and a short biography. "This memento and keepsake is presented by Edward Petko in commemoration of the centenary of the birth of his father, Adam Repan-Petko"
box 3, item 25

A leaf from the Kelmscott Chaucer with an essay on its commercial history by John Windle Item 25 1994

Scope and Contents

11.5x17.5" folded page. "This keepsake is presented to members of the colophon club, the Roxburghe club of San Francisco, and the Zamorano Club"
box 3, item 26

"Anaheim 1867" Item 26 2004 October

Scope and Contents

8x16.5" broadside "From - The Natural Wealth of California by Titus Fey Cronise, 1868. This keepsake is presented by Gordon J. Van de Water, James F. Lorson and Rinard Z. Hart on the occasion of the 27th joint meeting ofthe Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs in San Francisco... Limited to 150 copies. Designed and printed by Andre Chavez. The Clinker Press"
box 3, item 27

Keepsake for the Rousing Coughing Club's fall meeting at the Duncan-Irwin House. An old illustration depicting the rounce and coffin part of the wood press Item 27 2001 November 17

Scope and Contents

10x15" broadside. "Printed by Andre Chavez at the Clinker Press, Pasadena, California"
box 3, item 28

"The Thistle Seed" Item 28 2004 October

Scope and Contents

11x18" broadside featuring excerpts from "The Shirley Letters: From the California mines, 1851-1852" "This keepsake is presented by Don Sterrenburg on the occasion of the 27th joint meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs in San Francisco,... sponsored by the following Zamorano members: William Donohoo, James Lorson, Gordon Van De Water. The Clinker Press"
box 3, item 29

"The Type Speaks" Frederic W. Goudy Item 29 1996 October

Scope and Contents

9.5"x17" broadside. "Dedicated to the memory of Elwood P. (Dutch) Holland and Ward Ritchie. This keepsake was handset in Goudy 30 with Goudy text for display and printed in an edition of 150 copies for the 23rd joint annual meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs in San Francisco... it is printed on Classic Kimberly-Clark Paper and is presented by Doyce B. Nunis Jr. and Ernest P. Mauk Jr. who designed and printed it on a 11x15 Chandler and Price at Peter's Press."
box 3, item 30

"John Muir, 1838-1914" Item 30 1996 October

Scope and Contents

4 10x15" pages, featuring a photograph of John Muir circa 1910, and includes a reproduction of a letter from bookseller George Millard to Mrs. Poole, dated 16 April, 1917, about Muir's manuscripts. "This keepsake is dedicated to the memory of William J. Monihan, S.J., 1914-1996... Two hundred copies printed... for the biennial joint meeting of the Roxburghe-Zamorano Clubs. With gratitude to Tyrone H. Cannon, Dean of Gleeson Library... this keepsake is presented by Paul E. Birkel, Geraldine Cole, Jerry C. Cole, Dr. Alan B. Coleman, Robert L. Gitler, Albert Sperisen, Daniel G. Volkmann, and Benjamin Watson. Hand-lettering by Ron Little. Offset lithography by On Paper, Inc.; letterpress by Hillside Press. Centaur and Arrighi types set by M&H Type. Designed and produced by Marianne Hinckle. Año Neuvo island Press. San Francisco."
box 3, item 31

A Morris Keepsake Item 31 1927 November

Scope and Contents

11x16.5" 4 pages featuring portrait of William Morris and information on the printer. "This keepsake is sent out by the Zellerbach Paper Company to the friends and patrons of their house. The portrait of Morris was specially painted by Henry Raschem. text by Edward F. O'Day. Printed by John Henry Nach in the city of San Francisco."
box 3, item 32

"A Bodoni Keepsake" Item 32 1925 December

Scope and Contents

1x1.5' 4 page folio featuring portrait and biography of Giambattista Bodoni. "This keepsake is sent out by the Zellerbach Paper Company.. The oil paiting of Bodoni was specially done by Henry Raschen. The text is by Edward F. O'Day. Printed by John Henry Nash of San Francisco in December , MCMXXV."
"This keepsake is handset in an American rendition of Bodoni type, the recutting done by Morris Fuller Benton..."
2 copies
box 3, item 33

"A Franklin Keepsake" Item 33 1924 November

Scope and Contents

10.5x17" folio featuring portrait and biography of Benjamin Franklin. "This keepsake is sent out by the Zellerbach Paper Company... The portrait of Franklin was specially painted by Henry Raschen. Text by John Eugene Hasty. Printed by John Henry Nash in San Francisco. November, MCMXXIV"
box 3, item 34

"Garamond Keepsake" Item 34 1927 February

Scope and Contents

1x1.5' folio double spread featuring portrait and story about Claude Garamond, and includes a facsimile of the first page of Eusebius. "Presented by the Zellerback Paper Company to the members of the American Institute of Graphic Arts. The portrait by Georges Plasse was specially painted for this keepsake. The story is by Edward F. O'Day. Printed by John Henry Nash in San Francisco."
box 3, item 35

"William Caxton: An English Printer" Item 35 1934 January

Scope and Contents

Exerpt from "New Light on William Caxton" by Henry Lewis Buffen, 1928 and print of "Willaim Caxton examining the First Proof Sheet from his Printing Press in Westminster Abbey" after an engraving by F. Bacon from the original painting.
"The Zellerbach Paper Company is presenting this keepsake to friends and patrons.... Printed by John Henry Nash in the city of San Francisco."
box 3, item 36

"Saint Francis of Assisi: Sermon to the Birds" Item 36 1995 December 14

Scope and Contents

1x1.5' broadside. "This keepsake is dedicated to the memory of the late Zamoranans Richard Hoffman and John Urabec. Originally concieved by Hoffman, it was unfinished at thetime of his death. Ernest P. Mauk Jr. in association with Doyce B. Nunis Jr., completed the work on the broadside. One hudred thirty copies were printed on hand-made Urabec-Hoffman paper. Presented at the Annual Zamorano Club Gaudeamus"
box 3, item 37

A Page From McTeague by Frank Norris Item 37 1982 October

Scope and Contents

1x1.5' double spread featuring the opening paragraphs of "Further Search and Research" by James D. Hart, and a reproduction of a page from McTeague by Frank Norris.
"This keepsake is dedicated to the memory of Joe Bransten... 210 copies of this keepsake were printed for the biennial meeting of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco and the Zamorano Club of Los Angeles. The keepsake was printed by Richard J. Hoffman in Van Nuys and sponsored by Robert L. Dohrmann, French Fogle, James C. Greene, James D. Hart, William O. Hendricks, Loren Rothschild, John Swingle"
2 copies
box 3, item 38

"Rare Resources for Research: Since the Three Millionth Book... An exhibition of outstanding books and manuscripts recently acquired by gift, endowment, and bequest for the Department of Special Collections, Standford University Libraries" Item 38 1972 October

Scope and Contents

11x14.5" double spread featuring a print of Marinus Barletius, SCANDBERG, information about the exhibit, and a list of donors. 2 copies.
box 3, item 39

"Jose Figueroa" Item 39 2002 October

Scope and Contents

1x1.5' broadside featuring an imageof Gov'r Figueroa's Manifesto printed by Agustin V. Zamorano, and information about the book. "This Keepsake is presented by Gordon J. Van De Water on the occasion of the 26th Joint Meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorano CLubs in Los Angeles... Sponsored by the following Zamorano members: Thomas F. Andrews, Larry E. Burgess, Kenneth O. Chinn, John F. Class, Michael Dawson, Charles A. Goldsmid, Mel Kavin, James E. Lorson, Stuart F. Robinson, Gordon J. Van De Water, William J. Warren. Limited to 150 copies printed letterpress by Regis Graden on Somerset English Mouldmade 100% cotton acid free paper."
2 copies
box 3, item 40

72 pt. Bembo 270... The joy of casting and printing beautiful letters! Hill & Dale Private Press and Typefoundry Item 40 2002

Scope and Contents

1x1.5' broadside featuring letters in 72 pt bembo 270. "Designed, cast and printed by Rich Hopkins as a keepsake for the 2002 Conference of the American Typecasting Fellowship, Provo Utah"
box 3, item 41

An unpublished letter from Eugene O'Neill, 1921 Item 41 1992 September

Scope and Contents

11x14" broadside of a letter from Eugene O'Neill, dated 1921. "This keepsake... is presented to members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs by Doris Harris, San Francisco. Designed by Susan Flake, Printed by Lord John Press"
box 4, folder 1

Folder 1 Folder 1

box 4, folder 1, item 1

"Extra!" Item 1 2004 October

Scope and Contents

9x18.5" broadside "...reproduced from the original in the Richard Dering Letters (MSS 250), held in the mandeville Special Collections Library, University of California, San Diego, for the occasion of the joint meeting of the Zamorano and Roxburghe clubs... this broadside was published by San Diego Zamorano Club members John Carson, lynda Corey Claassen, Garth Huston, and Brian E.C. Schottlaender. It was printed by Sibyl Rubottom and Jim Machacek at Bay Park Press in San Diego"
box 4, folder 1, item 2

"Celebrating the Abbey San Encino Press, Clyde Brown, 1872-1942, Fine Printer, Designer, Writer" Item 2 1998 October

Scope and Contents

7.5x16" broadside "printed as a keepsake for the combined Zamorano/Roxburghe Clubs' Meeting... by Andre Chavez at the Clinker Press - Pasadena"
box 4, folder 1, item 3

"Art is a symbol, because man is a symbol." - Oscar Wilde Item 3 2002 May

Scope and Contents

7.5x15.5" broadside "Printed and designed for the Zamorano Club by Andre Chavez at the Clnker Press"
box 4, folder 1, item 4

"Johannes Gutenberg" Item 4 2002 February

Scope and Contents

10x15" broadside featuring quote about Gutenberg. "Printed for the Zamorano Club by Andre Chavez at the Clinker Press"
box 4, folder 1, item 5

"No printed word..." Item 5 2001 October

Scope and Contents

10x13" broadside "Printed for the Zamorano Club... by Andre Chavez at the Clinker Press"
box 4, folder 1, item 6

"The written word..." - Henry David Thoreau Item 6 2004 October

Scope and Contents

11x16.5" broadside "Presented by Andre Chavez for the joint meetng of the Xomrano Roxburghe Clubs, The Clinker Press"
2 copies
box 4, folder 1, item 7

"Architectural Virtues of a Building" - John Ruskin Item 7 2001 January

Scope and Contents

13x10" broadside featuring qoutation. "Designed and printed by Andre Chavez at the Clinker Press. Presented to the Zamorano Club"
box 4, folder 1, item 8

"The Stage" Item 8 2003 August

Scope and Contents

11x17" broadside feautirng different quotes about stages. "Hand type-set for no good reason by Andre Chavez.. Presented to the Zamorano Club."
box 4, folder 1, item 9

"The Knight" William Caxton Item 9 2001

Scope and Contents

10x15.5" broadside "From the 'Game and Playe of the Chesse,' originally printed by William Caxton circa 1476. Here it is reprinted by Andre Chaves at the Clniker Press, in Pasadena, for the Zamorano Club members"
box 4, folder 1, item 10

"The lyf so short..." - Geoffrey Chaucer Item 10 2001

Scope and Contents

11.5x14.5" broadside featuring Chaucer quote. "Border by E. Burne-Jones. Calligraphy by B. Nelson. Printed by Andre Chaves. Printed for the Zamorano Club"
box 4, folder 1, item 11

"For Jack at the Winter Solstice" by Ann Whipple, December 1998 Item 11 2000

Scope and Contents

7.5x18" broadside "presented to the members of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco and the Zamorano Club of Los Angeles at their autumn 2000 joint meeting compliments of Ann Whipple and Peter Koch. Designed and printed by Peter Rutledge Koch"
box 4, folder 1, item 12

"To Our Master-Craftsman" Item 12 1996

Scope and Contents

10x10.5" broadside of poem. "Designed in the spring of 1946 by Ward Ritchie's students. Re-printed 50 years later by Amelia Leason S'96 in Scripps College Type for the March 6, 1996 Zamorano Club meeting." Hand nummerbed 61/80, 62/80
2 copies
box 4, folder 1, item 13

'Were personal taste the deciding factor..." Item 13 2001 September

Scope and Contents

1.25'x1.75' broadside featuring excerpt from Hilary Pepler, The Hand Press, the engraving by Hellmuth Weissenborn. "Printed at Whittington on Millbourn, Rives and Van Gelder hand-made papers in 96, 72, 48, 42, 36, 30 &14 point Caslon for the Whittington Summer Show"
box 4, folder 1, item 14

"London Scenes" Item 14 2000 September

Scope and Contents

1.25'x1.75' broadside featuring wood engravings by Hellmuth Weissenborn. "150 copies printed for the Whittington Summer Show"
box 4, folder 1, item 15

"Twenty-Six Brief Lectures on the History of Printing" by David Kaser Item 15 1982

Scope and Contents

2x1'
"Originally published in the Wilson Library Bulletin (January 1956) and later printed as a miniature book by Frank J. Anderson of the Kitemaug Press, Spartanburg, Virginia 91974) in an edition of 175 copies"
"This keepsake was published in an edition of 225 copies which were presented at the joint meeting of teh Roxbughe and Zamorano Clubs in Los Angeles... The typefaces are Linotype Aldus nd handset Palatino italic designed by Herman Zapf, with Frederick W. Goudy's Open Title initials. Printed on mould made Arches Cover at e typographeo castrensi die dominica. George Kinney, David C. Weber, Jeff and Linda Weber"
 

Broadsides Series 2

box 2, folder 6

Folder 6 Folder 6

box 2, folder 6, item 1

"Jay's Journal of Anomalies: A Quarterly Periodical Devoted to the Investigation of Conjurers..." Item 1 2002

Scope and Contents

8.5x13" broadside advertising Jay's Journal of Anomalies. Hand written note in bottom right corner: "Printed by Pat Reagh, 2002"
box 2, folder 6, item 2

"A bookseller never gets beyond the prime of lIfe" - Laurence Gomme Item 2 n.d.

Scope and Contents

8.5x11"
Printed at the Blackwood Press
box 2, folder 6, item 3

"From the Regimen Santatis Salernitanum, Eleventh Century" Item 3 n.d.

Scope and Contents

8.5x11" featuring a verse from a an Old English translation... printed at the Blackwood Press
box 2, folder 6, item 4

Rudolph Koch and Daniel Berkeley Updike Item 4 2002

Scope and Contents

7x10.5" print of quotes from Koch and Updike. Printed on a 10x15 Albion-Pratt, No. 2, at the Hill Press in Baltimore
box 2, folder 6, folder 5

"After the Bach Festival" by W. Patrick Tilcock Folder 5 1999 December

Scope and Contents

6"x11.5" Printed with permission at Knight Library Press, University of Oregon
box 2, folder 6, item 6

"I to my perils..." by A.E. Housman Item 6 n.a.

Scope and Contents

6.5x10" Lorson's Books & Prints, Fullerton, California
box 2, folder 6, item 7

"Every gun that is made..." by Dwight D. Eisenhower Item 7 2002

Scope and Contents

7x14" printed by Sandy Tilcock at lone goose press, spring 2002
box 2, folder 6, item 8

The Next Century by David Halberstam Item 8 n.a.

Scope and Contents

7x6" quote, pel
2 copies
box 2, folder 6, item 9

"Make no small plans;..." - Daniel Burnham Item 9 n.a.

Scope and Contents

8.5x11" featuring qoute by Daniel Burnham
"quotation contributed by Ron Pergaude. Designed and printed by pel"
2 copies
box 2, folder 6, item 10

"A small bouquet of some really large printers' flowers from the recently transplanted garden/foundry/printing office/cornfield of Patrick Reagh Printers, Inc., Sebastopol, California" Item 10 1996

Scope and Contents

Trifolded print of printers flowers
box 2, folder 6, item 11

"Arts & Crafts Embroidery Workshop by Ann Chavez: Arts and Crafts Grand California pre-conference workshop" Item 11 2002 June

Scope and Contents

13"x7.5" advertisement for workshop
box 4, folder 2

Folder 2 Folder 2

box 4, folder 2, item 1

"Oh-Lay!" by Brad Young, Bill Watson, Ray Hackett Item 1 1954

Scope and Contents

1.5x1.75' broadside advertising the musical "Oh-Lay!"
box 4, folder 2, item 2

"Matrix enters its third decade..." Item 2 2001

Scope and Contents

2x1' broadside celebrating three decades of the typographic journal, Matrix. "Set in 72, 48, 30, 22 & 18 point Caslon: I.i.oI
box 4, folder 2, item 3

"The Creed of the Craftsman" by Volney T. james Item 3 n.d.

Scope and Contents

11x14" stamped "Archdiocese of Los Angeles Archives" on the back
box 4, folder 2, item 4

"Boston Theatre" Item 4 1864

Scope and Contents

two 6.5x18" broadsides advertising performances at the Boston Theatre
box 4, folder 2, item 5

"The lyf so short..." - Geoffrey Chaucer Item 5 n.d.

Scope and Contents

11x16" broadside featuring a Chaucer qoute. "border by E. Burne-Jones. Calligraphy by B. Nelson. Paper by D. Hunter. Printed by Andre Chaves"
box 4, folder 2, item 6

"Adventures in Book Collecting" Item 6 2005

Scope and Contents

10.5x15" broadsides advrtising the Zamorano Club Gaudeamus with a oresentation by William P. Barlow Jr. and intorduction by Susan Allen. "The Clinker Press. Andre Chaves, printer."
box 4, folder 2, item 7

"Museums of the Arroyo" Item 7 2002

Scope and Contents

1x1.5' broadside advertising a presentation, featuring print of Linda Vista Bridge. "Design and Printing by Andre Chaves. Clinker Press."
box 4, folder 2, item 8

"In existence..." from Graphics Arts & Crafts Yearbook, 1910 Item 8 n.d.

Scope and Contents

10x13" broadside of quote. Printed at the Clinker Press.
box 4, folder 2, item 9

The Dying Tree by Zahrah Preble - July, 1932 Item 9 2002

Scope and Contents

1.25x1' broadside "The Clinker Press, Pasadena, California"
box 4, folder 2, item 10

"A Fable" by William Cowper Item 10 n.d.

Scope and Contents

6"x1.75'
"Designed and printed by Andre Chaves. The Clinker Press"
box 4, folder 3

Folder 3 Folder 3

box 4, folder 3, item 1

"I was born in China about 105 A.D...." by Michael Coughlin Item 1 1995

Scope and Contents

11.5x16.5"
"Written, set into type and printed by Michael Coughlin at his press in St. Paul, Minnesota. Typeset on a ludlow and linotype, printed on a Vandercook press using Velke Losiny handmade paper from the Czech Republic."
box 4, folder 3, item 2

Chevalier Robert Irving Bentley" by Alfred Sutro Item 2 1925 April 1

Scope and Contents

10x15"
"Read... at a dinner given by Frank D. Madison to Chevalier Robert Iriving Bentley and printed for Alfred Sutro by John Henry Nash of San Francisco"
box 4, folder 3, item 3

"The Sugar Bowl" by Edward F. O'Day for the California and Hawaiian Sugar Refining Corporation Item 3 1930

Scope and Contents

10x15"
San Francisco: Printed by John Henry Nash
box 4, folder 3, item 4

"Bene Dictum, Benedicte!" Item 4 1969 March 15

Scope and Contents

11.5x17.5"
Originally printed by John Henry Nash of the Vatican for the joy of the doing, 1926. Reprinted 1929.
"This broadside is again reproduced in an edition of 1000 copies... we ackowledge out obligation to John Henry Nash... Zeitlin and Ver Brugge"
box 4, folder 3, item 5

"Books: Distinguished in English and American Literature with Facsimiles of First Editions Privatey Printed for William Andrew Clark, Jr. by John Henry Nash" Item 5 1934

Scope and Contents

10.5x17" advertising exhibition to be shown in The Typographic Library and Museum of John Henry Nash.
San Francisco: Printed by John Henry Nash
2 copies
box 4, folder 3, item 6

"Castles in Spain! Carcassonne! Innisfree!..." Item 6 1930

Scope and Contents

11.5x17"
announcing that the shop and library will be closed from July 12th - July 28th. John Henry Nash, San Francisco
box 4, folder 3, item 7

"The Lighthouse" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Item 7 1934

Scope and Contents

11x15"
"This tribute to Franklin D. Roosevelt was done by John Henry Nash of San Francisco"
box 4, folder 4

Folder 4 Folder 4

box 4, folder 4, item 1

"The Immortal Little Willie" by Eugene Field Item 1 929 February 1

Scope and Contents

1'x1.5' folio
"Printed by John Henry Nash of San Francisco"
box 4, folder 4, item 2

"Martin Merle" spoken by Le Cutler and imprinted by John Henry Nash Item 2 1930

Scope and Contents

1'1.5"x1'7"
Tribute to Martin Merle. Commemorative border by Will Wilke. Printed by John Henry Nash
box 4, folder 4, item 3

"Happy 80th Birthday Ward Ritchie" Item 3 1985

Scope and Contents

11x15"
From envelope: Printed by Gloria Stuart for Ward Ritchie
hand numbered 13/100 and signed "D'A '85"
box 4, folder 4, item 4

"Grace in the Fore Street" for Roy Gottfried by Donald Davie Item 4 1983

Scope and Contents

9.5x16.5" "200 copies of this broadside were designed and printed by Maya Kaimal at the Scripps College Press, Claremont, California. The Type is Scripps Old Style, designed for the Press by Frederic Goudy." hand numbered 167. Signed by the author.
box 4, folder 4, item 5

"Frederic Goudy Lecture..." Item 5 1994

Scope and Contents

11x17"
advertising lecture, demonstration, and exhibit to be given by Richard-Gabriel Rummonds, hand press printerd of Plain Wrapper Press in Verona, Italy, as well as a dinner featuring a speeech by Ward Ritchie. Scripps College Press.
box 4, folder 4, item 6

"A Picnic organized by the Fine Press Book Association..." Item 6 2001

Scope and Contents

10.5x15.5" advertisement for a picnic. Printed at Whittington, with a pochoir by Miriam Macgregor.
box 4, folder 4, item 7

"This is Christmas as never before..." Item 7 n.d.

Scope and Contents

7.5x14" poem advertising Ransohoff department store. The Grabhorn Press. San Francisco."
box 4, folder 4, item 8

"Her Face Her Tongue Her Wytt" by Arthur Gorges Item 8 1996 April 28

Scope and Contents

9.5x14"
Poetry Society of America. Los Angeles, California
box 4, folder 4, item 9

"Erklärung" Item 9 2001

Scope and Contents

1'1"x2'
announcing and explaining The european year of language, and the three universities (die Berlin-Breandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, die Osterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, and die Scweizerische Akadmie der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften) collaborating with Textcorpora to found a digital dictionary. In German.
Stamped "lanaquarelle, cold pressed"
box 4, folder 4, item 10

"January 1999" Item 10 1999 January

Scope and Contents

11x17" calendar page
box 4, folder 4, item 11

"Airplane is Art" by Bob Seidemann Item 11 n.d.

Scope and Contents

4 double sided, 1'4"x1'8" sheets describing and listing a collection of photographs of airplanes and their designers. Photographs ranging from 1988-2000
box 4, folder 4, item 12

"Pandoras" Item 12 n.d.

Scope and Contents

three 11x18" leaves featuring ancient Greek subjects, Pandora, Achilles, and Iota.
box 4, folder 4, item 13

"The Forum of Foundry Type: Hot Metal Still Lives" Item 13 2002 June

Scope and Contents

10x15"
advertising the 13th bicentennial ATF Conference in Provo, Utah. Carved and Letterpress Printed by Gale Mueller at The Millstone Press
 

Chapbooks and Pamphlets Series 3

box 2, folder 7

Folder 7 Folder 7

box 2, folder 7, item 1

If it Were Today: A playlet written by John Eugene Hasty for John Henry Nash on the occasion of his attempt to tell the advertising club of San Francisco Why is the Poor Printer as suggested by his friend Wallace Kebbee Item 1 1925 May

Scope and Contents

Quarto chapbook, uncut pages, sewn into paper cover. "From the Library of D. Steven Corey" "San Francisco. Printed by John Henry Nash in the month of May MDCCCCXXV"
box 2, folder 7, item 2

"John Henry Nash announces A Bibliography of the History of California 1510-1930 by Robert Ernest Cowan and Robert Granniss Cowan" Item 2 1932

Scope and Contents

8 pages sewn into paper cover. "San Francisco: Printed by John Henry Nash"
box 2, folder 7, item 3

The Roycroft Shop: Being a History by Elbert Hubbard Item 3 1908 July

Scope and Contents

4.5"x6" . 29 pages. "Done into a booklet by the roycrofters at their ship which is in East Aurora, Erie County, New York, July MCMVIII"
box 2, folder 7, item 4

"Christmas in Caxton's Time: Describing Various Customs and manners such as prevailed through the festive season during the lifetime of this illustrious printer. <ade up and presented with the season's greetings by the Caxton Company at Cleveland Ohio." Item 4 1920

Scope and Contents

13 pages sewn in paper cover
box 2, folder 7, item 5

Where our duty's task..." Item 5 n.d.

Scope and Contents

8 leaves from a booklet of quotes from famous writers
box 2, folder 7, item 6

"A Sermon Delivered at Nassau-Hall, January 14, 1761, on the death of his late Majesty, King George II by Samuel Davies, A. M., Late President of the College of New Jersey, to which is prefixed a brief account of the Life, Character, and Death; of the Author." By David Bostwick, A.M. Item 6 1761

Scope and Contents

28 page facsimile, sewn
box 2, folder 8

Folder 8 Folder 8

box 2, folder 8, item 1

"Archbishop Joseph T. McGurcken (1902-1983): A Personal Memoir" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 1 1996

Scope and Contents

22 pages, stapled. "An Address delivered at the tenth annual Symposium on the 'History of Bay Area Catholocism' at the university of San Francisco on October 7, 1995"
"California Catholic Miscellany III"
"Five Hundred copies of this monograph were printed by BookMasters, Inc. for distribution to Freinds of the Archival Center, Archdiocese of Los Angeles, the Friends of the Chancery Archives, Archdioceses of San Francisco, and for the joint meeting of the Roxburghe-Zamorano Clubs in the fall of 1996"
box 2, folder 8, item 2

"Ester Rosenkrantz, M.D. and Her Collection of Osleriana" by Earl F. Nation, M.D. Item 2 n.d.

Scope and Contents

unpaginated. "Nut Quad Press, San Fernando"
box 2, folder 8, item 3

"Two on Two" by Brian Doyle Item 3 2002

Scope and Contents

4 pages sewn in paper cover. signed by the author. ""Knight Library Press, University of Oregon"
box 2, folder 8, item 4

"Parchment and Vellum: some notes concerning the origins of writing and printing matierals in the west" compiled by Duncan H. Olmstead Item 4 1996

Scope and Contents

unpaginated, includes sample of parchment and vellum. "Roxburghe - Zamorano. By Kathy and Don Fleming at their Press of the Golden Key. Sponsors: Michael Harrison, Vincent Lozito, David Myrick, Duncan Olmstead, Harold Wollenberg, Donald Fleming"
box 2, folder 8, item 5

Certain Women by Ron McFarland Item 5 1977

Scope and Contents

"A Confluence Chapbook"
"300 copies printed for Confluence Press by Western Printing, Inc., Lewiston, Idaho. Logotype by Max Neufeldt"
box 5, folder 1

Folder 1 Folder 1

box 5, folder 1, item 1

"Frederic Prokosch: A Passion for Self-Publishing" by James Lorson Item 1 2002

Scope and Contents

"Originally written and published in Matrix 21 and here printed for the exhibition... Books and Manuscripts from the collection of James Lorson held at The William Andrews Clark Memorial Library..."
box 5, folder 1, item 2

"Limited Edition Number 26: History of Samuel Stephens and Wickersham Quoin Company" Item 2 December 1984

Scope and Contents

16 numbered pages stapled in paper cover. "All of thecatalog cuts used here are old originals... text type is 14 point Deepdene cast by the Cade Type Foundry. Presses used were Chandler & Price 8x12 Old Series and Colt's Armory 10x14. Printed at The Juniper Press, 24 Ginn Road, Winchester, Massachusettes 01890. Phillip J. Cade, Prop."
box 5, folder 1, item 3

"To Friendship" by Agness Geene Foster Item 3 1910 March

Scope and Contents

" San Francisco: Paul Elder and Company. Printed by the Tomoya Press, John Henry Nash, printer
box 5, folder 1, item 4

Old "No. 1": The Story of Isaiah Thomas and His Printing Press Item 4 1989

Scope and Contents

unpaginated. American Antiquarian Society. "Designed by Clinton Sisson. Set and Printed at the Wayside Press, Charlottesville, Virginia"
box 5, folder 1, item 5

"Small Renaissance: Southern California Style" by Jacob Zeitlin Item 5 1972 August

Scope and Contents

16 pages, stapled in paper cover. "First printed in the Paper of the Bibliographical Society, Volume 50, First Quarter, 1956. Reprinted for the author, Los Angeles..."
"Read at the meeting of the bibliographical Society of America at the Huntington Library, San Marino, California, August 27, 1955."
"Presented to members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs on the occasion of their joint meeting in San Francisco, September 9 and 10, 1972"
"Printed for Jacob Zeitlin at California State University, Los Angeles, by Richard Hoffman"
box 5, folder 1, item 6

"Newly Discovered Franklin Invention: Nature Printing on Colonial and Continental Currency" by Eric P. Newman. A.N.A. 4624 Item 6 1964

Scope and Contents

34 pages stapled in paper cover. "Reprinted from The Numismatist. American Numismatic Association"
box 5, folder 1, item 7

"Commercial Printers of San Francisco from 1851-1880" by Henry R. Wagner Item 7 1939

Scope and Contents

16 pages stapled in paper cover. "Seperate from the Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, Volume Thirty-three, 1939"
"Copyright 1939 by The Southworth-Anthoensen Press, Portland, Maine"
Handwritten note on first page: "Gift from Weber, 9/96"
box 5, folder 1, item 8

Item 8 Item 8

box 5, folder 2

Folder 2 Folder 2

box 5, folder 2, item 1

"Driving From the Mississippi River to the Pacific Coast Fifty Years Ago: Diary of Edwin H. Carpenter" Edited and Annotated by His Wife and Son Item 1 1967

Scope and Contents

10 numbered pages stapled in paper cover. "South Pasadena, California"
"200 copies Printed by Grant Dahlstrom at The Castle Press"
box 5, folder 2, item 2

"Printing. Emery Walker and William Morris: An Essay Based upon 'Letterpress Printing,' A Lecture Delivered by Emery Walker at the First Exhibition of the Arts & Crafts Exhibition Society on November 1888" Item 2 January 1997

Scope and Contents

22 numbered pages sewn in paper cover. "This second in our series of Arts & Crafts Chapbooks was designed by Alan Thomsen and Bruce Smith following the precepts as set forth herein. Five hundred copies weere printed and bound by Yoshiko Yamamoto at the Arts & Crafts Press, Berkeley California"
box 5, folder 2, item 3

"Voices from the Oregon Trail: Diary Excerpts" compiled by Marv Ross Item 3 1993

Scope and Contents

"the book is made by hand and printed letterpress from hand-set type. The cover pattern is based on a traditional quilt design caled Oregon Trail... Mill Creek Pess"
box 5, folder 2, item 4

"The Birth of the Australian Press" Item 4 n.d.

Scope and Contents

excerpt from The Dawn of Settlement in Australia by the Hon. Herbert F. Hardacre. "The pages of this little book were reprinted and distributed free, by the Asoociation of Handcraft Printers of Australia... The Hand Press, Paradise Point, Australia."
"John Setek, Utility Press, Paradise Point, Queensland, Australia"
box 5, folder 2, item 5

"How to Build a Poor Man's Library" by Michael Harrison Item 5 1969

Scope and Contents

"Presented to the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco and the Zamorano Club of Los Angeles by Michael Harrison, Lester Lloyd, Duncan Olmstead, and Arlen Philpott"
"250 copies reprinted from The Book Club of California Quarterly News-Letter for winter 1969, Volume XXXV, Number one, by Arlen Philpott. Cover and Title Page by Lester Lloyd."
Hand numbered 1 of 250 on first page
box 5, folder 2, item 6

"A Cardinal for California's Southland" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 6 July 1991

Scope and Contents

40 pages, stapled in paper cover. "The publication of this memorial booklet was made possible by grants from the Dan Murphy and the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundations. Written by Msgr. Francis J. Weber, Archivist for the Archdiocese ofLos Angeles, it was printed by The Castle Press of Pasadena"
box 5, folder 3

Folder 3 Folder 3

box 5, folder 3, item 1

"A Document Concerning the First Anglo-American Press" by George Parker Winship Item 1 June 1939

Scope and Contents

22 pages, "Reprinted by the University Press, Oxford, from the transactions of the Bibliographical Society Library"
"London, The Bibliographical Society"
box 5, folder 3, item 2

"Cinderella Series: Children in the Woods" Item 2 n.d.

Scope and Contents

8 pages with illustrations, sewn in paper cover. "McLoughlin Brothers, Publishers, New York"
box 5, folder 3, item 3

"Fine Points: A Printers Miscellany" compiled by Clif and Lois Rather Item 3 1977

Scope and Contents

20 pages, sewn in paper cover. "The Rather Press, Oakland 94602"
Cover signed by Lois and Clif Rather
box 5, folder 3, item 4

"Oscar Lewis, 1893-1992" Item 4 1992

Scope and Contents

25 pages. "San Francisco, The Book Club of California."
"Portrait on the cover by Mallette Dean... One thousand one hundred copies printed at the Arion Press"
box 5, folder 3, item 5

"A Day at the Seaside with Ward Ritchie" by Ernest A. Lindner with wood engravings by Richard E. Horton Item 5 1981

Scope and Contents

"The Lindner Press: Los Angeles"
"Designed by Vance Gerry and printed for Ernest A. Lindner by Patrick Reagh, Printers. The type is Electra and the paper is Mohawk Superfine. Binding by Harriet Lindner. 400 copies of which 100 are for members of the Rounce & Coffin Club and 100 are for members of the Zamorano Club." Signed by Vance Gerry, Patrick Reagh, Harriet Lindner, and Ernest A. Lindner
box 5, folder 4

Folder 4 Folder 4

box 5, folder 4, item 1

"Two Chapters from an Unfinished Autobiography; It's Better than Working: Confessions of a Dealer in Rare Books" by Philip C. Duschnes Item 1 December 1969

Scope and Contents

"This is one of 750 copies printed at The Dtinehour Press for the friends of Philip and Fanny Duschnes"
box 5, folder 4, item 2

"Bruce Rogers: A Gentle Man from Indiana. Address at the 25th Annual Meeting of teh Friends of the Brown University Libraries, 25 March 1963" by Philip C. Duschnes Item 2 December 1965

Scope and Contents

26 pages. Sewn in paper cover. "Printed in an edition of 750 copies in Bruce Rogers' Centaur types at The Stinehour Press for the friends of Philip and Fanny Duschnes"
box 5, folder 4, item 3

"Work That We Love is Nothing More than Serious Play" by Daniel Berkeley Updike Item 3 1958

Scope and Contents

"Berekely: Talmais Press"
"50 copies privately printed by Roxburgher Roger Levenson for the joint meeting of the Zamorano and Roxburge Clubs in Los Angeles September 20, 21, 1958. The body type is Wayside, a 'Scotch' face... to theoriginal Miller &Richsrd version. The display type is Bell. The edition has been worked off on an 1869 Albion, post folio size, made by Frederick Ullmer. This essay is reprinted with permission from: Boy Scouts of America Merit Badge Series: Printing , 1920, pp. 53-54"
box 5, folder 4, item 4

"The Bayeux Tapestry" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 4 2003

Scope and Contents

2.25"x3.25" , 18 pages. "Junipero Serra Press, Mission Hills, California"
"This little book was designed, printed letterpress and bound by Regis Graden at his Nut Quad Press at Oceanside, California, in an edition of 275"
Includes letter from San Fernando Mission, Francis J. Weber
box 5, folder 4, item 5

"The Achievements of Benjamin Franklin" compiled by Kent Johnson Item 5 1995

Scope and Contents

16 pages, unbound. "Printed and bound by the Internaitonal Printing Museum, Spring"
box 5, folder 4, item 6

The Littlest Angel, abridged by Charles Tazewell Item 6 n.d.

Scope and Contents

16 pages in paper cover
box 5, folder 5

Folder 5 Folder 5

box 5, folder 5, item 1

Southern California Peaks by Walt Wheelock Item 1 1994

Scope and Contents

48 pages. Chapbook "describing approach routes and the trails and paths to 112 peaks..."
"La Siesta Press, Glendale, California. Copyright 1973"
box 5, folder 5, item 2

"The romance of the printing tupe and of the men who in its creation and use have become famous: Wynkyn de Worde, assistant, friend, & Successor of William Caxton, England's first printer" Item 2 1936

Scope and Contents

12 pages. "Told in linotype Granjon, designed George W. Jones, Sign of the Dolphin, London."
"Arranged and printed under the direction of Leonard Jay at the City of Birmingham School of Printing, a Margaret Street. The woodcuts kindly loaned by George W. Jones... Set on the Linotype in 14-pt. Granjon: teacher W.H. Gould. Compositors' wprk by boys in the pre-apprentice classes: teachers, H.C. Page and F.G. Moseley. Printed by students in the Letterpress Machine classes: teachers, A. Hoyle and V.S. Ganderton."
box 5, folder 5, item 3

Slidehook: Seven Comic Poems by Lee Engdahl Item 3 1988

Scope and Contents

"This Book is printed on Dulcet, an archival sheet, using Chen inks; set in 11/12 & 14 point Linotype Baskerville with Monotype display. Composed on a Model 31 Linotype, & printed with a 13x19 Colts Armory platen, on the premises of Silverado Press, Sonoma, California. Presswork, composition, & typography by Engdahl Typography. Of an edition of 150 copies this is No. 42 of 150"
box 5, folder 5, item 4

"The Trained Printer and the Amateur and the Pleasure of Small Books" by Alfred W. Pollard Item 4 1929

Scope and Contents

18 page chapbook in original envelope
"New Series of the Centaur Types of Bruce Rogers an dthe Arrighi Italics Cut by Monotype and here first used to print a paper by Alfred W. Pollard."
"Printed in Great Britain and published by The Lanston Monotype Corporation Limited"
box 5, folder 5, item 5

"A Modern Showing of Cloister Lightface (Roman & Italic) and Other members of the Famous Cloister Type Family" Item 5 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"The American Type Founders Company presents for the first time a complete showing of an authentic and conscientous reproduction of the roman type face originally designed, in one size only, by Nicole Jenson in 1470."
box 5, folder 6

Folder 6 Folder 6

box 5, folder 6, item 1

"Two Letters from Samuel Johnson to Sir Robert Chambers September 14, 1773 and October 4, 1783" and Introduction by Loren R. Rothschild Item 1 September 1986

Scope and Contents

"Rasselas Press, Pacific Palisades, California"
"600 copies printed at Glendale, California by Patrick Reagh, Printers"
box 5, folder 6, item 2

"A Winter's Day: excerpts from the Shepard's Calendar by John Clare, first published in the year, 1827" Item 2 2002

Scope and Contents

6 pages, 3.5"x4.5"
"Vance Gerry : Christmas 2002"
Includes a letter, dated November 15, 1998, from Vance Gerry to Regis Graden
box 5, folder 6, item 3

"More About Christmas at Dingley Dell" by Charles Dickens Item 3 1999

Scope and Contents

unpaginated, bound excerpt. 4"x5.75"
"Vance Gerry - Christmas"
"A few copies for friends and relatives at Christmas"
box 5, folder 6, item 4

A Southland Bohemia: The Arroyo Seco Colony as the Century Begins by Ward Ritchie Item 4 1996

Scope and Contents

25 pages, bound. Included with th previous two books.
"Published by Vance Gerry : Pasadena. A Weather Bird Press Book"
"Printed Electrostatically. Digital Typesetting by Pall Bohne. Bound by the Press"
box 10, item 1

"Printing Types: Their Birth in the Typefoundry Depicted in Woodcut and Verse" by Karl Mahr Item 1 2000 June

Scope and Contents

1'x1.5' book with paper cover, 14 pages. Original German text in back.
"The text for this edition was translated and set by hand in the Wilhem-klingspore-schrift at the Private press and Typefoundry of Paul Hayden... All press and production work was performed by Richard Hopkins' Hill & Dale press and typefoundry, Terra Alta, West Virginia"
 

Illustrations, Photographs, and Prints Series 4

box 5, folder 7

Folder 7 Folder 7

box 5, folder 7, item 1

"What Have We Done?" Item 1 n.d.

Scope and Contents

letterpress print
box 5, folder 7, item 2

Ward Ritchie Item 2 1995

Scope and Contents

Photograph
box 5, folder 7, item 3

"Ex Libris, Glen Dawson" Item 3 n.d.

Scope and Contents

lettpress print
box 5, folder 7, item 4

Gutenberg 1400-1468 Item 4 n.d.

Scope and Contents

print of woodengraving. "Selmar Hess, Publisher, New York"
pencilled on back: "From set of 1894, prafissions"
box 5, folder 7, item 5

Wine label proofs Item 5 n.d.

box 5, folder 7, item 6

California Mission Engravings by Alexander Harmer and other Artists Item 6 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"56 sketches and Photographs hand printed from the original book plates. Published by W.T. Genns - Santa Barbara, California"
box 5, folder 7, item 7

"In Memory of Sarah Pierce" Item 7 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Engraving. pencilled on back: "By Tony Kroll, Los Angeles engraver"
box 5, folder 7, item 8

"The First Sheet From Caxton's Press" Item 8 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Print of engraving
box 6, folder 1

The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields: A new wood engraving by John De Pol, N.A. with a commentary by Don Wesely Folder 1 1981

Scope and Contents

Colleciton highlight
4 original John De Pol wood engravings
Also includes articles about John De Pol
box 10, item 2

"Johnn Gutenberg - Illustration taken from Andre Thevet's Vies Des Hommes Illustres, Paris, 1589" Item 2 n.d.

box 10, item 3

'The First Sheet from Caxton's Press" Item 3 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Print of engraving
pencilled on back of print: "A scene from the pressroom in the mainz Catherdral, c. 1450"
box 10, item 4

"1999-2000 There's Nothing new Under the Sun Calendar" Item 4 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Print of calendar page
box 10, item 5

"This History of Type and Printing in easy Lessons. Embellished with effigies of some of the practitioners in this ancient Art" Item 5 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"Imprinted for Mackenzie & Harris, Inc."
6 prints in a portfolio "of a series of advertisements... "
"Imprinted at the Grabhorn Press"
 

Brochures and Leaflets Series 5

box 6, folder 2

Folder 2 Folder 2

box 6, folder 2, item 1

"Letterpress Printed Stationary on Fine or Handmade Paper" Item 1 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Advertisement for Fine Paper Company and Nut Quad Press, using sample of paper and printing
box 6, folder 2, item 2

Lombardia Hand Made Paper "Cremona" ; Japan Paper Company Item 2 n.d.

Scope and Contents

advertisement and sample of Italian paper
"San Francisco: Printed by John Henry Nash from Caslon old style types and Caslon old style initial and three-quarter proint brass rule"
pencilled on back: "9/96 gift from Donna"
box 6, folder 2, item 3

Scripps College Press, Trial proof of Italic type intended as companion to Scripps College Old Style Roman Item 3 1992 January

Scope and Contents

Trial proof from Scripps College Press
"The characters for this proof were cast from 14 pt. matrices and were hand rubbed by Theo Rehak at the Dale Guild Typefoundry, Howell, New Jersey."
box 6, folder 2, item 4

Ornamented Types, Prospectus Item 4 1990

Scope and Contents

"Published by I.M. Imprimit in association with the St. Bride Pritning Library"
box 6, folder 2, item 5

"Working Together" Harold Berliner's Typefoundry Item 5 1989

Scope and Contents

Brochure about Harold Berliner's Typefoundry, includes sample of .030 and .050 moveable type
box 6, folder 2, item 6

"Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum: The Story of the Hamilton Manufacturing Company and birth of the first and only wood type museum in the world" Item 6 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Museum brochure. includes letter from museum, dated January 21, 1997
box 6, folder 2, item 7

"Circulation Policies Governing the Use of The Stanford Libraries for Stanford Faculty, Staff, Students and Affiliated Borrowers" Item 7 n.d.

box 6, folder 2, item 8

"Welcome to The Ella Strong Denison Library, Scripps College Campus" Item 8 n.d.

box 6, folder 2, item 9

"Printed for the People of God: An Exhibition. Four Thousand Years of Books and Manuscripts Illustrating the History of Liturgical Printing" Item 9 1981

Scope and Contents

"Archival Center Archdiocese of Los Angeles"
box 6, folder 2, item 10

"Museum Plantin-Moretus" visitor's guide Item 10 n.d.

box 6, folder 2, item 11

"Visitor's Guide to the Library, Art Gallery and Gardens of The Huntington Library" Item 11 1945

box 6, folder 2, item 12

International Printing Museum Foundation Item 12 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"Production of this campaign prospectus was made possible by....: Graphic design and Typesetting: Marvie Blai, Marvie Blair Design; Color Separations: Julio Aquirre, ColorScan, Inc.; Printing: ColorGraphics, L.A.; Die Stamping: Martin Sprints, Martin's House of Printing"
box 6, folder 2, item 13

"The Wisdom of the Trail: Jack London, Author and Adventurer" The Huntington Library Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens Item 13 1998

Scope and Contents

Exhibit guide
box 6, folder 3

Folder 3 Folder 3

box 6, folder 3, item 1

"Some Notes Upon a Project for an Illustrated Shakespeare: A Note upon the Format by Mr. Bruce Rogers; A Note upon the Text by Mr. Herbert Farjeon; A Note upon the Project by Mr. George Macy" Item 1 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Propectus including sample pages, photos, and an order form.
box 6, folder 3, item 2

"A Garland of Excellent Old Songs: Cherry-Cheek'd Patie, The Woodland Maid, My Nancy 'O, The Blackbird, The Cottage on the Moor" Item 2 n.d.

Scope and Contents

singel folded page, "Printed by G. Moss"
box 6, folder 3, item 3

"Craftsman's Song" Words and Music by William H. Badke Item 3 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"Published by Elmer G. Voigt, Craftsmen Educational Trust of the Milwaukee-Racine Club of Printing House Craftsmen"
box 6, folder 3, item 4

"A Paper Snowstorm: Toni Savage and the Leicester Broadsheets" a New Appraisal by Rigby Graham and Derek Deadman Item 4 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Single sheet announcement
box 6, folder 3, item 5

"Candela Press announces the publication of a limited and signed edition of California's Industrial Pioneers: Iron Men, Peter, James, and Michael Donahue" by Richard H. Dillon Item 5 n.d.

box 6, folder 3, item 6

"Narrative of the Wreck of the Whale-Ship Essex of Nantucket which was destoyed by a Whale in the Pacifc Ocean in t he Year 1819 Told by Owen Chase, First Mate, Thomas Chappel, Second Mate, and James Pollard, Captain of the said Vessel, Together with an Introduction & Twelve Wood Engravings on Wood by Robert Gibbings" Item 6 1935

Scope and Contents

Pospectus. 4 page leaflet. "Printed in Great Britain by the Golden Cockerel Press, London"
box 6, folder 3, item 7

"The Billy Chronicles" by Craig Jobson, Lark Sparrow Press Item 7 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Prospectus, 12 pages, unbound
box 6, folder 3, item 8

Where Shall I take you to: The Love Letters of Una and Robinson Jeffers, Edited by Robert Kafka, Forword by Garth Jeffers. The Yolla Bolly Press Item 8 1987

Scope and Contents

Prospectus
box 6, folder 3, item 9

"Announcement of a Rare Specimen Book of the Printing Types Available at the Hippogryph Press in Williamstown, Massachusetts Item 9 n.d.

Scope and Contents

leaflet. "...run off by another in Hippogryph's behalf, as a present token of the Astounding Work from the True Press..."
box 6, folder 3, item 10

"The Yolla Bolly Press: Announcing our First Fine Edition" Item 10 1983

Scope and Contents

Postcard announcement of Robsinson Jeffers: A Portrait by Louis Adamic, and Cawdor by Robinson Jeffers
box 6, folder 3, item 11

"Announcing the formation of the... Fine Press Book Association" Item 11 1997 December

box 6, folder 3, item 12

"The Quail Hill Press is pleased to announce a new miniature book... Sweet Musicke: Songs of Shakespeare" Item 12 n.d.

Scope and Contents

letterpress pinted, trifold announcement
box 6, folder 3, item 13

"Announcing a new miniature book from the Quail Hill Press"" Item 13 1983

Scope and Contents

letterpress printed announcement of The Unquiet Grave
box 6, folder 3, item 14

The English Poets: Ten poems by Ten English Poets edited by Lee Engdahl Item 14 1988 December

Scope and Contents

Letter announcing publication
box 6, folder 3, item 15

The Mystic Art of Written Forms: An Illustrated Handbook for Lettering By Friederich Neugebauer Item 15 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Prospectus from Neugebauer press. Pencilled on front: "how to prepare a quill for use"
box 6, folder 3, item 16

"Centenary, William Morris: Craftsman, Romancer, Poet, Prophet, 1834-1934" Item 16 n.d.

Scope and Contents

4 page leaflet. "Mills College, California"
"San Francisco: John Henry Nash, Printer"
2 copies. Second copy includes a "List of Exhibitors"
box 6, folder 3, item 17

"Another Independence Day, December Six, Nineteen Thirty-three, Brings to the City of Saint Francis:" Item 17 1933

Scope and Contents

Single fold announcement of the opening of "The Pioneer Liquor Company"
"San Francisco: John Henry Nash, Printer"
box 6, folder 3, item 18

"Announcing Edward Vischer's Drawings of the California Missions, 1861-1878 with a biography of the artist by Jeanne Van Nostrand, Introduction by Thomas Albright, to be published by The Book Club of California, San Francisco" Item 18 1982

Scope and Contents

includes reproduction of water color "Ruins of the Church and Buildings of San Carlos Rey"
"Printed by Andrew Hoyem at his Arion Press"
box 6, folder 3, item 19

The Washington 89 by George H. Tweney for The Book Club of Washington, in comemoration of the Washignton State Centennial... Sage Brush Press" Item 19 1989

Scope and Contents

single fold prospectus
box 6, folder 3, item 20

"Sherwood Grover and james D. Hammond Compile and Edit Common Place Book Six, Aptos 7 Woodside, MCMLXXXIII Item 20 1983

Scope and Contents

Single fold announcement from The Grace Hopper Press with inserted overrun sheet
box 6, folder 3, item 21

"The Zamorano Club" by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. Secretary, Zamorano Club Item 21 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Single fold leaflet cobering the founding of the Zamorano Club. "Nut Quad Press"
box 6, folder 3, item 22

"Hair of gold, crinkled, amber pure and bright" by Pietro Bembo and "Hair of delicate silver, shaggy and twisted" by Francesco Berni Item 22 1986 February

Scope and Contents

Two poems translated from Italian in letterfold leaflet. "Both poems were selected and rendered into English by Lee Engdahl... illustration by Robert A. Eustachy... Typefaces used are Aster and Torino. The paper is Hopper Chambray cover... Anchor & Acorn Press. Lee Engdahl, bruce Washbish, Jim Wehlage
box 6, folder 3, item 23

"Caballos" by Pablo Neruda Item 23 1985 December

Scope and Contents

Poem translated from Spanish in letterfold leaflet. "Printed by Anchor & Acorn press... It was selected and translated by Jim Wehlage. The illustration is taken from sketches of The FLying horse of Kansu (circa 200 a.d.). typeface used throughout is Tiems New Roman and Italic. The paper is Hopper Chambray Cover... Lee Engdahl, Bruce Washbish, Jim Wehlage"
box 6, folder 3, item 24

"Univeristy of California Press proudly announces A Medieval Mirror: Speculum humanae salvationis, 1324-1500 by William and Joyce Lancaster Wilson" Item 24 1984

Scope and Contents

Single fold prospectus with typed letter from the press inserted
box 6, folder 4

Folder 4 Folder 4

box 6, folder 4, item 1

"Claudia Laub, Incorporated" Item 1 2000

Scope and Contents

Letter on "sample of our Strathmore Pastelle stock"
box 6, folder 4, item 2

"Harold Berliner's Typefoundry" Item 2 n.d.

box 6, folder 4, item 3

"Pequeño Press continues our 10th Anniversary Celebration with The Shakespeare Dilemma by Colin Hayes, designed and produced by Pat baldwin" Item 3 1994 June

box 6, folder 4, item 4

"Pequeño Press Celebrates our 10th Anniversary with Koko" Item 4 1994

box 6, folder 4, item 5

"John Henry Nash Announces That He Will Pursue His Usual Printing..." Item 5 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Single fold leaflet with envelope. "7/96" pencilled in upper corner
box 6, folder 4, item 6

"John Henry Nash announces..." Item 6 1936 September 21

Scope and Contents

Letterpress printed single fold leaflet with envelope
box 10, item 6

Texas Argonauts: Isaac H. Duval and the California Gold Rush by Richard H. Dillon, Illustrated by Charles Shaw Item 6 1987

Scope and Contents

Announcement from The Book Club of California, San Francisco
box 10, item 7

"Emendatio Mechanica Plagularum; An Announcement of importance to Advertisers, Printers, Authors & Poets from John Henry Nash" Item 7 n.d.

Scope and Contents

letterpress printed four page leaflet
box 10, item 8

"The First in a Series, California Writers of the Land; Cawdor" by Robsinson Jeffers, Afterword by James D. Houston, Woodblocks by Mark Livingston Item 8 n.d.

Scope and Contents

prospectus from The Yolla Bolly Press, Carolyn and James Robertson, publishers
box 10, item 9

"David Magee Announces for publication in November: Original Leaves from the Four Folios of Shakespeare with an introductory essay by Edwin Elliot Willougby, chief Bibliographer of the Folger Shakespeare Library at Washington" Item 9 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"printed for David Magee by the Grabhorn Press of San Francisco"
box 10, item 10

"William Caslon's Type Specimen Sheet of 1734" Item 10 1966

Scope and Contents

Single fold leaflet
"Printed in England by the Monotype Corporation Limited"
box 10, item 11

"Con Amore, Valenti Angelo: A Bibliography, 1971-1982 with Reminiscences by his Friends" introduction by Valdine Angelo Plasmati, James Linden, Editor Item 11 1992

Scope and Contents

Single fold prospectus "Linden Editions"
pencilled on back: 'Gift from Tony K. 11/94"
box 10, item 12

"Valenti Angelo: Author, Illustrator, Printer" The Book Club of California, San Francisco Item 12 1976

Scope and Contents

single fold leaflet announcing publication of volume on Valenti Angelo
pencilled on back: 'Gift from Tony K. 11/94"
box 10, item 13

Flight A story by John Steinbeck with an Afterword by Wallace Stegner, Illustrations by Karin Wikström Item 13 1984

Scope and Contents

prospectus, includes lettter from the press. "Carolyn and James Robertson, publishers"
"Yolla Bolly Press Editions"
part of California Writers of the Land series
box 10, item 14

"An Anthology of Effort" Item 14 n.d.

Scope and Contents

letterpress printed leaflt from John Henry Nash
box 10, item 15

"A Bad Case of the Jitters" John Henry Nash, printer Item 15 1932 August 15

Scope and Contents

letterpress printed leaflet, 2 copies
box 10, item 16

"The Last Will and Testament: this copy for Mr. and Mrs. Christohper A. Buckley Junior" by Williston Fish Item 16 1935

Scope and Contents

Letterpess printed, single fold leaflet, unbound, between two florally decorated boards.
"San Francisco: Printed by John Henry Nash, MCMXXXV"
Collection highlight
box 6

Correspondence Series 6

box 6, folder 5

Morris Letters Folder 5 25 November 1928, 9 October 1934

Scope and Contents

2 letters from May Morris, collection highlight
box 6, folder 6

Luther Burbank Society letter to Herbert P. Tyson, Esq. Folder 6 10 April 1914

box 6, folder 6, item 1

Item 1 Item 1

 

Cards and Invitations Series 7

 

General Invitations and Cards Sub-Series 1

box 6, folder 7

Folder 7 Folder 7

box 6, folder 7, item 1

Hermes, Paris, Private Sale Item 1 2003 June 23

Scope and Contents

Invitation to private sale, includes letterpress print of Hermes logo
box 6, folder 7, item 2

J. Paul Getty Trust... In Honor of John Walsh Item 2 2000 October 2

box 6, folder 7, item 3

Celebration of the publication of "The Art of Publishers' Bookbings: 1815-1915" Item 3 2000 June 10

Scope and Contents

'William Dailey Rare books"
box 6, folder 7, item 4

"The Artist with the Itch to Etch": An Exhibit of the art of Bernhardt Wall from the collections of Msgr. Francis J. Weber and Anthony F. Kroll Item 4 1978

Scope and Contents

Invitation with engraving of "Bernhardt Wall at Work"
box 6, folder 7, item 5

"The International Printing Museum 2003 Thanksgiving No Show ball' Item 5 2003

Scope and Contents

Joke invitation solicitng donations for the International Printing Museum
box 6, folder 7, item 6

"Celebrate the Season with Ann & Andre" Item 6 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Single fold invitation sewn in paper cover, letterpress printed
box 6, folder 7, item 7

"Celebrate with Holidys! at Ann and Andre's" Item 7 2001 December

Scope and Contents

Invitation with print.
"designed by Ann & Andre. Pace, Burne-Jones"
box 6, folder 7, item 8

"Invitation Personae Grata" Item 8 n.d.

Scope and Contents

letterpress print
box 6, folder 7, item 9

"Ann & Andre Celebrate the Holidays" Item 9 1997 December

Scope and Contents

print
box 6, folder 7, item 10

"The ever-young Jake Zeitlin will address the Roxburghe Club..." Item 10 1974 February

Scope and Contents

Single fold invitation with print of woodcut
box 6, folder 7, item 11

"Announcing a Special Joint Meeting" Item 11 1988

Scope and Contents

Roxburghe Club of San Francisco and The Bay Area History of Medicine Club
"Printed by a special joint effort: Mt. Tam Press, Anchor & Acorn Press"
box 6, folder 7, item 12

The Roxburghe Club of San Francisco, invitation to first meeting of the year Item 12 1988

Scope and Contents

"Edmund E. Simpson, M.D. and Roxburgher will provide some account of the Blackwood Press'
"Andrew Hoyem, Arion Press"
box 6, folder 7, item 13

"Fifty Books of the Year" Item 13 1950

Scope and Contents

Single fold invitation. "The Roxburghe Club of San Francisco annouces a special meeting..."
"Carrol T. Harris, Master of the Press, Roxburghe Club"
box 6, folder 7, item 14

"The 6th Annual Stephen A. Kanter Lecture on California Printing. Lecture by Ethan B. Lipton on Richard J. Hoffman: Typographer, Printer, Teacher Item 14 2003

Scope and Contents

"The design of this invitation was based upon one designed by Richard J. Hoffman 'on the occasion of the opening of a Retrospectiv Exhibition representative of his more than fifty years of printing' which was held at the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library"
box 6, folder 7, item 15

Invitation to celebratory dinner in honor of Richard H. Dillon Item 15 2005

Scope and Contents

"The Artichoke Press"
box 6, folder 7, item 16

"The Fairmont Hotel, atop Nob Hill in San Francisco, will be the venue for MBS Conclave" Item 16 1996

Scope and Contents

"Splendid Press"
Postcard
box 6, folder 7, item 17

Invitation to opening of "Making Books in the Wood" at Occidental College Item 17 1999

Scope and Contents

Invitation to opening of exhibition featuring "Woodblock by Aaron Johnson" on the front
box 6, folder 7, item 18

"Olive - Route and Wetfoot Publications" Item 18 2005

Scope and Contents

postcard invitation to opening of new shop in Berkeley, CA.
box 6, folder 7, item 19

"Los Compadres: Sherman Lirbary and Gardens" Item 19 2003

Scope and Contents

invitation to speech on Civil War Medicine by Glen R. Justice, M.D.
box 6, folder 7, item 20

"Join Fellow Rounce & Coffin Club members..." Item 20 1996 February

Scope and Contents

letterpess printed
box 6, folder 8

Folder 8 Folder 8

box 6, folder 8, item 1

"The Book Collectors: A Visit to Orange County" Item 1 2001

box 6, folder 8, item 2

"Frederic W. Goudy Lecture Series on the Book Arts" Item 2 2000

Scope and Contents

Invitation to lecture and workshop by the Scripps College Press
box 6, folder 8, item 3-5

"Los Angeles Corral of the Westerners celebrates its annual Fandango Californiano" Item 3-5 1999, 2000, 2005

Scope and Contents

Three invitations
box 6, folder 8, item 6

"The Friends of the Archival Center for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles... Organ Recital by Robert C. Tall" Item 6 2000

box 6, folder 8, item 7

History Society of Southern California and the University of California Press... Author's reception and book signing for Catherine Mulholland and her book William Mulholland and the Rise of Los Angeles" Item 7 2000

box 6, folder 8, item 8

"American Printing History Association: A Call for Establishment of a California Chapter" Item 8 n.d.

Scope and Contents

invitation from Regis M. Graden
box 6, folder 8, item 9

"American Printing History Assoc. southern California Chapter..." Item 9 1999

Scope and Contents

Invitation to The Parker Press from Regis Graden
box 6, folder 8, item 10

"American Printing History Association and the Gleeson Library Associates invties you to the 2005 j. Ben Lieberman Memorial Lecture honoring Garbiel Rummonds" Item 10 2005

Scope and Contents

"Printed at The Greenwood Press, San Francisco"
box 6, folder 8, item 11

"The Doe Press Under the Proprietorship of Sidney Berger and Michele Cloonan... Welcome to Riverside The American Printing History Association, Southern California Chapter" Item 11 1995

box 6, folder 8, item 12

"American Printing History Associaction, The University of Iowa Libraries and the University of Iowa Center for the Book Present Barry Moser, the Annual J. Ben Lieberman Memorial Lecture: After the Bible, Dreams, Money and Reality" Item 12 1999

box 6, folder 8, item 13

"Craft-O-Grafs again commemorate Benjamin Franklin's Birthday and Printing Week" Item 13 Janaury 1961

box 6, folder 8, item 14

"Stephen A. Kanter Lecture on California Printing... lecture by the Berkeley designer, printer, artist and publisher Peter Rutledge Koch" Item 14 2000

box 6, folder 8, item 15

"Typecon2003: Counter Culture" Item 15 2003

Scope and Contents

"The Society of Typographic Aficionados... Graphic design and typography by Mark Simmon. Letterpress pritning by Bill Moran/Blinc. Typefaces used: Hellenic Wide, Alternate Gothic No. 1 & No. 3, Century Expanded Italic, and Spartan Light (digitized from an 8 pt. machine-et master)."
box 6, folder 8, item 16

"The Collectors' W. Somerset Maugham. Books, Manuscripts, and Other Materials from the Collection of Frances and Loren Rothschild" Item 16 2000

Scope and Contents

postcard invitation to opening of exhibition at the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library
box 6, folder 8, item 17

"The 38th California International Antiquarian Book Fair" Item 17 2005

Scope and Contents

postcard invitaiton
box 6, folder 8, item 18

"C. Cameron Macauley: San Francisco Photographs, 1950-1960" Item 18 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Postcard invitation to opening reception featuring photograph "Whirligig 1950"
box 6, folder 8, item 19

postcard to reserve copies of The Work and Play of Adrian Wilson Item 19 n.d.

Scope and Contents

letterpress printed. 'W. Thomas Taylor"
box 6, folder 8, item 20

"The Hand Bookbinders of California present a pan discussion and demonstration to the Book Club of California" Item 20 2006

Scope and Contents

postcard invitation. "Peter Koch, Printers"
box 6, folder 8, item 21

"Primrose Hill Press, Ltd., Wood Engraving: How to Do it by Simon Brett" Item 21 n.d.

Scope and Contents

postcard advertisement for 2nd edition of book
box 6, folder 8, item 22

"Primrose Hill Press, Ltd., American Bookplates by William E. Butler" Item 22 n.d.

Scope and Contents

postcard
box 6, folder 8, item 23

"Grand Opening: The Arts and Crafts Press Shop" Item 23 n.d.

Scope and Contents

letterpress printed
box 6, folder 8, item 24

"A Tyopographic Discourse: Women and the Book Arts in California, 1930 to 2000" Item 24 2002

Scope and Contents

"Printed by Skeptical Press"
box 6, folder 8, item 25

"David Esslemont: Arist, Deigner, Printer, Bookbinder, Publisher" Item 25 2000

Scope and Contents

postcard invitation. "Arion Press"
box 6, folder 8, item 26

"Roycroft Inn, Aurora, N.Y." Item 26 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"Genuine Curteich-Chicago 'C.T. Art-Colortone' post card"
box 6, folder 8, item 27

"To be honest, to be kind..." - Robert louis Stevenson Item 27 1908

Scope and Contents

postcard featuring qoute
box 6, folder 8, item 28

"History in Motion: A Museum on Wheels" Item 28 n.d.

Scope and Contents

postcard soliciting support for the International Printing Museum
box 6, folder 9

Folder 9 Folder 9

box 6, folder 9, item 1

"David Wing and Allwyn O'Mara of Futura Press extend a special welcome..." Item 1 1992

Scope and Contents

letterpress printed coupon in folded paper
box 6, folder 9, item 2-3

"Mike's bar, doing business as usual at Mill's College" Item 2-3 1988 November 15

Scope and Contents

coupons
box 6, folder 9, item 4

"Books Art Institute, University of Alabama: Typography, Printing, Marbling, Papermaking, Binding. A five week workshop" Item 4 1982

box 6, folder 9, item 5

Sherwin Beach Press Postcards Item 5 1992

Scope and Contents

6 postcards in an evelope advertising recent limited editions from the press
box 6, folder 9, item 6

"Pan-American Exposition Card for the Press Co. Meriden, CT." Item 6 1901

Scope and Contents

postcard
box 6, folder 9, item 7

"A new miniture book from The Quail Hill Press: Greek Epigrams - a Selection" Item 7 1983

Scope and Contents

lettpress pritned postcard announcement
box 6, folder 9, item 8

" Lord Lovel, A miniature Book from The Quail Hill Press" Item 8 1982

Scope and Contents

postcard announcement
box 6, folder 9, item 9

Note from the "Press of Arden Park Item 9 1984 March 1

box 6, folder 9, item 10

Note from the "Press of Arden Park Item 10 1984 September 30

box 6, folder 9, item 11

Note from the "Press of Arden Park Item 11 1987 October 19

box 6, folder 9, item 12

Note from the "Press of Arden Park" Item 12 n.d.

box 6, folder 9, item 13

Note from the "Press of Arden Park" Item 13 n.d.

box 6, folder 9, item 14

Note from the "Press of Arden Park" Item 14 1984 November 24

box 6, folder 9, item 15

"The Press of Arden Park Announces publicaiton of..." Item 15 n.d.

Scope and Contents

8 postcard announcments from The Press of Arden Park
announcenemnts for:
The Third International Directory of Private Presses [Letterpress], I Saw a Slave Ship by Gustavus Vassa, Remme's Greatest Ride, A Scandal in Bohemia by Arhur Conan Doyle, A Plea for Vaccination by Benjamin Waterhouse, The Red Headed League by Arthur Conan Doyle, The Door in the Wall by H.G. Wells, and A Case of Identity by Arthur Conan Doyle
box 6, folder 9, item 16

"Pequeno Press presents Haiku Hypothesis by Yohio Matsuda, designed and produced by Pat Baldwin" Item 16 1992 July 17

Scope and Contents

Letter announcement
box 6, folder 9, item 17

"Season's Greeting" from Pequeño Press" Item 17 n.d.

Scope and Contents

surfboard shaped letter
box 6, folder 9, item 18

Pequeño Press receipt Item 18 17 December 1993

box 6, folder 9, item 19

Pequeño Press letter including photos Item 19 1994 July 22

Scope and Contents

5 photos of miniature books offered by the press
box 6, folder 9, item 20

"Dear Friends and Patrons of the Arts and Crafts Press..." Item 20 1998 December 31

Scope and Contents

card featuring ""block print of our shop on Prince street... designed and printed by Yoshiko Yamamoto..."
Signed Bruce Smith and Yoshiko Yamamoto
box 6, folder 9, item 21

"Merry Christmas... From John Henry Nash, Printer" Item 21 n.d.

Scope and Contents

singel fold, letterpress printed Christmas card with envelope
box 6, folder 9, item 22

"greetings from y our firendly commercial printers" Item 22 n.d.

Scope and Contents

holiday greeting card and poem from Datagraphic
box 6, folder 9, item 23

"Merry Christmas ans Happy New Year. Ann and Andre" Item 23 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Christmas card with Emerson quote
box 6, folder 9, item 24

"From 'Heures a l'usage de Chartres.' Simon Vostres, Paris 1502 Item 24 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Card with print on front from "Ann & Andre"
"...printed... at the Clinker Press"
box 6, folder 10

Folder 10 Folder 10

box 6, folder 10, item 1

'With this prayer..." Phil and Lois Lewis Item 1 1995

Scope and Contents

letterpress printed Christmas greeting card
box 6, folder 10, item 2

"The legend tells... - Helen Keller" Item 2 1994

Scope and Contents

Christmas greeting card from Phil and Lois Lewis
box 6, folder 10, item 3

"San Fernando Rey De Espana" Item 3 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Christmas card from Msgr. Francis J. Weber. 2 copies.
box 6, folder 10, item 4

"San Fernando Rey De Espana" Item 4 1991

Scope and Contents

Christmas greeting card from Msgr. Francis J. Weber
box 6, folder 10, item 5

"Sterling Type Foundry" postcard Item 5 1987 April 23

box 6, folder 10, item 6

"Christmas, Donna and Regis Graden" Item 6 2000

Scope and Contents

wood cut print
box 10, item 17

"You and Your Friends are Cordially Invited to see an Exhibition on Five Centuries of The Printed Bible, The Lakeside Press Galleries" Item 17 n.d.

Scope and Contents

12.5"x16.5"
"...wood engraving in three colors was made fort his announcement by Bernard Brussel-Smith"
box 6

The Book Club of California Invitations Sub-Series 2

box 6, folder 11

The Book Club of California Invitations Folder 11 1985-2006

box 6, folder 11, item 1

"The Book Club of California..." Item 1 1985 September

box 7

The Zamorano Club Invitations Sub-Series 3

box 7, folder 1

Zamorano Club Invitations Folder 1 1961, 1975, 1987, 1990 - 1998

box 7, folder 1, item 1

"Christopher Plantin 'My Spiritual Cousin' will be the subject of a talk by our own member Saul Marks" Item 1 1961 October 4

Scope and Contents

letterpress printed
box 7, folder 1, item 2

"Please notify the Secretary of your intention to attend..." Item 2 1975

Scope and Contents

"Urabec-Hoffman hand-made paper. Hoffman printing"
has watermark in the shape of a bird
box 7, folder 1, item 3

"The Zamorano Club April 1, 1987 Meeting. Speaker Sir Nicolas Barker, deputy keeper, the British Library" Item 3 1987 April 1

Scope and Contents

"Eric Gill's Joanna type on front. Opposite a Gill Floriated Capital used with Stanley Morison's Times New Roman Type. Printed on Urabec-Hoffman hand-made paper."
box 7, folder 1, item 4

"The Zamorano Club" Item 4 1990 March 7

box 7, folder 1, item 5

Zamorano Club 1993 June Outing" Item 5 1993 June

box 7, folder 1, item 6

"The Zamorano Club Gaudemus" Item 6 1995 December

Scope and Contents

"Nut Quad Press"
box 7, folder 1, item 7

"The Zamorano Club will enjoy a talk and slide presentation to be given by Edward R. Bosley III..." Item 7 1996 February

Scope and Contents

quarto fold
box 7, folder 1, item 8

"The Zamorano Club will meet..." Item 8 1996 March

Scope and Contents

2 copies
box 7, folder 1, item 9

"Francis Drake" Item 9 1996 May 1

Scope and Contents

"Nut Quad Press"
2 copies
box 7, folder 1, item 10

"The Zamorano Club Welcomes Lisa Cleri Reale..." Item 10 1996 June

box 7, folder 1, item 11

"The Zamorano Club" Item 11 1996 October

Scope and Contents

"Nut Quad press"
2 copies
box 7, folder 1, item 12

"Gaudeamus" Item 12 1996 December

Scope and Contents

stamp of Nut Quad Press on back
box 7, folder 1, item 13

"The Zamorano Club of Los Angeles" Item 13 1997 April

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 1, item 14

"The Decoration of Paper" Item 14 1997 May

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
2 copies
box 7, folder 1, item 15

"The Zamorano Club Meeting... will be addressed by fellow club member Gene G. Freeman..." Item 15 1998 January

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 1, item 16

"The Zamorano Club" Item 16 1998 February

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 1, item 17

"The Zamorano Club will meet..." Item 17 1998 March

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
2 copies
box 7, folder 2

Zamorano Club Invitations Folder 2 1999 - 2003

box 7, folder 2, item 1

"The Zamorano Club Views Jack London" Item 1 199 February

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
2 copies; one blue, one white
box 7, folder 2, item 2

"The Zamorano Club will meet..." Item 2 1999 April

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
2 copies
box 7, folder 2, item 3

"The Zamorano Clubm an Announcement Item 3 1999 May

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 4

"Norman Neuerberg, from Herculaneum to Malibu: The Classical Connection" Item 4 1999 June

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 5

"The Zamorano Club of Los Angeles" Item 5 1999 November

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 6

"The Zamorano Club of Los Angeles" Item 6 2000 February

box 7, folder 2, item 7

"The Sounders Press of Claremont, California" Item 7 2000 March

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 8

"The Zamorano Club will meet..." Item 8 2000 April

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 9

"The Zamorano Club of Los Angeles Item 9 2000 May

Scope and Contents

quarto fold
"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 10

"Memories of an Old Country Priest" Item 10 2000 October

Scope and Contents

"Illustration printed directly from the 19th century wood engraving from the printer's collection. Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 11

"Gaudeamus 2000" Item 11 2000 December

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 12

"In Search of Jedediah Smith in Mexico" Item 12 2001 February

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 13

"The Speaker for the dinner meeting of the Zamorano Club..." Item 13 2001 March

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 14

"The Zamorano Club" Item 14 2001 April

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 15

"The Speaker forthe dinner meeting of the Zamorano Club..." Item 15 2001 May

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 16

"The Zamorano Club of Los Angeles" Item 16 2001 June

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 17

"The Historical Society of Southern California, The Los Angeles Corral of Westerners, The Zamorano Club of Los Angeles" Item 17 2002 June

box 7, folder 2, item 18

"Zamorano Club of Los Angeles Annual Gaudeamus" Item 18 2002 December

box 7, folder 2, item 19

"The Zamorano Club will gather for an address..." Item 19 2003 March

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 20

"The Zamorano Club of Los Angeles" Item 20 2003 April

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 2, item 21

"The Zamorano Club..." Item 21 2003 June

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
2 copies
box 7, folder 3

Zamorano Club Invitations Folder 3 2003 - 2005

box 7, folder 3, item 1

"The Zamorano Club" Item 1 2003 October

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 3, item 2

"Zamorano Club of Los Angeles, Gaudeamus" Item 2 2003 December

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 3, item 3

"The Zamorano Club" Item 3 2004 January

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 3, item 4

"The Zamorano Club" Item 4 2004 February

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 3, item 5

"The Zamorano Club" Item 5 2004 March

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 3, item 6

"The Alps: From Edward Whymper in the 19th Century to the Present..." Item 6 2004 April

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
2 copies
box 7, folder 3, item 7

"At the next meeting..." Item 7 2004 June

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 3, item 8

"The Zamorano Club of Los Angeles..." Item 8 2004 October

box 7, folder 3, item 9

"Early California Mail Service" Item 9 2005 February

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
2 copies
box 7, folder 3, item 10

"The Zamorano Club" Item 10 2005 March

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
2 copies
box 7, folder 3, item 11

"How I got (almost) the Best Sir Richard Burton Collection" Item 11 2005 April

Scope and Contents

"Regis Graden, Printer"
box 7, folder 3, item 12

"In the Dust of the Lewis & Clark Trail" Item 12 2005 May

Scope and Contents

accompanying evelope: "The first printed announcenemnt by Andre Chaves after uninterrupted run by Regis"
box 7, folder 3, item 13

"Memories" Item 13 2005 October

Scope and Contents

"Cinker Press"
box 7, folder 3, item 14

"Dear Richman, Dear Goose..." Item 14 2005 November

box 7, folder 3, item 15

"Of the sea and books there is no end..." Item 15 n.d.

box 7, folder 3, item 16

Zamorano club place name for Regis Item 16 n.d.

Scope and Contents

two
box 7

Business Cards Sub-Series 4

box 7, folder 4

Folder 4 Folder 4

box 7, folder 4, item 1

"Regis M. Graden" Item 1 n.d.

Scope and Contents

collection highlight
box 7, folder 4, item 2

"Nut Quad Press: Fine Letterpress Printing, Limited Editions, Keepsakes. Regis M. Graden, Printer" Item 2 n.d.

Scope and Contents

collection highlight
box 7, folder 4, item 3

"Donna Graden" Item 3 n.d.

Scope and Contents

collection highlight
box 7, folder 4, item 4

"Maggs Bros. LTD:Rare books, autographs, manuscripts and miniatures" Item 4 n.d.

box 7, folder 4, item 5

"Dodd Mead & Co." Item 5 1907

Scope and Contents

"Book Plate Calendar"
box 7, folder 4, item 6

"Dillard Printing Co." Item 6 n.d.

Scope and Contents

13 business cards, and samples of type
box 7, folder 4, item 7

"Desire: Antique Clothes and Furnishings" Item 7 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"P.J. Press - platten letter"
box 7, folder 4, item 8

"David W. Peat, Hobby Printer" Item 8 n.d.

box 7

Menus and Programs Series 8

box 7, folder 5

Folder 5 Folder 5

box 7, folder 5, item 1

"Los Angeles Typographical Union, No. 174. Golden Junilee, 1875-1925" Item 1 1925 November 8

Scope and Contents

Bound booklet with menu, program of events, and history of the union. Also includes business card of Msgr. Francis J. Weber
box 7, folder 5, item 2

"London Master Printers Association Twenty-Eighth Annual Dinner and Presentation to George W. Jones" Item 2 1930 May 21

box 7, folder 5, item 3

"The William Andrews Clark Memorial Library's Fourth Annual Founder's Day Celebration" Item 3 1948 June 6

Scope and Contents

"Printed by Grant Dahlstrom at the Castle Press, Pasadena"
box 7, folder 5, item 4

"Zamorano & Roxburghe" Item 4 1953 September 12

Scope and Contents

"Adrian Wilson, printer"
box 7, folder 5, item 5

"Fred Hoseman, Luncheon" Item 5 1959 June 26

Scope and Contents

"printed at the Grabhorn Press, San Francisco"
pencilled on back: "Gift of Mrs. Edwin Grabhorn. 4.29.69. Duplicate"
box 7, folder 5, item 6

"Zamorano, June Outing" Item 6 1993 June 26

Scope and Contents

"Printed by Regis Graden at Nut Quad Press"
Signed by all members in attendance
box 7, folder 5, item 7

"The Twenty-Second Joint Meeting Dinner of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs" Item 7 1994

box 7, folder 5, item 8

"Ward Ritchie: 90th Birthday Tribute Luncheon" Item 8 1995 June 4

Scope and Contents

2 copies
box 7, folder 5, item 9

"Miniature Book Society, Inc. Grand Conclave XIII, Banquet Menu" Item 9 1995 September 3

Scope and Contents

"Nut Quad Press"
box 7, folder 5, item 10

"Historical Society of California: 'The Spirit of History in Southern California'" Item 10 1996 March 21

box 7, folder 5, item 11

"Memorial Service for Dr. Norman Neuerberg (1926-1997) Item 11 1997 December 28

box 7, folder 6

Folder 6 Folder 6

box 7, folder 6, item 1

"Twenty-Fourth Joint Meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs" Item 1 1998 October

Scope and Contents

"Menu designed by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr., Hugh C. Tolford and Gene G. Freeman. printed Letterpress by Regis Graden"
box 7, folder 6, item 2

"Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the American Printing History Association: Chicago Printing History" Item 2 1998 October

Scope and Contents

"Decorations are adapted from designs made for Way and Williams, publishers in Chicago, 1895-1898. By Bruce Rogers, Frank Hazenplug, and Maxfield Parrish"
box 7, folder 6, item 3

"Historical Society of Southern California Presents the George A.V. Dunning Lecture" Item 3 1999 November 14

Scope and Contents

Doyce B. Nunis, Jr., speaker
box 7, folder 6, item 4

"24th Annual Conference of the American Printing Hsitory Association. A Century of Book Design in Europe and America: Printing, Practitioners, and Presses" Item 4 1999 October

box 7, folder 6, item 5

"Vivian Weinstein: In Memoriam, 1917-2000" Item 5 2001 January 13

Scope and Contents

"Nut Quad Press"
box 7, folder 6, item 6

"The Roxburghe Club of San Francisco and The Zamorano Club, Meeting jointly... Saturday, Pocket Schedule" Item 6 2000 October 14

box 7, folder 6, item 7

"Twenty-Fifth Joint Meeting of the Zamorano and Roxburghe Clubs" Item 7 2000 October

Scope and Contents

"130 copies printed and handset by Jack W. Stauffacher of the Greenwood Press. Set in Hunt Roman and Kis-Kursive types. Printed on Somerset Velvet buff papers."
two copies, one signed by Jack Stauffacher
box 7, folder 6, item 8

"Glen Dawson at Ninety: A Celebration" Item 8 2002 June 15

Scope and Contents

"...sponsored by The Historical Society of Southern California, The Los Angeles Corral of Westerners, The Zamorano CLub of Los Angeles"
box 7, folder 6, item 9

"Changing Currents: Rare Books in the Modern World, A Symposium" Item 9 2004 May 22

Scope and Contents

"The Fellowship of American Bibliographic Societies"
box 7

Bookmarks Series 9

box 7, folder 7

Folder 7 Folder 7

box 7, folder 7, item 1

"It is a good thing..." Item 1 2004

Scope and Contents

"FABS Book Tour... Regis Graden, The Zamorano Club of Los Angeles"
box 7, folder 7, item 2

"It is a good thing..." Item 2 1996 December 4

Scope and Contents

"Zamorano Club Gaudeamus"
back: "Nut Quad Press"
box 7, folder 7, item 3

"I set out to beg my food... - Ryokan" Item 3 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"Clinker Press"
box 7, folder 7, item 4

"Poetry heals the wounds inflicted by reason - Novalis" Item 4 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"The Clinker Press"
box 7, folder 7, item 5

"So we beat on; boats against the current... - F.S. Fitzgerald" Item 5 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"The Clinker Press"
2 copies
box 7, folder 7, item 6

"Somehow, by way of the downright brutality... - Frank Lloyd Wright on the Hollyhock House" Item 6 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"Clinker Press"
box 7, folder 7, item 7

"There is no thrift in craft... - F.L. Wright" Item 7 n.d.

 

Periodicals and Newsletters Series 10

 

Periodicals Sub-Series 1

box 7, folder 8

"Little Journeys to the Homes of..." Folder 8

box 7, folder 8, item 1

"Little Journeys to the Homes of Eminent Artists: Raphael" by Elbert Hubbard, Vol. X. No. I Item 1 1902 January

box 7, folder 8, item 2

"Little Journeys to the Homes of Eminent Orators: Edmund Burke" by Elbert Hubbard, Vol. XII, No. 5 Item 2 1903 May

box 7, folder 8, item 3

"Little Journeys to the Homes of Great Business Men: H.H. Rogers" by Elbert Hubbard, Vol. 25, No. 5 Item 3 1909

Scope and Contents

"Done into a book by the Roycrofters..."
box 7, folder 9

Folder 9 Folder 9

box 7, folder 9, item 1

"The Skookum: The Junior Number" Item 1 1910 January

box 7, folder 9, item 2

The Graphic Arts Monthly and the Printing Industry Item 2 1946 July

box 7, folder 9, item 3

The Business Printer Item 3 1935 July - 1935 August

Scope and Contents

"Ottmar Mergenthaler" by Frank Pearson
"Printed as a special historical edition"
"Porte Publishing Company"
box 7, folder 9, item 4

The Branding Iron: The Westerners Los Angeles Corral, No. 240, Summer Item 4 2005

box 7, folder 9, item 5

The Branding Iron: The Westerners Los Angeles Corral, No. 241, Fall Item 5 2005

box 7, folder 9, item 6

The Branding Iron: The Westerners Los Angeles Corral, No. 239, Spring Item 6 2005

box 7, folder 9, item 7

Linonotes, Vol. 1, No. 3 Item 7 1991 November

Scope and Contents

"Bruce N. Washbish, Co-Editor, Anchor & Acorn Press, Marlan (Linomarl) Beike, Co-editor, Quintessense Working Press-Room"
box 8, folder 1

Folder 1 Folder 1

box 8, folder 1, item 1

The Latterday Pamphlets, Number 1: "The Death and Adventures of Cecil Jardine" by William Murrell Item 1 Spring 1928

Scope and Contents

"150 copies printed by Paul Johnson"
box 8, folder 1, item 2

Printing History: The Jorunal of the American Printing History Association, Vol. XXIV, No. 2 Item 2 2005

box 8, folder 1, item 3

Typographica: A Pamphlet Devoted to Typography and Letter Design, No. 3 Item 3 1916 March

Scope and Contents

"Frederic W. Goudy, The Village Press & Letter Foundery, New York"
"Presswork by C.E. Ruckstuhl"
box 8, folder 1, item 4

The San Francisco Printer, Vol. 6, No. 11 Item 4 1940 June

box 8, folder 1, item 5

The San Francisco Printer, Vol. 4, No. 10 Item 5 1930 December

Scope and Contents

pages 21-32 unattached
box 8, folder 1, item 6

Westways, vol. 76, no. 11 Item 6 1975 November

box 10, item 18

Upper and Lower Case: The International Journal of Graphic Design and Digital Media, vol. 23, no. 2 Item 18 Fall 1996

Scope and Contents

"Published by International Typeface Corporation"
box 8

Newsletters Sub-Series 2

box 8, folder 2

Folder 2 Folder 2

box 8, folder 2, item 1

"Carolyn ad James Robertson, Publishers, The Yolla Bolly Press' Item 1 1983 November 7

Scope and Contents

2 page newsletter from the press
box 8, folder 2, item 2

"Special Casting: Caslon & Van Djick from Harold Berliner's Typefoundry" Item 2 Fall 1986

Scope and Contents

Newsletter including showing of Van Djick type, order form, and announcment of the pubcliation of the broadside A specimen of Lutetia
box 8, folder 2, item 3

"Harold Berliner's Typefoundry: News of the Foundry" Item 3 Autumn 1988

Scope and Contents

"Cover illustration, The Typefounder from Jost Amman's The Books of Trades, Fankfurt: 1568"
box 8, folder 2, item 4

"Arion Press Subscription" Item 4 1987

box 8, folder 2, item 5

Craft-O-Grafs, Annual Paper Night Issue Item 5 1960 April

Scope and Contents

"Publisher: Richard  Hoffman"
"Written by Charlie Sotvel... Reprinted in loving tribute by John Murray... at the College Press, Los Angeles City College"
box 8, folder 2, item 6

ATF Newsletter 33 Item 6 2009 October

Scope and Contents

"The cover is printed in II colors via letterpress utilizing tint blocks cut for the purpose by Jim Rimmer. Presswork and ink were done by the editor [Rich Hopkins]. A 10x15 Heidelberg was used. .. "
box 8, folder 2, item 7

"Dawson's Book News" No. 1 Item 7 1997 March

box 8, folder 2, item 8

Book Farm Item 8 Winter 1985

Scope and Contents

"The Yolla Bolly Press"
box 8, folder 3

Folder 3 Folder 3

box 8, folder 3, item 1

Parenthesis: The Newsletter of The Fine Press Book Association, No. 1 Item 1 1998 May

Scope and Contents

"The jacket is printed by the Whittington Press. The pockoir illustration on the front cover was cut by Vance Gerry in Pasadena, California and stecillled at Whittington by Anthea Steel""
box 8, folder 4

Folder 4 Folder 4

 

Clippings Sub-Series 3

box 8, folder 4

Folder 4 Folder 4

box 8, folder 4, item 1

Polychronicon - Higden Item 1 1527

Scope and Contents

Leaf of music
"Printed by Peter Treveris, England, Third Edition.... It is the first English printed book in which musical notation occurs"
box 8, folder 4, item 2

"Veterus et Novi Testamenti: A Rare Black Letter Bible" Item 2 1497

Scope and Contents

incunabula leaf. "Printed in Strassburg 1497 by J.R. Grueninger"
collection highlight
box 8, folder 4, item 3

"Delitera" Item 3 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Incunabula leaf
collection highlight
box 8, folder 4, item 4

Hartius Flaccus, Quintus Opera Item 4 1482 August

Scope and Contents

"Printed by Antoniodi Batolommeo Miscomini in Florence... Commentary by Christophorus Landinus"
Collection highlight
box 8, folder 4, item 5

"Postilla super Bibliam cum additionibus Paul a Santa Maria" edited by Matthias Doerine Item 5 1481

Scope and Contents

"Nürnberg: Anton Koberger... Book of Amos"
Collectiomn highlight
box 8, folder 4, item 6

Incunabula leaf from "Hypnerotomachia Poliphili" by Francesco Colonna Item 6 1499

Scope and Contents

"Printed by Aldus manutius in 1499... Leaf contains a woodcut on recto depicting a strapwrok shield; on verso the woodcut depcits a symbolic object... type is set in Italian"
collection highlight
box 8, folder 4, item 7

Opera Omnia by Angelus Politanus Item 7 1498

Scope and Contents

Incunabula leaf "Printed by Aldus Manutius... Type is set in Italia with generous use of diphtongs and long s characters"
collection hightlight
box 8, folder 4, item 8

Incunabula leaf, Schonsberger Publication Item 8 1496

Scope and Contents

collection highlight
information from envelope. "Nuremberg"
box 8, folder 4, item 9

Geo P. Prowell & Co's American Newspaper Reporter and Printers Gazette, Vol. VII, No. 33 Item 9 1873 August 18

Scope and Contents

Signature from collection of bound periodicals
box 8, folder 5

Folder 5 Folder 5

box 8, folder 5, item 1

"The Collection and the Collected: Notes on Our Recent Miniature Book Exhibit" by Alan Dietch Item 1 1992 Fall

Scope and Contents

"Reprinted from The Book Club of California Quarterly Newsletter, Vol. LVII, No. 4"
box 8, folder 5, item 2

San Francisco Chronicle Magazine Item 2 2003 April 20

Scope and Contents

Reprint by The Arion Press, of cover story about The Arion Press. Includes a reprintgof article from Preservation, information about the Grabhorn Institue, leaflets about the Arion Press,and a piece of moveable type.
box 10, item 21

"To Soong mei Ling, Madame Chiang kai-Shek, Honored Guest of America" Item 21 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Signature from 'Madame Chiang kai-Shek" with invoice describing it in greater detail. From the Grabhorn press.
box 10, item 22

"12. John Beaufort, Duke and Earl of Somerset, and Knight of the Garter" Item 22 1689

Scope and Contents

page 327 from A Genealogical History of the Kings of England. Date taken from printed note on bottom of leaf
box 10, item 23

"Typeface Designer Hermann Zapf Employs Computer Integration" Item 23 n.d.

Scope and Contents

newspaper clipping
box 10, item 24

"Printer's Life is Happily Typecast" by Susan Surges Item 24 1981 September 6

Scope and Contents

newspaper clipping from Los Angeles Times about Richard Hoffman. Two pages
box 10, item 25

Scientific American Supplement, Vol. II, No. 37 Item 25 1876 September 9

Scope and Contents

signature from bound periodical
box 10, item 26

Ladies' Enterprise, Vol. III, No. 4 Item 26 1856 January 26

box 10, item 27

The TImes, No. 15,460, London Item 27 1834 April 24

Scope and Contents

Folded leaf
 

Catalogs Series 11

box 8

Catalogs and Bibliographies Sub-Series 1

box 8, folder 6

Folder 6 Folder 6

box 8, folder 6, item 1

"Pequeño Press: Catalog of our miniature books in print" Item 1 October 1993

box 8, folder 6, item 2

"Original Woodblocks drwan by Randolh and Engraved by Edmund Evans" Gail Klemm - Books Item 2 1972

Scope and Contents

"Catalogue Three"
box 8, folder 6, item 3

"Catalogue 473: Mostly Printing" Dawson's Book Shop Item 3 August 1983

box 8, folder 6, item 4

"A Catalog of Roycroft Books and Things, Year Nine" Item 4 1905

box 8, folder 6, item 5

"The Private Press of Harold Berliner, Books and Broadsides: 1988" Item 5 1988

box 8, folder 6, item 7

"Books about Printing for Printers, Book Collectors, Type Buffs, Bibliographers & Libraries Item 7 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"Richard J. Hoffman, printer"
In original evelope
box 8, folder 7

Folder 7 Folder 7

box 8, folder 7, item 1

"Will Cheney at 90: Catalogue of an Exhibition at The William Andrews Clark Memorial Library" Item 1 1997

Scope and Contents

"Printed in an edition of 300 copies at The Castle Press, Pasadena, California..."
box 8, folder 7, item 2

"'This Powerfull rime' A Selection from the Library of Abel E.Berland, Exhibited at The Grolier Club" Item 2 1992

Scope and Contents

card inside: "125 copies Presented to the members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs on the occasion of their Joint Meeting"
"Exhibited at the Grolier Club 27 January through 30 March 1975"
"Cover by Lynn Martin"
box 8, folder 7, item 3

"Fifteen Folden years, 1955-1970: A Selection of Notable Acquisitions" Mary Norton Clapp Library, Occidental College, Los Angeles, California Item 3 20 January 1971

box 8, folder 7, item 4

"To Our Subscribers: Hail and Farewell" Item 4 1937

Scope and Contents

"The Grabhorn Press"
List of series printed by the press from 1932 to 1937
box 8, folder 7, item 5

"Miniature Book Collection at The Huntington Library, San Marino, California, Selected Bibliogrpahy" by Lenora Schull Item 5 April 1996

Scope and Contents

"Repritned from the Miniature Book Society Newsletter"
box 8, folder 7, item 6

Christie's East: Printed Books and Manuscripts Including Printing History and Reference Item 6 20 March 2001

box 8, folder 8

Folder 8 Folder 8

box 8, folder 8, item 1

"Inland Printers: The Fine-Press Movement in Chicago,1920-45" Introduction by Paul F. Gehl Item 1 2003

Scope and Contents

"Published in connection with the exhibition 'Inland Printers: The Fine-Press Movement in Chicago,1920-45,' organized by the Caxton Club of Chicago... Cover letterpress by William Hesterberg, The HEsterberg Press. Designed by Matthew J. Doherty. Printed by The Stinehour Press"
box 8, folder 8, item 2

"The Forty-Second Western Books Exhibition, The Rounce and Coffin Club" Item 2 1983

box 8, folder 8, item 3

"The 54th Western Books Exhibition, The Rounce and Coffin Club" Item 3 1995

Scope and Contents

"Catalog design - Don Nelson; Brush lettering - Bonnie Nelson; Tlting - Alcuin by Gudrun Zapf von Hesse; Text - Stone Sans; Printed offset on recylced paper"
box 8, folder 8, item 4

"Western Books: The 56th Annual Exhibition, The Rounce and Coffin Club of Los Angeles" Item 4 1997

Scope and Contents

"Catalog design - Don Nelson; Cover design - Vance Gerry; Printing - The House of Printing, Pasadena"
box 8, folder 9

Folder 9 Folder 9

box 8, folder 9, item 1

"Western Books Exhibition: The 57th Annual Exhibition, The Rounce and Coffin Club of Los Angeles" Item 1 1998

Scope and Contents

"Catalog design - Don Nelson; Cover design - Bonnie Nelson with some help from Charles Dana Gibson; Printing - The House of Printing, Pasadena"
box 8, folder 9, item 2

"Western Books Exhibition: The 58th Annual Exhibition, The Rounce and Coffin Club of Los Angeles" Item 2 1999

box 8, folder 9, item 3

"Western Books Exhibition: The 59th Annual Exhibition, The Rounce and Coffin Club of Los Angeles" Item 3 2000

box 8, folder 9, item 4

"The 62nd Annual Western Books Exhibition, The Rounce and Coffin Club of Los Angeles" Item 4 2003

box 9

Directories Sub-Series 2

box 9, folder 1

Directories Folder 1

box 9, folder 1, item 1

"Antiquarian Booksellers' of Association of America Directory, Sourthern California Chapter" Item 1 1996

Scope and Contents

"Cover illustration by Vance Gerry, Printed by Patrick Reagh, Sebastopol, California"
2 copies
box 9, folder 1, item 2

"APHA Directory: American Printing History Association" Item 2 1997

 

Specimen Books Sub-Series 3

box 9, folder 2

Folder 2 Folder 2

box 9, folder 2, item 1

"Monotype Composition Faces" Harold Berliner's Typefoundry Item 1 1984

Scope and Contents

Includes "Stocked Fonts, Spacing Ornaments, Price List, April 1985"
box 9, folder 2, item 2

"Handy Type Index and Price List" American Type Founders Item 2 January 1958

box 9, folder 2, item 3

ATF (American Type Founders): Ornaments and Typographic Accessories" Item 3 1957 June

box 9, folder 2, item 4

"American Type Founders: Script and Semiscript Faces" Item 4 n.d.

box 9, folder 2, item 5

"American Type Founders: Plain Display Gothics" Item 5 n.d.

box 9, folder 2, item 6

"American Type Founders: Spartan Family" Item 6 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"Printed on ATF Kellys"
box 9, folder 2, item 7

"Lintoype Fairfield: A New Type Face Designed by Rudolph Ruzicka" Item 7 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"Mergenthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, New York"
box 9, folder 2, item 8

"The Omnibus of Type Faces: 1100 specimens of machine and hand-set type faces available in the United States, checked by each of the type founders, and the largest known compilation of tis kind" from the Eighth Graphic Arts Yearbook Item 8 1948

Scope and Contents

"Colton Press"
box 9, folder 3

Folder 3 Folder 3

box 9, folder 3, item 1

"Stock Cuts for Printers - Publishers - Advertisers" from Gregor's Cut Service, vol. 2 Item 1 n.d.

box 9, folder 3, item 2

"The Printing Salesman's herland, Book 39: Dedicatedd to the work of Herman Zapf" from Champion Papers Item 2 1978

box 9, folder 3, item 3

"Wood Type: Low Cost Display Lines" from Hamilton Manufacturing Company Item 3 n.d.

box 9, folder 3, item 4

"Murray Hill" from American Type Founders (ATF) Item 4 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"Murray Hill was designed for ATF by Emil J. Klumpp"
box 9, folder 3, item 5

"Murray Hill Bold" from American Type Founders (ATF) Item 5 n.d.

box 9, folder 3, item 6

"Miscellaneous Monotype borders and Ornaments including specimens of Bemobo, Dante Walbaum..." At the Press & letterfoundry of Michael and Winifred Bixler" Item 6 1995

box 10, item 19

"Dale Guild Type Foundry" Item 19 1993

Scope and Contents

Singel page specimen sheet with envelope
box 10, item 20

"Index of Authentic Moveable Types" from Vernon Simpson, Typographers" Item 20 n.d.

Scope and Contents

11.5"x17" folded sheet with extra specimen sheet included
 

Printing Artifacts Series 12

box 9

Printed Items about Printing Sub-Series 1

box 9, folder 4

Folder 4 Folder 4

box 9, folder 4, item 1

"Rollers Recast in 5 Minutes! Bradshaw, SR., Printing Equipment 7 Rollers" Item 1 n.d.

Scope and Contents

advertisement
box 9, folder 4, item 2

"Paper isn't Expensive if you Pay Enough for it!" Crane Item 2 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Brochure advertising different types of papers offered by Crane using samples of their paper. "Design: Chermayeff *Geismar Associates. Photography: David Katzenstein"
box 9, folder 4, item 3

"The Sattler Press" Item 3 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Booklet with information on the Sattler press machine, including pictures. Published by The Sattler Press Co.
box 9, folder 4, item 4

"C.R. Carver Company, Manufacturers of Automatic Steel Die and Plate Ppesses" Item 4 n.d.

Scope and Contents

22 page booklet detailing the different machines offered by the company
box 9, folder 4, item 5

"Printshop Service" Wood & Jones Item 5 1915

Scope and Contents

self advertising booklet. "Pasadena, California"
box 9, folder 4, item 6

"Carpenter/Offutt is the Heavyweight of Lightweights" Carpenter/Offutt Paper Item 6 1979

Scope and Contents

Booklet with information on weighs and costs of different papers. "Printed by John McCoy Printers. Cover: 80# tweed, Light Gray, Text: 80# tweedweave Text, Regular white"
box 9, folder 4, item 7

"Rocket Roller" Ideal Roller & MFG. Co. Item 7 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Leaflet of care instructions
box 9, folder 4, item 8

"Lintotype Life Extentions: General Maitenance (Part I) Routine Checkups, Cleaning and Lubrication" Item 8 1942

Scope and Contents

23 page booklet
box 9, folder 4, item 9

"Transparent Proofs from Type Forms: Government Printing Office Process" Item 9 n.d.

Scope and Contents

"GPO Research and Engineering council of The Graphic Arts Inductry, Inc., Compoistion Series No. 3"
box 9, folder 4, item 10

"Type Order Form: American Type Founders Sales Corporation" and "Space and Quads Order Form" Item 10 n.d.

Scope and Contents

blank form
box 9, folder 4, item 11

"The Cronite Co." Item 11 1948 July 16

Scope and Contents

Invoice for modern die stamping press for Myer & Myer Eng. Co.
box 9, folder 4, item 12

"Printer's Hat at Green Dolphon Press" Item 12 1999 March 13

Scope and Contents

Instructions on how to make a paper printer's hat, with illustrations. "Courtesy of Eyre & Spotiswoode, Ltd."
3 pages
 

Printing Artifacts Sub-Series 2

box 9

Miscellaneous Series 13

box 9, folder 5

Miscellaneous Folder 5

box 9, folder 5, item 1

"Oakland Tribune's Diary" Item 1 1913

Scope and Contents

98 page diary with leather cover, "The Standard Year-Book"
"Laird and Lee's Diary and Time Saver, copyright 1912, William H. Lee"
Identification information written in: "Full name: Benjamin Franklin Kopf. Residence: 1015 82nd ave. Office phone: Elm 554-. City, Town, State: Oakland, Cal.... In case of accident... please notify Mrs. M. Kopf"
only September 29, 1912 - November 18, 1912 filled in
pencilled in top of first page: "RMG / CA Hist"
Includes newspaper clipping of "A Serenade" from Yale Record
box 9, folder 5, item 2

"Office of Virginia Evening Chronicle" affidavit Item 2 1879 May 7

Scope and Contents

"Virginia Evening Chronicle, Virginia City, Nevada... Afficadit of publication regarding an insolvency attached to form for Dan Lyons sweara that he is a white male citizen of the United States and is competent to serve as a witness in their insolvency case. Subscribed before the Coclerk J.C. McDonald"
"Affidavit of Publication of... O.W. Ward"
box 9, folder 6

Oral History of Richard J. Hoffman Folder 6 1982

Scope and Contents

Five CDs, digitized from casette tapes. Includes photo of Hoffman at his printing press
box 9, folder 6, item 1

CD of Tape #1, Side A Item 1 1982

Scope and Contents

Biographical information on Richard Hoffman, including his childhood and information about his parents
box 9, folder 6, item 2

CD of Tape #2, Side A Item 2 1982

Scope and Contents

Hoffman discusses early printing experiences, the printing program at the Los Angeles Junior College, his goals for the printing program at Los Angeles State College which he set up, his diverse printing endeavors, and his printing style.
box 9, folder 6, item 3

CD of Tape #2 Side B Item 3 1982 April 14

Scope and Contents

Hoffman discusses he Victor Carter Citizenship Award, conferences he attended, his travels throughout Europe, Asia and the United States, and fine printers in Southern California, including Ward Ritchie and Vance Gerry
box 9, folder 6, item 4

CD of Tape #3 Side A Item 4 1982 April 20

Scope and Contents

Hoffman discusses his book design process, his approach to different design problems, different types of press machines, his health problems, the dissapearance of letterpress printing from commercial printing, and book binding in Los Angeles.
box 9, folder 6, item 5

CD of Tape #3 Side B Item 5

Scope and Contents

Hoffman discusses the American Type Founders, members of the Rounce and Coffin Club including Lawrence Clark Powell, Greg Anderson, Ward Ritchie, Grant Dahlstrom [phonetic], and other members. He also disccuses the Western Books Exhibition, the place of ephemera in printing, his own collection of ephemera, and describes his "printing chappel"
 

Framed Items Series 14

box 11, item 1

Leaf from a Dutch Book of Hours Item 1

Scope and Contents

"15th century. Elaborately illuminated with colorful borders. Initials in gold, lapus lazuli and rose. Text in red and black."
Frame 6.5"x7"
Business card of Msgr. Francis J. Weber attached to back
box 11, item 2

Printing themed postage stamps Item 2

Scope and Contents

14 postage stamps pertaining to printing mounted and in 14"x6" frame. Includes stamps from Spain, Germany, Israel, Austria, the United States, and Poland
box 11, item 3

Leaf from M.T. Cicero's Cato Major Item 3 1744

Scope and Contents

"Printed by Benjamin Franklin and which he conidered his 'mechanical' masterpiece.' Franklin referred to this as the first translation of a classic made in the Western World. The traslation was made by Chief Justice James Logan of Philidelphia"
frame 11.5"x9.5"
box 11, item 4

Leaf from Book of Hours Item 4

Scope and Contents

"Vellum leaf, mid 15th century"
Text in red and black, beautifully illuminated capital letters with floral decoration
11.5"x9" frame
box 12, item 1

Leaf from Book of Hours Item 1

Scope and Contents

"Mid 15th century. Bright and clean"
Beautifully illuminated with colorful floral border. Text is red and brown
mounted in 9"x10.5" frame
box 12, item 2

Portrait of John Henry Nash, Printer. "ÆTATIS SUÆ LVII" Item 2 1928

Scope and Contents

Signed Georges Plasse.
Business card of Archdiocese of Los Angeles attached to back of frame
11.5"x9.5" wooden frame
box 12, item 3

Leaf from Anno Regni Duodecimo Georogii II. Regis Item 3

Scope and Contents

"Chap. CCCXLIV"
16"x11" frame
box 13, item 1

Portrait of man and moveable type Item 1

Scope and Contents

12.5"x12.5" frame
box 13, item 2

Two mounted checks from the Kelsey Press Company Item 2 1894, 1899

Scope and Contents

16"x16" frame; glass not secure in frame
box 13, item 3

"The Practice of Typography..." Item 3

Scope and Contents

Print of quote by Daniel Berkeley Updike about printing, with image of a man working with moveable type in red ink at the top
13"x16" frame
box 13, item 4

Potrait of Frederic W. Goudy by Alexander Stern Item 4 1938

Scope and Contents

Goudy relaxes in chair in room of books. Done in ink
18"x20" frame
item 4

Page from the Nuremberg Chronicle Item 4 1493

Scope and Contents

"[Incunabulum Leaf] from the Nuremberg Chronicle. First Ed. Folio. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger. The Nuremberg World Chronicle was compiled by Dr. Hartman Schedel and contains numerous woodcuts of two noted artists, Michael Wolgemut and his stepson, William Pleydenwurff. Printed by Anton Koberger, a one-time baker in 1493, the World Chronicle was his most successful venture throughout his more than 50 years in the printing business. This leaf has 5 woodcuts by Wolgemut and Pleydenwurff, three on recto, two on verso; attracitvely matted."
Text in black and red
18"x23" frame.
Displayed in 4410D Scholar's Room
item 5

Leaf from the Kelmscott Chaucer Item 5 1867

Scope and Contents

Collection highlight. Displayed in room 4410 in 21"x18" frame
"The Phisiciens Tale"
"Printed... at William Morris' The Kelmscott Press... 'I began printing with the hope of producing some which would have a definite claim to beauty, while at the same time should be easy to read and should not dazzle the eye, or trouble the intellect of the reader by eccentricity of form in the letters.' William Morris"
 

Miniatures Series 15 1906, 1937, 1972-2004

box 14, item 1

Three Blank Books Item 1 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Three 1"x2" hard bound blank books with bookmarks inside cardboard stand. Sticker on bottom "Il Papiro, Made in Italy"
box 14, item 2

"Important Titles" by John Peter Lathourakis, Tabula Rasa Press Item 2 1992

Scope and Contents

Two 2.2x2.25" quarter bound books listing titles of blank books "Printed in an edition of 200 copies signed and numbered. This is copy number 91" second copy is numbered 148
box 14, item 3

A Bibliography of California's Miniature Mission Books by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 3 1993

Scope and Contents

2x2.25" book, 40 pages. Junipero Serra Press. "The type used in this book is Gilliard. Printed letterpress and bound by Tabula Rasa Press in an edition of 125 copies" unnumbered. Two copies.
box 14, item 4

"Weber's 100: Miniature Books Written or Edited by Msg. Francis J. Weber, 1969-1994" Item 4 1994

Scope and Contents

2.5x3" catalog with paper cover. "Keepsake for Miniature Book Society, Ottawa… Presented by Dawson's Book Shop, Los Angeles." Two copies, one signed
box 14, item 5

Bibliography of The Ash Ranch Press, Est. 1984 Item 5 1993

Scope and Contents

3"x2.5" clothbound 40 page miniature. "Photocomposed at Valley Graphics by Robert R. Cole, Jr. using 8 point Cochin and Cochin Italic. Printed at International Graphics on Mohawk Tomahawk Paper. Handbound by Donald Brandy. Marble endpaper design by Diane Mauer. Designed and produced by Rebecca Saady Bingham for the Miniature Book Society, Inc., in an edition of 500 copies." Two copies
box 14, item 6

"Autographs of Miniature Book Publishers" Item 6 1983

Scope and Contents

Two 3"x2" single leaves held together with a rubberband between plastic covers. "Tamazunchale Press, Newton, 250 copies" hand numbered 188 and 203. Two copies
box 14, item 7

Százévs A Typographia Item 7 1970

Scope and Contents

1.75"2.5" hardbound book celebrating the 100th anniversary of "Typographia," the official newspaper of the Hungarian Union of Printing, Paper and Press Workers, and reproduces a collection of the most interseting articles that have appeared in the paper over the last 100 years. In Hungarian, Russian, English, French, German, and Spanish. Introduction by Kimmel Emil.  "Atheneaum Nyomda, Budapest"
box 14, item 8

"The Plantin Press" by Frank Irwin, with Illustrations by Joseph Powell Item 8 1978 April

Scope and Contents

2x2.25 in. Book bound in white leather. "This edition is limited to 325 copies of which this is number 101" hand numbered and signed. "The text for this book was set by hand in 6 pt. Bulmer Roman typ and printed at The Hillside Press... Hand Bound by Hugo Grummich at the Cincinatti Bindery, Inc.
box 14, item 9

Autobiography of William M. Cheney, an Auck Autobiography Item 9 1967

Scope and Contents

2.5"x3" cloth bound book. Also includes "How to Print in One Easy Lesson," Photographs by Grant Dahlstrom, September 1955. "Printing by W.M.C., Lithography and paper by George Kinney of the Castle Press. Frontispiece: A slate cut by david Kindersley. Binding by Bela Blau. Published by Dawson's Book Shop
box 14, item 10

"The Suppressed Portraits of W.M. Cheyney" Charleston Item 10 1998

Scope and Contents

Two 2.4x2.8" booklets with paper cover "…issued for the Miniature Book Society 16th Grand Conclave. Mary Helen and Glen Dawson"
box 14, item 11

Edward H. Bohlin: Saddle Maker for the Star, 1895-1995, Designed and Edited by John T. Reynolds Item 11 1995

Scope and Contents

3"x4" leather bound book inside cardboard holder. Contains tribute by Walter H. Danielson, Swedish Consul Emeritus, given June 2, 1980. Signed by John T. Reynold, Danielson, and Lillian Bohlin Pinkerton, Mariana Blau, and Regis Graden. "Celebrating the 100th Birthday of Edward Helge Bohlin, May 12, 1995. Centennial Silver Edition, Limited to 100 copies of which this is Copy No. 64"
"The type used throughout is Garamond. The paper is Mohawk Superfine. This book has been printed letterpress by Regis Graden at Nut Quad Press in San Fernando. All editions have been bound by Mariana Blau in her bookbindery in Los Angeles."
box 14, item 12

"Portraits of Some Famous Printers" Drawn by Herschel Logan Item 12 1992

Scope and Contents

2x2.75 in. Clothbound book. "This edition is lmited to 150 copies as a keepsake for the 1992 Joint Meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs. Sponsors are Zamorano Club members: K, Chinn, R Hart, J. Lorson, M. Nunn, S. Robinson, J.R. Selmer, and Msgr. F.J. Weber… Design by Vance Gerry, printing by Patrick Reagh; and binding by Bela Blau."
box 14, item 13

"Glen Dawson: A Bookman Turns 80" by Thomas F. Andrews Item 13 1992 June

Scope and Contents

2x3" booklet with papercover, "of this keepsake, 300 copies were printed by Patrick Reagh Printers, Glendale. Designed by Scott Freutel and bound by Ruth Hoffman. Composed in Monotype Baskerville types" Two copies, one signed Tom Andrews
box 14, item 14

"William Randolph Hearst" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 14 1992

Scope and Contents

1.5x2.5 in clothbound, 28 pages. "150 copies printed by John Lathourakis at the Tabula Rasa Press."
box 14, item 15

"Stanley Morison, Man of Letters" by Beatrice Warde, Fleece Press Item 15 1967

Scope and Contents

2x2.5 in. yellow and white striped clothbound book inside blue cloth covered case. "Printed by Simon Lawrence, Seckar House, Seckar Lane, Woolley, Wakefield, West Yorkshire"
"This obituary of Stanley Morison first appeared in The Sunday Times of October 15th, 1967..."
"240 copies... were printed by hand and bound by Smith Settle. The typefaces were all introduced during Morison's career."
box 14, item 16

"Jane Grabhorn, Printer" Item 16 n.d.

Scope and Contents

2x2.75 in. clothcound, 26 pages. "The Rather Press, Oakland, California"
"The paper is Warren's Olde Style, the type is Centaur with Arrighti titling… done in an edition of 150 copies, of which this is no. 127" hand numbered.
box 14, item 17

Francis J. Weber: The Monsignor of the Archives by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. Item 17 1983

Scope and Contents

2x2.25" quarter bound book, 38 pages. "Two hundred and fifty copies were printed on Lana Laid Rag paper by Roger Hilleary at Monterey, California. Bembo types were handset and printed with a 1900 Chandler & Price pilot press owned by Edward Petko, M.D.. The binding is by Bela Blau and illustrations by Anthony F. Kroll"
box 14, item 18

"Dean of Microbibliophiles" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 18 1993

Scope and Contents

2.2x2.5" hardbound book, 30 pages. "The type used for this book is 8 point Galliard. Printed and bound by Tabula Rasa Press in an edition of 125 copies of which this is no. 48"
box 14, item 19

"Following Bernhardt Wall" by Francis J. Weber Item 19 1974

Scope and Contents

1.8x2.4" quarter bound book, 20 pages. Dawson's Book Shop, Los Angeles. "200 copies. Printing by Wm. M. Cheney. Intaglio reproductions by Tony Kroll." signed by the author and Tony Kroll
box 14, item 20

"Bela Blau: Bookbinder, 1914-1993" Item 20 1993

Scope and Contents

1.6x2" hardbound books, 32 pages. "Ninety copies of this book are issued as a keepsake for the Zamorano Club, August 1993. Design and printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh. Bound by Mariana Blau" two copies, one cloth bound, one leather bound. Cloth bound copy is signed by Glen Dawson.
box 14, item 21

"A Birthday Memoir" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 21 1984

Scope and Contents

1.5x1.8" quarter bound book, 20 pages. "Printed by Patrick Reagh & bound by Mariana Blau, Los Angeles" three copies signed by Mariana and Bela Blua
box 14, item 22

"Dirk Cable, Bookseller: Reflections on the Man and His Bookshop" by Thomas F. Andrews Item 22 2003

Scope and Contents

2.25x3.5" booklet with paper cover, 26 pages. "This tribute is published to mark the third anniversary of Dirk Cable's Death. April 2, 2000" "Regis Graden, Printer" 4 copies
box 14, item 23

"Fine Printing and the '80's" by Edward Petko Item 23 1980

Scope and Contents

2.25x2.75 in. Hard cover. ""100 copies have been printed on Urabec-Hoffman all-rag handmade paper. Designed and printed by: Jack M. Conway, Michael Druyen, Richard Hoffman, Ruth Hoffman, David Moise, Tom Parker, Edward Petko, Gary Marc Remson, John Urabec, Clyde Stoneman, Gregory Zarcoff, Ethan Lipton"
box 14, item 24

"Charter of the Heart of the Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming" with introduction by David Perkins and illustrations by Irving Block Item 24 1983

Scope and Contents

3x2 in. hardbound. "This first letterpress edition… is limited to 300 numbered copies, and 26 lettered copies hand-colored by the artist, all of which were signed by the artist… Designed and printed by Patrick Reagh, Printers for the Santa Susana Press. This is number 31"
box 14, item 25

"Type Specimens: 6 pt. and Under" by Jane W. Roberts Item 25 1987

Scope and Contents

From insert; "(Old-Time Printing) Fitzwilliam, NH. 2 15/16 x 2 5/16. 10 pp. Letterpress, pictorial printed wrappers. 90 copies."
Colophon: "Stock is Midtec Lithofect Suede and Anony cover. Printed two pages up on a Golding Official Sidelever No. 3"
box 14, item 26

A Boston Cordial Item 26 1981

Scope and Contents

1.75x1.75 in. "Illustrations, titles page calligraphy, and illumination by E. Helene Sherman. Typography and binding by R.E.M."
"Published by Robert E. Massmann. New Britian, Connecticut. Prinnted at Art Press"
box 14, item 27

A Latin Abecdarian by Juniper von Phitzer Item 27 1998

Scope and Contents

2.8x2.5" hardbound book displaying the Latin alphabet. " MBS Conclave XVI Keepsake."
Colophon: " Handset and printed. Wood, 72 point; Pagoda bold, 18 point; Schoolbook, 6 point; illustrations Antique and New Cuts. Printing Completed on this 24th of August 1984"
Signed by Juniper von Phitzer
box 14, item 28

"Letterpress Printing" by David Clifford Item 28 2004

Scope and Contents

3x3" hardbound book in sleeve. "Printed and bound by David Clifford at Black Stone Press in Vancouver. The paper is Reg Lissel's handmade HM text. The binding, in arches, is based on Claire Van Vliet's Gospel of Mary structure. The edition is 50 numbered copies and 36 lettered... This is copy 14" hand numbered
box 14, item 29

"Aizome Gami: Indogo Dyed Japanese Paper" Item 29 1992

Scope and Contents

1.75x2.5 in. leaflets with samples of paper. The Alembic Press, Oxford. "150 copies handset & printed for Miniature Book Society Conclave X… by Claire Bolton, Oxford, England. Paper from Fuji Paper Mills, Tokushima, Japan" two copies
box 14, item 30

"Tapa from Tonga: Conclave XI" Item 30 1993

Scope and Contents

1.5x2" folded leaflet, with sample of tapa. "Peter and Donna Thomas"
box 14, item 31

"MBS Conclave XII" Item 31 1994

Scope and Contents

1.5x2" folded leaflet with quote and woodcut. "Peter and Donna Thomas"
box 14, item 32

"Kipling. MBS Conclave 13" Item 32 1995

Scope and Contents

1.5x2" folded leaflet with quote and woodcut. "Peter and Donna Thomas" two copies
box 14, item 33

"South Carolina" Item 33 1998

Scope and Contents

Two 1.5x2" folded leaflets with quote and woodcut. "Peter and Donna Thomas"
box 14, item 34

"Paper Potpourri" by Karen Stahlecker Item 34 1995

Scope and Contents

Two 1.5x2" paper booklets with blank plant based pages. "MBS keepsake. Conclave XIII"
box 14, item 35

"Gutenberg to Printers Through-out the World: by the President of the Swiss Gutenberg Museum, Delivered before the Fourth International Printers Congress at Utrecht" The Black Cat Press Item 35 1937

Scope and Contents

2x2.75" booklet, 4 pages, stapled. "This is the first in a series of typographic keepsakes printed by Forgue & Roth , Printers… is set in the Linotype version of the original Caslon type and used in combination with Goudy Text and Lombardic capitals designed by Frederic Goudy. 500 copies have been printed on Rothenberg paper imported from the Zerkall mill in Germany. Vasari [is] used for the cover... Design and typography by Norman W. Forgue"
box 14, item 36

"The Persea Tree" Persea Press Item 36 n.d.

Scope and Contents

2x3" pamphlet with paper cover giving information about the Persea Press
box 14, item 37

"On Books" by Lawrence Clark Powell Item 37 1992

Scope and Contents

3x2.8" 4 page pamphlet with paper cover "The Bronte Press, Mantene, IL"
box 14, item 38

"Queen Mary's Miniature Library" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 38 1992

Scope and Contents

2x2.75" hardbound book, 18 pages with gold fore edge. "This book, printed on Letterpress by Roger Pennels, is set in 11 point Bembo type. Printed on 100 pound English book paper, it is issued in a limited press run of 250 copies by the Junipero Serra Press, San Fernando, California"
box 14, item 39

"Minibibliophilia" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 39 1979

Scope and Contents

2x2.75" quarter bound book, 32 pages. Dawson's Book Shop, Los Angeles, California. "250 copies reprinted from Hoja Volanta numbers 136 and 137 by Grant Dahlstrom at The Castle Press, Pasadena."
box 14, item 40

"On Reaching a Hundred" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 40 1994

Scope and Contents

2.25x2.8" cloth bound book, 16 pages. "Designed and printed at The Castle Press of Pasadena, this book is issued in a press run of 150 copies. It was bound by Roswell Bookbinders of Phoenix" two copies.
box 14, item 41

"The Devil's Printer" Item 41 1987 July 1

Scope and Contents

2.5x3in. "Drawing, text, and lino block by DL Kent. 150 copies printed at Susannah Kent's Tarantula Press"
box 14, item 42

"Win, Place, and Show or The Fund Raising Jack" Item 42 1967

Scope and Contents

1.75x2 in., paper bound in paper sleeve. "Miniatures Gift Edition… Design, Typography and binding by Robert E. Massmann. Illustrations by C. Ernest Massmann. Printed at Art, Press New Britain"
box 14, item 43

"Mr. Woolworth" author unknown Item 43 1994

Scope and Contents

2x2.25 in. paper booklet. "Press Oe Ward Schori"
"This booklet was printed for Miniature Book Society"
box 14, item 44

"What Men Know About Women" by A. Mann Item 44 1983

Scope and Contents

1.5x2" stapled paper booklet. "Spartanburg, Kitemaug Press"
box 14, item 45

"A Riddle" Item 45 1995

Scope and Contents

1.5x2 in. paper booklet. Gray Goose Press. Signed by Jeanne Goessling
box 14, item 46

"She Crab Soup" Item 46 1998

Scope and Contents

1.75x2.2" paper pamphlet with paper cover giving a recipe for a crab soup. "Frank J. Anderson spent part of his life making 150 copies of this book at the Kitemaug Press" two copies
box 14, item 47

"Father was a Dictator" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 47 1972

Scope and Contents

3.2x2.25" hardbound book, 18 pages with gold fore edge. "The Library of Congress Catalog Number is 81-71367. Reprinted from The Tidings. June 16, 1972."
"Three hundred and fifty copies of this book have been printed by the Junipero Serra Press, San Fernando, California. Designed and printed by Francis Braun."
box 14, item 48

"Random Thoughts and Memories" by Fritz Scholder Item 48 1979

Scope and Contents

2.25x2.75 in. Quarter bound. Arc Press, Scottsdale, Arizona. "The trade edition of this book is limited to five hundred copies printed at The Stinehour Press"
box 14, item 49

I, The Scurvy by Dickie Migraine Item 49 2001

Scope and Contents

2.5x3" hardback book with dust jacket, and plastic case in which it was issued "Lorson's Books & Prints and The Weather Bird Press. Fullerton. "50 copies printed and bound by Allwyn O'Mara" Signed by Vance Gerry and Allwyn O'Mara.
box 14, item 50

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson Item 50 2003

Scope and Contents

2x2.5 in. book bound in blue leather. "The Miniature Classics Library" Del Prado Publishers. Printed in Spain. ISBN: 84-8372-788-9
box 14, item 51

"Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie" by H.W. Longfellow Item 51 1906

Scope and Contents

1.5x2 in. Leather bound book with gold fore edge. Henry Frowde. Bjou edition. "Oxford: Horace Hart, Printer to the University"
box 14, item 52

"The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost Item 52 1993

Scope and Contents

2.75"x2" paper booklet with 8 pages. "Tabula Rasa Press, Seattle, Washington"
Colophon: "This book was hand-set in 8 pt. Bembo, printed on Lana Laid paper, & bound in a piano hinge binding by Anne Suruda in an edition of 300 copies" hand numbered and initialed 272/300
box 14, item 53

"An Original Leaf from Birch Bark Poems Written & Printed by Charles F. Lummis, Chillicothe, Ohio, C. 1884" Item 53 1992 September

Scope and Contents

2.5x3" folder containing a leaf. "Presented by Glen & Mary Helen Dawson and Wallace & Corry Nethery to The Miniature Book Society Conclave X" two copies
box 14, item 54

"Chicago" by Carl Sandberg Item 54 1993

Scope and Contents

2x2.75" sewn booklet with paper cover. Lorson Books & Prints. "200 copies designed and printed by Vance Gerry and printed by Patrick Reagh"
box 14, item 55

"Chicago" by Carl Sandberg Item 55 1993

Scope and Contents

2x2.5" booklet in paper cover designed to look like a city skyline. Twin Heart press. ""Cover design and and bindings by Sandra Grace. This is a keepsake number 1 for the "Grand Conclave" XI of the M.B.S. in Chicago, IL…. As a gift edition"
box 14, item 56

"The Passing of the Backhouse" by James Whitcomb Riley Item 56 1993

Scope and Contents

2.5x2 in. quarter bound book. "This book was printed letterpress on 60 lb. Warren's Eggshell Paper using handset Bembo types. It was made at Bookhaven Press by Pall Bohne, who also drew the illustrations… now issuyed in a limited press run of 150 copies by Junipero Serra Press in San Fernando, Valifornia." Includes Riley postage stamp from 1940. Two copies
box 14, item 57

"For a Miniature Bibliophile, A Keepsake for MBS Conclave XVL" by Alden Jacobs Item 57 1998 September

Scope and Contents

2x3" stapled 12 page booklet with paper cover of exceprts selected by Alden jacobs about book collection
box 14, item 58

"Haiku Hypothesis" by Yoshio Matsuda Item 58 n.d.

Scope and Contents

3x2.5" paper bound booklet. Fore edge of paper has decorative origame design. "Pequeno Press, Bisbee, AZ"
box 14, item 59

"Gay Myths" Item 59 1993

Scope and Contents

3x1.75" booklet with fold out pages sewn in plastic cover. ""For all the marchers missed when the park service ran out of fingers and toes. Editions. Verplanck NY" signed Ed Hutchins. Min. Book Soc.
box 14, item 60

"Tales of the Wayside Inn" in pen drawings by E. Helene Sherman Item 60 1975

Scope and Contents

3.25x3" paper bound booklet. "Published by Robert E. Massman, New Britain, Connecticut. Printed at Art Press"
box 14, item 61

"Historic Boston-Lexington Concord" in pen drawings by E. Helene Sherman Item 61 1975

Scope and Contents

3.25x3" paper bound booklet. "Published by Robert E. Massman, New Britain, Connecticut. Printed at Art Press"
box 14, item 62

"1993" Item 62 1993

Scope and Contents

19x11 cm. unbound calendar inside box. "This keepsake is for the Miniature Book Society, Conclave XI, Chicago 1993, from Ralf Quast, Germany, and from Dussa Verlag, Germany" Calendar is in German. Each month has a watercolor print
box 14, item 63

"Garden" Item 63 1995

Scope and Contents

Two 2.3x2.3" folded papers with color prints, in sleeve. Signed Carol Schwartzolt
box 14, item 64

"Water, Earth, Air, Fire" Item 64 1995

Scope and Contents

1.5"x2" accordion folded booklet in colorful cover with song lyric decorations inside. "Nancy Leavitt and Suzanne Moore, 1994… Persea Press, Stillwater, ME." two copies
box 15, item 1

"One-of-A-Kind Topical Miniature Stamp Albums" by Robert E. Massmann Item 1 1992

Scope and Contents

2.25x1.75 in. booklet with two Disney stamps inside papersleeve. "Keepsake of Eloise and Robert Massmann for M.B.S. Grand Conclave X, San Diego 1992"
"Label designed and executed by C. Ernest Massmann. Hand colored by Eloise C. Massmann. Overall design, typography, and binding by Robert E. Massmann. 150 copies"
Two copies
box 15, item 2

Consumer Rationing in Wolrd War Two by Robert E. Massman Item 2 1979

Scope and Contents

2"x1" 2 minitaures, one Consumer Rationing in World War Two, and replica of War Ration Book with genuine ration stamps. Hand number 479. Inside trifold inside sleeve.
"Printed at Art Press"
"Publsihed by R.E.M., New Britian, Connecticut. Limited to 500 copies"
box 15, item 3

"Have a Match?" by Robert E. Massmann Item 3 1988

Scope and Contents

2.2x1.75" matchbox inside which is a matchbook inside of which there is a .75x1" book. "300 copies."
"Concieved and Executed by R.E.M., New Brittany, Conn., Printed at Art Press"
box 15, item 4

"Paper" Item 4 1996

Scope and Contents

Nine 2x2" pieces of sparkly paper, signed, inside envelope. "This keepsake puzzle was printed at the Scripps College Press on the occasion of the Guild of Book Workers 16th Annual Standards Seminar October 17-19, 1996. A limited edition of 200 copies were printed letterpress on Rives BFK by the Typography Class instructed by Kitty Maryatt. This is copy number 72" (hand numbered). When put together, puzzle has qoutes reproduced from A Collection of Paper Samples from Hand Papermills in the United States of America by Peter and Donna Thomas.
box 15, item 5

"Actual Zane Grey Logo" Item 5 1992

Scope and Contents

2.5x3 in. leaflet, 4 pages unbound. "A keepsake for MBS Conclave X. San Diego, California… From Altadenans Anthony Kroll, Edna Smith"
box 15, item 6

"John, Tom, and James" Item 6 1994

Scope and Contents

1.75x2.5 in. leaflet. "keepsake for the conclave XII, Lorson's Books. Gerry Fecit"
box 15, item 7

"A Few Words About Books" Item 7 n.d.

Scope and Contents

1.75x2 in. paper booklet with paper cover. "Miniature Book Conclave XIII, a keepsake from Allwyn O'Mara… The Tortoise Press is a letterpress printery specializing in miniature and artist books… John Robinson
box 15, item 8

"Small Pleasures" Item 8 1992

Scope and Contents

2.5x2 in. 12 page paper booklet by the Gray Goose Press. "A Keepsake for the Miniature Book Society Conclave X from Jeanne Goessling"
box 15, item 9

"MBS 1993 Conclave Keepsake" Item 9 1993

Scope and Contents

2.75x1.75" two boards connected by accordion folded paper with list of books produced by Pequeno Press for 1993, had pop-up features
box 15, item 10

"Miniature Book Society Grand Conclave XIV" Item 10 1996

Scope and Contents

2.5x3" board with qoute by Pierre-Simon Fournier. Piece of minature moveable type attached. "Iron Bear press"
box 15, item 11

Futura Press Coupon Item 11 1992

Scope and Contents

3x2.25 in. gray fibrous paper with paper inside stating "David Wing and Allwyn O'Mara of Futura Press… welcome members of the Miniature Book Society…"
box 15, item 12

"Grand Conclave XIII" Item 12 1995

Scope and Contents

2.75x3" program of events, stapled booklet with paper cover. "Presented as a Keepsake by Regis and Donna Graden. Nut Quad Press, San Fernando , California"
box 15, item 13

"Miniature Book Society Conclave XVI" Item 13 1998

Scope and Contents

1.75x2.5" program for conclave in Charleston South Carolina, 8 pages, stapled.
box 15, item 14

"The William Andrews Clark Memoral Library Announces a Retrospective Showing of Printing by William M. Cheney" Item 14 1981

Scope and Contents

2x2.75" stapled pamphlet, letterpress printed
box 15, item 15

"Keepsake of Eloise and Bob Massmann for M.B.S. Conclave XV" Item 15 1997

Scope and Contents

3x2.5" isoceles trapezoid shaped paper booklet inside paper sleeve. ""Typography by Richard A. Massmann. Design, laout, and fabrication by Robert A. Massmann. 150 copies.
box 15, item 16

"Things You Should Know About Canada" by Robert E. Massmann Item 16 1994

Scope and Contents

2.5x1.5 in booklet in the shape of Ontario. "Typography by Richard A. Massmann, Design, layout, and binding by R.E.M. 150 copies." In an envelope which says "Keepsake of Eloise and Robert Massmann for M.B.S. Grand Conclave XII"
box 15, item 17

"The Other Ottawas" by Frank J. Anderson Item 17 1994

Scope and Contents

2x2.5" paper pamphlet with paper cover. Colophon: "This book was designed, typeset, printed and bound by Frank J. Anderson. Set in 8 point Garamond type. Kimberly-Clark Classic Laid paper and Van Son ink. Edition of 150 copies, of which 150 were keepsakes of the MBS Grand Conclave XII..."
Two copies
box 15, item 18

"The Ferris Wheel" by Frank J. Anderson Item 18 1993

Scope and Contents

2.2x2.6" booklet with paper cover. Spartanburg, Kitemaug Press. "150 copies f this book have been produced by Frank J. Andrson as a keepsake of Grand Conclave XI of the Miniature Book Society"
box 15, item 19

"The Islands of Lake Erie" Mauritom Press Item 19 n.d.

Scope and Contents

2.6x3" pamphlet with paper cover. "A keepsak for Conclave XII, Ottawa, Ontario. Set in original Old Calson 9 on 10. Paper is Southworth Parchment Deed"
box 15, item 20

"Malefic Exotica Vols. 1 and 2" Item 20 1998

Scope and Contents

2x2.25" triangular shaped booklet inside paper sleeve. "Typography by Richard A. Massmann. Illustrations by C. Ernest Massmann. Hand coloring by Eloise and Robert E. Massmann. Design and production by Robert E. Massmann."
"Limited to 200 copies..."
"keepsake of Eloise and Bob Massmann for M.B.S. conclave XVI" Two copies
box 15, item 21

"Tiny Meditations in a Fair City" by Juniper Von Phitzer Item 21 1996

Scope and Contents

2x2.35" boards with accordion folded paper between them. "Grand Conclave XIIII" Juniper Von Phitzer Press
box 15, item 22

"The Six Presidents I Have Served" by Thomas F. Andrews Item 22 2001

Scope and Contents

2.25x3.25" booklet with paper cover. "Historical Society of Southern California"
"Regis Graden, Printer"
Six copies, one inscribed to Regis Graden from Thomas F. Andrews. One marked that it contains faults and errors, one has a dirty cover.
box 15, item 23

"A Personal Memoir: Wendell Willkie" by Msgr. J. Francis Item 23 1993

Scope and Contents

2.5x2.75 in. hardbound book. "This book was designed, printed and bound by Susan Acker and Mary McDermott at the Feathered Serpent, San Rafael, California, in an edition of 125 copies. No. 28"
Hand numbered and signed. Includes Wendell Willkie postage stamp.
box 15, item 24

"Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the United States: A Personal Memoir" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 24 n.d.

Scope and Contents

1.75x2.5" quarter bound book, 14 pages. "The typeface used for this book is Caslon. The paper is Mohawk Softwhite Acid Free Text. Designed and printed letterpress at Nut Quad Press. Bound by Mariana Blau"
Includes extra Earl Warren stamps
box 15, item 25

"Knute Rockne: All American" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 25 1988

Scope and Contents

2x3" hard bound book, 18 pages, gold fore edge. "This book, printed Offset by H.J. Viney set in 8 point Baskerville type, leaded 1 point between lines. Printed on 100 gms English book paper, it is issued in a limited press run of 260 copies by the Junipero Serra Press, San Fernando, California"
box 15, item 26

"America's Painter: Norman Rockwell" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 26 1983

Scope and Contents

2.2x3" hardbound, 14 pages book with gold fore edge. "Three hundred copies of this book have been printed by Junipero Serra Press, San Fernando. California. Library of Congress Catalogue card 74-52149. Designed by Francis Braun."
Includes commemorative Norman Rockwell stamp issued in 1972. Two copies
box 15, item 27

The "Replanting" of Frederick by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 27 1994

Scope and Contents

2.25x2.5" quarter bound book, 20 pages. "The type in this book is Poetica Chancery I. Printed on acid free paper in an edition of 125 copies. Printed at Tabula Rasa Press, Seattle." unnumbered.
box 15, item 28

Three signatures from a book of "America's Pledge of Allegiance" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber, Nut Quad Press Item 28 1992

Scope and Contents

2.25x3"
"This keepsake is printed to Commemorate the Joint Meeting of The Zamorano and Roxburghe Clubs"
Includes business card of Donna Graden.
box 15, item 29

"America's Pledge of Allegiance" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 29 1992

Scope and Contents

2.25x2.9" hardbound booklet. "This keepsake is printed to Commemorate the Joint Meeting of The Zamorano and Roxburghe Clubs"
"Handset and Printed Letterpress using Times New Roman and Caslon Type. Printed on Mohawk Superfune text in an edition of 225 by Regis Graden. Nut Quad Press, San Fernando"
box 15, item 30

"San Diego: The City and the Saint" by Francis J. Weber Item 30 1992

Scope and Contents

Two 1.75x2.25" booklet with paper cover. Monterey, Hilleary and Petko. ""…keepsakes at the Grand Conclave X of the Miniature Book Society, San Diego… Bookman types, Neenah Classic Paper, and a C&P Pilot press were used by Roger Hilleary"
box 15, item 31

"San Francisco 1969" Editions Item 31 1996

Scope and Contents

2.25x2.75" accordion folded booklet with cut out view of San Francisco. "Keepsake for Conclavw XIV Miniature Book Society… Offset printed at Community Press"
Signed Edward H. Hutchins
box 15, item 32

The First Museum of Los Angeles by Doris and Jerome Selmer with an editing by Cheryl Barton-Klyver Item 32 1993

Scope and Contents

2.75"x3" quarter bound hardback. "200 copies were printed and bound at Bookhaven Press, Alta Loma, California, using handset Bembo type and printed on 60 lb. Warren's Eggshell paper. It was completed in Augusr=t of 1993 for a private publishing venture by Doris and Jerome Selmer of Srcadia, Calif." Includes etching by Cheryl Barton-Klyver, hand numbered 48/100
box 15, item 33

"Farmer's Market" by Francis J. Weber Item 33 1991

Scope and Contents

2x3 in. green leatherbound book with goldleaf foredge. "printed on Letterpress by Roger Pennels, is set in 8 point Baskerville type, leaded 2 points between lines. Printed on 100 pound English book paper, it is issued in a limited press run of 300 copies by the Junipero Serra Press, San Fernando, California."
box 15, item 34

California Miscellany, Volume 1 Item 34 1992

Scope and Contents

2.75"x2.5" clouthbound book. "Produced for EC press by Rebecca Saady Bingham in honor of the Tenth Conclave of the Miniature Book Society, Inc. held September 4-7 1992 in San Diego, California. Edition size is 200, of which 150 were given as keepskes at the Conclave."
Two copies
box 15, item 35

The Serra Landing Monument by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 35 1985

Scope and Contents

1.5x1.5" quarter bound book. "Two hundred copies were printed on an 1860's Columbian press by Roger Hilleary. Times New Roman types and Simpson Sundance text paper were used. Msgr. Weber us Executive Secretary of the Sierra Bicentennial Commision, the official logo of which was engraved and printed by Anthony F. Kroll. It was designed by Ernest Marquez."
box 15, item 36

Angels Flight: A Los Angeles Funicular Railway by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 36 1988

Scope and Contents

2.2x2.6" quarter bound book, 21 pages with foldout black and white photo of the funicular railway and a ticket in the back. "200 copies printed by Richard J. Hoffman, Van Nuys" signed by Regis Graden and Francis J. Weber
box 15, item 37

"Hollywood" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 37 1981

Scope and Contents

2.2x3" hardbound book in red leather with gold fore edge, 19 pages. "Three hundred copies of this book have been printed by the Junipero Serra Press, San Fernando, California. Title page by Anthony Kroll. Designed by Francis Braun" signed by Francis J. Weber
box 15, item 38

"The Magic Kindgom" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 38 1985 August

Scope and Contents

2x2.75" hardbound book in blue leather, 12 pages. "350 copies printed by Patrick Reagh and bound by Mariana Blau, Los Angeles"
copy of postage stamp commemorating Walt Disney, issued in in 1968, used as frontispiece. Two copies
box 15, item 39

"The Rose Parade" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 39 1995

Scope and Contents

2.25x3" quarterbound book in red and green cloth. "Presented as Keepsake, Miniature Book Society"
"Presented as a keepsake by Mariana Blau, John and Margaret Class, Michele Crahan, Glen & Mary Helen Dawson, Regis & Donna Graden, Ruth Hoffman, Mel Kavin, James & Joan Lorson, Barbara Raheb, David Reichert, Jerry & Doris Selmer, Edna Smith, Hugh & Jean Tolford, Francis Weber."
"Printed in an edition of 150 by Regis Graden at Nut Quad Press and Bound by Mariana Blau"
box 15, item 40

"Los Angeles: A Bicentennial Salute" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 40 1981

Scope and Contents

2.15x3" hardbound book, 28 pages, gold fore edge. "Five hundred copies of this book have been printed by Junipero Serra Press, San Buenaventura, California. Designed by Francis Braun"
box 15, item 41

"Los Angeles International Airport" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 41 1988

Scope and Contents

2.2x2.8" hardbound book, 16 pages with gold fore edge. "This book printed on Letterpress by Roger Pennels, is set in 8 point Baskerville type, leaded 2 points between lines. Printed on 100 pound English book paper, it is issued in a limited press run of 250 copies by the Junipero Serra Press, San Fernando, California"
Includes US Airmail stamp and tag for a checked bag at LAX
box 15, item 42

"Nation's Christmas Tree" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 42 1989

Scope and Contents

2x2.8" hardbound book in green leather with gold foredge, 18 pages. " printed Offset by H.J. Viney, set in 8 point Baskerville type, is leaded 1 point between lines. Printed on 100 gms. English book paper, it is issued in a limited press run of 200 copies by the Junipero Serra Press, San Fernando, California"
Two copies
box 15, item 43

"Ellis Island" by Francis J. Weber Item 43 1991

Scope and Contents

2.25x2.9" hardbound book with gold foredge, 16 pages. "printed on Letterpress by Roger Pennels, is set in 8 point is set in 8 point Baskerville type, leaded 2 points between lines. Printed on 100 pound English book paper, it is issued in a limited press run of 300 copies by the Junipero Serra Press, San Fernando, California" signed by the author.
box 15, item 44

"Remember Pearl Harbor!" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 44 1992

Scope and Contents

2x2.75" hardbound book in dark green leather with gold fore edge, 22 pages. "This book printed on Letterpress by Roger Pennels, is set in 11 point Bembo type. Printed on 100 pound English book paper, it is issued in a limited press run of 250 copies by the Junipero Serra Press, San Fernando, California" two copies
box 15, item 45

"Mont-Saint Michel" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 45 1996

Scope and Contents

3x2.25" cloth bound book, 18 pages. MarMichel Press, Los Angeles, California. "Typefaces used in this book are Berkeley Oldstyle & Rhapsodie. The paper is Mohawk superfine. Designed and printed letterpress by Regis Graden at Nut Quad Press. Bound by Earle Gray Bookbinding Company. This book is published in an edition of 500 copies." signed by the author
box 15, item 46

"The First Mass in California" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 46 1999

Scope and Contents

2x2.5" quarter bound book, 22 pages. "Eighty copies were printed on a C&P pilot press by designer Roger Hilleary and Dabid Salinas, Gand-set Perpeptua types and Neenah Classic Laid paper were used" hand numbered 48. Second copy numbered 61.
Includes Cabrillo commemorative stamp "issued in 1992, designed by Ren Wicks and printed by The Press of J.W. Fergusson & Sons"
box 15, item 47

"Via Crucis" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 47 1997

Scope and Contents

2.25x2.8" quarter bound book, 18 pages. MarMichel Press, Los Angeles, California. "The typeface used in this book is Weidemann. The paper is Mohawk Superfine… published in an edition of 250 copies. Designed and printed by Regis Graden at Nut Quad Press. ound by Marianna Blau"
box 15, item 48

"Our Lady of the Angels" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 48 2000

Scope and Contents

2x2.3" quarer bound book, 18 pages. MarMichel Press. "The typefce used for this book is Caslon. The paper is Acid Free Text. Designed and printed by Regis Graden at Nut Quad Press. Bound by Mariana Blau"
box 15, item 49

"The Franciscan Crown Rosary and the City of Los Angeles" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 49 1998

Scope and Contents

2x2.75" quarter bound book, 18 pages. MarMichel Press, Los Angeles, California. "Dedicated to Francis C. McGarry, 1899-1971"
"The typeface is Slimbach. The paper is Hammermill Cream White Acid Free Text. Designed and printed letterpress by Regis Graden at Nut Quad Press. Bound by Mariana Blau in an edition of 500 copies."
box 15, item 50

"Saint Brendans" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 50 1993 March

Scope and Contents

2x3 in. clothbound, upsidedown. Opuscula Press, Bradenton, Florida. ISBN 0-912009-27-0"One-hundred twenty-five copies of this miniature book have been published…Body type face is Helvetica Extended, display face is Engravers Roman, and type size is 7.5 point."
box 15, item 51

"The Shroud of Turin" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 51 1999

Scope and Contents

2.25x2.75" cloth bound book, 22 pages. MarMichel Press, Los Angeles, California. "The typeface ued for this book is Gilliard. The paper is Mohawk Softwhite Acid Free text. Designed and printed letterpress by Regis Graden at Nut Quad Press. Bound by Mariana Blau. Limited to 500 copies." Signed.
box 15, item 52

"The Veil of Veronica: A Personal Memoir" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 52 2004

Scope and Contents

2.2x3.2" cloth bound book, 28 pages. El Camino Real Press, Mission Hills, California. "150 copies designed and printed Letterpress by Regis Graden at Nut Quad Press, Oceanside, California"
box 15, item 53

"Pope John Paul II at San Fernando Mission" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 53 1988

Scope and Contents

2x3" hardbound book, 24 pages with gold fore edge. "Four hundred copies of this book have been printed by the Junipero Serra Press, San Fernando, California. Designed by Roger Pennels"
box 15, item 54

"The Holy Grail" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 54 1990

Scope and Contents

1.75x2.5" hardbound book, 14 pages with gold fore edge. "printed Offset by Henry Law in 8 poiny Baskerville type, is leaded 1 point between lines. Printed on 100 gms English book paper, it is issued in a limited press run of 200 copies by the Junipero serra Press, San Fernando, California."
box 15, item 55

"Ecclesial History" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 55 1992

Scope and Contents

2.2x2.8" leather bound book, 16 pages with gold fore edge. "This book printed on Letterpress by Roger Pennels, is set in 8 point Baskerville type, leaded 2 points between lines. Printed on 100 pound English book paper, it is issued in a limited press run of 250 copies by the Junipero Serra Press, San Fernando, California" Two copies, each with a different stamp from the Vatican.
box 15, item 56

"The Last Supper" by Msgr. Francis J. Weber Item 56 1998

Scope and Contents

2.9x2.3" cloth bound book, 14 pages. "Designed and printed at The Castle Press of Pasadena, this book is issued in a press run of 400 copies. It was bound by Rowell Bookbinders of Phoenix." two copies. One signed. Includes extra stamp.
box 15, item 57

"Silver Jubilee Memoir (1959-1984)" by Msg. Francis J. Weber Item 57 1984

Scope and Contents

2x2.75 in. book bound in red leather, 18 pages. Includes Easter 1968, Guyana South America 5 cent stamp. "printed on letterpress by Francis Braun , set in 8 point Baskerville type, leaded 2 points between lines. Printed on 100 pound English book paper, issued in a limited press run of 350 copies by the Junipero Serra Press, San Fernando, California." signed
box 15, item 58

"John Carrol and the Vernacular Liturgy" by Francis J. Weber Item 58 1991

Scope and Contents

2.25x2.25 in. book, quarter bound with gold cover. Includes postage stamp issued by the Vatican City in 1989. "Mostly Perpeptua types were used in composing this miniature book, of which one hundred and thirt-five copies were printed on Neenah Classic paper. Roger Hilleary used a Chandler and Price Pilot press from the 1990s. The drawing of the cathedral as done by Elizabeth Hilleary. This is copy number 68"
box 15, item 59

The Holy Bible Item 59 n.d.

Scope and Contents

1.25x1.75x1.25 in. Leatherbound.
box 15, item 60

Common Prayer and Hymns, Ancient and Modern Item 60 n.d.

Scope and Contents

Two 1.75x2 in. red leather bound books inside red leather basket with metal plate. Common Prayer: " Oxford, Horace Hart, Printer to the University" Hymns: "London: William Clowes and Sons, Limited"