Items related to, written by or about Clyde Browne, the printer and proprietor at the Abbey Press.
Clyde Browne established the Abbey Press and was a printer in the Los Angeles area for approximately forty years until his
death in 1942. Browne was born in 1872 in Old Hickory, Ohio. After moving around the Midwest and California, he worked at
many newspapers in the San Francisco Bay area. In 1902 or 1903, Browne moved to Los Angeles, where he worked at the Los Angeles
Examiner for four years. In 1909, he set up his own print shop, and by 1910 had established the firm of Browne and Cartwright
with Alexander Cartwright. Soon after, he helped Occidental College and the University of Southern California start their
own school newspapers.
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