A Typographical Journey of Typography Through the Inland Printer, 1883-1900 compiled by Maurice Annenberg
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Baltimore. Maran Press. 1977. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 731pp.
This is a comprehensive chronicle of the typography published over the 19th century by the Inland Printer, a monumental printing and advertising magazine started in 1884 and still published in limited releases today. The volume is a crucial archive of both the evolution of the historical period's type designs as well as choice articles from past issues over the magazines evolution. With accompanying essays and introductions by significant figures from the printing world, the "Typographical Journey" is an indispensable relic of information still relevant for printers and advertisers today.