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The Mo Lebowitz Collection contains more than five hundred examples of his printed work, consisting of ephemeral pieces that celebrate his interests, including cigars, food, wine, bluegrass and classical music, literary characters, and acquisitions of equipment for his press.
Financial ledgers of Huxley House from 1929 to 1960. Huxley House specialized in typography, design, and printing. Records include expenditures for type, paper, advertising, payroll, etc.
The collection consists of a variety of printed ephemera by and about the American private press printers Frederic W. Goudy, Earl H. Emmons, and Elbert Hubbard.
The collection consists of material used in the creation of Joseph Blumenthal's Spiral type, with related ephemera.
The papers consist of Charles E. Pont's correspondence and additional material collected for his biography of Frederic W. Goudy.
The Joseph Blumenthal Papers contain personal and professional correspondence, research files, photographs, and personal papers documenting the life and career of the American printer, printing historian, and type designer Joseph Blumenthal, and his wife Ann White Blumenthal. While the material does cover some aspects of Blumenthal’s professional activities, there are no business or financial records present for the Spiral Press.