Printing -- Specimens
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The Hermann Ihlenburg Papers spans the period from 1803 through 1906 and contains correspondence, photographs, typeface drawings, printed ephemera, and other documents relating to the career of the German-American type designer and punchcutter Hermann Ihlenburg (1843-1905).
Original Leaves from Famous Bibles is a collection of disbound leaves from various Bible texts. The collection was complied and sold by Otto F. Ege and Philip Duschnes, ca. 1950.
The RIT School of Printing records include general information on the school, course brochures, and a program proposal, as well as alumni directories and clippings. There are correspondence, publications from or about RIT, and promotional materials for printing conferences, seminars, and alumni reunions. Also included within this collection are style books and samples from the school. Materials range in date from 1920 to 2000.
The collection contains over 100 printing samples collected by Rochester Institute of Technology Professors Alexander Lawson and Archie Provan. Many of the samples are awards and certificates presented to the RIT community during 1960-1980.