|LC Classifications||Z244.3 .S18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 141,  p.|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||39033405|
A new and expanded trade edition of Jim Rimmer's letterpress limited-edition original makes available the autobiography of this gifted type designer and private-press printer. Beginning with his less than shining early academic career, Rimmer recounts his first experiences setting type at Vancouver Technical High School and leaving school after grade ten for a six-year apprenticeship in the. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. pages. First printing of the "new and expanded trade edition". Initialed by Rimmer in pencil on the half title. From the collection of Joseph Stevens though not indicated as such. Joe [17 April - 20 Jan ] was a cataloguer at Acadia University library, and long-time friend and patron of Gaspereau Press and the authors they publish. [ Large Image ] Pie Tree Press: Memories from the Composing Room Floor Jim Rimmer / Memoir / $ / Hardcover / pp A new and expanded trade edition of Jim Rimmer’s letterpress limited-edition original makes available the autobiography of this gifted type designer and private-press printer.
Pie Tree Press: Memories from the Composing Room Floor: Rimmer, Jim: Books - or: Jim Rimmer. Barnett Zumoff, Yiddish translator and President Emeritus of the Workmen's Circle/Arbeiter Ring, answers the question: can you describe the composing room of. A few weeks ago, I pulled one of my old black journals from the storage area, and leafed through pages written four decades ago. As a year-old, I was embarking on a life-changing African experience. Selective parts of that adventure remain vivid in my memory, but the journal brings back the details, along with moments [ ]. Composing room of the New York Times newspaper. Proof press turns out proofs for distribution to make-up editors for correction Help us to keep the memories alive by sharing your stories in a new book 0. Post Views: 3, Gorgeous .
Sep 3, - Explore Pediment's board "Pediment History Books" on Pinterest. See more ideas about History books, History, Pediment pins. composing-room memories, letters from eminent americans concerning the advantages & satisfactions gained from an acquaintance with type. San Francisco: The Red Tower Press, Roosevelt Junior High School, 8vo. cloth, paper spine label, dust jacket. The printing works covered two large floors 60 feet by 30 feet to the rear of the building: the printing press room was on the ground floor and the composing room with eight linotype hot-metal type casting machines was on the first floor. Office and editorial staff were located in offices at the front of the building. Memories of the NCH printing school By Alan Bunting, based on information from former apprentice Alan Hamblin. with the production of most of the NCH’s books, publications and other printed matter. An annexe off the composing room housed the monotype caster – a ‘mini foundry’ of the kind which characterised all printing works in.