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[BKARTS] APHA Annual Meeting Jan 25, 2003 -- Sale on Publications



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ONE DAY SALE OF SELECTED APHA PUBLICATIONS -- DISCOUNTS OF 40% AND MORE
--AVAILABLE ONLY TO ATTENDEES AT THE APHA ANNUAL MEETING

Bring your checkbook or cash (sorry, no credit cards or purchase
orders)  to stock up on selected publications immediately following the
American Printing History Association's annual meeting on Saturday, January
25, 2 p.m. at the New York Public Library, Trustees' Room. Available will
be in-print issues of _Printing History_ through Whole Number 35 at $10
each for regular issues and $15 for double issues (plus shipping if the
on-hand supply runs out).  The monographs _D.B.U. and R.R.
Selected extracts from correspondence that passed between Daniel Berkeley
Updike & Rudolph Ruzicka from 1908 to 1941_ (1997), _American Proprietary
Typefaces_ (1998) and _The Spiral Press, 1926-1971: A Bibliographical
Checklist_ (2002) will be sold at a 40% discount (plus shipping if the
on-hand supply runs out).

The books are described at greater length online at
http://www.printinghistory.org/htm/pubs/index.html

A complete table of contents for ALL issues of _Printing History_ is now
online at http://www.printinghistory.org/htm/journal/contents.html as well
as links a subject and author index and a list of in-print issues.

You may join APHA at the annual meeting to enjoy these discounted rates.

Incidentally, this year's annual meeting will feature awards to James
Mosley (Individual) and the Typophiles (Institutional), as well as the
announcement of the winner of the first APHA Fellowship.

Paul W. Romaine
The American Printing History Association
Vice President for Membership and Web Master
web@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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