1 edition of Diggings from many ampersandhogs. found in the catalog.
Diggings from many ampersandhogs.
|Contributions||Goudy, Frederic W. 1865-1947., Rogers, Bruce, 1870-1957., Rogers, Bruce, 1870-1957, former owner., Typophiles (New York, N.Y.), Frederic W. Goudy Collection (Library of Congress), Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||Z111 .D53 1937|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||75301406|
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"Diggings from Many Ampersandhogs" is a collected work of several short chapbooks on the subject of the ampersand character in use with the Latin alphabet. This reproduction shows Frederic W. Goudy's section entitled "Ands & Ampersands." This copy, which was prepared specially for Melbert B.
Cary, Jr., consists of all the chapbooks stacked in a decorative slipcase. It is decorated with a ~1~1~~ Get this from a library. Diggings from many ampersandhogs. [Bruce Rogers; Frederic W Goudy; Typophiles (New York, N.Y.); Frederic W. Goudy Collection (Library of Congress); Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress);] -- "One of the topics bandied about by the Typophiles, a New York group of book lovers, at their irregular luncheons in the 's was the ampersand, the useful Diggings from Many Ampersandhogs, title page © The Typophiles The Ticknor Society of Boston is dedicated to the enjoyment, promotion, and support of books and book culture.
The Society’s name honors George Ticknor (), a prominent Boston scholar, collector, and library supporter, and his daughter Anna Eliot Ticknor ( Enamored of its whimsical curves and curlicues, the Typophiles finally put together in ''Diggings From Many Ampersandhogs'' (ouch!) a lively volume of tributes to the ''&'' by American printers and designers.
This small book, with a title page showing workers affixing a giant ampersand to a building facade, is now a collector's Upper’s forthcoming book, Understand the Ampersand, joins her connective talents with ampersand strength to launch Uppersand™, the only enterprise dedicated exclusively to the ampersand.
READ MORE. Uppersand™ Blogs. Diggings from many ampersandhogs, Paul A. Bennett, :// Enamored of its whimsical curves and curlicues, the Typophiles finally put together in ''Diggings From Many Ampersandhogs'' (ouch!) a lively volume of tributes to the ''&'' by American Inthey published a private press book about the ampersand entitled “Diggings from Many Ampersandhogs.” The group, with new members, still meets for lunch.
Robert Warner, master printer for old-century-style print shop Bowne & Co. Stationers (founded in ) in the South Street Seaport Museum, still swoons for the :// Introducing the Sammys. The Jones Library presents the Samuel Minot Jones Awards for Literary Achievement on Ap The Sammys are Amherst's signature event honoring the community's remarkable and vibrant literary heritage.
The honorees are Ilan Stavans and Levellers Press Check out some pictures from last year’s event, and stay tuned for more information about our amazing Diggings from Many Ampersandhogs. Steve Matteson. In Paul Bennet of the NY Typophiles organized the production of a small book celebrating the ampersand.
Contributors included many giants of typography: W. Dwiggins, Fred Goudy, Paul Standard, Alix Christie, Writer. likes 10 talking about this. GUTENBERG'S APPRENTICE is published by Harper (US/Canada) & Headline (UK/Commonwealth) Also out There were only copies issued in They were bound and put in slipcases under the title Diggings from Many Ampersandhogs.
Most of the existing copies reside in museums. Occasionally, a copy comes up for sale and can be followed through American Book Prices. A copy, last sold August 5,went for $ The Met projects each production to local theaters worldwide (someviewers) on the big screen.
Fantastic presentations!” In December, Nancy Upper gave a presentation titled "Diggings from Many Ampersandhogs” to Boston's Ticknor Society, an organization dedicated to the enjoyment, promotion, and support of books and book ://g/notes/htm.
TIMED AUCTION OPEN FOR BIDDING. click here for responsive site. PBA Comics Bid Now My Pba?page=5. Diggings from Many Ampersandhogs [New York] The Typophiles  The third Typophiles keepsake; contents list and "colophon" fill seven pages; general title designed and printed by Joseph Blumenthal at the Spiral Press, with illustration by Rudolph :// “What in Sam Hill is an Ampersand?” asked Frederic W.
Goudy in The Typophiles Christmas keepsake titled Diggings from Many Typophiles, founded inbrought together typographers, designers, and printers. The organization published many important books on the history and practice of the typographic craft, some of them scholarly, some :// "Prepared for inclusion in Diggings from many ampersandhogs, a Christmas volume prepared by the Typophiles About copies separately bound in gray paper."--M.B.
Cary. a 04/08/ Senior Art Students Go Virtual with Exhibition - School of Art and Design. Congrats seniors!. Kennesaw State University School of Art and Design seniors typically have a capstone art exhibition in the Fine Arts Gallery, complete with an opening reception catered by the students and family and friends in attendance to admire the artwork and offer their c The book is a small celebration of the alphabet’s twenty-seventh letter and of design improvisation and characterisation within one simple symbolic form.
It’s hard to identify all the fonts used as many wooden fonts are local variations of standard faces but the book includes Cheltenham, Windsor, Gill, Grotesque and Caslon as well as some Diggings from many ampersandhogs.
[East River, New York, winter] Engraved and typographic work of Rudolph Ruzicka, an exhibition, the Grolier Club, New York, [Rudolph Ruzicka, by Walter Muir Whitehill.
A note on the exhibits, by Rudolph Ruzicka.] essay on the work of Mr. Ruzicka: The fables of Jean de La Fontaine: Fairfield, new linotype Typographer Frederic W. Goudy and calligrapher Paul Standard contributed serious pamphlets on the subject to otherwise whimsical entries in this now rare portfolio volume: Diggings from Many Ampersandhogs ().
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