Alphabet and Image 4, Shenval Press, 1947

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Content includes:
Ellic Howe: NEWSPAPER PRINTING IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
Simon Nowell-Smith: ARTIST INTO READER: a review
James Thorpe: THE POSTERS OF THE BEGGARSTAFF BROTHERS
Graham Reynolds: DAUMIER: a review
Harold Keeble: THE TYPOGRAPHY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE
Maurice de Sausmarez: THE PEN DRAWINGS OF THOMAS HENNELL

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Alphabet and Image 4, Shenval Press, 1947
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