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Published by Práce, publishing house and publisher ROH in Prague for the Printing Industry Association in Prague, Printing Industry in Bratislava and Trade Union of Consumers industry in Prague.
Chief editor: Stanislav Soucek.
Cover design Oldřich Hlavsa.

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Typografia, ročník 60, 02, 1957. Cover design by Oldřich Hlavsa
Typografia, ročník 60, 02, 1957. Cover design by Oldřich Hlavsa
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A review of the memorial exhibition of Edward McKnight Kauffer at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1955 by F.H.K. Hernion

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