Typography 3, Shenval Press, Summer 1937

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Contents:
Type Mixtures by Jan Tschichold.
Ands & Ampersands by Frederick W. Goudy.
From Bewick to the Half-Tone Process– Illustration Processes in the 19th century by Ellic Howe.
Left-Wing Layout – Propoganda produced by the politically left in England by Howard Wadman
The Work of Ashley Havinden English Advertising Designer with an American and European Reputations by Herbert Read.
Monotype Corporation: Quod Est Demonstrandum: The Typographical Problems of the School Geometry Book by Peggy Lane
The Front Page Newspaper Design by Allen Hutt
Bookshelf. Includes a short review of Herbert Bayer’s 1937 London Gallery Show.
Type Reviews (Examples from Deberny et Peignot, Intertype, Klingspor)
Correspondence and Notes and vintage Type Ads.

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