Typography 5, Shenval Press, Spring 1938

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Robert Harling [Edited by]
Contents:
The Work of Denis Tegetmeier by Eric Gill
The Morning Post [Review] by S. L. Righyni
Timetable Typography by Christian Barman
The Bauer Typefoundry by Konrad Bauer
Updike’s Printing Types [Review] by Harry Carter
A Paul Nash Portfolio [Review] by John Gloag
The English Print [Review] by Howard Wadman
Patent Medicine Advertising by Denis Butlin
Modern Newspaper Make-Up by John E. Allen
Type Reviews and Specimens

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