Bruce Rogers (1870-1957)

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Typographe. - Illustrateur. - Artiste. - Directeur de la maison d'édition "Riverside press" (1896-1912)


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  • Contenu dans : The Work of Bruce Rogers,...

    Address. - [2]

    Edition : 1939. In-8° (240 x 155), LIV-127 p., pl., fac-sim. [Don 338551] -Ibis- New York, Oxford University press (printed in the U.S.A.)

  • New series of the Centaur Types of Bruce Rogers and the Arrighi Italics of Frederic Warde

    cut by monotype and here first used to print a paper by Alfred W. Pollard

    Material description : 1 vol. (14-[4] p.)
    Note : Note : Cartonnage d'éditeur dessiné par Frederic Warde
    Edition : 1929 Londres Lanston monotype corporation

  • Paragraphs on printing

    Material description : IX-187 p.
    Note : Note : Bibliogr.
    Edition : cop. 1979 New York Dover publications

  • Typographical partnership ; together with an unpublished fragment of Bruce Rogers' "Bye - ways of book making"

    ten letters between Bruce Rogers and Emery Walker, 1907-31

    Material description : 1 vol. (XVI-44 p.)
    Note : Note : Notes bibliogr.
    Edition : 1971 Cambridge University printing house for New-York Carl H. Pforzheimer library
    Auteur du texte : Emery Walker (1851-1933)
    Éditeur scientifique : Carl H. Pforzheimer library. New York, John Dreyfus (1918-2002)

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  • Documents by this author : The first flowering : Bruce Rogers at the Riverside press 1896-1912 / by Jerry Kelly, 2008
  • Ouvrages de reference : LC authorities (2009-06-18)
  • Catalogues de la BnF : BN Cat. gén. suppl.

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