13474Re: [PPLetterpress] Re: Jumping image on Flatbed press?
- Apr 29 9:17 AMEric
Since the time of its writing I have heard of such isolated instances
and have acquired the Cheney book. In doing the research for the article
way back when, I was searching for continuum/influence, though had I
known about Cheney at the time I would have mentioned him. Back in the
late 70s and well into the 80s there was significant hostility on the
part of trained printers to the Vandercook movement. To some extent the
article was meant to show that editioning on the Vandercook had
I'm at the beginning of an oral history interview at UCLA myself! Very
On 4/29/13 8:38 AM, Eric wrote:
> --- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, Gerald Lange<Bieler@...> wrote:
>> I've not seen anything like this in the Vandercook promotional
>> literature. Perhaps you were thinking of this:
> Perhaps you don't consider this printing sufficiently fine or consequential, but William Cheney wriites of printing a book on a Vandercook in the '30s or was it '40s. See his UCLA oral history, or his book The Natural History of the Typestickers of Los Angeles.
> Book printing on proof presses was done before the '50s.
> Eric Holub, SF
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