Badger Graphics has been a supplier to small newspapers and printers for many years, and still lists lith film and developers in their catalog: http://www.badgergraphic.com/17ed.pdf
. Badger also lists some basic letterpress supplies as well.
I used to purchase film from Freestyle Sales in Los Angeles, but in a quick look at their website offerings, I don't see lith film, but they do have A&B Lith developer listed. Perhaps they have the film also, but I just didn't see it.
--- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, "Susan MAKOV" <smakov@...> wrote:
> I wondered if anyone was having problems obtaining high contrast film and developer these days. I was trained to work with these materials, but have not used them in at least 6 years. Yes bypassing scanning and going from film would be helpful for images. Would type be fine as contacts from digital print-outs on digital film? How would an image requiring type work with old analog film/and developer without the use of a copy camera?
> Susan Makov
> Green Cat Press