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APHA Conference 9/22/05-9/23/05: late-breaking news

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  • Paul W. Romaine
    Please excuse cross posting this message and please do not respond to the list. September 10 is the deadline for anyone wishing to attend the 2005 conference
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      Please excuse cross posting this message and please do not respond to the list.

      September 10 is the deadline for anyone wishing to attend the 2005
      conference of the American Printing History Association in the San
      Francisco Bay area from September 22-23, 2005. Your registration must
      be postmarked by September 10. A registration form is on the APHA
      website
      http://www.printinghistory.org/htm/conference/2005/registration-2005.pdf
      (downloadable PDF/100K)

      We have late-breaking news for those attending the 2005 APHA conference:

      Wednesday September 21: Early arrivals are invited to a lecture at
      the Arion Press/Grabhorn Institute by John D. Berry on "Shaping the
      News in the Digital Age: Typography & Image on Modern Newsprint" at 6
      p.m. (1802 Hays Street, The Presidio, San Francisco). For more
      information or reservations, call (415) 561-2548. (Admission: $10,
      free to students.)

      APHA Keynote Speaker: Geoffrey Nunberg has had to withdraw as our
      keynote speaker on the Thursday night banquet at the Sir Francis
      Drake Hotel. Professor Paul Duguid will speak on "From Gutenberg to
      Project Gutenberg and Beyond."

      APHA's conference will also host Book Fest, a select group of
      booksellers and booklovers' groups, in conjunction with the
      conference. Conference participants may attend this exciting related
      event and have the opportunity to purchase artists' books, prints,
      scholarly books on the history of printing, poetry broadsides, and
      fine press books. A complete list of Book Fest participants is on the
      APHA website. (You must be registered for the conference in order to attend.)

      All conference details, including the schedule and program, can be
      found online at
      http://www.printinghistory.org/htm/conference/2005/index.htm. Please
      direct questions to apha2005@....

      We look forward to seeing you there.



      Paul W. Romaine
      Vice-President for Programs and Webmaster
      American Printing History Association
      www.printinghistory.org

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