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Add "punch" to your printing with Hamilton wood type. 1951
American line type book: borders and ornaments price list, printing machinery and material. 1906
Artistic signs: how to design and make them. Koller, E.L (1924)
ATF Spartan: medium and italic.
Automatic white space.
Bauer types in use.
The Blue Streak Linotypes: master models 31 & 32.
The Blue Streak Linotypes: model fourteen.
Book of letterheads set in type without aid of hand-lettering or special artwork, etc. Williams, Robert A. (1941)
Book of type specimens: comprising a large variety of superior copper- mixed types, rules, borders, galleys, printing presses, electric-welded chases paper, and card cutters, wood goods, bookbinding machinery etc., together with vaulable information to the craft. Specimen book no. 9. Barnhart Brothers & Spindler ([1907])
Gothics and wood border. Hamilton Manufacturing Co. (Two Rivers, Wis.) ([1926])
Hamilton printing plant equipment / manufactured by Hamilton Manufacturing Company. Hamilton Manufacturing Co. (Two Rivers, Wis.) ([1922-1932])
Hamilton's wood type. Hamilton Manufacturing Co. (Two Rivers, Wis.) ([1901])
Hill's manual of social and business forms : a guide to correct writing, showing how to express written thought plainly, rapidly, elegantly and correctly in social and business life. Hill, Thomas E. (1876)
Instruction on installation, care and operation of the chandler & price 10x15 and 12x18 craftsman press with rice automatic feeder 1934. Chandler & Price company (1934)
J.E. Hamilton. Byers, Mark Rhea (1932)
[Letter from Ray C. Cook, sales director of Hamilton Manufacturing Company regarding Hamilton wood type catalog no. 25]. Cook, Ray C. (1951)
La lettre d'imprimerie: origine, développement, classification & 12 notices illustrées sur les arts du livre. Thibaudeau, F (1921)
La lettre d'imprimerie: origine, développement, classification & 12 notices illustrées sur les arts du livre. Thibaudeau, F (1921)
Linotype news. 1963
Linotype's Spartan family: five useful weights: light, book, medium, heavy, black - and four weights of Spartan Condensed. Mergenthaler Linotype Company
The manual of linotype typography: prepared to aid users and producers of printing in securing greater unity and real beauty in the printed page; typographical plan and critical comment by William Dana Orcutt, in co-operation with Edward E. Bartlett. [1923]
Miscellaneous printing plant equipment: time and labor-saving devices for the composing room, pressroom and bindery. American Type Founders Company ([192-?] )
New type faces, borders, elements, brass rule. American Type Founders Company (1917)
Nickel-alloy type: Keystone Type Foundry. 1906
The Nubian: a new fashion in types.
Pony specimen book and price list from Barnhart Bros. & Spindler, Incorporated: comprising a large variety of types, rules, borders, printing presses, paper and card cutters, bookbinding machinery, etc., together with valuable information to the craft. Barnhart Brothers & Spindler ([1893] )
Price list and printers' purchasing guide : showing specimens of printing type manufactured by Marder, Luse & Co., foundry, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. Marder, Luse & Co (1893)
Price list of printing type and typographic material. Mackellar, Smiths & Jordan Co (1891)
The printing arts: selected from a detailed description of all guilds. Sachs, Hans, Ammann, Jost (1968)
Specimen book and catalog : a price list of printers' supplies showing types and rules in which are embodied all the latest ideas that enable the printer to produce superior work in a most economical manner among which betterments may be especially mentioned the casting of types on standard line and unit sets. Inland Type Foundry (1897)
Specimen book of American line type faces : American point line, point body and point set. American Type Founders Company ([1903])
Specimen book of type: comprising a large variety of superior copper-mixed types, rules, borders, printing presses, paper and card cutters, wood goods, bookbinding machinery, etc., together with valuable information to the craft. Barnhart Brothers & Spindler ([1900] )
Specimens of high grade offset inks. Sigmund Ullman Company ([192-?])
Two-series modernage typography introduced by the American Type Founders Company.
Type specimen book. Democrat Printing Co. (Madison, Wis.) ([1940])
Types: fancy metal rules and metal furniture too.
Wood 2. Morgan Press ([1964])
Wood type. Hamilton Manufacturing Co. (Two Rivers, Wis.) (1938)
Wood type. 1897
Woodcock's printers' and lithographers' weekly gazette. 1881
Woodtype: selective emphasis for fine typography. 1960

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American Type Founders Company [3 vols.]
Barnhart Brothers & Spindler [3 vols.]
Byers, Mark Rhea
Chandler & Price company
Cook, Ray C.
Democrat Printing Co. (Madison, Wis.)
Hamilton Manufacturing Co. (Two Rivers, Wis.) [4 vols.]
Hill, Thomas E.
Inland Type Foundry
Koller, E.L
Mackellar, Smiths & Jordan Co
Marder, Luse & Co
Mergenthaler Linotype Company
Morgan Press
Sachs, Hans, Ammann, Jost
Sigmund Ullman Company
Thibaudeau, F [2 vols.]
Williams, Robert A.

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