26 lead soldiers: a textbook of printing types, methods, and processes for journalism students, and a convenient reference work for juniors in advertising offices and all others who have to do with the printed word

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Stanford University Press, 1937 - Art - 214 pages
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Contents

The antiquity of printers type and
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Type measurements the point system
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Why type is set by hand The case
46
Copyright

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