Pages, Pictures, and Print: A Book in the Making
Harcourt, Brace, 1958 - Authors and publishers - 96 pages
The process by which a book is changed from the work of an author into a library volume is explained through a trip to a publishing house, a printing plant, a bindery, and the library.
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A STORY AND A MANUSCRIPT
FROM EDITOR TO DESIGNER
GALLEYS OF TYPE
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albumin arc lights artist begins bindery blanket cylinder blue bookseller called camera checked children's books cloth coating color composing room copy editor cover designer dots edge Electrolysis electrotyping endpapers fastened finished flat fold folding machine foreman Four-color process front matter galley proofs glue goes gray halftone drawings hold illustrations impression cylinder inches India ink jacket JOANNA FOSTER kind layers letterpress letterpress printing letters librarian libraries light line cuts line drawings lines and spots Linotype machine look magazine manuscript marked matrices metal mold moves needle negatives paint photoengraving photographs picks picture pieces of type pile plastic plate cylinder platemaker pressman pressroom printer printing plate publishing house quoins ready red-orange relief printing repro proof salesman separations sewing shape side signatures skids slips slugs spine stacked surface surface printing tape thin tray turn type face type metal words