Archivist’s Note 2

Following up on a few type case history-related posts over on the Lawson Archive’s brother site Typocurious, I post an article Professor Lawson prepared for publication in the May 1974 issue of Printing Impressions. The issue of who truly invented the California Job Case still appears to be unresolved. Thankfully scholars such as Lewis Pryor, George Harding and Annette Windele have shed some light upon the subject. Here for your edification is “The Uncertain Background of Type Cases.”

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