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This Was Updike, Eminent Historian Of Printing Types—2

  Herein is the second part of a review of Daniel B. Updike’s Printing Types. In spite of the conservatism of its proprietor, as noted in the preceding part of this review, the Merrymount Press was one of the great printing establishments during the first four decades of this century, producing a volume of work […]