by Discovery Press .
Written in English
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The tramp printer was a typesetting troubadour with a story in lieu of a song, a scholarly hobo, and a master of the type case. Carrying little more than a union journeyman’s card and a few basic tools, . The Tramp Printers tells the story of how printers have been integral to the development of literacy and labor struggles. In a way, printers are the unsung heroes of the modern age. We can’t wait to read some of the books in the bibliography. You can purchase the book from the Eberhardt Press website. Eberhardt Press is both a printer . Adventures of a Tramp Printer a Salty Saga of the Handset Days Hicks, John Edward Published by MidAmerica Press 1st printing, Kansas City (). It all ended five centuries later, when computer typesetting replaced humans. Mark Twain, Bret Harte, Horace Greely (along with legions of much less famous printers) plied their trade and enjoyed .
Book Review: Tramp Printers – Forgotten Trails of the Travelling Typographers Reviews, Feb 9th This handsomely and mostly hand-produced book is a tribute to the craft of printing and of historical . In his book News For an Empire (), covering the history of the Spokesman-Review, Ralph E. Dyar mentions “ the tramp printers, a characteristic feature of Western newspaper offices during the eighties and nineties. Their very names were individual, perhaps invented, as: Pilgrim the Printer, California Dick, Seneca G. Ketchum, Major Henby, and J. Peck MacSwain. He engages, as great printers always have, in collaborations with master papermakers, printmakers, wood engravers, punchcutters, binders, and others who make the book what it is: a rich and varied but private and portable theater that nourishes and unifies the body and the mind." $ The Helen Fragments: from books . The best book on the subject is John Howells and Marion Dearman's book, Tramp Printers. I believe that it's now out of print although one could check Amazon or google the title for used copies. After a .
These stories reflect the world of the tramp printer. In these days of specialization and computer printing, it is fun to meet a few of the generalists from the old hot-metal and stove-pipe-soot-ink printing . Tramp Printers by Mike Cox A s the staff of the Sherman Daily Democrat worked to close out the newspaper’s forthcoming 60th anniversary edition, an old man showed up at the front counter with an . The site is an extension of the original Vamp & Tramp, Booksellers, LLC online offerings, specifically for catalogs of artists' books grouped in specific subject areas. Please visit our website for a full inventory of Vamp & Tramp offerings at We always ask our printers . The Tramp Printers: Forgotten Trails of the Travelling Typographers by Charles Overbeck. Eberhart Press, Eberhart Press, This handsomely and mostly hand-produced book is a tribute to the craft of printing .