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Stephen O. Saxe, The Type Founders of New York City, – Joseph R. Dunlap, Two Victorian Voices Advocating Good Book Design: II. Charles Kegan Paul, Perceptive Publisher.
Neville Thompson, A Note on Bruce Rogers in Youth and Age. Robert Singerman, A Curious Document Attributing a Jewish Background to Johann Gutenberg. Stephen O. Saxe, The Type Founders of New York City, – Joseph R. Dunlap, Two Victorian Voices Advocating Good Book Design: II. Charles Kegan Paul, Perceptive Publisher.
Neville Thompson, A Note on Bruce Rogers in Youth and Age. He began his career in summer stock doing set design and then moved to television where he designed sets for soap operas. Subsequently he became a book designer and graphic artist for Harcourt Brace in New York City.
Retiring at 55, Saxe turned to full-time study of letterpress printing and the collecting of type specimen catalogs. The Type Founders of New York City, – In Printing History –15, Obituary, James Lindsay. In The New York Times, 03 September Catalogue of the Books in the Library of the Typothetae of the City of New York, page Typothetae at the DeVinne Press, Saxe, S.O.
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1 , ():American Printing History Association (APHA) Newsletter 5 (). Posts Index to Printing History. This page indexes articles, subjects, authors and reviews published in Printing History, the biannual journal of the American Type founders of New York City 1840-1900.
book History the issue column, the prefixes “OS” and “NS” indicate original series or new series and the numbers links to a table of contents. Individual issues can be purchased or found at a major research. About Manhattan, New York City, New York Directory: This directory, published annually in the s, is an excellent source of genealogical and social data on early New York City and can be used to supplement the U.S.
Census, which does not provide full names, addresses, or. April 6, - Edgar Allan Poe, the highly regarded writer of short stories, departs his home in Philadelphia for New York City. Although most of this best works were written while in the City of Brotherly Love for two years, he left the city with $ to his name.
Prices and Wages by Decade: New book prices, New York City, On the same page see porter rates. Steamship fares, Fall rates. Gaze's Tourist Gazette is a good source for ticket prices from the U.S. to other countries, and from Europe to Asia. Find additional rates in other issues of this periodical.
Architects in Practice: New York City, Union, NJ: Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records, Union, NJ: Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records, Gane, John F. American Architects Directory. 3rd ed. Prices and Wages by Decade: Also compares wages paid in Ireland that that in three American cities (New York City, Chicago and San Francisco) for the building trades: bricklayers, masons, carpenters, gasfitters, painters, plasterers and plumbers.
New book prices, New Jersey explicitly restricted the right to vote to white men only. Connecticut passed a law in taking the right to vote away from free black men and restricting suffrage to white men only.
By the s, 80 percent of the white male population could vote in New York State elections. No other state had expanded suffrage so dramatically. View thousands of films from the Prelinger Archives.
Prelinger Archives was founded in by Rick Prelinger in New York City. Over the next twenty years, it grew into a collection of o "ephemeral" (advertising, educational, industrial, and amateur) films. The New York City Central Underground Railway Co.
was chartered in May but was foreclosed by the New York Superior Court in Many of the railway's charter rights and much of its property were transferred to Origen Vandenburgh, a creditor, who with others formed the New York Underground Railway Co.
in A “Royal” Wedding in Old New York City Elizabeth Tredwell, (MHM ) The recent marriage of Prince Harry, the younger grandson of Queen Elizabeth, and Meghan Markle, an American actress, caused a stir both in England and in America.
The Della Robbia Bar is a designated New York City Interior Landmark. The Plaza Hotel is a designated New York City Landmark. The Erlanger Theater is a designated New York City Landmark and Interior Landmark. LPC, Starrett-Lehigh Building Designation Report (LP)(N.Y.: City of New York, ), prepared by Jay.
WOODS, DAVID (). Sergeant, 79th New York Infantry, Companies B, F, and A. After enlisting as a private at New York City on February 2,Woods mustered into Company B of the 79th New York. He was promoted to corporal and transferred to Company F on unknown dates.
the New York Central Building aie designated New York City Landmarks. McFadden. The Della Robbia Bar is a designated New York City Interior Landmark. The Plaza Hotel and Steinway Hall are designated New York City Landmarks. The Erlanger Theater is a designated New York City Landmark and Interior Landmark.
By the s, jazz had spread from African American clubs in New Orleans and Chicago to reach greater popularity in New York and abroad. One New York jazz establishment, the Cotton Club, became particularly famous and attracted large audiences of hip, young, and white flappers and sheiks to see black entertainers play jazz (Figure ).
Western Brewer, One Hundred Years of Brewing, A Supplement to “The Western Brewer” (Chicago: H.S. Rich & Co., ), 99– A recent study of yeast DNA suggests that lager beer was discovered in fifteenth-century Bavaria, so the much later nineteenth-century date may simply account for larger scale, regular brewing of lager beer.
Newton Bacon was the 2nd cousin of Hudson Bacon one of the founders of the Western Emigration Company, a investment company that sold shares to build a settlement in the West. Pike was founded J The town was later called Southport know it is known as Kenosha city in Wisconsin.
Source; Biography of his. An Old Merchant’s House: Life at Home in New York City, New York: Girandole Books, Levitt, Judith Walzer. Brought to Bed: Childbearing in America, New York: Oxford University Press, New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Fort Greene Historic District Designation Report. Septem Louis F. Haffen – two-time Bronx, New York Borough President, –; John Paul Hammerschmidt – served for 13 terms in the United States House of Representatives from Arkansas; William Havemeyer – served three times as the Mayor of New York City (–, –, and –) Max W.
Heck – politician and jurist. Paterson / ˈ p æ t ər s ə n / is the largest city in and the county seat of Passaic County, New Jersey, United States.
As of the United States Census, its population wasrendering it New Jersey's third-most-populous city reflecting a decline of 3, (%) from thecounted in the Census, which had in turn increased by 8, (+%) from thecounted in.
Every fan of America's pastime knows it was born in Cooperstown, New York. But that history is an invention, cooked up in by a committee charged with figuring out the origins of baseball. They gave the credit to Abner Doubleday, a Civil War hero who allegedly invented the game in Cooperstown in The truth is, Doubleday wasn't even a.
New York: Gast Lithograph and Engraving, An interesting snapshot of an important late nineteenth century New York City brewery. Elzinga, Kenneth. “The Beer Industry.” In The Structure of American Industry, ninth edition, edited by W.
Adams and J. Brock. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, A good overview summary of the. Poloma, Margaret M., author. New York: New York University Press, © Description Book — 1 online resource (ix, pages) Digital: data file.
Summary. The s was a decade that ran from January 1,to Decem Throughout the decade, many countries (particularly in Europe) worldwide saw many revolts and uprisings, with the most prominent ones happening in Aside from uprisings, the United States began to see a shifting population that migrated to the West Coast, as the California Gold Rush ensued in the latter half of the.
He was a witty, peg-legged ladies' man. He was an eyewitness to two revolutions (American and French) who joked with George Washington, shared a mistress with Talleyrand, and lost friends to the guillotine. In his spare time he gave New York City its street grid and New York State the Erie Canal.Hans S.
Christian Memorial Kindergarten was the first Methodism, and the founders of New York City’s Steadman Francis, Architects in Practice in New York City, (New York: Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records, ); James.Julia Francis McHugh Morton (Ap – Septem ) was an American author and was research professor of biology, and director of the Morton Collectanea at the University of was elected a Fellow of the Linnean Society of London in Well known as a lecturer on toxic, edible and otherwise useful plants, she wrote 10 books and 94 scientific papers, and.