The Printing Art
The Printing Art. Volume I, Numbers 1 and 2. Cambridge, Massachusetts, March and April 1903.
Edited by Henry Lewis Johnson, both copies in original wrappers, the March issue with marginal waterstains on the cover, a showcase for the printer's art at the turn of the 20th century, with multicolor printing by various graphic processes and other printing samples throughout, many illustrations and advertisements printed on different paper stocks and tipped in, one cover attributed to William Bradley, with other illustrations by Maxfield Parrish, Edward Edwards, and others from New England area fine presses, engravers, printing press, ink, and paper manufacturers, and other related suppliers to the craft.