The type for the first signature is shown set, tied up and placed in galleys
Funds for materials to produce The Young Manhood of Dave Chamlee, a coming-of-age story about my great grandfather told by my father, William Zane Chamlee, in a Humanities term paper he wrote while attending Claremont Men’s College in the 1950s.
The project is an artist’s book, letterpress printed and bound by hand in an edition of 33. The faculty development grant award has provided for the purchase of lead foundry type for the text and decorative elements, handmade papers, printing plates for the images, leather and binding materials.
Associate Professor, Communication Arts
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