n.p. Printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy, 1976. Limited Edition. No binding. One of 150 copies, quarto size,  pp. Fine. Item #200315024
This keepsake for the joint meeting of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs of California features a short biography of the San Francisco printer Haywood H. Hunt, who was vastly influential to the typography and fine press scene in San Francisco, even teaching type-setting to Robert Grabhorn, of the Grabhorn Press.
The printers Lawton and Alfred Kennedy produced this booklet; Lawton Kennedy worked for notable printers such as John Henry Nash and Jane Grabhorn of the Colt Press and eventually began publishing books under his own imprint.
___DESCRIPTION: One sheet folded twice to make four pages, title in black with tipped-in photograph of Haywood Hunt on the front page, another black-and-white tipped-in photograph of Hunt on the third page; quarto size (11" by 8.5"), one of 150 copies, unnumbered.
___CONDITION: A fine copy, clean and without wear.
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