2 edition of Fred Anthoensen found in the catalog.
Walter Muir Whitehill
|Statement||by Walter Muir Whitehill, given at the Composing Room, New York City, 23 February 1966.|
|Contributions||Standard, Paul, 1900-|
|LC Classifications||Z232.A63 W48 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||82197462|
“After Fred Anthoensen died in the late s, the place went into suspended animation,” Kennett says. “At the time of my arrival, it was still an all-letterpress shop with Linotype machines and giant cylinder printing presses, like something you would have expected to see in the s or '50s!”. Anthoensen, Fred. Types and Bookmaking. Containing Notes on the Books Printed at the Southworth-Anthoensen Press and a Bibliographical Catalogue By Ruth A. Chaplin. Portland, ME: Southworth-Anthoensen Press, First Edition. Hardcover. Overall, a very handsome copy of this wonderful bibliographic reference, sadly missing the slipcase.
"A Book of Seventy-six Original Designs. Reproduced in Color on Sunburst Cover Paper." From the collection of printer Will Ransom. Stock number: HAMPCONS02 Shelf CodeA2. $ Add to Cart Add to Cart. Hardcover, Out of Print. Printing Typography. In Tribute to Fred Anthoensen, Master Printer In Tribute to Fred Anthoensen, Master Printer. Fred Anthoensen, hired in as compositor, was, by ,the Press's managing director. In , the firm became the Southworth-Anthoensen Press, and in , the Anthoensen Press. After Anthoensen's death in , the Press continued under different managers, including Harry Milliken and Henry C. Thomas who owned the Press until its closure.
Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing. Additional books from the extended shelves: Moxon, Joseph, The art of cutting, casting, and preparing of letter for printing. (Portland, Me., Printed by the Southworth-Anthoensen press, ), also by Fred Anthoensen (page images at HathiTrust). Adventures with Books and Manuscripts. Boston and. Printed, New York: Houghton Milin Company, slipcase. LIMITED EDITION, number 64 of copies printed by Fred Anthoensen.
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John Bell Type: Its Loss and Rediscovery. Anthoensen was recognized as an exemplary craftsman in his day. Contains type specimens, typographic ornaments and flowers, and specimen pages, accompanied by a descriptive catalogue. Bound in full charcoal linen buckram with black morocco spine.
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By the name of the press was changed to Southworth-Anthoenson to reflect Fred Anthoensen's important role, and after it was simply called The Anthoensen Press.
Nationally known as an exemplary craftsman in the field of typography and the graphic arts, Anthoensen also authored two books: Types and Book Making and John Bell Type: Its. As a printer, Fred Anthoensen believed that a well-designed book helped make reading a larger experience; he believed that the look and feel of the binding, paper and type added to the readability of the book.
Fred Anthoensen Frederick William Anthoensen was born to Peter Jacobson Anthoensen and his wife on Apin Tondor, South Jutland, Denmark. He was brought to the United States as an infant and attended schools in Portland, Maine, during which time he became interested in printing through the works of two Boston printers, D.B.
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Bythe name of the press was changed to Southworth-Anthoenson to reflect Fred Anthoensen's important role, and afterit was simply called The Anthoensen Press. The collection contains more than books, pamphlets, broadsides, and ephemera printed.
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Books. The Anthoensen Press was founded in as the Southworth Press by the Rev. Francis Southworth. Fred Anthoensen, hired in as compositor, was, by ,the Press's managing director. Inthe firm became the Southworth-Anthoensen Press, and inthe Anthoensen Press.
The art of cutting, casting, and preparing of lettering for printing, with a neat representation of a letter-founder's work-house, together with a note on type-founding by Fred Anthoensen,Southworth-Anthoensen Press edition, in English.
Fred Anthoensen () Portland, ME: The Southworth-Anthoensen Press, Frederick William Anthoensen was born in Denmark, but came to the United States as an infant. He attended school in Portland, Maine. This book has resulted from a catalogue of the books printed by the Southworth-Anthoensen Press and its predecessor, compiled by Miss Ruth A.
Chaplin, head reader of the Press. She assigned to me, as being the only person who could give the account, the task of writing the story behind them. sale by the Southworth-Anthoensen Press, designed by Fred Anthoensen.
Foreword by Paul A. Bennett. This is a reprint of Josiah Henry Benton’s monograph about the English eighteenth-century calligrapher, japanner, type-founder and printer, John Baskerville, first read before the Society of Printers inand first printed by D.
Christmas Books (together with) A Bibliographical Check-list of Christmas Books;More Christmas Books. By: Klinefelter, Walter Price: $ Publisher: Portland, Maine, Southworth-Anthoensen Press:The company was renamed the Anthoensen Press in after it was bought by Fred Anthoensen, a Danish printer who began as Southworth’s apprentice.
Fred’s vision and dedication to rare typography and design cemented the press’s reputation nationwide as a standard-bearer of. Books listed by Press: 1. The Southworth-Anthoensen Press: Edward F. Stevens, Three Letters from BR:EW () 2. Fred Anthoensen: H. Richard Archer and Reuben Pearson, The Private Press of Thomas Perry Stricker () 3.
Archdiocese of Baltimore: Calendar for [calligraphy by .The book was planned and printed by Fred Anthoensen at the Anthoensen Press in Portland. Main. The book is illustrated with drawings from R.J. Holden and is signed by him on the colophon.
The book is in near fine condition with some spotting to the top-edge for a couple of inches out from the spine."Two hundred and fifty copies of this book have been printed by Fred Anthoensen at the Southworth Press, Portland, Maine, U.S.A., November, "--Colophon.
Description: 41 pages: illustrations, facsimiles ; 22 cm.