From Gutenberg to The Cuneo Press
Otto M. Forkert
The Cuneo Press
Found this small chapbook in Brooklyn. It’s an interesting directed history of printing, subtitled “A Historical Sketch of the Printing Press”. The author was an instructor at the School of Art Institute of Chicago and wrote glowingly about the Cuneo Press, which published the chapbook.
Several famous illustrations throughout the text. The Cuneo Press was one of the largest commercial printing plants in the country. The company was in business for 70 years, closing when owner and founder John Cuneo died in 1977. As of the publication, however, Cuneo Press was at the top of their game with plants across the United States.
Informative but slanted, good chapbook. 30 pages.
I haven’t done a cookbook till now. This 47 page chapbook deals with soufflés. It was illustrated by Pamela Marsh. It’s a little “hippy-dippy” but that’s cool.
In the Spirit of Shaker
John C Campbell Folk School
Very small gallery exhibition booklet. Chapbooks come in all shapes and sizes.
Shire Natural History Series
Well made chapbook from England with color photos throughout. 24 pages. Also a few B&W illustrations. Great resource for shroomers.
Book Stalking at Home & Abroad
Southern Methodist University
This handsome chapbook was designed and created for the 25 anniversary of a lecture given at SMU by Mr. Zeitlin on the subject of book finding. Mr. Zeitlin was world renowned for his abilities in the field and had been instrumental in the growth of SMU’s highly regarded library. Well made chapbook, unnumbered pages. Cover illustration by Barbara Whitehead.