2 edition of Bruce Rogers of October House. found in the catalog.
Bruce Rogers of October House.
L. H. Allen
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||44|
The happy hypocrite: a fairy tale for tired men by Sir Max Beerbohm; 26 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible bookMissing: Bruce Rogers October House. Bruce Rogers. Copy of his drawing “Head of the cove, Annisquam, Massachusetts,” sent as a Valentine greeting from October House, near Fairfield, CT. n.d. 30x24cm. ALS from BR to JMC. ALS. 18 or 19 January 1 p. Thanks JMC for a gift. Folder includes Bruce Rogers printed ephemera. f.6 Bruce Rogers.
The instruction as well as practice in The Complete Guide to the TOEFL Test, PBT Edition, helps students master the skills necessary to achieve the best possible score. It is one of the best Bruce Rogers books. This is a must g: October House. It was commissioned by Bruce Rogers who was the designer of the book. I n bookdealer S. R. Shapiro presented to the Library a collection of trade books that had been designed under the supervision of Bruce Rogers () during his years at the Riverside Press in Cambridge, Massachusetts ().Missing: October House.
From his youth, Bruce Rogers (–) dis-played an interest in artwork and lettering designs. After graduating from Purdue University, he moved to Boston to work as a freelance book designer. In George H. Miffl in, of Houghton, Miffl in and Company, hired Rogers to work at the Riverside Press in Cambridge, Massachusetts, eventually. October House. New Fairfield, CT. Started in by Bruce Rogers, this was the name of his studio. The Happy Hypocrite – A Fairy Tale for Tired Men. Max Beerbohm. Bruce Rogers / October House. New Fairfield. Ephemera in front cover. In cardboard jacket.
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Inthe noted book designer and Purdue alumnus Bruce Rogers wrote a book that documented and illustrated his creation of the Centaur typeface.
The book was privately printed by Rogers himself under the name of his studio, October : Bruce Rogers. 4 pp 1 sheet folded. Folio. Stiff ivory paper stock.
Printed on first page. A Nr Fine copy. Item # Enclosed is a Arthur J. Jaffé reproduction of a water color painting of a youthful Rogers- painted sixty years ago in the old garden of my birthplace in Indiana. B.R. Inthe world-renowned book designer Bruce Rogers wrote a brief text that documented and illustrated his creation of the Centaur typeface several decades earlier: The Centaur Types.
The book was privately printed by Rogers himself under the name of his design studio, October House. New Bruce Rogers of October House. book, CT: Bruce Rogers / October House, Gilt cloth and decorated boards. One of five hundred copies of a total edition of six hundred designed by Rogers, set and composed by Rudge & Sons, and printed at the Stinehour Press.
Pale violet boards a trace sunned at edges, otherwise near fine. Item #WRCLIT called October House Classics, and produced the first volume inThe Life of St. George. Although he had made plans for another title, Bruce Rogers did not live to see it started.
He died of pneumonia onfive weeks after the release of St. George and four days after his eighty-seventh birthday. FRIENDS Of BRUCE ROGERS Are INVITED TO CELEBRATE His EIGHTY- FIFTH BIRTHDAY At A LUNCHEON To Be HELD On SATURDAY, May 14TH at 12 Noon, at October House, New Fairfield, Connecticut.
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Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free. Publisher: October House | Open LibraryMissing: Bruce Rogers. Book Description Inthe noted book designer and Purdue alumnus Bruce Rogers wrote a book that documented and illustrated his creation of the Centaur typeface. The book was privately printed by Rogers himself under the name of his studio, October House.
The book was privately printed by Rogers himself under the name of his studio, October House. This limited edition of the book was transferred to the Purdue Libraries at the time of his death along with his other papers and books. Over the years the remaining stock has found its home in the Special Collections of the Libraries.
After almost five years of work, the Odysseywas published by Sir Emery Walker, Wilfred Merton, and Bruce Rogers in in an edition of copies. Each book or chapter was headed by a 24K gold and black medallion designed by Rogers. Seven separate impressions in the press were required for each g: October House.
Inthe world-renowned book designer Bruce Rogers wrote a brief text that documented and illustrated his creation of the Centaur typeface several decades earlier: The Centaur Types. NEW FAIRFIELD, Conn., May Bruce Rogers, a master of the typographical art, died this morning at October House, his home here.
He had celebrated his. When I was at the Library, opening a book and finding a bookplate designed by Bruce Rogers from rescued me and provided an epiphany. Here was an example of classical structure and typography, paired with a modern aesthetic. Symmetry did not equate to dull.
In fact, Rogers’ work proved the opposite. Book, The Oxford Bible, Cover Missing: October House. Bruce Rogers and His Centaur September-October The first book to be set in Bruce Rogers's typeface Centaur was The Centaur, by Maurice de GuÈrin, in an edition hand set by Mrs.
Rogers and published by the Montague Press in Bruce Rogers, (bornLinnwood, Ind., U.S.—diedNew Fairfield, Conn.), typographer and book designer, highly influential in fine book design in the United States during the early 20th century.
Trained as an artist, Rogers began as an illustrator for an Indianapolis newspaper. In he moved to Boston, where he met a number of men who were revolutionizing the book Missing: October House. Bruce Rogers eBooks. Buy Bruce Rogers eBooks to read online or download in PDF or ePub on your PC, tablet or mobile g: October House.
Albert Bruce Rogers, called “B.R.” by friends, was “one of the greatest artificers of the book who ever lived,” 1 according to Francis Meynell, founder of the Nonesuch Press. The Bruce Rogers Papers (; cubic feet and two oversized boxes) documents the life and career of typographer and book designer Bruce Rogers.
The Bruce Rogers Papers are organized into six series: 1. Correspondence. 8 cubic feet) 2. Creative Works, ( cubic feet) 3.
Printed Material. 2 cubic feet) 4.The Centaur Types (Book): Rogers, Bruce: Inthe noted book designer and Purdue alumnus Bruce Rogers wrote a book that documented and illustrated his creation of the Centaur typeface. The book was privately printed by Rogers himself under the name of his studio, October House.
This limited edition of the book was transferred to the Purdue Libraries at the .Centaur Types book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Inthe noted book designer and Purdue alumnus Bruce Rogers wrote /5(2).