Printers and printing.
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.0515
Scope and Contents Includes the wills of A. P. Howard, Corry, Pennsylvania; 1897, and Sarah H. Howard, Wellsville, N. Y., correspondence, reports, leases, tax receipts, and mortgage. Information on J. W. Howard and Hugh H. McCullough estates. Copy of Bradstreet's report on the University Company of Olympia, Washington and J. R. Chaplin, manager of the Company. Also, report on various business enterprises and financial standing of A. P. Howard. Some correspondence of Edward Spencer and tax receipts for land in...
Collection Number: A&M.0517
Scope and Contents Includes business and personal correspondence, accounts, legal papers, bank statements, maps, etc. Business correspondence, 1850-1938, include letters concerning A. P. Howard's various business enterprises; farm, livestock, fruit and produce, Wellsville, Ohio; printing firm, Columbus, Ohio; tannery, Corry, Penna.; bank and metal works, Pittsburgh, Penna.; farm, Congo, W. Va.; subscription agent in Wellsville, Ohio for National Era, Washington, D. C. Earlier letters are to A. G. DeSellem, an...
Collection Number: A&M.4472
Collection Number: A&M.4346
Content Description Two printing plates for the front pages of the Charleston Gazette and Charleston Daily Mail on the date of the final editions of those newspapers. The final issues of each newspaper were published 15 July 2015. Starting 20 July 2015, the two newspapers were merged into a single publication, the Charleston Gazette-Mail. The printing plates are thin sheets of metal measuring 12 1/2 in. x 23 1/2 in.
Collection Number: A&M.1083
Overview Ledger of a Clay County print shop documenting its business. It contains examples of work consisting mainly of funeral notices and church bulletins. Although the name of the print shop that did the work documented in the ledger isn't recorded to it, it is possible that the shop belonged to the local newspaper.
Dates: 1957; Majority of material found in 1957
Collection Number: A&M.4323
Scope and Contents Prints, correspondence, research notes, and graphic design projects of Clifford A. Harvey, professor of art and founder of the graphic design program at West Virginia University. The majority of the material pertains to Harvey's involvement with the GramLee Collection of Early American Commercial Wood Engravings made up of wood blocks originally used by the S. George Company of Wellsburg, W. Va., and the book that he published as a result of his research titled "Before Rosebud Was a Sled."...
Dates: ca. 1920-2010; Majority of material found within 1960-1995
Collection Number: A&M.0062
Overview Court cases, 1775-1933, and county record volumes and private account books of Lewis County, 1817-1932. The private accounts include records of a harness maker, millers, druggists, printers, and general merchants. A checklist of the bound volumes is available, as well as a chronological, subject, and name index to the suit papers.
Collection Number: A&M.2156
Overview Correspondence between H. E. Matheny and Boyd B. Stutler who were antiquarian collectors of West Virginia and authors on the local history of the state. The correspondence is primarily about West Virginia imprints and historical literature. There is much discussion of the following topics as they pertain to West Virginia: colloquial language, frontier and pioneers, post offices and postal service, crimes and criminals, the Civil War, early oil industry, and printers, printing and newspapers....
Collection Number: A&M.0949
Overview Article written by Donovan H. Bond entitled Frustrated Enterprise: Morgantown's Newspapers - The First Sixty Years. The struggles that newspapers encountered in the beginning years (1804-64) is discussed. Material covers the years 1780-1933.
Collection Number: A&M.3073
Overview The records of a printers local of the International Typographical Union working at the H. C. Ogden owned newspapers of the Parkersburg Sentinel and the Parkersburg News. Included are executive board minutes, correspondence, contracts, apprentice, membership and financial records. There are also copies of the International Typographical Union Bulletin. Covered are topics of grievances, arbitrations, negotiations, union policy, jurisdiction disputes and changes in technology, particularly...