Thursday, July 17, 2014

Schemes of Various Other Irregular Sizes Might Have Been Introduced but They Could Answer No Other Purpose than That of Pleasing the Fancy by Exhibiting the Possibility of Folding a Sheet of Paper into so Many Different Forms (1828)

John Johnson, An Abridgment of Johnson's Typographia: or the Printer's Instructor; with an Appendix (Boston: C.L. Adams, 1828), 194.