Friday, April 25, 2008

Circus Printers #1

Around the turn of the century, The entertainment world was covered by many different forms of press but the New York Clipper and Billboard were the most predominant. Flyers, Handbills, tickets, posters, show cards, and anything else relating to publicity was being printed by many different Printing houses. These many have been by woodblock printings, engravings, typesettings or lithograhy methods. Here are a couple of the lesser known and more famous Printing houses as they advertised in the New York Clipper. This is from April 29, 1899 found on page 174.

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