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Remembering Carl Hertzog, a Texas printer and his books

Al Lowman

Remembering Carl Hertzog, a Texas printer and his books

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Published by Still Point Press in Dallas .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southwestern States,
  • Texas,
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Hertzog, Carl.,
    • Printers -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Printing -- Texas -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Book design -- United States.,
    • Southwestern States -- Bibliography.,
    • Texas -- Imprints.

    • Edition Notes

      Limited edition of 300 copies.

      Statementby Al Lowman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ232.H54 L683 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination46 p. :
      Number of Pages46
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3027636M
      ISBN 100933841000
      LC Control Number85008088
      OCLC/WorldCa12080102

      Richard Wagener (born ) is an American wood engraver known for his prints and fine press books. His work has been collected by over seventy-five public institutions. One of his books was included in Artists' Books in the Modern Era, – at the Legion of Honor, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Victoria Dailey has called Wagener the first California artist since Paul Landacre to. Carl Hertzog, The Composing Stick as Paint Brush, signed by Hertzog. This is the first imprint of Steve Schuster’s Quoin Press, which did a number of Hertzog pieces. It is almost a miniature, measuring about by cm. It has sewn printed wrappers and is held in a printed date:   The 10th book in the TCU Texas Poet Laureate Series honors the Texas Poet Laureate, A.C. Greene Award winner, former Air Force pilot and longtime Texas .


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Remembering Carl Hertzog, a Texas Printer and His Books [Lowman, Al] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Remembering Carl Hertzog, a Texas Printer and His Books. : REMEMBERING CARL HERTZOG, A TEXAS PRINTER AND HIS BOOKS: First edition.

4to. Limited to copies of which this is number Two-tone quarter cloth and boards, Hertzog's logo stamped in gilt on the front cover and titles in black on a small paper spine label, as issued, [6], 46 [3] pp., illustrated from photographs.

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Publisher: Dallas: Still Point Press, (). Edition: First edition, one of copies designed and printed by the Wind River Press; this copy is designated "printer's copy." Condition: Fine copy in the publisher's slipcase.

Book ID: Description. 4to, original gray cloth spine, maroon paper boards, printed paper label. Carl Hertzog is often credited with first bringing fine bookmaking to Texas, both through his own work, and later as the head of Texas Western Press, which he founded at the College of Mines and Metallurgy (later Texas Western College and ultimately The University of Texas at El Paso).

Hertzog was born in Lyons, France in to American parents. Some relate to Carl Hertzog's printing and design work, others were gifts from friends and colleagues, and many were simply "reading" books enjoyed and perused by Carl and Vivian.

Items (with the exception of Items and ) will be sold only as a group. Remembering Carl Hertzog, a Texas Printer and His Books: Lowman, Al: Books - or: Al Lowman.

Introduction--"The printer and the bookseller: a happy collaboration re-visited" / by Al Lowman --Carl Hertzog and Hertzogiana: designed by, printed by, and/or written by or about Carl Hertzog --From the personal library of Carl Hertzog --References and sources consulted --Lowman index: cross references from Lowman's Printer at the pass --Index.

Buy Remembering Carl Hertzog, a Texas Printer and His Books by Lowman, Al (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Al Lowman. Carl Hertzog was born on February 8, in France; although he moved to the US early in his childhood he did not come to El Paso, Texas until the early Remembering Carl Hertzog.

While in El Paso he made his mark as a printer, book designer and typographer. Al Lowman, Remembering Carl Hertzog: A Texas Printer and His Books (Dallas: Still Point Press, ). Vertical Files, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin.

Vertical Files, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin. A first edition copy of Remembering Carl Hertzog, a Texas Printer and His Books by Al Lowman.

This copy is limited to copies and signed by Al Lowman and David Holman, the book designer. The aut. The Hertzog Lectures, inaugurated on February 5,is presented bienially to honor the memory and life work of the "Printer at the Pass," J.

Carl Hertzog (). A premier typographer and book designer long before his association with the University of Texas at El Paso, Mr.

Hertzog brought his international renown to the then-Texas. Lowman’s books include This Bitterly Beautiful Land: A Texas Commonplace Book (); Printer at the Pass: The Work of Carl Hertzog (); First United Methodist Church, San Marcos, Texas: th Anniversary Year, – (); Printing Arts in Texas (); Remembering Carl Hertzog, A Texas Printer and His Books (); and Remembering.

More than a printer and publisher, Carl J. Hertzog, who died inwas a highly regarded creative artist with a nationwide reputation. honed his talents in the field of printing and book. A uniquely curated, carefully authenticated and ever-changing assortment of uncommon art, jewelry, fashion accessories, collectibles, antiques & more.

Find unreal value with everything starting at $1. The Texas Center for The Book at the Dallas Public Library "Printer at the Pass," J. Carl Hertzog (). Books bearing the distinctive Carl Hertzog colophon reached a.

Carl Hertzog Archive of Correspondence. Dating from throughthis archive consists of over letters - Available at March 14 Texana Grand. N.P. The Quion Press, 16mo. stiff paper wrappers unpaginated. About this Item: Carl Hertzog, El Paso, TX, Hard Cover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine.

Tom Lea (illustrator). First Edition. Signed by Rex Strickland, who wrote the notes, Tom Lea who did the drawings and Carl Herzog who designed the book on a blank page following the free front end paper. Signed By Author and Illustrator.

We specialize in books on Texas, Southwest, Mexico, and the Civil War in Texas and the West. Our Mexican selections pertain mainly to the Mexican Revoulution and Mexico as related to Texas history. Texas Western Press of the University of Texas at El Paso was founded in by Carl Hertzog, internationally renowned typographer, book designer, and printer.

The distinctive Hertzog colophon and his incomparable touches continued to appear in Texas Western Press publications until his.

French fold. Design by Hertzog. Ltd. Essay by Hertzog about Cisneros. Full page illustration of a family from the East meeting a friendly Mexican family in the shadow of Mt.

Franklin by Cisneros. Hertzog and his frequent collaborator, Tom Lea, were approached to respectively be designer and printer (Hertzog), and author and illustrator (Lea) for that history.

Lea was a surprising choice, as the most likely author – J. Frank Dobie – actively lobbied the Kleberg family for the commission to write the history of the ranch. Carl Hertzog, author of Some southwestern trails, on LibraryThing Printer at the pass: the work of Carl Hertzog 1 copy.

El Paso Public Library 1 copy. Members. Top members (works) Texas_Collection, EdPease. Recently added. EdPease, Texas_Collection. THE JEAN WHITE/HERTZOG COLLECTION was donated by Mrs. Carl Hertzog and Mr. and Mrs. White in The items in the collection represent books designed and printed by Carl Hertzog of El Paso, perhaps Texas's most distinguished printer, as well as ephemeral items with manuscript notations by Mr.

Hertzog. Lea's lifelong friend Carl Hertzog, a book designer, printed both books as well as Lea's Bullfight Manual for Spectators (). After the war, Lea began to write fiction, including The Brave Bulls (), The Wonderful Country (), The Primal Yoke (), and The Hands of Cantú ().

Carl Hertzog, Printer Katherine Simons Follow this and additional works at: This Contents is brought to you for free and open access by the University of New Mexico Press at UNM Digital Repository.

It has been accepted for inclusion in New Mexico Quarterly by an authorized editor of UNM Digital Repository. Carl Hertzog was born on month dayat birth place, to Carl Hertzog and Maria Louisa Hertzog (born Boebion).

Carl was born on ABT /, in Domfessel, Bas-Rhin, France. Maria was born on ABT /, in Neunkirchen, Prussia. SU rises to #2 among Impact Schools while the Center for Career & Professional Development is recognized as #3 Best Career Services in the nation.

The Carl Hertzog Award for Excellence in book design was created to acknowledge the art of fine printing, encourage work by new and established artisans and honor the craftsmanship as well as the visual and physical elements of books. This year, 47 entries.

Milligan, who will deliver the Carl Hertzog Lecture, is a prolific, award-winning author in numerous genres, ranging from children’s books to novels for young adults, plays, and adult poetry and criticism. He has been the publisher, editor and designer of Wings Press sincewhere he has published some titles in all genres.

in Texas. The project, a collaborative effort with Carl Hertzog as printer and book designer, Holland McCombs as researcher, Francis Fugate as annotator and Tom Lea as illustrator and writer, took five years and two volumes to complete. InLea wrote and illustrated another book, In. The Carl Hertzog Award for excellence in book design was created to acknowledge the art of fine printing, encourage work by new and established artisans and honor the craftsmanship as well as the visual and physical elements of books.

This year, 47 entries. Title: Carl Hertzog Lecture Series - The Making of Books, Author: UTEP Library, Name: Carl Hertzog Lecture Series - The Making of Books, Length: 20 pages, Page: 4, Published: Carl Hertzog passed away on Febru in Ephrata, Pennsylvania.

Funeral Home Services for Carl are being provided by Paul L Gravenor Home For Funerals Inc. Tom Calloway Lea III was a painter, muralist, illustrator, and author best known for his depictions of the El Paso, Texas, region and his World War II illustrations which appeared in Life magazine.: Lea was born Jin El Paso to Tom Lea Jr., and Zola May Utt Lea.

Tom Lea Jr., was a renowned criminal lawyer and the mayor of El Paso from to Carl Frederick Hertzog Ap - September 2, I remember the fishing trips and the Dodger games we went to. I always looked up to you and wanted you to be proud of me. I know you are in a better place with Mom.

I love you. Ron Ronald Alan Hertzog, September 3, Would you like to say a few words. Please fill in the form below. It was through his relationship with Lea, Cisneros was able to connect with J. Carl Hertzog (), a printer and publisher that hired Cisneros for illustration work.

Through his collaborations with Hertzog included illustration of books, book plates, greeting cards, calendars, programs and. Recent documents in Carl Hertzog Lecture Series. Carl Hertzog Lecture Series.

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