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ca. 1980s-2016 (Creation)
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15.2 cm of textual records and other materials.
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Series contains copies of books and ephemera published by Milroy in collaboration with other printing presses including, the Papermaker’s Press (Millennium), Wessel 7 Liberman Booksellers (What the Fisherman knows), Cat Skinner Press (Botanical Suite by Briony Morrow-Cribbs), Xexoxial Editions (Xerolage 62), Homenaje (El Forastero), or printed for specific individuals including Jennifer van De Pol (A Handful of Odes), Robert R. Reid (Love, Toni), Rachel M. Pollak (An Adventure is an Inconvenience Rightly Considered; Until Now), etc., and includes design sketches, proof copies, various dummies, printing plates, printing blocks, photographs, negatives and other documents used in the creation of each item.
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Photograph identifier: BC-2137/01-15.
Series includes 15.2 cm of textual records, 12 metal plates on wood blocks, 10 negative strips, 5 photographs; b&w, and 1 wood block.