Lark Sparrow Press at American Printing History Association

The annual meeting for the American Printing HistoryAssociation (APHA) was held at Columbia College Chicago last week. The print work of Lark Sparrow Press was part of the exhibition program. The organization exists to:

1) To encourage the study of printing history, especially American printing history, in all its facets from a world context to national, regional, state and local interests, and including all the arts and technologies relevant to printing, book arts and letter forms; 
2) To produce and promote publications, exhibitions, conferences, lectures and other functions, at both national and local levels, by which information and ideas relating to printing history may be exchanged; 
3) To foster the development and maintenance of libraries and museums for the preservation of materials bearing on printing history, including specimens of printing and the equipment and materials used in printing; and 
4) To cooperate with other organizations, institutions and individuals to recognize the central importance of printing to humanity. “

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