Paper on the Press
San Francisco, California
October 16-18, 2014

Paper and printing presses share a wealth of connections. It is difficult to imagine two more intertwined inventions, or any other pair of innovations as significant to the enhancement of human knowledge, expression, and creativity. From hand-made to machine-made to digital, from industry to education to the arts, Paper on the Press, a joint annual conference of the American Printing History Association (APHA) and the Friends of Dard Hunter (FDH) will examine the historical and contemporary ties that bind paper and print through presentations, demonstrations, excursions—and camaraderie between the two organizations.

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Hosted by the Friends of Dard Hunter (FDH), the American Printing History Association (APHA), and the San Francisco Center for the Book.