16 pp. sales brochure printed by the American Type Founders Company on the exposition floor at the 1922 Boston Graphic Arts Exposition, to promote its line of printing and typesetting equipment, including the Liberty Quick Chane Folders with Kelly Automatic Feeder, Boston Wire Stitchers, Chandler & Price Presses and Paper Cutters, Kelly Automatic Job Press, and other machines, showcased in a pamphlet which was "printed, folded, stitched and trimmed in the Boston Graphic Arts Exposition of 1922" as stated on the inside back cover, with a list of the various machines used to create the booklet and the tasks they performed. Illustrated throughout. 4to. Original stiff printed wrpps. Some minor yellowing, overall very good. Boston (American Type Founders Company) 1922.
According to the "Policy of the American Type Founders Company" printed to the inside front cover of this booklet, the company's number one goal was "To continually create type designs which improve the quality and increase the demand for printing everywhere." To produe this booklet, the ATF printed the inside pages on a Kelly Automatic Press No. 2, the covers on a Chandler & Price Craftsman Press, 12 x 18 in., did the folding on a No. 89 Liberty Folding Machine with Kelly Automatic Feeder attached, stitched the pages on a Boston Wire Stitching Machine, and trimmed them on a Diamond Power Paper Cutter, using ATF's new Goudy Catalogue and Goudy Catalogue Italic typeface. Scarce; as of October 2020, OCLC does not locate any holdings of this booklet.
Book ID: 51029