The home of a large collection of historical printing equipment, this non-profit organization is dedicated to preserving the history of the graphic arts, printing equipment and printing craftsmanship. North Andover, Massachusetts.
One of the specialist public reference libraries of the Corporation of London. Features world famous collections covering printing and related topics such as papermaking.
Devoted to the history and art of printed communication.
Gives a virtual tour of many historical aspects of printing, binding and prepress.
An extensive listing of resources for the history of books and printing.
A study of Renaissance print shops and the contributions of Yohann Gutenberg.
One mans journey through an apprenticeship as a compositor starting in 1968. Covers monotype and linotype. Also talks about compositing before computerization.
An online exhibit that examines the development of printing and its influence on European culture.
Excerpts from the book Tramp Printers. A tramp printer was a craftsman who traveled about the world in search of work.
A concise history of the book and printing beginning in the 7th century A.D.. Contains many examples of printed works and links.