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Series 1: Interviews, 1983-1992 (continued)
"Union Printers Home" interviews, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1988 February 1-5 (continued)
Joe Malady, 1988 February 3
ITEM_ID AFC 2018/013: SR17 Sound recording on cassette
Amelia Story and Hazel Orff, 1988 February 3
ITEM_ID AFC 2018/013: SR18 Sound recording on cassette
"Birthday Party," 1988 February 3
Includes interviews with Phil Weinstein and Fred Zaner
ITEM_ID AFC 2018/013: SR19 Sound recording on cassette
Filadelphio Valdez, 1988 February 5 - 1991 September 21
ITEM_ID AFC 2018/013: SR19 Sound recording on cassette, 1988 February 5
BOX-FOLDER 1/21 Correspondence, 1988 April 3 - 1991 September 21
manuscripts; 6 photographic prints
Sandy Bevis, 1988 February 5
ITEM_ID AFC 2018/013: SR20 Sound recording on cassette
Clifford Gallant, 1988 February 5
ITEM_ID AFC 2018/013: SR20 - SR21 Sound recordings on cassette
Barnie Weeks interview, Montgomery, Alabama, 1988 December 12
BOX-FOLDER 1/22 Transcript
BOX-FOLDER 1/23 Miscellaneous Short Interviews - Notes, 1986 January 31 - 1986 February 21
Includes notes from Holtzberg's interviews and interactions with Rudy De Felice, Bill Glick, Richard Grasby, and John Peckham.
Series 2: Manuscripts, correspondence, and production files, 1972-2002 , Bulk: 1983-1994
Series primarily contains records, manuscripts, and research materials created or collected by Holtzberg related to her study of "hot metal" typesetting during her PhD research in folklore and folklife and the publication of her manuscript "The Lost World of the Craft Printer." The major subseries is "The Lost World of the Craft Printer," which contains production files and correspondence with the University of Illinois Press concerning the editing and publication of that book. A unique subseries otherwise unrelated to the other records in the collection is Holtzberg's journals from her time as a high school student at the Trailside Country School in 1972-1973.
BOX-FOLDER 2/1-2 Dissertation research, 1983-1987
Holtzberg's correspondence and notes from interactions with advisors, including Henry Glassie, Ray Birdwhistell, Dan Traister, and Alastair Reid. Also includes readings, her notes on methodology, and drafts of papers and articles.
BOX-FOLDER 2/3-4 Archie Green - correspondence, 1987-1994
Includes some correspondence with others, including Alastair Reid and Judith McCulloh, and letters which Archie Green wrote to others on behalf of Holtzberg.
"The Lost World of the Craft Printer," 1986-2002
Records concerning the contracting, editing, production, and release of Holtzberg's 1992 manuscript, The Lost World of the Craft Printer for the University of Illinois Press. The correspondence in the subseries includes some additional information about Holtzberg's research interview subjects.
BOX-FOLDER 2/5 Dust jacket, 1992
BOX-FOLDER 2/6-7 Illustrations, line art, and photos, undated
56 photographic prints; 3 4x5 black and white negatives; 4 35mm negative strips; 4 illustrations
Materials and layout mockups for a majority of the illustrations and photographs in The Lost World of the Craft Printer. Includes prints of some of the slides in the Union Printers Home photographs folder (box 1, folder 18).
ITEM_ID AFC 2018/013: C001 Draft, "No More High Hats," 1990 March
1 5.25" computer diskette; 16 computer files
"No More High Hats" was the working title for the Lost World of the Craft Printer. The files are a pre-print draft of the book saved on a 5.25" floppy. They are wordperfect 5.1 formatted, and appear to have some data corruption. This floppy was originally housed in box two, folder six. The floppy has been reformatted to a digital disk image and the files are available in the Folklife Reading Room by request.
BOX-FOLDER 2/8-9 Judith McCulloh - University of Illinois Press - correspondence, 1986-2002 , Bulk: 1986-1994
Judith McCulloh was Holtzberg's Executive Editor for The Lost World of the Craft Printer. Correspondence concerns the contracting, editing, and production of the book.
BOX-FOLDER 2/10 Permissions - correspondence, 1987-1990
Correspondence concerns the licensing of works for reproduction in The Lost World of the Craft Printer
BOX-FOLDER 2/11 Permissions - informants, 1990
Includes correspondence securing permissions from informants and interviewees' for reuse of their statements. Includes some correspondence with interviewees and their families, and information on some interviewees' whereabouts in 1992.
BOX-FOLDER 3/1 Reviews, 1992-1996
manuscripts; 1 photographic print
Professional and personal reviews of the Lost World of the Craft Printer, including some correspondence with printers.
BOX-FOLDER 3/2 University of Illinois production, 1990-1992
manuscripts; 4 photographic prints
Correspondence concerns the editing, design, production, and promotion of The Lost World of the Craft Printer. Three of the photographs are historical pictures of the Union Printers Home.
BOX-FOLDER 3/3 New York Typographical Union No. 6 contract, 1984 March 31
1 printed booklet
BOX-FOLDER 3/4 "Old Times in the Print Shop" booklet, reproduction, 1939
Photocopy reproduction of "Old Times in the Print Shop" booklet from 1939, produced by Sam'l Bingham's Son MFG. CO. in Chicago. The booklet features illustrations and descriptions of the lifestyles and culture of printers in the 1920s.
BOX-FOLDER 3/5 Printing research, 1984-1998 , bulk: 1984-1987
Newspaper clippings, ephemera, notes, and other materials concerning the history and culture of printers and the printing trade.
BOX-FOLDER 3/6 Responses to newsletter queries, 1986-1987
Holtzberg placed adds reaching out to printing professionals in both the March/April 1986 issue of the American Printing History Association Newsletter and the April 1986 issue of "The Printer" serial. The folder includes a few brief responses to those requests, and copies of the serials.
BOX-FOLDER 3/7 Carl Schlesinger - correspondence, 1987-1990
manuscripts; 1 photographic print
Photograph is a still from Schlesinger's documentary film "Farewell, Etaoin Shrdlu."
Trailside Country School, 1972-1973
Two journals written while Maggie Holtzberg was a student at the Trailside Country School, based in Killington, Vermont. The Trailside Country School was a traveling high school run by Michael Cohen and Diana Cohen that taught cultural documentation. The notebooks include diary entries, song lyrics, music transcription, and ephemera from locations throughout the United States where the students traveled.
BOX-FOLDER 3/8 Journal, 1972 September - 1973 March
1 bound notebook
BOX-FOLDER 3/9 Journal, 1973 March-August
1 bound notebook

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