To err is human. To break every commandment before
breakfast takes skill: Scott Smith's Ten.
"But I was able to plot out the locations for every foundry that had been active in New York between 1828 (the earliest records I could find with addresses) to 1909 (see below). All of the buildings have been demolished, and in some cases the entire street has since been erased. But a startling picture still emerged: New York once had a neighborhood for typography." -ms.04.16.14 #
A post from the daily flow of linkage called Fresh Signals, at Coudal.com.