2 edition of America"s oldest private press. found in the catalog.
America"s oldest private press.
Puzant Kevork Thomajan
Written in English
About the Trovillion Press.
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A few, however, managed to keep going. One of those intrepid presses was the Trovillion Private Press at the sign of the Silver Horse, which at one point was the oldest operating private press in America. The press was founded by Hal W. Trovillion and operated with his wife, Violet, and together they issued over fifty items from – COVID Resources.
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Reprint of a book from I Salute the Silver Horse, Being the Story of Trovillion Private Press, America's Oldest Private Press, Whereunto is Added an Account of Its Founding By Hal W. Trovillion, by Paul Jordan-Smith,16pp. Note that Trovillion was not the first private press in America, though in it may have been the oldest.
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