- Frederic W. Goudy
- St. Christopher, Earliest Dated Woodcut, 1423
- The Abbot, from Holbein's "Dance of Death"
- Page from "Der Entkrist," about 1450
- Part of a Page from the "Speculum Salutis"
- Grotesque Initial from a Block Book
- Fragment of a Xylographic "Donatus"
- Part of a Column from a German Manuscript Book
- Drawing Saved from the Fire of January 26, 1939
- Designs for University of California Old Style
- Characters for University of California Old Style
- Tory Text, Deepdene Text, Village Text
- Old Style and Modern "P's"
- Deepdene Italic, Medieval, Village No. 2, Goudy Text, and Goethe, All Drawn to the Same Scale
- Village No. 2 and Goethe, Illustrating Differences in Stems, Serifs, Descenders, and Bowls
- Engraving a Work Pattern in Metal
- Paper Master Pattern
- Metal Working Pattern
- Matrix-Engraving Machine
- Examining Matrix Cutter under Microscope
- Monotype Display Matrix and Foundry Matrix
- Matrix-Cutter Grinder
- Matrix-Cutter Head in Position for Stoning Cutter
- Type as Cast, Showing Overhang; Same Type Trimmed
- Lower-Case Goudy Text with Lombardic Capitals
- Jaugeon's Scheme for Construction of Roman Capitals
- Rusher's Patent Types
- A Sample of News Gothic
- The King's Fount by Charles Ricketts
- Vale Type by Charles Ricketts
- Friar Type by Goudy
- The Motteroz Face
- Golden Type by William Morris
- Endeavour Type by C. R. Ashbee
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