Monotype: A Journal of Composing Room Efficiency
Lanston Monotype Machine Company (US).
The Monotype Recorder
The Monotype Corporation Limited (UK).
Monotype: How It Works... (1957)
The Monotype[:] How it Works[,] Evolution to Meet New Needs[,] Nondistribution of Type and Material[,] The Inventor . (1957)
It isn't entirely clear who published this. It was published at "The School," which was either the New York School of Printing, The School for Printers' Apprentices, or the school of the Lanston Monotype Machine Company.
Third-Party on Monotype Manufacturing
Journal articles and other writing on technical aspects of the American and the English Monotype works (both machine and matrix manufacturing).
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