The Black Book

The Black Book

R.D. Scudellari, New York, New York, 1973

Description

This is a folk journey of Black America—an historical “scrapbook”, in text and pictures, of black people’s life in America over the last 300 years.

Collections: Fifty Books of the Year (1974)
Discipline: Book design
Format: Book

Credits

Art director
R.D. Scudellari
Designer
Jack Ribik
Picture editors
Toni Morrison, Shareen Brysac
Authors
Middleton Harris, Morris Levitt, Roger Furman, Ernest Smith
Size
8.25 x 11.5 inches
Pages
208
Quantity printed
edition of 4,000
Price
$15.00
Typeface
Monotype Cheltenham Medium, 8/11, with display in Alphatype Stymie Bold Condensed
Typesetters
Monotype Composition Company, Inc., York Graphic Services, Inc.
Printers
George Banta Company, The Lehigh Press, Inc. (full color 16 pages insert)
Printing methods
text web offset, sheet-fed offset (full color 16 pages insert)
Papers
Carnival Kraft (Champion), 70 lb., Putty, Lustro Offset Enamel Dull (Warren)\, Text Shade
Paper supplies
Milton Paper Company, Inc., Lindenmeyr Paper Corporation
Binder
George Banta Company
Binding materials
bound in Permalin Permacote Black on 80 pt. binder’s board
Binding method
Adhesive bound, round back
Endpapers
Multicolor Textured Tarra Cote (Process materials)
Publisher
Random House, Inc.
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