Press of the Palace of the Governors records, 1974-1997.


Press of the Palace of Governors. Press of the Palace of the Governors records, 1974-1997.

Press of the Palace of the Governors records, 1974-1997.

Summary: Collection consists of administrative and educational program records and production materials of the Press. Administrative records include correspondence, financial materials, shop sales and mail orders. Production materials for job printing include sample stationary and notecards; projects include manuscripts, original illustrations, galleys and dummies that reflect the development of the fine quality, limited edition publications created by the Press. Educational programs/outreach records include materials from children's programs, lectures, workshops, annual book arts festivals and other activities developed and hosted by the Print Shop. The Small Press Collection includes advertising materials and publications produced by other hand-operated presses, chiefly in New Mexico.

22 linear feet.

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