Wo/Men at work.
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702.81 W842 2012
Publisher, Date:
[Salt Lake City, Utah] : Red Butte Press, [2012]
1 v. (unpaged) : ill. ; 23 cm.
"Wo/Men at Work is one part of a major and successful rescue operation. In 1940 under the auspices of the Federal Writers' Project "a left-leaning critic" Harold Rosenberg assembled thirty-four pieces of writing that were first-hand reports about work in the US. The title he gave the collection - Men at Work - is as dated as it is accurate in reflecting the project's - and probably the time's - slant. The collection made it to the copy editing stage. But World War II and cutbacks to FWP intervened, and Men at Work never made it to the printers. For the next seven decades the manuscript remained in storage at the Library of Congress. Because of the committed effort by many, Men at Work will finally be published by the University of Utah Press (forthcoming in 2012). Wo/Men at Work is a corollary to that rescue operation. It expands and brings up to date the discussion that Rosenberg directed seventy years ago"--Introductory essay.
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Extended dos-à-do binding, containing three separate works.
"Produced at the Red Butte Press as an imprint of the Book Arts Program, both divisions of Special Collections at the J. Willard Marriott Library. ... David [Wolske] designed and typeset the texts. The typefaces ... : bold titling is Hamilton ... ; bylines and colophon are Franklin Gothic ... ; italic subheadings are Cheltenham Italic ... ; and the main body typeface is a version of Fairfield ... Claire [Taylor] and Laura [Decker] produced the ... drawings ... Andrew [Farnsworth], Dayna Kerns, and Chris Dunsmore ... letterpress-printed the imagery and text from photopolymer plates on Rives Heavyweight and BFK papers. Emily [Tipps] oversaw binding design and production of the W-fold pamphlet."--Colophon.
Edition of 200.
Includes bibliographical references.
Forms part of : Douglas collection of fine printing.
Consuming labor : a preface to wo/men at work / Matthew Basso & Andrew Farnsworth -- Cooking from scratch / Judy Blunt -- Everything's dangerous : an essay from the 1941 collection "Men at work" / Ralph Powell.
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