New Series Number 6 (July 2009)
Barbara Heritage, Collecting Litho Jam Jar Labels and Teaching Wood-Engraved Elephants: Rare Book School’s Printing Surfaces Collection.
Jerry Kelly, Hermann Zapf at Ninety
Richard L. Hopkins, Saving Printing History Outside the Box.
Giancarlo Petrella, Uomini, torchi e libri nel Rinascimento. [Paul F. Gehl]
T. H. Howard-Hill, The British Book Trade, 1475–1890: A Bibliography. [WP]
New Series Number 5 (Janaury 2009)
H. George Fletcher, Aldus, UCLA, and Me.
Nile Green, The Development of Arabic-Script Typography in Georgian Britain.
Christopher Burke, Active Literature: Jan Tschichold and New Typography. [Jerry Kelly]
Alan Bartram, Typeforms: A History. [Alastair Johnston]
Scott E. Casper, Jeffrey D. Groves, Stephen W. Nissenbaum, and Michael Winship, eds., A History of the Book in America (vol. 3). [Paul S. Koda]
New Series Number 1 (January 2007)
Gregory Graalfs, Photography in Reproduction: Its Role in the Settlement of California.
Kitty Maryatt, Experience Gutenberg Project: Printing Beorum II at the Scripps College Press.
Christopher de Hamel and Joel Silver, Disbound and Dispersed: The Leaf Book Considered. [WP]
Irene Tichenor, No Art without Craft: The Life of Theodore Low DeVinne, Printer. [WP]
New Series Number 10 (July 2011)
Readability and Revival: The Case of Caslon by William Berkson
From Palm Leaf to Book: A South Asia Quest by Betsy Davids
Behold You Are Beautiful My Love: The Use of Ornamental Frames in Hebrew Incunabula by Marvin J. Heller
New Series Number 8 (July 2010)
Susan Ashbrook, Two Portraits of Cape Cod: Amelia Watson and Clare Leighton.
Matthew McLennan Young, The Rise and Fall of the Printers’ International Specimen Exchange .
Andrew M. Stauffer, Legends of the Mummy Paper.
Yosef Goldman, Hebrew Printing in America 1735–1926: A History and Annotated Bibliography. [Scott-Martin Kosofsky]
Richard Benson, The Printed Picture. [Martin Antonetti]
New Series Number 9 (January 2011)
Michael Winship, Pirates, Shipwrecks, and Comic Almanacs: Charles Ellms Packages Books in Nineteenth-Century America.
Alastair M. Johnston, A Glance at the First Century of California Printing.
Ellen Mazur Thomson, The Cornhill Booklet, 1900–1914.
Whole Number 25 (Volume 14, No. 1) 1991
Journal of the American Printing History Association, original series
[Out of Print]
Tom Reardon and Kent Kirby, Collotype: Prince of the Printing Processes
A Letter from Bodoni's Widow. (Edited and translated by Philip J. Weimerskirch.)
Eleanor M. Garvey, Leaves from an Album of Printing and Graphic Arts
Stephen O. Saxe, The Goodman Common Press: The Oldest American-Made Press
Whole Number 50 (Volume 25, No. 2) 2009
NB: This issue has a numbering error on the cover. It is not Volume 26 no. 2
Helena Wright, The Future of Printing Museums
Richard Flint, A Great Industrial Art: Circus Poster Printing in America
William S. Peterson, Nineteenth-Century Revivals, Typographic and Spiritual
David Pankow, Facing the Unfolded and Visible Book of the Future
Whole Number 48 (Volume 24, No. 2) 2005
David R. Whitesell, Thomas Jefferson and the Book Arts
Philip J. Weimerskirch, The Beginning of Color Printing in America
David A. Hanson, John Carbutt and the Woodburytype in America
Whole Number 47 (Volume 24, No. 1) 2003
Peter Holliday, Edward Johnston & Robert Bridges, 1901–1926: A Phonetic Alphabet in the Half Uncial Script.
Robert D. Harlan, Seven Letters from C. H. St. John Hornby to John Henry Nash.
Jerry Kelly (reviewer), Marianne Tidcombe, The Doves Press.