Mike Bruno's History of Printing in the 20th Century
This book is a time capsule.
It details the development of offset lithography and other printing methods in the 20th Century. It also documents the life of a unique person— Michael H. Bruno. His degree in Chemistry from Yale University helped spark a life-long interest in printing. His WWII service involved map reproduction. After the War he found his calling in printing research and education. He authored research papers, books, newsletters, and special technical reports. He and his fellow researchers advanced offset lithography to become a viable printing process. Mike Bruno inspired a generation of printing researchers. This book documents his life and his work.