Bibliography: G to K

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G

  • Galloways of Balerno. London: Published privately for John Galloway & Co by Newman Neame, 1968
  • Gardiner, Leslie. Bartholomew: 150 years. Edinburgh: Bartholomew & Son, 1976
  • Gardner, Carreen S. Printing in Ayr and Kilmarnock: newspapers, periodicals, books and pamphlets printed from about 1780 until 1920. [Ayr]: Ayrshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 1976
  • Gaskell, Philip. A bibliography of the Foulis Press. 2nd ed. Winchester: St Paul’s Bibliographies, 1986
  • Ged, William. Biographical memoirs of William Ged: including a particular account of his progress in the art of block printing. Newcastle: printed by S Hodgson, 1819. [Originally printed in London for J Nichols, 1781.]
  • George Waterston & Sons. Bicentenary history: George Waterston & Sons Ltd, 1752-1952. Edinburgh: George Waterston & Sons, [1953]
  • George Waterston & Sons. Catalogue: Waterstons the Stationers. Edinburgh: George Waterston & Sons, 1984-
  • George Waterston & Sons. Employees provident plan: for the employees of George Waterston & Sons, Ltd. [Edinburgh: George Waterston & Sons, 1933]
  • George Waterston & Sons. Two hundred and twenty five years: a history of George Waterston & Sons Ltd 1752-1977. [Edinburgh: George Waterston & Sons, 1977]
  • Gennard, John. A history of the National Graphical Association. London: Unwin Hyman, 1990
  • Gennard, John. Mechanical to digital printing in Scotland: the print employers’ organisation. Edinburgh: Scottish Printing Archival Trust in association with Graphic Enterprise Scotland, 2010
  • Gennard, John, and Peter Bain. A history of the Society of Graphical and Allied Trades. London: Routledge, 1995
  • Gillespie, Roy A. ‘The Glasgow book trade to 1776’ in A Glasgow Collection, ed Kevin McCarra and Hamish Whyte. Glasgow: Glasgow City Libraries, 1990
  • Gillespie, Sarah. A hundred years of progress: the record of the Scottish Typographical Association 1853-1952. Glasgow: Scottish Typographical Association, 1953
  • Gladstone Court Museum (Biggar). Ephemeral printing in Gladstone Court Museum, Biggar. Biggar: [The Museum, 1970]
  • Glasgow Bibliographical Society. Book of the Foulis exhibition: comprising catalogue, President’s opening address and descriptive account. Records of Glasgow Bibliographical Society, Vol II. Glasgow: James Maclehose for The Society, 1913
  • Glasgow College of Building and Printing: a report by HM Inspectors of Schools. Edinburgh: Scottish Office Education Dept, 1995; and, Follow-up to inspection report: [letter dated 10th September 1996.] Edinburgh: Scottish Office Education and Industry Dept, 1996
  • Glasgow College of Building and Printing. Prospectus [includes Stow College of Printing]. Glasgow: [The College, 1962-]
  • Glasgow College of Building and Printing. A consultation document for the proposed merger of the Cathedral Street colleges, Glasgow. [Central College of Commerce, Glasgow College of Building & Printing, Glasgow College of Food Technology]. Glasgow, 2003
  • Glen, Duncan. ‘The decline of Scottish book publishing and printing and a small revival’  in Selected Scottish and other essays. Kirkcaldy: Akros, 1999
  • Glen, Duncan. ‘Designs of the best type: from Gutenberg to PDF.’ in Folio, no.5, Autumn 2002
  • Glen, Duncan. Of marks and memories: a gallimaufrey of printers’, publishers’ and others’ marks, devices, emblems, crests, arms, symbols or logos. Kirkcaldy: Akros, 2005
  • Glen, Duncan. Printing type designs: a new history from Gutenburg to 2000. Kirkcaldy: Akros, 2001
  • Graham, John [and John Wilson, compositors]. The compositor’s text-book: or, Instructions in the elements of the art of printing, comprising an essay on  punctuation. Glasgow, 1848
  • Graham, Michael. The early Glasgow Press: a paper read to the members of the Old Glasgow Club. Glasgow: Printed by Robert Anderson, 1906 [also in Transactions of the Old Glasgow Club, Volume I (1908)]
  • Greater Pilton Print Resource. Annual report. Edinburgh: Greater Pilton Print Resource, [1994-]

 

H

  • H & J Pillans. A printing house of old and new Edinburgh, 1775-1925: published … to commemorate the hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the foundation of the firm. Edinburgh: H & J Pillans, [1926]. Limited ed.
  • H W Caslon & Co. Specimens of printing types of the Caslon and Glasgow letter foundry. London: Caslon, 1857
  • Habib, Vanessa. ‘Edinburgh printfields’ Scottish Industrial History, v.8/2 (1985)
  • Harris, Bob. ‘Scotland’s newspapers, the French Revolution and domestic radicalism (c.1789-1794)’ Scottish Historical Review,  Vol 84 (April 2005)
  • [Harley & Cox]. A Dundee story of printing and stationery 1867-1968. Dundee: Harley & Cox, 1967
  • Harvey, James. In memoriam Sir Thomas Clark, Baronet : born 5th September 1823, died 24th December 1900; with memorial sermon preached in Lady Glenorchy’s United Free Church Edinburgh, 30th Dec 1900. [Edinburgh?] printed for private circulation, [1901?] [Expanded from the contribution in the Union Magazine, Feb. 1901.]
  • Harvey, William. The ‘Stirling Observer’ Press: ninety years’ progress, 1836-1926. Stirling: Jamieson & Munro, 1926
  • Harvey, William. Printing in Stirling: Charles Randall and his successors – the story of the ‘Stirling Observer’ Press. Stirling: Jamieson & Munro, 1923
  • The hero as printer: essays to accompany an exhibition mounted by Aberdeen University Library … to commemorate the Caxton Quincentenary. Ed. C A McLaren. Aberdeen: [University of Aberdeen], 1976
  • Hillyard, Brian. ‘The Edinburgh Society’s silver medals for printing’. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, vol 78 (1984)
  • Hillyard, Brian. ‘Imprentit: 500 years of the Scottish printed word.’ in History Scotland, 8/4 (July/August 2008)
  • Hillyard, Brian. ‘Thomas Ruddiman : librarian, publisher, printer and collector’ in From compositors to collectors: essays on book-trade history, ed John Hinks and Matthew Day. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press; London:The British Library, 2012
  • Hillyard, Brian. ‘William Ged and the invention of stereotype: another postscript’ in Library, vol.XIII/2 (June 1991)
  • Hinks, John and Catherine Armstrong (eds). Printing places: locations of book production and distribution since 1500. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll: London: British Library, 2005
  • Hinks, John, and Catherine Armstrong, eds. Worlds of print: diversity in the book trade. Papers delivered at the Conference on the History of the British Book Trade held at the University of Edinburgh, July 2004. New Castle DE: Oak Knoll Press; London: British Library, 2006
  • Hogg, Graham. ‘Latter struggles in the life of a provincial bookseller and printer : George Miller of Dunbar, Scotland’ in Periodicals and publishers: the newsaper and journal trade, 1750-1914, ed John Hinks, Catherine Armstrong and Matthew Day. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll; London: British Library, 2009
  • Holmes, Heather, and David Finkelstein, eds. Thomas Nelson and Sons: memories of an Edinburgh publishing house. East Linton: Tuckwell Press /SAPPHIRE/European Ethnological Research Centre, 2001
  • Hours and holidays agreement and joint interpretations: amended 1st July 1977. London : British Printing Industries Federation, 1977 [Agreement between the British Printing Industries Federation and the Newspaper Society … National Graphical Association, National Society of Operative Printers, Graphical and Media Personnel, Society of Graphical and Allied Trades, Society of Lithographic Artists, Designers, Engravers and Process Workers]
  • House, Jack. A family affair: the story of Carlaws of Glasgow 1860-1960. Edinburgh: McFarlane & Erskine, [1960]
    Houston, R. A. ‘Literacy, education and the culture of print in Enlightenment Edinburgh.’ in History: journal of the Historical Association, v78, no.254 (Oct 1993)
  • Hugh Paton & Sons. A specimen of bill type &c. Edinburgh: H Paton, 1906
  • A hundred years of publishers’ bookbinding: 1857-1957. Edinburgh: Privately printed for Hunter & Foulis, [1958]
  • Hunter, LC, G L Reid, and D Boddy. Labour problems of technological change. (Social and Economic Studies, University of Glasgow). London: Allen & Unwin, 1970

I

  • Imprints in time: Scottish publishers past and present. Edinburgh: Merchiston 1991
  • Inman, Colin. The A & C Black colour books: a collector’s guide and bibliography, 1900-1930. London: Werner Shaw, 1990
  • Isaac, Franck. English and Scottish printing types. 3 vols. Oxford: Bibliographical Society of the Oxford University Press, 1930-1932
  • Isaac, Peter C G.    ‘William Davison of Alnwick and provincial publishing in his time.’ Publishing History, vol.XL (1996)

 

J

  • J. & J. Murdoch Ltd. The first hundred years: J. & J. Murdoch Ltd, 1844-1944. Glasgow: Murdoch, 1944
  • Jaboor, Nan and B.J. McMullin. James Ballantyne and press figures: with a checklist of volumes printed by James Ballantyne (1803-1833). Melbourne: Ancora Press, 1994
  • James Ballantyne & Co. Specimens of type and typography from the Ballantyne Press … Edinburgh. Edinburgh: [The Firm], 1862
  • James Marr & Co. Specimens of ancient and modern printing types, rules and borders. Edinburgh: [no publisher, 1870]
  • John Cossar & Sons. A century of service: 1878-1978. Glasgow: John Cossar, [1979?]
  • John Greig & Son. Catalogue. Edinburgh: John Greig, 1889
  • John McCormick & Co. History of John McCormick & Co Ltd 1890-1975. Glasgow: John McCormick; [1975]
  • John Watson & Co. The history of John Watson & Co Ltd, printers of distinction: from the nineteenth century to the present day. [Glasgow]: JW Design: [2016]
  • Johnson, A F. ‘An unrecorded specimen sheet of a Scottish printing house [Andrew Anderson]. With a facsimile. Reprinted from the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society Transactions, vol I. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 1936
  • Johnson, A F. ‘From the archives: type-design and type-founding in Scotland’ Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, no. 5 (2010)
  • Johnston, W T. Kilmarnock printing in the 18th century, including the first edition of the poems of Robert Burns. [microfilm] Edinburgh: Sgann Microforms 1982
  • Johnston, W T. ‘A note on printing in Cupar.’ Bibliotheck, v13/3 (1986)
  • Johnston, W T (compiler). Stirling printers and publishers [CD-ROM]. Livingston : Officina Educational Publications, 2008
  • Journal and graphic review (NATSOPA). 1971-1978
  • Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society. 2006-
  • Journal (NATSOPA / National Society of Operative Printers and Assistants). 1970-1971
  • Journal of the Printing Historical Society. London, 1965-

K

  • Kafker, Frank A. William Smellie’s edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. [No place]: Voltaire Foundation, 1994
  • Kamm, Antony. Scottish printed books 1508-2008. Edinburgh: Sandstone Press / National Library of Scotland, 2008
  • Keir, David. The house of Collins: the story of a Scottish family of publishers from 1789 to the present day. London: Collins, 1952
  • Keith, Alexander. Aberdeen University Press: an account of the Press from its foundation in 1840 until its occupation of new premises in 1963. Aberdeen, Aberdeen University Press, 1963
  • Kelly’s directory of stationers, printers, booksellers, publishers, and paper makers of England, Scotland and Wales. London : Kelly & Co, 1880-1939 [various editions]
  • Kincaid, Mr. The petition of Mr Kincaid, inventor, 1701. Ed Gordon Willis. Stirling: University of Stirling Bibliographical Society, 1988
  • Kinnear, Samuel. Reminiscences of an aristocratic Edinburgh printing office. Edinburgh: [no publisher], 1890