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  • R. & R. Clark. Scottish printing: a selection of books printed in Edinburgh by R. & R. Clark, Ltd. now on view at 350 Oxford Street and recommended by J. & E. Bumpus, Ltd. booksellers to His Majesty the King, October – November 1928. Edinburgh: R. & R. Clark, 1928
  • R. & R. Clark. R & R Clark Limited: complete service for the publisher. Edinburgh: R & R Clark, [197-?]
  • Rae, Thomas. Androw Myllar a short study of Scotland’s first printer. Greenock: Signet Press, 1958
  • Ramsden, Charles. Bookbinders of the United Kingdom (outside London) 1780-1840. London: Batsford, 1987. Originally published London: Queen Anne Press, 1954
  • Record of the celebration of the tercentenary of the introduction of the art of printing into Aberdeen by Edward Raban in the year 1622, 16th  and 17th June 1922. Aberdeen: [Aberdeen Master Printers’ Guild], 1922
  • A report on the history and activities of the Corporation of the City of Glasgow Stationery Department, 1929-1937 and Printing and Stationery Department 1937-1958. Glasgow: [City of Glasgow Stationery Department], [1958]
  • A reputation for excellence: Aberdeen and the  northern counties. Edinburgh: Scottish Printing Archival Trust / Merchiston Publishing, 2000
  • A reputation for excellence: Dundee and Perth. Edinburgh: Scottish Printing Archival Trust / Merchiston Publishing, 1996
  • A reputation for excellence: Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Scottish Printing Archival Trust / Merchiston Publishing, [1990]
  • A reputation for excellence: Glasgow. Edinburgh: Scottish Printing Archival Trust / Merchiston Publishing, 1994
  • Reynolds, Siân. Britannica’s typesetters: women compositors in Edwardian Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1989
  • Reynolds, Siân. ‘Women in the printing and paper trades in Edwardian Scotland’ in The world is ill divided, ed Eleanor Gordon and Esther Breitenbach. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, c1990
  • Richardson, Andrew Turnbull. Publications and printers of Kirkcaldy. Kirkcaldy Fifeshire Advertiser, 1935
  • Richmond, Lesley ‘In the beginning was the word: the archives of William Collins, Sons & Co Ltd and Blackie & Sons Ltd, printers and publishers, Glasgow’ Scottish archives, 15 (2009)
  • Robert Cunningham & Sons Ltd. [50 years of print]: a souvenir of the 50th anniversary of the foundation of Robert Cunningham & Sons Ltd, 11th November, 1889. Alva: Longbank Works, [1939]
  • Robert Cunningham & Sons Ltd. Robert Cunningham & Sons Ltd, established November 1889: a souvenir of our fortieth anniversary. Alva: Longbank Works, [1929]
  • Robert Lekprevik: the first Stirling printer. [Stirling: Stirling Observer, 1881]
  • Robert Maclehose & Co Ltd. Book of specimen pages showing faces and founts of type appropriate for books and a few typical illustrations. Glasgow: [Maclehose], 1924
  • Robert Maclehose & Co Ltd. Maclehose types, wherin are set down Caslon, Baskerville, Bodoni, Garamond, Poliphilus, Blado, Imprint, Veronese and sundry old style and modern faces of type available at the University Press, Glasgow. Glasgow: Maclehose, 1927
  • Robert Maclehose & Co Ltd. Mathematical printing: specimens. Glasgow: Maclehose, [?]
  • Robert and Andrew Foulis: an exhibition in the Hunterian Museum to commemorate the silver jubilee of the British Records Association, 10th-29th March, 1958 [Glasgow: s.n., 1958]
  • Rules and directions to be observed in printing-houses, composed by Samuel Forbes, and cast off by Walter Pearson and William Grant, apprentices to James Watson, [1721]. Edinburgh: printed 1721. (Rules approved by John Moncur, Robert Brown, Walter Rudiman, John Mosman, William Adam and James Watson, master-printers in Edinburgh. Dated at foot: October 6th. 1721)
  • Rules and directions to be observanced in printing houses. [Livingston: Scotforms Computer Stationery / Scottish Printing Archival Trust, 2001] Facsimile of chart originally produced in 1721
  • Rules and directions to be observed in printing-houses. Greenock: Black Pennell, 1988

 

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  • Sanderson, Margaret H. B ‘The printing and distribution of the Bible and psalm books in sixteenth-century Scotland: some additional documentation.’ Records of the Scottish Church History Society, v.29 (1999)
  • Saunders, Andrew. ‘The small print.’ Scots Magazine, v.149/6, (Dec.1998)  [Piccolo Press]
  • Scale of prices agreed to by the employers and journeymen compositors of Edinburgh. Edinburgh: T & A Constable, 1867
  • Scale of prices agreed to by the employers and journeymen printers of Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Typographical Society, 1894
  • Scale of prices agreed to by the employers and journeymen compositors of Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Typographical Society, 1902
  • Schenck, David J. Directory of the lithographic printers of Scotland 1820-1870: their location, periods, and a guide to artistic lithographic printers. Edinburgh; Edinburgh Bibliographic Society in association with the National Library of Scotland, 1999
  • Schenck, David J. ‘Directory of the lithographic printers of Scotland 1820-1870 : additions, corrections and revisions’ in Edinburgh Bibliographical Society Transactions, vol.VI/7
  • Scotland. Privy Council. Act against the importation of some Bibles: Edinburgh, the twelfth day of October, 1676. Edinburgh: printed by the heir of Andrew Anderson, printer to His Most Sacred Majesty, Anno Dom. 1676 [Heir referred to in Andrew Anderson in fact Agnes Anderson.]
  • Scottish Alliance Bulletin. Edinburgh: Scottish Alliance of Masters in the Printing and Kindred Trades, 1919-1927
  • Scottish Committee of the Council for Art and Industry. Report of the Scottish Committee of the Council for Art and Industry: printing and allied trades in Scotland. Edinburgh: HMSO, 1937
  • Scottish Committee of the Council of Industrial Design. Scottish enterprise printing. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, [195-?]
  • Scottish Digest. Edinburgh: Scottish Master Printers’ Society, 1961-1963
  • Scottish Graphical Association journal. Glasgow: Scottish Graphical Association, 1974-1975
  • Scottish Packaging, Printing and Associated Plastics Exhibition. Buyers guide. Edinburgh: 1976-
  • Scottish Print. Glasgow: Scotmedia Magazines Ltd., 1991-
  • Scottish Print Directory. Edinburgh : Scottish Print Employers Federation, 1992-
  • Scottish printing, publishing & packaging industries review. 2nd ed. Glasgow: International Magazines Ltd/Scottish Enterprise, 1998
  • Scottish Typographical Association. National agreements as to schedule of grades, wages, working conditions and hours and holiday. Glasgow: Scottish Typographical Association, 1950, 1959 and other dates
  • Scottish Typographical Association. Cheap female labour in the printing trade. Proposed levy of sixpence per week. [A letter to members.] Glasgow: Scottish Typographical Association, 1910
  • Scottish Typographical Association. List of printing offices in Scotland recognising trade union conditions and rates of wages, 1948. Glasgow: Scottish Typographical Association, 1948
  • Scottish Typographical Association. Rules of the Scottish Typographical Association. Glasgow: printed by Laidlaw & Mackenzie Ltd, 1949 [and other dates]
  • Scottish Typographical Association. Scottish Typographical Association : a fifty years’ record, 1853-1903 issued by the Executive Council. Glasgow: Scottish Typographical Association, 1903
    Scottish Typographical Association (Aberdeen). Labour and Capital: a lecture delivered to the letter-press printers of Aberdeen under the auspices of the Aberdeen branch of the Scottish Typographical Association. Aberdeen: Arthur King and Co, 1858
  • Scottish typographical circular. Edinburgh :Edinburgh Typographical Society, 1857-1909
  • Scottish typographical journal. Glasgow: Scottish Typographical Association, 1909-1973
  • Scottish Young Master Printers. Incentives in the printing industry: draft report to the Scottish Alliance. Edinburgh: [Scottish Alliance in the Printing and Kindred Trades], 1949
  • Shirley, George W. Dumfries printers in the 18th century, with handlists of their books. (Reprinted from the Transactions of the Dumfriesshire and Galloway Natural History and Antiquarian Society. vol. XVIII.) Dumfries: [no publisher], 1934
  • Shirley, George W. Mr. Peter Rae, V.D.M., printer. [Glasgow: Glasgow Bibliographical Society, 1914] Reprinted from the Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society, vol 1 (1914)
  • Side Notes: for amateur printers. Dundee, 1946-1951. 2nd series Summer 1951. Continued by Collectors items
  • [Skea, William]. Memories of a seven years apprenticeship of half a century ago. Aberdeen: printed for private circulation by Milne and Hutchison, 1920
  • Skinner, Robert T. A notable family of Scots printers. Edinburgh: privately printed by T & A Constable, 1928
  • Smail, J Cameron. A history of printing in Scotland. Dundee: Dundee College of Art, 1961
  • Smail, J Cameron. Printing in Scotland 1507-1947. Dundee: Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, 1963
  • Smail, J Cameron. Report of the Scottish Committee of the Council for Art and Industry : printing and allied trades in Scotland. Edinburgh: HMSO, 1937
  • Small printer. 1965-
  • Smellie, William. Proposals for printing by subscriptions, a work, intitled, Encyclopaedia Britannica, or, a new and complete dictionary of arts and sciences, composed in the form of distinct treatises or systems. Edinburgh: [no publisher], 1768
  • Smith, Robert. ‘The laird of letters: Aberdeen’s first printer and his astounding almanac [story].’ Aberdeen Leopard, no.147 (April 1990)
  • Smith, William. Edward Raban, the torch-bearer, the year of grace 1622. Aberdeen, Bon-Accord Press, 1922
  • Sproat, Thomas (comp). The history and progress of the Amalgamated Society of Lithographic Printers and Auxiliaries of Great Britain and Ireland, 1880-1930: Jubilee souvenir. [Manchester: ASLP], 1930
  • Spurlock, R Scott. ‘Cromwell’s Press and the development of print culture in Scotland’ Scottish Historical Review Vol 90 (October 2011)
  • Stoker, David H. (ed) Studies of the provincial book trade of England, Scotland and Wales before 1900. Aberystwyth: University College of Wales, 1990
  • Stevenson, Jane, Iain Beaven and Peter Davidson. ‘The Breviary of Aberdeen.’ Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 6 (2011)
  • Stronghold of printing. Edinburgh: Heriot-Watt College [1940?] [Reprinted from Edinburgh Evening News, 24 February 1940.]
  • Stow College of Printing: see Glasgow College of Building and Printing
  • Symes, Peter. Kirkwood & Sons, copperplate engravers. Edinburgh: Merchiston Publishing, 1999

 

T

  • T & A Constable. Alphabetical list of founts. [Edinburgh: T & A Constable, ca.1970]
  • T & A Constable. Book founts. Supplement, 1961. Edinburgh: T. & A. Constable, [1961]
  • T & A Constable. Brief notes on the origins of T. & A. Constable Ltd. Edinburgh: T. & A. Constable Ltd, 1937
  • T & A Constable. List of founts. [Edinburgh: T & A Constable, 1972]
  • T & A Constable. [A specimen-book of ornaments, &c.] [Edinburgh: T & A Constable, 188?]-1962
  • T & A Constable. Standing orders received from publishers. 22nd ed. Edinburgh: T. & A. Constable, 1937
  • Thomas Allan. Specimens of book, jobbing and display type, ornaments, etc. Edinburgh: T Allen, [1908?]
  • Thomas Nelson. 200 years: honoring God, serving people, 1798-1998. 3v. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson Publishers, [1998]
  • Thomas Nelson & Sons. How books are made: a visit to a printing and publishing house. London: T. Nelson, 1947
  • Thomas Nelson & Sons. A list of the facilities at Thomas Nelson (Printers) Ltd. Edinburgh: T. Nelson & Sons Ltd, [c.a.1967]
  • Thomas Nelson & Sons. ‘Nelsons’ of Edinburgh: a short history of the firm. Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson & Sons, [ca 1910]
  • Thomas Nelson & Sons. Roll of honour: Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh. [S.l.]: [s.n.], 1917
  • Thomson, Alistair G. The paper industry in Scotland 1590-1861. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1974
  • Thomson, Thomas. Rhymes and songs for printers. Edinburgh: [no publisher], 1897
  • Tierney, James H. ‘Early Glasgow Newspapers, periodicals and directories’ Transactions of the Old Glasgow Club, Vol VII (Sessions 1933-1938) + NS I, 1947-1952
  • To celebrate five hundred years of Scottish Printing: 1507-1509. Oldham:  Incline Press; St. John’s, Newfoundland: Running the Goat, 2007-2009
  • Trades Union Congress, Printing Industries Committee. Prospects for print : the difficulties and challenges facing the printing industry. [London]: NATSOPA, NGA, NUJ, SOGAT and SLADE, 1981
  • Transactions of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society. 1938-2005
  • Turnbull, Archie R. Short-run publishing an interim report on the publication procedures of Edinburgh University Press. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, [1970] [Repr. from Penrose Annual 1970]
  • Turnbull, Archie R. William and Robert Chambers 1800-1883. Edinburgh; London: W & R Chambers, [1952]
  • Turnbull & Spears. The principal founts in use by Turnbull & Spears. Edinburgh: Turnbull & Spears, [1915]
  • Turnbull & Spears. A reference book to the principal books founts used by Turnbull & Spears, printers. Edinburgh: Turnbull & Spears, [191- – 1936]