Wood engravings, interviews
Gaylord Schanilec illustrations and interview with Elaine Miller (rural Oakland, Minnesota--June, 1988) ; Herman Schanilec, Jr. (rural Minto, North Dakota--July, 1988) ; Danny Narlock (rural West Oslo, North Dakota--November, 1989) ; Joe Edlin (rural Stockholm, Wisconsin--January, 1989)
"Designed and hand printed by Gaylord Schanilec ... hand bound into boards at the Campbell-Logan Bindery, the numbered copies are bound in cloth, and the lettered copies are full-bound in leather. The type is Eric Gills' Joanna and was set in composition at the Los Angeles Type Foundry. The wood engravings are by Gaylord Schanilec and were cut in end-grain maple blocks made by Jim Reynolds. The text was derived from recorded interviews conducted by Gaylord Schanilec and edited by Clayton Schanilec." -- Colophon.
"This project was made possible with funds from the Jerome Foundation provided through the Minnesota Center for Book Arts." -- Colophon.
No. 80 of a limited ed. of 174 numbered copies, plus 26 lettered copies
Signed by the artist
UW-Milwaukee Libraries Special Collections
Stockholm, Wis. : Midnight Paper Sales Press
Clayton Schanilec - editor
Herman Schanilec, Jr.
It is the responsibility of the researcher to seek permission from the copyright holder to reproduce for publication.
56 p. : col. ill.
(BKRT) S521.5.M53 S33x 1989