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Walter Hamady
Perishable Press Limited, The
Mount Horeb, WI

Walter  Hamady's work was exhibited in
30 Years of Innovation: A Survey of Exhibition History at The Center for Book Arts, 1974-2004
 Organized by Jae Jennifer Rossman, Special Collections Librarian, Arts Library, Yale University.
Neopostmodernism
(1988) Letterpress, handmade papers, exposed sewn binding
Rare Books of the Future
 books by Booklyn Artists Alliance
Gabberjab #7 Travelling
(1996) Perishable Press; letterpess, collage,
Book Arts in the USA
 an exhibition of work by 51 artists; a cultural presentation of the United States of America
Neopostmodrinism or Dieter Raten Ist Kein Hundeklo or Gabberjabb Number (6)
(1988) Letterpress on handmade Shadwell paper from numerous typefaces.
Literate Letterpress
 an exhibition of finely printed editions of works by contemporary authors
Alpine by George Oppen
(1969) Printed and published by the Perishable Press. Printed in Palatino on handmade Shadwell paper. Sewn into paper wrappers.
BRMTZVH by Jerome Rothenberg
(1979) Printed and published by the Perishable Press. Printed in Sabon on Umbrial paper. Sewn into Roma wrappers. Signed by the author.
Charm, The; by Robert Creeley
(1967) Printed and published by the Perishable Press. Printed in Palatino on Medway paper. Quarter bound leather and cloth. Signed by the author.
Remains by W.D. Snodgrass
(1970) Printed and published by the Perishable Press. Printed in Palatino on handmade Shadwell paper. Quarter bound leather with marbled papers by Douglas Cockerell and Son in U.K. S.S. Gardons is an anagram for W. D. Snodgrass.

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