Printing as a Way of Life

There are many paths to finding God; typography is one of the better ones.

Roderick Stinehour, from the Introduction by John Kristensen 

 
Printing as a Way of Life, Rocky Stinehour & The Stinehour Press by Elton Wayland Hall
 


Printing as a Way of Life, Rocky Stinehour & The Stinehour Press
by Elton Wayland Hall

Inquiries may be addressed to Scott Vile:  scott@ascensiuspress.com


Click here to read the interview with Rocky Stinehour published in the Cöos County Democrat.

Everett Harold Hugo

 

Harold Hugo's business card from 1929

 

 

E. Harold Hugo (1910 - 1985), began working at the Meriden Gravure Company in 1924 while
still in high school, assisting in experiments to improve the collotype process. He was appointed Manager and became Vice President in 1943, and in 1962, President.
After the Meriden Gravure Company merged with the Stinehour Press in 1977, becoming Meriden-Stinehour Press, 
he assumed the position of Chair of the Board.

Harold Hugo's Hat Hanging in the Men's Room, Meriden Gravure Company

Photograph by Tony King