|16. The key block is
inked up in black.
19. Thelma and John De Pol with the Albion hand press originally acquired and used by Bertha M. and Frederic W. Goudy at their Village Press from 1915 to 1947. Mrs. Goudy became America's greatest woman printer and Mr. Goudy its greatest type-designer, creating over one hundred and twenty type faces.
20. In his studio in Park Ridge, New Jersey,
John De Pol works on the wood engraving, "Intersection," which was completed
in December, 1977.
He sits at a desk which he made from a packing case in the early 1950's.
It contained an order of coated paper for a brochure to be printed by L.F.
White Company on West 21st street in New York, where he was employed, and
where he learned the trades of printing and designing. He has accomplished
all of his wood engravings, numbering over 1,200, at this desk. (See
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