Gloria Stewart, Printer (and Hollywood Star) Dies at 100
For anyone wanting to read about her rich and productive career as a printer and book artist, which occupied her from her 72nd year to her hundredth, the only source for this information is Kathleen Walkup’s illustrated profile in the latest issue of Parenthesis, which has just been released. As Walkup writes, “Gloria Stewart’s immortality [rests] on twin foundations: as actress and printer of books.”
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— Paul Razzell