Edward Johnston lecture in Chicago

Edward Johnston in the American WestAndrew Johnston, grandson of famed typographer,
designer, and calligrapher Edward Johnston (most famous for designing the type used to sign the London Underground), has rediscovered some of his grandfather’s accounts of a journey he made by train across North America in 1898.

The public is welcome to attend Andrew’s talk about this journey, Wednesday, April 28, 2010 at 7:00 pm, Columbia College, 916 S.Wabash (Room 150), Chicago. There is no charge. Following the presentation, a reception and tour of the Center for Book and Paper Arts will be held at 1104 S. Wabash. Contact specialevents@chicagocallig.com with any questions.

–Bob McCamant

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