12 x 8.5 inches
Edition of 53
Value $30 (unframed)
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About this print:
A chance bit of reading online led me to this incredible book about the killing of an abolitionist writer/printer in 1837. Elijah P. Lovejoy stood up to a racist mob in St. Louis.…not once, but four times…and each time they trashed his shop and threw his press in the Mississippi. There was a lot at stake then; and now as well. As a letterpress printer in this day we are far out on the margins of public media yet our presses are still potent. And we have forebears like Lovejoy to remind us to take a stand. -Eric Johnson
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