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Hatch Show Print : the history of the great American poster shop

Author: Jim Sherraden; Elek Horvath; Paul Kingsbury
Publisher: San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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"For more than a century, Nashville's Hatch Show Print has produced show-posters for entertainers of all stripes, from country musicians to magicians, professional wrestlers to rock stars. Hatch Show Print: The History of a Great American Poster Shop is the fully illustrated tour of this iconic institution, offering a glimpse into the history of American entertainment through dynamic and distinctive posters from the
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Sherraden; Elek Horvath; Paul Kingsbury
ISBN: 0811828565 9780811828567
OCLC Number: 429388992
Description: 160 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.
Contents: Beginnings in Nashville --
Will Hatch's shop --
Elvis, wrestling and hard times --
Rebirth --
Back to the future.
Responsibility: by Jim Sherraden, Elek Horvath, and Paul Kingsbury.

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"For more than a century, Nashville's Hatch Show Print has produced show-posters for entertainers of all stripes, from country musicians to magicians, professional wrestlers to rock stars. Hatch Show Print: The History of a Great American Poster Shop is the fully illustrated tour of this iconic institution, offering a glimpse into the history of American entertainment through dynamic and distinctive posters from the 1800s to today.".

"In this day of new media dominance, the hand-carved, hand-set, hand-inked, and hand-cranked ethic and aesthetic of a Hatch Show Print poster is beyond compare. Complete with over 175 illustrations, including historical photographs and scores of beautiful posters, Hatch Show Print is a dazzling document of this legendary print shop."--BOOK JACKET.

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This is a book about Elvis and Jack Daniels. It is a tale of roadside circuses and itinerant minstrels, country music and rock 'n' roll. It is a fascinating story about rebirth and resurrection in Read more...

 
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