This collection contains announcements and invitations for Zamorano Club events; publications, posters, and broadsides from
published by Zamorano Club members.
The Zamorano Club was created in Los Angeles on 25 January 1928. Named from the first known printer in California, Agustin
Vicente Zamorano, the Club's primary purpose was "to establish contact and encourage exchange of thought among its members,
who shall be men interested in books." Secondary purposes included encouraging book arts, building a collection to support
that aim, and publishing fine press works printed in limited numbers.
16.5 feet 31 boxes
Property rights resides with Special Collections, Honnold/Mudd Library. For permission to reproduce or to publish, please
contact Special Collections staff.
This collection is open for research.