The work of Dr. Moshe Spitzer : leader in modern Hebrew printing and publishing
- Dr. Moshe Spitzer (1900-1982 ) was a recognized leader in the art and production of the modern Hebrew book. He had complete authority on all the technical aspects of book production and is considered by all who knew him either personally or through his work to have innate and intuitive taste. In this paper I have undertaken a study of Dr. Moshe Spitzer's life and work and examined the forces that gave his career as designer and publisher its special nature.
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|Lerner, Heidi G.
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- Lerner, Heidi G. 1982. The work of Dr. Moshe Spitzer: leader in modern Hebrew printing and publishing. Jerusalem: The Hebrew University of Jersualem.
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