10 November 2017
| by Rhys Handley
Priceless documents recording the history of copyrighting and the print industry will be available for all to see as the Stationers' Company opens its new Tokefield Centre archive to the public.
27 September 2017
| by Jo Francis
Birmingham City University’s Centre for Printing History & Culture is planning an international conference on the contribution of women to printing and printing culture next year, and is calling for papers ahead of the event.
09 May 2017
| by Tania Mason
A librarian at the University of Reading has unearthed one of the oldest surviving pages ever printed, identified as part of a book produced by William Caxton at his Westminster print shop in the 15th century.
06 July 2015
| by Sarah Cosgrove
A print business which started copying legal documents by hand in 1740 celebrated its 275th anniversary with a party at St Bride Foundation.
08 December 2014
| by Caroline Archer
It’s unlikely to have escaped many people’s attention that this year marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War, and across the country many events are taking place to commemorate the occasion.
03 November 2014
| by Richard Stuart-Turner
The Stationers' Company has organised a float displaying the history of print, which will feature in The Lord Mayor's Show this Saturday (8 November).
14 October 2014
| by Barney Cox
St Bride Foundation (SBF) has decided to take steps to protect its collection during local redevelopment works by temporarily closing the library while work is in progress.
13 August 2014
| by Jenny Roper
London printer FE Burman has held the first of what it hopes will be many client tours of Fleet Street and the St Bride Foundation.
28 February 2013
| by Jenny Roper
The St Bride Foundation was in danger of becoming a forgotten cache of print's gilded history, but a new initiative is set to revive its influence