In 1890, the masthead
was firmly established in a Blackletter, or Old English style typeface, as they are sometimes known.
Now the collection runs to several hundred mastheads
For what Masthead
believes is the more sensible alternative of a four-section stitched tabloid, "the investment is a third of [that] cost," says General Manager Steve Stone.
While acknowledging the better transmission and reception from a masthead
aerial, critics have pointed out a number of problems for racing yachts, including the cost of cabling and removing a mast to have it fitted, the heavier weight of masts as a result and even possible changes to IRC ratings.
By 1980, there is a slab serif masthead
, which was in use until 1994.
As his first official act, he conferred the title Publisher Emeritus on Eiserer, promising to keep him on the company's masthead
A MAGAZINE'S masthead
can tell a lot about an organization and it's evolution--Soldiers is no different.
Starting with this issue, you'll see the names of well-known figures, drawn from a variety of dance genres, listed on our masthead
Our new Advisory Board is listed in the masthead
to the right.
Although her name may no longer be on the masthead
, Sandy's spirit will continue to influence the magazine.
McManus no longer appears on our masthead
To advertise in New Life Journal, call a member of our sales team in the right column of the masthead