Hannington, hooks, hoodoo, &c.
WHO: The Un-Gyve Limited Group
HANNINGTON: Hannington Drygoods evolved of the Hannington clothing line, expanding upon its reputation under Henry Nemrow, Inc. as one of the first trusted and widely successful editorial catalogue companies.
HELLBOX: A receptacle into which worn or damaged cast metal typesetter sorts are thrown to be melted down and recast. Before the advent of hot-metal typesetting machines the typesetter's aprentice, the printer's devil, had the responsibility of sorting through the sorts from the hellbox and returning them to the typecase.
HEMANS: Felicia Hemans, Residence at Rhyllon. Views of the Haunts and Homes of the British Poets, Oct. 19 1850.
HEMINGWAY: American writer Ernest Miller Hemingway (July 21, 1899 – July 2, 1961) was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1953 and the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954. A first edition, 1952 Charles Scribner's Sons New York (marked A), of The Old Man and the Sea from Daisy Nemrow's library, are among the Un-Gyve Archives and always a reminder of the hook, line and sinker.
HOOKS: Hooks, jabs and barlines, blues and boxscores, behind Un-Gyve philanthropy + miscellaneous pursuits.
HUNT: Leigh Hunt, Birthplace at Southgate. Views of the Haunts and Homes of the British Poets, Oct. 19 1850.
N.B. The alphabet swatch colour is Hoodoo Blue from the Un-Gyve Palette.