Day Moon Press
affection, letterpress printed broadside
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“affection: an attribute which is inseparable from its object; as, love, fear, and hope are affections of the mind.”
Stoat skull illustrated from a carved linoleum block; double heart printed from a lead-cast icon. Text adapted from the 1942 edition of Webster’s New Twentieth Century Dictionary of the English Language published by The World Publishing Company, and printed from handset Caslon 471.
Printed on black 80# Strathmore Grandee.
Full text: “affection,
1. a bent of mind toward a particular object.
2. a settled good will, love, or zealous attachment.
3. desire, inclination; propensity, good or evil.
4. an attribute, quality, or property, which is inseparable from its object; as, love, fear, and hope are affections of the mind; form, weight, and dimensions are affections of bodies.”