Siamese Standpipe - Number 43, December 1964 - Page 1

Siamese Standpipe – Number 43, December 1964

In Mornful Numbersby Sheldon C. Wesson DR. J. BEN LIEBERMAN, sometime journalist and professor of journalism at Columbia University, now the nation’s chief advocate of … Read More ›

Siamese Standpipe - Number 41, September 1961 - Front Cover

Siamese Standpipe – Number 41, September 1961

Out of the Bathtubby Helen Vivarttas Wesson KLUNK, KLUNK! Gary Hantke’s tape started with the familiar sound of his press galloping away. If you think … Read More ›

Alf's Cat - Number 125, Christmas 1975 - Front Cover

Alf’s Cat – Number 125, Christmas 1975

Pastoralefrom The Unicorn 1, April 1958by Miriam Woodruff The March sun warmed the flagstones of the terrace and a light wayward breeze brought with it … Read More ›

Siamese Standpipe - Number 39, February 1958 - Page 1

Siamese Standpipe – Number 39, February 1958

On one desk we have a letter tray for Standpipe copy. Fragments of articles, cover layouts and miscellany are thrown into it for enlargement for … Read More ›

Siamese Standpipe - Number 37, July 1957 - Front Cover

Siamese Standpipe – Number 37, July 1957

How did you do it? we breathlessly wrote to Eric Webb in England, when the first of his Jewels and Quadrats came our way. Oh, … Read More ›

Siamese Standpipe - Number 24, Autumn 1953 - Page 1

Siamese Standpipe – Number 24, Autumn 1953

Helen claims we always overdo things… like those 109Moving Days LIKE NORMAL TOURISTS, we have decals from each place visited on two trans-USA trips, plastered … Read More ›

Siamese Standpipe - Number 23, April 1952 - Front Cover

Siamese Standpipe – Number 23, April 1952

Our Sanitation Engineer Discourses on Enforced Bathingby Sheldon C. Wesson IF I WANTED a Turkish Bath, I would not go to Cleveland or Philadelphia or … Read More ›

Siamese Standpipe - Number 19, July 1951 - Page 1

Siamese Standpipe – Number 19, July 1951

The Third Manby Helen Vivarttas Wesson Once again we have argued whether this paper should be circulated to both NAPA and AAPA. The pressman objects … Read More ›

Siamese Standpipe - Number 22, Winter 1951 - Page 1

Siamese Standpipe – Number 22, Winter 1951

When the tube of purple fallsOn the painted printshop walls,Then the wife begins to weep into her tea:“Now look what you’ve gone and done;You’re spoiling … Read More ›