Most Ashendene editions used one of two fonts which were specially cast for the Press: Subiaco, which was based on a fifteenth-century Italian type cast by Sweynheim and Pannartz in Subiaco, Italy, and to a lesser extent Ptolemy. Some Ashendene books, such as that by St. Francis of Assisi shown here, were illustrated with wood-engravings, but the majority were printed solely using type.
- William S. Peterson, The Kelmscott Press (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991), 282.
- R. O. B., "The Ashendene Press 'Don Quixote,' 1927-28," Huntington Library Quarterly 3 (1945), 321-322.
- "Guide to the William Harcourt Hooper Papers". University of Iowa Libraries. Retrieved 4 October 2014.
- "Florence Kingsford". Bridwell Library, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University.
- Image of Ashendene's edition of The Faerie Queene, located at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.
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