"What I learned is that a collection, like any work of art, is alive, and grows and changes according to the attention you give it," he says. "If I had the time, I'd cull some sections of the collection, and build others up, especially the strong simple faces I like best--the antiques, the gothics, the early Page fonts, and especially those of Vanderburgh & Wells. I'd gradually move the collection toward the goal I once had in mind: a thousand fonts that represent the designs I most love." But he no longer has the time. Now, he'd like to find a good home for the collection with someone "who will appreciate it, and care for it, and carry it forward."
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