Rules of Civility
by George Washington
14 year old George Washington copied a set of 110 statutes created decades before his time by Jesuits in the 17th Century. Though just an exercise in penmanship, these rules would stay with the future president in his day-to-day interactions with men of varying classes.

This book looks to bring these rules into a new centruy as a study in typographic craftsmanship.

© Jacob Colmenero 2017