As I see it, there are at least four ways to achieve this effect:
1. use a high-contrast film as John suggested, and print the normal way on hard grade.
2. doing it the digital way, using PS. Two clicks and that effect is yours. *shudder*
3. use any film you want, develop it the usual way and do a lith print, going for just the lithographic effect, which means that you leave the print in the developer for a longer while.
4. make an internegative from a normal negative on lithographic film and do a contact print.
Sorry, I just needed to write it down what I was thinking. My humble apologies!