AND RAUEN ADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO THE INLAND PRINTER COMPANY . value . THE own hand , and when at the court of France , as the representative of the United States , his happiest hours were spent in the private printing office ...
28 Another invaluable resource for printers of Earl's generation was the Inland Printer . Cliff Gallant , who was referred to as " a literary man ” by his fellow residents at the Union Printers Home , spoke highly of the Inland Printer ...
Author: Maggie Holtzberg-Call
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Category: Business & Economics
"She finds that a significant number of printers independently developed similar responses to the deskilling of their craft and the threat of unemployment. Demonstrating a widespread consistency in themes and expressive forms in the printers' occupational narratives, Holtzberg-Call shows that what once served as the printers' rhetoric of tradition is now their rhetoric of displacement. Initiation rites, long apprenticeships, a complex and peculiar jargon, and a gallery of legendary figures once bound hot-metal printers into a specialized, highly regarded occupational folk community. The hot-metal printers' lore has survived in an exemplary form that functions as a source of reconciliation with the demise of their craft." "Holtzberg-Call analyzes how and why the printers traditionalize and idealize their work experience, drawing parallels between the shift from mechanical to computer typesetting and an equally disconcerting transition in the nineteenth century, when Linotype deposed handset type. She also shares her knowledge of the many aspects of hot-metal printing culture, from the life of the tramp printer to the meanings of various printing terms to the operation of a Linotype machine. One gains a sense of the conditions in the old type shops, where long hours, excessive heat, and poorly ventilated fumes from solvent, ink, and molten lead were the crucible in which camaraderie, pride, and fulfillment were forged.".
Invention ” of the American Point System ' , The Inland Printer LXXXIII ( Aug. 1929 ) , 65-66 . 27. ' Standard Measurement , The Type - Founder Iv ( spring 1885 ) , 286 . 28. ' Important to Printers ' , The Type - Founder v ( spring ...
See Richard E. Huss, The Development of Printers'Mechanical Typesetting Methods, 1822–1925 (Charlottesville: ... The Inland Printer, for example, offered consoling words about these new machines as late as May 1892 and worried instead ...
Author: United States. Government Printing OfficePublish On: 1934
inventions , showing that persistent research is constantly improving each step in printing ; that it promises broad ... review of this article by D. M. MacMaster was also published in the December 1937 issue of the Inland Printer .
Author: United States. Government Printing OfficePublish On: 1927
Therefore , it is our earnest hope that in the years to come this spirit will find expression in the excellence of our respective contributions to the product of this greatest of all printing establishments . INLAND PRINTER COMMENDS THE ...
Author: United States. Government Printing OfficePublish On: 1924
THE INLAND PRINTER The Leading Business and Technical Journal of the World in the Printing and Allied Industries HARRY HILLMAN , EDITOR Volume 72 मु JANUARY , 1924 ♡♡♡ EDITORIAL × × × Number 4 and mana 购回 IT T WAS the editor's ...
They are much cheaper than metal types, though not as durable or satisfactory for printing. The wood commonly used is maple, ... Table of Contents The Invention of Printing. ... The Inland Printer Co., Chicago. Cloth, 557 pp. $2.
Author: A. A. Stewart
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