This 1870s lithograph from an unidentified gazetteer for the state of Pennsylvania shows the interior of the printing office of "The Review and Examiner" newspaper, published in Washington, Pennsylvania, just south of Pittsburgh. The men in aprons and dapper hats run the presses, fold pages, and move trays of type in the tidy (and unbelievably clean) press room.
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Trade card, front and back.Eckerson Printing Press Company
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Title-page of 'Aetatum Mundi Septem ...', showing the interior of a workshop with a printing press operated by one man and two other men working, with five lines of letterpress, and the press described in type. 1520.
Illustration of a Printing Press and Printers' marks. Copperplate engraving from the First Edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, or Dictionary of the Arts and Sciences, founded in 1768 and printed in 1771. 3 Volumes, this is Volume 3. The largest So You Want To Be A Picker? Online Course -CLICK ON THE PICTURE ABOVE ^^^