Printing

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What is Printing?

Operators involved in Printing will have one or a combination of the following activities as the primary activity of their operations: digital printing; off-set lithographic printing; photocopying service; relief printing (including letterpress and flexographic printing); screen printing on made-up clothing; and/or seriography (screen printing).


History

The People

Innovations

Legacies

See Also

Bookbinders

Digital Printing

Off-set Lithographic Printing

Photocopying Service

Printers

Relief Printing (including Letterpress and Flexographic Printing)

Screen Printing on Made-up Clothing

Seriography (Screen Printing)


TO BE CHECKED AND SORTED

J. Anderson & Co.

Baxter and Stubbs

Berry, Anderson & Co.

T. and W. Brown

E.E. Campbell

Caxton Printing Works

W.M. Wilson

Thomas Comb

John Curtis

Charles Evans

Francis & Peck

James McHutchison

Mullens

Pinkerton and Chambers

Powell & Co.

Rider & Mercer

John Stott

Tulloch & King

L. Adamson

J. Armstrong & Co.

Bateman, Clark & Co.

Andrew Berry

Charles Boyd

James Curtis

Evans Bros.

Samuel Goode

A. A. Herberte

W. H. Hotchin

Robert Little

W. B. Macdonald

William Rowie MacDonald

Martin & Grose

Martin & Gross

Martin & Grove

William D. McKee

F. W. Niven & Co.

John Alfred Smith & Co.

Mrs Taylor

Notes


References


Further Reading

External Links


--Beth Kicinski 11:26, 30 August 2013 (EST)

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