•Linotype Machine: A typesetting machine operated from a keyboard that casts an entire line as a single slug of metal
•Lithography: The art or process of producing a picture, writing, or the like, on a flat, specially prepared stone, with some greasy or oily substance, and of taking ink impressions from this as in ordinary printing.
•Magazine: A publication that is issued periodically, usually bound in a paper cover, and typically contains essays, stories, poems, etc., by many writers, and often photographs and drawings, frequently specializing in a particular subject or area, as hobbies, news, or sports.
•Publication: The act of publishing a book, periodical, map, piece of music, engraving, or the like
•Rotary Press: a printing press in which the type or plates to be printed are fastened upon a rotating cylinder and are impressed on a continuous roll of moving paper
•Town Criers: A town officer who makes proclamations to the people; the public crier of a town.
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