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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: TORONTO GLOBE AND MAIL - HISTORICAL - PRODUCTION [The Globe and Mail - History - Production -- William H. Wright Building - Composing Room?. Credit: The Globe and Mail. Historical note: Production process: Makeup men place the galleys of type into page forms. When zinc cuts from the engraving room have been added, the forms are locked and sent to the stereotyping department where paperboard mats or impressions of the pages are made in a machine that operates at a pressure of 15,000 pounds a square-inch. Molten lead is poured over the paperboard mats and in 15 seconds lead plates are ready to be trimmed and dispatched to the presses. Taken from Dec. 14, 1957 edition.] The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: TORONTO GLOBE AND MAIL - HISTORICAL - PRODUCTION [The Globe and Mail - History - Production -- William H. Wright Building - Composing Room?. Credit: The Globe and Mail. Historical note: Production process: Makeup men place the galleys of type into page forms. When zinc cuts from the engraving room have been added, the forms are locked and sent to the stereotyping department where paperboard mats or impressions of the pages are made in a machine that operates at a pressure of 15,000 pounds a square-inch. Molten lead is poured over the paperboard mats and in 15 seconds lead plates are ready to be trimmed and dispatched to the presses. Taken from Dec. 14, 1957 edition.]December 14, 1957, transparent
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December 14, 1957
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Scanned from a print, and later selected by the National Gallery for its Cutline exhibition
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TORONTO GLOBE AND MAIL - HISTORICAL - PRODUCTION [The Globe and Mail - History - Production -- William H. Wright Building - Composing Room?. Credit: The Globe and Mail. Historical note: Production process: Makeup men place the galleys of type into page forms. When zinc cuts from the engraving room have been added, the forms are locked and sent to the stereotyping department where paperboard mats or impressions of the pages are made in a machine that operates at a pressure of 15,000 pounds a square-inch. Molten lead is poured over the paperboard mats and in 15 seconds lead plates are ready to be trimmed and dispatched to the presses. Taken from Dec. 14, 1957 edition.]
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