Job Printer


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Job Printer

In publishing, a specialized printer for cards, circulars and similar items.
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The Journal circulates approximately 1,300 copies, according to Nathan Bartlett, the son of its publisher and job printer Dan Bartlett.
My recall comes from an association of more than 20 years, and turnovers that brought editorial help, business people, office personnel, advertising sales, circulation and maybe 40 skilled printers - linotype operators, compositors, engravers, job printers, pressmen, stereotypers and proofreaders - into frequent dialogue.
Hilton, his reputation tarnished, endured some lean years, but in 1901 became manager and editor of the Caxton Magazine, in which capacity he took to awarding a "Caxton Gold Medal (value 10 [pounds sterling]), a Silver Medal, and five Bronze Medals, Certificates and money prizes for competition among job printers.