Dick Moore in Ad Operations

A color photograph of a fair-skinned middle-aged man, seated at a computer work station. In front of him is a box-style desktop computer screen. Around him are stacks of papers. Beside the computer is an old TTY device.

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Dick Moore in Ad Operations


Deaf printer, Dick Moore, sits at a desktop computer and follows paper instructions while he lays out a page of ads.


In the 1990s, employees of the Ad Department, like Dick Moore, used computer programs to edit and layout pages of Ads. This reflected the transition from hot metal and cold type to digital page layout.


James Buemi


Penny Herbold Collection


December 23, 1994


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James Buemi, “Dick Moore in Ad Operations,” DeafPrinters, accessed May 19, 2024, https://deafprinters.com/items/show/446.

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