Newspaper Press

A color photograph shows a large, red machine with clear glass through the center that reveals the mechanics of the machine as well as a stack of printed newspapers within the machine. On the left of this machine is a series of different-colored buttons. Both sides of the machine have yellow caution tape with the words “STAY CLEAR” printed in bold red lettering.

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Newspaper Press


A close shot of the large newspaper press. The clear panel at the center reveals stacks of printed and folded papers being processed by the machine.


After they were printed, folded and stacked in this large newspaper press, the completed papers would next go to the mail room where ads and inserts would be added.


James Buemi


James Buemi Collection


circa 1998


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James Buemi, “Newspaper Press,” DeafPrinters, accessed July 18, 2024,

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