The Printing Trades (Google eBook)

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Survey Committee of the Cleveland Foundation, 1916 - Book industries and trade - 95 pages
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Page 7 - Trades" is one of the 25 sections of the report of the Education Survey of Cleveland conducted by the Survey Committee of the Cleveland Foundation in 1915. Twenty-three of these sections have been published as separate monographs. In addition there is a volume entitled "Wage Earning and Education, " which is a summary of the sections relating to industrial education. The final volume, which is entitled "The Cleveland School Survey...
Page 7 - Survey of Cleveland conducted by the Survey Committee of the Cleveland Foundation in 1915. Twenty-three of these sections will be published as separate monographs. In addition there will be a larger volume giving a summary of the findings and recommendations relating to the regular work of the public schools, and a second similar volume giving the summary of those sections relating to industrial education.
Page 98 - Measuring the Work of the Public Schools" by Judd, "The Cleveland School Survey " by Ayres, and " Wage Earning and Education" by Lutz. These three volumes will be sent for 50 cents each. All of these reports may be secured at the same rates from the Division of Education of the Russell Sage Foundation, New York City. Child Accounting in the Public Schools—Ayres. Educational Extension—Perry. Education through Recreation—Johnson. Financing the Public Schools—Clark. Health Work in the Public...
Page 98 - CLEVELAND EDUCATION SURVEY REPORTS These reports can be secured from the Survey Committee of the Cleveland Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio. They will be sent postpaid for 25 cents per volume with the exception of "Measuring the Work of the Public Schools" by Judd, "The Cleveland School Survey" by Ayres, and "Wage Earning and Education
Page 57 - ... when sufficient exposure has been made the plate is washed ; the parts which have been acted upon by light remaining hard whilst the parts not acted upon wash away. The parts which remain on the plate represent the design. This is then protected by an acid-resisting material and the plate placed in an acid bath which etches away the unprotected parts of the plate, leaving the lines and stipple as represented in the design standing in relief. Numerous operations take place before the plate is...
Page 29 - Monotype' was the first composing machine in the early days of this century to be in general use in this country and America, and indeed is still being used, in much improved form. Basically the 'Monotype' consists of two machines, the keyboard and the caster. The keyboard operator is seated before the keyboard, which is of typewriter layout but like a six-fold typewriter keyboard, consisting of roman upper and lower cases, italic upper and lower, small caps and bold, upper and lower. The operator...
Page 51 - ... certain amount of wastage, which, even though it is small in well operated messes, always occurs in some degree. Under practical conditions, troops must be provided with sufficient food to satisfy their hunger without reference to the caloric value. The caloric value of the garrison ration as served varies considerably from day to day according to the nature of the food articles that are substituted for the ration components. Usually, soldiers in training, in camps, or garrisoned in stations...

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