Pan American Exposition 1901 Graphic Arts Workshop Photos

Graphics Worshop Building

Graphics Workshop as seen from the Midway

Edward Ermold Envelope exhibit

Dow Type Machine

The flat-bed Miehle steam press, better known as the Perfecting Press, printed both sides of the sheet in one
operation. The operator at the Exposition was George A. Vincent, a Buffalonian who learned his trade at Giese & Company.
The J. W. Clement Printing Company of Buffalo had supplied printing for the press while it was on display and bought
this first-of-its-kind press when the Exposition ended. And it hired George Vincent to operate it.

Free engraving given out by the Tympalyn Company of Boston, Massachusetts, printed in the Graphics Arts Workshop

Samples of the Daily Program printed at the Graphics Workshop

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