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Book/Printed Material How to make money in the printing business. A book for master printers who realize that there is a practical side to the art, and who desire to know the surest methods of making profits.

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Title

  • How to make money in the printing business. A book for master printers who realize that there is a practical side to the art, and who desire to know the surest methods of making profits.

Names

  • Nathan, Paul.

Created / Published

  • New York, The Lotus press, 1900.

Headings

  • -  Printing industry--United States

Notes

  • -  Also available in digital form.

Medium

  • 375 p. illus. 24 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • Z244.5 .N27

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 01029773

OCLC Number

  • 5363102

Online Format

  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Nathan, Paul. How to make money in the printing business. A book for master printers who realize that there is a practical side to the art, and who desire to know the surest methods of making profits. New York, The Lotus press, 1900. Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/01029773/.

APA citation style:

Nathan, P. (1900) How to make money in the printing business. A book for master printers who realize that there is a practical side to the art, and who desire to know the surest methods of making profits. New York, The Lotus press. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/01029773/.

MLA citation style:

Nathan, Paul. How to make money in the printing business. A book for master printers who realize that there is a practical side to the art, and who desire to know the surest methods of making profits. New York, The Lotus press, 1900. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/01029773/>.