Printing of the daily Hebrew newspaper, Haaretz, in Palestine
Palestine Date:1945, January Duration:3 min 35 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Typesetters at work in offices of the Hebrew newpaper, Haaretz, in Palestine. Supervisor checks their work. View over shoulder of a typesetter as he selects individual pieces of type from box and assembles a line of type. Printer assembling lines of type into a page. Supervisor reviewing the assembled page. Printer rolls light layer of ink on the type, covers it with a sheet of newspring, taps lightly with cloth and then removes the page proof, which is examined by the supervisor. View of newpaper being printed by presses. A military man in uniform talks with newspaper editors. The editors critique a proof of a paper and make corrections. Outside the newspaper office building, delivery men and boys receive their newspapers for delivery by bicycle and handcart.
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