The Press: Offset in Hartford

Last week Hartford, Conn, had a new daily. It was not just another newspaper. It was the first newspaper in any sizable city to be printed in offset, a type of lithography hitherto tried only by daily newspapers in a couple of small towns in the South (TIME, Feb. 5).

Its founder was Thomas Bice Clemow, 29, onetime New York picture editor of the Associated Press News Photo Service, onetime news editor of Editor & Publisher. From American Type Founders (who are anxious to promote offset) he got a promise of easy terms on presses and equipment. With International Paper Co. he...

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