A Letter From The Publisher, Jun. 26, 1950

After TIME'S presses begin to roll early Tuesday morning, it takes less than 24 hours to turn out the more than 1,500,000 copies of our U. S. edition. This is the fastest magazine printing operation extant. Although this space is inadequate for a thorough account of our printing operation, the pictures and the text below may serve to give you a glimpse of the inky realm of teletype, stereotype and logotype. These photographs were taken from a movie made by Bert Chapman, Manager of Production Operations for TIME, on a recent trip to one...

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