Peale understood that the purpose of the mimeographed
newsletter and the purpose of Guidepost was to convey a message--not to showcase the artsy talents of the staff.
The one-inch square mimeographed
pages were stapled on the insides of matchbooks donated by local business.
1 on April 25, 1967, a four-page mimeographed
edition with hand-drawn headlines and crudely typewritten articles under the nameplate, "The Black Panther: Black Community News Service.
1943, he delivered a series of lectures, later mimeographed
Much of the work presented here is culled from long out-of-print journals, mimeographed
magazines, self-published pamphlets, and books with little circulation outside of a small circle of initiates.
The Red Book began as an 8-page mimeographed
report assembled in 1937 by the Committee on Immunization and Therapeutic Procedures for Acute Infectious Diseases (currently the Committee on Infectious Diseases) and titled "Immunization Procedures.
According to The Draft, the ship's mimeographed
newspaper, "Hardly had the ship's bow crossed the line when King Neptune flew the Jolly Roger and Davey Jones was sighted by the Watch.
Rainier National Park, which survived only in several mimeographed
typescripts until they were discovered in 1995 by anthropologists.
It's come a long way from a mimeographed
sheet of classified ads to one of the top titles in the firearms field.
His election was a grass-roots effort in the finest tradition, with volunteers creating handmade signs and mimeographed
The large diptych Our World, 1965, 2005, is a copy of a mimeographed
gay publication from the pre-Stonewall era, defiantly filled with all the biting ninnyisms of that day's gay patois.
Two and a half decades after he first assembled his black and white mimeographed
journal, the octogenarian is still a reader and friend.