I returned to Demian's apartment a week after meeting him, but I met there only his embittered landlord, who was refinishing the scarred floor where the mimeograph machine
Lee establishes Third World Press in his Southside Chicago basement apartment with $400, a used mimeograph machine
, and the help of poets Johari Amini and Carolyn Rodgers.
McCombs' dad, Philip, who owned and ran Allen's Press Clipping Bureau, donated a mimeograph machine
to the operation.
Eventually, though, the process led to the modern technique of photocopying, which has virtually eliminated the mimeograph machine
and greatly reduced the need for carbon paper.
Last season, Heubener, a play by Russian professor Tom Rogers, was restaged after a 15-year moratorium; initially banned from production at Ballif's Theatre 138 or elsewhere by church and/or university officials (Rogers will not say which), the play tells the true story of Heubener, a 17-year-old Mormon in Nazi Germany who distributed anti-Nazi leaflets copied on a church mimeograph machine
When Mike and I purchased Kamaji in 1980, the closest we came to technology was the vintage 1959 electric typewriter and a huge-barreled mimeograph machine
that was part of the "furniture" of Kamaji's office.
During a time when black and white activists rarely fraternized, Stamper reported that his apartment on the campus of Bowling Green University in Ohio was the only place where black activists and white activists came together to talk, strategize and crank out news releases on a mimeograph machine
Another excellent newspaper reporter told of working for underground newspapers and using her advanced pregnancy to distract secret police attention from the mimeograph machine
provided by a European labor union that she helped smuggle from Warsaw to Krakow.
Once inside the FSLN, they were not willing simply to serve coffee and male sexual appetites or to crank the mimeograph machine
In the first place, when certain literary works were distributed strictly among friends, the mimeograph machine
worked reasonably well for the task, but the thought that Latin American literature was not widely distributed until the advent of the copy machine is puzzling to say the least.
After humble beginnings with a mimeograph machine
, she later recited her spiritual visitors' messages (on both mundane and heavenly matters) straight into a tape recorder for distribution to followers nationwide.
He and some young comrades once printed a small propaganda sheet with a stolen mimeograph machine
, and Zhang pocketed the profit they made from selling the first batch.