Other manufacturers that appeared in the October 1921 issue were the Monroe Calculating Machine Company, International Time Recording Company, Addressograph
Company, Stromberg Electric Company (clocks), and Underwood Typewriter Company.
At that time each member had a membership card and we had an addressograph
machine to print the address labels for mailings.
Figure 1--Time Line of Office Technology OFFICE TECHNOLOGY TIME LINE 1870s Telephone Typewriter Carbon Paper 1880s Comptometer calculating machine Mimeograph machine Cash register Adding machine Pneumatic tubes 1890s Dictating and stenographic machines 1900s Loose-leaf ledger sheets Multigraph Two colour typewriter ribbon Addressograph
1910s Power statistical accounting machines Bookkeeping and billing machines (Combinations of typewriter and computing machines).
Tenders are invited for procurement of Addressograph
(9) During a 10 1/2 period (October 1960 to August 1961) they fashioned the nearly 100,000 names of mainly unsolicited northern contributors into 12,000 coded addressograph
plates, "Dollars for Dignity" envelope campaigns, coordinated benefit concerts, and planned special events.
As early as 1927, Madress advertised that its 'speciality' was '32,000 vehicle owner addresses in Austria in our addressograph
card file, arranged alphabetically and according to location'.
Efficiency was improved by the use of the Addressograph
addressing machine, purchased in 1903.
New technologies such as the Charga-Plate and the Addressograph
increased the efficiency of managing and monitoring these accounts.
NewBold provides "blue card" solutions for patient registration to the healthcare market under the Addressograph
brand of products, as well as metal embossing and plastic card solutions for industrial, military, hospitality and security identification applications.
We also worked with an Addressograph
machine, which used playing-card size mimeograph stencils to address envelopes.
However, the addressograph
plates, which were used to stamp requisitions for laboratory work and blood requests, were switched in the emergency department.
ONE SUNDAY IN 1968, the Washington wing of the Liberation News Service stole a bunch of money, a $400,000 printing press and collator, an addressograph
, some office furniture, and every copy of the organization's mailing list from the New York wing of the Liberation News Service, hauling the loot out to a farm in Massachusetts.