1960S NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION - 2 A man using a 1960s era photoengraver for a major newspaper publisher. A photoengraver is a huge camera used to produce a glass negative, which is used to print a photo on to a newspaper.
STOCK EXCHANGE TRADING Two men in offices communicate by telephone, one makes a notation on a piece of paper, and gets up from his desk; men in shirtsleeves stand at a desk and place orders which they hand to men seated behind the desk; a hand operates a transmitting telegraph, a receiving telegraph is seen; men seated at a table with telephones and a conveyer belt in the center write on paper, then place papers on the conveyer belt. A man picks up the slips from the belt; Boards in the trading room are seen, a man changes information and numbers light up on the upper panel.
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