THE LUDLOW SYSTEM OF SLUGLINE COMPOSITION.
McMurtrie, Douglas C.
An article on the Ludlow system of slugline composition is reprinted here in full as originally written. The advantages and disadvantages of the system are outlined and progress it is making in the printing industry.
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