Note: This set of Notebooks contains literature which is either general across the Monotype company/companies or specific to the Composition Caster. For literature specific to the Type-&-Rule Caster, the Giant Caster, or the Supercaster, see the relevant set of Notebooks in ../../../ Noncomposing Typecasters.
Advertising and Promotion
1903 ads (shift to quality typography; introduction of sorts casting attachment).
[ The Monotype System.] [Plate Books.] [Adjustment Books.]
"Dickinson, Rogers. "A Machine That Thinks." The bibliography of this is unnecessarily obscure. It apperas on pp. 755-758 of the Google Books PDF of Volume IV (May-Oct, 1902) of The World's Work It is probably on unnumbered pages 53-56 of The World's Work Advertiser appended to No. 6 (October, 1902). A popular description of the Lanston Monotype machine, with illustrations.
Doubleday, Russell. [chapter] "A Machine that Thinks: A Typesetting Machine that Makes Mathematical Calculations." in Russell Doubleday. Stories of Inventors. (NY: Doubleday Page & Co., 1905): 201-207.
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