There is a Hickok paper-ruling machine at the Printers' Hall of the Midwest Old Threshers in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa: http://www.oldthreshers.org/. It is often in operation during the annual Midwest and Great Northern Printers' Fair in late September. There is another paper-ruling machine on static display at the Hamilton Wood Type Museum in Two Rivers, Wisconsin.
Catalog No. 89 (1933).
Spreckley, S. R. Practical Paper Ruling (Honley, Nr. Huddersfield, England: John Shaw & Sons, 1908). Digitized by Google from the University of Michigan copy and available via The Hathi Trust or Google Books (The Internet Archive also has a cached version of the Google Books PDF). The icon here links to a local copy of the Google Books presentation.
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