Walden's Stationer and Printer Volume 19-20
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ...138 Congress street, states that business with them is very good and shows no signs of letting up. "While this is so in our case, I understand that rhcrc are printers who need new orders." C. D. Brown & Co.. 156 to 158 Congress street, find business moderately active. Certain lines caried by this house are not in as active call as they were owing to the quieter times among the printing trade, but other lines move as freely as ever. R. Ward Carroll, with the.Marcus Ward Company, New York, has been I showing the trade a full line of Irish linen and other writing papers. William Klein of S. S. Stafford, Baltimore, Md., called upon the stationers here this week. E. W. Pond, representing J. G. Shaw, manufacturer of blank books. New York, visited the trade here this week. Mr. Merchant of the Boston Printing Press Company, of this city, reports that the demand for his presses has been so heavy that he is away behind in deliveries. This proves without a doubt that these presses are just what the trade want. Your correspondent called recently at 157 Summer street, the new Boston office of the George C. Whitney Company of Worcester, and found them busily engaged in getting to rights. The newgoods for the coming valentine season will be on exhibition at their Boston office about August 1st. This firm are reported as already having booked a very large order from a western jobber. Each year finds an increase in the volume of business done by this house. The retail trade of Hooper, Lewis & Co. is holding out in good shape. A falling off is looked for about this time of the year, but as yet very few signs of the summer dullness have been found. The Samuel 'Ward Company find but little time to talk on trade topics as they are kept busy...
- 189 x 246 x 32mm | 1,102g
- 13 Sep 2013
- United States
- black & white illustrations