Man holding a picket sign on the sidewalk in front of the Courier-Journal Job Printing Company building. The sign reads "C-J- Job Printing Co. This firm unfair to allied printing trades unions. Does not pay local prevailing wage rate."...
This research will look at a printing operation that prints labels for paint cans. This particular printing operation is a multi-product, single-machine system with stochastic demands that uses a printing press to print the labels on large sheets...
American Printing House for the Blind (Louisville, Ky.); Buildings
Address: 1839 Frankfort Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky. In 1883, this building was constructed for the American Printing House for the Blind, the oldest publishing house for the visually impaired in the United States.
Abandoned buildings; Printing industry; Buildings; Brick wall signs; Electric signs
Address: 18th and Portland Ave., Louisville, Kentucky. Portland Printing advertises their Reduced & Enlarged Copies, as well as a Fax Service. A Neon "OPEN" sign appears in the window to the left of the ghost sign.
Jean Thomas, wearing a white smock with embroidered flowers, cinched by a cloth belt, and a tam on her head, paints a sign reading 'American Folk Song Festival' with an arrow on a large rock on the side of a mountain.