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Finding Aid for the Die-cut California advertising collection 2014.042.r
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A collection of specimens of California die-cut printing.
Die-cutting developed during the Industrial Revolution. In the mid-19th century, die-cutting machines were introduced for the mass production of materials, most notably the manufacturing of shoes, the technology eventually extended to printing.
0.25 Linear feet (2 boxes)
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