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We remember Ray for his Linotype jokes and this surprise rendition of “Oh, Shenandoah” that he sang for us at the end of our interview in 2011. Government Printing Office historian and film participant George Barnum has written a great short story about GPO’s “General Pershing” Linotype which was installed in the back of a truck during Pershing’s American Expeditionary Force march through France in WWI. Thanks to George for sharing this and we are happy to learn about one Linotype from the GPO that did NOT end up in the scrap yard. It is with heavy hearts that we announce film participant and friend of the Linotype, Carl Schlesinger passed away on November 9, 2014 at the age of 88. Two obituaries have been published here and here. We spent two days interviewing Carl in his home in January of 2011. He and his wife could not have been more welcoming or excited that “some young boys” were interested in the Linotype.

Without Carl, there would be no account of the change from hot-metal to digital type composition at The New York Times in 1978 nor would there be his fantastic song, poem, or tap dancing sharing his love of the Linotype. Carl, you will be dearly missed. Linotype Crew: Where Are They Now? Have you wondered what the Linotype crew has been up to the last two years since the film release?

Then watch the short video above. Since the film released, film participant Frank Romano has published his definitive history of the Linotype Company. Thankfully, you can now purchase the book from our web shop at a discounted rate. We continue to have screenings around the world and we love that people are still getting excited by the Linotype. Check out our screenings page for both future and past screenings. We are sad to announce that Guy Trower passed away on November 3rd at the age of 89.