Jaggers Chiles Stovall, 1970

The Jaggers Chiles Stovall photos are spread over two pages:
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Thanks to Dan Williams for sending in these scans of an article from the September 1970 edition of "Graphic Southwest" describing long-established trade-typesetter Jaggers Chiles Stovall's move to new premises.

According to Dan, John F Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, worked at the company for a while. They produced some typesetting work for the US Government, giving conspiracy theorists a little fuel.

Outside view of 30,000 sq ft plant

Outside view of the 30,000 sq. ft. plant

New Linotype arrangement eliminates extensive operator travel

New Linotype arrangement eliminates extensive "operator travel"

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