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 the 30,000 sq. ft. plant
New Linotype arrangement eliminates extensive "operator travel"Go to Page 1, Page 2.