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Though it may have looked like an unwieldy Rube Goldberg contraption, the Addressograph machine was a real turn-of-the-century godsend for America’s under-age office assistants, many of whom—judging by the excerpt above—were literally expected to work morning, noon and night if a company’s label-making needs required it.Where was the Addressograph Company in Chicago located?
Made by: The Addressograph Company, 915 W. Van Buren St., Chicago, IL [West Loop] “If tomorrow morning the Addressograph were set down in your office, any sixteen year-old boy or girl in your employ could readily operate it and by noon be addressing envelopes, cards, statements, payroll forms, anything, everything, at the rate of 1,000 an hour.Is the Addressograph the same as Xerox machine?
Many of the same principles were still in use well into the 1960s, and the Addressograph brand itself was popular and prominent for just as many years as the Xerox machines that ultimately took its place.When did the Addressograph go out of business?
In 1982, the firm filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11. An Addressograph system of the 1960s was essentially a Graphotype debossing machine for preparing address plates, a cassette-style plate feeder, a heavy-duty, rapidly moving inked ribbon, a platten for hand-feeding the mail piece, and a foot pedal for stamping the address.