Posts Tagged ‘Richard March Hoe’

June 7

Whenever contemporary pressmen discuss “wild” printing presses, the conversation invariably turns to the Hoe Patented Ten Cylinder Type-Revolving Press, illustrations of which appear in most histories of printing. The inventor of the machine, Richard March Hoe, died on this day in 1886 in Florence, Italy. He was the inventive genius of the Hoe family of [...]