THE MAKINGS OF A MODERN NEWSPAPER: THE PRODUCTION OF 'THE DAILY MAIL' IN WARTIME, LONDON, UK, 1944
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Once a story has been prepared by the sub-editors, it is blown through a tube to the copy desk in the composing room. Here we see a busy scene in the composing room of the Daily Mail, showing men at work on the linotype machines, setting the copy which has been passed to them by the copy desk.