>A mimiograph (not sure how it's spelled) is an ancient device which =
teachers used to multiply papers for school kids when I was little. This = was before photocopiers were invented. Look at your WB&RM map board. It = was made by lining up the paper, by hand, and running it thru, probably = with a crank.
>It's is the product of a bygone era.
My mother used to use one of them at her office, I used to crank it when I was a lad. Presumably I am also the product of a bygone era...
The one in the print dept. is similar, but electrically operated.
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