Print Shop

Print shop may refer to:

  • Printer (publisher), someone providing commercial printing services
  • The Print Shop, a desktop publishing software

Other articles related to "print shop, print":

House Of The First Print Shop In The Americas
... The House of the First Print Shop in the Americas (Spanish Casa de la Primera Imprenta de América) at the corner of Moneda and Licenciado Primo Verdad streets in Mexico City was the home ... After its stint as a print shop, the house changed hands numerous times and used for a number of purposes ...
Kenneth Kronberg - Print Shop's Financial Problems
... financial problems stemmed from the movement's failure to pay the print shop for its services, as a consequence of which the company was in arrears with its tax payments, including employee ... he was safe from LaRouche movement attacks on his family, because the print shop was so central to the movement's existence ...
Pioneer Village (Utah) - Print Shop
... The presses in the Pioneer Village Print shop are from Intermountain Stamp, Patterson’s Print, Ogden Standard Examiner, and the Salt Lake Stamp Company ...
Liberty's Kids - Fictional Characters
... An apprentice in Franklin's Print Shop, James believes firmly in the American cause and will do almost anything to ensure that the people receive an honest view of what is happening ... Franklin's Print Shop ... By working at the Print Shop, Moses hopes to educate children of all colors in the ideals of America so that everyone may one day be free ...

Famous quotes containing the words shop and/or print:

    Thank God we’re living in a country where the sky’s the limit, the stores are open late and you can shop in bed thanks to television.
    Joan Rivers (b. 1935)

    For a long time I was reporter to a journal, of no very wide circulation, whose editor has never yet seen fit to print the bulk of my contributions, and, as is too common with writers, I got only my labor for my pains. However, in this case my pains were their own reward.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)