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ries are to be found, all bearing the title, Standard Diary, and by their use, let us hope, encouraging methodical habits, thrift, and well-ordered lives.
In addition to these three large printing establishments just enumerated, there are several small job offices, where books and pamphlets are printed.
Among these may be mentioned the following:—
The College Press,
Cambridge Cooperative Society,
J. Frank Facey,
Graves & Henry,
Harvard Printing Company,
Lewis J. Hewitt,
Jennings & Welch,
F. L. Lamkin & Co.,
G. B. Lenfest,
Lombard & Caustic,
Powell & Co.,
C. H. Taylor & Co.,
Louis F. Weston,
Edward W. Wheeler.
Some of these houses print the various magazines issued by the students of Harvard University; and all send out very good and acceptable work.
J. H. H. McNamee.
J. H. H. McNamee, bookbinder, began business in 1880, in the third story of the building now occupied by Claflin's drug store.
His assistant at that time was one boy. In 1883 l