National Geographic : 1911 Jun
~ij/iliiil i Ili'lil~liil~ lii~ ii'i~i~ i 1!1: Ili!l~l ili! iii I iii il!llI I}1 iill iiiiiillliili ~ili'i iil!!ii ilil iiitli Doing Printing in a Big Way BC ACAST November, appeared 24 Spaces of color work in this magazine. Those pages were products of our art, engrav = 1 ing and printing departments and showed the fine quality of our work. The supplement entitled "The Hour of Prayer," in the April number, was also supplied by us. However, there are plays where mass, as well as quality, counts, and the Pano ramic View of Burgess Pass shown in this number is a product of our house, and should be convincing evidence of the resources of our printing plant. We engraved the plat2 and printed this magnificent view. A large part of our work is just such unusual and difficult things as this. We Write, design, engrave, print, and bind, and make the very highest grade of color work and maps. If you have a printing proposition that you do not know exactly how you want handled, whether it be a book, folder, hanger, or map, by all means call us in, and we will give you our best advice and experience in planning a work embodying _ all the features you wish incorporated. THE MATTHEWS-NORTHRUP WORKS BUFFALO BRANCH OFFICES SINGER TOWER, NEW YORK CITIZENS BUILDING, CLEVELAND "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers."