MOTAT printing oral history project interview with Bert Batley

Bert Batley, Interviewee;  Megan Hutching, Interviewer; 

20 Apr 2012
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Maker and Role
Bert Batley, Interviewee
Megan Hutching, Interviewer
Production Date
20 Apr 2012
27 Apr 2012
Oral history interview with Bert Batley covering his time as an apprentice compositor and printer for Dawson Print, Auckland (1930s-1950s) and as the owner of Batley Printing (1950s-1980s). Included is information on different types of printing presses – letterpress, linotype, offset and monotype – and printing processes – colour printing, credit cards, foil board. Also mentions Master Printers’ Association Apprenticeship Committee, Heidelberg printing press.
Physical Description
1 sound disc (ca. 231 minutes) : digital
Current Rights
All rights reserved
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Credit Line
Bert Batley et al. 20 Apr 2012
27 Apr 2012. MOTAT printing oral history project interview with Bert Batley, 12-2275. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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