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Morrison Perfection Wire Stitcher

2009.9.3

Demonstration

1901

New York

New York

United States

North America

Increased demand for the published word required a binding method that was quicker than case binding and could accommodate less paper. The Perfection No. 6, essentially a stapler, provided a solution to this demand and supported the speedy distribution of pamphlets, religious tracts, serials, and dime novels.

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