Springfield looking back: The massive machinery that printed and binded

In 1915, James P. Goodwin started the Springfield Printing and Binding Company, located at 123-129 W. Main Street. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE CLARK COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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In 1915, James P. Goodwin started the Springfield Printing and Binding Company, located at 123-129 W. Main Street. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE CLARK COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

In 1915, James P. Goodwin started the Springfield Printing and Binding Company, located at 123-129 W. Main Street.

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Employees are shown here around 1920 with the company’s massive printing and binding machine.

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Wilbur Faulkner took over the company in 1920, and in 1923 it was renamed Faulkner Printing and Binding, which operated through the 1930s with family members later working on the book bindery for Crowell-Collier.

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