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Printing war ration book 2. Ida Stuart quickly checks the assembled pages of ration books as they come from the cutter

Printing war ration book 2. Glued sheets containing four ration books pass through the cutting machine and come out into single ration books. Weelan Reilly feeds the cutter as Ida Stuart, left, and Isabel Small, check the books and pack them in cardboard containers

Printing war ration book 2. Covers for war ration book 2 roll from the press at a plant in Hoboken, New Jersey. The press is stopped as the ration book's serial number is checked

Printing war ration book 2. Jessie Calabase stacks the sheets containing four coupon books as they come from the collator ready to be transferred to the cutting department

Printing war ration book 2. The coupons and covers flow through the collator where the pages and covers are assembled and glued. The coupons and covers leave the collator assembled in glued sheets aggregating four war ration books. Otto Krants inspects a roll of coupons on collator

Printing war ration book 2. Otto Krantz replenishes the glue in the glass cylinders in the collator that supplies the glue for securing the coupon pages

Printing war ration book 2. Printing coupons for war ration book 2. Pressman Adolph Beyer watches as the coupons roll from the press in a steady stream at a printing establishment in Hoboken, New Jersey

Printing war ration book 2. Another view of the collator with Otto Krantz checking the operation of the collating machinery. Note the glue can at his feet

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