- Title Pages
- Oral history interviews
- Author’s note
- Note on the text
1Introduction: labour, design and culture
2The visual at work: oral history and institutional photographs
3Spatial and architectural memory in oral histories of working life
4The continuity of craft masculinities: from letterpress to offset-lithography
5‘Going with the technology’: the final generation of hot-metal compositors
6(Re)making spaces and ‘working out ways’: women in the printing industry
7Making things on the side: creativity at a time of institutional decline
8Conclusion: factory closures, material culture and loss
- List of terms and abbreviations
- Select bibliography
- Hot Metal
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