- n one who sets written material into type
- His companion turned out to be a typesetter on Pravda, who, after assuring himself that Stevens was not an MVD agent, whispered: "Don't worry about propaganda against your country.
- A crowd of 75,000 persons, ranked along Philadelphia streets, stood on tiptoes and strained eyes to catch a glimpse of a 38-year-old typesetter running along the pavement.
- Says Earl Shaw, a Berkeley typesetter: "Meany is so far removed from the workingman.
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- William (Bill) Sweeney
BRUNSWICK — Bill Sweeney died peacefully on Jan. 2, 2014, at HillHouse in Bath, Maine. He was born in Waltham, MA on Jan. 14, 1932, a son of Charlotte and Edward Sweeney. Bill was a typesetter for the Wellesley Press for 28 years and worked 20 years for The Times Record in the Circulation Department. He served in the United States Navy from 1955-1959. read more
Jan. 15, 2014 - The Times Record