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These are the stories behind the highlights — the side trails and fun facts that don’t make it into the primary historical narrative… The people, places, events, and times that made our forerunner, American Printing, what it was, and what make Perry Office Plus what it is today.
Kentucky Governor Edwin P. Morrow signs the bill ratifying the Nineteenth Amendment giving women the right to vote, surrounded by members of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association, on January 6, 1920. In Temple, Texas, on January 10, 1920, [...]
Three men formed the foundation of our predecessor, American Printing, in 1920 in Temple. Here is a little more about each of them. Alton Dallas Baggett In 1908, A.D. Baggett got his first job sweeping floors in a printing shop [...]