Have you wondered how broadsheets were made back then? The New York Times, one of the leading dailies in the world, shares its history of production through the photography of Marjory Collins.
Collins was part of Roy Stryker's famous team of documentary photographers, as part of the U.S. Office of War Information's effort in recording activities during the conflict. Here, Collins spent an entire day documenting the making of the prestigious paper -- from the newsroom to the darkroom; from printing to bundling, then to distribution.
Here are some photographs available from the Library of Congress.
Images are from the public domain, retrieved at the Library of Congress.