With the aid of a knife and some hectograph ink this alteration was soon made.
hectograph, hek′to-graf, n. a gelatine pad for receiving a copy and therefrom multiplying a writing or drawing.
The original copy is written with hectograph ink on smooth paper by hand, or on a typewriter, and allowed to dry.
The transfers of childhood provide a further simple illustration, so also does the hectograph (jellygraph).
When you have as many as you need clean the surface of the hectograph for the next time you wish to use it.
Every library should have one, though it is only a home-made affair, manufactured on a typewriter or a hectograph.
The paper is then removed, leaving a reversed impression on the hectograph plate.
This was carefully printed by hand and then duplicated on the hectograph and issued in lots of twenty-five copies.
When sufficient copies have been made, wash the hectograph with a wet cloth before putting it away.
The hectograph is a device for making copies of written work.