He is listed as a pressman at Brown and Bigelow, a printing factory, with a wife named Evelyn.
‘He's like a shadow figure,’ said Omar Milosevich, a retired pressman from Hoboken.
Littmann's late father was a newspaper pressman who later became a mason and contractor.
A pressman from the paper noticed it and called the newsroom, but it was too late to pull the illustration.
In 1872, a pressman for The Providence Journal turned an old express wagon into an eatery, thus creating the first diner.
In the early 1920s, he settled on a career as a pressman for The Florida Times-Union for the princely salary of $15 a week.
His name in the Scotland 22 is enough to get the pressmen hovering.
Not pressmen , just ordinary fans astonished at the sights and sounds descending on their town.
After a little hide and seek with the waiting pressmen , the authorities quickly whisked him into the casualty ward no. 2 at the ground floor through gate 1.
Although neither of the pressmen has ever met Faldo previously, they are far from apprehensive at the prospect of doing so.