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Times wrong about its own museum, says columnist

LATlino 001.jpgDavid Allen, the columnist for the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, was at the Los Angeles Times building for a Facebook workshop so he checked out the paper's historic Globe Lobby. That's where the Hugo Ballin murals are and there's a display on Times history. Allen noticed, however, that the plaque identifying a Linotype machine (used to set type in the old days) and the plaque on the last "hot type" plate used on Times presses were switched. "Get me rewrite!," he quips.


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