The PLAIN TRUTH had humble beginnings. Envisioned by Herbert W. Armstrong in early 1927, The PLAIN TRUTH did not take final shape until February 1934 when about 175 copies were reproduced on an old-fashioned neostyle and mailed out to interested readers. The "press" began with one borrowed typewriter and a mimeograph in the office of the mimeograph sales representative . After a few months, press equipment included an antiquated second- hand neostyle, ancestor of the mimeograph, and a second-hand typewriter.
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