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For the first four years the press operated in a washhouse at the rear of Cameron House in Leith Street. One witty exception to the usual imprint of ‘The Press Room’ was ‘The Backside Press’, suggested by Professor of English, Alan Horsman. This imprint appeared in Two-a-Penny Broadsheet, written and largely printed by the teenage son of Bob Robertson, also of the English Department.
Philip Robertson, Two-a-Penny Broadsheet. Dunedin: The Backside Press, 1963