Printing history

43 listings  
Tribune Showprint is the Oldest Continuously Operated Letterpress shop in America. We opened in...
Frogmore Paper Mill is where mechanised paper making started with the first Fourdrinier machine...
The American Printing History Association (APHA) is a membership...
Letterpress printshop and working space for typography printing study and conservation based in...
The aim of Grafisch Werkcentrum Amsterdam is to take the Dutch Graphic Heritage forward by...
The .918 Club brings together the volunteers of the Heritage Press Museum to share ideas and...
The Rob Roy Kelly American Wood Type Collection is a comprehensive collection of wood type...
St Bride Foundation was opened in 1895 as a social, educational and cultural centre and housed both...
The Printing Works at Cobblestones Museum portrays a working ‘job printing’...
The Anchor Press Museum is one of Britain’s most exciting, appropriate and timely projects to...
On this website, one will find information on the history and techniques of Wood Engraving, some...
This website explores the lives and careers of letterpress printers in Lancaster County...
A Field Guide to North American Hand Presses and Their Manufacturers, published Spring 2007 by Ad...
A site dedicated to the UK hobby letterpress printer, with...
The Bedford Historical Society, in Bedford, Ohio, maintains four historical structures, including a...
San Francisco printer Robert Grabhorn built his printing collection in order to study the...
The Roy Chatters Newspaper and Printing Museum is a branch of the Whitman County Historical...
The John H. & Thomas W. Conner Museum of Antique Printing was designed and created by Don...