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Frank's 15 minutes of fame

Published on April 27, 2011

This week Frank's hamming it up for another camera! Frank's back in the Museum of Printing working on a movie for PBS called 'Rebel' helping recreate authentic copies of a book from the Civil War Period

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By Patrick Whelan on Apr 27, 2011

This is great!!! Can't wait to get over to the Museum for their Type sale as well.

 

By Carl Gerhardt on Apr 27, 2011

Frank,
There is a shortage of good press operators. If you are looking for a part time job to phase into retirement I can find you one. But then, it would also require digital skills.

 

By Frank Romano on Apr 27, 2011

Thanks Carl

Digital letterpress -- what a concept!

Frank

 

By Diane Dragoff on May 02, 2011

Hey Hollywood!
Glad you had the suspenders so the pants didn't fall down. Perhaps you could sell PBS on a great moments in printing series with you playing all of the leads,Franlin, Gutenberg,etc. I hope stardom doesn't go to your head. Best wishes,as always,with the deepest respect,
Diane

 

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