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Frank Romano at the Museum of Printing in Andover

Published on February 6, 2013

Frank Romano joins us from the Museum of Printing in Andover, Massachusetts where a letterpress workshop is happening and we get a front row seat to expanding interest in the craft.

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By Shoshana Burgett on Feb 07, 2013

Being a resident of North Andover I only wish it was open more. Its nice to see the kids doing projects and seeing what an art form it is, ......and doing it on a 200 year old press.

 

By Tony Ricketts on Feb 18, 2013

I'm so glad that people are learning the craft of letterpress printing. I was fortunate enough to learn this in vocational printing class at Woodrow Wilson Jr High School in Terre Haute, IN from 1974 to 1976 from Mr. Von Spreckleson. My first job out of college in 1981 was at a small printing company that used letterpress for a large part of their work. I would love to find someplace in Cincinnati, where we currently live, that has letterpress capabilities that the public can utilize.

 

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