The "Experience Necessary" feature in today's New York Times profiles Robert Warner, master printer at Bowne and Company Stationers (an installation of the South Street Seaport Museum). Self-taught, Warner is the working curator of what is said to be New York City's oldest continuing business—a letterpress printing shop established by Robert Bowne in 1775. Under Warner's direction, it still operates much as it did in the late 19th century, with handset types and treadle-powered platen presses. When in New York, don't fail to visit Mr. Warner in this living shrine to printing's historic past.