Floyd D. P. Ƙydegaard 

Columbia Gazette

The Columbia Gazette has a living history program with demonstrations for the public and classroom tour groups on the process and conditions of the working printers during the mid 19th century. The print shop has a working letter press and is an example of a country style print shop in a 19th century town.
Working on an original c1881-92 Palmer & Rey “Washington” Press, the proprietor can show the complete process of creating a printed page. A bookstore in the museum is already devoted to a display of what an 1850’s workshop may have looked like.

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