Ken Kulakowsky, president 

The Heritage Press Museum

The .918 Club brings together the volunteers of the Heritage Press Museum to share ideas and suggestions concerning the educational demonstration. We meet monthly to provide a gathering place for people with an interest in letterpress printing, to schedule volunteers to operate the Print Shop, and to provide a place for anyone interested in learning about letterpress printing or developing the skills to become a volunteer in the Press Museum.

Through our regularly scheduled demonstrations we educate the public about the history of printing while providing a working letterpress job shop to fulfill the specialty printing needs for the community.

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FINAL HPM sign.jpg

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Dear Ken, been a printer specifically Monotype Caster operator mechanic since 1954 so together with 2 mates (who are both still in the trade on letterpress) and are now all three volunteers at Amberely Heritage Museum in Sussex U,K, have amassed hopefully lot of knowledge between us and with the museums archives (obviously with permission) would like to be considered as possibly good source of information, if you should need. Assuming and hoping that my crude efforts in this medium are O.K. feel free to try us out Regards Mick Hopper. [email protected]