The Wayzgoose Gazette

Columbian Press | International Printing MuseumIn this section we have preserved the newsletter of the International Printing Museum called the Wayzgoose Gazette.

Wayzgoose was the name for a celebration given by a master printer to his workmen each year on or about St Bartholomew’s Day (August 24). This marked the traditional end of summer and the point at which the season of working by candlelight began. Later, the word came to refer to the annual outing and dinner of the staff of a printing works or the printers on a newspaper.

June 2018

June 2013

Winter 2012

June 2012

Winter 2011

April 2009

October 2008

August 2008

May 2008

2007

December 1999

July 1999

December 1998

September 1998

July 1998

April 1998

Winter 1997

September 1997

Spring 1997

August 1996

April 1996

Winter 1995

Summer 1995

Spring 1995

Summer 1994

Spring 1994

Fall/Winter 1993

Summer 1993

Spring 1993

Winter 1991

Fall 1991

Spring 1991