Women Printers in the 19th Century

Part three in our series on Women in Printing History The Industrial Revolution New technologies had an enormously positive impact on the printing industry during the Industrial Revolution. This was the time of Lord Stanhope and his cast-iron press. In Europe, the flatbed printing press was replaced with the cylinder press thanks to Koenig and […]

Women Printers in the American Colonies

Part Two of our series on Women in Printing History The Great Puritan Migration In 1638, as Puritans continued to leave England for the new world, one particular immigrant had an idea different from all the rest. Reverend Jose Glover had a plan to bring a printing press to the Massachusetts Bay Colony. He secured passage […]

Female Incunabula Printers

  Part One of our series on Women in Printing History From the beginning of printing with movable type in Europe, women were employed in the industry. In fifteenth and sixteenth-century Italy, there were more than fifteen female religious houses that were sites of book production. Almost two-thirds of these were located in Florence. One such location […]

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Ben Franklin Birthday Tickets

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A Visit From Print Media Centr, Inc.

The International Printing Museum was honored to play host to Deborah Corn and Karis Copp of Print Media Centr, Inc. During their #ProjectPeacock Print Fair tour, the two stopped by the museum to experience a bit of printing history. During their visit, Deborah and Karis learned about Chinese woodblock printing and Gutenberg’s invention of the […]

Fair Photos

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Stater Bros Donation

  Stater Bros. Donate Paper to Schools & Printing Museum Southern California high school graphic arts programs and the International Printing Museum in Carson, California, will benefit from a unique donation from Stater Bros. Markets. This summer, 13 pallets of paper deemed “surplus” by the Stater Bros. in-plant print shop, were delivered to the museum. […]

What’s In a Name? That Which We Call a Plaque

  There’s so much beauty to be found at The International Printing Museum. This month we’d like to feature a selection of photographs taken of the plaques affixed to various machines and printing related equipment we have at the Museum. There’s history and stories in these metal signs. Every faded letter, scratch and ink stain […]

2017 Los Angeles Printers Fair Vendor Tool Kit

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