Preserving letterpress printing history at the Lancaster Press Museum, 346 N Queen Street in Lancaster, PA
The purpose of the .918 Club is to:
Currently over 35 members strong, the .918 Club includes men and women with widely varying experience with letterpress printing. We demonstrate printing in America circa 1920 in the Heritage Press Museum in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Maintaining a vintage letterpress shop is a lot of work! We plan, design, and print jobs; collect discarded and donated equipment, then clean and repair it. When we have some free time, we like to visit other print shops and other sites of interest of the group.
Do you know something about letterpress? Printing history? Interested in the classic methods of printing? Why not join us at our next meeting. We meet at 7:00pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month in the Woolworth Building on the campus of Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.
You can also email us for more membership details
Visit the .918 Club Google Group to get started.