Newspaper & Printing Museum Palouse, WA

On a Saturday in the town of Palouse, Washington, after you've enjoyed a breakfast sandwich and espresso at the Green Frog Cafe, make a point of heading next door. The Roy M. Chatters Newspaper & Printing Museum houses several Linotype, Monotype, and other iron beasts that used to deliver the news.

A Linotype machine made in 1886
Trays and trays and trays of lead type in various families and sizes
Explaining how the Linotype machine works.
Tony Sittner, who has been setting type and publishing since 1967, volunteers at the museum. His career spans the enormous shift from setting lead type to today's digital publishing.
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