Museum of Printing Plans Member Appreciation Day and Ludlow Typograph Lecture June 25

Frank J. Romano, Museum of Printing chairman and executive director, shows his book, “History of the Ludlow Typograph” in front of vintage equipment. (Courtesy photograph.)

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Haverhill’s Museum of Printing is having its Member Appreciation Day tomorrow along with a lecture on “The History of the Ludlow Typograph” open to the public.

Frank J. Romano, the museum’s chairman and executive director, discusses the Ludlow Typograph and how many of today’s computer fonts are based on this hot metal system. Romano is the author of “History of the Ludlow Typograph,” a book available both in hardcover and softcover editions.

The museum is open from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Lectures are scheduled Saturday, June 25, at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., at the Museum of Printing, 15 Thornton Ave., Haverhill.

During the museum’s Member Appreciation Day, there is a 20% discount on all Museum Store items.

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