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Uploaded on May 9, 2009
At the International Printing Museum at 315 Torrance Blvd in Carson, California it is a busy day. While in the back building a class on basic printing is being conducted and Luis Garcia is turning out type on the Linotype a troop of visiting cub and boyscouts has just departed. In the front portion that houses more equipment Dr Leland Whitson (with the beard) is working with master printer Gary Remson on the 1922 vintage Miehle V-36 printer to produce Dr Whitson's book "The Surgeon Factory" along with retired printshop owner Armond Veronico. Mean while just down from them Rich Tautenhahn is working with the origional Heidelberg printer that was used in the movie "Sen Pounds" to produce business cards featuring the museum's logo for the staff. Yes all in all the museum is a busy place to visit on a Saturday morning and afternoon. It's web site is www.printmuseum.org