Give to the CT&PM
There are three different ways to support the museum:
- Monetary Gifts
The Cincinnati Type & Print Museum is blessed to be funded by individuals and companies that share our love for printing and our desise to serve the people of Price Hill. Please consider joining them in supporting the museum financially. You may also wish to look at our memberships.
Please make any checks payable to the Cincinnati Type & Print Museum, or contact us for other options.
Mail to: Cincinnati Type & Print Museum c/o Gary Walton 7151 Daleview Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45247
2. Adopt an Intern
Interns are an invaluable part of the museum, and we would love to be able to pay them for their work. Our past interns have worked to catalog our collections, conducted research on the history of printing in Cincinnati, and assisted with various projects around the museum.
Any gift to our "Adopt an Intern" program will help us provide a stipend for students to help support their education and career. Our goal is to raise $2,500 per semester for every intern.
To learn more, please contact our Assistant Director and Curator, Jacob Simpson, at:
Jacob.Simpson@CincinnatiTypePrintMuseum.org or call 513-914-5722
3. Give an Historical Item to the Museum Collection
We are constantly growing our collection and we are looking for items that help us tell the story of printing in the Greater Cincinnati Region. If you have an item, or items, you think we would be interested in, please contact us at (513) 914-5722 or info@CincinnatiTypePrintMuseum.org.
These are some of the particular items we are looking for:
A Vandercook Proofing Press
Small, table-top presses that can be used for classes and off-site demonstrations (e.g. Kelsey, Sigwalt, C&P Pilot, etc.)
Complete sets of Wood Type
Presses and other printing equipment manufactured in Cincinnati
Objects and records related to the Cincinnati Type Foundry and/or the Franklin Type Foundry
Historical documents and ephemera from printing companies that were/are located in the Greater Cincinnati Region