Along Boston’s Freedom Trail

Along Boston’s Freedom Trail

Opening its doors to the public on April 15, 2011, the Printing Office of Edes & Gill is Boston’s only colonial printing experience, located along the historic Freedom Trail in ...

Of Colonial Printing

Of Colonial Printing

With the opening of the colonial print shop on April 15, visitors will have the opportunity to engage living historians working their printers trade in pre-revolutionary Boston. These same printers ...

Newspaper of the Revolution!

Newspaper of the Revolution!

On April 7, 1755, Edes and Gill became the proprietors of The Boston Gazette and Country Journal. Edes was also a well known member of the Sons of Liberty. According ...

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Buy Rare Newspapers

Buy Rare Newspapers

Buying and selling newspapers for 35+ years, Timothy Hughes is the world’s ...
First Drafts of History

First Drafts of History

Rag Linen is an online museum and educational archive of rare and ...
Thank You Old North

Thank You Old North

A very special thank you to Old North Foundation and Christ Church ...

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Support Boston’s only colonial era printing experience. We ask a $1 admission donation to our visitors, but have substantial operating expenses to cover the costs of historic printing equipment maintenance, staffing, materials and supplies, etc. To support our print museum financially, please consider a donation. We are a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, so donations […]

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