Collection contains materials from the Hatch Show Print shop in Nashville, Tennessee, including re-strikes of early to mid-twentieth century posters advertising Southern musicians, a Negro League baseball games, a dog warning, holiday greeting, shop brochure, business card, and exhibit postcard for "Moon-lightin.'"
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Hatch Show Print was established in 1879, and it is one of the oldest letterpress shops in America.
.01 Linear Feet
Gift of Jennie Davy, Class of 2008