Panama City Publishing Company Museum
1134 Beck Ave, Panama City, FL 32401 - United States
The Publishing Company bldg was constructed by one of Panama City's Founding Fathers, George West, & his wife Lillian, in 1920. This first brick building in St. Andrews houses the furnishings, letter presses & type used from 1920 through today. Admission is free.
Our exhibit in September will be INK! We will be examining ink throughout history, especially the indigo ink produced in Northwest Florida. We will have demonstrations and hands on opportunities for our visitors to experience ink.
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