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The rooms are filled with equipment that other printing companies might have scrapped years ago, with the metal more valuable these days than the machinery.

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And little more than a month ago, Town became the fourth owner in the century-old history of Bay View Printing.

With the change of ownership, she willingly became custodian of a trade that technological advances suggest should have gone extinct decades ago.

Letterpress plates exert pressure on the paper, actually punching a slight but discernible impression into the page along with the ink.

And that's what excites so many modern designers, artists, poets and typography enthusiasts.

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Plentyoffish is 100% Free, unlike paid dating sites.And that's what prompted Ashley Town, a 30-year-old Milwaukee art and design instructor, to leave her teaching job about a month ago and rescue a vintage printing company on the city's south side that was about to shut its doors."It's a love of ink and paper and typography," said Town, standing with ink-stained fingers in her workshop at Bay View Printing Co.Early in the last century, a man named Andy Campbell founded the shop in rented space in a savings and loan building a few blocks away. The next owner, Joe Tondryk, acquired the shop after World War II.He moved the equipment into the then-vacant and deconsecrated church in the 1950s, after the S&L needed the space back.The most ancient technology of the printing trade — raised metal or hardwood type that's often set by hand — is back in vogue.

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