A collection of printing blocks used by the school letterpress. Letterpress was an older form of relief printing that would allow many copies to be made by having a roll of paper or sheets be stamped or rolled against inked printing blocks. This type of printing was primarily used from the 1750s to the 1970s. These blocks were used for SAC school papers, letters, or any other document that would require multiple copies to be printed.
History Of Use
Used for early SAC documents until the 1970s.
Artifacts from School days at St. Andrew's College