Palmyra Print Shop Museum

140 Market Street
Palmyra, NY 14522

This museum is the newest addition to the Historic Palmyra collection and features examples of some of the finest printing equipment ever made.

In 1856, John M. Jones arrived in Palmyra and changed the face of the printing industry. For 63 years, Jones' company produced printing presses and cutters for export around the world via the Erie Canal. Displays include Jones' equipment marketed under the names:

- Peerless

- Ben Franklin

- Global

- Star

- Jobber

- Lightning

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