MUSEUM’S VALUE TO THE WORLD
Is this institution an indispensable asset to the community? What does the Crandall Historical Printing Museum uniquely provide for the world community? What would be lost if the museum was discontinued?
- World’s most advanced historical printing museum
- Valuable educational asset: Currently hosting over 100 university field classes per year in addition to other professional, conferencing, scouting, church and family groups (15-40 people per group/class.)
- Only printing museum of its kind in the United States with the next closest historical printing museums in Los Angeles, California; Houston, Texas; and Andover, Massachusetts, none of which have the full or complete presentations offered by the Crandall Historical Printing Museum although they have some unique offerings.
- Lectures and Community Outreach programs with rare and original documents, mobile exhibits, etc.
- Home of Utah Printers Hall of Fame
- Special Community Outreach programs, such as, Colonial Days, banquets, Utah golf marathon, Utah High School All-star Tournament, Utah Intermountain Book Festival, support of America’s Freedom Alliance events, and support for other public holidays and remembrances
- Program support to other educational, civic and non-profit groups (churches, symposiums, conferences and workshops)
- Preservation, research, and publishing of discoveries in writing and printing history and its techniques/processes.
- Unique reproductions and sale of historical documents, books, and other specialty items.