Much like Steve Jobs, who, in the late twentieth century, brought the desktop computer into the home of the average American family, The Kelsey Press Company popularized printing to the masses, eventually bringing the tabletop press into the home of the late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century American family. F.C. “Bud” Hadfield, founder of Kwik Kopy, in the latter half of the twentieth century, sought to preserve the legacy of The Kelsey Press Company. Through this exhibition of highlights from the F.C. “Bud” Hadfield Collection, one can see the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit of The Kelsey Press Company reflected in the life and career of their collector.
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