The Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum was founded in 2000 in Wisconsin and is dedicated to the preservation, study, production and printing of wood type used in letterpress printing. The museum has a collection of over 1.5 million pieces in more than 1,000 styles of wood type and is committed to the education of letterpress.

In the Fall of 2012 the museum was informed by the property owners that it would need to relocate. Lacking funds and manpower, immediately began a campaign for donations and volunteers to help move the museum and the museum’s collection. This series is a campaign for Hamilton to help raise money and awareness for ensuring a successful move and to keep their facility and wood type alive.