1883 Gallery

History in the making: APH past to present. 

This exhibit explores the history of the American Printing House and how it grew from one press in a school basement to the world’s largest manufacturer of education products for people with vision loss. Like the Callahan Gallery, this exhibit is full of hands-on discovery. Museum visitors are encouraged to touch objects to increase their understanding of how people with visual impairments experience the world. But until you can visit, please enjoy the online experience below.

Closeup of a museum exhibit panel with photographs of APH workers, large type text, and a monitor showing a video about a dog guide