Of course, eventually I had to open every drawer in the printer's cabinet. We are checking out this piece of furniture stored in the Handy Township hall once used to store letters for setting up The Fowlerville Review.
Curiously, the slats in the draws were spaced about a quarter inch apart -- would that be shrinkage of the wood over the years or done on purpose to let dried ink fall through the cracks?
The second picture shows what letters would have been stored in one of the drawers. Pretty cool, huh?!