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Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum was flooded after Thursday’s rainy weather, according to its Facebook page.
Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum was flooded after Thursday’s rainy weather, according to its Facebook page. / Courtesy Hamilton Wood Type Museum

TWO RIVERS — Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum was flooded after Thursday’s rainy weather, according to its Facebook page.

“Wood type lovers, lend a hand!” a post stated. “Four inches of rain in northeastern Wisconsin last night has left us with an inch of standing water in the museum (it’s bad). The 800 gallons of water we've sucked off the floor looks like beer (we’re calling it Hamilton Stout).”

The museum is asking for help raising funds to “repair the roof, clean off type and buy more paper towels.” Donations can be made by going to woodtype.org/support.

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