Address: 224 5th Ave. S. Nashville, TN 37201 Contact Email: hatchshowprint@aol.com Phone: (615) 256-2805
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Located in downtown Nashville, on Broadway between 3rd & 4th Ave., on the south side of the "Batman" building.


Hatch Show Print was founded as CR and HH Hatch by brothers Charles and Herbert Hatch in 1879--six years before Tom Ryman would attend a tent revival that would change his life. Their first print job was a handbill announcing the appearance of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, brother of famed abolitionist and “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” author, Harriet Beecher Stowe. The Hatch Show Print style is closely associated with the Ryman because our shared history runs deep. Hatch creates uniquely designed posters for nearly every event held on their historic stage. These limited edition Hatch prints sell out quickly and rarely are reproduced, making them instant collector’s items. Each print is a work of art created using the same letterpress technique today as the Hatch brothers used back in 1879. The hand-carved blocks that form Hatch posters are laid out in reverse on plates, inked and run through antique letterpress machines by hand. Fun Fact: If you are looking for a great, authentic Elvis poster, look no further than Hatch Show Print.

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City: Nashville, TN
Region: Middle Tennessee
Subregion: Nashville & Surrounding Areas

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