In business since 1915, LB Printery offers full-service printing production services for businesses nationwide. We help you achieve all your marketing challenges, whether it is a direct mail piece, an annual report or a poster announcing your event. Instead of limiting ourselves to the tried and true traditional methods, we've incorporated solutions that expand our capabilities and will meet your demanding requirements. LB Printery takes pride in being a company that cares about its customers, is committed to quality and service, and provides excellent customer service. Built in the late 1700's, the building that houses LB Printery, a division of Legal Blank Printery, has quite a history. In 1915, William ( "Bill" ) Ingraham came to Laceyville from Scranton, Pennsylvania, and established a shop for the printing of legal forms and documents. He leased the building on the corner of South Church and Canal Streets owned at that time by John Donovan, the same building where the defunct weekly "Laceyville Messenger" was printed. Mr. Ingraham developed a thriving business, later employing Charles Craige as an assistant. At the owner's death in 1928, Mrs. Ingraham continued the business until 1944 when she sold it to Mr. Craige. The latter retired in January 1970, due to ill health and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jayne purchased the printery at that time. They ran the business successfully until they retired and sold the business to Ken Patton, current owner of Legal Blank Printery. The business continues to print legal forms and various commercial printing for small- to mid-sized businesses or individuals, printing multiple color ( one to multiple PMS colors ) and full-color solutions. Maintained solely by Ken Patton, Legal Blank Printery is located on the original premises utilizing both the first and second floors for the printing business. Legal Blank Printery continues to grow with its trademark found on legal forms in law offices and small- to mid-sized business invoices throughout the country.