In 1991, George Babbitt's widow Madeline donated the current Printing and Duplicating Services building to Northern Arizona University. A son of one of the Babbitt brothers who settled Flagstaff in the 1880s, Babbitt built the structure. Previously, the building housed a men's clothing store, Otto Schmeider & Sons Jewelers, the Lumberjack Barbershop, and a restaurant before its donation to NAU. Parking Services then occupied parts of the building before the building's designation as the new Printing and Duplication Services building in 1991. Today the building is the printing center for all of campus, housing state-of-the-art printing and bindery equipment to cater to the University's duplication needs. Printing Services is a leader in campus green initiatives and has adopted the use of soy-based inks, recycled paper, and other environmentally-friendly materials and practices.