Probably founded 1921. Baltimore. Some connection to the Carter Type Machine Company. They shared the same address, and in the October 1920 number of The Inland Printer where advertisements appear for both companies, only one index entry appears for both advertisements (they are indexed under the Carter Type Machine Company).
The shop superintendent of the Carter Type Machine Company was Charles B. Ketterer, "formerly superintendent of the display matrix department of the Lanston Monotype Machine Company."
Advertisement in The Inland Printer. Vol. 66, No. 1 (October 1920): 127. (Image from the Google Books scan of the University of Michigan copy of this journal, as presented via The Hathi Trust. Hathi ID: mdp.39015086783654 .)
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