John Marder. The Chicago Type Foundry of Marder, Luse & Co.. One of the most prominent American typefounders of the late 19th century, and the foundry head perhaps most important in the adoption of the American Point System.
A portrait of Marder was reprinted in 1907 in "Quadrat" [Henry Lewis Bullen]. "Discursions of a Retired Printer, No. 7." The Inland Printer. Vol. 38, No. 4 (January, 1907): 513-521.
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