William H. Page

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1. Overview

William H. Page.

"A remarkable individual, Page was capable, charming, and generous to a degree not always found in the commercial world of this period." ( {Kelly 1969}, 44)

A portrait of Page was reprinted in 1907 in:

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No. 13 (August, 1907)

Quadrat [Henry Lewis Bullen]. "Discursions of a retired Printer," No. 13. The Inland Printer, Vol. 39, No. 5 (August, 1907): 674 (frontis), 675-683. Subjects: "An Ideal American Citizen - The Inventor of Wood Types and the Routing Machine, and His Successors and Competitors."

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2. Notes and References

{Kelly 1969} Kelly, Rob Roy. American Wood Type: 1828-1900. NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1969.

Reissued in April 2010 by Liber Apertus Press, Saratoga, CA.

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