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San Francisco Type Foundry [Edward Dalton Pelouze]

Edward Dalton Pelouze was a typefounder, 1824-1864. Son of Edward Pelouze, Edward Dalton set up the San Francisco Type Foundry in 1853. His father had a few years before that moved type machinery to San Francisco fromn the East Coast. Edward Dalton returned to New York City in 1858 to work for James Conner. He was killed in a battle in the Civil war in 1864. The San Francisco Type Foundry was sold to Painter in 1866.

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