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Graham Type Foundry [John Graham]

John Graham (b. 1851) worked for MacKellar, Smiths&Jordan on specimen books. At night he studied drawing and letter design, bought engraving tools and taught himself type cutting. In 1882 he joined the Marder Luse Foundry in Chicago where he cut Spinner Script and Spinner Script No. 2, and some sizes of Inclined Program. He cut a minion size map font for the Illinois Type Foundry, and finally founded the Graham Type Foundry, primarily cutting borders and ornaments.

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