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Hannibal Ingalls Kimball

American proprietor of private presses first in partnership with Herbert Stuart Stone, then on his own as the Cheltenham Press in New York. He wished to follow in William Morris’ footsteps. At his instigation, Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue drew the Cheltenham design. Both Bruce Rogers and Will Bradley designed book covers for the Stone and Kimball press.

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The design of Cheltenham, believed to be the first original type contracted to Linotype, began in Boston in 1900. Ingalls Kimball sketched the basic weight while architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue completed drawings in 1901.

Morris Fuller Benton finished the ATF version in 1902, beating Mergenthaler by two years.

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