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Heyer Footnotes

 
  1. Loy, W.E. (1898–1900): Designers and Engravers of Type. In The Inland Printer 24:573, January 1900.
  2. Loy, ibid.
  3. Letters of William E. Loy, California Historical Society (San Francisco). Reproduced in Johnston, A.M.; Saxe, S.O. [Editors]: William E. Loy|Nineteenth-Century American Designers and Engravers of Type, pages 11-19. Oak Knoll Books, New Castle, DE (2009).
  4. Loy, W.E. (1900–1905): Typefounders and Typefounding In America. In The Inland Printer 29:613, July 1902  (J.K.) and 30:77, October 1902 (D.W.).
  5. Letters of William E. Loy, California Historical Society (San Francisco). Reproduced in Johnston, A.M.; Saxe, S.O. [Editors]: William E. Loy|Nineteenth-Century American Designers and Engravers of Type, page 18. Oak Knoll Books, New Castle, DE (2009).
  6. In 1870, Decker became the German national printing office and TF
  7. Loy, ibid.
  8. Vital Records 1841–1910, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
  9. Vital Records 1841–1910, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
  10. U.S. Naturalization Record Indexes, 1791-1992.
  11. USPTO D11044, Armenian Extended (application filed January 25).
  12. USPTO D11044, Armenian Extended.
  13. USPTO D11403, Armenian∗.
  14. Loy, ibid.
  15. Annenberg, M.; Saxe, S.O. [Editor]; Lieberman, E.K. [Index] (1994): Type Foundries of America and Their Catalogs, pages 73-74, 250. Oak Knoll Press, New Castle, DE.
  16. Annenberg ibid., page 197.
  17. Mullen, R.A. (2005): Recasting A Craft|St. Louis Typefounders Respond to Industrialization, page 136. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale.
  18. Annenberg, M.; Saxe, S.O. [Editor]; Lieberman, E.K. [Index] (1994): Type Foundries of America and Their Catalogs, pages 57-59, 250. Oak Knoll Press, New Castle, DE.
  19. Annenberg ibid., page 57.