My gratitude is extended to the following people and institutions who have helped Mimeograph Revival:

  • Sam Keller, aficionado of mimeographs, hectographs, and spirit duplicators; inventor of the Kelsom stencil and tinkerer/creator of workarounds to many of the problems facing mimeograph in the 21st century.
  • Catie Huggins, Public Services Coordinator of the Charles Deering McCormick Special Collections and Archives at Northwestern University, for helping me access the Russel N. Cansler papers which held fine copies of Modern Mimeography Handbook for Stencil Typists, Stencil Artists, Mimeograph Operators and Fundamentals of Mimeography that are (or will be soon) available here at Mimeograph Revival.
  • McGraw-Hill’s permissions department for helping me determine the copyright status of Howard Hutchison’s Mimeograph: Operation, Maintenance, and Repair.

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