^Noll, John Francis. Father Smith Instructs Jackson: Centennial Edition. Our Sunday Visitor, 2009. ISBN 978-1-59276-445-7
As a note of historical coincidence - the Catholic publication "Our Sunday Visitor" was created in 1913 by Father John Francis Noll who did the writing and John Francis Wolter who did the printing. Fr. Noll later became the Bishop of the Ft. Wayne, Indiana Diocese, and for 50 years, John Wolter ran the printing operations of the Our Sunday Visitor press which eventually grew to publish and distributed 5-million copies of OSV each week. The printing operations grew to cover nearly a full city block of Huntington. At its peak, OSV employed 500 of Huntington's workforce. Bishop Noll died in the mid-1950s and John F. Wolter died in 1964, having printed the OSV for 50 years before retiring in 1963. (8/30/2014: James F. Wolter, grandson of John F. Wolter)
Stromberg, J. 2006. The Story of Archbishop John Noll, Founder of "Our Sunday Visitor". Catholic Parent, July/August 2006, pp. 18–22.