Hannibal Ingalls Kimball
|Died||October 16, 1933(aged 59)|
Ingalls Kimball (born Hannibal Ingalls Kimball; April 2, 1874 – October 16, 1933) was an American printer and entrepreneur.
In 1897, Kimball established the Cheltenham Press in New York City. A year later, Kimball commissioned American architect and type designer Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue to design the namesake Cheltenham typeface, considered at one point to be the most widely known typeface in the United States.
In 1916, Kimball established the “National Thrift Bond Corporation.”
- Harvard College Class of 1894, Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Report. Norwood, MA: Plimpton Press. 1919. pp. 259–60.
- Lawson, Alexander S. (1990). Anatomy of a Typeface. Jaffery, NH: David R. Godine, Publisher, Inc. p. 57. ISBN 978-0-87923-333-4.
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