John Clyde Oswald

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John Clyde Oswald (July 11, 1872 - June 22, 1938) was an author, president of the National Arts Club, and the editor of American Printer magazine.[1]



  1. ^ "John C. Oswald, 65, Head of Arts Club; Printer, Publisher and One of Leading Authorities on Franklin Dies. Had Edited Trade Papers. Wrote Several Books and Had Been President of Half a Dozen Societies". New York Times. June 23, 1938. Retrieved 2011-03-17. John Clyde Oswald, president of the National-Arts Club, printer, publisher and outstanding authority on Benjamin Franklin, died early yesterday morning after a lingering illness at his home in Pelham Manor. He was in his sixty-sixth year. ...