Correspondence between Muir Dawson, Harold Smith, and Roger Levenson, and other documents regarding the development, manufacture
and sale of the Har-ma printing press.
The Har-ma Press was invented in the late 1970s by Harold Smith, an engineer from Sacramento, California. The name of the
press is derived from the first three letters of Harold Smith's first name and the last two letters of his wife, Alma's first
name. Harold and Alma Smith worked closely as authors and printers.
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