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Jack Knarr

Jack was a long time friend and typewriter collector. His passing left a void in many of our lives and he will be missed.

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Home of Mr. Prior of Prior typewriter Co. of Trenton. With his S & G typewriter in Yardley, PA

Home of Mr. Prior of Prior typewriter Co. of Trenton.With his S & G typewriter in Yardley, PA

Above: l.. to r. Peter Weil Maddie Para, Jackson Allen, Rich Willinger, and Jack Knarr at
W.V. typewriter meeting.

Above: Gabe Burbano, Jack Knarr (notice his right hand holding a large standard
typewriter like it was just another bag of groceries.) and Jackson Allen, and Steve Lehman,
at West Virginia.

Above: my son Jason & Jack Knarr at Philadelphia Phillies game. Summer 2015

Above: Jack at International Typewriter Convention 20013, outside Milwaukee Public
Museum.

Jack Knarr at Christopher Lathem Sholes’ (Typewriter inventor) gravesite, with other
typewriter collectors from the 2013 convention. He wasn’t doing very good, at that time.

Jack Knarr typing on his Royal portable No.2
Above: photo by Carl “Ben” Strange

Jack at the Tampa Type-In at Seahorse

Above photo by Marty Rice at Cinncinatti, OH
Typewriter meeting at Richard Polt’s house.

Above photo R. Messenger

Above: J. Knarr holding up the broken Lucien Crandall tombstone in Cortland, NY.

Above:Jack Knarr w/new RemingtonNo.2 shirt

Above: Charleston, SC meeting
Above: Jack K. the full-time news reporter taking notes from Don Feldman.

Above: WV meeting
Above: Knarr in reporting mode.

Above: Knarr tired from the long drive to West Virginia, but taking notes anyway.
Above: WV meeting

Above: WV meeting. Jack joking and having fun.
L. to R. Don Feldman, Bruce Boyd, Mike Brown, Jack Knarr.

Above: WV meeting. With Jaden, Mike Brown & Herman Price (laughing)

Above: Richard Polt, left foreground, uses a Royal KMM to win the 2010 Midwest Typefest
typing contest at his home in Cincinnati. Beside him is Jack Knarr typing one-fingered on an
Underwood No 5. Jack achieved 308 words with almost no errors in 10 minutes. At the top of the table

is Marty Rice, and standing beside him Jett Morton.

Above: Our own Jack Knarr at the Tampa Type-In with his “Vogue” Royal. Photo credit: Batiaan Slabbers/ For
Newsworks

Home of Mr. Prior of Prior typewriter Co. of Trenton. With his S & G typewriter in Yardley, PA

Group meeting of typewriter collector’s at WV meeting.
Above: Knarr reading Mike Brown’s book at West Virginia typewriter collectors meeting.

WV meeting

WV meeting at Herman Price’s log cabin museum

WV meeting at Herman Price’s log cabin museum

Jack taking notes about 4 Molle typewriters with Herman Price in WV. Always REPORTING!!

Above: Meeting at Easton Maryland
Jack reading the ETCetra newsletter while sitting behind a wide-carriage Underwood typewriter. Typewriter gathering at Easton, MD

Meeting at Easton, Maryland. L. to R. Gabe Burbano w/son, Herman Price, Corny Weil, Jack Knarr, Peter Weil
Jack Knarr at Cincinnatti, OH typewriter meeting at Richard Polt’s house.

Wilmington, DE meeting

Above: Jack at meeting in Southbury, CT

Above: Jack at Wilmington, DE typewriter meeting
Meeting at Wilmington, DE

Jack at Peter Weil’s house in Newark Delaware.

Above: l. to r. Marty Rice, Jack Knarr, and Mike Brown, at Mike
Brown’s workshop in Bustleton. (Phila. PA)

Above: Jack Knarr “adjusting” Marty’s precious antique Oliver
typewriter.


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