Opened in 1896, Closed in 1934, Worked from 1913-1934
H. C. Miner Litho Company was an American printer, located in New York. It was started in 1896 by H. C. Miner and his son H. C. Miner Jr. In 1908, they got a new president, Hugo Zigfield, continuing operation until 1934. They were mainly used by United Artists and Fox Film Corporation for their lithography work. Walter J. Moore, was president, director, and stockholder of the H. C. Miner Lithograph Company, when the company filed for Bankrupcy in early 1934. He went on to form the Tooker-Moore Lithographic Company in 1934, taking the primary accounts with him.